Our Future Worlds
For my final project for the school year, I asked the Grade 1 students to put a figurine representing their future selves and their dream jobs in a diorama they created for Civics class. Here are their works!
I hope you enjoyed this school year, my dear Grade 1!
For a live class activity, I asked the Grade 8 students to take photos to illustrate clearly the difference between sentences with certain incomplete or complete comparisons.
They really went above and beyond. I couldn’t believe they were able to do these in just a few hours. Here are my favorites.
UNO Card Infographics
Because there are so many rules for subject-verb agreement, I decided to teach the Grade 7 students these different rules through different UNO Cards. As a culminating activity, I asked them to design their own cards for each rule. Sadly, we will have to skip rules 6–7, but here are my favorites for the rest of the rules!
What can you do aside from using technology?
Recently, the Grade 1 students and I discussed the importance of being careful in our use of gadgets. For their final output, I assigned them to make a comic on what else they could do instead of using their devices at home.
Here are my favorite ones!
Because we’ve been talking about the importance of sentence fragments in dialogue, I asked the Grade 9 students to create COVID-Themed advertisements that end with a powerful sentence fragment.
Here are my favorite works (in no particular order)!
Choose Your Player
We’ve recently wrapped up our topics on capitalization with the Grade 8 class. To formally close the topic, I asked the Grade 8 students to create sidekicks of their copy editing alter-egos. So many of them went the extra mile and did beautifully!
Here are my favorite ones (in no particular order).
Grade 7 Round-Robbin Stories
We have just wrapped up our discussion on verbals, and as a way to formally close it, I asked the students to create short stories that use verbals in a specific kind of way.
For them to be able to pull of what they did in a week truly amazed me. Here is the work of both groups. Well done, Grade 7!
For their Civics and English output for the week, the Grade 1 students were asked to make creative and instructional videos where they would both give and receive instructions.
Most of them did so well, and I had so much fun watching their videos. Here are some of my favorites. (Sadly, there were more that I enjoyed but their videos’ privacy settings were different, so I cannot post them here.) Nonetheless, please enjoy these favorites. 😊
Grade 2 Glossaries
Recently, I talked about the glossary with Grade 2 students. For their final output for the week, I asked them to create a real life “Word Wall” based on some stories we took up for the year. They then hung it up anywhere at home.
Here are some of my favorite works!