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Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
Hi, I need some help converting this 64-page book (download from http://goo.gl/ipwFdt) into a 4 module lessons. The lessons will be actionable. The above book will act as textbook. The lessons are targeted at SaaS companies. The fist chapter in the book is already complete. You need to convert the other chapters into lessons as follows: Day 1: Goal Setting (complete) Day 2: Budgeting & Lead generation and pipeline marketing Day 3: Website design and optimization & Lead handoff to sales Day 4: Customer success Day 5: Marketing reporting & Key SaaS business metrics --- Please apply with relevant samples. Thank you.
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing Content Writing Curriculum Development
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $120 - Posted
We are specifically looking for elementary school teachers or those comfortable creating resources of this type to create well designed and creative teaching resources and lesson plans. Resources to be provided in Google slides and a template provided for the visual side of the work. What are we are looking for: * Science and ELA teaching resources * Suitable for US grades K to 5 * Well designed * Comprehensive unit plans and quiz/assessments We want to find a long-term freelance partner we can trust for this project and have a list of lesson plans we would like to create long term. The successful candidate will be able to rely on regular work. Attached is an example of what we are looking for. Front cover is not required just the worksheets. As stated above a template will be provided but worksheets should be created by the Freelancer. We are looking to pay $15 a worksheet pack (in style of one provided) which is equates to $120 for 8 worksheet packs. If work is of a good standard this will be a regular monthly gig. Thank you,
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing Content Writing Creative writing Graphic design
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $160 - Posted
In need of someone to create middle school (grade 6-8) life science (pre-biology) & physical science lesson plans; will need plans for the entire school year; learning objectives and learning targets will be provided; plans can be submitted weekly, but monthly submissions would be preferred (budget reflects monthly compensation)
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing Research
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $800 - Posted
The Task: We are seeking people to create lesson plans for a middle school science class. We are willing to pay roughly $1,000 for each set of lesson plans and may be willing to assign more than one set of lesson plans to especially qualified freelancers. We have spent years cultivating our curriculum and we love it, but over time it has changed with us. Your job will be to edit a unit to match our most updated template. The unit you will write will consist of between 10 - 20 lesson plans. In the attached sample lesson plans (please message me if you can't view the attachment), our Gr7 Unit 1: Building Culture through Chemistry, we have highlighted every part of the lesson plan that changes. These are the only parts of the lesson plans you will need to write. In general, questions should focus on students' understanding and application of science ideas rather than on simple facts. We are much more focused on developing students' ability to apply scientific ideas to new contexts. Before bidding, please read the full job description here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1urSRlbumnGLINfjMG2oQ9kjDGvZis-MmqxqEV-nUqO4/view
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing Scientific Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $15 - Posted
Location: Hong Kong Period: September 2016 – June 2017 Days: Mondays to Fridays and one Sat per month (e.g. Parent Meetings, Parent-Teacher Interviews, Picnic, Christmas shows, Open Day, Graduation etc.) Time: 8:30 a.m. – 5:45 p.m. Number of NETs: 50 NETs Target students: Kindergarten to Secondary Class size: About 30, co-teaching with a local teacher Salary: HKD15,000-28,000 (depending on experience, student level and qualifications)
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing English English Grammar english tutoring
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Headstart Group Ltd. is Hong Kong’s and Macau’s leading English educational institution. We are dynamic, driven and full of energy. We provide bespoke English curriculum development, in-class and after-school English programmes, teacher training and native English-speaking teacher recruitment services for our clients. Our clients are local schools ranging from kindergartens to universities. To keep up with demand, we are constantly growing our team of teachers. We provide work visa, advice on accommodation, Cantonese classes and cultural orientation to help new teachers to adapt to working in our city. Key Roles & Responsibilities Deliver English classes and programmes at the standard and quality of Headstart to students in our school network Work with local English teachers to adapt curriculum and teaching resources to cater for students’ diverse language ability Qualifications & Attributes Qualifications: Native English speaker Degree holder + TEFL / TESOL / CELTA certificate or Bachelor degree in Education A valid passport Excellent organisational skills Enthusiastic, creative, open-minded and reliable The company offers attractive benefits. They are listed below. Full Visa Sponsorship Return airfare Optional accommodation package Overtime payment Summer work bonus Contract completion bonus Referral bonus Comprehensive 2 week training programme Competitive incremental salary increase At least 3-week paid school holiday At least 17-day paid public holidays not including Sunday Sick leave Orientation programme Appraisals and career support Social network connections and community participation prior to and post arrival in HK Opportunity for career advancement to HKSAR native-speaking English teacher (NET) scheme Working with Headstart Group Ltd. will be an excellent opportunity and great exposure to HK education system, enriching the depth and breadth of your teaching experience and developing your skills and credentials as a teaching professional. For applicants without a certificate in TEFL / TESOL, we would be pleased to refer them to the company’s dually accredited TEFL certificate training programme. To apply for teaching positions, please send your updated CV and teaching philosophy to the Teacher Recruitment & Management Department via email to recruit@headstartgroup.co . All information received will be kept in the strictest confidence and for employment-related purpose only.
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing English English Grammar english tutoring
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
We are seeking freelancers with expertise in English literature to create lesson plans for a high school poetry unit. We will pay you $200 for a set of five lessons consisting of selections from the list of poems below and high-quality connected texts which you will select yourself. If your work is of a high caliber, we will ask you to complete additional sets of five, up to a total of 25 lessons for $1,000. “Connected Texts” are existing high-quality texts that are approximately 500 to 1000 words long and which provide either background knowledge for or contain themes related to one or more of the poems. A Connected Text could be a short essay, an op ed, or an excerpt from another book and can be fiction or nonfiction. Connected texts need to be read in-class. In the attached sample templates (please message me if you can't view the attachment), which uses The Giver as its primary text, we have highlighted every part of the lesson plan that changes. These are the only parts of the lesson plans you will need to write. While the overall structure of the poetry unit will be different (see above), you should closely follow these templates when creating individual lesson plans. The poems we have selected (along with a suggestion of where to find the text online) are: If by Rudyard Kipling | The Times I Hear America Singing by Walt Whitman | The Times Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare | The Times Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll | The Times I'm Nobody! Who are you? (260) | Academy of American Poets My Life had stood - a Loaded Gun (764) - Poetry Foundation All the World's a Stage, poem - William Shakespeare poems | Best Poems The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe - Poestories.com Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe - Poestories.com A Dream Within A Dream Poem by Edgar Allan Poe - Poem Hunter Phenomenal Woman Poem by Maya Angelou - Poem Hunter Your Laughter Poem by Pablo Neruda - Poem Hunter The Road Not Taken Poem by Robert Frost - Poem Hunter Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening Poem by Robert Frost - Poem Hunter Acquainted With The Night Poem by Robert Frost - Poem Hunter A Dog Has Died Poem by Pablo Neruda - Poem Hunter Ode To Ironing Poem by Pablo Neruda - Poem Hunter Ode to Hope Poem by Pablo Neruda - Poem Hunter The United Fruit Co. Poem by Pablo Neruda - Poem Hunter Poet's Obligation Poem by Pablo Neruda - Poem Hunter Woman Work Poem by Maya Angelou - Poem Hunter Alone Poem by Maya Angelou - Poem Hunter Son to Mother Poem by Maya Angelou - Poem Hunter A Child's Garden Poem by Rudyard Kipling - Poem Hunter Be Kind Poem by Charles Bukowski - Poem Hunter A Smile To Remember Poem by Charles Bukowski - Poem Hunter You and your whole race Poem by Langston Hughes - Poem Hunter Kids Who Die Poem by Langston Hughes - Poem Hunter Park Bench Poem by Langston Hughes - Poem Hunter Madam And The Census Man Poem by Langston Hughes - Poem Hunter Fear No More Poem by William Shakespeare - Poem Hunter We are looking for lesson plans which focus on developing fundamental close reading skills rather than on moral reasoning, high-level understanding of poetic craft (meter, diction, etc.), drawing outside connections, etc. Every lesson's goal should relate to understanding the passage's main idea or theme, and questions about craft and structure are secondary to questions about meaning. For more information about our expectations, please view the following document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ccY5BTrlLnBoQ9eL1-ioaaELyKPChQ_Fh8dDtlmJtpc/view Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions.
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing Academic Writing Poetry
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for someone to help create a lesson plan for a Real Estate Investing course for high school students. The course will be an online course. I have all the knowledge and need someone to help me break it down. Looking to hire write away.
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Greetings, This job is for YOU if you're one of those rare species called "writers" who are very capable, adaptable, and versatile of writing thoroughly well-researched accurate informative how-to articles on anything thrown at you in a fun, informative, distinct style that is sharp, witty, and even humorous. No boring, lifeless, dull, superficial writing here so move along if you are. :) (Oh and did I mention, this is an on-going job if you're one of the chosen ones.) You must have a strong mastery over the English language and even have firm grasps with puns and idioms as well as proverbs, but nothing cliché please (e.g., "believe in yourself", "dress better," "treat people how you want to be treated," "do nice things and always smile," or "just be confident"), insulting readers' intelligence with common knowledge taught to a 5 years-old. If you're one of these writers, this is certainly not for you. Want to be impressed mentally and intellectually stimulated, not one of those folks just want to feel-good with a big heart based all around emotion. This is more mind than heart writing. Here's the biggie though and most technical part that not everybody can do, you need to be able to understand, break things down into pragmatic how-to doable steps for any average Joe to reproduce and imitate for instant gratification results. No theories, fluffs, nor regurgitated information which everybody knows and can already read from good ole Wiki, instead should be from credible and trustworthy well-documented sources that are "how-to" enlightening as if Buddha were to experience a Nirvana after each finished article reading. Of course not everybody can do this going back to this being more mind than heart writing. As a cautionary tale, there is to absolutely be no plagiarism, PLR, scraping, respining or whatever lazy amateurish writers like to do to cut corners. It has to be original, unique, content and in-depth. Must be written naturally like a human being for a human reader, not using any artificial methods, such as software, whatsoever. (We will be checking to make absolute sure, and if been plagiarized, it will be reported for accountability without payment.) Lastly, you must be reliable and punctual and do what you'll say you're do that includes deadline and expected delivery. Don't have time to suffer fools gladly. Now that we have gotten all this pleasantry out of the way, if you understand completely of all what are expected, go ahead and apply with the word "pigs shall finally fly" at the beginning of your reply. AGREEMENT: This is work for hire, and we will solely have all rights and copyrights, and do whatever we want with it; hence, this creation or any derivative thereof may not be reused or redistributed by anybody else. And by taking on this, you automatically and fully understand that. NDA will need to be signed upon hiring.
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing Academic Writing Article Writing Blog Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
We are seeking people to create lesson plans for a high school literature class. We are willing to pay roughly $1,000 for each set of lesson plans and may be willing to assign more than one set of lesson plans to especially qualified freelancers. We have identified 9 books as our Primary Texts (we are allowing some flexibility with the short stories, so please message me with any questions about those). Your job will be to write a study unit for ONE of these 7 Primary Texts. The study unit you will write will consist of 25 lesson plans. Each lesson plan will consist of discussion questions and an essay question. For the first five days, the students will read five short “Connected Texts” which are existing high-quality texts that are approximately 500 to 1000 words long and which provide either background knowledge for or contain themes related to the Primary Text. A Connected Text could be a short essay, an op ed, or an excerpt from another book and can be fiction or nonfiction. You will select five proposed Connected Texts and draft the lesson plans. For the next 15 days, the students will read the Primary Text. Every night they will read a portion of this book at home. You will divide up the book into appropriate sections and draft lesson plans. The students will spend their final five days discussing five “Mastery Texts,” which are high quality existing texts of 1000 to 1,500 words. These could be a short essay, an op ed, or an excerpt from another book. The Mastery Text could have some thematic relationship to the Primary Text but it doesn’t have to. You will select the five proposed Mastery Texts and draft the lesson plans. In the attached sample lesson plans (please message me if you can't view the attachment), for which the Primary Text is The Giver, we have highlighted every part of the lesson plan that changes. These are the only parts of the lesson plans you will need to write. In general, questions should focus on students' understanding of the text rather than on their own views and experiences. We are much more focused on developing students' reading comprehension skills than asking them to draw outside connections. The books are: Much Ado about Nothing Animal Farm All Quiet on the Western Front The Right Stuff Heart of Darkness Pride and Prejudice Night Go Tell it on the Mountain To Kill a Mockingbird Again, we will assign you ONE of these Primary Texts. We will assign the other texts to other people. Please indicate which books you would be willing to write a unit for in order of preference from most-preferred to least-preferred. If we are impressed by your lesson plans, we may reach out to you in the future to draft additional lesson plans for other texts.
Skills: Lesson Plan Writing Academic Writing Curriculum Development