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Kindergarten:
Big and LittleThe students should be able to categorize things between "Big and Little" and know what positional words are.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanPhonics, fluency, decoding, sight words(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will become familiar with basic classroom vocabulary, be able to recite a brief conversation in English, will practice recognition of letter sounds and formation of words. This will also be practiced in pairs(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Planbuild new words by adding cl, fl, or sl to word parts.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will create flashcards to make visual connection to their vocabulary words. Flash cards should incorperate drawings, colors, and other visual clues to aid in word retention.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will create flashcards to make visual connection to their vocabulary words. Flash cards should incorperate drawings, colors, and other visual clues to aid in word retention.(Under 3 ratings)
Life SCILLS - Judy Engel - 10/21/131) The students will interact with their teacher to identify previously learned vocabulary words (boy, girl, me, friend, who, is) with boardmaker pictures (pec cards) to demonstrate comprehension of previously learned words. 2) The students will also be introduced to two new vocabulary words: (my, a) as they are assisted with producing simple phrases or sentences that allow the students to generalize their comprehension of learned and new vocabulary words to their own lives.(Under 3 ratings)
Life SCILLS - Judy Engel - 10/21/131) The students will interact with their teacher to identify previously learned vocabulary words (boy, girl, me, friend, who, is) with boardmaker pictures (pec cards) to demonstrate comprehension of previously learned words. 2) The students will also be introduced to two new vocabulary words: (my, a) as they are assisted with producing simple phrases or sentences that allow the students to generalize their comprehension of learned and new vocabulary words to their own lives.(Under 3 ratings)
Life SCILLS - Judy Engel - 10/21/131) The students will interact with their teacher to identify previously learned vocabulary words (boy, girl, me, friend, who, is) with boardmaker pictures (pec cards) to demonstrate comprehension of previously learned words. 2) The students will also be introduced to two new vocabulary words: (my, a) as they are assisted with producing simple phrases or sentences that allow the students to generalize their comprehension of learned and new vocabulary words to their own lives.(Under 3 ratings)
Location/prepositional wordsStudents will correctly place objects in various locations based upon request(Under 3 ratings)
Shades of Meaning - Walking (v)-Learner will explore nuances for the action of walking -Learner will act out the meanings of different verbs for the action of walking -Learner will speak audibly in large group discussion about different types of walking by describing who might walk that way, when, why, and where.(Under 3 ratings)
Ventures Basic - Welcome UnitStudents will be able to identify, pronounce, and write the upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet. Students will learn basic school vocabulary Students will be able to say and write their name(Under 3 ratings)
VocabLearn and review vocabulary words(Under 3 ratings)
1st Grade:
"Frog Knows Best"Students will be able to identify correct vocabulary words by their matching definition(Under 3 ratings)
"Frog Knows Best"Students will be able to identify correct vocabulary words by their matching definition(Under 3 ratings)
An Egg is an Egg: Vocabstudents should be able to recognize vocabulary; talk about ways they know things change; predict what will happen before and during reading(Under 3 ratings)
Big Idea and Vocabulary CardSWBAT: Recognize that all plants need the basic necessities of air, water, food, and space.(Under 3 ratings)
Building Academic VocabularyStudents will identify Story Elements Using the High 5 method(Under 3 ratings)
Cause/Effect Story VocabularyStudents will be able to identify cause/effect. Students will be able to use context and story information to place vocabulary words in sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student should be able to read the spelling words, describe what the words mean or listen to the administrator explain what the words mean, write the words, write sentences with the words in it, and draw a picture to represent a spelling word.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student should be able to create word families and rhyming word families. The student should be able to pronounce the words and describe what the words mean. The student should be able to be creative when creating words.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading (Frog and Toad All Year)Students will be able to answer questions in detail about a story. Students will be able to identify cause and effect. Students will be able to use context and story information to place vocabulary words in sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
Better Vocabulary Using Jazz Hands (among other things...)Students should be able to recognize and define four new vocabulary words based on word characteristics and context.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT read and understand the meaning of the vocabulary words to better comprehend the informational text; That's Cold; Barrow Alaska; select words in the text that mean COLD SWBAT identify the MAIN IDEA of the text in each paragraph SWBAT sort DETAILS of "what" happens in the text during the summer and winter using a graphic organizer. SWBAT to write a summary using the main ideas and details from each paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT read and understand the meaning of the vocabulary words to better comprehend the informational text; That's Cold; Barrow Alaska; select words in the text that mean COLD SWBAT identify the MAIN IDEA of the text in each paragraph SWBAT sort DETAILS of "what" happens in the text during the summer and winter using a graphic organizer. SWBAT to write a summary using the main ideas and details from each paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary in ContextUse a glossary to determine the meaning of an unknown word.(Under 3 ratings)
Words of the DaySWBAT... Use appropriate grade level vocabulary to complete sentence frames.(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
Academic VocabularyUsing prior knowledge of the five senses; 1. The students will identify words related to the structure of the eye from a word bank of vocabulary terms by highlighting the word box yellow. Worksheet 1 2. The students will use highlighted vocabulary from worksheet 1 to label a diagram of the eye. Worksheet 2 3. The students will write one to three descriptive sentences about a given vocabulary word, then read the sentences to their group. Peers will identify the name of the eye structure by drawing a picture of it. Worksheet 3 4. The students will identify words related to the structure of the eye and the five senses by finding and circling them in a word search.(Under 3 ratings)
ELA World Cup Reading, Vocabulary, and QuestionsStudents wil be able to identify important vocabulary terms, demostrate reading comprehension skills by answering questions to a passage and World Cup facts.(Under 3 ratings)
Garden GiftObjectives Concepts and Vocabulary Key Words; Strategy: Relate Words Listening and Speaking Participate in Songs Learning Strategies Memorize and Recite; Build Background(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to read with fluency their parts in the selelction Reader's Theatre. Students should be able to identify labels and unknown vocabulary to answer questions about comprehension in nonficton texts to include Science(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to define the following words: depth, average, tides, peak, desert, waterfalls and outrun.(Under 3 ratings)
Miss Rumphius/ Animals at Rest-Students will be able to to determine the meaning of unknown words based on grade 3 reading (Miss Rumphius and Animals at Rest) -Students will be able to ask questions based on information in the text -Students will be able to answer questions by making inferences and using evidence directly from the text(Under 3 ratings)
Miss Rumphius/ Animals at Rest-Students will be able to to determine the meaning of unknown words based on grade 3 reading (Miss Rumphius and Animals at Rest) -Students will be able to ask questions based on information in the text -Students will be able to answer questions by making inferences and using evidence directly from the text(Under 3 ratings)
Nelson Mandela Biography & Expository Writing Introduction1. Demonstrate comprehension of a short biography on Nelson Mandela, as measured by a teacher-provided short-answer questions. 2. Apply knowledge of text structures, grammar (verb tense), and chronological order in order to respond to a series of teacher-provided questions. 3. Demonstrate understanding of new vocabulary words, as measured by teacher-provided cloze sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
Painting Through TimeStudents will be able to match vocabulary words from the reading selection with their definitions after writing their own vocabulary cards(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary Journal(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary Lesson - My Winter Vacation/The Jones Family ExpressStudents will be able to recognize and use new vocabulary words.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary Lesson For "Rosie A Visiting Dog's Story"Meet Common Core standards to improve vocabulary skills. Standards include: The Foundation Skills: Phonics and word recognition skills; decode multisyllable words. The Student will also use context to confirm or self correct word recognition and understanding.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
Fraction/Decimal VocabularyReview fraction vocabulary and introduce decimal vocabulary(Under 3 ratings)
Fraction/Decimal VocabularyReview fraction vocabulary and introduce decimal vocabulary(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1.3 Communicate about technology using appropriate and accurate terminology(Under 3 ratings)
MondayI can identify complete subjects and predicates in text. I can recognize how new vocabular is used.(Under 3 ratings)
MY NEW LESSONSTUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO : write and share out answers question- after reading text What three things did you learn about in the story Lewis and Clark and Me. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO: speak loudly and effectively using proper reading skills paying attention to use of punctuation while orally reading to classmates. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO : use vocabulary words and create quality sentences using proper grammar an punctuation.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading Hot Shots!The students will be able to summarize, identify compound words using the text and new vocabulary words, and understand new vocabulary words from the text. Students will increase their sight words by 10 words at the end of the unit.(Under 3 ratings)
Spelling Battleship: Vocabulary LessonActivity to enhance the production and use of vocabulary to provide a word-rich classroom environment, "Words should be enjoyed, and the study of words should bring no less joy", (Allen, p. 69).(Under 3 ratings)
Spelling Battleship: Vocabulary LessonActivity to enhance the production and use of vocabulary to provide a word-rich classroom environment, "Words should be enjoyed, and the study of words should bring no less joy", (Allen, p. 69).(Under 3 ratings)
Spelling Battleship: Vocabulary LessonActivity to enhance the production and use of vocabulary to provide a word-rich classroom environment, "Words should be enjoyed, and the study of words should bring no less joy", (Allen, p. 69).(Under 3 ratings)
ThursdayI can identify complete and simple subjects and predicates. I can understand and use new vocabulary.(Under 3 ratings)
VocabularyStudents will learn the vocabulary for the unit.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary: Words in ContextStudents will acquire new grade-appropriate vocabulary through discussion, sketching, and with the use of synonyms.(Under 3 ratings)
Watery World Unit IntroConcepts and Vocabulary Water Environments: environment, survive, features, adapt, camouflage; How Animals Survive; How Animals Adapt Listening and Speaking Listen for Information Viewing Respond to a Visual Image Representing Drawing(Under 3 ratings)
WednesdayI can identify fragments, simple subjects and predicates. I can relate vocabulary to synonyms and antonyms.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Introduction to vocabulary and spelling words.Students should be able to copy vocabulary words from smart-board onto a note card.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo refine students 'vocabulary though the use of definitions, synonyms, antonyms, context clues, and crossword puzzles.(Under 3 ratings)
Module 10 - Vocabulary Day 1To enhance the phonemic awareness of fifth grade students through the use of(Under 3 ratings)
Mr. Kelman's Lesson Plans for the Week of July 24, 2015 to July 31, 205Scholars will be able to draw on their knowledge of words definitions to form sentences. Scholars will develop a full and flexible understanding vocabulary by applying concepts to context clues concepts in print passages both expository and literature. DOK 1 AND 2(Under 3 ratings)
Part 1: Understanding Informational Text Part 2: Understanding Literary Text Part 3: Understanding VocabularyStudents will gain a better understanding of informational text structures and concepts, literary text structure and concepts and vocabulary(Under 3 ratings)
Reading Week of 05-05-14I can... - Identify Selection Vocabulary from the Ghost Towns of the American West - Utilize the comprehension strategy: Visualizing - Draw conclusions based on the reading - Apply knowledge of Cause and Effect to Ghost Towns of the American West(Under 3 ratings)
Section 2 Literature FocusStudents should be able to identify most of the trade skills need for the construction of a castle as well as understand how the building is financed and the impact this has on those living on the land but are not the Lord.(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies Week of 01-05-15I can... - Explain Spain’s reasons for wanting a colony in Florida. - Describe the early Spanish colonies in New Mexico. - Analyze the causes and effects of the Pueblo Revolt. - Describe the accomplishments of significant leaders in the early Americas, such as Junipero Serra. - Use primary and secondary sources such as visual information to acquire information.(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies Week of 02-02-15I can... - Identify the causes of the Stamp Act and the Townshend Acts. - Identify the contributions of significant individuals during the revolutionary period, including the Sons of Liberty and the Daughters of Liberty. - Explain how British taxes led to greater cooperation among the colonies. - Evaluate the effects of colonists’ protests. - Identify a significant individual, Patrick Henry, who modeled active participation in the democratic process. - Interpret patriotic slogans and excerpts from notable speeches and documents.(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies Week of 03-02-15I can... - Describe the decisions made by the Second Continental Congress. - Evaluate the impact of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense. - Analyze the main argument in the Declaration of Independence. - Explain why signing the Declaration of Independence was a dangerous act. - Identify the contributions of significant individuals during the revolutionary period, such as Thomas Jefferson(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies Week of 03-09-15I can... - Describe the decisions made by the Second Continental Congress. - Evaluate the impact of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense. - Analyze the main argument in the Declaration of Independence. - Explain why signing the Declaration of Independence was a dangerous act. - Identify the contributions of significant individuals during the revolutionary period, such as Thomas Jefferson(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies Week of 03-30-15I can... - Explain how Washington was able to force the British from Boston. - Analyze the causes and effects of American victories at Trenton and Saratoga. - Summarize the contributions of African American patriots. - Describe ways in which women helped support the American Revolution. - Identify the contributions of significant individuals during the revolutionary period, including Phillis Wheatley. - Identify the contributions of significant individuals during the revolutionary period, including Prince Hall. - Explain ways that people have sought freedom at other times and places in history. - Use primary and secondary sources such as visual information to acquire information.(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies Week of 05-11-15I can... - Describe how President Washington organized the Executive Branch around the Cabinet. - Explain how political parties emerged in the American government system. - Describe how the location and design of the nation’s capital was decided upon. - Describe the accomplishments of significant leaders of the United States such as Benjamin Banneker. - Evaluate the effects of the rise of political parties in the United States. - Explain why and how the United States expanded westward. - Describe the Louisiana Purchase and tell what effect it had on the nation. - Identify reasons for and findings of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. - Use primary and secondary sources, such as visual information, to acquire information. - Interpret information in visuals, including maps.(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies Week of 11-17-14I can... - Compare and contrast the geography of the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies. - Summarize the impact of religion on the founding of the New England Colonies. - Explain how events in England affected the founding of the Middle and Southern Colonies. - Outline the similarities and differences of the settlers in each region. - Describe the accomplishments of significant colonial leaders, such as William Penn. - Describe the accomplishments of significant leaders, such as Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson.(Under 3 ratings)
Thermal EnergyThe students will pronounce, define and use words associated with Thermal Energy(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary PreviewThe student can define and understand the meaning of the vocabulary words used in the Overview Chapter.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary--The Grizzly Bear Family BookStudetns will be able to infer the meaning of new vocabulary words using context clues and dictionary.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary--The Grizzly Bear Family BookStudetns will be able to infer the meaning of new vocabulary words using context clues and dictionary.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
"From Pong to Today"SWBAT use listening skills to complete cloze activity lyrics. SWBAT use transitional vocabulary to sequence events.(Under 3 ratings)
08/19/166.1.1 Produce clear and coherent writing for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences by: • conducting historical research • evaluating a broad variety of primary and secondary sources • comparing and contrasting varied points of view • determining the meaning of words and phrases from historical texts • using technology to research, produce, or publish a written product 6.1.2 Construct and interpret a parallel timeline of key events in the ancient world 6.1.3 Analyze information in primary and secondary sources to address document-based questions 6.1.4 Identify and compare measurements of time in order to understand historical chronology(Under 3 ratings)
Day One of UnitStudents should be able to look up the vocabulary words on the learners dictionary.(Under 3 ratings)
ELA-VocabularyTLW identify and decode the meanings of words by utilizing a vocabulary chart.(Under 3 ratings)
ELA-VocabularyTLW identify and decode the meanings of words by utilizing a vocabulary chart.(Under 3 ratings)
English Language Development Lesson Plan 1Students will learn 10 vocabulary words from chapter 1 through chapter 3 in the book called Brian's Winter by Gary Paulsen by using visual (pictures, and by using Total Physical response (TPR). To build fluency, students will use graphic organizer to illustrate the words, identify the definition of the words, parts of speech, and write a sentence from the text and write a sentence of their own using the words.(Under 3 ratings)
Field Tripstudent will be able to ksdjfhksjhfaklajshdf(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanUse new understanding of vocabulary words to create sentences with context clues. Construct questions for the main characters of slurp that will yield deep thinking and inferencing skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo fulfill RIT 6.4 Determining meaning of technical words(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be introduced to new vocabulary and apply it in their writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to match vocabulary with their definitions(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanRead information provided and complete the study guide that will allow students to define the vocabulary words in order to distinguish the words in future readings.(Under 3 ratings)
Poetry TermsTo understand the terms used to explain different poetic elements.(Under 3 ratings)
Prina 6th Grade LA Jan 8 thru Jan 10 2014 Room 10--BMSI can use standard English grammar and academic/domain specific vocabulary in reading, listening, writing, and viewing. Anchor Standards are found on the board. Common Core Standards should not be taught in a piecemeal fashion; rather, students should apply the anchor standard in everyday use as much as possible.(Under 3 ratings)
Thank You Mr. FalkerReviewing new vocabulary words from the book and applying new knowledge through discussion and completion of a crossword puzzle.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary #1TSW understand the meaning of at least 80% of the new vocab word presented.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary - Shops and Shopping /Buying ThingsStudents should be able to: a. use vocabulary on shops and shopping in the context of a shopping centre b. use vocabulary of "buying things" - Can I help you? - How much/How many? - anything else? c. Introduction to PET (speaking test)(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary PD PlaylistTo share a professional development playlist to teach vocabulary.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing PoemsTSW write a narrative/ lyric poem that is an original composition. Then they will label poet elements in their poem.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
"Zebra"LEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: vocabulary in the context of the story KNOW: where vocabulary appears in the story/physical challenges of main characters DO: record 10 words/ read along silently(Under 3 ratings)
"Zebra"LEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: plot development KNOW: how word choice conveys meaning DO: write definitions of new vocabulary & discuss parts of speech(Under 3 ratings)
7C Lesson PlanFamiliriazing students with new vocabulary Helping students figure out the meanings of the words Helping students remember the meanings of the words via creating a context(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade ELA Week 1To develop the first level of test-taking mastery using the FSRFC method To encourage the use of new vocabulary gained in the last week To support students in developing their skill at definition through context(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade: November 14th to 18thStudents will be able to: - Work to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of reading passage.(Under 3 ratings)
Clothing CatalogSWBAT use seasonal vocabulary to create clothing catalogs. SWBAT use standard conventions of English when writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Daily Vocabulary InstructionStudents will learn new vocabulary daily. They will learn to recognize and define common root words, suffixes, and prefixes in order to help clarify meaning. They will learn how the word functions in a sentence and how different forms of the word will also be used. They will use examples and counter examples to broaden their vocabulary even more. Students will be able to correctly use the vocabulary in an original context.(Under 3 ratings)
English 3-29 to 4-1Review punctuation--semicolon, colon, and quotations; vocabulary building; reading literary text(Under 3 ratings)
English 5/9 to 5/13In crease vocabulary; writing process for narrative writing(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 15 Grade 7Students should be able to determine the meanings of given vocabulary words, ii) show the relationship of the words to the theme"Cooperation."(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanFamiliriazing students with new vocabulary Helping students figure out the meanings of the words Helping students remember the meanings of the words via creating a context(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanCreate six posters, each with one of the following terms defined: 1. Enlightenment 2. philosophe 3. natural rights 4. absolutism 5. liberty 6. deism Students will be able to explain the Enlightenment vocabulary terms in their own words.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanRL1, RL3, W2, L1, L2, L4, L4a, L4d, L5b(Under 3 ratings)
October 19 - October 23(Under 3 ratings)
October 3 - 5RL.7.2 Determine a theme or central idea of "The Highwayman" and analyze its development over the course of the text; provide an objective summary of the text. RL.7.3 Analyze the interactions between individuals, events, and ideas in "The Highwayman" (e.g. how ideas influence individuals or events, or how individuals influence ideas or events). RL7.4 Determine the meaning of words ans phrases as they are used in "The Highwayman."(Under 3 ratings)
Prina 7th Grade LA Jan 8 thru Jan 10 2014 Room 10I can use standard English grammar and academic/domain specific vocabulary in reading, listening, writing, and viewing. Anchor Standards are found on the board. Common Core Standards should not be taught in a piecemeal fashion; rather, students should utilize the anchor standard in everyday use as much as possible.(Under 3 ratings)
Proportional Reasoning1. TSW understand the usefulness of proportions and proportional reasoning in real life. 2. TSW be able to recognize and describe proportional and non-proportional relationships 3. TSW be able to use proportional reasoning to solve practical problems(Under 3 ratings)
September 8 - September 12Students will build their vocabulary of the 12 Powerful Words and demonstrate their understanding of connotation and denotation. Students will take formative assessments showing their understanding for the No Excuse Words.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
8th Grade Boys ELA Week 1To develop the first level of test-taking mastery using the FSRFC method To develop the use of new vocabulary gained in the last week To support students in developing their skill at definition through context(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade Girls ELA Week 1To develop the first level of test-taking mastery using the FSRFC method To encourage the use of new vocabulary gained in the last week To support students in developing their skill at definition through context(Under 3 ratings)
Anne FrankLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: historical context KNOW: the main characters DO: continue recording names as we read the play(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-12/5-16KNOW literary device of CHARACTERIZATION UNDERSTAND how author moves the story forward through the PROGRESS REPORTS DO record vocabulary in cnb on pages 236-239 as warm up activity. Read to page 236, discuss questions 5 & 6; record.(Under 3 ratings)
Boy in the Striped Pajamas (ch 8-10)finding and identifying conflict between opposing forces (external/internal) Essential Questions What is empathy and why is it important? How do we know what we know? How do we know what is good and what is evil?(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 3To orient students around commonly-used advanced vocabulary words in Muhammad: Messenger of God. To prepare students for competition game tomorrow. To ground students in the timeline of US History To aid with retention of knowledge through hand-on learning(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 4To practice students in meanings and usage of commonly used words within the Muhammad book To orient students in the American History Timeline, to prep them for learning in more detail(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 4To practice students in meanings and usage of commonly used words within the Muhammad book To orient students in the American History Timeline, to prep them for learning in more detail(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 5To review chapter 4 through summation To solidify vocabulary for students To ground students in basic timeline for USHIST(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 5To review chapter 4 through summation To solidify vocabulary for students To ground students in basic timeline for USHIST(Under 3 ratings)
How's Your Legal VocabularyTo understand and apply legal vocabulary in context of events(Under 3 ratings)
Judicial Jargon 1To explain, discuss and define Judical vocabulary(Under 3 ratings)
Judicial Jargon 2To explain, discuss and define Judical vocabulary(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 4SWBAT analyze how an author creates a character through the experience of creating a character study using of one of the Watsons' family members. Students will use descriptive words to give each character detailed features. Additionally, students will understand that family relationships can be complex.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn their new vocabulary words by reciting them, writing them and identifying them by highlighting them in simple sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
MFS # Heads TogetherStudents should be able to evaluate a piece of text evidence and arrive at a consensus upon discussing text dependent questions.(Under 3 ratings)
MFS Vocabulary ReviewStudent's should be able to identify the definitions of twenty one vocabulary words.(Under 3 ratings)
Quiz/Quiz/Trade & Swat vocabulary reviewStudents should be able to identify and define a list of assigned vocabulary words. The protocol will allow student to both review key terms and definitions from the reading and get them moving and interacting with peers.(Under 3 ratings)
Quiz/Quiz/Trade & Swat vocabulary reviewStudents should be able to identify and define a list of assigned vocabulary words. The protocol will allow student to both review key terms and definitions from the reading and get them moving and interacting with peers.(Under 3 ratings)
The Hunger Games Chapter 1Students will be able to define vocabulary in their own words. Students will be able to determine the meaning of the word based upon context.(Under 3 ratings)
VocabularySWBAT use context clues to define new vocabulary words.(Under 3 ratings)
William Penn Vocabulary LessonStudents will understand origins of Pennsylvania and Jamestown colonies as well as William Penn's philosophies, by analyzing documents and synthesizing information into a paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
2015 Spring Term Darüşşafaka Schools PREP A Lesson PlanIntroducing students with new vocabulary. Helping students listen to an audio and complete it. Helping students write dialogues.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 5: Lesson 1 VocabularyStudents will be able to: -recognize and define terms related to basic operations and rational expressions(Under 3 ratings)
Fractions Vocabulary QuizStudents will be able to recognize and correctly define mathematics terms related to rational numbers(Under 3 ratings)
GrammarStudents know subject/verb agreement with 80% accuracy Students will know parts of speech with 100% accuracy Students will demonstrate growth in fragments and run-ons(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to Argumentative Writing1. Students will know the meaning of words related to upcoming informational text for an argumentative writing topic. 2. Students will be able to begin developing support/evidence for a claim after personal and group reflection as well as informational articles.(Under 3 ratings)
Knowing What it MeansStudents should be able to read a passage and recognize words and their meanings. They should be able to use the words found in a sentence.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1: VocabularyStudents will be able to: -recognize and define terms related to motion(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanGiven a vocabulary word students will define the word, explore word origins, provide a list of antonyms and synonyms, and use the word in a sentence.(Under 3 ratings)
Pre assessment and vocabularyA unit that introduces the study of geography by introducing the 7 themes of geography and how they are used to interpret the world around them.(Under 3 ratings)
Pre assessment and vocabularyA unit that introduces the study of geography by introducing the 7 themes of geography and how they are used to interpret the world around them.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish I: Greetings and NumbersThe student will say, spell, and define basic greetings vocabulary and numbers through 30.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary Contextual RedefinitionThe students will have the opportunity to use a variety of context clues to predict and verify meanings of unknown words using a contextual redifinition chart. Teach word context using the organizer and guiding students through vocabulary words as needed.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary Contextual RedefinitionThe students will have the opportunity to use a variety of context clues to predict and verify meanings of unknown words using a contextual redifinition chart. Teach word context using the organizer and guiding students through vocabulary words as needed.(Under 3 ratings)
week 2 Wordly Wise 3000, Book 9Study the definitions, understand the meanings, using words in sentences, find the missing words, images of words, and are the words used correctly in a passage.(Under 3 ratings)
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 9Study the definitions, understand the meanings, using words in sentences, find the missing words, images of words, and are the words used correctly in a passage.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents understand basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs.(Under 3 ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents understand basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs.(Under 3 ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents understand basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs.(Under 3 ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(Under 3 ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(Under 3 ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(Under 3 ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents understand basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs.(Under 3 ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(Under 3 ratings)
Characterization & Vocabulary in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian 11/6 - 11/10English 10 students will be able to apply and explain the relationship between character, character types and characterization (indirect/direct) in and out of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian independently.(Under 3 ratings)
FootballTo introduce the students to the equipment needed for football and the proper terminology that goes along with the game.(Under 3 ratings)
FS5 12/19Students will be able to write an extensive description of a city using new vocabulary, and step by step directions using Uds commands.(Under 3 ratings)
Harrison Bergeron Lesson 3The students will be able to understand the academic vocabulary (tier II) of Harrison Bergeron.(Under 3 ratings)
INT-UPPERSTUDENTS WILL READ AN ARTICLE AND UNDERSTAND THE MEANING AND ANY NEW VOCABULARY LISTED.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will present using 10 grade standards as a review for TKAM.(Under 3 ratings)
TKAM REVIEWIdentify elements of plot/literary elements and apply to the novel/extension activities Identify key vocabulary words used in context/beyond the classroom/extension activities(Under 3 ratings)
Understanding the Importance of Vocabulary1. Learn the importance of knowing vocabulary in correlation to being proficient at comprehending and analyzing, and the idea that without knowing what words mean one is not able to interact and learn from text. 2. Learn definitions of words from 17th century England and expand vocabulary(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary LessonThe purpose of this activity is to strengthen the students' vocabulary and usage. This activity will allow students to create their own questions from the vocabulary used in the readings from the short stories they have been reading. Students will benefit from being able to create clear and meaningful questions. This will also enlarge and reinforce students' vocabulary.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary ReviewStudents will be able to recall specific words and definitions at 80% accuracy. Students will be able to place word into a sentence using proper punctuation, grammar, and rules of syntax at 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary Self-CollectionThe purpose of this activity is designed to teach students how to select the most important vocabulary from their reading assignment.(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
Anatomy 11/20Students will demonstrate their understanding of the terminology through a vocabulary quiz. Students will obtain information on chemical barriers in the 2nd line of defense.(Under 3 ratings)
Building Circle Vocabulary and Measuring ArcsStudents should be able to understand the meanings of the basic vocabulary words related to circles and use the words and notations to answer questions related to measuing arcs..(Under 3 ratings)
Day 01 Introduction to Unit, Melville, and VocabularyStudents will review learning goals, identify critical background information on Herman Melville, and review new vocabulary presented in the novel.(Under 3 ratings)
The Declaration of Independence Continuation of Main Idea & ThemeStudents will learn how to write informative/explanatory/argumentative essay to examine and convey ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.(Under 3 ratings)
The Declaration of Independence Continuation of Main Idea & ThemeStudents will learn how to write informative/explanatory/argumentative essay to examine and convey ideas, concepts, and information clearly and accurately.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary QuizStudents will be able to use the vocabulary words from the Moser text in teacher created sentences(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary Through ContextStudents should be able to use a variety of strategies to help determine the meaning of unfamiliar words(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
Chapter 2-5: Day 3To orient students around commonly-used advanced vocabulary words in Muhammad: Messenger of God. To prepare students for competition game tomorrow. To ground students in the timeline of US History To aid with retention of knowledge through hand-on learning(Under 3 ratings)
Compara los misterios - Observation 1/14¿Cómo podemos usar el nuevo vocabulario en una maniera que tengo valor o propósito?(Under 3 ratings)
Gatsby Chapter 3Students will read text with purpose and understanding at increasing lexile levels.(Under 3 ratings)
Gatsby VocabularyStudents will read text with purpose and understanding at increasing lexile levels.(Under 3 ratings)
Gatsby, Chapter 3Students will read text with purpose and understanding at increasing lexile levels.(Under 3 ratings)
Inferring the Meaning of Expressions from Context and VocabularyNow that you know the general idea of the article, read the statements below and try to infer (make an inference about) the meaning of the phrases or expressions in these questions. Use the hints to help you.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn new words and be able to use them in conversation.(Under 3 ratings)
The Industrial Age in America - Vocabulary's CODEStudents will be able to state definitions of the terms "robber baron," "financier," "industrialist" and "captain of industry" List some of the actions, both positive and negative, of one or more captains of industry/robber barons(Under 3 ratings)
Vocab 6-BStudents will define vocabulary words. Students will do word wheels to analyze the relationship between words.(Under 3 ratings)
Vocabulary BuilingBuild and review vocabulary. Gain a better understading of terms.(Under 3 ratings)

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