Bibliomania - Bibliomania has more than free texts, study guides and reference resources Catalogue of Electronic textsa collection of digital documents collected in the subject areas of English literature, American literature, and Western philosophy.
Definition Expedition Students in grades learn three ways to define a term in technical writing, search the Web for scientific text, then copy and paste sections into a Word document. Finally, they use the highlighter feature of Word to highlight examples of definitions within the text.
Write a Number Story Make writing across content areas fun with this K-3 computer activity. Students use AppleWorks or Office to write and illustrate number stories.
The stories then are used to create a Keynote or PowerPoint show and displayed for the class or parents! A Lesson on the Great Depression. Getting information from the Internet often is just a copy and paste operation. The challenge for teachers is to teach students to apply and extend what they learn online.
In this lesson, students view photographs of migrant families during the Great Depression, try to interpret the photos to answer questions about the subject's life, and then write a cinquain poem based on their interpretations. In a unique twist to a standard poetry reading, students select poems, create PowerPoint presentations that use graphics and text to enhance their poems, and then display those presentations as they read their poems aloud.
Prehistoric Pen Pals Students research dinosaurs, then assume the personality of a specific dinosaur species in this lesson for grades Students swap letters and reply to each other's questions, improving research and letter writing skills while learning fun dinosaur facts.
In this lesson, students read a short story, then create a one-page newspaper depicting the facts of the fictional story as real-life events. Links to an online newspaper template as well as to a classic short story site are included.New Year Worksheets and Printables.
New Year's Eve is an exciting time of year for students to look back at what they've learned.
While your kids wait for the clock to strike midnight, keep them learning with these New Year's Eve worksheets. Middle School Bibliographic Blunders (6 - 8) Students use notecards to collect information.
Information Elimination (6 - 8) Students model, instruct, and practice narrowing a topic for expository writing. As the school year continued, I would increase the speaking time. Students enjoy creating their own topics and learn to speak on the spot in a mature, organized manner.
I hope these public speaking activities help as you prepare speech lesson plans. Nonfiction reading (part 1) Sue Harmon from AF Amistad Academy Middle School. Location: 6th grade reading Description: This is the third unit of the school year. I've found that most of my readers don't know how to tackle reading a nonfiction text.
In these 51 new writing prompts, students will reflect on the upcoming school year and what it means to go back to school.
They’ll have the chance to think about their upcoming goals and plans in addition to some of their greatest successes from the last year. Writing Activities: These lessons focus on the writing process. Lesson Collections: Though listed normally on other lists, these are actually collections of related lessons, rather than individual lessons.