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The Roadmap To Create A Complete Digital Marketing Plan

It’s Marketing and Branding Month at Inman, but the conversation on how to improve your marketing strategies will continue long after. One place you can pick up the conversations again, with your brightest peers and sharpest competitors, is at Inman Connect Las Vegas (ICLV) — Oct. 26-28. 

Top-performing agents and brokers, social media gurus from around the country, and the best marketers will be sharing their insider tips and secrets at Inman Connect this year — ones that actually work and yield results. Join us to learn how to up your marketing game for the rest of this year and beyond. 

All three days are peppered with sessions that will provide you valuable insights on how to improve your marketing tactics to advertise your listings, attract new leads, and create a brand for yourself. In addition, we’ll go deeper into how agents can optimize their online presence on Oct. 26

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Adjectives Lesson Plan | BrainPOP Educators

Grade Levels: 3-5, 6-8, K-3

In the BrainPOP ELL movie Five Dogs (L1U1L4), Moby is walking dogs in the park. As he tries to keep track of all the different dogs, students are introduced to simple adjectives and prepositions of place. This lesson plan, adaptable for grades K-8, invites students to use adjectives in simple sentences with the verb to be.

Students will:

  1. Describe objects using adjectives in simple sentences with the verb to be.

Vocabulary:

Adjectives: large, small, fat, skinny, full, empty

Colors: red, yellow, blue, black, white, orange, green, purple, brown

Sentence constructions: The dog is ___________. It’s a __________ dog.

Preparation:

Cut out the four images.

Lesson Procedure:

  1. Check It. To spot check understanding of adjective placement, pause the movie Five Dogs (L1U1L4) at any point for students to describe what they see.
  2. Describe It. After watching the segment about Adjectives in
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Louis Armstrong Lesson Plan: Analyze individual development over the course of events

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Emily Dickinson Lesson Plan: Analyze a Poem

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Polygons Lesson Plan: What Makes a Shape a Polygon

This lesson plan, adaptable for grades K-3, invites students to explore BrainPOP Jr. resources to learn about what makes a shape a polygon. After identifying the properties of a polygon, students will use the Make-a-Map tool to classify shapes.

Students will:

  1. Work in pairs to understand the differences between shapes that are polygons and shapes that are not.
  2. Look for polygons in their surrounding environment and classify them.

Materials:

  • Internet access for BrainPOP
  • Interactive whiteboard
  • Paper
  • Markers

Vocabulary:

vertices, quadrilaterals, polygon, hexagon, pentagon, nonagon, heptagon

Preparation:

  • Preview the movie Polygons to plan for adaptations.
  • Assign the Polygons Make-a-Map using Assignment Builder.

Lesson Procedure:

  1. Before watching the movie, distribute paper to each student and ask them to draw as many different kinds of shapes as they can. Encourage them to be creative and to not draw the same shape twice.
  2. After students have finished drawing,
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Student Gamers Lesson Plan: Evaluating Video Games

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Future Tense (Will) Lesson Plan

Grade Levels: 3-5, 6-8, K-3

In the BrainPOP ELL movie, What Will I Do? (L2U2L2), Ben is running for school president. He uses the future tense to describe his many goals, but realizes it won’t be easy to please everyone! In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K-8, students are prompted to use the future tense construction of will + verb to make predictions, write dialogues, follow instructions, and create a game about the future.

Students will:

  1. Predict the content of the movie using will + verb.
  2. Role-play a dialogue in response to oral prompts.
  3. Follow multi-step oral instructions to construct a game with manipulatives.

Vocabulary:

will, won’t, predict, promise, election, president, fortune

Lesson Procedure:

  1. Predictions. Before starting the movie What Will I Do? (L2U2L2), pause at the opening screen with Ben and Moby and the “Vote for Ben” poster. Ask the class to predict what they
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Styles of Art Lesson Plan

In the BrainPOP ELL movie Styles of Art (L3U5L1), Ben is trying to paint Moby’s portrait, but first he has to get Moby to sit still. To help Moby focus, Ben shows him his art history book and shares his knowledge of the subject.  In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 3-8, students learn about famous artists and different styles of art.

Students will:

  1. Brainstorm prior knowledge of artists and art styles.
  2. Take notes on a graphic organizer while watching the movie.
  3. Match artists, works of art, and art styles.
  4. Create a word map for abstract academic vocabulary.
  5. Do a research project on a style or period of art, and explain the style using first conditional sentences.

Vocabulary:

Content vocabulary: art, style, abstract, concrete, portrait, Renaissance, Impressionism, Pointillism, Cubism

Preparation:

Gather pictures of famous paintings from the internet, or bring in art books that you have or find in the

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Needs and Wants Lesson Plan: Exploring Basic Economics

Submitted by: Angela Watson

In this Needs and Wants lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K-3, students use BrainPOP Jr. resources to identify the things that humans need in order to survive. Students will explore the difference between a need and a want, analyze examples of goods and services, and distinguish between producers and consumers. Students then create a poster that relates these concepts to their real lives.

Students will:

  1. List the things that humans need in order to survive
  2. Identify the difference between a need and a want
  3. Analyze examples of goods and services, define and identify producers and consumers, and create a poster that relates these concepts to students’ real lives

Materials:

  • Computer & projector to view the BrainPOP Jr. Needs and Wants movie and features
  • Blank paper for drawing
  • Markers or crayons, & pencils
  • Printed copies of the quiz (optional)

Vocabulary:

needs; wants; goods; producer; consumer

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Active & Passive Voice Lesson Plan: Create a Cartoon in Active or Passive Voice

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