Rubric for Two Mountains PowerPoint Presentation.
CCLM 2 Homework. Summer Institute 2013. Readings and Tasks. It is important to complete all homework readings and tasks as assigned and on time. We will refer to readings and tasks in subsequent days sessions. Formative Assessment Assignments.
Tzur, Zaslavsky, and Sullivan. Examining Teachers Use of (Non-Routine) Mathematical Tasks in Classrooms. from three Complementary Perspectives. Teacher, Teacher Educator, Researcher. Ron Tzur Orit ZaslavskyPeter Sullivan. Purdue University, USA Technion, Israel Monash University, Australia.
The teacher will set the purpose of this lesson by asking the students the essential and target questions. After the students have shared their responses, the teacher will ask the students to peer grade the multiple choice questions 1 and 2 on page 115.
Classroom Observation Checklist. Required documentation for Component 4. Class/location observed (include teacher name) ______.
Teacher sheet. Learning objective. To infer and deduce information from a fiction text. Resources required. Student instructions and student resource sheet, exercise books or plain A4 paper for the starter, coloured pens/pencils (if possible), dictionaries/thesauruses. Lesson guidance.
Progress Monitoring Tool for Phonics. Blending CVC words. 4 letter blends and digraphs with short vowels. R-controlled vowels.
Teacher s guideline. 2007-2008 (2nd Term) P.6 Writing task (Ex. 1). Formal Personal Correspondence by Electronic Mail (email). NB: Inform students that the difference between writing an email and writing a traditional letter by post is minimal. Task A: Subject Lines and To & From Lines.
A crisis is an unexpected event/situation that can potentially cause severe damage to an organization or the public. Crisis management is designed to protect an organization and its stakeholders from threats and/or reduce the impact of the threats. This.
PROCEDURES & EXPECTATIONS. CLASS BEHAVIOR. a) Enter the classroom quietly, turn in completed assignments, take your assigned seat, and complete the assignment written on the board. Make sure to set up your Cornell Notes page. When finished study the vocabulary and wait quietly for class to resume.
George Washington Carver. Elementary School Supply List 2013-2014. Pre-Kindergarten*. 2 boxes of tissues1 box of large sized crayons. 2 packages of primary pencils (Jumbo)8 glue sticks. 2 boxes of Ziploc bags: 1 quart and 1 gallon size2 packages unscented baby wipes.
Mathematics Planning for A4 & A5 (Kindy, Pre Primary, Year 1). Computers with Kid Pix. Assessment sheet. Electronic book The three little pigs. Activity for SMART board. Coloured pencils. Card for chart. Outdoor equipment. Digital camera. Computer with Power Point or Max s Show. Digital Camera.
ENG 213 SYLLABUS (Intro to the Study of Language): Fall, 2011; LINE NUMBER: ; TIME AND PLACE TBA; INSTRUCTOR: Don Nilsen; OFFICE HOURS: DAILY 10:30-11:30 in LL 208. Fromkin, Victoria, Robert Rodman, and Nina Hyams. An Introduction to Language, 9th Edition. New York, NY: Thomson/Heinle, 2011.
Reflect on math camp & course What have they learned so far? What s worked? What hasn t? What s available at DCAL and why should they come. Resources who to turn to. Talk about math and stereotype threat. Innovative math and science teaching methods.
Six Trait Analytic Rubric with 5 Point Scale. Idea Development. 5 Thoughts are clearly expressed and directly relevant to a key issue, theme. The writer selectively and purposefully uses ideas, examples and/or quotations to make the topic both understandable and interesting.
IXL Summer Assignments for 6th graders moving up to 7th grade. In order to ensure a smooth transition into the rigorous 7th grade math curriculum, we would like students to utilize IXL during the summer months in order to practice procedural fluency with.