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Each month I publish a free Newsletter on my website World Language Classroom Resources. You can download the September 2011 edition here, which focuses on warm-up activities and class starters in the world language classroom as well student goal setting. Be sure to follow me on TPT and you will b
PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
A independent out-of-class assignment. It covers a wide range of skills and modalities. It is intended to encourage students to be creatively engaged in language through a variety of activities that give the student freedom of choice.
Each month I publish a free Newsletter on my website World Language Classroom Resources. You can download the September 2012 edition here, which focuses on understanding culture through my experience teaching in Nicaragua. Be sure to follow me on TPT and you will be notified each month when the ne
PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
I was conferencing with a student about "I Survived the Attacks on 9/11" As the student was summarizing the book, he said, "Ms. W, it was really crazy. The planes crashed into the World Trade Center and a ton of people died. It was really scary. I am so glad it was just a book." It was after this
This is a small sampler of the larger product: Language Arts Grab and Go Centers by the Month: September. Grades 3-6 Need help planning your daily Language Arts rotations? Look no further! This sample product gives you a taste of the larger product that has all your centers you need, planned for th
Take a visit around your school or class stations to learn about all 20 Spanish countries that we celebrate during Hispanic Heritage month. Between September 15 and October 15, students enjoy learning about the capitals, food, landmarks, currency and flags of these Hispanic nations. Stamp the passpo
This is a free sample of a writing activity that helps familiarize students with parts of speech, similes, metaphors, and transitions. The complete bundle can be purchased at 50% off here: Writer's Shopping Spree Bundle by Teacher’s Palette Instead of going on a regular shopping spree, students
Elementary and Music Teachers love this Patriotic songs, readers theater or music program script for any PATRIOTIC holiday. Easy to use and flexible script choices. Comes with Lyrics for 7 songs (sung to familiar tunes), 2 writing activities and various script options. An essential resource for grad
Septemer 15th is International Dot Day, or September 15th “ish”, as the International Dot Day website says. This is a day set aside to celebrate creativity and collaboration using Peter Reynold’s book “The Dot.” I have designed four easy Dot Day activities to do with kids in the classroom that I hop
September 19th, 2012, marks the 10th anniversary of "International Talk like a Pirate Day!" Seriously, it's an actual holiday celebrated all over the world. So let's celebrate! What better way to commemorate such an important occasion than to spend the day talking like pirates and researching the l
Want World Language teaching tips, lesson plans, and exclusive freebies every month? Try this month's sample and join my Free Resource Library if you'd like to see other editions.Here's what's included in the September edition:* Inspirational classroom signs* How to cure the lonely teacher blues* H
International Sign Language Day is a day for students to recognize that ASL is indeed another language and learn how to sign their name. In 2020 this day was recognized on September 23rd, but this day was only one day in the week that is internationally recognized. This product has some tasks for th
September 11th {9/11} Interactive Timeline Activity ~ Reading for Grades 4-8This activity is meant to be an independent activity for students in grades 4-8. Lower level students may need some scaffolding.UPDATED September 2017. Items 6 and 14 have been changed due to changes in the timeline itself.
Enjoy these quick and easy printables for Patriot Day. Each page has different images that students can color. There are three black-and-white printable worksheets with WH- questions about September 11th and three black-and-white blank thank you letters to first responders for students to fill out.
Have your students design quilt squares for Memorial Day or September 11th to remember the soldiers or heroes that have died. Put the quilt squares together to make a class remembrance "quilt". Included also are activities for traits of a hero, examples of everyday heroes, and an acrostic poem fo
This free reading comprehension passage describes September 11 and its aftermath in the United States. Students will read, answer three multiple choice questions, two short response questions, and one extended response question using the RACE Strategy. No-prep, just print and go!This Download Contai
Discuss the events of 9/11 and rhetorical analysis with your students with this September 11 Rhetorical Analysis Free Activity. This resource includes: A teacher introduction page & suggested lesson plan George W. Bush's 9/11 Address to the Nation Rhetorical Analysis Questions Answer Key If
This freebie is a separate unit from the New Year's Unit. Click NEW YEAR'S ACTIVITIES 247 Teacher to see the FULL New Year's Unit!Celebrate the New Year by singing Auld Lang Syne with your students. In this FREEBIE are two sets of lyrics. One with the main verse and chorus in large print. The ot
1st - 6th
Looking for a nonfiction reading response activity? This freebie is a nonfiction assignment for secondary students. Included are a specific article students can read AND questions. → A link to a nonfiction article (published in September 2013), titled "Congrats Tokyo, Now Meet the Olympics Curse.”
In this lesson students will learn about pinwheels and couplets. Then, they’ll complete a brainstorm filled with wishes that they have for their lives. Next, they’ll turn their brainstorm into four different couplets. After improving their couplets, they’ll write their poetry on a pinwheel shape. Fi
Phrases, titles, product names, and exaggerations constructed with numbers--we quote them, hear them, see them, but seldom stop to think how useful they are. In this brain teaser, they are the stars. Treat your students to a view of our language from a different angle with this two-part download
Journal Prompts for everyday of the month! Includes: - print and go pages for the Primary grades - with room for illustrations - print and go monthly calendars for the Junior grades (print out calendars - give one to each student and post the calendar somewhere in the room - students copy the promp
This is a one page list of prompts for a Writer's Notebook designed with the month of September in mind! I use composition notebooks for my students' Writer's Notebooks. We write for 2-5 minutes in the notebooks about 4 times a week. These prompts are meant to get kids writing! Students can use
3rd - 6th
[[September 11th Memorial Series]] Minor errors and mistakes fixed and stylistic changes made. Updated as of 9-12-2015! September 11th Narrative Account & Assessment Teach a Major Part of Modern American History with this Engaging Narrative! Grades 5-12—10+ Pages! Product Overview/Preface:

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