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World's best breakfasts

Here is a top 50 best breakfasts from all over the world. Check this website for all recipes. English breakfast: Iranian breakfast: Cuban breakfast: Polish breakfast: Spanish breakfast: The absolute true diary of a part time indian. Planering Traveling Diary. Holes Literature Unit - activities, vocabulary, quizzes, and more. Holes Literature Unit - activities, vocabulary, quizzes, and more. Reading. Books.

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Teaching Material for English (ESL/EFL) Teachers in Sweden. Glee project. Arrangemang. Education World: An Autograph Book from Yesteryear. Brief Description Students explore a school autograph book from the 1880s and create a contemporary version of it.

Education World: An Autograph Book from Yesteryear

Objectives Students study the pages of a historic autograph book. talk about how the autograph book differs from present-day autograph books and discuss any clues about the time in which the book was written. imitate the style of the autograph book entries as they write thoughtful text and rhymes. compile individual entries into a class autograph book written in a 19th-century style. Keywords autograph, history, 19th century, end-of-year, friend Materials Needed[shopmaterials] Internet access (or printed pages from an online autograph book from the 1880s) paper cut to 5 inches by 9 inches writing materials Lesson Plan Share with students an antique autograph book dating to the 1880s.

If you are unable to share the book online with students, you can print specific pages to share. As you share the autograph book's pages, solicit students' reactions to its contents. Assessment. Digitalt material. Education World: Create a Class Yearbook. Brief Description Students create a keepsake yearbook of memories from the school year about to end.

Education World: Create a Class Yearbook

Objectives Students create a format for the yearbook pages they and their classmates will make. create yearbook pages about important memories of the year. put the pages together in a yearbook. design a cover for the yearbook. Keywords yearbook, end of year, graduation, June Materials Needed[shopmaterials] paper and pens or pencils digital camera (optional) art supplies Lesson Plan In this activity, each student will create a page in a class yearbook. In the lower elementary grades, each yearbook page might follow a distinct template or format.

A favorite lesson a time I really laughed the best book I read the most challenging lesson advice for next year's ___-grade students the career I want to pursue something I wish I could do over again a skill I learned that will serve me well in the future Extension Activities Encourage students to create covers for their yearbooks. Assessment Education World. The Teacher Report: Fun End-of-Year Assignments. The school year is almost over.

The Teacher Report: Fun End-of-Year Assignments

There, we said it. And after you go grab a paper bag to breathe into while you contemplate all the things you still need to get done this year (deep breaths), read on to find creative ideas for year-end lessons that will get your students reflecting about all of the great things they accomplished in the last nine months. Here are some of our favorite ideas. 1. Book Hall-of-Fame. 2. 3. The First Day of the Rest of Your Life on Pinterest. 5 Ways to Say Goodbye to Your Graduating Students. I remember the first batch of seniors I said goodbye to.

5 Ways to Say Goodbye to Your Graduating Students

I was a brand new teacher and had just spent the last nine months, an hour and a half a day, talking, reading, and writing with them in a creative writing class. Then came that final class period. They shuffled in laughing and excited about the ceremony and parties to come. I, too, felt joy and a celebratory spirit -- more so for some who having enough credits to graduate had proved a close call. Nevertheless, the mood was a festive one. Some of the things we teachers say to graduating seniors that last day: "Of course I'll sign your yearbook! And then they walk out the door. I recall at the close of my rookie year, following that last day, I lamented, "Argh, I should have done something! " I found from my own years teaching seniors and in my discussions with twelfth-grade teachers: There is no activity or gesture too small when it comes to saying goodbye to graduating students. #1.