___ DAY CHALLENGES
- 30 DAY CHALLENGE TED SPEECH docx
- 30 day challenges topics docx
- MY GOALS ORGANIZERS docx
- MY GOAL – M.AGPAK – ppt
HOW to GIVE A SPEECH
- HOW to MAKE A SPEECH docx
NACSON (STUDENT CONF. TOPICS)
- SEMINAR-TOPICS-UNV docx
- PLASTIC BOTTLE CAMPAIGN ppt
- Plastic Water Bottle Survey docx
- SAMPLE ACTIVITIES: – Plastic-Bottle-Campaign –22 Preposterous Facts about Plastic Pollution
1. CLASSROOM RULES, RECOMMENDED BEHAVIOUR
- Classroom rules, grading… ppt
- 2017-foundation-classes-self-evaluation booklet pdf
- 2017-foundation-classes-self-evaluation booklet docx
Unit 2/Lesson 1 Why do we yawn?
Unit 2/Lesson 2 Why do we laugh?
- facts-fig-2-2-why-do-we-laugh ppt
- unit-2-2-laughing-cloze-test docs
- unit-2-2-laughing-questions docs
- unit-2-2-laughing-vocabulary-test docs
Unit 2/Lesson 3 Why is the sea salty?
Unit 2/Lesson 4 How can a plant kill?
Unit 3/Lesson 1 Date palm tree
Unit 3/Lesson 1 Rice
- Unit 3-3 Rice ppt
Unit 4/1 Music
- Unit4-1 Music ppt
Unit 5/1 Work Hours
- FACTS-FIG-5-1 ppt
5. EVALUATION CRITERIA
6. EXTENSIVE READING ORGANIZERS
- readers-list docx
- 1-book-report docx
- 2-character-profile pdf
- 2-story-map-interview-2 docx
- 2-story-map-interview-2 pdf
- 2-character-profile docx
- 2-story-map pdf
- personal-narrative pdf
- text-story-summary docx
- text-story-summary pdf
7. GRAPHIC ORGANIZER for any READING TEXT
10. MID-TERM EXAM CONTENT
11. FINAL EXAM CONTENT
12. EXAM-QUIZ-PROJECT: RESULTS
13. USEFUL LINKS:
- ISHIK UNV. MEHMET A.
14. STUDENT WORK
15. ACTIVITIES – GAME
16. USING ORGANIZERS
- Use the shared events of students’ lives to inspire writing.
- Establish an email dialogue between students from different schools who are reading the same book.
- Use writing to improve relations among students.
- Help student writers draw rich chunks of writing from endless sprawl.
- Work with words relevant to students’ lives to help them build vocabulary.
- Help students analyze text by asking them to imagine dialogue between authors.
- Spotlight language and use group brainstorming to help students create poetry.
- Ask students to reflect on and write about their writing.
- Ease into writing workshops by presenting yourself as a model.
- Get students to focus on their writing by holding off on grading.
- Use casual talk about students’ lives to generate writing.
- Give students a chance to write to an audience for real purpose.
- Practice and play with revision techniques.
- Pair students with adult reading/writing buddies.
- Teach “tension” to move students beyond fluency.
- Encourage descriptive writing by focusing on the sounds of words.
- Require written response to peers’ writing.
- Make writing reflection tangible.
- Make grammar instruction dynamic.
- Ask students to experiment with sentence length.
- Help students ask questions about their writing.
- Challenge students to find active verbs.
- Require students to make a persuasive written argument in support of a final grade.
- Ground writing in social issues important to students.
- Encourage the “framing device” as an aid to cohesion in writing.
- Use real world examples to reinforce writing conventions.
- Think like a football coach.
- Allow classroom writing to take a page from yearbook writing.
- Use home language on the road to Standard English.
- Introduce multi-genre writing in the context of community service.