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-Students will examine a variety of wordless books and create their own!
-Task is a clear outline of each lesson
-includes student package with rubric/peer feedback sheets
Students will reflect on 2020 and look forward to 2021 where they will choose one word to encompass their hopes for the year ahead.
After their reflection, I asked my students to create a slide to illustrate their one word and we compile them gallery style.
Using rap as poetry unit with assessment and powerpoint. The topic we discussed was power and how the students viewed it, but it can fit any other abstract idea just as easily.
A brief look at alliteration, idiom, hyperbole, personification and onomatopoeia with formative and summative assessment ideas. Aligns with AB ELA Grade 7 curriculum.
Students will research historical events leading to the way we vote in Canada today. They will also identify 10 of the most critical events post confederation that influences our democratic rights.
This one-page sheet asks students to reflect on what they have just been reading. It includes the title, author, page they're on, and four questions to reflect on their reading choice.
Printable journal pages make it easy to make journaling a daily or weekly class. Useable for Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, etc.! Includes double-sided pages in full and half-page styles, includes topic and date bars.
Participate in a virtual field trip watching a livestream of George Kourounis who is a storm chaser and tv personality.
Students will take notes on at least four different types of wild weather he discusses in this virtual field trip.
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