Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate general academic and domain-specific words and phrases, including those that signal contrast, addition, and other logical relationships e. I begin by using the textbook to lead the kids through examples and descriptions of each sentence. On the Smart Board is the Warm Up.
A useful tool is this guide published by ehow. Students continue to refer to this worksheet throughout the activity to stay on track. I often find myself asking a student or group to show me where they are on the list and to make adjustments if they are getting ahead of themselves or falling behind.
The choices include themes related to friendship or power. The one warning I give students is to avoid excessive violence. We review each option together and then each group chooses one that interests. It is also not uncommon that groups change their minds along the way. What does matter is that after a reasonable period of discussion each group moves from adopting a theme and drafting a plot to planning out the scenes.
In the first class that I taught this lesson to the need for additional structure and organization came across loud and clear, which is why I asked everyone to stop and presented each group with this worksheet.
Some thoughts on its use appear below and a few samples of completed theme development worksheets are available here.SHIS is a fertile breeding ground of fine scholars and future leaders.
Investiture Ceremony commenced by invoking the blessings of the Lord through the lord’s prayer and a scintillating and spiritual dance rendition to Ganesh Vandana.
The ACT test is a curriculum-based education and career planning tool for high school students that assesses the mastery of college readiness standards.
- Inter-House Power Point Presentation The Inter-House Powerpoint Presentation Competition was held on Tuesday, 30th October The topic for the presentation was 'Revolutionary Inventions in the fields of Communication, Technology, Energy and Transport'.
Young scholars examine an 18th century drawing and produce a skit based on the drawing.
In this art analysis lesson, students analyze the story depicted in a drawing and create a skit inspired the scene. An activity to get the children talking and learning something new about their peers.
They have to go around the class and identify someone who matches the descriptions. This encourages conversations and discussions.
Writing with detail can be very fun and stretch your students as writers. This instructional activity focuses on introducing descriptive words into writing to create more visual and clear sentences. Each student will create a postcard.