If everybody was satisfied with himself there would be no heroes. Write a brief essay to a person younger than yourself, comparing and contrasting learning by experience to learning by studying a subject. Unfortunately, this negativity often stands in the way of finding common ground and solving problems.
Create-A-Review No more boxes Well I mean technically the boxes are still there but now they're hidden and have variable sizes. And since everything no longer has to fit in to a 1 inch by 2 inch box it also allows for more problem types.
More problem types Yep, now almost every problem on the site is also on the create-a-review. There are some that wouldn't work or fit, but for the most part if you're looking for a problem it'll be there. Sort By Grade You can now sort by 1st through 8th grade or by subject.
Kindergarten isn't on there simply because most of the kindergarten stuff on the site is interactive, not so much worksheets I should probably do something about that. Full Page Sheets Now when you use the create-a-review it will automatically allow for full page sheets or even multiple pages.
Basically it'll try to choose the best size page for you based on the problem sizes. You CAN force it to use the half page format, but depending on the the problem types you chose they may or may not fit. For example, trying to create a review of 10 bar graphs would be impossible to fit into half a page.
So you may have to do some adjusting manually. Updated Projector Mode With all the other changes made, projector mode also had to be completely changed. Now it will attempt to create a So the page size will increase and increase to accommodate the problems.
This will basically let it render everything readable, while also decreasing load times. Shuffle for Best Fit In order to help keep things as small as possible I've added the option to shuffle the problems for best fit. The normal worksheet shuffle will essentially sort by problem width, while the 'force half page' will shuffle by problem height.
Moveable problems Now you can reorganize the problems to your liking. Create-A-Test More problems More problems. Now you can add up to 50 problems.
The way that'll work with the answer column though is if you go over 30 it'll create a separate answer page with 2 student answer keys. Answer Bank Now you can add an answer bank to the test.
The way I've set this up is that not every problem will show up in the answer bank though, but logical ones will. For example the question: Same thing with multiple choice answers. Space Below Problems Yep, now you can add more or less space between the problems Updated layout algorithm Without going into too many nerd details I've changed the way the problems will lay out if they span two pages.
Now instead of being a set size they'll expand to a percentage of the available size.
And as always if you notice anything not working or looking quite right, please let me know. Oh yeah, if you absolutely hate change and want to use the old version of the c-a-r or c-a-t you can find them here:The best source for free math worksheets. Easier to grade, more in-depth and best of all % FREE!
Common Core, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade and more! This Writing Prompts for High School Lesson Plan is suitable for 9th - 12th Grade. Are you teaching a high school language arts class and stumped for writing topics?
Five pages of writing prompts for all kinds of writing should help you out. Many of these prompts refer to texts that are not included in this resource, but they should be easily found online.
Printables for Grades K-5 Food grabs students' attention and these lesson resources will, too! Choose from warm-ups with questions, printables using math skills, science activities including a lab with stations, and writing prompts. Writing standards for eleventh and twelfth grades define the knowledge and skills needed for writing proficiency at these grade levels.
By understanding 11th and 12th grade writing standards, parents can be more effective in helping their children meet grade level expectations.
Free, printable ELA Common Core Worksheets for 11th and 12th grade.
WS A Place to Visit (Descriptive) Think of a fun place you have enjoyed visiting. Write an essay describing that place with interesting details and examples that show what makes it fun for you. WS Learning Two Ways (Expository) It is often said that experience is a great teacher, but experience isn’t the only way to learn. Write a brief essay to a person younger than yourself, comparing and contrasting learning by experience to learning by studying a subject. 4 10th Grade Persuasive Essay Prompts 1. Situation: Many high school students hold part-time jobs after school. Directions: Think about the effects part-time jobs have on students.
Includes language, informational and literature text, and writing. Use in class or home. Visit Today! In this lesson, we will examine various types of narrative techniques in writing, as well as examples of the literary techniques relevant to style, plot, and perspective/point of view.