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  331.   Teachers.html
...ding Comprehension: 2.3. connect and clarify main ideas, identifying their relationship to other sources and related topics 2.4 clarify understanding of texts by creating outlines, logical notes, summaries, or reports 2.7. make reasonable assertions about text through accurate, supportive citations Writing: 1.2 Create multiple-paragraph expository compositions: a. Engage the interest of the reader and state a clear purpose. b. Develop the topic with supporting details and precise verbs, nouns, and adjectives to paint a visual image in the mind of the reader. c. Conclude with a detailed summary linked to the purpose of the compos...
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  332.   Request and Motor Imaging With My Side of the Mountain
...o pantomime the meaning of the word. The best pantomime is picked and mimicked by all the students and used for class understanding." Step Two: Give an example, if the word were mountaintop, pantomime a mountain and point to the top. Ask if there are any questions. Step Three: Conduct the activity, write one of the six vocabulary words tether, hemlock bough, preened, furtively, chittering. Explain the meaning. Ask students to visualize a pantomime for that word, "How could you demonstrate without words what that word means?" (Bloom's knowledge). Then instruct students to do their pantomime all at the same time (Gardner's kinesth...
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  333.   Stone Fox Plot Frame
EDUC 315 Korrine Gust 101905 LESSON PLAN by: Meganmarie Pinkerton Lesson: Stone Fox Plot Frame Length: 50 minutes th Age or Grade Intended: 5 Grade Academic Standard(s): 5.1.1 Read aloud gradelevelappropriate narrative text (stories) and expository text (information) fluently and accurately and with appropriate timing, changes in voice, and expression. 5.3.2 Identify the main problem or conflict of the plot and explain how it is resolved. Performing Objectives: After reading a chapter book students will describe the plot frame of the story with 85% accuracy. After rea...
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  334.   Increase Active Comprehension
...andon and Dorey Bungitak What is Imagery Instruction? Imagery instruction allows the student to use their imagination to make background connections and become active with comprehension. What type of text can be used? When using imagery instruction, the teacher can use narrative text or concepts in expository text. What is the main focus of imagery instruction? 1. Processing focus: meaning 2. Instructional phase: before reading 3. Response mode emphasized: oral discussion 4. Strategy emphasized: prediction and monitoring 5. Skill emphasized: nonliteral comprehension 6. Source of information: reader based 7. Type of instruction:...
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  335.   Richie'S Rocket
Lesson Plan by: Ashley Vice, Emily Quandt, JoAnna Sajda, April Zuber Lesson: Richie's Rocket Grade: 4th Academic Standards: English/Language Arts o 4.1.1 Read aloud grade-level-appropriate narrative text (stories) and expository text (information) with fluency and accuracy and with appropriate timing, changes in voice, and expression. o 4.1.5 Use a thesaurus to find related words and ideas. Theatre o 4.6.1 Create a short dramatic scene from a piece of literature. Visual Arts o 4.7.2 Create a work that communicates personal ideas, experiences, or em...
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  336.   Phrase Card Reading
Lesson Plan by Ashley Vice Lesson: Phrase Card Reading Grade: 4th Academic Standards: 4.1.1 Read aloud grade-level-appropriate narrative text (stories) and expository text (informational) with fluency and accuracy and with appropriate timing, changes in voice, and expression. 4.1.5 Use a thesaurus to find related words and ideas. Performance Objectives: When in groups, students will participate 3 out of 4 times. When given a vocabulary worksheet, students will complete 4/4 parts. When gi...
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  337.   I Can Be Your Hero
...xhibit their knowledge of what a hero is and to acknowledge the many people in our lives who are our heroes. Cognitive Objectives: ? Students will use what they learned about heroes to choose a personal hero in their own lives. ? Students will learn how to properly address an envelope and correctly write a letter, ? Students will write letters to their personal heroes thanking them for what they have done. Materials: ? Lined paper ? Pencils ? Envelopes ? Stamps Procedure: 1. Recap on the things the class learned the previous week of class about heroes. Ask students, ?What qualities and characteristics can heroes have?? and ?What...
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  338.   Tell Us What You Find out About Weather
Internet Lesson Plan 1 Sara Kinney, La Cima April 10, 2001 6th grade Math Tell us what you find out about weather http://trackstar.hprtec.org:80/main/track_frames.php3?track_id=59719&nocache=1824648763 Standards and Frameworks Academic * 1M-E1. Read, write and order integers, whole numbers and rational numbers 6M-E2. Construct, use and explain algorithmic procedures for computing and estimating with whole numbers, fractions, decimals and integers W-E1.Use correct spelling, punctuation, capitalization, grammar and usage, along with varied sentence structure and paragraph organizati...
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  339.   Rembrandt Revisited - A Review of Rembrandt's Life and Major Works
SELF-PORTRAITS: Integrating Arts and the Language Arts Author: Dr. Trina Melloy, PS 89 Queens Lesson Preview This unit is composed of several modules: an Arts Module and a language arts module. The unit culminates in a portfolio of writing and art projects, including sketching, drawing, and painting. Standards The Arts Responding to and analyzing works of art Understanding the cultural dimensions and Contributions of the arts Producing a creative art composition Language Arts E1c: The student reads and comprehends informational material to develop understanding...
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  340.   Dehumanization with Visual and Poetic Connections
...n of these rights. Students will understand how prejudice and biases affect the world and individuals' daily lives. Duration: 90 min. Materials: * Ch 6-7 reading check * Transparencies of Holocaust photos * "First They Came for the Jews" Poems * Ch 8-9 study guide * "A Few Moments with Elie Wiesel" writing prompt High School Content Expectations CE 3.1.1 Interpret literary language while reading literary and expository works. Objectives: Students will be able to ... Explain what irony is and identify examples in the novel Explain what a foil is and identify examples in the novel Assessment Class discussion Class discussion C...
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