Lessons for Play Writing

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  • Baroque Composition Discovery - … all students and play 10 further music samples ranging from all historical periods of classical music. Have students write yes or no following each example to indicate if the music played fits into the Baroque category. Students will write the word "yes" or "no" to indicate if the example played fits …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Typing Bingo - … . Purpose: To improve the use of the tab key while playing a game. Objective: Students will be able to set up … column. (Ex: Colors, Food, Cities, Animals, Sports) To speed up play, the teacher should give the 5 items that will go … Sports: football, basketball, golf, baseball, volleyball). It helps if you write this information on the board. You then tell the students … column. Customize to fit your needs. My students love to play this after learning how to set up columns using the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • A Collaboration of Sites and Sounds: Using Wikis to Catalog Protest Songs - … , ask the class to speculate as to why you played this particular song. Play snippets of other "recognizable" protest songs, including Bob … by artists, issues they're protesting against, song names, etc. Play the protest songs that students bring in. Using the research … later on at school). back to top EXTENSIONS Students can write their own protest songs. They would identify issues that they …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • On a Musical Note: Exploring Reading Strategies by Creating a Soundtrack - … Lord's Prayer" by Aretha Franklin "Harlem" by Duke Ellington Play each song individually for the class. Pass out copies of … ? What would the scene look like while this song was playing? Shot type? Angle? Lighting? Why does the technique fit? If … when instrumental music might be preferred for a scene. After playing your examples for the class, ask them to share songs … songs complement the words in the text? Invite students to write their own original song that represents the text they are …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Play Ball! Encouraging Critical Thinking Through Baseball Questions - … baseball facts about the topic they have been assigned and write five short answers that will fit in the Jeopardy Game template. Each group should also write the correct questions that go with these answers. You might tell students to write more than five questions and then work as a group … by observing while students work during Session 2. Use the Play Ball! Encouraging Critical Thinking Through Baseball Questions Observation Sheet to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Press Conference for Bud, Not Buddy - … class in half and hold two press conferences.) Objectives Students playing the roles of the characters and author will answer questions … : Have students pick from a hat to decide who will play the three characters and the author. The characters should prepare … they really try to become the characters they were role-playing? back to top EXTENSIONS Students may decide to present the … , Not Buddy. Students can use what they have learned to write a book review for the school newspaper or website. back …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Reaching Across Time: Scaffolded Engagements With a 19th-Century Text - … say, do, etc. 6. Have each Role-Play A student pair with a Role-Play B student. Before beginning, remind students that … other group for about 15 minutes. 5. Have students free write for 10 minutes to document their insights about the story … these communities, which occurred at the same time Melville was writing "Bartleby," are left out of the story. Remind students that … reading after this point, too, if they choose. Have them write a short reflection on Bartleby's resistance in the story …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Review Redux: Introducing Literary Criticism Through Reception Moments - … other half to work on current reception moments from the play's recent revival. Although the general headings are "Political/Governmental … it is written, students should also write one or two paragraphs describing what their influences in writing it were, including personal history … the United States and elsewhere around the globe. Have students write a brief critical essay responding to A Raisin in the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • To, Too, or Two: Developing an Understanding of Homophones - … on the phone. Ask students to brainstorm some homophones and write them on chart paper or the board. 2. Tell students … should listen for as many homophones as they can hear. Play the Between the Lions' Homophones song. You may want to … practice pages: Crossword Puzzles Visit this online tool and select Play One of Ours and the K-2 tab. In the … them blank copies. For more information about the puzzle, see Playing Puzzles: A Guide for Teachers. School Specialty Intervention Lesson Pack …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Vertebrates: Oh My! - … working in the computer lab and using the Internet to play and amphibian and reptile game. Give the students the following … .com/games/animal/animal.html tell them to play each game and to write 2 facts for each mystery animal. DURING: While … , mammals. Hand out the "What is a mammal?" reading activity. Play "popcorn" and have students read a passage/paragraph and popcorn … they may switch their cards if both students are willing. Play regular 5 square bingo as time allows. POST: No homework …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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