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Malala Yousafzai classroom activities integrating language arts and fine arts.

These Malala Yousafzai classroom activities help teachers to introduce her inspirational story to their students. Easy for teachers, enriching for students.

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Six Million People: An Enrichment Activity for The Diary of Anne Frank” as seen on Fifth Grade Flock  www.fifthgradeflock.com

by Tonya Davis - Grade Everyone knows that is a big number, but exactly how big is it?

Engage children creatively with this Instagram style, 'tech' mobile phone/tablet 'All About Me' first week back, art and writing activity. Children can learn more about themselves and their peers and teachers can get to know more about their new classroom individuals in an imaginative way.This activity invites students to cut out and make their own fold out booklet style art-phone, and then to complete the image making on the front cover and the written elements inside.

All About Me Back to School 'Art Phone' creative art & writing activity

All About Me Back to School 'Art Phone' creative art and writing activity

This engaging novel, I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai, will really get your students thinking. Its perfect to engage students in higher order thinking and discussion activities.  This is also a great novel to teach the skill of using evidence from the text to support opinions.

I am Malala- A novel study unit

This engaging novel, I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai, will really get your…

The #Malala Project Lesson Plans

The Project Lesson Plans

Malala Yousafzai Collaboration Poster: My collaboration posters are designed to complement or supplement any Malala Yousafzai lesson or Womens History Unit. This poster is the perfect anticipatory set to pique your students interest or a great extension to finish your studies with a WOW.

Malala Yousafzai - Collaboration Poster - Great for Women's History Month

Malala Yousafzai Collaboration Poster: My collaboration posters are designed to complement or supplement any Malala Yousafzai lesson or Women's History Unit.

"Dead" words to build vocabulary. Have students add better, more descriptive words to replace original word.

Other ways to say & - a Prof. I had last semester actually did this when she taught high school and the results amazed her! As the school year progresses, you can also use this technique with other words that students tend to abuse in your classroom.

Not an Oxymoron: Standards-Based Fun in the Classroom!: 30 Projects and Activities for Middle School Language Arts, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1463660332/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awd_ZgT6rb11E7TXJ

Not an Oxymoron: Standards-Based Fun in the Classroom!: 30 Projects and Activities for Middle School Language Arts: Garrett M Carter:

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 | Malala Yousafzai won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014, the youngest ever winner. This lesson is a great way for students to learn about Malala and the global impact she is making on education and human rights, as well as consider the impact of her contributions.

Malala Yousafzai - Working to Change The World - Information Media Literacy, Critical Thinking/problem Solving Skills, Communication Skills, Collaboration Skills, Cross-Cultural Skills, Ethics/civic Responsibility

The Box Project - Critical Thinking/problem Solving Skills, Creative Thinking…

Reading fluency is also an issue for older students. Check out these tips to tackle this problem in your classroom.

Reading Fluency Activities for Older Students

This is a great toolkit for helping students continue improving their fluency as they age out of elementary school. Reading fluency is also an issue for older students. Check out these tips to tackle this problem in your classroom.

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