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ELL-Friendly Games on GameUp

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Looking for games for your English Language Learners? Look no further! BrainPOP has pulled together an excellent collection of ELL-friendly games that require minimal reading, and span the curriculum ...
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1.5.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map about the possessive apostrophe. Using one or more nouns, illustrate the difference it makes when the apostrophe comes before or after the "s." Make a map showing how an apostrophe...
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1.4.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map about Mike. What does he do? What does he like? Make a map that illustrates the "s rule" for the 3rd person singular in present simple. Make a map illustrating the spelling change...
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1.2.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Write the question "What is Ben doing?" at the top or center of the page. Ask students to answer the question using images, text boxes, or movie clips. Show an image, sentence, or movie clip t...
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Make-a-Map Ideas

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Take snapshots from the movie and write  commands in the caption boxes. For example, “Moby, jump!”...
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Make-a-Map Ideas

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Have students make a map with a partner. In a text box, student A writes a simple sentence using one of the prepositions in, on, under, near, behind. For example, The dog is under the bench. St...
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Make-a-Map Ideas

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Place a simple question in the middle of the map. For example, Is it a ____? Place images around the question. Have students practice asking the question using the images they chose. For example, ...
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Make-a-Map Ideas

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Drag any of the images to the screen and write what it is. For example: It is a cat. In a new text box, write the sentence It is not a _______.  Drag any appropriate images from the image bank to il...
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1.1.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Create groups of images that correspond to the pronouns he, she, and it. What can they do to illustrate they? Make a chart conjugating the verb to be. Add images to go with the pronouns. Ill...
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My BrainPOP for BrainPOP ESL

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Originally Recorded March 2016 My BrainPOP is now available on BrainPOP ESL, our award-winning English language learning program. My BrainPOP ESL lets you keep track of students’ work and progres...