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- Erica A., Teacher
- Durham, NC
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Have your class read texts on a specific famous person using a Student Encyclopedia. They will learn to use basic research skills to answer questions about their famous person, take notes, and learn how to cite sources to complete a simple bibliography. Note: There is an extension to write a short report available.
Students explore language arts by completing a research writing assignment. In this factual organization lesson, students prepare to write a research paper by reading the story "Things Fall Apart" in class. Students practice writing a bibliography in order to categorize their sources as they complete their assignment.
Gather some information, print it onto sentence strips, and then have your class physically shuffle the cards to better understand the importance of organizational patterns in writing. Middle school learners examine information for a research topic, sort the information they found, and create a thoughtful organizational pattern.
The teacher will read-aloud the book Quack and Count and call upon studens to demonstrate various sums of seven. They brainstorm a list of ideas of things that can be combined or added together. They are given unifix cubes to demonstrate various addition facts and record on a Quack Addition recording sheet. They are then permitted to visit various math centers focusing on addition and subtraction facts.
Student gains insight into the culture of Japan. They articulate the main ideas and supporting details, also they create a "glimpse of Japan" with an illustrated and written summary of the main idea and four supporting details from the book. Upon completion, students present their "glimpses" to the class and play jeopardy to review the material.
Eighth graders engage in a lesson that is intended to develop the skills of research to find the proper resources needed to find information. The lesson includes dialogue boxes that is intended for the teacher to use for direct instruction. Students obtain information and construct a bibliography.
Students discuss the character traits of George Washington Carver. In this George Washington Carver instructional activity, students read the books or segments of A Picture Book of George Washington Carver, Shoeless Joe and Black Betsy, The Night the Bells Rang, and Mailing May. Students discuss the books and complete two worksheet activities related to the books.