Thursday, January 11, 2018

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Free!!! Winter Sports Listening Center QR Codes with Graphic Organizer”

by Faith Siegrist
1st - 5th Grade

Winter Sports:
Great way for students to practice Winter Sports with Ipads/ipods. Students will scan the QR code and listen to a story and then use one of the graphic organizers to show the sequence of events in the story. Use one as a whole group activity and then use the rest in a listening center for further practice. 

I have used I-nigma as a free QR reader, but there are many others out there that are free. 

All of the books go through SafeShare so no student will be able to access Youtube.

The 33 Codes included:
Building of the Winter Sports Arena
Preview of the Winter Sports Complex
History of Ice Hockey-45 mins!!!
Science behind Ice Hockey
Ice Hockey Team trailers
Alpine Skiing interview Leanne Smith 
Alpine Skiing Paralympics
Alpine Skiing interview with Ted Ligety
Alpine Skiing USA Team
Bobsled History
Bobsled Aerodynamics
Bobsled Hopeful Aja Evans
Bobsled Raising an Olympian
Curling-What is it?
Curling- What it is all about
Skating the Science behind it
Skating USA Team
Skating Canadian Hopefuls
Ski Jumping Science behind it
Ski Jumping How to train

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  1. Your Winter Olympics-themed lesson is not only fun and timely, but it also incorporates important Language Arts skills, such as reading comprehension and writing. I love how you included different activities, such as a reading passage and a writing prompt, to help students practice these skills in a creative way. Dissertation Help Online

  2. This free language arts lesson on winter sports listening center QR codes sounds fantastic! I love how it incorporates interactive technology through the use of QR codes. It's great to see educators providing such engaging and innovative resources for students to enhance their listening skills. The graphic organizer is a handy tool that allows students to organize their thoughts effectively. This lesson proves that learning can be fun and interactive without having to pay someone to do my assignment. Keep up the great work!