Does your student understand concepts like public/private, vague/precise, and vertical/horizontal? These lessons help students learn the curricular concepts they need to excel in the classroom.
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100% Concepts: Intermediate gives students practice in applying more than 200 concepts to classroom work. All of the one-page lessons use curricular contexts. The lessons are organized by topic area. Each topic area includes teaching suggestions and a progress chart.
The topic areas and some of the concepts are:
Location and Direction- front/rear, near/distant, area/zone/territory, coast/shore, interior/exterior, and more
Size, Weight, and Volume- massive, deep/shallow, weight, area, volume, height, length, expand/contract, and more
Quantity- single/double/triple, odd/even, thousand, million, and more
Comparison- similarities/differences, equal, fewer/fewest, superlatives, and more
Quality or Condition- simple/complex, direct/indirect, solid/hollow, ancient/modern, mixed/pure, and more
Time and Occurrence- sometimes/always/commonly, whoever/whomever, daily/weekly/monthly/annually, and more
Relationship- alone/single/together, divided/joined/united, and more
Degree or Extent- partly, halfway, somewhat, generally, minor/major, mild/severe, common/uncommon, and more
Truth, Fact, and Likelihood- clearly, probably, possibly, incorrect, definite, and more