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This All About Me Worksheet is the perfect way for students to share information about themselves for back to school and to help build community.
Using Key Ideas and Details Worksheet, students read text or listen to an oral presentation and take notes on the details or key ideas you hear.
Using Green Eggs and Ham Reader's Theater, students act out different parts in the story Green Eggs and Hall to learn more about Dr. Seuss.
Using the Speaking Language Assessment Worksheet, teachers use this form to assess your student’s speaking commands of the conventions of standard English when speaking.
Using Asking Questions about a Topic Worksheet, students record their questions and answers they have while listening to a text or watching a video about a topic.
Using this Using Complete Sentences Worksheet, students produce complete sentences so people can fully understand what you want to say.
Using the Writing Formal vs. Informal Letters Worksheet, students read the prompts to determine if the situation requires formal or informal sentences.
Using the Is it Formal or Informal Worksheet, students determine which words or phrases are most appropriate to be said during formal or informal situations.
Using this SL.5.4 Fifth Grade Common Core Lesson, students report on a topic or text, tell a story, or recount an experience in an organized manner, using relevant facts, descriptive details and speak clearly.
Using this Describe It Figurative Language Activity, students match the word to the pictures that best describe them.
Using the Research Together Worksheet, students work with a partner, or a group, to research a topic to research a topic using several books to gather information.
Using this Describing Nouns Adjective Activity, students describe familiar people, places, things, and events.
Using this SL.2.4 Common Core Activity , students tell a story or recount an experience with appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details, speaking audibly in coherent sentences.
Using this SL.1.5 First Grade Common Core Lesson, students add drawings or other visual displays to descriptions as desired to provide additional detail.
Using this Working Together Worksheet, students work with a partner to improve their writing by sharing positive points and feedback.
Using this Speaking in Complete Sentences Worksheet, students explain to your partner using complete, descriptive sentences and how you built a structure.
Using this SL.4.2 Fourth Grade Common Core Lesson, students paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally.
Using the Describing Orally Worksheets, students draw a picture of someone you know, something you do, or somewhere you have been to share with the class