The focus of this lesson is for students to gain an understanding of ALLITERATIONS. They are engaged because the format is done as a filing system where they click on tabs to get the information. There are funny clip art animations, and YouTube videos that keep the kids engaged and wanting to learn. There is a challenge game at the end that students can challenge each other with, or a family member. Students are asked to independently create their own working definition of ALLITERATION in a fun and interactive way.
My students can't get enough of these highly engaging PowerPoint because they are all ANIMATED with VIDEO CLIPS. This can easily be used in any classroom for a fun lesson to teach this content. I also use this as a reference tool for students to continuously refer back to if they need a refresher. This helps differentiate the needs of my diverse learners.
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INCLUDED INSIDE THE POWERPOINT:
*Make printables from the PowerPoint slides to help reinforce student learning.
*I can statements to help students focus their learning.
*Hyperlinked screen to help students "jump" to their area of need.
*Challenging journal questions at the end to prove student understanding.
*Student Practice: Students are given practice opportunities to help them reinforce their learning.
This is an ADVANCED POWERPOINT and works for computers that have PowerPoint Version 2010 or 2012.
Due to the large file size I could not get the videos and animations to work on the preview. They will all work on the purchased versions though.