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The World of Cinderella Stories
First graders listen to traditional and nontraditional Cinderella stories and watch a video entitled "Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters." Individually, children draw and illustrate the stories they have heard, create a story sequence, and write vocabulary words.
1st Language Arts 3 Views 8 Downloads
Lesson 1: Postwar Disillusionment and the Quest for Peace, 1921-1929
Students examine U.S. foreign policy following World War I. In this foreign policy lesson, students study the Five-Power Treaty and the Kellogg-Briand Pact and their effectiveness in preventing war. Students create political cartoons and write essays regarding anti-war sentiment in the U.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History 3 Views 13 Downloads
Great Beginnings: Writing Techniques
How do your young writers start stories? Give them some new strategies with this plan. Included is a worksheet for them to practice asking questions, writing dialogue, and adding details to start a story. Look at examples of each of these strategies so youngsters can see them in action before they attempt their own!
2nd Language Arts 3 Views 6 Downloads
Author Study - Mo Willems
Students listen to books written by Mo Willems each day and discuss the story elements of each. In this reading strategies lesson, students decide after reading through the whole series of books, what their favorite book is and why.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 5 Views 37 Downloads
Well, here is a fun way to practice punctuating dialogue. There are eight different images each containing an incomplete speech phrase. It's up to the kids to conceive and write what the people in each image might say. Tip: Do the activity as a class.
2nd - 4th Language Arts 3 Views 71 Downloads
Write On: Lesson 12
Sixth graders write a narrative from a different point of view. In this point of view lesson, 6th graders read Two Bad Ants by Chris Van Allsburg and see how the story changes from an ant's point of view. They write their own stories centered around a holiday theme.
6th Language Arts 3 Views 0 Downloads
Compare and contrast two works by the same author, to analyze the use of settings, character action, and theme. The class reads and discusses the books, Because of Figs and Gloria Who Might Be My Best Friend, each focused on a girl named Julie.
3rd Language Arts 3 Views 10 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Speech Marks/ Correct Punctuation
Fifth graders participate in shared reading and writing activities using Roald Dahl's, George's Marvelous Medicine. They focus on the use of speech marks, using a new line for speakers, and the correct punctuation. They write dialogue between two of the characters.
5th Language Arts 6 Views 27 Downloads
Splitting the Motherland?
Students explore issues such as Tibet's struggle for independence and China's invasion in 1950. They create a KWL chart, explore maps of Tibet, and read articles concerning China, the Dalai Lama, and President Bush's relationship to Tibet. Students create a timeline concerning issues surrounding Tibet.
6th - 12th Social Studies & History 3 Views 5 Downloads
Character Study in Macbeth
Eleventh graders analyze a Shakespeare soliloquy by writing a prose summary of it. They keep a character journal, following one character through the play and analyzing what the character does and says, as well as, might have done or said, in the play.
11th Language Arts 4 Views 2 Downloads
Waiting for Godot at ACT
Students examine a theatrical performance of Waiting for Godot. In this theatrical analysis lesson, students discuss the topic of existentialism and the Theatre of the Absurd. This lesson includes multiple activities to engage students in.
11th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts 5 Views 22 Downloads
Crime and Punishment
Here are some loose and open-ended ideas to introduce younger learners to the importance of following laws. Suggestions focus on crime, punishment, and the legal process. Activity suggestions include a mock trial, writing dialogue, and reading about crimes in the community.
2nd - 4th Social Studies & History 3 Views 3 Downloads
Learners examine the various styles cartoonists use in their favorite cartoons. Individually, they use their imagination to create their own scenes to create a full cartoon. To end the lesson plan, they use Crayola markers to color their cartoon and present it to the class.
1st - 6th Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 0 Downloads
Lights, Camera, Action...Crossing the Delaware in 9 Scenes
How does reading a drama differ from reading a novel? Middle schoolers become playwrights and explore these differences. After viewing the A&E movie,"The Crossing," groups create stage directions, write dialogue, and design sets and costumes to dramatize George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware.
8th Language Arts 4 Views 7 Downloads