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How do you throw a ball? How do you make a peanut butter sandwich? How do you draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex? Pairs of learners write directions for a simple activity and partners follow the directions exactly. A fun way to encourage writers to craft precise, exact, and complete directions.
Students design their perfect living room. In this design your living room lesson, students identify different living room furniture and set up a living room floor plan. Students then use a price list to determine how they would spend $450 to furnish their room. Students draw their choices on their floorplan and present it to the class.
The song "Tom's Diner" by Suzanne Vega provides language learners an opportunity to practice using the present continuous tense. As they listen to the song, class members fill in the missing verbs on a provided worksheet and then discuss why present continuous verbs are more appropriate in the song than past simple tense verbs.
In this 8 Parts of Speech worksheet, students fill in the blanks to 45 questions involving verbs, articles, adjectives and adverbs. Students choose the appropriate pronoun for 10 sentences. They also choose the correct adjective or adverb needed to correctly complete 10 additional sentences. Students finish by writing out 10 numbers as words.
Students discuss and act out scenes from Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus. In this Titus Andronicus instructional activity, students relate violence in movies and video games to violence in Shakespeare's plays. Students discuss an outline of the play and play two games to show the importance of directions. Students work in groups of three to act out Act 3, Scene 1.
Students create a one-week itinerary for a family journey to Venice. In this Venice trip lesson, students navigate the Internet to find information on history, accommodations, points of interest, and history to choose where to visit in Venice. Students create a budget for their trip.
This outline introduction for a college course covers the idea of humanities and various language forms and literature genres. Beginning with the human species and our influence on the world around us, take a very thorough look at the role of language and literature. The meaning and function of poems is analyzed through a sociological lens. About half of the slides contain the written texts of poems.
Class members review work from their writing portfolios and create a list of errors they frequently make. They then locate errors and record the rules that corrects them. They do this for each element of writing skills. Finally, they complete practice exercises targeting each error.