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Bring multi-cultural experiences and literature into your language arts class with this lesson. Here, young readers explore the points of view of first and second-generation Asian immigrants with a list of various fiction and nonfiction novels. They comapre the similarities or differences to American literature that deals with the issue of coming to age. A reading chart and several online resources could be helpful in the lesson.
Investigate number sense by completing a Venn diagram. Your class examines a set of different numbers and their factors which they organize in a Venn diagram. Then they utilize a PowerPoint presentation to solve warm-up problems prior to completing a group of counting logic problems.
In this social studies worksheet, students read an edition of Time for Kids about Afghanistan. They read a world map to locate Afghanistan and answer the questions associated with the map. They also label the parts of a butterfly. They choose a story to read before answering questions about the headline, main idea, two facts, and explain why the story is important.
Read Ira Sleeps Over, then identify elements of plays that are also common to books. Learners analyze character and setting, consider how these elements relate to a play, then write a one-paragraph skit using the characters from Ira Sleeps Over. This lesson is all right, but could use a teacher's touch.
Give a post-test evaluating the strengths of the students in the area of connecting cultural events, ideas, and settings. The influences from one text to similar text from other cultures can be compared. After reading assigned stories the students fill out a comparison chart of Venn diagram.
Third graders choose a book, read, and report what they read. Using the three R's, they will watch a video of an author giving a book talk. Then, they discuss the video as a class. Next, they organize information from their chosen book to give their own book talk based on the model they observed. At the conclusion of the lesson, third graders learn how to self-evaluate their reading.
In this statistical diagrams worksheet, students read and interpret given diagrams such as scatter-plots, tables, graphs, coordinate planes and steam-and-leaf plots. They identify the mean, median and mode. This 8-page worksheet contains approximately 60 problems. Answers are provided on the last page.
Use this lengthy, and challenging, presentation in your lesson on numeracy. Pupils practice their skills in reading and writing numbers up to 100,000, interpret a variety of graphs, solve word problems, and get to use a calculator. A very good presentation that is sure to challenge even your top math whizzes!