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Commas in a Series; Making an Advertisement!Lesson Planet
3rd - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
Language arts learners practice using commas in a series while designing their own advertisement! This creative assignment calls for learners to create their own visual advertisement describing a product of their choice. Their poster...
Descriptions with The Very Hungry CaterpillarLesson Planet
3rd - 5th
Explore famous artists of the Spanish-speaking world to practice describing things. The kids will identify the color each picture uses, whether figures are large or small, what the people look like, etc. Then, read The Very Hungry...
ESL: Practice Using Present Progressive TenseLesson Planet
4th - 7th
Small, cartoonish pictures of people expressing emotions and actions (blowing his nose, holding her head and frowning, dancing, smiling) provide the basis for writers to describe the feelings and experiences taking place. Help your ESL...
Show, Don't Tell: Details to Make Writing Come AliveLesson Planet
6th - 9th
After each of three viewings of a 45-second video, aspiring writers employ vivid adjectives and precise, strong verbs to "show, don't tell." First they compose a single sentence, then three, and finally a five-sentence paragraph. Repeat...
Same Setting, Different Moods: Voice and Word Choice Using Lord of the FliesLesson Planet
9th - 10th
Whether it's dark, delightful, or somber, set the mood with William Golding's Lord of the Flies. High-schoolers practice descriptive writing by creating the appropriate mood for an original scene, starring one of the book's main characters.
Advanced Practical Writing - A Letter to your LandlordLesson Planet
6th - 8th
Looking for a letter writing worksheet? This worksheet provides a practical and realistic activity for your class. Learners write a brief letter to their landlord, who can be either real or imaginary, asking him or her to fix a problem...
Setting: Sensory Details: Up to Grandmother's AtticLesson Planet
3rd - 5th
Activate sensory writing with this activity. First, learners read a passage called "Up to Grandmother's Attic," which is full of sensory details. After identifying the descriptive words in the passage, novice writers think of a setting...