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Stage a Debate: A Primer for Teachers (Lincoln-Douglas Debate Format)

For Teachers 3rd - 12th
For a comprehensive overview of debate styles and formats, look at this resource. It details the Lincoln-Douglas debate format (one-to-one debate with specific, timed rounds of points, cross-examination, and rebuttals). You can also find...
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Your Voice

For Teachers 2nd - 6th
This is a very interesting resource that could be a helpful tool in the right context. Learners discuss the appropriate speaking volume needed in given situations. They practice one-on-one discussions, class discussions, and responding...
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Show And Tell

For Teachers 2nd - 5th
Have you ever saved your money to buy something you really wanted? Elementary schoolers share how they saved their money for things they wanted, and they bring in one or two items that they bought with their personal savings.
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Learning from Aionwahta and Danny's Father (Chapter 4, "The Visit")

For Teachers 4th Standards
Fourth graders continue reading and discussing Eagle Song in the thirteenth lesson of a literature unit. Starting with small group discussions about different aspects of Native American culture, readers analyze the beliefs held by...
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Is the world a fair and just place: Unit 1 Task 2 Day 4

For Teachers 6th Standards
Using supporting details to support a textual comparison is the focus of this activity. Sixth graders are randomly assigned one of two Civil Rights Era speeches, each group uses specific details from each speech to create a visual mural...
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Hatchet

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen, is an often-read, dramatic book about a boy who is forced to mature rather quickly. This plan is divided into 11 days and includes chapter summaries, unfamiliar words, suggested teaching points, and reading...
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Writing Classroom Agreements using Inspiration & Word to Go

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
How can you foster a thoughtful learning community for your class? First, the class brainstorms a list of behaviors that will help make the classroom a great place to learn. Then learners group similar ideas together and come up with...
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Lights, Camera, Action: Unit 1 Task 4

For Teachers 7th Standards
Seventh graders begin prepping for a final project that will result in a collaborative 3-5 minute skit. They begin by reading and researching multiple aspects of one of three Civil Rights events; Ruby Bridges, Greensboro Sit it, or the...
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Reading Closely: Sections 4 and 7 of the Great Law of Peace (Iroquois Constitution)

For Teachers 4th Standards
Read and reread. That is the message when approaching a difficult text. As part of their examination of The Great Law of Peace, class members reread the introduction and section one of the document, answer questions, citing specifics...
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Practicing Reading Closely: Section 1 of the Great Law of Peace (Iroquois Constitution)

For Teachers 4th Standards
The third instructional activity in a unit study of the Iroquois focuses on developing reading skills. Pupils brainstorm the actions of close readers and record these behaviors on an anchor chart entitled, “Close Readers Do These...
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Grade 9 ELA Module 1, Unit 1, Lesson 12

For Teachers 9th Standards
Finding the central idea in a text can be as simple as deciphering the correct pieces of supporting evidence. As your class reads Stage 4 of "St. Lucy's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves" by Karen Russell, they analyze the interactions...
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Band of Brothers

For Teachers 3rd - 6th
What is a community? Explore the idea of community by investigating countries that have experienced severe damage. Learners discuss the horrible aftermath the 2011 earthquake had on Japan's infrastructure after the tsunami it caused....
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Class with Character

For Teachers 1st - 5th
Learners work in groups to brainstorm a list of what they consider to be unfair rules, and then discuss why these rules are necessary. They generate possible classroom rules to promote safety and respect and work as a class to come up...
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Stop Quarreling

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
How do you overcome angry or hurt feelings? Group your young learners and share Charlotte Zolotow's The Quarreling Book. There are a list of suggested questions for you to use to prompt discussion. Give your youngsters the tools they...
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Ribsy

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Who is Beverly Cleary? Take a picture walk through the book Ribsy. Then, as a class, investigate the unusual text layout before diving into the reading. Several reading activities and questions are provided, as well as a list of...
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Be Good To Eddie Lee; Stop Using Labels on People

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Read and discuss the story Be Good to Eddie Lee as it relates to the  ways in which people use terms to describe people. Learners suggest ways to stop people from using labels and mean terms to describe other people. They then write...
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Sable

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Read Sable with your third and fourth grade class. Use the book's cover and each chapter's title to encourage your class to make predictions. There's a short summary, vocabulary words, and suggested teaching points included for each...
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Ground Rules for Discussion

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
The whole group collaborates to form rules for working in small groups. They improve classroom management by defining the difference between discussing and fighting and brainstorming how to work together cooperatively. Each group forms...
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Nutrition and the Media: Cereal Box Consumerism

For Teachers 2nd - 5th
How many treats do you buy each week? Learners investigate diets and how the media tricks consumers into purchasing unhealthy snacks. They will investigate the designs and logos affiliated with cereal boxes and identify specific phrases...
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Shiloh

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Here's a two-week plan for Shiloh, the classic story of a boy and the dog he grows to love. For each chapter, there are suggested teaching points, teachable vocabulary, and reading activities. Some comprehension questions are included...
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Let's Discuss Current Events

For Teachers 4th - 12th
Investigate articles from the daily news and share opinions with classmates. Using current events, learners view a news program without sound and predict what news is being discussed by analyzing the visuals. Then they read news articles...
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Sticky Note Discussions

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Scholars use sticky notes to increase reading comprehension. They read a book selection and stop periodically to place sticky notes on items they want to discuss. They then write a short note, summary, or question on the sticky note to...
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Initial Blend "sl"

For Students 1st - 2nd
In this early childhood sl initial blend worksheet, students note the sound that sl makes at the beginning of a word and then examine 5 words and then bracket the sl sound in each of them.
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Advertising Conversation

For Students 4th - 8th
Are you struggling to get a rich discussion going between your learners? Use these questions to spark a natural conversation about advertising and the media. Learners pair up, and each speaker gets a different set of questions to ask...