Writing and Presenting a Fable Using Research
Elementary and middle schoolers research animal facts and use them in a fable. First, they pair-share to find animal traits to use in writing a fable. They then complete a prewriting worksheet. After going through the writing process,...
Language: Has the Cat Got Your Tongue?
Use funny tongue twisters to entice your young learners! They'll love this game where they face off against members of the other team and recite tongue twisters. Who will win this enunciation and pronunciation competition!
Students explore the human voice through teacher-directed exercises and experiments in the Kindergarten or 1st grade general music classroom. Textbook references are mentioned and an assessment pattern is given.
A Tongue-Twisting Language Arts Lesson
Learners discover enunciation and alliteration by reading tongue twisters in class. In this language arts lesson, students listen and repeat some of the classic childhood tongue twisters along with their teacher. Learners write their...
Tongue Twisters--Improve Enunciation for debaters
Students practice tongue twisters to help reinforce enunciation during debate.
Music: Solo and Group vVcal Practice
Fifth graders individually sing and record "Child of the Universe" and play their performances back to the class for evaluation. Next, in groups, they sing "Deck the Hall," and sing the countermelody for evaluation. Then students...