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  911.   Discovering the Middle East (Past and Present)
...oject: Total Points: /30 /50 July 2005 Presentation /10 /10 /10 Creativity: colourful, pictures, drawings, other... Neatness (handwriting, presentation of project, ...) Originality: information, lay-out, visual, ..... /20 Content: /5 /2 /5 /8 Spelling Sentences (capitalization, punctuation, ...) Grammar Sentence Structure, uniqueness of ideas expressed clearly in sentence form,... ? Follow-up Activities: For a follow-up activity, we will plan a special Middle Eastern afternoon. We would try to dress in the cultural clothing , enjoy Middle Eastern music and feast on the delicious authentic Middle Easter...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  912.   BBC - Words and Pictures - Lesson Plane: long vowel phoneme -a1- 1
...iend! Teachers and Parents resources Long vowel phoneme: -ai- 1. Page 1 of 4 Objectives 2. Lesson plan: long vowel phoneme -ai- Whole class work Objectives 3. NLS Ref: Year 1 Term 3 Activities 4. Text level: reading comprehension Plenary 22. to write own questions and record answers Sentence level: grammar and punctuation 7. to add question marks to questions Word level work: phonics, spelling and vocabulary 1. to identify the long vowel sound -ai- in speech and writing to read on sight the question words who, what, when, where Shared text Daisy the snail by Sue Palmer and Michaela Morgan Preparation Print an...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  913.   BBC - Words and Pictures - Lesson Plan: Final Phoneme ll, ff and ss - Preperation
...son plan: 1. Preparation 2. Whole class work 3. Independent Page 1 of 3 work Lesson plan: Final phonemes ll, ff and ss by Sarah Ratcliffe Objectives NLS Ref: Year 1 Term Text level: reading comprehension 1. To reinforce and apply word level skills through shared and guided reading Sentence level: : grammar and punctuation 3 . To read texts aloud with pace and expression - pausing at full stops Word level work: 1. Recognising the final phonemes ll,ss,ff 2. To read on sight high frequency words Shared text 'Jeff and the small fish' - an Aesop fable retold by Sarah Ratcliffe, illustrated by Christopher Gunson. P...
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  914.   BBC - The Magic Key - Teachers Notes - Dragon Land
...he children to read all the sentences, not just the one with the question mark. Praise children for reading questions with the appropriate expression. There are twelve screens in all. Work through as many as you feel is appropriate. Use any unfamiliar words as an opportunity to use the context, the grammar of the sentence and phonic knowledge to work them out. Group work using a computer for each child or each pair of children. Work through the first screen together. Ask different children to read a sentence each. Praise them for reading with appropriate expression. Select the question and go to the next scre...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  915.   BBC - The Magic Key - Teachers Notes - The Cream Cake Mystery
...iety of sheets for individual use. Ask the children to write the correct word in the gap in the rhyme. Go to online activity Top Online lesson plan Objectives NLS Year 1 Term S1 to expect reading to make sense and check for sense if it does not, and to read aloud using expression appropriate to the grammar of the text. T13 to substitute and extend patterns from reading through language play, e.g. by using same lines and introducing new words, extending rhyming or alliterative patterns, adding further rhyming words, lines. Resources required Online activity for The Cream Cake Mystery. Paper and pencils for ext...
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  916.   BBC - The Magic Key - Teachers Notes - Code Calling
...n and enlarge each one to A3 to work with a group. Instead of rewriting each sentence you could ask children to copy the right word onto a post-it note and cover the highlighted word in each sentence. Go to online activity Top Online lesson plan Objectives NLS Year 1 Term S2 to use awareness of the grammar of a sentence to decipher new and unfamiliar words, e.g. predict text from grammar, read on, leave a gap and reread. T2 to use phonological, contextual, grammatical and graphic knowledge to work out, predict and check the meanings of unfamiliar words and to make sense of what they read. Resources required O...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  917.   Punning Vocabulary
...ase get the money out of disperse. (Read: Please get the money out of this purse.) dissertation Definition: manuscript 7 Punner Fun Vocabulary/Baggetta Punner The train will leave dissertation at five o'clock. (Read: The train will leave this here station at five o'clock. Okay, so we let the grammar go to satisfy the gag.) E Words endorse Definition: Punner lend your name to The little boy likes to play endorse. euphonious (Read: The little boy likes to play in doors.) Definition: pleasant sounding Punner Euphonious as soon as you get there. (Read: You phone us as soon as you get there. This was pr...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  918.   Celebrity Letter Writing Assignment
...l wording, courteousness and discretion. Learn proper organization and protocol for a business letter of request. Study sample letters for correct form and possible ideas for inclusion in your own letters. Pay attention to detail, in writing a business letter of request -- spelling, punctuation and grammar. -- -- -- -- Use the information obtained through letter writing and research to create a portfolio which will include a brief biographical sketch, photograph, and autographed material obtained for each celebrity chosen. -Discover resources available for locating people of importance in different fie...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  919.   State Symbols of Michigan
...originality and inventiveness. The content and ideas are presented in an interesting way. Presentation shows an attempt at originality and inventiveness on 12 cards. Presentation is a rehash of other people's ideas and/or graphics and shows very little attempt at original thought. Spelling and Grammar Presentation has no misspellings or grammatical errors. Font formats (e.g., color, bold, italic) have been carefully planned to enhance readability and content. Background does not detract from text or other graphics. Choice of background is consistent from card to card and is appropriate for the topic. Al...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  920.   Management Schedule
...r Software Available (Materials) Computer 1 Counting and Sorting Multiply and Divide Disney Phonics Quest I Want to Read Reader Rabbit 1 Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing Story Book Weaver KidPix Deluxe 3 Computer 2 Peter Rabbit's Math Garden Mighty Math Number Heroes Disney Kindergarten Now I'm Reading Grammar Games Lost on the Farm Jump Start Grade 2 KidPix Deluxe 3 Computer 3 Reader Rabbit's Math 1 Adding and Subtracting Reading Blaster Curious George Reads, writes Endangered Species Typing Tutor 6 Computer 4 Addition and Subtraction I Love Math Interactive Reading Journey The Adventures of Peter Rabbit Mavis...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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