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Students analyze the ethical dilemmas of online homework help. In this language arts lesson plan, students read an article from the New York Times about using the Internet to complete homework assignments. Students use VocabGrabber to analyze vocabulary words included in the text. A class discussion follows.
High schoolers use a visual thesaurus and Vocabgrabber to interpret a news article. In this vocabulary building and comprehension lesson, students analyze quotes from the article. High schoolers use the visual thesaurus and Vocabgrabber to interpret the message of the article. Students then use the information from the article to write guidelines for internet use.
Middle schoolers discuss ways to get homework help. They receive an activity sheet "Got a problem with Your Homework?" Students identify offlin strategies they could use. They read and discuss "Still Having a Problem?" and visit several homework help sites. Middle schoolers discuss information included on the "Problem Solved!" worksheet.
Create and share interactive lessons, diagrams, and homework help with a recordable whiteboard that makes learning easy. Record your voice, handwriting, images, and drawings. Share them with your friends and students, or post them to Facebook, or your own blog.
Students demonstrate how to be an effective math or science tutor. In this character education lesson, students discuss various resources and worksheets they can use for tutoring sessions. Students are then paired up with a younger students and help them with homework and study notes. Students reflect upon the experience of being a tutor.
Sharpen your pupils' reading comprehension skills with this multiple-choice worksheet. Eight short passages prompt readers to choose the best answer that addresses a detail from the paragraph, based on context clues. The last four questions address vocabulary and word choice. Use this resource to prepare for state testing or to assess your class's reading skills.
Peer tutors role-play as detectives to participate in a brief clue/guessing game. Then they write an original sneaky poem following a formula provided to generate the five lines that make up the poem. An example is provided. This would make a great big buddy-little buddy activity.
You can replace your paper, compass, and straight-edged constructions with a single app. Young geometers not only do constructions with this application, they can also watch an animated demonstration, and then test their understanding.
Students analyze persuasive documents to identify the persuasive techniques and target audiences. For this persuasive documents lesson, students identify emotional appeals in advertisements and slogans and how the appeals correlate with Maslow's "Hierarchy of Needs". Students create their own persuasive document that addresses the real-life situation as a canned food drive or tutoring program.
Whales and people have had a long and sodid history. To understand the impact that biological populations have had on each other, learners conduct research on specific topics related to the whale industry. They use their findings to create Glogs, which are interactive posters that include text, animation, and illustration. Discussion, active research, and application, makes for a good activity!