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In this ESL worksheet, students will focus on the various parts of a home. Students will analyze six pictures and choose the correct answer to tell what room is depicted in each photo.
In this ESL verbs of actions worksheet, students will analyze the activities pictured. Students will choose the correct verb that is depicted in each of the ten photographs.
In this future tense worksheet, students will practice using the phrase, "Going to." Students will write 8 sentences with the time frame in the future that is provided for each question.
In this eating out worksheet, students practice matching ten food items on the right to their appropriate pictures on the left.
Elementary schoolers view and study ten pictures of the location of a ball adjacent to a box. They decide where the ball is and match it to its appropriate preposition on the right. A good language arts lesson!
In this family members worksheet, students view and study eight pictures in order to choose the appropriate answer to eight multiple choice questions involving naming specific family members.
In this feelings worksheet, learners view ten pictures of people showing different types of feelings the left of the worksheet and match the pictures with the actual words on the right.
In this Latin vocabulary worksheet, students match ten pictures to their Latin names. This is a worksheet generator, and teachers may add words and pictures to the list.
For this prepositions worksheet, students determine by multiple choice where the soccer ball is positioned by the box in eight pictures.
In this occupations activity, students match up ten pictures of people doing various jobs to their actual professions in writing.
In this questions and answers activity, 4th graders analyze eight pictures in order to ask a question to go along with the answer to the question already stated with each picture.
Students observe the process of communication in their classes. They stimulate awareness of cultural influences on classroom interaction. They promote consideration of how to overcome cultural differences.
Students read and analyze the works of Shakespeare. For this "Much Ado About Nothing" lesson, students deicper the play and research Shakespeare's works. Students create a quiz based on his life and re-enact a scene from the play.
Students examine the impact movies and television have on society and the addictive and negative behaviors they can potentially promote. In this mass media lesson, students explore the ramifications that mass media has on young minds. Students discuss the shallow values and negatives attitudes that are often portrayed in mainstream movies and television. Students answer questions regarding relevant information about what makes people happier.
Students read a story and draw a picture to represent something in the story. In this story lesson plan, other students then guess what the picture means by using their background knowledge of the story.
Students read facts about Confucius and Legalism in China and answer short answer questions about it. Students complete 5 short answer questions.
Build reading comprehension skills with this lesson plan. Have your class listen, predict outcomes, retell the story, and produce a character web as you read the book Swimmy by Leo Lionni aloud. This lesson also asks learners to make connections between the book and their own prior knowledge about fish and oceans.
In this vocabulary worksheet, students match illustrations with the sickness they represent. There are nine illustrations and matching illnesses. The worksheet is intended for use with English language learners.
In this word and picture matching worksheet, students examine 8 pictures and the sentences next to each. Students mark true or false if the sentence matches the picture. Example: This is an eye.
In this word/picture association activity, students read 9 sentences that describe a weather condition. Students then match each statement with a picture of that kind of weather. This is intended for ESL use.