Learning the Object Oriented Programming concepts such as classes, interfaces, overriding, and inheritance.
Explore WWII and Astronaut survival kits, what they contained and culminates with students designing an emergency preparedness kit.
This parent guide supports the creation of an emergency preparedness kit for home along with how to create an entire emergency plan.
This lesson focuses on reducing subject relative clauses as well as shortening relative pronouns. An example of reducing a subject relative clause might be removing “who is” from the sentence, “the man who is standing over there.” In that exampleRelative pronouns include that, which, who, whom, what, and whose.An example might be “He doesn’t like the shirt that I bought.”In defining relative clauses, when the relative pronoun (that) is the object of the clause (I bought)we can drop the relative pronoun.If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account.
Is your student referring to one object, person or thing, or multiple objects, people or things? This lesson on singular and plural regular nouns helps identify quantity — whether someone is referring to one or many.The lesson suits beginner-level students and can be taught to children, teenagers and adults.If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account.