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A HyperStudio Book Report Project
The sixth grade reading teacher and I collaborate so that our students read the book 'From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler,' do vocab, and discuss the story in her reading class, while...
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Best Past President
Ms. Kast and her students plan a mock election and debate over who was the best past U.S. president. Learn how she leads her class through the election process and teaches her students the steps to selecting the best President.
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Interview Skills
This fun, skill-intensive project focuses on interviewing and presentation skills, and will help students stay engaged and focused as spring fever starts to kick in. Everyone gets involved – no slackers allowed!
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Is That a Funny Joke?
Ms. Perkins likes to use a good joke to revive her class when students become tired. But there is more to it than that. Find out how Ms. Perkins uses simple jokes to expand vocabulary, improve conversational skills, and explore the nature of humor.
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Oral Presentations
I taught my students how to create a PowerPoint presentation and I let them make one on a topic of their choice. After scripting and practicing their speeches, my reluctant public speakers gave excell...
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Pass the Buck Game
Ms. Gumina plays a game called Pass the Buck to encourage oral discussions in her classroom. Read about the rules of this fun game and the empowerment it gives her students.
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The Important 'S'
It's so easy for Spanish-speakers to omit the 3rd person singular 's' on present tense English verbs. So on some days I walk into our 9th grade ESL class with a giant wooden 'S' (about 8x 5), hand it ...
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