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  41.   Russian poisoning
...ir attention to a particular paragraph if an answer is wrong, to try to elicit the correct answer (see Worksheet 1 and Answer Key). H Vocabulary consolidation/building Students do the vocabulary matching exercise (Worksheet 2 can be cut up before the lesson): in small groups they match each word or expression with the correct definition. Words in the News Lesson Plan: Teacher's notes bbclearningenglish.com © BBC Learning English Page 5 of 12 BBC Learning English - Words in the News Greenhouse gasses - 6 December 2006 I Check answers Elicit answers. If an answer is wrong, ask other students to try to elicit the correct answer....
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  42.   FCAT Writes! Frenzy
...T Writes! places on our students, time constraints and the unknown prompt, students experience a dress rehearsal of timed demand writing. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.4.3 The student refines vocabulary for interpersonal, academic, and workplace situations, including figurative, idiomatic, and technical meanings. LA.B.1.4.1 The student selects and uses appropriate pre-writing strategies, such as brainstorming, graphic organizers, and outlines. LA.B.1.4.2 The student drafts and revises writing that: is focused, purposeful, and reflects insight into the writing situation; has an organizational pattern that provid...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  43.   Undercover Vocabulary
...review into a cooperative learning activity. Students create a skit using identified vocabulary words and perform the skit for the class. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.4.3 The student refines vocabulary for interpersonal, academic, and workplace situations, including figurative, idiomatic, and technical meanings. LA.B.1.4.2 The student drafts and revises writing that: is focused, purposeful, and reflects insight into the writing situation; has an organizational pattern that provides for a logical progression of ideas; has effective use of transitional devices that contribute to a sense of completeness; has supp...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  44.   Where's the Math?
...nfolds! Students develop an original math problem with detailed solution key relative to the chosen career fields. Watch creativity soar! Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.4.3 The student refines vocabulary for interpersonal, academic, and workplace situations, including figurative, idiomatic, and technical meanings. LA.A.2.4.4 The student locates, gathers, analyzes, and evaluates written information for a variety of purposes, including research projects, real-world tasks, and self-improvement. LA.B.1.4.2 The student drafts and revises writing that: is focused, purposeful, and reflects insight into the writing situ...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  45.   The Large and Small of It
...cle is so small, several fit on the tip of a pinhead! Students explore the extreme solving problems related to the Apollo space missions. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.4.3 The student refines vocabulary for interpersonal, academic, and workplace situations, including figurative, idiomatic, and technical meanings. LA.A.2.4.4 The student locates, gathers, analyzes, and evaluates written information for a variety of purposes, including research projects, real-world tasks, and self-improvement. MA.A.1.4.2 Understands the relative size of integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, real numbers and complex numbe...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  46.   Rising and Falling Fractions
...m the conversion of fractions to decimals in stock market quotes and explore fluctuating interest rates using an amortization calculator. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.4.3 The student refines vocabulary for interpersonal, academic, and workplace situations, including figurative, idiomatic, and technical meanings. LA.A.2.4.4 The student locates, gathers, analyzes, and evaluates written information for a variety of purposes, including research projects, real-world tasks, and self-improvement. MA.A.1.4.2 Understands the relative size of integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, real numbers and complex numbe...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  47.   To Whom It May Concern
...d in the Eight Essential Parts of a Business Letter and save to disks. Students complete the Where's the Math? Scavenger Hunt on the Web. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.4.3 The student refines vocabulary for interpersonal, academic, and workplace situations, including figurative, idiomatic, and technical meanings. LA.B.1.4.2 The student drafts and revises writing that: is focused, purposeful, and reflects insight into the writing situation; has an organizational pattern that provides for a logical progression of ideas; has effective use of transitional devices that contribute to a sense of completeness; has supp...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  48.   Putting It On Paper
...es of two different business letter formats. Students write rough drafts of business letters inquiring when, where, and how math is used. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.4.3 The student refines vocabulary for interpersonal, academic, and workplace situations, including figurative, idiomatic, and technical meanings. LA.B.1.4.2 The student drafts and revises writing that: is focused, purposeful, and reflects insight into the writing situation; has an organizational pattern that provides for a logical progression of ideas; has effective use of transitional devices that contribute to a sense of completeness; has supp...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  49.   What Interests You?
...r selecting an occupation, students draft brief paragraphs that reflect insight as to why the occupation they have chosen interests them. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.1.4.3 The student refines vocabulary for interpersonal, academic, and workplace situations, including figurative, idiomatic, and technical meanings. LA.A.2.4.4 The student locates, gathers, analyzes, and evaluates written information for a variety of purposes, including research projects, real-world tasks, and self-improvement. LA.B.1.4.2 The student drafts and revises writing that: is focused, purposeful, and reflects insight into the writing situ...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  50.   Writing an Informal Letter
...questions that may occur. Ask the students to do the second exercise which focuses on appropriate formulas for writing informal letters. Discuss the differences in layout and language between informal and informal letters. (indentation, the use of contracted verb forms, the use of phrasal verbs and idiomatic language, etc.) Have students write an informal letter choosing one of the suggested topics. Informal Letters Which phrase or type of language would you find in a formal letter? Which phrase or type of language would you find in an informal letter? Put the letter 'F' next to those phrases or language types that are used in for...
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    Grade Level: 3-8


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