Sunday, July 31, 2022

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Talk About Physical Exercise - Powerpoint and Google Slides - ESL for Adults”

by LessonSpeak
11th - 12th Grade


This 10-slide lesson, combined with the guide, is all you will need to earn what you are worth! This curriculum will get your intermediate/advanced ESL conversational teenage/adult students talking more! Physical exercise is something that everyone can partake in! Not only is it enjoyable, but it brings many health benefits. This topic helps ELL with vocabulary development, oral communication, and most importantly, it will give your students more speaking practice.

Lesson Length: 40 minutes

Guide Length: 20 minutes


- 10 non-prep JPEG images of slides

- 10 non-prep PDF file of slides

- Bonus Trial Lesson Guide!

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1) Coaches/Teachers:

  • Save time
  • Demonstrate authority & quality
  • Provide structured conversational lessons

2) Adult ESL Learners:

  • Learn to speak confidently
  • Discuss business in English
  • Encounter new perspectives


The easiest conversational lesson you'll ever give! Simply follow these steps:

1.) Open the content

2.) Join video chat with student(s) & share screen

3.) Ask your student(s) to read directly off the slides & correct them where needed

4.) Watch the clock!

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Saturday, July 30, 2022

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Expository Writing: An Overview”

by Dianne Mason
10th - 12th Grade

This mini-lesson provides an overview of the expository essay writing process. The lesson introduces 4 stages of the writing process, 6 tools that build effective essays, the importance of audience and purpose, and a variety of organizational tactics. Notes on teaching are included as well as a PDF of the power point along with a vocabulary activity to help students understand the benefit of using simple, clear language.

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Friday, July 29, 2022

FREE MATH LESSON - “{Freebie!} Numbers 1-9 Flip Book in English and Spanish”

by My Happy Place
Pre-Kindergarten - Kindergarten

This common core aligned flip book provides a fun way for students to practice reading numerals 0-9. This is a customer-requested prequel to my Teen Numbers Flip Book freebie

Have the students cut on the dotted lines and then stack the numeral cards. Staple the cards to the top portion (where indicated). Have the students point to the words to read their new book! This activity helps kindergarten students with number sense and numeral identification.

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Thursday, July 28, 2022

FREE MISC. LESSON - “Colorful Clipart Lightbulb ~ FREEBIE!”

by Giraffe Logo
Pre-Kindergarten - 12th Grade

Colorful Classroom Clipart - Lightbulb FREEBIE includes…

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x2 Accent Colors for both Light & Dark backgrounds

—> Perfect for quickly dragging and dropping to any presentation or document for an instant visual boost!

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Wednesday, July 27, 2022

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Teaching Ideas Week #1”

by Connie
7th - 12th Grade

Hello, Classroom Colleagues,

Each week, I will upload a poster suggesting ideas you can incorporate into your lessons to deepen middle school and high school students' learning in the English Language Arts Cores: Literature, Literary Analysis, Writing, Vocabulary and Grammar.

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image on the poster.

Week #1 showcases:

Literature: "'Brave New World' Unit Plan"

Literary Analysis: "A Fall Cornucopia: Literary Analysis & Writing Activities"

Grammar: "Grammar: Prepositions Lessons & Activities"

Writing: "Writing Activities "Utopian and Dystopian Society Novel Projects"

Vocabulary: "Vocabulary: Juggling Meaning: Know Your Words", and

Journalism: "Journalism Infographic" (FREE)

The "'Brave New World' Unit Plan" will take approximately 13 90 minutes-per-class days with 60 minutes on the book, and 26 55 minute periods with 20-30 minutes on the novel study. Since multiple activities are included in each of the other products, select those that meet your goals for that week, and save the rest for other times when you want to reinforce students' skills and abilities in one of the specific Core areas.

However you use them, each week you are adding engaging lessons and activities to your repertoire that empower students to strengthen their comprehension, critical thinking, discussion, writing, grammar and vocabulary skills. What a Win-Win for your students and you!

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Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Back-to-School mini activities

These mini-activities will keep your students gainfully occupied while you tend to other students, have a partially-filled classroom for any reason, the get-to-know you time, or extra time at the end of the day. The activities for language arts and math for grades 3-6 include:

  • SLAM posters (Student Likes are Marvelous) (students sign their name and favorite under the topic)
  • Cooperative story time (using topic words, students create a sequential story)
  • What I didn’t do last summer (an amusing twist to the traditional creative writing assignment)
  • GOAL! Setting goals for the school year (help your students set yearly goals)
  • Back-to-School Math Review Bingo (good for any level)
  • Create Your Own Math Problem (students create word problems for their classmates to solve)
  • School Supplies Sudoku (this sudoku uses images rather than numbers)
  • School Supplies Sudoku - Answer

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “FREE Response to Literature Bell-Ringer Writing Tasks, Quickwrite Warm-Ups, CCSS”

by Laura Randazzo
9th - 12th Grade

Help students connect with literature with this set of bell-ringer writing prompts!

For each writing task, students are given a compelling quote and asked to explain the author’s message and the extent to which they agree or disagree with the idea. Then, they’ll support their position, providing reasons and examples from their own life experience, observations of others, or academic studies. The magic happens when students share their answers either in small group or full-class discussion. In that discussion, students will begin to see how the quote relates to many modern life situations.

There are several ways you might want to use these slides/handouts in your physical or digital classroom, including:

1. Use as a routine bellringer writing/discussion activity to begin class one day each week.

2. Use the writing prompts whenever a lesson wraps up more quickly than planned or to help fill an emergency sub plan.

3. Use thematically related prompts as a supplement to novel studies.

4. Use as timed writing practice.

This collection of five slide/handout sets includes words of wisdom from the following:

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Coraline by Neil Gaiman

What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

All American Boys by Jason Reynolds

This download includes:

• 5-page PDF of slides you can project in a traditional classroom setting

• 5 JPG slide images you can drop into a Google Slides or Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to share in a secured online classroom

• 5-page PDF of full-sheet handouts where students can write their answers (They also could use binder paper or a blank MS Word or Google Doc to complete this task.)

• 5-page PDF of half-sheet handouts if you’d like students to write shorter answers

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