School: worksheets for teens
BAZINGA - an awesome review game for most any subject and any grade. Students are in teams, I ask questions, and the students answers them. If a team is correct they have the chance to pick a Bazinga Card and we do what it says (e.g. double your score, erase 1 point from another team, switch the team captain of the winning team with the team captain of the losing team, etc.).
Ender's Game teaching packet. The movie comes out this fall, so it's the perfect time to use this classic novel in the classroom.
Idioms are great fun and upper elementary and middle school students love them! Free
This can be a great writing exercise before reading a text! Students can draw and/ or write what they predict will happen in the book based on the cover and title. Since, students are writing it down, they can always go back to their initial prediction as they revise their predictions as they read. This will also help students understand what a prediction is.
crystal ball predicting sheets...future simple practice
DTT has free and priced graphic organizers that are amazing resources for teaching literature and reading on the middle and secondary levels.
Middle and high school students will get a real kick out of this lesson, which is both fun and challenging at the same time. FREE
Add the correct pronoun....love the FB look!
Great project for a fairy tale unit - if I was king/queen for a day I would....writing promp for conditionals
FREE Lesson integrating technology, reading, Harry Potter, & The Hunger games: The Potter Games (www.thepottergame...)
10 minute newcast-Great for Current Events
i like this! how fun would it be to make a gigantic map display (i'm talking wide open hallway size) where each student researches a state and labels it with several illustrations that represent that state (like this but more), then all states get pieced together to form a dazzling visual map.. oooh!
this would be so fun and colorful.
VOCAB: graphic organizer