Students will examine their chances of being chosen in the reaping as well as their chances of winning and numerous other probability, algebraic and percentage problems. Students will compare and contrast the two stories and have a group discussion about social norms, personal beliefs and numerous other underlying themes and factors in both stories. Students will explore the work of Normal Rockwell, the idea of utopia and how he expresses this in his work. They will then create their own utopia and a visual representation of it. Students will analyze WWI propaganda posters and discuss their role in the war.
Introduction The purpose of this report is to summarize what our team, the Fig Neutrons, did for the final project of ECE160. For the project we used an Arduino Sparkfun Kit to build a Simon says game with multiple game modes that would display several different game statistics on an LCD screen. The work the team has done includes Charlieplexing LEDs and including code for implementing the LEDs, writing code for a reverse Simon game. We also had to make the game play a different song than the one provided, and write code for the LCD to display wins, losses, game length, and the number of games played. Requirements The simon says program has four main components.
Feedback 139_1906487.jpg Bill Bachmann / Photo Researchers / Universal Images Group Rights Managed / For Education Use Only UNIT 4: Exploring the World! DURATION: 1-2 Days SUMMARY: Students will create a family vacation plan, identifying what target culture country they would like to visit, and what activities they would like to do with their family. Students will assume that they won the lottery, and to celebrate they want to take their family on vacation. Students need to create a plan that includes where they would
Group members: Brittany, Krystiana, and Lexi. The theme of our bulletin board is Disney’s Finding Nemo. The title of our bulletin board is “Just Keep Reading,” which was created from the famous line “Just Keep Swimming” from the movie. This phrase encourages students to keep reading in order to achieve their goal of reaching 1,000 minutes. After the class completes 250 minutes of reading, they remove the card that is magnetically taped and read about clownfish.
Introducing the New Lesson - a. Discussion on how God created the whole universe Ask the children to bring out the pictures they have gotten during the pre-activity. Ask the children to share what they got and let them arrange the pictures according to the order God created them. They will know the proper order as they proceed with the lesson. Role Playing to demonstrate how God created human beings The teacher may assign the learners to act out or to role-play God’s creation of human beings.
When evaluating student learning outcomes, the students were engaged and participated throughout the lesson. The students were successfully able to compare and contrast the adapted grade-level text of Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory with the movie of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. My experience with this lesson was positive. I was able to capture student attention and modify the activities to cater to the needs of each student. I would modify this lesson by incorporating additional higher-order questions to meet the needs of students who require a greater challenge.
Bilici et al  conducted a study to construct an Inventory to measure students’ understanding of astronomy concepts. This research aimed to promote an Astronomy Concept Inventory (ACI) to evaluate students’ realization of main astronomy concepts like moon phases and earth motion. The study reveals that ACI is qualified to assess students’ understanding of astronomy concepts, and then concludes if the curriculums are well-developed or they need improvement. The statistical results showed that ACI is suitable for testing students’ realization of concepts. While the results of the study showed that ACI succeeded to identify some students understanding of astronomy concepts, the conclusion that ACI is reliable to identify students’ understanding
A shift in the conformity versus individuality attitude concerning mandatory classes and curriculum would cause several benefits to both students and schools. Each student has their own unique personal interests and passions. Some are numerical and scientific geniuses, while others have an enviable passionate way with words. These passions often manifest themselves in students and influence them to follow their passions and pursue related careers. That being said, why are we training future writers to solve complex mathematical problems that they will never encounter outside the classroom, or future engineers how to write 20 page dissertations on why Rome fell?
Since I had already done background research for drafts of my Criterion A section, I had to set a hypothesis based on the knowledge from the research. The overall hypothesis was that ‘There will be a difference between learning modalities of left-handed and right-handed people because they have different sides developed in the brain.’ Then, I had planned for the experiment specifically, revising it many times with my supervisor, school science teachers, and research. Especially, I went to the science teacher, and got a lot of advices such as setting the specific number of keywords for the criteria of the tests, and time for the each tests. Also, to make sure that there are no features that are advantageous to certain people, I had to choose the test resources that the participants here are not likely to be familiar with. For example, if the reading material for the test is about Korean culture, one will know more about Korean culture if they are Korean.
Minecraft is a game for kids and adults alike, the game consists of blocks for the player to use and to build things with, along with monsters for the player to fight using swords and other weapons. I believe that it can be used in schools across the country for educational purposes. Genius hour is where we find a problem in our community and try to solve it as best as we can within about 30 minutes to an hour but we have to choose something that we really want to do. When I started doing genius hour I had join a group of 3 others and we cleaned up the greenhouse at our school as best as we could. We had opened the door to look at it and it had spiders and all sorts of bugs, couldn't even walk into it because it had so many weeds growing inside it.
The first year, the Science National Honor Society inducted eight students, including myself. As the first President of the Society, my officers and I developed a weekly peer tutoring schedule in the four main science courses offered at our school, a yearly engineer-off (a competition where students are tasked to produce a specific model and compete to see whose design is the most creative and efficient at the assigned task), and sponsored events for teachers to demonstrate engaging science experiments to students. Additionally, all the officers designed presentations pertaining to various scientific careers, and inspired members to explore further into STEM related
I will then flip up that piece of paper and explain to the students that they will be creating a map for their fairy tale story. I will have some of my map completed and I will explain the symbols that I used and why I put things where they are. I will then ask for the students help to continue to add onto my