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 is a lesson plan created by Amy Baldwin.Students will interview each other using an interest inventory. They will work in pairs and then independently create a google slide presentation based on their answers to their inventory.They will present their slide show to the class. The teacher will use a rubric to grade while the student is presenting.
In this social studies skill builder, students will learn about the life and death of Anne Frank. Students will be able to recognize what it means to empathize with the experience of others after reading about Anne Frank's life. This skill builder is most appropriate for students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. It is estimated this lesson will take about 15-25 minutes to complete. Through virtual field trips, class collaboration, and independent practice, students use reading comprehension and observation skills to learn about Anne Frank and her family's life before and during World War II. They will also learn about the trials and hardships the Jewish people faced and the importance of empathizing with others.
Thumbnail: screenshot of Nearpod lesson by Christina Nelson 7/27/2022
This one week lesson plan outlines daily activities for a lesson using Adobe Spark to create a final digital telling of student's narrative stories they wrote in class. This lesson adds a technical element to the overall lesson and works as an assessment of storytelling digitally and otherwise.