Then they will orally share their story on a T-chart. Once they share their stories have the students get out their iPads and open Seesaw. Once on Seesaw have students add a photo of their drawing/planning sheet. Once they take a photo they can orally record their story. Students can listen to this recording tomorrow or the next day.
I will make A’s in all my classes. 2/17/2017 I will use TCC electronic systems to help accomplish this goal. I will also have to set short and long term goals as well as practice writing essay exams. I will create study/homework blocks of time for myself and my son. 08/21/2017 I will have to plan a weekly schedule, make informed choices, and use different learning styles to achieve this.
Dear Ms. Zimmer, My name is Alexandria Zwarts and I am in your GIG class. I was wondering if you could clear up a question I have about the Learning Log assignment. The assignment asks for us to use an analysis tool and a brain teaser for the last phase of our assignment. Are we supposed to do A-E or are we only supposed to choose one of the parts do write, such as only the A part? I would really appreciate an answer as soon as convenient for you!
Students are to choose a Mythological Allusion that is used in our modern day society to research. Start by researching the mythological side of your allusion to understand its origin. Take the information given to you on the websites you found, copy and paste the information you like best into the “Their Words” section. Rewrite the information from the website in your own words in the “Your Words” section. This will help you when you have to write your paper.
Observe how they work, individually and as a group. Opening Prayer (Learner) Review of the Previous Lesson Make use of the pictures they have drawn in the previous lesson. With the pictures as their guide, invite some children to share what they have studied and learned. After the sharing, lead them in the recitation of the previous key verse. Introduction of New Lesson Song Illustration: “In the Beginning” by Victor Wood (Downloadable from You tube) Play the song “In the Beginning”.
MY DIARY 29.02.2016 Related to unit 10.4.1 & 4.2 & 4.3 I have started my day with making ready some paper sheet for students. I used copy machine and guillotine. After that our LO. Was about to use different methods of multiplication. Mrs B started to learn 6 time table.
My anecdotal notes for Jeimy were written when she was in the map center. In the map center the students are expected to compare and contrast the maps against one another. Write about what they notice and see the differences from the maps given to our current maps today. Jeimy notices right from the start that the mas look identical to our map today, she even compares it to our classroom globe and see the same shapes of the northeastern portion of the United States.
The other question I have after read this poem is that what the purpose of the front part of the poem is. Just for background or illustration? After a few minutes, I could consider their purpose and then called the high school literature classes to mind. There is a reason for everything and everything in the literature is necessary to design. For example, the buzz saw establishes itself as a presence in the very first line, snarling and rattling away.
Name:MichaelAidan Mullarkey Formal Outline Directions: Following the instructions, complete each part of the outline below. Make a copy and save it into your drive so you can avoid missing a step. Print your outline for class on F day, 3/7. You may add or subtract paragraphs and/or evidence to the outline. Research Question: Should Vikings be remembered as violent raiders or a peaceful group of focused people on agriculture and trade?
‘What is perspectives?’ I clearly remember Mrs. Faith asking us to jot down the various perspectives in our notebooks. For me, that was a drag, but I had to do it, and so the TOK story starts… Cultural Perspectives: I began reading the textbook engrossing myself by every second. Different cultures always caught my eye and suddenly learning about that in school had me even more excited for the upcoming TOK lessons. ‘Culture is the fabric of meaning in terms of which human beings interpret their experience and guide their action’ - Anthropologist Clifford Geertz.