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Use songs as a bridge to analyzing traditional poetry. Start with the bonus figurative language activities, then teach the 8 Steps for Annotating Songs as Poems, and finally move to analyzing Elvis Presley's full song "In the Ghetto" as a poem. This is a free sample from Poetry Made Easy: Teach 5 So
Directions: Here is a story of Elvis Presley and his rise to stardom. The story has missing words! The different numbers underneath each blank represent the different letters of each word. There is a key at the bottom of the page with a few hints to help you get started. Fill in the rest of the lett
Grades:
5th - 12th
Comprehension Questions for the Who Was? Series book.Includes:VocabularyComprehension QuestionsText Passage AnalysisMaking ConnectionsDrawingsTest Prep QuestionsSummarizing
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2nd - 5th
Study Guide of the WhoHQ series Who Was Who Was Elvis Presley?Study by reading the book or listening to the mp3.Answers are not included for now, but easy to find from the book.
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Not Grade Specific
I used pictures from an Elvis Calendar and posted them on the bulletin board. These sentences relate to the pictures, but are labeled with each part of speech, including the different types of nouns, verbs, and pronouns. This gives students a visual example of how grammar is used. The Elvis pictures
Grades:
9th - 12th
It's a worksheet where students need to do some pre- and post-listening tasks as well as complete the gaps while listening to this marvelous song.
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
An Elvis song and video with the lyrics changed to review perfect squares. I use this a lot to motivate students. I'm not Elvis so it's not my work, but it is very catchy and the kids love it!
Grades:
3rd - 8th
Students learn how Elvis Presley became famous, then design a sparkly jumpsuit for the King of Rock n Roll. This lesson plan includes:Story about Elvis PresleyMaterials ListPrep StepsArt ConceptsStep-by-Step InstructionsColoring PageReflection QuestionsSuggestions for Alternative LearnersResourcesPh
- FREE YOUTUBE VIDEO- https://youtu.be/jMybjc75pu4Elvis gives us three great tips to get our morning started off in the right direction, without all the hurry! 1) Write A Tomorrow List: Your morning starts the night before. Write down the three things you want to accomplish. As you sleep your mind w
A fun trivia game involving 1960s celebrities such as Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, Bruce Lee, Groucho Marx and so on.
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Runs off Adobe AirSeventies Part 1 includes these events:1. Apollo 13 2. Elvis and Nixon meet3. Kent State4. Nixon goes to China5. Jane Fonda6. Bobby Fisher and Boris Spassky7. Olympic Terror8. Secretariat9. Bruce Lee and Enter the Dragon10. Twin Towers11. Pocket Calculator12. Energy Crisis13. High
Help These iconic artist to find their nationality. 4 funny labyrinths to learn more about Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Michael Jackson and Carlos Gardel, all of them great musicians. (available in spanish too)
Course outline for the History of Rock and Roll: Chapter 1. Outline includes large topics and basic information on 1950s musical style, and artists, including Robert Johnson, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and Buddy Holly. Study packet is ready to use for students. Also includes a so
Grades:
8th - 12th
In this 157 page power point lesson, you will learn all about different types of spiders, fun facts about spiders, and an educational song that teaches more facts about spiders (sung by Spider Elvis!) LOLAt the end of the educational song and lesson, there is a fun review quiz.Gorgeous, gorgeous, go
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In this power point lesson, ESL learners and literacy students will learn 12 points of regular routine auto care. You'll also sing my original song, "Everywhere I go, My Car Is There." The voice singing the song is made to sound like Elvis, so there is a lot of humor in this song and this cute, inf
You have to find twelve words that reflect the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. The first page includes the title, your name to write, instruction, crossword puzzle, 'Across' and 'Down' meanings, and 3 clip arts (2 separate groups of cards and 1 boy impersonating the late Elvis Presley). The second pa
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Not Grade Specific
Last year, my fifth graders enjoyed this "Bring an Idiom to School Day" activity. They brought simple items, such as a ball with the picture of an eye taped to it (eye on the ball), or a potato chip that they placed on their shoulder (chip on my shoulder). Some of the students went all out. For e
Notting Hill is a 1999 romantic comedy film directed by Roger Michell. The screenplay was written by Richard Curtis, author of Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), and the film was produced by Duncan Kenworthy.There are some activities about the characters, one activity about a special scene (the bro
This 33-slide PowerPoint serves as a general introduction to the 1950s. I used it before teaching Catcher in the Rye, but it could serve as an overview of a decade for a history class, or for any novel of that period. It includes "Fast Facts" and "Big Ideas" and touches on the emergence of automatio
The1950's Note Sheet goes with the color coded 1950's PowerPoint by the same seller. This PowerPoint and Note Sheet covers the key events that shaped the U.S. socially, politically and culturally during the 50's. This NoteSheet allows students to take notes quickly and efficiently by using the fill
Be inspired - and inspire others - by sharing these quotes - on your school's website, in parent newsletters, on your walls - wherever! Included: 19 posters of music quotes, including: - "The only thing better than singing is more singing." - Ella Fitzgerald - "Music has the power of producing a ce
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This is an activity that I use with my 7th Graders. It is a fun way to get them thinking about goals for the year or a unit. (It is easily transferable to younger grades.) It is great to have up on the walls during Back to School Night, Open House, or conferences. I like to pull them back out at
This free resource is meant to accompany any of the 20 genre PPTs listed below. Enjoy! There are 20 Genres to choose from on over 400 beautifully designed slides including: ragtime, gospel, blues, jazz, country, swing, folk, pop, bluegrass, R&B (Rhythm and Blues), Rock & Roll, Soul, Rock,
Preview the new fire:Same people different videos and add and reconstructing.http://031a9e6.netsolhost.com/root/AdobeAir/FireNew2021B.mp4Or See why Billy wrote this song anyway!Preview the file at:http://031a9e6.netsolhost.com/root/ColdWar/BillyExplains.mp4Billy Joel sings about all the interesting

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