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Angel Island Immigrant Journeys

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
Young historians study the Angel Island Immigration Station with activities examining primary and secondary source materials, maps, and websites. The unit begins with individuals creating a map of Angel Island, labeling sites on the...
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EngageNY Grade 6 ELA Module 4: Reading for Research and Writing an Argument: Insecticides: Costs vs. Benefits

For Teachers 6th Standards
In Module 4, sixth-graders research the question of whether the benefits of DDT outweigh its harmful consequences. Unit 1 challenges investigators to read a novel, informational text, and watch videos to gather evidence about DDT’s uses,...
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EngageNY Grade 6 ELA Module 4: Research: Do the Benefits of DDT Outweigh Its Harmful Consequences?

For Teachers 6th Standards
The search is on for information about DDT, its benefits, and harmful effects. Over 15 units In Module 4, young researchers conduct a WebQuest to find informational texts about the pesticide, learn how to paraphrase information, cite...
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EngageNY Grade 6 ELA Module 3a: Unit 3: Researching and Interpreting Information: How the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Affected the People of San Francisco

For Teachers 6th Standards
To conclude the module, sixth-graders research factual information about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire to make connections to literary texts about the disaster. After learning about the features of a newspaper article, young...
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NGSS Practice Posters

For Students K - 12th
Begin the year with an emphasis on the NGSS practice standards. The resource provides an 8x10 size poster for each standard. When hung in a classroom, learners have a consistent reminder of what it means to be a scientist.
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Question Words 2

For Teachers 3rd - Higher Ed
Que, quien, and como are all words that begin a question sentence. In this PowerPoint, students must fill in the blank of 32 sentences by choosing the correct question word. This presentation is a great assessment tool for your Spanish...
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Questioning

For Teachers K - 2nd
Practice making predictions by looking at the cover of a book. You can use The Hungry Thing, as suggested here, or any other book you may be reading in class. Use the predictions to talk about good reading strategies. A chart is included...
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Asking Questions

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Review the basics of forming questions with this resource. ESL learners can practice forming questions, answering yes and no inquiries, and asking how long something takes. This resource provides a comprehensive exploration of the topic.
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Basic English Grammar: Forming Questions

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Have your ESL class practice forming questions using this resource. Learners discuss how to write yes and no questions, how to form questions using where and what, and the proper use of my, your, his, her, our, and their. This is a...
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Question Words 5

For Teachers 3rd - Higher Ed
You can use this fifth version of "Question Words" to complete fill-in-the-blank sentences with your students. It includes 68 total sentences. Tip: Send this PowerPoint file home with your students to practice at home! 
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Question Words 1

For Teachers 3rd - Higher Ed
Check out this PowerPoint from a series of presentations regarding Spanish question verbs. This first version provides viewers with an explanation of question words, as well as example sentences to practice using them. Note: Find more...
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Question Words 4

For Teachers 6th - Higher Ed
Wow! Seventy-four slides of fill-in-the-blank sentences will provide your students with ample practice using question words: que, cual, quien cuantos, and more! Tip: Use name sticks to call on students to complete these sentences.
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Las Palabras Interrogativas

For Teachers 6th - Higher Ed
Learn how to use the Spanish interrogative words: quien, que, and cuando in this PowerPoint. The correct use of these words are outlined and organized in great detail, followed by ten enrichment question for students to answer. Tip: Ask...
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Interview a Family or Community Member: Taking Oral Histories

For Teachers 3rd - 12th
New ReviewYoung scholars gain insight into how historians record events by engaging in an oral history project. In preparation, class members brainstorm open-ended interview questions and take part in and debrief a mock interview simulation....
2 In 2 Collections
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Researching Digital Sources, Part 2: Guided WebQuest

For Teachers 6th Standards
New ReviewGo surfing for the facts. Scholars continue their work using their Digital Resources on DDT sheet to find information by searching websites. After collecting information, they mix and mingle to hear information discovered by classmates.
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The Five W’s

For Teachers 6th Standards
Let's take the big W. Scholars analyze the model newspaper article Sandy wreaks havoc across Northeast; at least 11 dead and look to answer who, what, when, where, and why. They work in groups of three to complete a Five W’s web...
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Decision-Making

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Making decisions about things like what to do after high school can be a challenge. So many factors are involved. The decision-making worksheet in this resource helps to simplify the process by asking individuals to fill in a matrix for...
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Interview Techniques

For Teachers 8th - 12th Standards
Good interview questions are hard to craft. Young journalists learn how to develop open-ended prompts that elicit in-depth responses, then use their questions to interview a classmate about a teacher that made a significant impact on...
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Question Tags Are Fun, Aren't They?

For Teachers 4th - 6th Standards
Good writing takes practice, doesn't it? Here, a lesson plan emphasizes the importance of using question tags to improve a written piece. A discussion opens a dialogue about the purpose of a question tag. The class reads several...
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Communication Skills

For Teachers 4th - 12th
Good communication skills are key to resolving conflicts. A short video introduces learners to the concept of active listening and provides tips that will help them resolve conflicts. Class members then read articles, analyze scenarios,...
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Reading about Freaky Frogs: “The Amazon Horned Frog"

For Teachers 3rd Standards
The Amazon Horned Frog is the focus of a activity designed to encourage readers to ask and answer questions. A frog-themed poem opens the door to a whole-group discussion. Following a read-aloud of an informational text, a three-page...
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Asking and Answering Questions: Studying the Skin of a Frog

For Teachers 3rd Standards
English language arts and science combine in a lesson that focuses on asking and answering questions about frog skin. Discussion, a read-aloud, and partner work lead the way towards a three-page worksheet that tests learners'...
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Reading about Freaky Frogs: “The Glass Frog”

For Teachers 3rd Standards
Freaky frogs are the focus of a lesson plan designed to boost reading comprehension skills using text features and asking and answering questions. Informational text and a poem supply scholars with animal-related vocabulary and facts. A...
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Asking and Answering Questions: Reading about a Frog's Habitat

For Teachers 3rd Standards
Building upon previous lessons, scholars take to asking and answering questions about a frog's habitat. A partner discussion follows a read-aloud of an informational text in preparation for a worksheet that boosts reading comprehension...