1.1.4 Adjectives Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ESL movie Five Dogs (L1U1L4), Moby is walking dogs in the park. As he tries to keep track of all the different dogs, students are introduced to simple adjectives and prepositions of pl...

1.1.4 Prepositions of Place Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ESL movie Five Dogs (L1U1L4), Moby is walking dogs in the park. As he tries to keep track of all the different dogs, students are introduced to simple adjectives and prepositions of pl...

Writing, Reasoning, & Civics Lesson Plan: Drafting Board Game

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In this writing, reasoning, and civics lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 5-12, students use BrainPOP resources (including an online game) to explore the process of producing clear and polishe...
Teacher Support and Assessment

Teacher Support Materials and Assessment with Quandary

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This screencast outlines teacher support materials and assessment ideas for Quandary, one of the award winning English games on BrainPOP's GameUp....

1.3.4 Count and Non-Count Nouns Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ESL movie, Any Cookies? (L1U3L4) Ben and Moby are hungry and thirsty upon arriving home from school. They look for snacks, while using some and any as well as the phrases how much and ...

1.1.3 Be (Questions) Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ESL movie, What Is It? (L1U1L3), Moby comes to visit Ben, bringing him a surprise. As Ben tries to guess what’s in the box, students are introduced to the interrogative form of the ver...

1.1.2 The Verb to Be (Negative) Lesson Plan

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In the BrainPOP ESL movie Magic Show (L1U1L2), Moby and Ben introduce the negative forms of the verb to be in the present tense. The lesson plan, adaptable for grades K-8, engages students through han...
Sortify Discussion Starters

Sortify Discussion Starters

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What strategies did you use when choosing your bucket labels? How did you decide which bin to place your tiles in when there was more than one option? Which tiles were the most diffic...
Outline Your Thoughts!

Outline Your Thoughts

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This outline graphic organizer is the perfect prewriting or knowledge testing tool. Students can organize their thoughts and details before starting to draft a piece of writing, or for later use when ...

Reading Comprehension Lesson Plan: Using Context Clues

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In this lesson plan which is adaptable for grades 3-12, students will use BrainPOP resources to learn about context clues and practice using context clues as a reading comprehension strategy....