30 Easy, Learning-Rich Activities That Tap Into Students' Multiple Intelligences to Teach Plot, Setting, Character, and ThemeSetting Pop-ups, Paper-Chain Characters, Plot Mini-Books, and more to help students "learn by doing." Includes reproducible student direction sheets and rubrics.
This book was created to help Grade 6 students prepare for the EQAO Language Assessment test. The 10 tests have been designed to be very similar to the actual test the students will be taking. Many of the questions are asked in a similar way so that students can get familiar with the questioning format. Students will encounter different types of reading experiences as they make their way through the various tests including fiction and nonfiction stories, a newspaper article, a friendly letter, poetry and informational text. They will then be asked to answer corresponding multiple choice and open response questions. There is also plenty of writing practice as students are asked to write sentences, paragraphs, short stories, instructions, a description, a movie review, a poem, a letter and a newspaper article. There are also multiple choice questions featuring essential grammar and writing skills. 80 Pgs.
Chances are you have at least one English Language Learner (ELL) in your school or classroom, probably many more. How do you ensure the academic success of the ELLs student population, the fastest-growing in K-12? This collection of readings about ELLs - written by educators, for educators - provides information and insight on a wide range of topics, including Reading Research and ELLs, Teaching the Academic Language of Math, Assessment and ELLs, and much more. An ideal resource for administrators and teachers, K-12, and for use in professional development.
Publisher: Course Crafters
Product ID: CCR1234
Grades: Grades K - 12, Staff
Level(s): Early Childhood, Primary, Intermediate, Middle School, High School, Staff Room
File Size: 987.38 KB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)