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Students discover the importance of NOT getting involved in someone else's fight and NOT to getting others involved in their fights. In this beware of the dogs lesson plan, students read the Bible verse: Proverbs 26:17 and participate in a variety of dog themed activities covering many different curriculum areas.
Students examine the dynamics of change and compare and contrast it with other cultures. They cite examples of how people change over time and explain why it is necessary. Students organize a skit, Webpage, or Powerpoint presentation to demonstrate how they can personally effect change.
Students study important historical figures. In this United States history lesson, students trace the signature of John Hancock using cotton swabs, glitter, and various art supplies after discussing the historical significance of the Declaration of Independence. Students generate ideas about what it means to put your signature on a piece of writing.
Students participate in critical thinking and comprehension activities that support the September 2010 issue of Appleseed's Magazine. In this literacy and social studies skills lesson, students read articles offered in the magazine about the Medieval times and then complete the suggested activities. The magazine text is not available with the lesson.
To help her dyslexic and ADHD learners boost their spelling abilities, this special education teacher developed a multi-sensory approach. The class says the word, prints it on an index card, spells the word aloud, then writes the word again. This is a good idea, and you could use other senses. Learners could draw a picture representing each letter, use sign to finger spell the words, or write the words with scented markers.
High schoolers analyze and practice presenting vocabulary words in out of the ordinary ways with word play, frisky words and puns. They also identify the correct definition of each word and then use them in gimmicks to add flair and fun to the learning of new vocabulary words.