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JOHN’S EDU MARKET stands out for its unique share of resources and information. Teachers can use these resources to support students as they include well-formulated lesson plans, carefully designed support material, and well-planned worksheets. This platform aims at bringing "Tomorrow's lessons to today's classroom, and today's lessons to a classroom now". The Teacher-Author of this platform is an English graduate, associated with Gems Education as a Subject Leader of English.

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JOHN’S EDU MARKET stands out for its unique share of resources and information. Teachers can use these resources to support students as they include well-formulated lesson plans, carefully designed support material, and well-planned worksheets. This platform aims at bringing "Tomorrow's lessons to today's classroom, and today's lessons to a classroom now". The Teacher-Author of this platform is an English graduate, associated with Gems Education as a Subject Leader of English.
ARTICLE WRITING : FORMATS AND SCAFFOLDING NOTES
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ARTICLE WRITING : FORMATS AND SCAFFOLDING NOTES

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A list of handouts and scaffolding notes on article writing. This download includes: Vocabulary Overview Sample Newspaper Article News Paper Article Format Sample Feature Article Features of a Feature Article Structure of a Feature Article Article Writing Tips Assessment Rubrics Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
OXYMORON WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS
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OXYMORON WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS

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A package of 8 task cards on oxymoron as a figure of speech. This resource includes exercises on: Identifying what’s oxymoronic in the visuals Explaining what’s oxymoronic in the given examples Finding examples for oxymora Forming oxymoronic sentences using given oxymora Demonstrating oxymoron knowledge in writing Determining what’s ironic text extracts Teachers can use these task cards to enhance the vocabulary, reading, language, and writing skills of the learners. Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
WRITING A BIOGRAPHY: LESSON AND RESOURCES
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WRITING A BIOGRAPHY: LESSON AND RESOURCES

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A unit lesson plan with 6 sessions on teaching and learning resources of writing a biography based on New Bloom’s Taxonomy. This download includes: Video: Writing Biographies Scaffolding Notes 1: Vocabulary Overview EXERCISE 1: Compare and contrast a biography and an autobiography. Use the Interactive Venn Diagram to record the difference between autobiography and biography. Scaffolding Notes 2: Biography vs Autobiography Chart EXERCISE 2: Identify the sentences that answer the given questions to show the structure and features of a sample biography. Scaffolding Notes 3: Question Prompts for Biography EXERCISE 3: Determine the author’s use of narrative language and techniques for the given sample biography – Part 1. EXERCISE 4: Determine the author’s use of narrative language and techniques for the given sample biography – Part 2. EXERCISE 5: DIFFERENTIATION - Demonstrate your knowledge of writing a biography by attempting any one of the following tasks. Focus on content, ideas, organization, voice, word choice, vocabulary, sentence structure and conventions as suggested by rubrics. Scaffolding Notes 4: Writing a Biography Rubrics EXERCISE 6: Follow either the graphic organizer or Bio Cube to plan a biography on a chosen person. Scaffolding Notes 5: Biography Graphic Organiser Use Bio Cube from Cube Creator to develop an outline of a person whose biography you want to write. Use specific prompts to describe a person’s significance, background and personality. EXERCISE 7: Follow the biography structure to organise the first draft of a planned biography on the chosen person. Scaffolding Notes 6: Biography Structure EXERCISE 8: Use the checklist to evaluate each other’s work with constructive feedback. Scaffolding Notes 7: Biography Checklist EXERCISE 9: Use the rubrics to evaluate each other’s work with constructive feedback. Scaffolding Notes 8: Biography Rubrics EXERCISE 10: Follow the teacher instructions and student feedback to write the final draft of the drafted biography. Write your own biography and publish it on Writing with Writers. Scaffolding Notes 9: Sample Biography – Helen Keller Scaffolding Notes 10: Transitions – Connective Words Scaffolding Notes 11: Adjective Types and Adverb Types Scaffolding Notes 12: Active Verbs Scaffolding Notes 13: Sentence Types Select Biographies and Memoirs and list them under the headings based on people whose work was in sports, science, engineering, the arts and anything else that may grab a student passing by the table. EXERCISE 11: Read an extract from the biography of Albert Einstein and answer the comprehension questions. EXERCISE 12: Online Exercise: English ESL Biography Worksheets
FIRST AID: PRESENTATION
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FIRST AID: PRESENTATION

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This Presentation that includes First Aid Information on: 1. Sprain 2. Fracture 3. No Breathing 4. Shortness of Breath 5. Heartburn 6. Asthma 7. Heavy Bleeding 8. Epilepsy 9. Stroke 10. Choking 11. Burn 12. Heat Stroke 13. Heart Attack
PEE PARAGRAPH TASK CARDS AND WORKSHEETS
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PEE PARAGRAPH TASK CARDS AND WORKSHEETS

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A package of 10 task cards on PEE paragraph writing. This resource includes exercises on: Making a point, supporting it with an evidence, and explaining. Spotting point, evidence, and explanation. Writing PEE paragraphs. Analyzing a text using PEE Method. Demonstrating PEE knowledge in writing. Trying PEE Method. Teachers can use these task cards to enhance the reading and writing skills of the learners. Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
NOUN PHRASES: 20 WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS
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NOUN PHRASES: 20 WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS

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A unit set of worksheets and answers with 6 sessions on teaching and learning resources of noun phrases based on New Bloom’s Taxonomy. This download includes: EXERCISE 1: List the components of noun phrases and give examples. EXERCISE 2: Classify noun phrases based on their functions and give examples. EXERCISE 3: Name the given nouns and convert them to noun phrases that are equivalent to them. EXERCISE 4: Determine the pattern or the structure of noun phrases. EXERCISE 5: Identify the misplaced and dangling modifiers then suggest corrections. EXERCISE 6: Place phrases within a sentence, recognizing and correcting misplaced and dangling modifiers – 1. EXERCISE 7: Place phrases within a sentence, recognizing and correcting misplaced and dangling modifiers – 2. EXERCISE 8: Use noun phrases to convey specific meanings and add variety and interest to writing. EXERCISE 9: · Demonstrate the mastery of using noun phrases in writing. Focus on components, functions, meaning, structure and meaning as suggested by the rubrics. EXERCISE 10: Explain the organization of noun phrases in sentence patterns. EXERCISE 11: Use noun phrases as subjects, direct and indirect objects, objects of prepositions, predicate nominatives and object complements. EXERCISE 12: Examine and discover the placement of noun phrases in sentences. EXERCISE 13: Answer the given questions to demonstrate command of the conventions of noun phrases. EXERCISE 14: Identify the functions of noun phrases as used in the sentences. EXERCISE 15: Answer the following questions to test your knowledge of noun phrases. EXERCISE 16: Answer the following questions to test your knowledge of the functions of the noun phrases. EXERCISE 17: Answer the given questions to demonstrate command of the conventions of noun phrases. EXERCISE 18: Noun phrase quiz. EXERCISE 19: Identify the structure of noun phrases and determine whether they are pre-modifiers or post-modifiers: EXERCISE 20: Identify the noun phrases and say whether they act as subjects or objects.
DIARY ENTRY FORMAT HANDOUT
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DIARY ENTRY FORMAT HANDOUT

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A compact review of diary entry organized for quick referencing. This Includes: Vocabulary Overview Diary Checklist and Word-Bank Sample Diary Entry Diary Writing Features Diary Writing Format Assessment Rubrics Teachers can use these handouts as ready reference material to remind the learners about the diary writing procedures, thereby helping them to enhance their writing skills. ◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈ Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: ✿ Early Finishers ✿ Tutoring ✿ Sub Tubs ✿ ESL Stations/Centres ✿ Holiday Work ✿ Small Group Collaborations ✿ End of Unit Quick Assessments ✿ Homework ✿ Reinforcement ✿ Enrichment
CATCH A PHRASE - INTERACTIVE STARTERS: PRESENTATION
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CATCH A PHRASE - INTERACTIVE STARTERS: PRESENTATION

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A Presentation that includes interactive activities which can be used as Lesson Starters in a Creative Classroom. These Starters can be used in the Classroom: 1. To prepare learners for new learning. 2. To revisit and practice important skills. 3. To consolidate knowledge from or make links with previous lessons (bridging). 4. To enable pupils to get a better grasp on each return to an idea or concept. 5. To make constructive use of time while pupils shift between one intensive activity to another. 6. When a disruption unsettles a class and they need to ease quickly back into productive work. Because of their short duration: 1. They are particularly useful for little and often revisiting of keywords and concepts. 2. They are useful as brain-break activities. 3. They contribute to engagement by offering a sense of fun. 4. They whether competitive or collaborative, often have the feel of a game.
FORMAL LETTER WRITING: LESSON AND RESOURCES
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FORMAL LETTER WRITING: LESSON AND RESOURCES

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A unit lesson plan with 6 sessions on teaching and learning resources of formal letter writing based on New Bloom’s Taxonomy. After completing this unit students will be able to: SESSION 1 - REMEMBERING: Recognise and retrieve the key elements of a formal letter. SESSION 2 - UNDERSTANDING: Interpret and classify the authorial techniques in a formal letter. SESSION 3 - APPLYING: Implement and execute formal letter writing techniques. SESSION 4 - ANALYSING: Explore and demonstrate the knowledge of formal letters in writing. SESSION 5 - EVALUATING: Check and critique a sample formal letter. SESSION 6 - CREATING: Compose and produce the final formal letter. This download includes: FLIPPED LESSON: Video - Know the Rules of Formal Letter Writing LESSON STARTER: List the differences between Formal and Informal Letters – use VENN DIAGRAM to spot the similarities as well. SESSION 1: REMEMBERING - RECOGNISE-RETRIEVE EXERCISE 1: Find, list and label the structure and features of a formal letter. Scaffolding Notes 1: Structure and Features of Formal Letter SESSION 2: UNDERSTANDING - INTERPRET-CLASSIFY EXERCISE 2: Explain the use of the language, the vocabulary and the impact of it in a formal letter. Scaffolding Notes 2: Impact of Language and Vocabulary in a Formal Letter Scaffolding Notes 3: Author’s use of Language in a Formal Letter SESSION 3: APPLYING - IMPLEMENT-EXECUTE EXERCISE 3: Use a planning frame to arrange a sample formal letter. Scaffolding Notes 4: Planning Frame of a Formal Letter SESSION 4: ANALYSING - EXPLORE-DEMONSTRATE EXERCISE 4: Use the template to organise a draft of a sample formal letter. Scaffolding Notes 5: Formal Letter Template SESSION 5: EVALUATING - CHECK-CRITIQUE EXERCISE 5: Use the checklist and the rubric to evaluate each other’s work. EXERCISE 6: Use the PQP and TAG technique to peer-review each other’s work with constructive feedback. Scaffolding Notes 6: Formal Letter Checklist Scaffolding Notes 7: PQP and TAG technique SESSION 6: CREATING - COMPOSE-PRODUCE EXERCISE 7: Integrate the feedback and write a formal letter. Scaffolding Notes 8: Formal Letter Prompt DIFFERENTIATION: EXERCISE 8 - Write a letter to people unknown following the FORMAL LETTER FORMAT. Scaffolding Notes 9: Formal Letter Rubrics PLENARY: EXERCISE 9 - Answer the given questions to demonstrate your knowledge of the formal letter on Kahoot. HOME LEARNING: EXERCISE 10: Use Letter Generator to write a letter to your Class Teacher telling him/her how you spent your holidays. EXERCISE 11: Letters of Persuasion EXERCISE 12: Letters of Request EXERCISE 13: Letters of Complaints and Responses EXERCISE 14: Letters of Social Business
READING POETRY: TITANIC - UNIT LESSON PLANS AND RESOURCES
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READING POETRY: TITANIC - UNIT LESSON PLANS AND RESOURCES

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A unit plan on poetry comprehension with 6 sessions on teaching and learning of the poem, “The Titanic” by Gillian Clarke based on New Bloom’s Taxonomy. This download includes: POEM: The Titanic by Gillian Clarke EXERCISE 1: Match the meanings (A-M) with the expressions (1-13) they refer to. EXERCISE 2: Find the meaning of certain expressions: words and phrases in the poem. EXERCISE 3: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the poem. EXERCISE 4: Analyse the development of vocabulary over the course of the text. EXERCISE 5: Read the poem and briefly summarise the meaning of each stanza. EXERCISE 6: Determine the central idea of the poem and analyse its development. EXERCISE 7: Identify what the poem says both explicitly and implicitly. EXERCISE 8: Determine what can be inferred when the text says what it says. SCAFFOLDING NOTES 1: Common Comprehension Types EXERCISE 9: Prepare your own comprehension question types with answers from the text. EXERCISE 10: Use textual clues to answer the comprehension questions. SCAFFOLDING NOTES 2: Poetry Elements Criteria EXERCISE 11: Use the specified criteria to find poetry elements of the poem. EXERCISE 12: Analyse the impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone. EXERCISE 13: Answer the questions to check your understanding of poetry elements. SCAFFOLDING NOTES 3: PEE (Point-Evidence-Explain) Model EXERCISE 14: Use PEE (Point-Evidence-Explain) model to analyse the poet’s use of figurative language in the poem. EXERCISE 15: Answer the questions to check your understanding of the figures of speech used in the poem. EXERCISE 16: Answer the questions to check your understanding of the use of figurative language in the poem. EXERCISE 17: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative meanings. EXERCISE 18: Use PEE (Point-Evidence-Explain) model to analyse the poet’s use of sound poetic devices. EXERCISE 19: Answer the questions to check your understanding of the figures of speech used in the poem. EXERCISE 20: Determine the connotative meanings of the words and phrases in the poem. EXERCISE 21: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including connotative meanings. SCAFFOLDING NOTES 4: PEEL (Point-Evidence-Explain-Link) Technique EXERCISE 22: Write PEEL (Point-Evidence-Explain-Link) paragraphs about the use of figurative language in the poem. EXERCISE 23: Write PEEL (Point-Evidence-Explain-Link) paragraphs about the use of sound poetic devices in the poem.
FACTUAL DESCRIPTION LESSON AND RESOURCES
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FACTUAL DESCRIPTION LESSON AND RESOURCES

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A lesson plan that presents teaching and learning resources on factual description. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Recall descriptive vocabulary for a descriptive writer. Describe nouns using sensory language. Spot the features of a descriptive paragraph. Compose a short descriptive piece using language referred by the descriptive toolkit. This Resource Includes: Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes Vocabulary Overview - Factual, Description Flipped Lesson Part - Video - Factual Description Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Pogo on Logo Success Criteria - Factual Description Checklist Collaborative Group Tasks – Pair-Share, Think-Write, Write-Share Scaffolder Notes - Factual Format, Descriptive Toolkit Mini-Plenary with Critical Thinking Questions – 3 Online Quizzes Assessment Criteria for Outcome Expectations - Rubrics Differentiated Activities for Level Learners - Writing Task by Outcome Extensions to Challenge the High Achievers - Video Prompt Plenary to Assess Learning Outcomes - PEEL Technique Home Learning for Reinforcement – 5 Task Cards Common Core Standards - ELA-LITERACY.W.6-8.3abcde Skills to be addressed during the Lesson - Social and Cognitive Educational Tools and Resources - Connectives, Adverbs, Verbs, Adjectives Teachers can use this resource to teach the students to do factual description, thereby helping them to enhance their writing skills. Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
THE ROAD NOT TAKEN BY ROBERT FROST - CLASSROOM RESOURCES - BUNDLE
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THE ROAD NOT TAKEN BY ROBERT FROST - CLASSROOM RESOURCES - BUNDLE

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A bundle of 4 resources on poetry comprehension - The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. This bundle includes: Scaffold Notes: Handouts, Rules, Strategies, Rubrics, Guides Worksheets, Exercises, and Task Cards Unit Plan, Lessons, Sessions, Resources Ready to Use PowerPoint Presentation Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
IDIOMS: WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS - 12 EXERCISES
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IDIOMS: WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS - 12 EXERCISES

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A unit set of worksheets with answers on vocabulary lesson idioms. After completing this unit students will be able to: Recall the meaning of common idioms. Determine the meaning of unknown words and phrases. Clarify the meaning of multiple-meaning words and phrases. Analyse the use of idioms and their purpose in writing. Verify the meaning of a phrase by checking the inferred meaning in context. Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships and nuances in word meanings… This download includes: EXERCISE 1: Interpret and verbalise pictures of idioms and give meaning. (I = Idiom; M = Meaning) EXERCISE 2: Match the meanings with the common idioms they refer to. EXERCISE 3: Select the appropriate idiom for the blank. EXERCISE 4: Find meaning for the familiar idioms and expressions. EXERCISE 5: Find the meaning for the following familiar idioms. EXERCISE 6: Frame sentences with the given body related idioms. EXERCISE 7: Fill in the blanks with meanings of common idioms which students really need to know. EXERCISE 8: What can you infer when the idiom says what it says. EXERCISE 9: Match the idiomatic expression used here with its real meaning. EXERCISE 10: Test your understanding on clothing idioms. EXERCISE 11: Test your understanding on animal idioms. EXERCISE 12: Demonstrate the mastery of using idioms in writing. Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES: UNIT LESSON PLAN AND RESOURCES
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CONDITIONAL SENTENCES: UNIT LESSON PLAN AND RESOURCES

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This Unit Lesson Plan is perfect for teaching Sentence Structure – Conditional Sentences – Zero, First, Second, Third and Mixed. These no prep activities would be great for ELA lessons or ELA centers. Your students will love these exercises that are carefully planned for student engagement. After attempting these New Bloom’s Taxonomy-based activities students will be able to: Match the terms associated with conditionals with their meanings. Consider the usage and formation to identify the verbs that exemplify the conditionals in the given text. Form and use conditionals to achieve particular effects. Illustrate the structure of conditionals relating them to condition and results with tenses. Identify the common mistakes made by beginners in the use of conditionals in writing. Produce well-written conditional sentences keeping in mind the formation and usage to express probability, possibility and hypothesis. Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment More Sentence Structure Resources by the same Author: Simple Sentence Structure Compound Sentence Structure Complex Sentence Structure Compound-Complex Sentence Structure Sentence Kinds by Structure Sentence Kinds by Function Cumulative Sentences Sentence Word Order Conditional Sentences
IRONY TYPES READY TO USE LESSON PRESENTATION
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IRONY TYPES READY TO USE LESSON PRESENTATION

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A lesson presentation that presents teaching and learning resources on irony. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Identify and define three types of irony. Cite evidence to explain the three types of irony and provide examples of each type. Cite and explain examples of the three types of irony to demonstrate a command of the skill. This Resource Includes: Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes Vocabulary Overview - Irony Flipped Lesson Part - Video - What is an Irony? Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Ironic Images Success Criteria - Irony Checklist Scaffolded Notes - Irony Elements Collaborative Group Tasks – Pair-Share, Think-Write, Write-Share Mini-Plenary with Critical Thinking Questions – 3 Online Quizzes Assessment Criteria for Outcome Expectations - Rubrics Differentiated Activities for Level Learners - Writing Task by Outcome Extensions to Challenge the High Achievers - Exercise Plenary to Assess Learning Outcomes - PQE Technique Home Learning for Reinforcement – 3 Worksheets and Online Exercises Common Core Standards - ELA-LITERACY.L.6.5/7.5a/8.5/9-10.3 Skills to be addressed during the Lesson - Social and Cognitive Educational Tools and Resources - Adverbs, Verbs, Adjectives, Connectives Teachers can use this resource to teach the students to identify texts as ironic, thereby helping them to enhance their reading, vocabulary, and writing skills. Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
ADVERTISEMENT DESIGNING LESSON PRESENTATION
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ADVERTISEMENT DESIGNING LESSON PRESENTATION

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A lesson presentation that presents teaching and learning resources on advertisement designing. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Gain understanding of the features of advertisements. Analyse advertisements based on persuasive techniques. Find out what makes an effective advertisement. Plan and design an advertisement. This Resource Includes: Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes Vocabulary Overview - What is Advertising? Flipped Lesson Part - Video - What is Proofreading? Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Audience of the Ads Success Criteria - Advertising Checklist Scaffolding Notes - Advertising Features Collaborative Group Tasks – Pair-Share, Think-Write, Write-Share Mini-Plenary with Critical Thinking Questions – Online Quiz Assessment Criteria for Outcome Expectations - Rubrics Differentiated Activities for Level Learners - Writing Task by Outcome Extensions to Challenge the High Achievers - Worksheet Plenary to Assess Learning Outcomes - Plenary Placards Home Learning for Reinforcement – 4 Task Cards Common Core Standards - ELA-LITERACY.W.9-10.1abcd/2/4 Skills to be addressed during the Lesson - Social and Cognitive Educational Tools and Resources - Adverbs, Verbs, Adjectives Teachers can use this resource to teach the students to design advertisement, thereby helping them to enhance their skills. Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
OXYMORON FIGURE OF SPEECH BUNDLE
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OXYMORON FIGURE OF SPEECH BUNDLE

4 Resources
A bundle of 4 resources on oxymoron. This bundle includes: Handouts: Vocabulary, Oxymoron Details, Rubrics Worksheets, Exercises, and Task Cards Lesson Plan with Resources Ready to use PowerPoint Presentation Teachers can use these ready-made resources to enhance the vocabulary, language, grammar, reading, and writing skills of the learners. Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
PEE PARAGRAPH WRITING BUNDLE
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PEE PARAGRAPH WRITING BUNDLE

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A bundle of 4 resources on PEE paragraph writing. This bundle includes: Handouts: Vocabulary, Method, Template, Rubrics Worksheets, Exercises, and Task Cards Lesson Plan with Resources Ready to use PowerPoint Presentation Teachers can use these ready-made resources to enhance the vocabulary, language, grammar, reading, and writing skills of the learners. Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment
IBL: INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING
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IBL: INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING

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Inquiry-based learning (also enquiry-based learning in British English) starts by posing questions, problems or scenarios—rather than simply presenting established facts or portraying a smooth path to knowledge. The process is often assisted by a facilitator. This Resource Covers: 1. Meaning of IBL 2. Why Inquiry 3. Inquiry Components and Procedures 4. Inquiry Levels and Benefits 5. Facilitator's and Learner's Role 6. Inquiry Challenges and Outcomes 7. Resources to Implement IBL
STORY GENRE FEATURES AND TEMPLATE HANDOUTS
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STORY GENRE FEATURES AND TEMPLATE HANDOUTS

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A compact review of story genres and story template organized for quick referencing. This Includes: Vocabulary Overview Story Genres Story Template Assessment Rubrics Teachers can use these handouts as ready reference material to remind the learners about the scaffolds required for alternate ending story, thereby helping them to enhance their writing skills. Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: To challenge early finishers For effective tutoring As ESL stations and sub tubs As holiday work and homework For small group collaborations For an end of unit assessments For reinforcement and enrichment