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Whether viewed as a whole class, or individually, this PowerPoint is a fabulous resource for teaching and reinforcing the rules of pronouns. There are 22 slides total; the first nine explain the differences between subjective, objective, direct, indirect, and possessive pronouns. It finishes with a quick test containing 10 multiple-choice questions.
Students explore biology by creating a report for the class. In this oceanography lesson, students research and identify the survival characteristics of a list of freshwater animals by utilizing the Internet and library. Students complete ocean species worksheets before creating a presentation based upon a specific freshwater animal.
New to presentation software? Whether used as a teacher resource or to inspire your class, the step-by-step procedures detailed by a tutorial from Inspiration Software will insure top-flight slide presentations. Examples, illustrations, extensions and adaptations are included.
The conversational style of the sentences (Some exercises are actual dialogues, which could make good oral language practice.) in this practice sheet makes it perfect for ELD class or native speakers. The five exercises here encompass regular and irregular verbs, past and present tense, affirmative and negative, and declarative and interrogative forms. Learners fill in the blanks in each sentence using the correct form of the given verb. I'd assign pairs to complete, rehearse, and present to the class.
Practice your speaking skills! Using a chosen visual aid, pupils present a previously written essay to the class. During the oral presentation, the listeners identify and write down the author's purpose and a question for the author. At the end of the presentation, the speaker answers questions and reviews the purpose.
Partners create oral presentations about a short story or poem incorporating audiovisual aids. Then they make presentations to their classmates. Linked story map will help guide readers' organization of their presentation; self-assessment checklist would be best used as learners plan their presentations.
How's the weather today? Elementary and middle schoolers plan severe weather awareness day in this lesson on research presentations. They present their research reports, along with their action plan and any other associated products (models, web pages, etc.) to the rest of the class or school.