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Eighth graders conduct Internet research about Madrid. They then use that information to answer worksheet questions. Both the questions and their answers are in Spanish.
Seventh graders review the Spanish animal vocabulary learned in previous lessons before taking a virtual trip through the Madrid Zoo at its website. They design a paper bag puppet of one of the animals, take digital pictures of it and finally create a PowerPoint slide using the vocabulary and picture. They participate in a class presentation.
High schoolers discuss the terrorist train bombings in Madrid, Spain. The class evaluates the value of memorials in the struggle to deal with the grieving process. Groups design a memorial and/or poem to commemorate those lost in the bombings, and present their projects to the class.
Learners read a newspaper article about a fashion show in Madrid which banned the use of models under a certain weight. They define vocabulary, complete comprehension worksheets, practice the use of the words 'enough' and 'too many' and participate in a class discussion about the pros and cons of the ban.
Learners discuss their fears of terrorism. In this terrorism lesson, students discuss the Madrid terror attacks, the history of terrorism, and share coping strategies.
Students Examine how earthquakes work and what plate tectonics and fault lines are. In this earthquake lesson students complete an earthquake scavenger hunt.
Students conduct research on animals by visiting the website for the Madrid Zoo. They locate various animals on the website and answer questions about animals and their habitats in Spanish, then create a poster, advertisement, or a press release.
For this faults worksheet, students use an earthquake reference sheet to find the numbers for a modified Mercalli and Richter scale. They compare the San Andreas Fault zone and the New Madrid fault zone on the United States map. They answer questions about liquefaction and subsidence.
Young scholars discover the details regarding the Madrid train attacks. In this terrorism lesson, students discuss the attacks. Young scholars interview people about their thoughts on terrorism.
Modal verbs of probability express what could or may happen. The class will look at 15 sentences and then choose which verb of probability fits best in each phrase. Then they write four phrases using accurate verbs in the present tense. An answer key is included.
Students investigate history of domestic terrorism in six European countries; they analyze and write about differences between terrorist acts planned and committed by a country's citizens and those planned by groups or individuals outside of that country.
Learners study European cities and label countries on a map, match cities to countries, and answer true and false questions. In this European cities lesson plan, students also guess the names of cities they see pictures of.
In this ESL/ELL reading and discussion worksheet, students read or listen to an article entitled, "Vodafone's Vending Machine Mobile Phones." They discuss the article and complete a variety of activities based on their comprehension; short answer, true or false, fill in the blank, role play, and matching.
For this identifying modal verb usage worksheet, students read the different uses of model verbs with examples, read and identify types of phrases, and fill in the blanks with modal verbs. Students write 30 short answers.
Accept or except? Advice or advise? Eminent or imminent? Which is which witch? In order to select the correct word to complete 20 sentences, learners get out their dictionaries and check the meaning and usage of the commonly confused pairs.
For this map labeling worksheet, students follow directions to label 10 items on a map of Spain. They label the capital city of Madrid, the Pyrenees Mountains, surrounding water bodies and countries. They trace the flow of the Duero River.
Students explore earthquakes. In this scientific inquiry lesson plan, students participate in activities regarding plate tectonics, convergent plate boundaries, lateral plate boundaries, and the Richter Scale.
In this Cristiano Ronaldo worksheet, students read about the life of the soccer player, then complete a variety of comprehension activities. An answer key is included.
In this famous person activity, students read a passage about David Beckham and then complete a variety of in-class and homework activities to support comprehension, including partner interviews, spelling, cloze, synonym matches, and scrambled sentences.
Seventh graders study to identify patterns in earthquake activity and impacts on human behavior. They also develop plans to cope with such natural disasters.