The Great Polygon Caper

The Great Polygon Caper

Adventures in Mathopolis. The Great Polygon Caper. Adventures in Mathopolis. Topic: Introduction to Polygons. Activity 1: The Polygon Tree. 1. Have each student cut polygons from construction paper (spring or autumn leaf colors).

Readers Workshop (While Reading Fiction and Nonfiction Text)

Readers Workshop (While Reading Fiction and Nonfiction Text)

First Grade Quarter 1 Expectations. Below are the essential outcomes (goals) your child will be demonstrating that they know and are able to do. In addition to many skills that teachers are working on with your child. These skills and concepts are what.

What S Happening This Week in ?

What S Happening This Week in ?

What s happening this week in ? Earth surfaces. Types of Rocks. Social Studies. 5th grade: Understanding the Election. Adding and subtracting whole numbers and decimals. Spelling sorts. Halloween grammar games! Upcoming events. Pumpkin Book Reports due 10/27/16. PBL: Out of Eden Learn.

Kindergarten Mathematics Unit 1 Mathematically Speaking

Kindergarten Mathematics Unit 1 Mathematically Speaking

Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum, 2008. Kindergarten Mathematics Unit 1 Mathematically Speaking. Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum, 2008. Table of Contents. Unit 1: Mathematically Speaking: The Language ofMathematics 1. Unit 2: How Many: Numbers and Numerals to 10 12.

Goal 3: Reading Competency - the Learner Will Comprehend Written English in Personal, Social

Goal 3: Reading Competency - the Learner Will Comprehend Written English in Personal, Social

ENGLISH LANGAUGE LEARNING PROGRAM READING OBJECTIVES. SECONDARY LEVEL. Note: Objectives are organized and labeled for use according to student proficiency levels. N=Novice, I=Intermediate, A=Advanced.

St. Anthony Middle School

St. Anthony Middle School

St. Anthony Middle School. Unit Project Rubric.

Researching Classroom Interaction and Talk

Researching Classroom Interaction and Talk

Researching classroom interaction and talk. David Wray and Kristiina Kumpulainen. The social and contextual nature of human learning has received great emphasis in research on learning and instruction (Anderson, et al., 1997; Greeno, 1997). Attention.

A Teacher Has Read an Article in One of the NCTM Journals and He Want to Implement The

A Teacher Has Read an Article in One of the NCTM Journals and He Want to Implement The

A teacher has read an article in one of the NCTM journals and he want to implement the idea in his classroom. He asked you to meet with him discuss his plans, come to his class the day(s) he teaches the lesson and after the lesson he asks you to reflect with him about what happened in the classroom.

The Assistant Instructor of Judo

The Assistant Instructor of Judo

Lesson Plan: Length of Lesson. Lesson Plan: Length of Lesson - 15 min. Warm-up kickout and fall. Shadow drill osoto. Tai sabaki - rotation. Step forward with right leg then rotate. Make sure lower center of gravity. Introduce throw, Use chair for demo Hayward last weekend tour. Demo Osotogari.

What Is a Rubric

What Is a Rubric

What is a Rubric? A rubric is a series of narrative statements describing the levels of quality of a product or performance. A rubric is a scoring tool that lists the criteria for the varying levels of performance on a task, performance, or program.

Second to Third Grade

Second to Third Grade

Second To Third Grade. Summer Preparation Activities. This is in response to all of the parents who have asked, How can I prepare my child for third grade? . Here is a list of the general topics studied in third grade. We compiled this list just so that.

ESL Grade Grade 4 Quarter 4 TWO WEEKS at a GLANCE

ESL Grade Grade 4 Quarter 4 TWO WEEKS at a GLANCE

ESL Grade Grade 4 Quarter 4 TWO WEEKS AT A GLANCE. Background: Two-Weeks at a Glance (TWAG) Outlines. Beginning in the 2016-17 school year the ELA K-5 SCS curriculum maps will include six or more TWAG outlines throughout the year in each grade. ESL has.

Co-Op Work Term Final Reflection Rubric

Co-Op Work Term Final Reflection Rubric

Final Reflection: Rubric. Your final Reflection will be evaluated on its overall effectiveness as a piece of communication, and particularly on its compliance with the General and Specific Requirements outlined in Guidelines document. Those requirements ask you to.

Chapter 2: Reflection for Action

Chapter 2: Reflection for Action

Chapter 2: Reflection for Action. Recall the scenario presented in your text. You are in your first year of teaching and things are going pretty well. Your colleague is also a new teacher but is having great difficulty. He has not planned well and does.

Name: Meghan Luttrell

Name: Meghan Luttrell

Lesson Title: Word Choice. Grade Level/Subject: Third Grade Language Arts. Use words that describe, explain or provide additional details and connections. Objectives: Students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of word choice by brainstorming.

The Elements That Make up a Plot

The Elements That Make up a Plot

the elements that make up a plot. that characters often change by resolving conflicts. identify and understand plot elements. compare and contrast plots. use a plot organizer to write a short story. *see supplemental resources. Copyright 2010 Study Island - All rights reserved.