In this lesson, students will evaluate speeches according to volume, stress, pacing, and pronunciation, and examine the importance of these values in delivering an oral presentation.
In this lesson, the students will learn of Africa's geographic diversity after answering the questions and locating its geographic features. The students will have a visual picture of these features by viewing them on the Internet.
In this lesson, students write an expository paragraph after comparing and contrasting items of texture, taste, odor, and visual appearance.
In this lesson, students apply their knowledge of addition & subtraction of decimals in order to create a holiday wish list given a budget. Students will then find an estimated price and the exact price for the items on their list, which they compare to their budget amount.
Students read the Richard Bach classic "Jonathan Livingston Seagull" and analyze the story to better understand the author's use of style and the allegorical literary form in the story.
In this lesson, students will be able to process information on the alliance systems that developed during the early phases of the Cold War. They will be asked to evaluate the value of each alliance and to complete a set of short-answer questions.
In this lesson, students will learn about relationships between words and will then be expected to figure out the missing word for a list of analogies.
Students will research and discuss a sensitive or controversial issue and attempt to make a decision based on group findings.
In this lesson, students work in pairs to practice listening and speaking to each other. Students will offer input, make clarifying remarks, and demonstrate that they understand what they hear.