This Montessori-inspired set of 9 three-part cards can be used to help students recognize and identify media resources. Perfect as an introduction to a research unit, these cards feature high-quality black and white images and easy-to-understand definitions of the most common media resources.
Three-part cards include the picture, definition, label, and a control card with the picture/definition and label together for students to check their work.
Cut out along the lines, optionally color, and laminate.
Use in the ESL classroom, using either the picture or the definition based on which meets each student's grade level and language proficiency. Use as a warm-up, cooperative learning activity with a partner, independent practice, or formative assessment or exit activity.
For the grade-level classroom, use as a cooperative learning activity, center activity, or extended learning for those students who finish their work quickly.