How to differentiate writing activities: Decribe the situation and your first impressions. Sheppard Software — Sheppard Software provides a wide range of free educational web games for students.
Funbrain — Funbrain offers several interactive educational games for use with IWBs. Kids who learn English as a second language ESL can benefit from lessons and activities in a variety of formats, helping them stay engaged and have fun while learning.
By Sandra Alleman and Tammy Heidecker, Muhlenberg Kindergarten Teachers When we started the school year in our kindergarten classrooms, the teachers were writing the class's daily letter and reading it with the students—looking for upper and lower case letters, high frequency words, students' names, punctuation, spacing between words, etc.
Lamb to the Slaughter deals with the relationship between a pregnant woman and her husband.
One day, he returns home from work and tells her that he's leaving her for good. Qualities you look for. Other stories with open endings or with unexpected twists in the end that require the reader to take an active part in the overall interpretation are: The teacher reads out the sentence confidently exactly as it is written.
For example, you can jot down what you have done that day, your plans for tomorrow, poetry, a story, complaints, how difficult English is, your reflections on an experience that struck you, current news items, your fantasies, a letter, a quotation that caught your attention, the lyrics of a song you love with a few comments of your own and so on.
These extreme conditions caused mass immigration of Irish people to the United States. There are some excellent resources produced by the Association for Science Education ASE as part of Science year which are now archived on the site. Periodic Table — This interactive periodic table site was designed for educational use by elementary to high school students.
Chinese and Irish immigrants were vital to the project. Continue developing Lamb to the Slaughter by Roald Dahl in one more paragraph. Sometimes this was hard to do, but I wanted to maintain the students' focus on the writing improvement we were working on.
The idea that they had to write it over again didn't make sense to them. If the suggested change is not correct, the teacher should help the student analyze the suggested change. In this approach, the teacher presents information to the students, or they have an "experience" of some sort — for example, a field trip, or acting out a scene in a book.
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Contribute to the developer's hard work and support depression sufferers worldwide at the same time. This writing task involves a combination of cognitive skills such as reading and text-finding, evaluating and comparing alternatives, carrying out some prior investigation on genre or text type, agreeing on a course of action, meaning-construction and composing, deciding on text features, evaluating prior knowledge, voice, perspective and context.
However, after several weeks of reading the letter, we found that the students were not able to use these skills to read the daily letter more independently. Problem-solving requirements like this make demands on the students' intellectual and reasoning powers, and though challenging at first, they are engaging and often satisfying to complete.
Featured Activities. Explore featured activity packs that are created by our teachers. These activities are designed to complement the BrainPOP Jr. Plot topic page, which includes a movie, quizzes, online games, printable activities, and more.
These K-3 activities provide parents and educators with ideas for reinforcing learning at home about plot. Interactive Word Wall By T2T Contributor, Sally Olson A word wall is a systematically organized collection of words displayed in large letters on a wall or other large display place in the classroom.
Interactive student-writing activities include a Process Writing Workshop, Write Your Way quick-writing tool, and Build-a-Book portal.
Writing A-Z's safe, kid-friendly interactive resources support writing practice and literacy development. Scholastic's Story Starters kids' writing activity generates creative writing prompts, from general fiction to adventure, fantasy, and science fiction.
Interactive writing makes the writing process visual to the whole class. Reading literature is an excellent way to initiate interactive writing in the class, and the teacher can continue using literature as the class does interactive writing with any new book that is read throughout the year.Interactive story writing activities