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Third graders listen to a lecture on how to take notes and discuss the skills of paraphrasing and correctly citing resources. They prepare note cards according to the format presented in class.
Pupils participate in a lesson that focuses on the skill of setting a goal. They practice the setting of a specific goal that can be measured and achievable given the right resources. Students generate a list of goals while going through the lesson.
To start, read the article titled "Australian Rules Football," and then respond to 12 multiple choice questions about the selection and complete a word search. Because of its online format, users may submit their answers to be scored.
Eighth graders design newsletters. In this writing skills lesson, 8th graders examine sample newsletters and discover how to use digital tools and how to create them. Students then create their own newsletters for other students.
Students are exposed to the essential skills employers want. They analyze the essential skills needed and explain why they are important. Students have to rank the skills from a list from most to least important and explain why the skills were ranked they way they were based on reasearch they found to be beneficial or non beneficial.
Second graders access technology resources. In this daily skills lesson, 2nd graders practice using computers to help meet individual IEP goals and to practice everyday skills.
Sixth graders explore the art of asking questions. In this interviewing skills lesson, 6th graders design questions that might have been asked by a world leader of 1 era to a world leader of another era. Students compose questions and answers that are plausible.
Students practice using a dictionary. In this dictionary lesson, students participate in an online activity to familiarize themselves with the features and purpose of a dictionary.
Students research online to find information about the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, narrow their searches to find more specific information about a particular topic, practice using different search engines to organize, find, and display information differently, and use basic Internet browser tools to find information.
High school pupils research online to complete a family tree and explore their ancestry. They view a sketch of a family tree, and brainstorm questions to ask their parents about their heritage. They also diagram their own family tree. In addition, learners use baby pictures to create a collage for themselves, in addition to completing a culture box project.
Learners explore loco-motor skills. In this body movement physical education lesson, students leap, jump, and hop to music as they follow directions at several stations in the gym.
Students identify sounds in their environment and acquire listening and inferring skills.
Students use natural materials and yarn to create weavings. In this natural weaving activity, students find large branches to act as the loom, use other natural objects to act as designs within the weave, and use fine motor skills to wrap yarn through the branches and objects. They then make comparisons between their woven patterns and other patterns in nature.
Learners round out their math skills with these ‘round the world' ideas. In this math and geography instructional activity, students try out time zone sticks, a polar race, and tic-tac-globe to engage them in learning more about globes and the information found on them.
Young scholars play with dolls to act out feelings about a common experience. In this early childhood lesson plan, students use social, language, and fine motor skills while developing an understanding of their own bodies and the role of an important community helper, the doctor.
Students discover connections through reading. In this Critical Thinking lesson, students read online articles and listen to a pod cast to spark deep discussion. Students will read to themselves, connect their reading to other texts, and then to things that have occurred in modern or past history. The lesson culminates when students write about how the text connects to the world at large.
Third graders practice their geography skills. In this Polar Day-themed lesson, 3rd graders use their research skills to compare and contrast the place, regions, and human systems in their community to a Canadian northern polar region community.
Students demonstrate basic map skills. In this US history lesson, students review cardinal directions and use a compass rose while at the same time discuss what life was like for Abraham Lincoln.
Students explore Broadway musicals and decode the titles of popular shows. They study the aspects of a Broadway show and use word attack skills to match descriptions with the actual titles of Broadway shows.
Students practice lifting parachutes up and down while bouncing a ball on top of them. In this gross motor skills lesson, students predict how many times they will be able to make their ball bounce before falling, compare what happens when using multiple balls, and work in pairs with towels to bounce their balls from one pair's towel to another.