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High Frequency Words with Clip Art
Second graders invent sentences using high frequency words. In this literacy lesson, 2nd graders type simple sentences using high frequency words, and a clip art picture for each sentence.
Positively Powerful Possessives
Learners, in groups, create clip art posters of rhyming words showing both singular and plural possessive forms of nouns. They also work textbook and worksheet activities.
Applications of Area Abound
Explore the concept of area. Learners use area formulas for triangles, parallelograms, regular polygons, and circles to find the area of each figure. They solve a real-life area problem and write a short story about the problem and create a digital photo story using clip art.
Tenses of Verbs
Sixth graders demonstrate an understanding of present, past, and future verb tenses through independent practice and by using these verbs in sentences to describe appropriate student-selected clip art.
"Exploring Shakespeare" An Introduction of Character and "Hamlet"
Students examine the literary terms "round character" and "characterization" through the play "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare. They view and discuss examples of clip art, video, and comic strips, and describe the character traits. Students then watch the video "Exploring Shakespeare" and describe character changes in a series of comic strips.
Parts of Speech Review
Their are eight parts of speech. A general ed or ESL class learns the 8 parts of speach by creating a Parts of Speech Triangle. Microsoft Word is used to generate the clip art.
My Computer Alphabet Book
Young scholars use word processing software to create an alphabet book. They list pictures with the same beginning sound as the letters of the alphabet, insert clip art, label each picture, and print and bind their book.
Third graders, after exploring the process of writing poetry through imagery words that go beyond pen and paper, create a Poetry Pop-Up Book. They incorporate the use of the Thesaurus and clip-art/digital photography to assist them in their assignment. In addition, they view a variety of Haiku examples that stress imagery.
Creating with Publisher
Students create a book cover using Microsoft Publisher. In this computer publishing lesson, students learn how to use the program Microsoft Publisher. Students experiment with fonts, styles, formats and clip art. Students use what they have learned to create a book cover for their favorite book.
Introduction to PowerPoint
Students open Microsoft PowerPoint. Alternately, watch the slide resentation on the Perdue Web site and their desktop version of Microsoft PowerPoint. Students read the Career Handout and complete the Worksheet included. Students use the Worksheet to fill in slides in your presentation. Add text, insert clip art, and use design templates. Save. Students view their PowerPoint presentation and add transitions,sounds, and animations.
Inspired Multiplication - Beginning Multiplication and Formulating Story Problems
Beginning multiplication is introduced to learners in 3rd grade by using the software, Inspiration. They will explore the concept of repeated addition to factors of a number. They design a story problem involving multiplication and use clip art to demonstrate their solution of the problem. Various software applications are recommended, but the lesson could be adapted to many tools.
How Much If the First Year of College Going To Cost?
Future college students investigate the cost of the first year of college or a junior college in the state of Alabama. They use spreadsheet software to enter data and calculate the amount of money they will need to work within their budget. They create a chart in Excel that includes appropriate clip art.
Practice Exercises in IT Skills Pack 4: Presentation Graphics
Students explore how to annotate and align clip art as well as create Powerpoint presentations. In this presentation graphics activity, students expand their IT skills set by completing 4 projects employing clip art and presentation software.
A Picture Is Worth at Least One Word
Young scholars explore clip art pictures to create a rebus. In this clip art instructional activity, students define what a rebus is and then create their original rebuses. Young scholars use clip art from the computer to design their rebuses.
Here is a great way to explore language arts by completing a computer activity with classmates. Youngsters read a fairy tale in class and analyze where the beginning, middle and end are. They create their own story using clip art and word processing software which they share with the class.
Table Mazes Using Microsoft Word
Students use the table feature of Microsoft Word to construct a solvable maze. They incorporate clip art and WordArt into their mazes. Students create a table and use word processing functions to design a maze. They create competency in word processing skills.
First graders write sentences based on their spelling words that appear on their word walls. In this writing lesson plan, 1st graders create sentences that include their spelling words. They do this on the computer. Then they pick out and insert a picture from Clip Art to represent each sentence.
Teaching Computer Literacy
Young scholars, while in the computer lab, explore, examine and practice searching for symbols and pictures in Microsoft Word Clip Art to assess how to change picture size and how to make a page border. They are to create a basic flyer.
The Lost Flyer
Fourth graders, using Microsoft Word, create a notice of a lost pet flyer. They use a border, exaggerated fonts, colors and clip art.
Dictionary Skills-What's the Meaning of This!
Middle schoolers create and print mini-dictionaries using word-processing software, clip art objects, graphics downloaded from the World Wide Web, and/or illustrations they create themselves.