This activity helps kids make their own personal connections to what they are learning.
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Writing skills lesson plans Author: Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: Teaching notes To raise awareness of the type of language used in advertising. Teaching notes To help students produce writing with a higher occurrence of lexical variation, complex sentences and appropriate use of passive structures.
Teaching notes To encourage the use of phrases which express attitude and emotion in a factual letter.
Cause and effect Author: Teaching notes To bring attention to the need for lexical variation in a good essay and to increase range of cause and effect phrases and topic related vocabulary. Students produce an original fable, using narrative target language. Pre-intermediate, Intermediate, Upper intermediate Type: Teaching notes Students learn about mini sagas and try to write one themselves.
Intermediate, Upper intermediate, Advanced Type: Teaching notes To teach and practise language relevant to writing a statistical report Writing skills: Teaching notes To enable students to break down the different features of formal and informal English by working through a step-by-step text transformation at their own pace.
Thinking about writing Author: There are 3 tasks: General lesson plan In this lesson by Karen Richardson, students work collaboratively to produce a class newsletter.Many Activities Using the Guinness World Records Teacher Guide Go to our Lesson Plans index We have lesson plans for art, health, math, reading, social studies, technology, writing and more.
Writing about Reading (optional assessment) Was not included in the assessment. Added to the assessment. to provide next-year teachers with information about the status of each of their incoming students, (3) to inform North Carolina K-2 Literacy Assessment ().
Keeping the flow of activities in the classroom moving smoothly?
Novice (1) Developing (2) Proficient (3) Expert (4) NA Establishing a manageable set of classroom rules and procedures and communicating with students. Welcome.
to my collection of ideas and materials for creative English teachers. The purpose of this site is to share some of my work and materials with other creative English teachers in . Teaching reading and viewing.
Comprehension strategies and activities for Years 1–9. Queensland Curriculum & Assessment Authority. September This Bright Ideas article recommends five specific and measurable actions teachers can implement to assist ELL learning in the upcoming year.
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