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High schoolers develop their vocabulary skills. In this English skills lesson, students examine the English alphabet as they participate in activities to commit the letters to memory.
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Introduction to the Cherokee Language
O-si-yo! Did you know that Cherokee is the only Native American language that has its own written alphabet? Pairs consult a Dikaneiski, a Cherokee word list, craft sentences using the Cherokee alphabet, and share these sentences with the...
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New Review Proper + Capitalization
Using capital letters in English can seem arbitrary if you don't know the capitalization rules. Guide English learners through the concept of common nouns and proper nouns using the English alphabet with a helpful practice packet.
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Guide your ESL pupils through the second half of the English alphabet. Each slide features one letter (N-Z) and an illustration to accompany the letter. You could use this presentation in the context of a sight word lesson or in a review...
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Alphabet A-M: Beginning ESL Lesson
Bring this fun presentation about the first half of the alphabet to your beginning ESL class. Each slide features one letter, along with a word that starts with the letter and a picture. The slideshow could accompany a lesson about the...
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My Alphabetical Autobiography
Design a pictorial autobiography using the letters of the alphabet. For each letter, writers select visual images that represent life events and interests. Younger writers add words or sentences of explanation while older writers narrate...
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Phonics Help: The Phonic Alphabetic Code Chart
Phonics is a fundamental key to reading success. To help your learners with dyslexia or learning disabilities, try using the phonic alphabetic code chart. The chart and full instructions on how it can be used in the classroom are...
K - 12th English Language Arts