ESOL Recognize Basic Questions
Students review information questions with who, what, when and where. They orally practice answering questions as a class then work in pairs to practice all questions and answers orally.
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Analyzing the Internet for English Learners
English language learners explore the Internet! First, they discuss common Internet vocabulary such as homepage, results, images, etc. Then, they complete a scavenger hunt where they visit Google, Yahoo, and MSN webpages and explore...
3rd - Higher Ed English Language Arts
A strong writing resource, designed for high school or college-level writers, guides learners through crafting persuasive arguments. The packet not only provides examples of a variety of argumentative strategies, it gives pointers on how...
11th - Higher Ed English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Why Do We Hate Love?
How does adolescence shape adult identity? After reading Car Pickhardt's article "Adolescence and the Teenage Crush" individuals respond to a series of text-based questions and then join a discussion of how experiences shape our attitudes.
Higher Ed English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Understanding What Reading Is All About: Teaching Materials for Adult Basic Education Learners
Adult special education learners focus on literacy across 13 detailed lessons. They utilize real-life text interactions to learn about components of reading, word analysis, sight words, fluency, vocabulary, and spelling. There is also a...
10th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Effective Literary Analyses
After modeling how to write responses to literature that provide an interpretation, recognize ambiguities, nuances, and complexities, class groups are presented with short stories and/or art transparencies and asked to craft their own...
Higher Ed English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN--Level 3--Obtaining Employment
Students, after reviewing an extensive list of work-related vocabulary terms on the board, examine in detail how to use those terms in work-related real life situations with action verbs. To practice mastery, charades are played using...
Higher Ed English Language Arts
Effective Communication: Listening, Speaking, Writing, Interpreting
Help young learners become active listeners and strong public speakers with a set of activities that range from paraphrasing, to discussions, and self-reflection. Additionally, the lessons address social media skills and non-verbal...
7th - Higher Ed English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Lesson 12: What Reasonable Conclusions are Possible?
Oftentimes, we jump to conclusions when we are given a limited amount of information. Take a look at reasonable conclusions with your communications studies class. If-clauses, dichotomous thinking, and assumptions are all covered with...
11th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Literary Analysis: Summary vs. Analysis
What is the difference between summary writing and literary analysis? A 16-slide presentation offers some basic requirements for both types of writing and helps readers identify each based on keywords used in both types of writing....
7th - Higher Ed English Language Arts