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...defining sentences with word bank
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SOUND LINE project:
1. Students work in "Learning Teams"
2. Teacher plays various sound effects (such as woman screaming, telephone ringing, fireworks, footsteps crunching in snow)
........(NOTE: Lots of sound effects can be found on Discovery Education, but this is a subscription resource.)
3. Students listen to sound; then discuss together what they think the sound is & reach a concensus; then write the sound on a small card. (NOTE: Students take turns writing sounds on cards.)
4. In their Learning Teams, students compare and rank sounds from softest to loudest & place the cards on a continnum line.
5. Students talk about their sound line using comparative & superlative language: softest, loudest, softer than, louder than
--Students write sentences using their sound line.
rubric for assessing "sound line" project:
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