Ideas for #noworksheetweek (ELA)
Have students write a sentence using a whiteboard, whiteboard app, or Google Drawing. Have them annotate it to show what makes it a sentence. Students can do this individually, in pairs or small groups.
Have students Tweet sentences in 140 characters or less. Go low tech or high tech!
Low Tech: Twitter Wall Example
Hi Tech: Mrs. Cassidy's Class Twitter Account The latest Tweets from Mrs. Cassidy's Class (@mscassidysclass). We are a class of grade one students inviting the world into our classroom. Moose Jaw, Canada
Take a picture of student writing and have students create a Thinglink showing the parts of a sentence. Seamlessly make your images, videos, and 360 content interactive with text, links, images, videos and over 70 call to actions, creating memorable experiences for any audience
Worksheet courtesy of: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill: Reading
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Sentence Annotations with Google Drawing I called her on the telephone. What makes this a sentence? It starts with a capital letter A period is used as punctuation at the end. This group of words expresses a complete thought. A sentence tells what happened. A sentence names the person or thing you are talking about.
7 Ideas for Replacing Worksheets by Susan Antonelli
Students can interview each other about concepts in class. Use a tool like SoundCloud or iTunes to record student interviews. Have peers listen to these and provide feedback.
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