Hunger games bookmarks with lyrics to the meadow song on it. If you have some obsessed students, you could print them out and give them to the students as a reward.
This is a fascinating idea. Students should summarize each chapter in a “tweet” or 140 characters. As the lesson plan says “Every word counts and most important events should be included.” You could do some fascinating things with this in class. This is a high school literature assignment.
I am floored to find 617 lesson plans using Twitter on the TES site. Some talk about social networks and society, advertising, etc. and others are recommendations for teachers, however, Twitter is increasingly becoming PART Of lessons and what we do. I think that eventually we’ll have to make friends with social media in education just as we did with email.
A set of SAT prep questions worked for you. These videos are mostly from Khan but organized by sections on the TES website. Another way to do prep.
This SAT prep program is free and has more than 60 lessons in math, reading, and writing. It also includes a score projector. This is something parents CAN have their children do to prepare for the test (unless you want to get my FAVORITE book for this — SAT prep for dummies .)
Another set of probability notes from Sparknotes. Did you eralize they have SAT testprep on sparknotes? Here is a nice review of probability there.
As an SAT coach at my school, the probability questions often challenge students. Here is a set of SAT probability questions to help students for the SAT (there is one coming up next week if you’re a math teacher, you might want to print this out.)
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