This form works with any unit and any vocabulary. You supply the words; your students use this form to define, identify the part of speech, and to write an original sentence using the word. This worksheet has room for 20 vocabulary words.
I have used this form in my classroom over the past 13 years, and it really does work with any unit. This form has been a true lifesaver for me when I have had to call in for a sub at the last minute! Keep copies on hand, just in case.
This is a two-page. PDF file. You can download this worksheet here.
I advise a 400-page chronological yearbook, and we publish on a year-round basis. Training new staff members at the beginning of the year is important, and it must be done as quickly as possible. This is the first activity I have my new staff members do as an introduction to the parts of a yearbook and some of the terms that we used in publishing.
This worksheet is to be used in conjunction with sample yearbooks. I keep 20-30 different yearbooks in my classroom at any time as they serve as good inspirational and educational resources.
Each student takes a sheet and a yearbook. The form is rather self-explanatory and directs them to look for certain elements in the book. Upon completion, students are asked to rate the book and then present their findings in from of the class.
Most students are familiar with what a yearbook looks like and what he or she can expect to find inside on. This worksheet focuses on important terms and vocabulary that students will need to know for the rest of year.