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  31.   Canadian Marathon Swimmer Marilyn Bell
9-10 Canadian Marathon Swimmer Marilyn Bell Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects History English Language Arts Summary Students will write a journal entry in role as swimmer Marilyn Bell. Duration 2 lessons Purpose To examine how one person can overcome obstacles and succeed PDF Before Exploring Discuss with students their...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  32.   Teaching Grammar in Context: Using sentence combining to teach subordination
...calls for both action verbs and nouns at a minimum, but may include descriptive parts of speech as well. Brainstorm as a group, taking notes on the board. This specific example uses "Battle Scene" by Paul Klee, attached. Example: There is a man fishing. A man in a boat stabs the fish. The fish are swimming near the boat. 2 - Ask students to freewrite several sentences about the action. Example: It's dark, and the man stands in a small boat, fishing. The fish swim near. Using a spear, the man pierces a fish. It twists in confusion and pain...etc. 3- Introduce students to a list of subordinators. Refresh the...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  33.   Here a Lee, There a Lee
...ner. Think about wearing all those clothes in the middle of the summer with no air conditioning! Boys were allowed to play outside. Many of them were also taught to hunt animals and ride horses when they were very young. They would also play many of the games you do today, like baseball. What about swimming? Girls could go swimming, but they had to put on even more clothes to do it. Can you imagine swimming in black stockings and long skirts? It would not be very much fun. Also, girls were not supposed to go out into the sun. Being tan or having freckles was thought to be ugly. Robert E. Lee was always worr...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  34.   GroWing Up
...pretty boring. But there were plenty of fun things to do on Ferry Farm. Even the chores were fun! George had to help take care of the animals: horses, cows, pigs, and chickens, to name a few. When he wasn't doing chores, he loved horseback riding and was very good at it. He also enjoyed fishing and swimming. When George was nineteen, some girls stole his clothes while he was swimming- how embarrassing! And whenever George was bored, he could play games with his brothers and sisters. George also had to go to school just like you do. When George was very young, he had a tutor at home. Later, he went to school...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  35.   Monitoring a Habitat
...ize be an advantage? a disadvantage? Suggest reasons to explain the differences. Conducting a Band Transect During a band transect, a larger rectangular area is sampled. In the Channel Islands kelp forests, divers conducting a band transect connect a transect tape to the 100 meter transect line and swim the tape out perpendicular to the transect line for 10 meters on both sides. All of the organisms found within a specified distance (1.5 meters) on either side of the second, shorter transect tape are counted and identified. Band transects are done at random intervals along the 100 meter transect line. Band...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  36.   CGEE: Frog Learning Activites: A Long Winter's Nap
...a state of mental and motor inactivity with partial or total insensibility. It is characterized by extreme sluggishness but is not a total slow down of body functions like that which occurs during hibernation. The underwater frogs lay on top of the mud in oxygen-rich water and may even occasionally swim around slowly. Sometimes torpor is a short-term solution for an intermittent period of cold weather. Diurnation occurs when a frog goes into a state of torpor at night when it is cooler but is more active during the day. Estivation is a reaction to diverse environmental conditions such as drought. Frogs like...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  37.   When Push Comes to Shove
...using the forces of push and pull (wagons, scooters, big wheels, ramps, etc.) Discuss how the forces work, and also how gravity affects the movement of each of the machines. 2. Have students compare the different sports activities in which they participate. (basketball, baseball, football, soccer, swimming, etc.) Have them demonstrate the different forces used in their favorite sports. For example, if a student chooses basketball, have him or her describe how the sport illustrates Newton's First Law of Motion. Technology: 1. Have students plan and create a PowerPoint presentation showing what they have l...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  38.   Jack Prelutsky and Teaching ESL
...e writing project as a homework assignment. This has also worked well. This Lesson Plan was prepared by Chris Gunn who teaches English at Inchon University in South Korea The Crocodile* by Jack Prelutsky Beware the crafty crocodile who beckons you with clever smile to join him in the river Nile and swim with him a little while. His smile is not a friendly smile, it springs from his dishonest guile and treacherous reptilian style. Beware the crafty crocodile. Student Works (unedited) The Human by Crocodile's Elder Donghyun Beware the sly human who beckons you with tasty food to join him outside of the river...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  39.   Class Reunion: A TEFL or TESOL Activity
...n ages B: Hi, ____ . I haven't seen you in ages. It's good to see you. Phase 2: A: What's new with you? Are you still living in L.A.? B: No. Now, I live in Las Vegas. A: Are you still working as a bouncer? B: No. Now, I'm a security guard. A: Are you still interested in boxing? B: No. Now, I mostly swim. At the beginning of the class, the teacher should handout the student cards and corresponding nametags. The student who gets a Pamela card should also get a Pamela nametag. If your class has more than 9 students then make more than one set of student cards and nametags so that there will be more than one Pa...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  40.   Lightning Myths and Facts
...ard A Item 1 Virginia SOLs: Math 4.12, 5.11 Science 4.6 English 5.1 Vocabulary: myth, fiction, folk lore, fact, lightning Materials Needed: Paper and pencil Strategies and Procedures: Read the following to the class: In recent years, people have been killed by lightning while standing under a tree, swimming, bike riding, talking on a telephone, fishing in a boat, mountain climbing, playing golf, playing soccer, playing baseball, and boating. Discuss these activities . . . what they have in common . . . and any situations the children have encountered during lightning storms. Explain: A cloud to ground light...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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