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DECEMBER Listening Vocabulary Comprehension Activities DECEMBER Listening Vocabulary Comprehension Activities
DECEMBER Listening Vocabulary Comprehension Activities
By Listen With Lynn - Lynn A. Wood
sku: A15LAN1429
$ 5
The DECEMBER Listening and Language By The Month resource includes seven activities that can be used ALL MONTH for auditory memory and comprehension, seasonal vocabulary, developing grammar, and build ...
January Writing Prompts for D/HH Students January Writing Prompts for D/HH Students
January Writing Prompts for D/HH Students
By The Tote Bag Teacher
sku: A21LAN1395
$ 3
Writing can be challenging for students who are deaf or hard of hearing (or students with limited English language skills) for a variety of reasons. But as with anything, the more opportunities a stud ... ent has to practice something, the easier it becomes over time.What's included:This downloadable PDF file includes 24 writing prompts for January.A variety of question types are included such as narrative, opinion, descriptive, imaginative, and informational.Most of the 24 prompts are related to events and activities in January, while others are simply meant to be fun and silly. Several prompts are related specifically to hearing loss.Please note I did not include a grade level for this resource because it's meant to be used based on a student's individual writing level. However, most questions are geared around a 1-3 grade level. If you have any questions about the prompts, please post in the "Q & A" tab above and I will be happy to help.Suggested use:I use these daily with my deaf/hard-of-hearing students. They have 10 minutes to write uninterrupted. I encourage them to continue writing for the entire time, even if they think they're done sooner. When kept in a binder or folder, these entries are a phenomenal (and easy) way to clearly see their growth.After they've finished writing, we go over it together, targeting 1-2 writing elements they are working on while ignoring any other errors they may make. We use different colored markers to circle the elements (correct tenses, use of pronouns, prepositions, etc.). It's even better when they can point these out themselves. For example, I'll ask "where are the different tenses you used?". Then they point out all the tense endings and circle them in orange. Then, we look for all the pronouns they used and circle those in green, etc.I have found this a favorite way to practice writing skills with my students because it's non-intimidating and fun. students are proud to share their work and start to see themselves as writers.
Instructional Stories - Culture & Customs - Chinese New Year Instructional Stories - Culture & Customs - Chinese New Year
Instructional Stories - Culture & Customs - Chinese New Year
$ 2
Learn about culture and customs of other countries. These activities can be used for discussion, with fillable sheets for categorization, vocabulary, questions and answers and short answer writing
Vocabulary - Morphology - al - ast - man Vocabulary - Morphology - al - ast - man
Vocabulary - Morphology - al - ast - man
$ 195
Help students understand how to decode words with lessons in morphology.Fillable sheets that focus on the Latin roots of -al, man- and -ast. Includes fillable materials for each.
December Writing Prompts for D/HH Students December Writing Prompts for D/HH Students
December Writing Prompts for D/HH Students
By The Tote Bag Teacher
sku: A21LAN1396
$ 3
Writing can be challenging for students who are deaf or hard of hearing (or students with limited English language skills) for a variety of reasons. But as with anything, the more opportunities a stud ... ent has to practice something, the easier it becomes over time.What's included:This downloadable PDF file includes 20 writing prompts for December.A variety of question types are included such as narrative, opinion, descriptive, imaginative, and informational.Most of the 20 prompts are related to events and activities in December, while others are simply meant to be fun and silly. Several prompts are related specifically to hearing loss.Please note I did not include a grade level for this resource because it's meant to be used based on a student's individual writing level. However, most questions are geared around a 1-3 grade level. If you have any questions about the prompts, please post in the "Q & A" tab above and I will be happy to help.Suggested use:I use these daily with my deaf/hard-of-hearing students. They have 10 minutes to write uninterrupted. I encourage them to continue writing for the entire time, even if they think they're done sooner. When kept in a binder or folder, these entries are a phenomenal (and easy) way to clearly see their growth.After they've finished writing, we go over it together, targeting 1-2 writing elements they are working on while ignoring any other errors they may make. We use different colored markers to circle the elements (correct tenses, use of pronouns, prepositions, etc.). It's even better when they can point these out themselves. For example, I'll ask "where are the different tenses you used?". Then they point out all the tense endings and circle them in orange. Then, we look for all the pronouns they used and circle those in green, etc.I have found this a favorite way to practice writing skills with my students because it's non-intimidating and fun. students are proud to share their work and start to see themselves as writers.
Language Skills - Story Starts - Bentley gets a Special Treat Language Skills - Story Starts - Bentley gets a Special Treat
Language Skills - Story Starts - Bentley gets a Special Treat
$ 2
Make writing interesting using pictures to get started. Pre-writing includes putting ideas on paper, and generating a topic sentence before writing a paragraph.
Language Skills - Story Starts - Star of Groundhog Day Language Skills - Story Starts - Star of Groundhog Day
Language Skills - Story Starts - Star of Groundhog Day
$ 2
Make writing interesting using pictures to get started. Pre-writing includes putting ideas on paper, and generating a topic sentence before writing a paragraph. What would your day look like if you ... were a groundhog on Groundhog Day?
Instructional Stories - The United Nations Instructional Stories - The United Nations
Instructional Stories - The United Nations
$ 2
Use these worksheets to learn about or reinforce lessons on the United Nations. Includes reading passages for basic and more advanced readers.
Language Skills - Story Starts - Bentley is all grown up Language Skills - Story Starts - Bentley is all grown up
Language Skills - Story Starts - Bentley is all grown up
$ 2
Make writing interesting using pictures to get started. Pre-writing includes putting ideas on paper, and generating a topic sentence before writing a paragraph.
Vocabulary - Morphology - number words Vocabulary - Morphology - number words
Vocabulary - Morphology - number words
$ 295
Early math instruction teaches enumeration - the designation of a numeral for a given number. This helps with visualization of quantity when listening to a story or reading a written passage. Include ... s fillable materials and activities for drawing numbers, answering questions, drawing numbers and critical thinking skills.
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