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Martin Luther King Jr. Lesson Plans | K-5 Computer Lab A Collection of Actvities and Lesson Plans for Martin Luther King Jr. This is a collection of a variety of technology integrated activities for Martin Luther King Jr. There are activities for writing, research, and presentations. The "Words of Freedom" collage and "Puppet Show" are for use with iPads. The "Words of Freedom" activity uses the FREE ipad "Pic Collage" and the printed results are excellent for bulletin board displays. The "I Have a Dream" Poem Generator is a quick and easy activity that allows students to create a personal poem about their own dreams. There are also some kid friendly Martin Luther King Jr. website links for research use. "I Have A Dream" Writing Template Students think about ways to make the world a better place. Grades 1 + MLK - "I Have a Dream" Poem Generator Students create their own "I Have a Dream" poem by filling in text boxes in the poem generator. Grades 2+ Martin Luther King Jr. Grades 3 +

Milan Presse donne accès gratuitement à tous ses magazines du mois de mars Pendant toute la durée du confinement, Milan presse met à disposition tous ses magazines en accès libre sur Internet. Voici les magazines pour les petits que vous pouvez consulter librement. Lire Picoti, le magazine des bébés dégourdis, dès 9 mois et jusqu’à 3 ans, Lire Histoires pour les petits, le magazine d’histoires de 2 à 6 ans Lire Toupie, le magazine des années maternelle Lire Wakou, le magazine des petits curieux de nature Lire J’apprends à lire, de la maternelle au CE1 Lire Toboggan, le magazine pour se sentir bien en primaire Bonne lecture à toutes et tous ! Du lundi au vendredi, retrouvez des nouveaux contenus pour vous accompagner pendant le confinement.

Décrire une photo de famille - parler de ses origines Objectifs : Décrire une photo de familleVocabulaire de la familleconjugaison : venir degrammaire : les adjectifs possessifs Situation : Vincent montre une photo de famille à Mélanie. Ils situent et présentent les membres de la famille de Vincent. Mélanie : C’est qui ? Vincent : C’est Anna. Mélanie : Ton cousin footballeur ? Vincent : Il n’est pas footballeur professionnel, il joue au foot le samedi. Mélanie : D’accord, d’accord… Ici, c’est ton père ? Vincent : Non, ce n’est pas mon père, c’est son frère… euh… mon oncle. Mélanie : Ah oui, à côté de ta mère. Vincent : Oui et ici, c’est ma tante. Mélanie : Elle est étrangère ? Vincent : Oui, elle vient du Viet-Nam. Mélanie : J’adore le Viet-Nam. Vincent : Et toi, tu as une photo de ta famille ? Mélanie : Non, je n’en ai pas. Vincent : Dommage. Qui est Fred ? Fred, c’est le cousin footballeur.L’oncle Bernard est à gauche de la mère.Elle vient du Viet-Nam.Il travaille au Viet-Nam.

Haiku generator This generator will generate a fairly random haiku while always sticking to the 5-7-5 structure. However, due to the randomness of a generator not all results will make perfect sense from a grammatical and/or strictly linguistic point of view, but in a way this is also the nature of poetry. A haiku is a poem with a very strict structure. I personally love haiku, they're playful and short, but they can convey a lot within their 17 syllables. Winter is coming All shall perish, walls shall fall White walks over all (Hooray for Game of Thrones reference) Eager frog jumps high Beast of love awaits true kiss Spring brings hope once more (Hooray for The Frog Prince reference) To start, simply click on the button to generate a random description.

Fondation Zakoura le devoir d'agir Poem Generator Harry Potter : lecture simplifiée pour FLE- FLSCO - La ptite ecole du FLE Cette lecture facile c’est le résultat de mon grand esprit de contradiction. … J’ai 1000 trucs à faire, plus urgents et plus importants. Mais genre, vraiment 1000, ou même plus… Mais j’ai choisi de réécrire Harry Potter en entier pour mes élèves de FLsco. C’est du bonus plaisir par rapport à tout le reste. Voilà mon sens des priorités…Du coup, mon coach personnel (mon mari….) surveille l’avancée dans mes autres obligations professionnelles et m’autorise parfois, quand je suis à jour, à travailler sur Harry Potter. Ce projet va, par conséquent, me prendre un peu de temps. Niveau de lecture J ‘ai écrit ce texte pour mes élèves de FLsco (=Français langue de scolarisation) de CE1. Le concept L’idée est donc d’offrir une lecture suivie du livre Harry Potter à l’école des sorciers (le premier de la série). Chaque chapitre est résumé et simplifié pour tenir sur 3 pages de word maximum (police grande et espacée). Chapitres 1 à 3 Chapitres 4 à 6 Chapitres 7 à 9 Chapitres 10 à 12 Chapitres 13 à 15

Panchatantra Short Stories for Kids | Bedtime Stories | Pictures Panchatantra stories are the oldest surviving fables from Ancient India. These colourful stories from the Panchatantra have spread all over the world for centuries, especially as bedtime stories for kids. We present here, a list of our versions of 60 such popular short stories from the Panchatantra, in English. Note that the above Panchatantra stories cover most of the original stories contained in the Panchatantra, and include those found in some of the popular recensions and adaptations. The Little Prince Real English is a Registered Trademark of The Marzio School. All lessons free! English listening is king. Real English is the only site with interactive multimedia exercises for ESL students using spontaneous native speakers. No actors here. It's the real thing. Be prepared for something really very different in English learning. Real English A lot of ESL teachers, especially new ones who want to guide their students before giving them a Real English lesson as a homework assignment, for example, ask "Where should my students begin? The answer to this question is not simple. But even more important than Lesson 1 is the second half of Lesson 3a. Let's go back to the teacher's question "Where should my students begin?" There are 2 ways to measure the level of difficulty of a real English conversation: 1 -The grammar structure used. 2 - But there's a second way we measure the level of difficulty, which is all about the nature of the spoken word. This shows us that there are clearly 2 ways to think about "levels" and how hard any one lesson might be. 2 - Click on

Six Blind Men and the Elephant In The Blind Men and the Elephant, by American poet John Godfrey Saxe (1816-1887), six blind men meet an elephant for the first time and each man touches a different part of the elephant and makes predictions about what the elephant is like. The sequence and activities suggested below could be spread over two or three lessons depending on the amount of detail you wish to go into. Begin and end each subsequent lesson with a retelling of the story. Aims To learn elephant and story-related vocabularyTo listen and respond to instructionsTo learn adjectives to describe objectsTo listen and understand the general meaning of a story and make predictionsTo learn an elephant rhyme to practise rhythm and rhymeTo help children understand the importance of using all evidence and listening to other people before coming to a conclusionTo ask simple yes/no questions using adjectives Materials A sheet of white A4 paper for each child for the picture dictationObjects for the feely box or bag The men argued.

Oliver Twist (ESL/EFL Version) by Qiliang Feng This book is Volume III-1 of the series of readers of Million-Word Reading Project (MWRP). It is suitable for readers with a basic vocabulary of 1,500 words.Million-Word Reading Project (MWRP) is a project in which ESL/EFL learners at elementary level (with a basic vocabulary of 1,500 words) are expected to read one million words within two or three years, and reach upper-intermediate level (with a vocabulary of about 3,500 words). This project contains about 40 simplified readers, enough for an ESL/EFL learner to read for two years, and this list is growing.[Text Information]Readability || 87.8Total word count || 25613Words beyond 1500 || 952Headwords beyond 1500 || 340Unknown word percentage (%) || 3.72Unknown headword percentage (%) || 1.33Unknown headword occurrence || 2.8Unknown words that occur 5 times or more || 40Unknown words that occur 2 times or more || 169[Synopsis]The story is set in England in the 19th century. Format OverDrive Read 194.3 KB Adobe EPUB eBook 193.7 KB

The Present This ELT lesson plan is designed around a moving short film by Jacob Frey titled The Present and the theme of teenagers. Students practice adjectives related to character and teenagers, watch the start of a short films, write a narrative and discuss the film. Language level: Pre-intermediate (A2) –Intermediate (B1) Learner type: All ages Time: 90 minutes Activity: Practising vocabulary, watching a short film, prediciting the ending of a film, and speaking Topic: Teenagers and disability Language: Adjectives to describe character Materials: Short film Downloadable materials: the present film instructions The School for Training is a small specialist teacher training institute in Barcelona, providing innovative courses of the highest quality for teachers from around the world. Find out more about the courses and how to enrol here. Step 1 Divide the class into an even number of groups. Step 2 Step 3 Get feedback from the whole class, and write up the most common positive and negative adjectives. Step 4

CFL- Engelska Repetitionskurs Verbet är det viktigaste ordet i en mening. Det är själva händelsen, det man gör, som är verbet. (work, call, sing, jump). Formen av verbet som talar om när händelsen äger rum kallas för tempusformerna (tense). De tre vanligaste tempus är: Presens (Present tense) Det som sker nu eller vanligtvis. När du använder han/hon/den/det i en mening i nutid måste du alltid lägga till ett -s på verbet. - he plays, she plays, it plays. Imperfekt (Past tense) Uttrycker en händelse som ägde rum och avslutades någon gång i det förflutna. Perfekt (Perfect tense) Uttrycker en händelse som ägde rum vid någon obestämd tidpunkt i det förflutna eller när en händelse upprepas flera gånger i det förflutna. Perfektformen kan man känna igen på att man alltid måste ha Har (Has eller have) före verbet. Futurum (The Future Tense) På engelska finns det flera sätt att tala om framtiden, men WILL och GOING TO är de två vanligaste sätten. Använd will ('ll) när du beslutar att göra någonting precis vid det tillfället du talar.

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