This pack contains a total of 79 super – images: I include 28 little super-kiddos, one for each letter in the alphabet. You can now personalize your students worksheets, exams,… You can also print them to use as rewards, practice the alphabet, etc…
This is an activity to help work on preschool pronouns: She, He, His, Her, Him, etc. Cut out all thanksgiving items and place in a pumpkin, basket, or pot (anything that can hold 20+ cards) and then a child picks one. The child them chooses who to
Contronyms are FUN and challenging! This product is a great lesson/ activity for the day before Spring Break or the end-of-the- year! It grabs students' attention. Definitely. Do you know what a contronym is? It's an auto-antonym. "Wicked" means
Flashcards with graphic designs of idioms with the idiom written.Change one letter to correct the idiom.Laminate and use when teaching idioms in a fun way.
This resource includes a PowerPoint, worksheets, activity, lesson plan (complete with an activating strategy, Exit Ticket, etc.) and answer keys addressing the Common Core ELA standards L 11-12.1 and 11-12.1a. The class will explore the different
This is a reading activity for advanced high school Spanish students (or the equivalent in college). It is a collection of selections from Wikipedia on languages, their families, language origin, history of English and history of Spanish. There
Teach vocabulary in any language. Use the cards to discuss verbs associated with the picture, use the cards to describe the food, , how it looks like, what it's made of, how it tastes etc.Use together with other sets of picture flash cards to make
Enjoy this FREE PowerPoint of notes that guides you through the Parts of Speech (now called Form and Structure Classes) and the ten Sentence Patterns as a resource to complement the diagramming sentence worksheets I have posted.
This PowerPoint will instruct your students on how to figure out the stressed syllable of a word, which is the first step in helping them learn to properly use written accent marks in Spanish. It includes explanations, easy-to-follow step-by-step
Use this chart as a cheat sheet for using vowels in their International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) forms.
Great for any beginner! The table format includes the letters in combination that make up the italian sounds. An english example of the pronunciation is included. There are also italian examples according to the sound. The english meanings are
How can students figure out the meaning of words. Give them an advantage by introducing them to Greek and Latin Roots. When they know what the words parts mean, it is easier to figure out the whole word. This product comes with printouts for drawing
Playing Around with Sounds is a phonemic awareness game that is fun for beginning readers. This activity can be used at the beginning of the year after the students have practiced rhyming, counting sounds in a word, flipping (changing) the vowel
This assignment contains examples of logical fallacies and asks students to figure out which fallacy it is. An answer key is included.
When teaching English as a Second Language to Deaf and Hard of Hearing students, this handout identifies manual syntax (note: non-manual features are not identified on handout) of American Sign Lagnuage (ASL). This product is intended to be paired
This is a map of the United States labeled with names of tribes of Native Americans, Native languages, and geographical features. It is hard to find a good map for this topic, one that is legible and accurate. This one is very good.. The
Interesting and Informative Primitive Language Article, Activity & Powerpoint. Learn fun facts about uncommon languages while preparing for CCSS exams. Perfect for beginning of year to introduce guided reading and habits of strong
En français : Feuilles imprimables pour se présenter en français ! Activité complète qui permet de : se présenter et présenter sa famille, ses amis se décrire physiquement et décrire sa famille, ses amis parler de ses hobbies parler d'un talent ou
The unit, written by Pierre Peterson, describes a system for teaching the main parts of speech that will absolutely work with students who are at least fluent in spoken English. It involves replacing an unknown part of speech with a common word
This PowerPoint is part of a series designed to teach your students to properly use accent marks in Spanish. It is a follow up to my PowerPoint about identifying stressed syllables(La silaba tonica), and explains what esdrujula words are and the
This PowerPoint is a continuation of a series designed to teach your students how to properly use accent marks in Spanish. It explains what aguda words are and when they need accent marks. It also provides a review of what students have previously
Here are all 8 exercises -- that's 48 sentences -- to help students apply grammar and rhetoric to their writings. The students model the sentences and indirectly apply a myriad of rhetorical structures from clauses to absolute phrases. They learn
Use the popular Cootie Game to teach Spanish for anatomy, colors, clothing with my variations and additions, or reverse it to teach English. Fun and helpful for children, teenagers, adults, ESL students. It is available for various levels of
The study notes answer the following questions. What doe we need to know in order to master a language? (phonology, syntax, discourse, lexicon, morphology) What does a baby learn about language in the first year? What is segmentation? How is it
This PowerPoint builds on what students have already learned about esdrujula words from the "Clasificacion de palabras 1: Palabras esdrujulas PowerPoint". It is the next step in teaching students to properly use accent marks in Spanish. It explains
Use this as your first night's homework assignment... use the next day as a way to introduce yourself, your personal interests AND talk to students about whether the dictionary they use for homework in your class will be adequate. AND THAT'S NOT
This is a fun, yet effective lesson. The lesson includes a list of eighty Nahuatl words from which twenty words are listed next to a colorful picture. Excellent way to remind students that a great number of Spanish words are derived from the
Students use dictionary skills to look up root word definition. (I break my class into groups. One group finds the root word definitions, the other group finds the root words with prefixes.) Then we look at how the definition changes when a
I designed this reading lesson thinking about my own students who are constantly talking about music/internet technology and Apple products. The primary aim of this lesson is to encourage students to read and comprehend newspaper articles. With
Language changes over time. This PowerPoint and workbook examines the language of The Lord's Prayer from Latin, through Old English and the King Jame's version to the present day. It shows how the syntax, semantics, phonology, lexis and spelling of
Paired with grammar and linguistic instruction of American Sign Language (ASL), this worksheet offers additional rote practice changing verb tense (from simple present to simple past and simple future) in ASL. Worksheet can be used in combination
This year for Thanksgiving honor Native Americans and play Quileute Language Bingo. It's perfect for the historian and the Twilight fans! Included in this set are: * General directions page * 3 pages of authentic Quileute words and phrases *
With this course, I’ve put together the common mistakes that Spanish speakers often make while speaking American English. I’ve supplied explanations on how to avoid these errors, and provided sentence drills to help adapt new speech habits.
THIS STARTS WITH “DANISH LANGUAGE FUN,”a page with basic language background, pronunciation tips, short basic phrase-word-dialog (e.g. Hello, What’s your name, I don’t understand; Again, please, Thanks, What is that, How much, I want one, Where’s a
Cette activité a été créée pour un public universitaire (sujet le XXe siècle) sur les différents pronoms relatifs et le réeemploi. Le sujet de départ est le personnage de Joséphine Baker et sa biographie. - explication de la grammaire - les
This exercise contains both the script and the audio. You can request the audio once you have ordered the script. This exercise helps students to practice Chinese pinyin and tones. Words (all very commonly used Chinese words) are grouped by the
Reading guide and text/photos about the Elian Gonzalez story written in past tense. Many Youtube videos online are available showing news coverage as well to supplement this. It may also be used to begin a deeper discussion on current immigration
This is a 6 minute video about the Christmas celebration of "Las Posadas". We follow a group of neighbors as they go from house to house singing traditional songs and asking for "posada". At the end of the video you see the neighbors gathering for
Help kids and teenagers learn the International Phonetic Alphabet symbols with these accessible IPA symbol tracing pages. Studying the IPA is helpful for those wishing to learn a foreign language, ESL or EFL students, classically-trained singers,
When to use which German past tense and how to form it? This Powerpoint is a great teaching help with past tenses in German.
Gritty Spanish is a Spanish resource geared for the Intermediate-Advanced students. Its a series of short urban stories voice acted by crazy urban and Gritty Latinos from different parts of the Latin world. This free download will give you access
Wanting some ひらがな Cards with a difference for your students? This printable ひらがな Card Set feature shape backgrounds aligned to the specified vowel sounds. This resource has the ability to meet different student ability levels, whilst they are
This single sheet combines 30 pages of information on meaning and usage of different parts of words: prefixes, suffixes, and roots. This single page can be the base of lessons on synonyms and antonyms, figuring out the meaning of a new word by
Beginning Latin students often have trouble knowing when to supply a personal pronoun in a Latin translation. This flowchart will help students learn the process for deciding when a pronoun is needed. It reinforces the habit of beginning with the
This mini pocket book gives students a fun activity to do in classroom. They can cut the paper following the line in the middle and then fold it into a mini book which can be put in pocket and read over and over again after school.