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8 resources with the keyterm oral

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Communication Skills in Employment Situations

For Teachers 7th - 8th
Students enhance their oral and written communication skill while preparing their interviewing skills. They create landscape designs using appropriate proportion and plant symbols.
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A Storytelling Festival

For Teachers 3rd - 6th
Learners examine oral storytelling examples from Native American cultures. They select stories to present orally to the class as part of a storytelling festival. They also think of familiar customs and create their own stories.
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Learning to Orally Share Poetry

For Teachers 4th
Fourth graders study poems. In this poetry lesson, 4th graders orally state a poem in an interesting way.
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Giving Oral Directions

For Teachers 2nd
Student practice giving directions. In this giving oral directions lesson, 2nd graders play Simon Says, identify differences between clear and unclear directions, and practice giving someone else directions in the room. Students use a...
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Oral Hygiene

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Students investigate the importance of oral hygiene.  In this oral hygiene lesson students complete several activities that help them better understand the importance of dental hygiene. 
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Giving an Oral Book Report

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Middle schoolers give an oral book report. In this language lesson, students choose their favorite book and take notes to help with their book report. They complete a written and oral report focusing on the setting, main character,...
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Following Directions

For Teachers 2nd
Second graders practice giving and following three-and four-step oral directions. They are explained that they are going to be given three- and four-step oral directions for them to follow. Students are told that you (teacher) are not...
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Meet the Press

For Teachers 4th - 12th
Students give their book reports as oral "Meet the Press" type interviews. They team up with another student "reporter" and answer questions about main idea, details, and the point of view.