This is a lesson plan is meant to assist in teaching and assessing students' ability to identify character development, types, and changes. This resource can be modified to fit a novel unit study, short stories, or plays. The resource is intended to be used as a digital element in an in-person class but can be modified to fit other class types and modalities.Cover image: Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash
A set of lessons teaching classical appeals strategies (ethos, pathos, logos) and their use. Utilizes exemplar speeches by President Roosevelt ("Day of Infamy," December 8, 1941) and Sir Winston Churchill ("Be Ye Men of Valour" May 13, 1940).Image credit: © National Archives
Utilizing their school-issued iPad or personal phone, students will capture their own images to represent literary elements from their personal reading book. This assignment is designed to blend principles from digital photography, design, and reading literature standards to demonstrate deeper understanding and critical thinking skills. This lesson plan was created by Andrea Settle. "The Flying Book Collage" by Antonio TwizShiz Edward is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
This lesson plan promotes the use of written and spoken academic language by multilingual students. It is based on secondary standards. It uses filmmaking to bring writing and speaking together while focusing on academic langauge. Photo by Jeswin Thomas on Unsplash
This lesson plan is for ninth grade language arts class. It includes writing and critical thinking skills. It connects students to the humanities and encourages them to use different types of texts. Digital media will be included.
Students will pull information from a research article, write the most important and/or interesting facts on several note cards, and create a visual representation (infographic) of the selected important points of their research.
This is a discovery learning lesson which can be adapted across multiple contexts with appropriate scaffolding from the teacher. Students get involved in promoting recycling in their school by making posters and videos to post by the vending machines after researching the benefits of recycling.Image source for thumbnail: free clipart library
For this project, Students will be asked to instruct, inform, or teach others about a topic by making an instructional video.