The Sound of Music Cast Today - Charmian Carr
Analysis | The Persuaders | FRONTLINE
Big Board Facts Similar to Jeopardy. Put your who, what, when, where questions onto the board and let students try to answer them for points. Also comes in a with answers version that allows the teacher to show the correct answer after the question. The "with Answers" version provides an Answer screen after the question.
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Mrs. Sunda's Debate Lessons
Teaching Debate: debate class Many teachers believe that debating is something you do once, or a few times, and then it's done. Or, alternately, they never have debates in class at all - thinking that there's no time (thank you, pacing guide!), or that they don't have the necessary expertise. I'd like to suggest that there's nothing intrinsically valuable about debate. Now, this may come as somewhat of a surprise given that I administer a debating website, direct a gigantic debating program, and have written a bunch of books about debating. When I say that there's nothing intrinsically good about debate, it's just like saying that there's nothing intrinsically good about writing a research paper.
Here you will find all kinds of free printable files used mainly for school to home communication. Good communication between home and school is essential to providing an environment where learners thrive!!! There are open house forms, newsletters, and more... The Teacher's Desk- Printable Newsletters & Calendars- 2care2teach4kids.com
Unsolved Mysteries: Introduction to Research
Edgar Allan Poe is credited with writing the first detective story, The Murders in the Rue Morgue. With this story and several others, he set down the standards for all future writers of detective fiction. The discussion that follows is meant to give a broad overview of the genre and subgenre of detective fiction. This is not meant to be a comprehensive discussion, but rather is presented as a brief introduction to the detective story. Much of the information is credited to Hillary Waugh from his book Guide to Mysteries and Mystery Writing. Most detective stories, but not all, have as the main character an eccentric detective. 95.01.07: It’s A Mystery To Me
Our What's Next™: Books in Series database helps you search series fiction. A series is two or more books linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits. e.g. Sue Grafton's "A is for Alibi", "B is for..." etc. or the "Star Wars" series Search for a Book
This site is no longer being actively maintained, but I've received enough grateful emails from teachers over the years to know that it's still being used. I guess pedagogy never grows old, it just gets rediscovered! (The Links page, on the other hand, was hopelessly out of date, but I've just tidied that up too). — March 2012 KEYWORDS: ESL, EFL, TEFL, TESL, China, communicative oral english activities, communicative verbal english activities, communicative spoken english activities, communicative conversational english activities, oral english classes, verbal english classes, spoken english classes, conversational english classes, english conversation classes, oral english lessons, oral english lesson plans, verbal english lessons, verbal english lesson plans, spoken english lessons, spoken english lesson plans, conversational english lessons, conversational english lesson plans
Speech and Public Speaking Speech and Public Speaking
Reciprocal Revision: Making Peer Feedback Meaningful ReadWriteThink couldn't publish all of this great content without literacy experts to write and review for us. If you've got lessons plans, activities, or other ideas you'd like to contribute, we'd love to hear from you. More
Sometimes Learning Hurts: Using Revision Activities As promised, here is the reverse outline and some other activities to help students approach revisions of drafts. Feel free to modify them as you see fit, and contact me with questions and ideas for using these and other revision tools. One of the greatest challenges students face in making meaningful revisions is letting go of the integrity of their drafts. They are loath to make changes – as if their drafts were houses of cards, and any movement might cause them to implode.
We met at the Mitsuwa Food Court last September 30, 2010 for our first ever Creative Writing Session. After a quick review of last week’s meeting, we dove into this meetup’s session—which was about getting the creative juices flowing and about mastering the art of description. The first part of the meetup was about generating/ sparking story ideas, and what to do with these story ideas, once generated. The second part of the meetup was dedicated to various writing activities. Fourth Meetup: Creative Writing Exercises Extravaganza : : The Writing Nut
The $39 Experiment: Asking Random Companies for Free Stuff
Letter Generator ReadWriteThink has a variety of resources for out-of-school use. Visit our Parent & Afterschool Resources section to learn more. More
The Art of Rhetoric: Ethos, Logos, and Pathos
Is a Sentence a Poem? ReadWriteThink couldn't publish all of this great content without literacy experts to write and review for us. If you've got lessons plans, activities, or other ideas you'd like to contribute, we'd love to hear from you. More
Picture Books as Framing Texts: Research Paper Strategies for Struggling Writers
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The Basic Skills of Debating
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Building a Middle School Debate Team