ENGAGE your students and KEEP their attention by using multimedia to teach!
THE COMPLETE BUNDLE OF SUPERHEROES TO THE WRITING RESCUE MULTIMEDIA FILES– BAM, POW, WOW!
This BUNDLE includes:
*These files are sold separately on my TpT store. This is a discount bundle. A SHORT CLIP IS PROVIDED. YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE INDIVIDUAL PRODUCT PAGES FOR A SNEAK PIC AT THE CLIPS.
Do you need mini-lessons to teach your students about WRITING? Are you ready to motivate your students to write? Then this MULTIMEDIA BUNDLE is just for you! This BUNDLE will provide an engaging hook to your writing min-lessons.
The words are catchy and motivating. The superheroes’ graphics will keep your students’ attention as they teach them how to become more proficient writers. BAM, POW, WOW is a fun visual and kinesthetic way to teach your young writers how to evaluate their writing.
Mini-Lesson slides are included at the end of ALL the songs. Use these “Ready-Made-Charts” to teach your students about writing skills including mechanics. Teach, practice, and review with these files.” Use the “BAM, POW, WOW!” slides to help your students evaluate their own writing. Motivate your students to become SUPER WRITERS!
This BUNDLE contains 6 Quick Time multimedia files. They can be used on any computer, Smart Board, Interactive Whiteboard, or digital projector. They are READY to USE. You can PAUSE during any of the slides and use as a teaching point. CLICK ON THE PREVIEW BUTTON to see/listen to a clip.
”Letter Superheroes,” “Punctuation Superheroes,” “Spelling Superheroes,” “Idea Superheroes,” “Opinion Superheroes,” and “Narrative Superheroes” are part of the Super Heroes to the Writing Rescue multimedia series by Kathy Griffin. Music performed, recorded, and produced by Lane A. Lollar and Maury Tindle at Studio Two Recording, Tulsa, OK. studiotworecording.com. Words by Kathy Griffin and music by Lane Lollar © Copyright 2013.
Permission is granted to original purchasers to use in their own classrooms. No other part of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems without permission in writing from the publisher.
These multimedia files are aligned with the Common Core standards.