The Newspaper Activities is a nice document that allows your students to increase their reading skills, as well as their speaking and writing skills in English. This document is actually very good for elementary school students, as well as if you are teaching ESL.
Here is an overview of what students are to do:
: Worksheets are created to be used with articles found in a newspaper. Easy to find... You may already have newspapers to give to your students or you may also ask them to go online, find an article to read, then present to the class with the questions they are to answer in these worksheets.
: 7 worksheets are provided for all levels and learning styles.
Students are to answer the questions provided in the worksheets that are presented in the following formats:
- Regular questions asked to verify if they understood the articles.
- Visually with mind mapping to find the main idea.
- From questions to be answered with a section that allows the students to cut and glue the article. .
: If you have ESL students, this could be a nice activity for Immersion time, by asking them to tell the class about the article and have other students ask him/her questions.
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Same document is available for students learning to speak French
French Newspaper Activities for all levels, French 1, 2, 3, 4
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