"Hearing Between The Lines" Lesson Plan For grades 7-12.Students will listen to and read lyrics from popular songs that explore themes of self-esteem, body image, and eating disorders, then participate in discussion and a writing exercise.

Ultimately, students will debate against one another to argue why their book should be added to the curriculum.

This encourages students to read for enjoyment back to top The Blind Date with a Book learning project is much more than just an engaging activity for students; the purpose of the project is to encourage independent reading based on students interests.

In this episode, Ashlie and Stephen are all set to go to the beach with their two young cousins, Ellie and Joe.

But the changeable English weather has other plans and they have to visit an indoor sports centre instead.

Ashlie and Ellie go snowboarding and Stephen takes Joe to the climbing wall to show off his Spiderman skills...

Amandeep goes behind the scenes at the BBC weather centre to see how weather forecasts are made and to get to the bottom of every British person's favourite conversation topic: the weather! Yeah, I have my medallion thanks to the zealous efforts of my young women leaders back home in Mississippi, but I’m truly awful at encouraging PP among the young women I lead now. It’s been well over a year since we had anyone in our unit earn their Young Womanhood Recognition award and medallion. I’ve been in since September, and it’s taken until now for us to really see the fruits of our labors. :-/ Luckily my counselors excel at the areas where I am weak, and they have really taken the reigns for personal progress in our unit.These lesson, activities, and games will help you and your students understand this serious problem. My third book just released titled Crumbun Says No To Bullying teaches children how to deal with a bullying situation.I find it very appropriate because children do not know what to do in these situations.We Support the NEA and we will see you on twitter Ellena, do you work for Safe Kids?