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For this online interactive English worksheet, students examine a calendar and then respond to 10 multiple choice questions about the calendar. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive English worksheet, students respond to 23 fill in the blank questions that require them to use "do" and "does" appropriately. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive English activity, students respond to 23 fill in the blank questions that require them to use verbs appropriately. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive English worksheet, students read a short passage and then respond to 10 multiple choice questions about the selection. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
For this online interactive English worksheet, students watch a video of Martin Luther King delivering the "I Have a Dream" speech and then respond to 30 fill in the blank questions about the text of the speech. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this online interactive English worksheet, students respond to 10 fill in the blank questions about pronoun agreement. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
War and conquest are not the only factors in language change and development, as the narrator of a short video points out in her lecture about the evolution of the English language. Using the phrases, "They gave us a hearty welcome," and "They gave us a cordial reception," the speaker details how people from different language groups, living peacefully side-by-side, can also effect change. She concludes her comments by noting that even without knowledge of the origins of the words in the two phrases, on the feeling level, listeners perceive a marked difference in the connotations of the two. History does, indeed, live in the words we speak and hear.      
What better way to learn the logic of a test than to examine models and then create your own? AP English language students research previously used synthesis questions, select a topic, and then create their own Synthesis Question Prompt Page. The page must include directions, an introduction, and the question. Next, class members locate and craft an annotated bibliography for 10 diverse sources that would help answer the prompt they have created. Using at least five of these sources, participants write a response to the question and a reflection on the entire process.
Fifth graders create outlines and take notes on lectures that present the Reformation, England's Golden Age and the English Revolution. They use these outlines to create filmstrips and write an essay arguing which of these periods was the most influential.
Young scholars compare, contrast, and reflect on reggae, punk, and ska music, and how this relates to the music of the group The English Beat.
Pupils identify basic grocery items in English. They read and orally identify food items in english. Students cut out magazine pictures and write the vocabulary words in English. Pupils use computer software to reinforce vocabulary words.
Students explore the concept of English units. In this English units lesson, students convert from one English unit to another English unit. Students estimate the size and weight of objects using English units.
In this English language quiz worksheet, students use drop down lists to select words that correctly complete sentences, 13 total. 
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Whether your pupils need extra help or they simply need to practice their basic computation skills, this packet will do the trick. It includes a written rationale, answer key, and over 10 pages of double-digit addition and subtraction practice problems. All you need to do is print!
You could use this fantastic set of elementary multiplication and division worksheets in so many ways. The set is intended to support learners who require remediation or extra support in making the connection between multiplication and division. It includes 20 worksheets, some of which are in crossword-puzzle form. The entire collection can be put together to create a comprehensive and fun way for struggling learners to practice their basic computation skills.
Learners complete a handout dealing with the languages spoken most frequently at home in Canada. They interview a person with a home language other than English or French. Students contribute to a bulletin board display representing Canada's language mosaic.
Students identify and define English words with Spanish origins. In this word origin lesson, students are assigned words to define, then students are assigned a letter to use to find an English word with Spanish origins to define. Using theses words, the class creates a glossary.
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English lesson plans focusing on "Romeo and Juliet" can be a great way to introduce students to Shakespeare's plays.