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Students use picture clues to sound out the beginning of words. They apply this story to them actually going to bed. At the end, students should be able to follow a story line to a conclusion. To engage students, the teacher asks questions they are familiar with to get them excited about reading the story. There are cross curricular activities to complete too.
In this daily routines worksheet, students examine 7 clocks. Next to each clock there is a phrase about what will happen at that time of day, such as "have dinner." Students apparently write the time and activity in a sentence. Note: The directions are in Spanish and English.
If your Spanish speakers are learning how to tell time in Spanish, this should probably be one of the first worksheets you give them! Digital and analog clock illustrations are provided for your beginning learners. They identify the time for each clock, and every time is exactly on the hour.
Second graders explore the Puerto Rican culture. In this cultural exploration lesson plan, 2nd graders discover the culture of Puerto Rico. Students read Puerto Rican folktales and make food. After reading the folktales, students summarize and answer comprehension questions.
Students engage in a literature study in order to address the concept of exploring the culture of Puerto Rico. The lesson looks at the culture through the eyes of two children. This helps students to connect to the content of the lesson. Reading the literature helps to improve reading comprehension with the focus on specific details related to life in Puerto Rico.
Seventh graders create an illustrated book about an amazing vacation they have taken or imagined. They interpret a story using aural, visual, and contextual clues to retell the story through art. Students develop interpersonal skills by expressing their opinions and preferences of their peers' ideas.