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Additional Lessons 911 - 920 of 1000 for Grammar
  911.   Using Prominent Personalities With Identifiable Social Causes to Stimulate Writing
...multi-media approach such as stories, plays, computers, videos and cameras prior to asking for written feedback. PURPOSE: The purpose of this lesson is to teach the students to write a friendly letter. It is important that students be given background information meaningful or of interest to them. Grammar skills including sentence and paragraph structure are addressed when their writing assignments are given. OBJECTIVE(s): The students will be able to (l) Recall previously learned material (2) Practice writing complete sentences (3) Demonstrate the ability to write five sentence paragraphs (4) Demonstrate us...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  912.   Indirect Object Pronouns
...this lesson. Student Activity/Tasks Students can participate in the same activity that they did in the direct object pronoun section. There is a worksheet provided for students to practice with as well. Enrichment/Alternate Activity: Cross-Curricular: Technology Requirements/Tools/Materials Spanish Grammar Exercises Indirect Object Pronouns A computer that has Power Point installed is necessary as well as an LCD panel or other projection device so that the students can see the notes. Acknowledgements: Additional Resources Main URL: Related Lessons Related Resources Copyright © 1997-2002 Career Connection to T...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  913.   Direct Object Pronouns
...he end of the present participle (d)attached to the end of a positive command (e)before a positive command and after the no. The students will have a power point presentation as a reference tool for the explanation of the material. There will then be a cooperative learning activity using all of the grammar points covered. Worksheets will also be provided as practice for labeling and rewriting sentences with direct objects. Lesson fundamental understandings: Essential Questions: Standards National Standards Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign language. Studen...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  914.   Science Careers
...s need improvement - Bibliography is partly correct - Speech may not be written in the first person POINTS --> 100% - 90% PROJECT PART 89% - 80% 79% - 70% Final Speech - Speech flows (24 points) very smoothly - Paragraphs are very well written - Sources from the bibliography are well explained - Grammar is all correct according to the scientist - Speech flows smoothly - Paragraphs are well written - Sources from the bibliography are explained - Grammar is mostly correct Presentation - Appropriate (10 points) costumes are worn or speech, gestures, and props of the scientist are used - Student looks audien...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  915.   Bringing Materials Science Research into the Middle School Classroom
..., and the ability to apply learned knowledge to a flexible problem-solving situation. Often our students can learn "the basics" without being able to apply them meaningfully. In many ways, learning mathematics is analogous to learning a foreign language. There is new vocabulary to master, rules of "grammar," and the construction of meaning as we apply all these elements to real situations. Students must have the depth and flexibility to do application. Our work on gap analysis seems to suggest that our students have a sufficient grasp on background mathematical knowledge (including the ability to do computati...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  916.   Ice Alloys
...eted a grade of 7 will be awarded. Deductions 1 point will be deducted for each basic lab requirement that is not correctly completed. Examples: Missing Conclusion -1 Missing Graph -1 Diagram has no labels -1 Additional points will be deducted for Poor Spelling (more than 3 incorrect words) -1 Poor Grammar (more than 3 errors) -1 Disorganized or Messy lab -1 Extra Points 1 point will be added each time a basic lab requirement is exceeded. Examples: Lab is typed +1 Exceptionally well written conclusion +1 Lab is turned in on the next school day +1 A "Spiffy" computer diagram +1 Resources Schulson Erland M, Th...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  917.   Multi-sensory Writing
...s essays, and filling out a peer review worksheet for each essay. Clarify that you will be checking for two specific things. First, you will be monitoring to see if they can identify the sensory-image writing in their classmate s essays. Second, you will be looking to see if they can edit spelling, grammar, punctuation and other errors in their classmate s essays. (This second assessment, which can be done when they hand-in their peer-review worksheets, checks for the ELD standard, editing writing for grammatical, structures and conventions of writing ). Give the class the appropriate time needed to conduct t...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  918.   First Semester Goals Essay
...l goal Personal Paragraph 4 Repeat directions for Paragraph 2 for your personal goal INTO The purpose of this lesson is to compose a simple 4 paragraph essay which will demonstrate student s ability to create simple sentences, use descriptive words, spell accurately, organize thoughts and use basic grammar skills. Another important purpose/intent of this lesson is to create a contract which states in writing what the student would like to accomplish during the academic year. THROUGH See above instructions. I would hand out sample paragraphs as well as instructions. Sample paragraphs for academic goals would b...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  919.   Hidalgo's Fight for the Independence of Mexico
...and what he did. Each group will have one map. The map is passed in a circle from group member to group member forcing everyone to contribute to map. While one member is drawing on map, the other are thinking of their next contribution to map and are helping the person who has the map with ideas or grammar. (45min) DAY THREE 90 minute class BEYOND 1. Teacher and students go outside to the asphalt. Teacher shows photos to students of what last year s groups drew on the asphalt. Students are given chalk and each group draws a big map of Mexico, a replica of the smaller map they have already made. Again, student...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  920.   There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly
...ge Arts: Reading 3.2: Identify the main ideas of the plot, their causes, and the influence of each event on future actions. ELD Standard: Writing Strategies and Applications: Writes a multi-paragraph composition using details and examples appropriate to content areas with consistent use of standard grammar The learner will (TLW) be able to listen and participate in the reading of the story There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. TLW recognize vocabulary words and associate the words with pictures. Key Concepts TLW identify the sequence of events in the narrative. TLW retell the story of the Old Lady in the...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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