This activity will give students much needed practice with active listening and comprehension skills. Great for practicing test preparation skills. Designed for ELL students, but essential skills for all students! The students are given a question
This word document includes a brief lesson regarding Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, a writing assignment with rubric, and a 15 question quiz about Maslow's Hierarchy and answer answer key. The writing assignment asks students to describe their past,
The third season of the series continues to deal with the entire towns' day to day pressures of life decisions, heartbreak and hardships. This is the senior year for many of the major characters and they continue to grapple with expectations,
This is the final season of this highly acclaimed series that was nominated for and received Emmys, program of the year, outstanding drama series, etc.Your students will once again love the characters, relate to their story lines, as they embody the
Voici une grille de préparation et d'évaluation pour un projet de recherche présenté avec un diaporama (PowerPoint, Prezi ou autre). Les élèves s'engagent à se pratiquer au moins deux fois à la maison. Ils s'auto-évaluent ou demande à un parent de
File includes a four-page list of test questions and examples for reasoning and fallacies. List includes nine multiple-choice questions with answers indicated and three written questions. The multiple-choice questions focus on reasoning while the
There is an outline for a Debate 1 class - vocabulary for LD,CX,and Policy debate. Also outline for competition debating. Definition of Officers duties. Sample journal for debate class.
Season Two study aids are a viewing quiz as well as discussion and writing prompts. Season Two of the award wining series continues with all the original characters facing new pressures and challenges. Students identify with these characters and
"Yesterday's Warrior" is a memoir written by a young female from Southern Minnesota. This is a heartbreaking and disturbing story of a young girl who slips into the dark hole of addiction. Heather has troubles at home, at school, and with her
"Breakfast At Tiffany's" is a mid sixties American romantic comedy starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard. The story is loosely based on a novella by Truman Capote. In 2012 this film was said to be "culturally, historically, or aesthetically
Kids love technology and this is a great way to show parents, teachers and students just how much they have progressed in therapy. If you have a webcam or video camera and you can record your students, use this script as an easy way to hear all the
Ten discussion questions/writing prompts to help connect what happened in Romeo and Juliet’s time to modern life. Discuss the questions in class, assign them for journal writing, or put them on exams as essay questions.
This is the complete introductory unit I use with my public speaking classes. Included in the purchase are 7 complete power points containing 7-20 slides each and 2 separate quizzes and answer keys to match the material. The power points cover the
This download includes 10 files. I used this for a semester-long Speech / Public Speaking course. Included: Seven (7) PowerPoint presentations 1 review document 1 document containing speech topics 1 chapter test No answer keys are included.
After learning about the Population Dilemma's in Europe, students specifically focus on Dilemma Two: An Aging Population, which meets Social Studies standard 126.96.36.199.3. Students write a problem/solution speech identifying the problem, causes,
This Student Self-Reflection Form will help student to generate evidence about understanding, performing dialogue and help them to adjust their current learning tactics.
Excerpts "Of Plymouth Plantation" by William Bradford This lesson includes the following: - Step-by-step instructions - 3 page excerpt from "Of Plymouth Plantation" by William Bradford - Matching audio links for each excerpt to use with
Students will demonstrate the ability to: 1. identify and produce vocabulary for basic activities 2. indicate personal preferences 3. understand the preferences of others Standards: Communication, Comparisons L1: Demonstrate command of conventions
Students will demonstrate the ability to: 1. describe themselves 2. express personal preferences and interests 3. provide biographical information about themselves 4. plan and structure a presentation by setting goals and maintaining organization 5.
Students will demonstrate the ability to: 1. describe others 2. express the personal preferences and interests of others 3. provide biographical information about others 4. convert information provided in the first person into information presented
Need a new set of "First Day" Activities?This 3 page set contains two interactive and one individual activity to be used the first day of school. The first activity has students up and moving as they find classmates that have similar likes to each