Morin, chelsea. parts of speech nouns and verbs

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  • Each and every student learns in a unique way and technology offers teachers ways to target the needs of their students. Furthermore, using the technologies available to us can help to keep students engaged and make learning fun and interesting that way students come to school wanting to learn instead of wanting to leave.
  • More information:The Guide to Grammar and Writing – http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/definitions.htmThis site gives definitions for basic sentence parts (including the parts of speech) and can be used as a reference for both students and teachers. It also offers several short quizes students can take to test their knowledge.ReadeWriteThink - http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/Readwritethink.org is a great source for teachers looking for new lesson plan ideas, prinouts, and interactive activities for students. It also offers links to professional development resources as well as parent and afterschool resources.Literacy Center Education Network - http://www.literacycenter.net/resources/This site is a wonderful source for learning games and printouts that can be used both inside and outside of the classroom. Many, if not all of the activities found on the site are aligned with Common Core State Standards for elementary age students.
  • With teacher guidance and support, first grade students can use this blog page, and the Webquest it includes in putting their knowledge to the test in a fun way. Students are given the task of creating their own “cheat sheets” about the parts of speech. The size and complexity of the task can be differentiated according to the teacher’s and students’ needs. For example, first graders may not yet be familiar with interjections so this part of the “cheat sheet” can easily be left out. The blog also contains links to site like Yahooligans, and BrainPop where students can play games complete other interactive activities to aid learning. Older students may not need as much teacher guidance in navigating the blog and linked websites.http://murielgissel.blogspot.com/p/webquest-parts-of-speech.html
  • Source:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sts-english-and-literature/id324023525
  • http://www.brainpop.com/english/grammar/partsofspeech/Teachers can show clips of the movie from BrainPop as part of one or more lessons on the parts of speech. Students can then complete the quiz and activities offered with classmates or individually.
  • This word sort, created using Kidspiration, could be used as a way for students to practice what they have learned about the parts of speech or as a form of assessment after learning each of the parts. Students are able to type vocabulary words into the blue symbols and then categorize them according to their part of speech. To further enhance their learning students can then use the interactive Writing View to write sentences for some or all of the vocabulary words. Doing so reinforces what they’ve learned in class and helps them to further develop the necessary twenty-first century learning skills.
  • Worksheet from: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Noun-Sort-205376
  • Flipbook materials from: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Parts-of-Speech-Flipbook-235784
  • Itunes Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/grammar-wonderland-primary/id591911867More information from McGraw-Hill: https://www.mheonline.com/apps/final_info/grammar_wonderland_primary
  • Source: http://thefirstgradefairytales.blogspot.com/2012/09/proper-noun-pizzas-freebie.html
  • Sources:http://www.magickeys.com/books/links.htmlhttp://www.funbrain.com/grammar/index.html
  • Source:http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/general/
  • Dictionary.com is a great resource for both teachers and students! Part of the Common Core State Standards addresses demonstrating command of the conventions of standard English and dictionaries are a great tool to help develop this ability. There’s even a dictionary.com app so students can use an iPad or iPhone to access a wealth of information!Sources:http://dictionary.reference.com/https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dictionary.com-dictionary/id308750436?mt=8
  • Bartleby.com is a great source for teachers and students because it offers access to a variety of poems that can easily be used in lessons about parts of speech. First grade students would likely need help from parents or teachers when navigating the site, but teachers can easily use the site to find poems and other literature to use in the classroom.Source:http://www.bartleby.com/
  • Sources: http://www.teachertube.com/http://blog.teachertube.com/
  • Primary Wall site: http://primarywall.com/Links to more collaborative sites: http://www.fractuslearning.com/2012/11/27/sites-student-collaboration/
  • Morin, chelsea. parts of speech nouns and verbs

    1. 1. Grammar: Parts of Speech 1st Grade Unit Chelsea Morin Fall 2013
    2. 2. Rationale for Technology Integration • We can use technology to our advantage in order to enhance our knowledge of the parts of speech through interactive websites, to research information on the subject, and to find lesson activities related to the topic. The possibilities are endless! Click the photo! • My presentation will demonstrate how teachers can easily incorporate such technologies as blogs, videos, and educational apps - into their classrooms to provide students with the best possible learning experience so they can be prepared to thrive in a technology driven society.
    3. 3. Internet Content • The internet offers an endless supply of information related to the teaching and learning of the parts of speech; each of the websites used in this presentation have proven to be reliable and up to date sources of information for teachers, students, and parents. • Click on graphics within the presentation to be linked to the websites mentioned. Any additional information can be found in the notes section of each slide.
    4. 4. Internet Resources • The Guide to Grammar and Writing – Sponsored by the Capitol Community College Foundation which aims to support “sholarships, faculty development and curriculum innovation.” • ReadWriteThink – Sponsored by the International Reading association; This site offers free materials like lesson plans, student interactives, and prinouts! • Literacy Center Education Network – Literacycenter.net gives teachers, parents, and students access to learning games, language printouts, and other useful resources.
    5. 5. Blog Muriel Gissel Mendoza is a teacher of English as a second language who created the Grammar-mania! blog. It gives access to lessons and more information regarding grammar. Click the image to visit the blog!
    6. 6. Podcast • PapaPodcasts, available through iTunes, offers several short podcasts related to the parts of speech. • Teachers can play one or all of the podcasts during class or students can listen to them on their own time to reinforce what they’ve learned in class. • Students with internet access at home can listen to the podcasts for free through iTunes! Click the picture to the left to visit the iTunes store and listen to the podcasts!
    7. 7. Instructional Videos •Students can watch this video as an introduction to the parts of speech. •Brainpop.com also has links to quizzes and activities related to the video that students can use to support their learning.
    8. 8. Kidspiration
    9. 9. Teaching Materials – Noun Sort Worksheet • This worksheet allows students to practice discriminating between common and proper nouns. •Students cut out the cards and paste them into the appropriate column on their sorting sheet. This activity can be done individually or with a partner. •Click on the worksheet to see the pdf version!
    10. 10. Teaching Materials –Flipbook •Click on the graphic to link to the pdf file of the flipbook! •Teachers can use the materials to introduce or review parts of speech with students. Adjectives and pronouns are also included in the booklet.
    11. 11. Teaching Materials – Educational Apps! Grammar Wonderland provides students with a fun and interactive way to practice their grammar skills! The app is designed for students in grades K-2 and can be purchased from the iTunes App store by clicking here Want to learn more? Click on the picture!
    12. 12. Teaching Materials – Proper Nouns Lesson Plan • Click here to link to a proper noun lesson plan I created for first grade students! • I found the idea and materials for my lesson activity from the First Grade Fairytales, a blog created by a first grade teacher in Georgia. The site is a great resource for teachers looking for creative lesson plans and activity ideas! Click on the picture to visit the blog!
    13. 13. Subject-specific Internet-based Resources • Children’s Storybooks Online is a searchable site suitable for teachers and students that offers links to story sites, games, cartoons, as well as to sites offering homework help! • Students can play Grammar Gorillas to practice identifying parts of speech. It offers beginner and advanced levels so students can customize the game to their needs. Click the picture to link to the game!
    14. 14. Click the link! Rubrics & Assessment • TeAchnology is a great resource for teachers looking for a way to generate their own rubrics. You can also access various premade rubrics as well as lesson plans and worksheets! • The rubric generator guides users through the process of creating a rubric and offers the opportunity to create rubrics for assignments with multiple objectives.
    15. 15. Uses of the Internet: Online Reference Materials • Dictionary.com can be used by teachers to help students learn the parts of speech as well as expand their vocabularies. • Students can use the site to learn standard grammar by searching definitions, finding synonyms, playing word games, etc. There’s even an app for that! Click the image to link to the iTunes App Store.
    16. 16. Uses of the Internet: Online Books • Poems are known for their colorful and descriptive language; Bartleby.com gives students and teachers access to poems useful in teaching and learning about the parts of speech – especially adjectives! • See the notes section for more information. • Click here to link to the site!
    17. 17. Web 2.0 TeacherTube is an online community teachers can use to share instructional videos. It provides “anytime, anywhere professional development with teachers teaching teachers.” Students can view the videos to learn a new concept or skill! Check out the TeacherTube blog!
    18. 18. Web 2.0 Click the picture above to link to the Primary Wall site! • Primary Wall is a great tool for both teachers and students! Want to see more sites for student/teacher collaboration? CLICK HERE! • Students and teachers can work together in real-time posting sticky notes to a “wall” – similar to a pinboard. • Perfect for brainstorming as a class!
    19. 19. Slideshare • Thanks for viewing :) • Make sure to check out my presentation on Slideshare!

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