Learn vocabulary on items found in stores
Research prices for items
Decide prices for different store items
Create a super store using a marketing and design plan
Use flaming text, cool text or other apps to create store "marketing material " such as signs
Use PPT, Pixie, Dreamweaver, or Drawpad to determine the best tools for graphic design
Follow the model provided.
** I did this lesson in two weeks, 50 mins to 1hr at a time.
I showed the model first, explained the vocab in it, and the purpose of the lesson. I also did a driverthrough of the technology to be used. Showed them the rubric, self-monitoring checklist, and assigned partners when needed (differentiation, ELL)
Reviewed, then modeled again how I use the vector art (or draw pad art) to create the rectangles, ovals, and other shapes that make the illusion of a department store. They can already be at the computer working along.
Day 3: I focus on vocabulary only, asking students first if they can recognize or attempt to pronounce the L2 words. Then we look for clipart of each word as we discuss it in the L2.
Day 4: Leeway day: Work on what you know so far. Look for preliminaries and how the students are understanding the project.
Day 5: Lesson on pricing, how it changes, and what costs what....and why. Exercises include conducting scavenger hunts of the same items sold in different locations and compare prices. Discuss price fluctuation. Discuss inflation. Discuss "budgeting". Why is it important? What are solutions to be prepared for inflation?
Day 6: Assigning prices. Showing a picture of a typical mall ask the students to "window shop" and assign value to the things they see.
Day 7: Marketing: How to promote an item, whether cheap or not? Lesson on marketing styles and examples of most popular marketing campaigns. Include: IKEA, Macy's, ETC.
DaY 8: Leeway day: Keep working and creating using the info learned: vocab, pricing, design, marketing.
Day 9: Naming a store: What goes in a name? Lesson on BRANDING. Definition, examples, how to expose a brand, who exposes a brand, importance of keeping a brand influencing in a market; brand presence.
Day 10 : "Sloppy Copy" of all stores. All students to offer constructive criticism on each. Attach comments on sticky notes. Stores are to be identified by name only, not by students. Conversation with students.
Days 11 / 12: Leeway to add up everything. Math addition: Create purchase tickets and assign budgets to people in class. -13/14- Publish, show
This is a condensed version of that unit for that week, with its vocabulary, sentence stem, a video for the Paul Bunyan story, a Prezi to practice “first, then, and finally” and series of fill in the blank exercises.
Perfect for ELLs and students who are struggling with ELA vocabulary.
Independent work packet for students to review and practice words that end with the suffix “ful”
The work is intended for regular education students, as well as English language learners.
All directions are stated clearly so that you can assign the work without intervention.
This is primarily to teach in Spanish the phrase "Amo A.....".
It includes key vocabulary to which the phrase can be applied.
Good for conversational Spanish (beginning) and for primary school.
There are two exercises at the end for practice.
There are 8-10 slides total, depending on whether you want to do the exercise or not.
This is a Spanish assessment (can be pre/post) where students are asked the very basics for Spanish survival and keep track of what they know. You can base up to 10 lessons out of this, so that then you can come back and test. It is mainly for elementary Spanish, or for very early beginners.
Students will put their skills on animation, PPT and looking for cool graphics online within the rules of netiquette.
They will find or create a lunchbox, fill it up, and then write/label the inside in both languages! Great for ELL and L2 kids!
Create and describe a gingerbread "person."
Mainly geared to ELL or ELA beginning. Also good for making sentences and re-writing paragraphs.
Includes word completion and a wordsearch with winter vocab.
Great to replicate on Pixie3
You will have fun filling out this board. Students have to think hard of objects, persons, places, foods and other things that begin with the SAME letter that the teacher chooses from the alphabet.
They get limited time to fill out each category until the first person finishes- then everyone has to compare their answers. Great way to see how they think!