This lesson accompanies the North Carolina children's book, "My NC from A to Z" which celebrates pride of place, and creates connections to North Carolina's rich African American heritage. In this lesson, students will identify different genres of music by NC African American artists and diverse musical regions of North Carolina. Students will create a "train route map" to understand the Great Migration and how Raleigh was a key point of train departure. Students will retell biographies of select musicians and artists using the Great Migration as a backdrop for cross-cultural influences.
This form is to be used when beginning a new coaching/support relationship with a beginning teacher. It is establishes the parameters of the professional coaching and gives the teacher an opportunity to share details and needs/wants for support. This allows the BT to contribute to how he or she is supported before classroom visits begin.
In teaching Occupation Preparation, I encountered the following: How to assist students in learning about careers and professions that I may know very little about? And how to turn this issue into a projectr that would be engaging for the students? The Solution was simpler than I thought. Have the students as a group research a career or profession each week, chosen from a list I created, and have a member of that profession vist the classroom to be interviewed by the students..On Monday and Tuesday, students, as a group and facilitated by myself, would discuss exising knowledge of a particular profession. They would also develop questions to guide their research, or ask a member of that profession.On Wednesday and Thursday, students woudl research the profession, both individually and as a group (using employment websites).On Friday (or Thursdday if it was a short week), a member of that profession would meet with the studnets and discuss skills, training, etc needed in the profession. Students would, in their graphic organizers, summarrize skills, training, etc needed for the profession and identify their level of interest in the profession.A copy of both the graphic organize and a list of campus professions is attached
This questionnaire is an opportunity for students to have input on the IEP process. This will help teacher fill out the IEP portion where they list the strengths of the students.
A series of images each with a Quote of The Day. Zipped folder and Canvas quiz (graded survey) export. I use as daily warmups.
This material will be very useful for English class and fro English Learners Language, by follwoing the suggessted lesson plann at the end you will see the results, this website is very friendly for our students wince they can use the read loud source
The first day of the school it is the key for the students to feel welcome to their classes and to your class, We need to know how to make them confortable working with you and if you know them well they will like you as their teacher
- Arts Education
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- English as a Second Language
- Exceptional Children
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- Speaking and Listening
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Teachers can use this survey since the first day of the school to meet their students intoroducing everybosy in class having a guideline that ask them the questions to answer then to help the to write a parragrapf about themselves.They can lear how to make questions and alse what kind of questions they can make and what kind of questions they cannot make in the USA, in this case you ahve a chance to teach or provide some cultural information
This is a sample survey that could be used with 4th and/or 5th graders. It is highly recommended that you utilize this or some version of it to gather baseline data before rolling out your plans with students (and then annually thereafter in order to track changes).
This link will force a copy so that you can add, remove, or edit questions however fits your district needs. Some options worth considering:
-Adding a name field in order to follow up with individual students regarding their interests in STEM
-Adding a race field in order to better track success with subgroups
-Adding or revising the list of STEM Careers to include ones that you would like to generate more interest in within your 6-12 schools (ie, if you have a CTE Drone program, add "drone pilot")
This document helps students think about what they did in the project and how well the project went.
This remix includes a Google Slide template created by Erin Wolfhope with view only rights. Please make a copy of it to edit, and remix and share changes.Enclosed is a powerpoint that includes task card questions and answer spaces for the story, The Crayon Man: The True Story of the Invention of Crayola Crayons, by Natascha Biebow. Students can choose one or more task cards to complete at their technology center. Students will enter their answers on the appropriate slide.
This is a fun game or warm up activity to complete with students over Zoom or Google Hangout platforms for live video interaction. You could also upload it to SeeSaw and have students post pictures of their items!