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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 : LESSON AND RESOURCES
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ARTICLE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES

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A ready to use lesson plan that presents teaching and learning resources on article writing. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Recall article writing techniques. Apply authorial technique to write articles. Analyse author’s use of language and the impact of it in writing an article. Demonstrate command of the conventions of article in writing. This download includes: Vocabulary Overview - Articles, Features, News Story Real Life Application and Cross-Curriculum Links Flipped Lesson Part - Videos Success Criteria - Article Writing Checklist Lesson Starter: Matching the topics with the titles. Discussion: Article Writing Tips Structure of a Feature Article Features of a Feature Article Collaborative Tasks: Pair-Share: Analyzing a feature to spot the parts of an article. Think-Write: Providing the paragraphs with suitable topic sentences. Write-Share: Choosing a topic to write an article. Mini-Plenary: 2 Online Quizzes Assessment Rubrics Differentiated Tasks: Demonstrating article writing skill. Extensions: Writing prompts to write articles to health magazines. Plenary: Answering multiple choice questions on article writing. Home Learning: Identifying the structural elements of a news story. Thinking of creative titles for the given short articles. Matching the given first paragraphs with the topic sentences. Thinking of an appropriate conclusion to given paragraphs. Common Core Standards: ELA-Literacy-Writing - 6-8.1a-e/4/7 Skills: Social and Cognitive 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
PEE PARAGRAPH WRITING LESSON AND RESOURCES
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PEE PARAGRAPH WRITING LESSON AND RESOURCES

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A lesson plan that presents teaching and learning resources on PEE paragraph writing. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Understand the characteristic language of texts. Acquire knowledge of PEE technique to analyse a text. Comment on the purpose, context, style, audience, register, and tone of the given text. This Resource Includes: Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes Vocabulary Overview - PEE, Point, Evidence, Explanation Flipped Lesson Part - Video - How to Nail a PEE Paragraph Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – PEE SNIKKERS Success Criteria - PEE Checklist Scaffolding Notes - PEE Method, PEE Template Collaborative Group Tasks – Pair-Share, Think-Write, Write-Share Mini-Plenary with Critical Thinking Questions – 2 Online Quizzes 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 - PQP Technique Home Learning for Reinforcement – 4 Worksheets with Answers Common Core Standards - ELA-LITERACY.RL.8.1/RI.8.8/SL.8.1a/L.8.4a/W.8.2b 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 use PEE method to analyze a text, thereby helping them to enhance their reading 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
NOTE-TAKING LESSON AND RESOURCES
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NOTE-TAKING LESSON AND RESOURCES

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A lesson presentation that presents teaching and learning resources on note taking. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Identify the importance and usefulness of note-taking skills. Evaluate the accuracy and efficiency of various note-taking strategies. Prepare notes from lectures, texts, videos, and activities. This Resource Includes: Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes Vocabulary Overview - Note Taking, Reading Flipped Lesson Part - Video - Note Taking Methods Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Guess the WALT Success Criteria - Note Taking Checklist Collaborative Group Tasks – Pair-Share, Think-Write, Write-Share Scaffolder Notes - Rules, 5 R’s, Format, Abbreviations 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 - Note Taker Plenary to Assess Learning Outcomes - The Plenary Dice Home Learning for Reinforcement – 5 Task Cards Common Core Standards - ELA-LITERACY.RI.9-12.1-3/W.9-12.4 Skills to be addressed during the Lesson - Social and Cognitive Educational Tools and Resources - Connectives Teachers can use this resource to teach the students to take notes, thereby helping them to enhance their reading 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
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
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
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
FORM FILLING: WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS
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FORM FILLING: WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS

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A package that contains 10 worksheets on form filling. This resource includes exercises on: Comparing forms Identifying the purpose of forms Creating Google forms Filling forms Retrieving information to fill the forms Teachers can use these task cards to enhance the vocabulary, language, comprehension, and writing skills of the learners. ◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈ 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
SIMPLE SENTENCE STRUCTURE: POWERPOINT PRESENTATION - 22 SLIDES
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SIMPLE SENTENCE STRUCTURE: POWERPOINT PRESENTATION - 22 SLIDES

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A ready to use PowerPoint presentation that presents teaching and learning resources of simple sentence structure based on New Bloom’s Taxonomy. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Recall the properties of sentences with examples. Identify the parts of simple sentences with examples. Think of simple sentences to go with the given pictures. Implement the properties of simple sentences to discover their structure. Assess and verify the correct use of simple sentence patterns in writing. Create simple sentences with the given sentence structure and pattern. This download includes: Scaffolding Notes 1: Vocabulary Overview EXERCISE 1: Compare and contrast a phrase, clause and sentence. Use subject, verb and complete thought as criteria to differentiate. Use YES and NO to identify the difference. Scaffolding Notes 2: Phrase-Clause-Sentence Chart EXERCISE 2: Identify the properties of sentences in the given examples. Scaffolding Notes 3: Parts of a Sentence EXERCISE 3: Identify the parts of sentences. EXERCISE 4: Identify the parts of a simple sentence with examples. Scaffolding Notes 4: Features of a Simple Sentence EXERCISE 5: Answering questions to demonstrate the knowledge of sentence structure. EXERCISE 6: Think of a simple sentence to go with each picture. EXERCISE 7: Implement the properties of simple sentences to discover their structure. Scaffolding Notes 5: Structure of a Simple Sentence EXERCISE 8: Answer the following to recognise variations in sentence structure as used in writing. EXERCISE 9: Assess and verify the correct use of simple sentence patterns in writing. EXERCISE 10: Create simple sentences with the given sentence structure and pattern. EXERCISE 11: Demonstrate the mastery of the use of simple sentence structure in writing. Scaffolding Notes 6: Sentence Structure Rubrics EXERCISE 12: Identify the following as phrase, clause and sentence. EXERCISE 13: Identify subject and predicate from the given sentences. EXERCISE 14: Identify the subjects and verbs then decide whether the verbs are transitive or intransitive. EXERCISE 15: Put each group of words together in a sentence. EXERCISE 16: Complete each sentence by adding either a subject or a predicate.
SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT: 14 WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWER KEY
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SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT: 14 WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWER KEY

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Ready to use worksheets with answer key that present teaching and learning resources of a grammar lesson on subject-verb agreement based on New Bloom’s Taxonomy. After working with these worksheets students will be able to: Identify the parts of a sentence (subject and verb). List and explain the basic rules of subject-verb agreement. Examine and discover the agreement of subject and verb in a sentence. Explain the organisation of subject and verb in a sentence pattern. Verify and correct the mistaken subject and deceptive agreement. Create and compose new sentence patterns with subject-verb concordance. This download includes: EXERCISE 1: Match the terms (1-10) with their meanings (A-J). EXERCISE 2: Identify subjects and verbs as used in the given sentences. EXERCISE 3: Watch the video - Subject-VerbAgreement - to fill in the correct form of the verbs in the brackets. EXERCISE 4: List and explain the basic rules of subject-verb agreement with examples. EXERCISE 5: Supply an appropriate linking verb that agrees with the subject in each of the sentences and the visuals. EXERCISE 6: Examine and discover the agreement of subject and verb in a sentence – Part 1. EXERCISE 7: Examine and discover the agreement of subject and verb in a sentence – Part 2. EXERCISE 8: Explain the organisation of subject and verb in a sentence pattern. EXERCISE 9: Verify and correct the mistaken subject and deceptive agreement – Part 1. EXERCISE 10: Verify and correct the mistaken subject and deceptive agreement – Part 2. EXERCISE 11: Create and compose new sentence patterns with subject-verb concordance. EXERCISE 12: Demonstrate the mastery of the use of subject-verb agreement in writing. EXERCISE 13: Correct the errors in subject-verb agreement in the following paragraph. EXERCISE 14: Circle the correct verb in each of the sentences. 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
DEFINITE AND INDEFINITE ARTICLES - A, AN AND THE - WORKSHEETS
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DEFINITE AND INDEFINITE ARTICLES - A, AN AND THE - WORKSHEETS

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These Worksheets with Answer Key are perfect for teaching Definite and Indefinite Articles – ‘A’, ‘An’ and ‘The’. These no prep activities would be great for ELA lessons. Your students will love these challenging exercises that are well-designed for student engagement. This download includes: EXERCISE 1: Match the terms (1-6) with their meaning (A-F). EXERCISE 2: Answer the following questions. List the uses (2 uses) of the articles ‘a’ and ‘an’ used before nouns singular in number. List the uses (5 uses) of the article ‘the’ used before nouns singular or plural in number. Describe the exceptions (2 exceptions) connected with the articles ‘a’ and ‘an’. EXERCISE 3: Identify the words from the examples that show the uses of indefinite articles. EXERCISE 4: Identify the words from the examples that show the uses of definite article. EXERCISE 5: Identify the words from the examples that show the uses of no article. EXERCISE 6: Identify the articles, definite (the), indefinite (a and an) and no article (Ø), as used for countable and uncountable nouns. EXERCISE 7: Add the indefinite articles (a or an) to determine each of these words. EXERCISE 8: Use a noun to name each picture. Think of an indefinite article to go before the noun. EXERCISE 9: Fill in the blanks with correct articles (a, an and the) or zero article (Ø). EXERCISE 10: Insert either ‘a’ or ‘an’ in each space so that the sentences make sense. EXERCISE 11: Complete the following sentences using either definite or indefinite articles. EXERCISE 12: Choose the correct articles to determine the nouns or adjectives. EXERCISE 13: Identify the usage of definite and indefinite articles in given sentences. EXERCISE 14: Identify the usage of definite article in the given sentences. EXERCISE 15: Identify the given sentences that are correct or incorrect in the use of an article or no article. EXERCISE 16: Write a sentence about each picture and include ‘a,’ ‘an’ and ‘the’. EXERCISE 17: Attempt any one of the activities to demonstrate your mastery in using articles in writing. EXERCISE 18: Fill in the blanks with suitable articles. EXERCISE 19: Choose a correct article in each sentence. EXERCISE 20: State the usage of the definite articles in the sentences. EXERCISE 21: Use indefinite articles - a or an to fill in the blanks. EXERCISE 22: Circle the indefinite articles and underline the definite article. EXERCISE 23: Circle the indefinite articles and underline the definite article used in the six little stories. EXERCISE 24: Identify the articles used in the 14 hilarious laws.
SUSPENSE STORY WRITING : LESSON PRESENTATION
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SUSPENSE STORY WRITING : LESSON PRESENTATION

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A ready to use lesson presentation that presents teaching and learning resources on suspense story writing. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Acquire knowledge of the techniques that create sustaining suspense. Analyse plot diagram for a suspense story. Demonstrate command of the conventions of suspense in writing. This download includes: Vocabulary Overview - Suspense, Cliffhanger, Mystery Real Life Application and Cross-Curriculum Links - Science, Math, Social Studies Flipped Lesson Part - Prezi Presentation Success Criteria - Suspense Story Checklist Lesson Starter: Matching the lesson vocabulary with their meanings. Discussion: Creating Suspense Using Genre Elements Creating Sustaining Suspense Story Components Plot Diagram Plot Template Story Starters Collaborative Tasks: Pair-Share: Writing what most likely would happen next to given scenes. Think-Write: Using the graphic organizer to plan and narrate a suspense story. Write-Share: Reading the story, “Velvet Ribbon” to visualize final scene. Mini-Plenary: 4 Online Exercises Assessment Rubrics Differentiated Tasks: Demonstrating the skill of suspense in writing. Extensions: Using the planning sheet from Mystery Cube to write a Suspense Story. Plenary: Reading the instruction and selecting the appropriate answer. Home Learning: Thinking of an alternate ending with suspense to the given story. Thinking of a story, “The Student Who Cried Teacher” to pull a false alarm. Choosing a set of three elements to write a suspense story. Writing a suspense story on given situation. Common Core Standards: ELA-Literacy-Writing - 6-8.3a-e/5/10 Skills: Social and Cognitive 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
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
DAFFODILS BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH - TASKS AND EXERCISES
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DAFFODILS BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH - TASKS AND EXERCISES

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A set of 15 task cards and exercises on poetry comprehension – Daffodils by William Wordsworth. After working with these worksheets students will be able to: Analyse the poem to make a critical appreciation. Identify the poetic devices and explain how they are used in the poem. Annotate the lines of the poem with reference to context. This resource includes: Completing summary for the poem (Exercise 1) Identification of poetry elements (Exercise 2) Critical appreciation of the poem (Exercise 3) Planning to write poems (Exercise 4) Selecting correct option to answer questions (Exercise 5) Meanings of expressions and filling blanks (Exercise 6) Identification of poetic devices (Exercise 7) Explanation of the poetic devices as used in the poem (Exercise 8) Creating poems (Exercise 9) Answering questions with options (Exercise 10) Summarizing the meaning (Exercise 11) Identification of annotation elements (Exercise 12) Annotating the lines of the poem (Exercise 13) Analyzing poems (Exercise 14) Answering comprehension questions (Exercise 15) 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
SENSORY IMAGERY: POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
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SENSORY IMAGERY: POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

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This PowerPoint Presentation is perfect for teaching Sensory Imagery – Auditory, Visual, Olfactory, Gustatory and Tactile. 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: Identify the correct definition of imagery types – visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory and tactile. Examine word-pictures used as imagery in a given text. Show examples of writing that allow readers to visualise, hear, touch, taste or smell in their imagination. Interpret word-images sensory imagery creates in a text and explain the author’s purpose in using it. Evaluate author’s use of imagery to create word images in a text. Use sensory imagery to create vivid descriptions and word images in writing. 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
DIARY WRITING LESSON AND RESOURCES
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DIARY WRITING LESSON AND RESOURCES

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A lesson plan that presents teaching and learning resources on diary writing. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Develop an understanding of diary entry. Acquire imaginative skills and techniques required for diary entry. Use sequences of sentences and paragraphs that are linked smoothly to demonstrate knowledge of diary entry. This Resource Includes: Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes Vocabulary Overview - Diary, Chronicler, Journal Flipped Lesson Part - Video - Diary Entry Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Same Answer Success Criteria - Diary Entry Checklist Scaffolding Notes - Diary Writing Format 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 - 5 Online Exercises Plenary to Assess Learning Outcomes - Diary Entry Features Home Learning for Reinforcement – 4 Task Cards Common Core Standards - ELA-LITERACY.W.6-8.3abcde/4 Skills to be addressed during the Lesson - Social and Cognitive Educational Tools and Resources - Adverbs, Verbs, Adjectives, Connectives Teachers can use these resource to teach the students to make a diary entry, 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
SUSPENSE STORY WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
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SUSPENSE STORY WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES

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A ready to use lesson plan that presents teaching and learning resources on suspense story writing. After completing this lesson, the students will be able to: Acquire knowledge of the techniques that create sustaining suspense. Analyse plot diagram for a suspense story. Demonstrate command of the conventions of suspense in writing. This download includes: Vocabulary Overview - Suspense, Cliffhanger, Mystery Real Life Application and Cross-Curriculum Links - Science, Math, Social Studies Flipped Lesson Part - Prezi Presentation Success Criteria - Suspense Story Checklist Lesson Starter: Matching the lesson vocabulary with their meanings. Discussion: Creating Suspense Using Genre Elements Creating Sustaining Suspense Story Components Plot Diagram Plot Template Story Starters Collaborative Tasks: Pair-Share: Writing what most likely would happen next to given scenes. Think-Write: Using the graphic organizer to plan and narrate a suspense story. Write-Share: Reading the story, “Velvet Ribbon” to visualize final scene. Mini-Plenary: 4 Online Exercises Assessment Rubrics Differentiated Tasks: Demonstrating the skill of suspense in writing. Extensions: Using the planning sheet from Mystery Cube to write a Suspense Story. Plenary: Reading the instruction and selecting the appropriate answer. Home Learning: Thinking of an alternate ending with suspense to the given story. Thinking of a story, “The Student Who Cried Teacher” to pull a false alarm. Choosing a set of three elements to write a suspense story. Writing a suspense story on given situation. Common Core Standards: ELA-Literacy-Writing - 6-8.3a-e/5/10 Skills: Social and Cognitive 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
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
XBL: XPERIENCE-BASED LEARNING
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XBL: XPERIENCE-BASED LEARNING

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Experiential learning is a well-known model in education. Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory defines experiential learning as "the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience. Knowledge results from the combination of grasping and transforming the experience. This Resource Includes: 1. XBL Assumptions 2. XBL Benefits 3. Kolb's XBL Cycle of Four Elements 4. XBL Attributes 5. Education is a Six-Step Process 6. XBL Characteristics 7. XBL Principles 8. XBL Criteria 9. Facilitator’s XBL Role 10. XBL Forms 11. XBL Resources
ABL: ART-BASED LEARNING
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ABL: ART-BASED LEARNING

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At the community level, arts-based teaching and learning may focus on improved outcomes for special populations or for the community as a whole. To affect knowledge of the arts, for example, schools may provide instruction in visual arts, music, dance, or drama, perhaps integrating these four disciplines. Classroom models bring art activities to students in a regular classroom setting. An “artist-in-the classroom” or “artist-in-residence” works cooperatively with the students’ regular teacher to plan and implement art or arts-based lessons. This resource includes: 1. What are “arts-based teaching and learning” practices 2. How are arts-based teaching and learning practices implemented 3. What are the effects of arts-based teaching and learning practices 4. Positive relationships between arts and academics 5. Recommendations for the Implementation of Arts-Based Teaching and Learning 6. Resources to implement ABL