games in the classroom

Using Games in the Classroom

Posted by Laura Gatto on

Katrina Schwartz's blog post for  MindShift on November 24, 2014 entitled, "Some Struggles Teachers Face Using Games in the Classroom" brings to light the many barriers to implementing game-based lear...

Order of Adjectives Chart

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Use this chart as a reference and activity for word order of adjectives....

Picture Prompt: Adjective Endings

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Students practice using adjective endings  –ing and –ed with these pairs of adjective images....

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Image

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Use this image of the universal recycling symbol to prompt class discussion about recycling and the concept of "reduce, reuse, recycle."...

Butterfly Life Cycle Images

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Use these images of the stages in a butterfly life cycle to explore the concept of a life cycle....

5 Reasons to Use Closed-Captioning with BrainPOP Movies

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Here are some great reasons to use closed-captioning with BrainPOP movies. It's easy! All BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr., and BrainPOP ELL movies have built-in closed captioning (or subtitle) features. See...
speech-language pathologist

BrainPOP + Speech-Language Pathologists = Improving Student Achievement

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Certified BrainPOP Educator Kim Thomas is a Technology Integration Specialist at the Madison School District in Pheonix AZ. As part of her certification process, Kim led a training with the Speech &am...
November Curriculum

November Curriculum Spotlights

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Did you know that each month, BrainPOP highlights movie topics and other resources that might be relevant to your curriculum? Our Curriculum Spotlight page gives you a yearlong overview of all BrainPO...

Dog Show Picture Prompt

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Use this image of a dog show as a written or oral prompt about the movie Old Dog, New Tricks (L2U1L5), which reviews reflexive and object pronouns, phrasal verbs, and the modal can....
Speak Up 2014

Speak Up 2014 – Make Your Voice Heard

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Are you “Speaking Up” about digital learning this year? If not, you are missing a unique opportunity to have your views—as well as the views of your educators, students, their parents and the local co...