French Pronunciation Teacher Resources
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Seventh graders recognize affixes common to the language in a meaningful and communicative context and to use their knowledge of affixes to determine word meanings. original story. Students present a personal narrative about an experience they have had playing a sport, a game or an instrument.
Fifth graders are introduced to their year-long study of North America. Students will investigate regions of North America, American Indian cultural regions and the influence of European colonization. During their study, 5th graders will create a picture book documenting their learning.
Students in seventh and eighth grade Introduction to Foreign Language class are introduced the basic greetings, farewells, courtesy words, and basic phrases in Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Korean. In pairs, they create a very short dialogue in one of these languages.
Students explore numbers in Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. They discuss numbers and practice writing and speaking numbers 1-10 in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. As they create a chart of the three countries' numbers, they discuss the meanings behind the Chinese numbers and create origami fortune tellers.
Students investigate the life of early man as depicted in the cave art in Lascaux and Chauvet in southwestern France. They use a variety of activities in an attempt to unravel the mystery surrounding the discovery.
Learners attempt to answer the following question in an attempt to create a context for the lesson: "What would a typical day be like for a teenager in Senegal?" The activities are presented in a style that is taken from the research of multiple intelligences.
Sixth graders practice to develop geography skill by identifying locations using a map and apply writing process strategies to develop a travel brochure for France, Quebec or the Ivory Coast.
Second graders identify different rhythmic notation and perform simple rhythmic patterns with the group, applying them to performing the song "Frere Jacques" vocally. Emphasis is placed on meeting State and National Standards for the Arts.
Learners develop English language skills in reading, writing and word pronunciation. In this ESL lesson, students complete several activities to improve their English language skills and to develop as independent learners.
Students replace the body part words in the tune The Hokey Pokey with the same body part words in other languages. They learn the vocabulary more readily because of the connection to music.
Want to build your class' vocabulary through a fun learning game? In this activity learners explore new words and their meanings and usages using Word Attack 3 computer software. They unscramble words, develop vocabulary words, navigate word mazes, and cumulate records of their work to evaluate their individual progress.
For this French worksheet, students will focus on various activities. Students will study ten pictures and draw a line to the corresponding words shown in each photo.
Eighth graders read a nonfiction passage taken from the newspaper. They summarize information. Students use a graphic organizer to find main ideas and supporting details. They practice test taking strategies. Students look at the passages about Black History Month.
Eighth graders are read aloud the material contained within the packet and discuss as a class. They then read a non-fiction passage and practice vocabulary, comprehension, and test-taking strategies.
World Literature lesson plans for high school students can lead to a greater cultural awareness and appreciation of literature.
An overview of the development of English as a global language fills out these slides. Beginning with statistics regarding how much of the world speaks English and to what capacity, a brief history is then given mostly pertaining to WWII and the spread of American English. Interesting points are made, though some references are not explained. Use in addition to a conversation about globalized English and language development.
Students practice singing the song Allouette. They discuss the meaning in both the English and Oneida languages and how the words to this song demonstrate important feelings for the Oneida people.
Students study the origins and background of the pecan. For this agriculture lesson students divide into groups, complete an activity and worksheets.
Twelfth graders distinguish between terminology related to Islam and Muslims. They explain how regions are defined and the types and organization of regional systems. They identify human and physical changes in regions and the factors that contribute to those changes.