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Additional Lessons 911 - 920 of 1000 for Grammar
  911.   Partner Book Reports
...ss and check for understanding. At the end of the fifth/sixth week, the novel partners present their end-of-unit project (see Project Possibilities handout for details). Evaluation Activity : Teachers can use the following point system to grade students: Reading Folders: Summary entry - 1 point for grammar; 2 points for detail of answer Reaction entry - 1 point for grammar; 2 points for detail of answer Vocabulary - 1 point for writing out complete sentence from book, identified with page number; 1 point for attempting a guess; 1 point for finding the dictionary definition (for a total of 3 points per word) E...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  912.   The Canadian Atlas
...conomy. Inquiry 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Answers demonstrate the process of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and explanation to interpret and connect geographic information from a variety of sources. Communication 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Study communicates clearly using complete sentences with attention to grammar and spelling.
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  913.   SweeneyUnit
...essing in more than one area this is not reflected the totals Author Brochure The student author brochure is composed of several parts, (see attached) all relating to the construction of a short biography of an author. As this is a language arts class I feel there is a need to focus on mechanics or grammar and writing conventions. The total points awarded for a perfect paper mechanically speaking is ten points, 1/3 of the available points. Since this unit actually focuses on content I have awarded more total points to reflect the importance of the content studied, twelve points. Since there is not a large bod...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  914.   Insect
...strations that coincide with their stories. The grades will then be entered into the grade book. The next lesson involves bees. The students will be entering numerous facts about bees in their science journals. The journals will be collected at the end of the lesson and graded on content as well as grammar. I feel it is important that students take time in their writing, whether it be a paper or a journal. The math worksheet will be graded and entered in the grade book. The next bee lesson involves the students participating in a class labeling of a bee. The students will raise their hands and then come up to...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  915.   Table of Contents
...y and stick to the style/tone of Poe, and use vocabulary words where and whenever possible. Evaluation: Should a mini-lesson have been incorporated on literary terms before simply distributing the handout? Or, should it be used as an activity to stimulate schema and used as a pre-test? Spelling and grammar will not be an issue for the rough draft; that will take place when the revisions occur. I. Day Eleven, Week Five Lesson: Creating a Mask NYS ELA Standards: 4 Goal: Students will be able to distinguish several examples of symbolism from Poe's work and relate this symbolism to real-life situations. Objective...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  916.   leeanneUnit
...be assigned a grade, per say. Learning logs were chosen to provide a place where all learning about Chinese New Year stays centralized and to show depth of learning. Pictures will be encouraged in the logs, as often students can express themselves better with illustrations than words. Spelling and grammar will not be corrected, as I am more interested in what they are learning and feeling than in the mechanics of writing. I will be reviewing the learning logs to check for accuracy of some content, inclusion of all activities that should be included, and to informally assess students' learning and affect. Aga...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  917.   Dia de los Muertos
...nce of students' internalizing and processing of information about the events and activities characteristic of a D?a de los Muertos celebration. The journals provide a safe venue for student expression of thoughts and feelings, both in written and picture form, where the focus is not on spelling or grammar, but on the thought process and depth of learning going on throughout the unit. These journals will also serve as a point of reference for the teacher to assess performance skills, mastery of understanding of the concepts related to the celebration, in addition to checking if the unit goals are being met (S...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  918.   Bailey2
...cribes the function of each part of a flower f.) Contains four other concepts or ideas that you want to include. Possibilities include time of year to plant, planting guidelines and procedures and relocation directions. g.) Overall appearance is neat, organized and readable with proper spelling and grammar To begin this unit, I would bring to the classroom a variety of flowers from different seed catalogs or possibly even live ones. In groups, the students could examine them and determine the different characteristics present in each. This would lead into a discussion on the proper vocabulary terms to describ...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  919.   Fifth Grade Lesson
...dents' ability to convey both figurative and literal meanings of their proverb and the quality of the posters and presentation. Part of the assessment rubric should address the students' use of correct vocabulary and their ability to orally present information that they have gathered (using correct grammar, appropriate speech style, etc.). Extension For homework, students compare a list of Spanish proverbs discussed during Spanish language arts and English proverbs discussed during English language arts. They determine which have direct translations, which have similar equivalents in meaning but are stated di...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  920.   Mary Adams Maverick: A Texas Pioneer - Flight
...s on the diary pages that begin on Tuesday evening, March 1, 1842. Synonyms for words that may be unfamiliar to the students are included in [brackets]. These are not part of the original diary or memoir. When you see . . . portions of the memoir have been left out. As much as possible spelling and grammar are exactly as they appear in the memoir. Section 1 During the fall of 1841 and the following winter, many rumors came to the effect that the Mexicans were about to invade Texas in force. Sometimes friendly-minded Mexicans dropped in to warn us and even to entreat us not to remain and be butchered, for they...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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