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.
On Friday, we made an origami barn for our farm unit. In math, students learned equations by building their 10-frame mat to 10 starting with a number such as 7. Students learned numbers and 10 frames bingo, students ordered themselves in a number line
Lesson 6- Students wrote their thoughts on the video of the Powers of Ten Lesson 11- Students were able to brainstorms ideas around “what if earth’s mass was 15 times bigger” Lesson 12- Students gave their preference to which country they would expand their soda company to and had to back their decision with support from data Lesson 11: Students were able to investigate the solar system using the NASA Website. One part of the investigation was finding three facts they thought were interesting. Lesson 3-Rolling dice game with partners gave students the chance to practice using the exponent properties and then checking their answers with their partners Lessons 8 & 12- Stations were provided for students to move around the room to complete different
This would give the students a chance to think of pumpkins in a deeper way. In order to improve the planning and delivery of the lesson, planning for all of the small details will help the delivery process go smoothly. In the original lesson plan the students had ten minutes to work on the graphic organizer at their own pace. Once the students started to work I realized to help the students complete the organizer I needed to keep time for them and move them onto the next sense together.
After they do that then they will have to read it as a group in front of the class. The students will decide who read the passage with the best expression. 4. The students will have a sentence that can be said in many different expressions. The students will roll a dice that has different emotions on it and whatever emotion the dice lands on then the student has to read the sentence with that emotion.
Was about to use different methods of multiplication. Mrs B started to learn 6 time table. We all did it with using our fingers and after that she asked children to make a poster to show with how many ways they can find the answer with multiplication. For example, number line – factors- inverse and dividing. I explained and supported J & V. Today I have a big project and that is narrative observation
There are many parts of Dead Poets Society that tie in with transcendentalism. One of the first ones is the English class. In the very first class, Mr. Keating says “Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, the latin term for that sentiment is Carpe Diem” (Dead Poets Society). Mr. Keating then asks what “carpe diem” means, and one of the students replies with “sieze the day.” Mr. Keating wanted the kids to learn on the first day, that it’s okay to go after your dreams, even if it’s stupid or you have people saying no.
The season of fall is approaching quickly, the temperature is dropping, colors are changing, and it is the perfect time to carve some pumpkins! Carving pumpkins has been a continuous fall tradition for decades. Not only is it easy, but also fun for the family but it can also be used as a decoration for your front porch no matter how awful they might turn out. Pumpkin carving does not require the skills like Leonardo Da Vinci but sure is not as simple as tying someone 's shoe. It is a long, yet exciting process that you absolutely need the patients for.
She was wheeled to a table and began putting a puzzle together; this brought back so many memories and emotions of when she was a kid. I told you this story, to show you what could happen to people who come to this program. Furthermore, this story was emotional, but putting puzzles together are so much more. Jigsaws for the Jumpy is a nonprofit and it is a free community group project that helps people, who are eager, to learn more about art while putting a puzzle together. You are probably wondering why putting a puzzle and put together helps people appreciate art more.
After I finished my homework Adam and I got our pumpkins and our carving tools and took them outside onto the porch. I didn’t really care how my pumpkin looked I justed wanted to carve one really bad. I was carving away on my pumpkin while Adam took his time to think about how he wanted his to look. It started to get really quiet outside,so I decided to go get my speaker so I could play some music.
Stereotypes of English Learners A numerous population in public schools in America are English Language Learners, and the number of these students is increasing rapidly. In the article ELL Face Unique Challenges, states that “ Over the past 15 years, the number of ELL students has nearly doubled—to about 5 million. By 2015, ELL enrollment in U.S. schools will reach 10 million and, by 2025, nearly one out of every four public school students will be an English Language Learner.”