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Middle schoolers use this connotation and denotation worksheet to develop vocabulary skills. They take notes on the terms, study examples, and choose from pairs of words to find the more positive or negative word choice, as directed....
Young readers view the video "Problem-Soving: Math Episode 2." They discuss the strategies featured in the video. They brainstorm some school-based problems such as, trash on the playground, noise in the hallways, limited handicapped...
Walk your class through the process of writing an explanation using this resource. Learners often have to write a how-to explanation for such simple tasks as making a peanut butter sandwich. This presentation identifies key components of...
Students identify fantasy details from a fairy tale they have read and give an explanation of how they know it is a fantasy detail. In this fantasy detail lesson plan, students make a list from the fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood.
Students examine how to conduct simple investigations and use simple equipment to gather data. In this magnet lesson students decide what types of objects are attracted to magnets.
In this grammar worksheet, students identify and define the difference between active voice and passive voice. They also indicate whether they are using the active or the passive voice in the 20 sentences listed by filling in the blank...
Students use the scientific method and see the relationship between explanation and evidence as they investigate the effects of violence on young viewers.
Students fill out a lesson plan, just like their teacher. For this how to lesson, students discover the components needed in a lesson plan. Students plan a lesson and share it with the class.