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Students can apply their knowledge of fractions and equivalent fractions to a real life situation....cooking!
Students are to complete work using manipulatives, and/or paper and pencil to draw out their work.
This is a quarterly reflection form that can be used for beginning teachers as well as veteran teachers. It can be filled out as part of an activity during a monthly meeting or teachers can fill them out on their own. The idea is for the teacher to briefly reflect and identify the steps he/she needs to take for improvement, the support needed for the improvement, and the impact that it will have on student learning.
This resource is a beginning of the year survey for new teachers / staff to the building. The quick checklist provides an opportunity for teachers to assess themselves and list area of need. After reviewing the surveys, a plan can be developed for future PD opportunities.
Utilize these questions with literature recommended for bibliotherapy use with gifted students. List of suggest book titles included.
For this activity, 4th and 5th grade AIG learners will read a book of choice featuring characters who are gifted in some way. Students will then use the bibliotheraphy questions to create a presentation showing how they identify and do not identify with the characters and events of the book.
While the resource is targeted to upper elementary school students, it could be modified to use with middle school students.
This lesson is designed to help students prepare to read a historical novel. Students are required to complete research pertaining to the work's setting, time-period or decade. Afterwards, students use the online site and software, Prezi, to communicate and share their findings.
This resource provides new teachers with some ideas about how to structure his/her classroom. The checklist can be modified based on the expectations of the school / district. It is simply a guide, not an exhaustive list,
Students will begin by listening to a poem chosen by the teacher. Students will investigate what being a fluent reader means. They will then partner with another student to practice reading aloud with appropriate expression and rate, examining their own fluency in reading aloud. This is Lesson 8 of 10 from the unit Grade 3 Curriculum Map Unit 2, Module 1: http://engageny.org/resource/grade-3-ela-module-1-unit-2 .
Students will focus on reading text aloud fluently, with proper expression and rate of speed. They begin by listening to a poem from I Am the Book by Lee Bennett Hopkins and reading along with the text. They then review vocabulary related to the learning targets. Students choose a text and read aloud with a partner, giving feedback as needed. This is Lesson 9 of 10 from the unit Grade 3 Curriculum Map Unit 2, Module 1: http://engageny.org/resource/grade-3-ela-module-1-unit-2 .
This resource provides a short quiz which contains diabetes facts and helps students distinguish between what's true and what's not.
Students will read text with proper phrasing, intonation, and expression and evaluate reading performance.
This item is a complete set of French IV notes about The Curriculum Vitae and the Cover Letter. Students work through a variety of text and interactive learning objects before they are asked to complete. a short quiz at the end of the notes.
This is an activity sheet for the students to list physical activities and rate how well they perform them. It also includes thinking questions for the students to answer about what physical activities they like and how they can plan for physical activity.