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  71.   Mermelada de Fresa
...Spanish at my school. Preview: My lesson plan focuses on a Spanish Children's Book, Mermelada de Fresa, by Daniel Nesquens. Since I teach the elementary students at my school thematically, this book will provide the theme for my lesson that will focus on introducing reading in a foreign language to young learners. Most students in my class to whom this lesson is geared, will have had a full year of Spanish with me, at least once a week for 45 minutes. However, there are always new students, so I keep in mind that the lesson has to work for even a brand-new student to Spanish. Also, I have a few native Spanish speakers in...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  72.   Where Are You From?
...by: Using the first name only of the family members Exploring the lineages of historical figures Trace the morphing of the meaning of a word through history Title: Where are you from? Based on: Davis, J. B. (2003). Identifying with Ancestors: Tracking the history of America. Social studies and the young learner 16(3). National Council for the Social Studies, p 13-16. Grade Level: 4^th and 5^th Time: three days, 50 minute lessons Key Concepts: investigating. Goals: identify with past generations, understand family history Objectives: (1) Students will demonstrate an understanding of their family history and connections be...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  73.   Who We Are
Lesson Plan Designers: Kelli Fisher & Erin Taylor Reference: Ukpokodu, O. (2003). Classroom Activities for Diversity. Social Studies and the Young Learner (16) 1, pp. 1-4. Lesson Plan Title Who We Are Guiding Question How are families alike and how are they different? Grade Level First Grade Learning Target(s) Comprehension (grasp meaning/compare & contrast) Specific Objective(s) Given a share circle, students will be able to share one important thing about their ar...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  74.   Games People Play
...g one die to determine the order of play. The person with the highest number goes first. The first player puts all three dice into the dice cup, gives it a shake and spills out the dice. The player saves the die showing the highest number and places the two remaining dice back into the cup. For the young learner, direct the player to snap together Unifix Cubes into a train to equal the number showing on the saved die. The player then shakes and spills the remaining dice in the cup, saving the die showing the highest number. Direct them to add this number of Unifix Cubes to their original train. Once this player has finish...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  75.   Mr. and Miss Big Feet
...the effects of gravity on the motion of an object. Materials: Invitation to Learn 12 oz plastic cup Science journal Instructional Procedures Science journal Car ramp Matchbox cars Weights/washers Tape Scissors Weighty Wheels Tape measure Yardsticks Additional Resources 101 Science Poems & Songs for Young Learners, by Meish Goldish The Science Book of Gravity, by Neil Ardley; ISBN 01520062104 Physics for Every Kid, by Janice Van Cleave; ISBN 0471542849 Media Gravity is Attractive, by Science FUNdamentals Item #70962902524 Squibs DVD In Force, Gravity and Friction ASIN: B000BJNUKM Attachments weighty_wheels.pdf Web Sites Gr...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  76.   The Ant Attack
...mals. They are scavengers that clean up dead plants and animals. Some large animals live entirely on ants and other insects for their survival. Ants help aerate soil by digging their many tunnels which in turn help us. In some ways, ants and people are alike. Both ants and people take care of their young, live together, have different jobs, and depend on each other. Ants have all the senses that humans have but use different body parts to achieve the same goals. Ants don't have ears; instead they use their legs and antennae to feel vibrations. They use antennae to hear, smell, and touch things. They talk or communicate by...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  77.   Eatem Up
...more. As you gather information you can look for ways that you can organize your information and compare it. You can also seize opportunities to tabulate findings, graph results, and otherwise manipulate the information you find. Some of the most enjoyable experiences that a teacher can have with a young child are those that occur outdoors or in their familiar surroundings. Taking children on walks in the woods, at a local park, around the schoolyard, or simply around their school building can prompt many discoveries about the natural world. We usually think that these experiences are part of the children's scientific lea...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  78.   Let's Measure
...er using sand, rice, or beans). Mathematical Processes Benchmark D Evaluate the reasonableness of predictions, estimations and solutions. Lesson Summary: This lesson introduces children to the concept of the measures, length and volume. Story reading and children's play set meaningful contexts for young learners to explore the process of measuring volume and length using everyday items such as crayons, blocks and cups. Estimated Duration: 30 minutes - Lesson takes place during several short sessions, over several days. Commentary: The NCTM Principles and Standards for School Mathematics states, "Measurement is one of the...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  79.   Hey! What's the Weather Like Today?
...tes per week and that secondary programs meet the equivalent of 50 minutes per day throughout the year. Time and intensity do matter, and programs that meet for fewer minutes/less often will need more time to review previously introduced material before moving forward. Commentary: From the writer: Young children love to sing aloud and act out songs. These young learners will embrace the simple melody and lyrics of the weather song found in Attachment A. Students should be familiar with the names of common clothing items in the target language (e.g., boots, gloves, coat, umbrella, bathing suit). It is important to do all...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  80.   Recurring Symbols in Young Adult Literature
Recurring Symbols in Young Adult Literature - Grade Seven Ohio Standards Connection Reading Applications: Literary Text Benchmark E Demonstrate comprehension by inferring themes, patterns and symbols. Indicator 5 Identify recurring themes, patterns and symbols found in literature from different eras and cultures. Lesson Summary: In the context of...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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