There are currently 39 worksheets in this category with more being added regularly. This particular worksheet uses a newspaper article to get students to think about traffic police. It includes a range of activities including a true or false section, a role play, and a writing activity. If your students are not quite at this level yet, consider an alternative worksheet to use in your classroom.
Using these current events in sessions is so important to me. Typically our special needs students don't pick up on as much incidental learning as their peers. Current events are one of the areas I notice my kids need direct instruction and extra discussion or they will not engage.
I wanted to share 5 free resources I found this week to use with my students to discuss Nelson Mandela during speech and language therapy. It has a cartoon story of the history of Mandela's life.
There is even a comprehension quiz! It also has a map and interactive learning games. This app is fantastic!
The second free app I downloaded this week is called Mandela- stories and game s. In this one I love the real picture included in the story and the timeline activity. It's more appropriate for older students.
There are also a few activities I downloaded for free from TPT.
Mandela Reading Comprehension for th grade from Rick's Resources. This Cloze Reading activity, by Caroline Crow, is a great activity for middle school or high school students.
With my younger groups, I'm going to use this coloring sheet and discuss the South African Flag. We will use it as a compliment to any of our articulation or language goals by 'earning' crayons!
For example, for every 10 artic words, they will earn one color to color their flag. Are you discussing Nelson Mandela this week?
How are you conveying his significance in history to your students?Nov 29, · Nelson Mandela and his struggle for benjaminpohle.comn by Sarah Ridley.
A man who helped to shape the world. Thanks for watching READING MATTERS WITH IFFY. Learners' biography Rolihlahla Mandela was born into the Madiba clan in Mvezo, Transkei, on 18 July His mother was Nonqaphi Nosekeni and his father, Nkosi Mphakanyiswa Gadla Mandela, was the main advisor to the Acting King of the Thembu people, Jongintaba Dalindyebo.
Lesson Description: Students read a brief bio about Nelson Mandela.
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Great for new teachers, student teachers, homeschooling and teachers who like creative ways to teach. Join the popular membership section!! Nelson Mandela, writing from his prison cell Submitted by Anne Dalke on Fri, 12/06/ - am “You may find that the cell is an ideal place to learn to know yourself, to search realistically and regularly the processes of your own mind and feelings.
Goal: The purpose of this activity is to use Nelson Mandela's leadership traits and skills as a way to help family members think about the qualities of leadership in general, and in their own.