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- Leisa B., Teacher
- Newark, NJ
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Who would have thought? With its semi-taboo topic (swearing), your class is sure to stay engaged! A short reading details the fictitious study, and a set of comprehension questions follow. Not only is comprehension and main idea identification highlighted, but readers are encouraged to focus on a collection of challenging words like endure, refrained, and persists. A great look at an informational text.
Have your class design their own mathematical study aids. Learners collaborate in groups on the design of tri-fold presentation describing the relationships between mathematical computations. Then, they write a business letter to the State Department of Education to explain why their presentation should be used to distribute information on this topic.
Analyze critical thinking skills that involve the ability to distinguish between fact and opinion through self-reflection. Higher education students will collect a newspaper article, advertisement, magazine article, tabloid article, editorial, and a letter to the editor for evaluation of fact or opinion. They will then discuss the differences with their peers. Suggested questions are included.
A home improvement plan can help adult learners preparation for the GED exam. They review vocabulary, prepare diagrams, complete a worksheet, calculate perimeters and analyze how to approach a story problem. They identify many geometry concepts used in solving GED problems.
Students explore number sense by creating a math presentation in class. In this parts of a whole lesson, students define and discuss the relationship between fractions, decimals and percentages before completing a problem worksheet in class. Students create a tri-fold poster presentation about the topic which they share with the class.
In this social care worksheet, students read the articles on working in social care and complete activities where they answer short answer questions, determine whether sentences are complete or incomplete, determine fact and opinion sentences, and more. Students complete 38 questions.
In this reading comprehension and spelling instructional activity, learners read an article called "Stop Using 'Dearie,' Nurses Told." Students identify spelling errors in the article and answer questions about the meaning of words and phrases used and the main idea of the article.
In this critical reading exercise, students read an article entitled "Pupils' Behavior Has Worsened." Students answer multiple choice questions about the reading, correct spelling errors in the article, and answer an essay question in which they give their own opinion of the article.