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Overview:
Students will develop a deeper understanding of idioms. This lesson aligns with the core standard:Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative language such as metaphors and similes.This lesson includes video, Nearpod, class discussion, and independent work.Preview image taken from: https://nearpod.com/t/english-language-arts/5th/idioms-barking-up-the-wrong-tree-L38568952
Remix of:
Lesson Plan Template
Subject:
Literature
Level:
Upper Elementary
Material Type:
Interactive, Lesson Plan, Nearpod
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Date Added:
07/21/2022
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Format:
Text/HTML

Comments

Sherrie on Aug 06, 08:21pm

Thank you for the helpful suggestions. I have added an online interactive idiom game. I have also added a funny idiom video. I added an idiom book making option in the assessment section.

Sherrie on Aug 06, 07:58pm

In the instruction section, I have added accommodations for leaner differences.

Julianna on Aug 05, 04:25pm

Something I like about this resource is that it included videos, a NearPod, and cooperative learning. I really liked how there were different media and interactions within the lesson plans.
An opportunity to improve this resource is to create a game using idioms with students. I love the idea of an idiom wall, and I thought it would be fun for students to include a game where students have to find idioms in a text or video, or they create stories with idioms, and whichever team has the most wins.
Something I wonder about this resource is if there was a silly video that embodied all things idioms. The videos are great, but in my experiences, my students would be disengaged rather quickly so for me, I would look for one that my students would think was funny while educational.
One new idea to consider in the design of this resource is to have a culmination activity where students showed their learning by writing a story or acting out a skit with idioms.

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