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Students practice spelling words with the long e sounds using ee or ea. In this ee or ea lesson plan, students complete words using the ee or ea pattern, identify rhyming words, and write a rhyming poem using ee words. Using word and picture cards, students complete the words adding the missing ee or ea letters. Students will also have an opportunity to complete words by adding phonemes and graphemes at the end of words.
Providing first a short overview of Book IX from Paradise Lost by John Milton, this presentation would be a good way to discuss a previous night's reading, or to guide pupils through the book itself. The rest of the slide show contains the text from Book IX, with key phrases highlighted in red. This section includes little commentary and would need your lecture to come to fruition.
Students explore having healthy habits. In this healthy habits instructional activity, students discover healthy things to eat, how to take care of their teeth, and why it is important to get plenty of rest. Student draw and label pictures and play hopscotch while naming healthy habits. Students also sing songs about healthy habits.
Fifth graders graph bike mileage results. In this graphing information lesson, 5th graders get into groups, and organize the information they read. Students share how they organized the information with the rest of the class. Students then choose a topic to gather information on and create a graph for that information.
Identify the different types of graphs and when they are used. Learners will research a specific health issue facing teens today. They then develop a survey, collect and analyze data and present their findings in class. This is a lesson on mathematical techniques, but a collaboration with another subject area teacher would be useful to the students.