In the Last Lesson, Students Did a Great Job Role-Playing Resilient Behavior

In the Last Lesson, Students Did a Great Job Role-Playing Resilient Behavior

ROOTS AND WINGS. In the last lesson, students did a great job role-playing resilient behavior. Tell students that this year they will have lots of opportunities to do group role-plays and other group activities. Tell them that you hope that they enjoy.

Interdisciplinary Unit

Interdisciplinary Unit

Interdisciplinary Unit. Kindergarten Unit 6. Concept: DIVERSITY. Essential Question. How do the differences between people and things make the world more beautiful? Deepening Questions. What do plants need to survive and grow? Why are there so many different types of plants?

These Are the Assignments and Instructions for College Readiness

These Are the Assignments and Instructions for College Readiness

These are the assignments and instructions for College Readiness. PART: The daily grade is purely on attendance and cannot be made up. CAEP: Career Awareness, Exploration, Planningassignments on teacher website.

Does Independent Reading Effect Student Fluency and Comprehension

Does Independent Reading Effect Student Fluency and Comprehension. Jody Billiard. Lesley University. EEDUC 6126: Classroom and School Inquiry. Dr. Abraham A. Abadi. Introduction to Problem and Rationale. Will independent reading time improve students fluency and comprehension?

Sample Scoring Rubric for Reflection Papers

Sample Scoring Rubric for Reflection Papers

SAMPLE SCORING RUBRIC FOR REFLECTION PAPERS. EXCELLENT PAPER. Civic Awareness and Responsibility : The paper demonstrates that the student. understands the complex nature of social problems and has identified several of the causes leading to the social problem addressed by the agency

Science Notebooks

Science Notebooks

Science Notebooks. 5E Learning Cycle. Pique students curiosity and generate interest. Determine students current understanding. Invite students to raise their own questions. Encourage students to compare their ideas with those of others.

Lesson Plans Include the Following Standard Information

Lesson Plans Include the Following Standard Information

Lesson Plans include the following standard information. Name of lesson. Equipment needed. Goals/Objectives. ASCA National Standards addressed. Content Standards (optional) to be addressed. First you do this the you do that (lesson instructions Step 1,2,3).

Class Rosters

Class Rosters

Class Rosters. The Class Roster page displays the list of students enrolled in class, homeroom, or activity assigned to the teacher. General course or homeroom information displays at the top of the Class Roster. The course code, description, building.

Software Review: Algodooamy Ahearn and Sarah Gonzaga

Software Review: Algodooamy Ahearn and Sarah Gonzaga

Software Review: AlgodooAmy Ahearn and Sarah Gonzaga. Learning Goals. What can the software/toolkit do? What is the educational/learning goal? Does the product meet the goal? In what ways does it fall short? Discuss conceptual structure, content, process of using software, user interface.

Press Kit Rubric

Press Kit Rubric

Press Kit Rubric Name:______. Does cover/flyer contain a dom. element?12345. Does it contain a catchy headline? 12345. Do colors (art & text) reinforce each other?12345. Does text explain importance of day?12345. Is text well written?12345. Is design appropriate for new holiday?12345.

Charlesa.Lindberghelementary School

Charlesa.Lindberghelementary School

CHARLESA.LINDBERGHELEMENTARY SCHOOL. 184 Irving Terrace Buffalo, New York 14223-2317 874-8410. Mr. Michael MuscarellaMrs. Ellen Gossel. PrincipalReading Specialist. At Lindbergh Elementary School our goal is to produce readers and writers who will meet.

Common Core Lesson Plan

Common Core Lesson Plan

Common Core Lesson Plan.

Chapter II of BOOK III : TEACHING-LEARNINGCENTER (ISS)

Chapter II of BOOK III : TEACHING-LEARNINGCENTER (ISS)

Chapter II of BOOK III : TEACHING-LEARNINGCENTER (ISS). The new paradigm of higher education management is aimed to continuously improve the quality of educational products and processes. There is a demand of high quality and entrepreneurship of graduates.

Grade-Level General Education Curriculum Expectations for English Language Arts

Grade-Level General Education Curriculum Expectations for English Language Arts

Grade-Level General Education Curriculum Expectations for English Language Arts.

Homework Chart for the Week of 10-26-15

Homework Chart for the Week of 10-26-15

RED RIBBON WEEK. Homework Chart for the Week of 10-26-15. Practice reading and spelling themost frequently used words:is, you, it, he, are. Practice reading the attached High Frequency Words for the fable story this week: Jack and the Wolf. Our target.

Class Rules and Responsibilities

Class Rules and Responsibilities

Class Rules and Responsibilities. Be prompt and prepared. Prompt Be in your seat when the bell rings and begin the Do Now or activity displayed on the SmartBoard. Prepared: have your notebook, textbook, pen, pencil, homework or any other. necessary supplies. Behave respectfully.