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Mobile phones and how they are used is the focus of this sociology lesson. In it, middle and high schoolers explore how they use mobile phones. They create and act out conversations, text messages, and take a close look at how texting is changing the way we communicate with each other. This resource should be a hit with older students.
Mobile phone safety
Students examine ways to protect themselve from crime. In groups, students determine ways to protect property such as MP3 players and mobile phones. Stsudent roleplay a robbery.
Why do we use phones? How does our language change on the phone? Learners practice phone conversations with the dialogues provided. They practice written phone dialogues with a partner, and create and perform phone conversations to discuss how phone use has changed over the years.
Investigate how mobile phones impact their lives through this technology lesson plan that has students discuss the history of the cell phone and research how cell phones are being used in third world countries. Students create a blog for new ideas of ways mobile phones can be used. Furthermore, they will present new uses of mobile phones and how they can benefit third world countries.
In this mobile phones worksheet, students fill out a chart about mobile phones, answer short answer questions, role play, and more. Students complete 5 activities.
Glossary - Mobile Phones
In this mobile phone worksheet, students write out the meaning of common phrases that appear on mobile phones. Students write out 30 phrases.
Lesson Plan: Doing a Cost–Benefit Analysis for a Mobile Phone
Learners conduct a cost-benefit analysis. In this economics instructional activity, students analyze the pros and cons of carrying cell phones. Learners realize the benefits and downfalls of the actual cost and the opportunity cost of cell phone usage.
Mobile Phone Packages
In this consumer math worksheet, students examine 3 mobile phone package deals with calls and text message charges. Students match the best plan to one of 3 people whose profiles are shown, detailing their typical use. All prices are in pounds and pence; this is best suited to UK students.
An online worksheet can be useful in so many ways. This one provides learners with an opportunity to practice using possessive adjectives. There are 20 fill-in-the-blank sentences to complete.
Animals (Like & Dislike)
In this online interactive verbs worksheet, students choose the multiple choice verb that correctly completes 10 sentences. Students interact with the verbs like or likes in sentences about animals.
Breaking News: Nissan to Make Future New York Taxis
Students explore current events by completing worksheet activities. In this transportation lesson plan, students read a news article discussing Nissan's new contract to create New York Taxis due to their improved fuel economy. Students answer study questions about the article and complete a fill in the blank activity in class.
High schoolers explain how battery chargers work. For this physics lesson, students discuss the two main ways that vehicles get charged. They build their own battery charger.
English Exercises - Tests Exercises FCI Mock Exam
For this test preparation online worksheet, students read 8 sentences and type a "V" in the box if the line is correct. They complete a paragraph using the correct words from 37 sets of multiple choice answers.
Do, Does, Did
In this English activity, learners choose do/does/did to complete the sentence. Students are given questions that are incomplete.
The First Certificate
In this grammar worksheet, students choose the correct prepositions and verbs for sentences and then rewrite sentences. Students complete 35 questions total.
Irregular Verbs 4
In this irregular verbs worksheet, students write the missing forms of the irregular verbs and match verbs to pictures. Students complete 2 activities.
Hector's World Cyber-bullying: You're Not Alone
Students discuss cyber-bullying and how it relates to their emotional state. In this cyber-bullying lesson plan, students watch a short video that identifies how cyber-bullying occurs. Students participate in an active learning activity and use specific dialogue to role play how they can avoid being bullied.
Are Cellphones Killing Honeybees?
Students read an article about how honeybee are sensitive to the electromagnetic fields generated by cellphones. In this ESL lesson, students work as partners to complete a table of information relating to the many bee species in decline. Students then complete a synonym and phrase match to reinforce reading comprehension. Students complete a word search relating to the article.
ESOL: Applied Technology
Young scholars explore operating equipment necessary for home and work. They view pictures of equipment and discuss the vocabulary terms. They use the terms more and less to describe pieces of equipment and visit the computer room to demonstrate how to operate it.
How Cell Phones Work
Fifth graders are introduced to the text, LITERACY LINE viewing the contents page. They review the definition of explanatory writing; discussing the features used and complete a KWL chart to identify what they already know about how a cell phone works.