Informational Text & Reading Literature with VIDEOS: Film Clip Lesson FUN BUNDLE
Teach EVERY reading literature and reading informational text common core state standard with videos (Grades 9-12)! Common Core ELA Test Prep is FUN with VIDEO CLIP ACTIVITIES! Use videos to teach inferencing! Use pixar shorts to teach main idea, plot characterization! Use spoken word and speeches to teach theme! An entire year of high school english curriculum. NO PREP secondary text bundle for reading literature and informational text standards #videostoteachinferencing
Φωτογραφία: Do you find yourself using the same adjectives over and over again? Learning synonyms (a word that means nearly the same as another word) is a fantastic way to increase your vocabulary. Check out this American English at State graphic with synonyms for the words "great," "interesting," and "angry." What are other synonyms for these words? #AmericanEnglish
This fun social studies activity uses the popular magic squares math application to teach Louisiana state symbols. Students match descriptions and word definitions though numbers to solve the word puzzle! Specific symbols include: the state flower, state colors, animal, drink, tree, boat, nickname and more!This is one in a series!
In the presentation on phonics the speakers asked us to conduct a nonsense word test. We also had the opportunity to watch a video of another educator conducting the test. This article states that "there is a large body of evidence that supports the use of pseudowords (nonsense words) for assessment purposes."
Matter Word Search Printable Worksheet - This printable word search printable about matter features terms and concepts that cover the four main states of matter, as well as information on how matter specifically changes from one state to another. An answer key is provided for teacher convenience. #worksheets #vocabulary #printables
Mixtec (Tu'un Sávi / Dà'àn Dávi); The Mixtecan languages are a group of closely Oto-Manguean languages spoken by about half a million people in the Mexican states of Oaxaca, Puebla and Guerrero, and in California in the USA. The name Mixtec is a Nahuatl word meaning 'cloud' or 'inhabitant of place of'. The native name for the language means "word of the rain", and is Tu'un Sávi in one variety of Mixtec, and Dà'àn Dávi in another. (...)
University offers female students extra credit for not shaving their armpits. It's back to one of the grossest part of the 60's performed at the request of another hippie wannabe! BLEH.....no words for the STUPIDITY!!
Noam Chomsky - Talks at Google, 08/04/2014. "There's a referendum coming up in Catalonia, another one in Scotland, asking about autonomy or independence. That's dissolving the European state system, something that has just been going on for a while, and reconstructing the languages. I visited Barcelona in the late seventies. You couldn't hear a word of Catalan. It was spoken, but in secret, because under the dictatorship, which the US backed, it was barred."