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Do you have a report writing assignment coming up? Emerging writers apply a step-by-step process to write a report. They begin by identifying their topic and locating resources. They use bibliography cards, answer questions, write a rough draft including a bibliography, edit, revise and then write a final!
Students research, discuss and write reports on the relationship between climate and agriculture. They pretend that they have just purchased farms in specific parts of the United States and investigate that region's weather and climate in order to maximize the chances that their farms succeed.
Students chose a special topic of interest. They check the card catalog to see how many books are available in the school library on the chosen topic and lists them alphabetically. They take the list to the library and check the card catalog to see which of the titles are available. They can check out one of the books for the class.
The world is full of possibilities for your ELLs. Help them explore their career options with a lesson that incorporates Internet research and expository writing. Not only will they learn more about their careers of choice, but both their analytical and technological skills will flourish as well. The resource includes a pre-test, post-test, career questionnaire, and several rubrics for written reports and oral presentations.
Get scholars thinking about the scientific process with this fun experiment they can do at home. Learners practice reading directions as they underline each instruction in a procedural paragraph. They create a flow chart and record what they will need before beginning the experiment. After completing the activity, young scientists record their findings and write a short report. Finally, they use multiple sources to apply what they learned to the world around them. Note the use of the word torch instead of flashlight.