Lincoln's Birthday Teacher Resources
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Students in and ESL classroom discover and discuss the importance of Abraham Lincoln and why we celebrate his birthday. They study vocabulary associated with Abraham Lincoln.
Lincoln Bicentennial Celebration
Pupils pay tribute to Abraham Lincoln. In this Lincoln celebration lesson plan, students create short films using images and narrate facts found online. Pupils use a video editing program and publish final products on Lincoln's birthday. Students view films during a red carpet premiere.
And You Don't Stop - 30 Years of Hip-Hop, Episode 2, Lesson 1
High schoolers discuss Public Enemy's lyrics and compare and contrast them with songs popular during the Civil Rights Movement. They write their own rap song that expresses feelings of oppression or freedom from oppression.
Capitalization and Apostrophes to Show Possession
Do your young grammarians need extra practice using capital letters? How about with using apostrophes to show possession? Here's a one-page exercise that does both and could be use in-class or as homework.
Third graders complete various activities pertaining to Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, and Veteran's Day. They conduct research and complete writing and art activities on the background of each federal holiday.
In this reading comprehension activity, students read facts about George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Presidents Day. Students answer three multiple choice comprehension questions.
An excellent PowerPoint on writing awaits your class. The three main purposes of writing are presented: writing to inform or teach, writing to entertain, and writing to persuade or convince. Each slide presents a short piece of writing, and pupils must decide which purpose the selection fits. Fantastic!
A Penny for Abe
Students explore Abraham Lincoln through stories and poems. They also explore him being on the penny.
Symbols of America
In this symbols of America learning exercise, students complete multiple choice questions about the symbols of America including the Statue of Liberty, the Bald Eagle, and more. Students complete 12 questions.
Symbols of America
In this symbols of America instructional activity, learners answer multiple choice questions about different symbols including the Constitution, the Liberty Bell, and more. Students complete 12 questions.
ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN--Level 3--Government and Community Resources
Students, after reviewing an extensive vocabulary list of terms, explore all the different religious, political and personal holidays and traditions experienced in the United States. After discussing each one, they fill out a calendar with all the events listed on it by dates.
President's Day: George Washington
Students celebrate President's Day by studying George Washingtion, the US flag, and the American colonies. They sing, Yankee Doodle Dandy.
The History of Mardi Gras
Pupils gain knowledge about the history, traditions, and culture of Mardi Gras. They then apply the content to make related projects and complete assignments.
Some American Holidays
In this online interactive American holidays worksheet, students respond to 14 fill in the blank questions. Students may check their answers with the click of the mouse.
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students read a one paragraph text about Presidents Day. Students answer one multiple choice question.
Lincoln's Birthday Word Search
In this word search worksheet, students find the answers to 20 questions about President Lincoln in the puzzle. Students must have prior knowledge to complete, but answers are given "upside down" on worksheet.