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In this geography worksheet, students complete activities on 16 worksheets pertaining to the geography and culture of the countries of the United Kingdom. This is intended for ESL students.
Explore English vocabulary by utilizing occupational vocabulary terms. ESL students identify several words regarding a job or daily tasks that a person takes care of. Students answer role-play questions in the English language.
Students role play a visit to the doctor's office to practice communicating their symptoms to a health professional. They view an internet example of a patient discussing a medical issue with a doctor and then pair up to share doctor/patient conversations. This instructional activity is designed for high school and adult English Language Learners.
In this ESL reading comprehension activity, students discover quilting as they survey vocabulary, read a selection, and respond to 6 matching questions, 10 true or false questions, and complete up to 4 activities.
This online, interactive worksheet helps English language learners practice identifying the correct article among four options. Feedback is immediate by clicking on the answer button following each questions. It includes 15 questions that focus on famous historical figures.
Students learn the history of their name, and create a biopoem. Students learn the pronunciation of native language names, cultural identify and pride in home language and culture.
In this ESL comprehension worksheet, students read or listen to a passage, complete warm-up activities, then a wide variety of before, during, after and homework activities. Answers are included.
First graders examine what their family buys at the supermarket. In this consumer education lesson, 1st graders read the book The Supermarket by Gail Saunders-Smith, discuss what foods their family buys at the supermarket, and create their own booklets.
Learners research specific information for the United Nations and present them in a PowerPoint presentation. They connect with another student in in their country of research by emailing them. They create a blog of creative writing pieces about their research country.
Intended for young English language learners, these worksheets offer scaffolding for youngsters to practice writing the names of colors and shapes. The first provides the most help, and the third provides almost no help at all. Scaffolding helps learners succeed.
Students learn to recognize spelling errors and correct them. In this proofreading lesson, students observe as the teacher models reading a story backwards for errors. Students take out their drafts of stories and correct them by reading backwards.
Fourth graders identify facts and opinions as it relates to real advertisements. They create their own advertisements using fact and opinions to sell their product.
In these English Language vocabulary worksheets, learners learn vocabulary words for family by tracing the words and then printing the words on the lines.
Young English language learners trace color vocabulary words on the lines and match it to the correct illustration. A visual and direct approach to developing color vocabulary!
English language learners review names of colors and shapes, creating a sentence for each color or shape provided. Each vocabulary word includes two lines of handwriting paper to guide young learners' letter formation.
In this English Language vocabulary worksheet, students use the pictures to help them identify the fruit words and then use the words to complete the crossword puzzle.
Third graders read and respond to the book, The Birchbark House. In this reading comprehension lesson plan, 3rd graders read the text and complete comprehension questions for each chapter. Students define several vocabulary words, specific to the chapter read during class.
Explore animal habitats with your class. They will investigate animal habitats and select an animal to research, provide details on, illustrate, and create a written piece on. They write sentences to create a story about an animal habitat of their choice that share with the class.
A perfect activity for pre-kindergarteners or young English language learners, this lesson plan provides plenty of opportunities to practice simple greetings orally. After the teacher models a simple introduction using sentence strips, learners play a game where they pass cellphones around a circle to music and when it stops the pupils holding the phones must greet each other. There is also a worksheet for homework included.
First graders discover healthy eating habits by discussing their family supermarket purchases. In this food economics lesson, 1st graders read the story The Supermarket by Gail Saunders-Smith and identify the foods they regularly eat at home. Students utilize a mock shopping card to participate in a shopping role-play activity.