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Additional Lessons 911 - 920 of 1000 for Grammar
  911.   Jazz-Age Intrigue
...ile). 2. Supply students with Jazz-Age Evaluation Sheet (See Assessments). 3. Review The Great Gatsby highlights. Procedures BACKGROUND: Prior to writing the jazz-age composition, students should be familiar with The Great Gatsby and jazz-age terminology (See Attached File). Students have practiced grammar and punctuation in past lessons. This lesson is devised for block-scheduling - 85-minute time period. Preview and discussion: - 10 minutes Brainstorming 10 minutes Drafting: - 20 minutes Peer Editing/Feedback: 10 minutes Final draft-30 minutes (I allow homework time to complete, but do not let the students...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  912.   December Holidays Brochure
...gnment. Scoring rubric for the Brochure: A)Heading/Title of Brochure(5 points) B)Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Las Posadas, Ramandan, and Christmas pages, Detailed pictures, symbols, at least one paragraph detailing the history of the holiday, and website addresses. (14 points per holiday-Maximum Points 70) C)Grammar, spelling, and punctuation(15 points) D) Neatness of writing, organization of brochure(10 points) E)Extra Detail, design, decoration (Bonus up to 10 points) Total points earned ___ EXTENSIONS Students can use Netscape Composer to post brochure on the web for others to view. Students can also create the broc...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  913.   World War II/Holocaust
...udent may have a time extension to assist in creating the poster. ASSESSMENT The students will be scored individually on a rubric. The categories are Extraordinary-3, Admirable-2, Acceptable-1 Not Acceptable-0. The students will be scored on three criteria- 1) Research 2) Poster Design and Craft 3) Grammar/Spelling (ESOL students may have modifications or may write poster in native language) (Extraordinary-3) Research - The student used a variety of sources from the Internet to create a detailed and historical poster relative to content. Poster Design and Craft- The poster was thought provoking and sends a st...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  914.   Asia For Kids By Kids
...elpful when working toward your final draft. ASSESSMENT Text incorporating required elements: location, capital, government, language, religion, food, current event-50%. Map, pictures of countries landmarks and people with captions-20%. Text wrap appropriately executed-10%. Proofreading - spelling, grammar, mechanics-20%. EXTENSIONS LESSON PLAN SOURCES KEY WORDS Asia, Asian culture, word processing, importing pictures, text wrapping Click here to return to Lesson Plan Search
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  915.   Animals in Danger: Time to Take a Stand
...have difficulty with fine motor skills. ASSESSMENT A rubric can be used to assess student learning outcomes. Selection of one endangered animal, Use of at least three resources from the internet for project research, Completion of storyboard information in all five boxes, Proofreading for spelling/grammar errors on the storyboard, Multimedia HyperStudio Stack, Contains five cards, Has titles on all cards, Has buttons for each card, Contains a scrolling text box on at least three cards, Has relevant illustrations, Has sound and scanned pictures(optional). EXTENSIONS As a culminating activity, a special day in...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  916.   Song Interpretation
...NT Students: 1. Pick an appropriate song that meets the SBBC Code of Conduct. 2. Type the lyrics to the song-double spacing between lines and make sure to have a copy of the music tape/cd. 3. Bring the lyrics and music to class. 4. Get into groups and start to interpret the song from English to ASL grammar (FLD112 & FLD111). a. Students who do not know how to sign a word go to the computer and go on-line to the ASL Dictionary websites and find out how to sign the word. b. Work on signing the song to the music. 5. Students need to master the following: a. Show the emotion and feeling being expressed in the son...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  917.   Measuring Carbon Dioxide Production
...riod, and graphic name Logically sequenced - Sections not More than one question, hypothesis, Sections labeled labeled, no section design, data, and but not clearly separation in missing, no Clarity conclusions; separated, some sections, labels or grammatically correct, grammatical errors, frequent grammar separation of all figures tables some missing labels errors, section sections, grammar and graphs labeled, missing, not poor typed typed Reproducability Clear explanation of Purpose of purpose, testable, Purpose of experiment not Hypothesis is not Hypothesis hypothesis clearly experiment not clear, hypothes...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  918.   Native Plant Research Project
...plant? What is your favourite thing about this plant? Is there an animal or insect that is connected to it in some special way? Is your plant in trouble? If yes, how? o Give students a day or two to compile the information, then collect the first drafts in their booklets to be checked for spelling, grammar and punctuation. Have them make a final draft with the corrections. o During the same time period, take an art class to have the students draw or paint a picture of their plant. Ensure the picture is only the plant (no surrounding landscapes where possible), and is at least as tall as an 11" piece of paper-...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  919.   Dream Job Wanted
...yment process, reframe the activity: "Although many jobs in the community may not require you to write a cover letter, cover letters are a useful way to practise describing your skills, abilities and experience effectively." 2.3 Remind students they will be evaluated on their writing, spelling, and grammar skills. Evaluation Considerations Provide a peer evaluation rubric* appropriate for your grade covering * letter format; * required information; * writing style, i.e. positive and persuasive; * grammar, spelling, and punctuation. *You can view a sample cover letter rubric by searching the Internet using the...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  920.   That Was Alpha Smart of You
...Materials - Writing materials - One Alpha Smart unit for each student - One set of written step-by-step directions for each student - Printer with Alpha Smart adapter cable - Print materials - paper and ink cartridge - Extra AA batteries for Alpha Smart units that run out - Dictionaries, thesaurus, grammar books, and other resources to assist students with editing their first drafts Preparations 1. If Alpha Smarts are not available at the teacher's school, the teacher will need to coordinate training and checkout from the Beacon Learning Center (Bay District School staff only). The units are packaged in lots...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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