Awesome Alliterations Authored by Regina Letizia. Students list words in alphabetical order according to initial and second letter. Authored by Thomas Martin.
Students learn how to categorize information about themselves and relate to categorizing information on sea animals for a future research project. Students read a poem full of Southern dialect. The purpose is to help students understand that we live in a global world.
This lesson can be used to introduce students to one another at the beginning of the school year, or during the school year when studying famous Americans.
This activity allows students to design their own letter graph, and then produce the resulting graphs after a translation, reflection, and rotation.
This lesson is for Days 4 and 5 of the unit Bedlam in Bedrock. Artfully Speaking Authored by Laurie Ayers. Students study poems to see how punctuation, line length, rhythm and word choice can be used to create a memorable moment.
Analogies Authored by Amanda Yates. Authored by Eric Miles. Authored by Diane Goodson. Authored by Dawn Capes. Mathematics Grade 6 - Grade 8 Description: Students learn addition and subtraction of common fractions by incorporating the use of hands-on manipulatives and diagrams.
Students will select an animal and write a narrative story about the animal. Mathematics Kindergarten - Grade 2 Description: This lesson introduces students to hymn singing and allows them to participate as singers in the choir and as accompanists in the bell choir. This activity introduces the concept of ABAB patterns in a variety of fun ways.
Do students understand the meaning and history of our national holidays? Your students will also be working on their social skills and character development when working with their teams and partners.
Attractive Adjectives Authored by Amanda Yates. Algebra Wizards Authored by Jesica Goodman. Part II See Weblinks extends understanding through student engagement in a variety of debate activities. What does look like? Students create an encyclopedia of unusual animals, using a variety of resources to collect their information.
Authored by Jacqueline Roberts. This lesson is introducing students to equivalent fractions using concrete materials. Arithmetic Artistry Authored by Stacy Durham. After hearing the story they will make a new list of descriptions, personality traits, etc.
Are you an Algebra wizard? Various lists of words may be used for practice; however, initiate using proper nouns for assessment in capitalization.
Students emulate modeled note taking, use a T-chart for organizing the information, and make additions to timelines.
This lesson is for Day 10 of the unit [Inventions and Inventors]. Students identify and make symmetrical figures.
What do you know about Abraham Lincoln? Students improvise missing harmony accompaniment for a soloist performing -The Star Spangled Banner. Students practice their speaking skills by explaining the results of the group graph.
Almond Magi Authored by Christy Clanton. The global location of Alaska is established when the shape of a map of Alaska is identified as a silhouette of an elephant that moves to reach for contiguous or nearby geographic neighbors--and, indeed, to overlay a part of Canada.Lesson Plans - All Lessons ¿Que'Ttiempo Hace Allí?
(Authored by Rosalind Mathews.) Subject(s): Foreign Language (Grade 3 - Grade 5) Description: Students complete a chart by using Spanish to obtain weather information on cities around the world and report their findings to the class using Spanish phrases.
Useful links for teachers and learners of English as a foreign language. McDermott, Gerald Robert: Civil Religion in the American Revolutionary Period: An Historiographic Analysis: XVIII: 4: McDonald, H. Dermot: Hope: Human and Christian.Download