The students will use a variety of media and technology resources for directed and independent learning activities. Arthur feels proud of his new eyeglasses-that is, until he wears them to school! The activities below are in the teaching style of Bloom's Taxonomy.
No Restrictions This is an interactive story containing 24 chapters. Each chapter tells part of the story and usually ends with multiple choices.
Click on a choice and you'll be lead to the next chapter in your story. When you reach a chapter that hasn't been written yet, you will have the option to write it! The owner of this Interactive Story begins with this information and guidance: I've decided to a series of spin offs from my Micro in Cartoons interactive.
In this case Rather than dealing with the previous main Character Ash, this interactive will be about a new character, a 17 year old named Will who has also found himself in a reality where cartoon characters are not only flesh and blood but hundreds of feet tall. To make it easier for some of you to Add to this Interactive I've decided to Add a choice between having the Characters the same age as they are in the cartoon, or a few years older.
For the younger incarnations don't do anything too adult. Keep it Honey I shrunk the Kids level adventure, but for the older incarnations pretty much anything goes.
Will is Tiny in this interactive. Not quite an inch tall.
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To be certain you don't encounter textual content that may be offensive, you should leave this area and do not continue on within this item.Beginning to Write contains over writing activities suitable for elementary and intermediate learners.
It shows that it is possible to take the teaching of writing seriously at an early stage in language learning. It also recognises the role writing plays in general language learning.
The. In All You Do uses affiliate links within its posts. You may read more on our disclosure policy.. I am totally in love with the last two printables in our Garden of Eden set. Author’s Purpose Lesson – Slide show presentation on author’s purpose and modes of writing. Includes a 10 questions review activity after the lesson.
Includes a 10 questions review activity after the lesson. The 20 enjoyable, interactive classroom activities that are included will help students understand Le Morte d'Arthur in fun and entertaining ways.
Fun Classroom Activities include group projects, games, critical thinking activities, brainstorming sessions, writing poems, drawing or sketching, and countless other creative exercises. Teacher's Clubhouse offers elementary emergency substitute activities for kindergarten substitutes, first grade substitutes, second grade substitutes, third grade substitutes, fourth grade substitutes, and fifth grade substitutes.
Applebee, Arthur N. – Focusing on the development of students' writing skills and on the instructional techniques used to promote those skills, this report relates the findings of the second phase of the National Study of Writing in the Secondary School.