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CLAUSE TYPES: READY TO USE LESSON PRESENTATION

CLAUSE TYPES: READY TO USE LESSON PRESENTATION

A Lesson Presentation that presents Teaching Resources in Clause Types. This presentation presents perfect teaching resources that will help the teachers to walk into the classroom with ready to teach confidence as it covers all that a teacher and a student need for a language lesson on Clauses. This Presentation Includes: Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Learning Objectives and Outcomes Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Differentiate Phrase, Clause, Sentence Overview of Vocabulary for a Clauses Lesson Flipped Lesson Part - Video - What is a Clause? Space for Peer Teaching - Clause Types and Structure Scaffolded Notes to Support the Learners - Pair-Share Collaborative Group Tasks – Think-Write-Share, Shared-Writing Mini-Plenary to Test Student Understanding – 3 Clauses Quizzes Assessment Criteria for Outcome Expectations - Rubrics Differentiated Activities for Level Learners - 4 Tasks Extensions to Challenge the High Achievers - Place Comma in Correct Place Plenary to Assesses Learning Outcomes - Key Words linked to Topic Success Criteria for Self Evaluation - My Clauses Checklist Home Learning for Reinforcement - Use Coordinators and Subordinators Common Core Standards - ELA-LITERACY.L.6.3a/L.7.1c/L.9-10.1b Skills to be addressed during the Lesson - Social and Cognitive Educational Tools and Resources for Student Outcome - Sentence Types Teachers can use this presentation to give a complete knowledge and understanding of Clauses to the learners, thereby helping them to enhance their language skills.
john421969
Taboo intermediate

Taboo intermediate

Cut out these cards and let your students play taboo. Split your class in two groups, the first student of group A has to describe the word on the card - he/she is neither allowed to talk any word in her mother tongue nor to say one of the words below the pictures. If a group guesses the word in about 30 seconds, they´ll get a point. Play it in tur… You can download Part 1 here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/taboo-11797693You
Olynj
Writing a Business Email

Writing a Business Email

5 Page document written for Year 11 English Studies Students are given Business email conventions handout. Examples of Informal / Formal Emails Points to keep in mind when writing Emails 2 Emails to try - Formal and Informal
teen91113
Compare & Contrast Accounts - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Compare & Contrast Accounts - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Students explore standard RI.4.6 with this playlist. They will compare and contrast a firsthand and secondhand account of the same event or topic. Students will describe differences in the focus and the information presented. Students also have the option to listen to instructional audio and complete practice quizzes or activities. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 4 links to instructional videos or texts • 1 link to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes two multiple choice questions and one matching question • Definitions of key terms, such as firsthand and secondhand • Examples of how to identify firsthand and secondhand accounts and differentiate between them • An excerpt from “The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass” by Frederick Douglass • An excerpt from “The Story of My Life” by Helen Keller • "Douglass’s Escape from Slavery " by the Library of Congress • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities on certain parts of the standard, such as symbolism and allegory • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Describe Text Structure - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Describe Text Structure - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standard. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 8 links to instructional videos, audio, or texts • 2 links to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes five multiple choice questions • Definitions of key terms, such as text structure and chronological • Examples of how to accurately identify and describe text structures • “Got Butterflies? Find Out Why” by the CDC • An excerpt from “Nelly Ratner Myers, Oral History” by the National Park Service (NPS) • An excerpt from "Book About Animals " by Rufus Merrill • "Going Bananas " by Wisewire • “Stranded” by Wisewire • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Words and Phrases - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Words and Phrases - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standard. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 4 links to instructional videos or texts • 1 link to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes four multiple choice questions and one matching question • Definitions of key terms, such as affix and domain-specific words • Examples of how to use context clues to determine meaning of general academic and domain-specific words • “Meet The Maya” by Wisewire • An excerpt from "Thirsty? Have a Comet! " by NASA • “Where Do Old Satellites Go when They Die?” by NASA • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (depth of knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Summarize the Text - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Summarize the Text - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Students explore standard RI.4.2 with this playlist. They learn how to determine the main idea in a text. Students summarize the text and use key details in their summary. Students also have the option to view instructional videos and complete practice quizzes or activities. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 2 links to instructional videos or texts • 3 links to practice quizzes or activities • Definitions of key terms, such as key detail and summary • 1 assessment that includes three multiple choice questions, one fill-in-the-blank question, and one true or false question • “Douglass’s Escape from Slavery” by the Library of Congress • “Frightfully Good: The Science of Being Scared” by Wisewire • “How Much Is Your Money Worth?” by Wisewire • “Pounds for Pennies” by Wisewire • “Who Was Alan Shepard?” by NASA • “A Legend on the Ice” by Wisewire • “A Modern Day Tale of Gift of the Magi” by Wisewire • “Diagnosis” by Wisewire • An excerpt from “The Cat, the Cock, and the Young Mouse” by Aesop • “The First Voyage of Sinbad” by Logan Marshall • “The Little Hero of Haarlem” by Sara Cone Bryant • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Main Idea and Key Details - Fourth Grade - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Main Idea and Key Details - Fourth Grade - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standard. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 3 links to instructional videos or texts • 2 links to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes three multiple choice questions and two fill-in-the-blank questions • Definitions of key terms, such as topic sentence and key detail • Examples of how to find a topic sentence in a passage • “Feelin’ Frazzled” by the CDC • “Seahorses” by Wisewire • An excerpt from “Ten Common Trees” by Susan Stokes • “The First Immigrant Landed on Ellis Island” by the Library of Congress • “What is Origami?” by Wisewire • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (depth of knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Informational Texts - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Informational Texts - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standard. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 4 links to instructional videos or texts • 1 link to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes five multiple choice questions • Definitions of key terms, such as summary and main idea • Examples of how to write an effective summary after identifying the main idea and key details of an informational text • “Feelin’ Frazzled” by the CDC • “Seahorses” by Wisewire • “What is Origami?” by Wisewire • “The First Immigrant Landed on Ellis Island” by the Library of Congress • An excerpt from “Discoverers and Explorers” by Edward R. Shaw • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (depth of knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Compare and Contrast Two Texts - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Compare and Contrast Two Texts - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Our playlists are “no prep” Common Core aligned lessons designed for small group work, homework, remediation, or extension around a single standard. This content-rich multimedia lesson integrates original instruction with web-based resources to guide students through the rigors of the aligned standard. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 3 links to instructional videos or texts • 1 link to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes two multiple choice questions and one sorting question • Definitions of key terms, such as compare and contrast • Excerpts from several texts that allow students to compare and contrast key details and important points presented in two texts on the same topic • An excerpt from “The Every-Day Life of Abraham Lincoln” by Francis Fisher Browne • “Cosmic Car Crash!” by NASA • “The First Transcontinental Telegraph System Was Completed” by the Library of Congress • An excerpt from “Samuel Finley Breese Morse” by Hattie E. Macomber • An excerpt from “The Story of Young Abraham Lincoln” by Wayne Whipple • An excerpt from “Thirsty? Have a Comet!” by NASA • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK levels
Wisewire
Logical Connections in a Text - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Logical Connections in a Text - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Students explore standard RI.3.8 with this playlist. They will describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in a text… Students will take a closer look at how an author uses cause and effect and sequencing. Students also have the option to view instructional videos and complete practice quizzes or activities. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 1 link to instructional videos or texts • 4 links to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes one true or false question and one matching question • Definitions of key terms, such as text structure • An excerpt from “Robert Fulton” by Hattie E. Macomber • An excerpt from “American Leaders and Heroes” by Wilbur F. Gordy • An excerpt from “The Great Round World” by Julia Triott Bishop (editor) • “Why Is the Moon So Scarred with Craters?” by NASA • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
Wisewire
Information from Illustrations - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Information from Illustrations - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Students explore standard RI.3.7 with this playlist. They will use information gained from illustrations and the words in a text to demonstrate understanding of the text. Students will read and follow visual instructions. Students also have the option to view instructional videos and complete practice quizzes or activities. <strong>This product includes:</strong> • 2 links to instructional videos or texts • 9 links to practice quizzes or activities • 1 assessment that includes two matching questions and one fill-in-the-blank question • “What Causes the Seasons?” by NASA • An excerpt from “Handicraft for Girls” by Idabelle McGlauflin • An accompanying Teaching Notes file <strong>The Teaching Notes file includes:</strong> • Additional activities and writing prompts to help your students explore the standard • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • An answer guide with correct answers, answer choice rationales, and DOK (Depth of Knowledge) levels
Wisewire