Students take turns reading a story using a book on tape/cd. Special education students are encouraged to control the story telling by using the buttons on the tape/cd player. The instructor should interject with various questions about...
Students listen as the teacher reads the book "What Jamie Saw." They write down the interesting sentences that are encountered. Students jot notes into their journals answering questions about the way Jamie/Patty are feeling. They...
Young scholars listen to a book about Kwanzaa and discuss the holiday and its importance. In this Kwanzaa lesson, students make crafts after they read and discuss the story.
Mary Pope Osborne, Classroom Adventures Program
Strap on those backpacks, it's time to travel through history with this literature unit based on the first four books of The Magic Tree House series. While reading through these fun stories, children create story maps, record interesting...
Listen in as Mia and Sam expound on sound. It is caused by vibrations and travels in waves. It has the qualities of pitch, frequency, and volume. This hip animation displays a graph to depict the frequency and amplitude of sound waves....
Core Knowledge Foundation
A unit by Core Knowledge begins with information about early United States presidents. Pupils then explore social reformers such as Sojourner Truth and Frederick Douglas, abolitionism, women's rights, and more. Participants listen and...
Students identify family members in English. In this language arts lesson, students use English to identify family members and draw a family tree based on auditory information.
Students review language the language of health through a question and answer session. In this health adjectives activity, students use previously learned vocabulary to write speak and write sentences using prepositions as body part...
Learners review the sounds and letters that coorespond to them. Using a voice recorder, they say the sounds and letters being taught at that given time. They use the recorded messages to complete an activity using the letters and sounds.
Pupils draw pictures while following simple instructions. They discuss the importance of following directions explicitly. They discuss the differences between each child's work. They follow a second set of directions.
Students practice the skill of ordering food in a restaurant. After a lecture/demo, students work in pairs. Utilizing a worksheet imbedded in this plan, they gain practice in the skill of ordering food from a menu.
Third graders observe a variety of sights within their schoolyard habitat and sitting quietly back-to-back with a partner describe what they see. The partner sketches the observations, 3rd graders compare drawings with the object described.
Students remember new vocabulary. They say one of the vocabulary words and throw the ball to someone else. That student then has to say a different vocabulary word and pass the ball. Students investigate six to eight new vocabulary words.
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