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10 ELA Resources for Remote Teaching. Here’s a list of ten resources for middle school ELA and high school English that will help you teach digitally and remotely.

10 ELA Resources for Remote Teaching

I've been creating digital, Google-based lessons since 2015, but here is a look at ten of my favorite. To check out all of the resources, search SMARTePlans on my TPT store. Sentence Combining Bell RingersThese sentence-combining bell ringers are the perfect way to help students improve their writing skills. This unit includes an introductory lesson that shows students a step-by-step process for how to combine sentences. It also contains several example slides and plenty of daily warm-up slides for students to complete. Teaching Commas: Grammar Lesson Plan. Teaching commas can be overwhelming if you have no where to start.

Teaching Commas: Grammar Lesson Plan

Today, I’m sharing my grammar lesson plan for commas with you. Many teachers divide sections of how to teach commas. For me, I created ten ways to use commas. These are the comma rules most students encounter, and as always, I tell students that grammar lessons are not absolute. Our language has exceptions, and it constantly changes. Language Arts Classroom. Adverb lesson plans can move beyond the worksheet with a few simple activities.

Language Arts Classroom

Adverbs can be tricky to identify, and they can be tricky in student writing. Older students are expected to understand words and how they change and work in sentences. Grammaire : 100 idées pour l’enseigner autrement - VousNousIls. Couverture « 100 idées pour enseigner la grammaire autrement » La grammaire est souvent une matière rébarbative pour les enfants qui se demandent à quoi elle peut bien servir. « Les enseignants ont souvent le sentiment de ne pas maîtriser parfaitement la matière.

Grammaire : 100 idées pour l’enseigner autrement - VousNousIls

Ils se raccrochent alors au cadre rassurant, bien défini de la grammaire scolaire, qui propose des exemples proprets, triés sur le volet, et des textes parfois adaptés pour justifier les règles établies », déclare Brigitte Mahillon, professeure de français, qui vient de publier avec France Tillieu, professeure des écoles, « 100 idées pour enseigner la grammaire autrement » aux éditions Tom Pousse. Un ouvrage destiné aux enseignants, orthophonistes ou parents souhaitant accompagner l’enfant de 8 à 14 ans dans sa découverte de la langue. Teaching Nouns: Noun Lessons.

Teaching nouns?

Teaching Nouns: Noun Lessons

Here are noun lessons you can personalize. Why are we learning nouns? Dependent upon the age you teach, students need to be aware of nouns so that: They can identify subjects (and other “noun jobs”).They understand possessive words.They can create parallel structure. Conjunctions Lesson Plans: Teaching Conjunctions. Conjunctions lesson plans?

Conjunctions Lesson Plans: Teaching Conjunctions

I have an overview for you! I picture conjunctions as puzzle pieces, as glue. Conjunctions join words, phrases, and clauses. Teaching Active and Passive Voice. Teaching active and passive voice with older students?

Teaching Active and Passive Voice

Here are some lesson plans and conversation starters. Understanding active and passive voice is a tool for reading, writing, and listening. Language Arts Classroom. Adjective lesson plans are here!

Language Arts Classroom

If you’re writing adjective lesson plans for older students, you’ll want age-appropriate activities. These grammar activities are easy to personalize and will support your grammar lessons. For instance, a primary teacher (a friend of mine) said she asks students to get out their white boards and write adjectives that describe her. The students take turns flipping their boards over to surprise her. That sounds so sweet, and I can picture her third graders thinking of adjectives like “nice” and “pretty” to flatter their teacher.

Grammar Stations: 15 Engaging Stations. Grammar stations are perfect for secondary students.

Grammar Stations: 15 Engaging Stations

You can rotate and address confusion and successes. Your students get to move and learn from others. Younger students use stations as a normal part of their school day. Older students enjoy them too! Dix insultes désuètes pour se disputer avec élégance  Une méthode pour enseigner le vocabulaire du collège au lycée. A l’heure où l’on constate la nécessité de proposer aux élèves un enseignement interdisciplinaire qui sollicite les ressources propres de chaque discipline pour consolider les fondamentaux et donner sens au savoir, la question de l’enseignement du vocabulaire devient plus que jamais la pierre angulaire de tout apprentissage.

Une méthode pour enseigner le vocabulaire du collège au lycée

Il n’est pas possible de s’approprier le monde sans l’outil des mots et pourtant... Comment ne pas laisser au hasard la responsabilité d’offrir toutes les ressources lexicales nécessaires à la compréhension, la réflexion ou la créativité des élèves ? Le vocabulaire, véritable hydre de Lerne ne se laisse pas dominer si facilement. Par quels mots commencer, comment procéder ? 2 Les travaux du linguiste Etienne Brunet, une découverte linguistique comparable à celle de l’ADN. What kind of grammar lesson will you write? What grammar lesson do you want your students to see? The approach we take with each grammar lesson will influence how our students interact with future discussions concerning language. (I often use both terms “grammar” and “language” because of how the standards are written.) The planning and our mindset contributes to what our students eventually see and experience. This post aims to walk you through my thought process when drafting a grammar lesson, and then at the end, I have extra support for you!

Decide on your approach. Teacherthrive. Building Book Love : How and Why to Use Word Walls with Older Students. I've been using a Word Wall with my high school students for 9 years now, and the results have been incredible. How: I have 90-minute classes, so I'm able to give my students 8-10 minutes of free reading time each day. I put this time at the BEGINNING of the class for several reasons. 1. I express that free-choice reading is SO important in helping students with many aspects of their personal and student life that it deserves to be first in my class.2.

During these 5-10 minutes of reading time, students are to find ONE word that they don't know, find challenging, or like the sound of while reading. What Are Sight Words? Get the Definition Plus Teaching Resources. When you’re new to teaching, the number of buzzwords that you have to master seems overwhelming at times. There are many concepts you have heard about, but you may not be entirely sure what they are or how to use them in your classroom. For example, new teacher Katy B. asks, “This seems like a really basic question, but what are sight words, and where do I find them?”

No worries, Katy. Why Teaching English Through Content Is Critical for ELL Students. 10 Ways To Help Kids With Learning Differences That Could Benefit All Students. Grammaire kinesthésique. 10 Alternatives to the Grammar Worksheet. ‘10 Alternatives to the Grammar Worksheet’ is part four of a ten-part series covering grammar in middle school and high school English classes. Read part one, part two and part three. Ah, the grammar worksheet.

It has a time; straight-forward, no frills direction works with some students. 11 Tips for Teaching About Theme in Language Arts. When fourth grade students in Becca Morris’s class start listening to R.J. Palacio’s Wonder, she looks forward to the discussion it will inspire, with questions like What does it mean to be a true friend? What’s the role of the bystander in bullying situations? And Can we tell what a person is like just by looking at them? Anchoring the conversation. It is conversations like these that facilitate teaching theme and can turn reading a book into a life-changing experience for young learners. “Studying themes like trust, integrity, and honesty,” says Rachel Claff, editorial director for the Great Books Foundation, “builds thoughtful world citizens and friends, the kinds of thinkers you want to have in your classroom.”

Each time students read, they’re entering into a conversation with the author about what matters, says Jeffrey Wilhelm, distinguished professor at Boise State University and author of Fresh Takes on Teaching Literary Elements. 1. Vocabulary Activities to Make Words Stick - 5 Free Printables. The best way to teach vocabulary is to get our students to use vocabulary. These five free downloadable vocabulary activities from Read it. Write it. Learn it. will help your students master their vocab list in no time! 1. Leçons à mémoire visuelle en grammaire et conjugaison.

Le discours indirect, avec verbe de paroles à un temps du système passé, Réécriture. - blog d'aide professeur de français pour les élèves cours 6e 5e 4e 3e brevet révision contrôle lecture rédaction college lycée littérature réussite brevet HDAidée loisir. WebLettres : Dossiers et synthèses. Formes ► La dictée flash : « Sur un thème précis (par exemple les animaux) avec des mots à savoir écrire (une dizaine) et sur un point d’orthographe précis.

Je fais deux dictées flash par semaine pendant 3 semaines et je termine par une dictée bilan qui est la seule à être évaluée. » (Caroline). ► La dictée atelier : « Les élèves écrivent individuellement la dictée puis ils mettent en commun par groupe de 4 et décident d’une orthographe finale. J’évalue uniquement la dictée par groupe. » (Caroline). Didactique du français langue première.