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  • Organizing Effective Speeches - … conclusion: restates, (but not repeats) main point; reinstates credibility; ties up loose ends; tells the audience what it should be taking … research. They can conduct research on the Internet or in books. Primary sources also may be used. Day Five 20. Students … all of the ingredients, mixing, baking and cooling, you can pop a delicious homemade chocolate chip cookie in your mouth. Yum … CONCLUSION restates main points not repeats them -- reinstates credibility, ties up loose ends, tells the audience what it should be taking …
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  • ?Que te gusta comer?- What do You Like to Eat? ... - … projector, dry erase boards, worksheets, Internet access, Spanish dictionaries books, notebooks, resources, dry erase markers, Internet access Vocabulary and … a response to your partner, listen and ask follow-up questions or volunteer additional information. You provide no conversational … steak turkey What do you drink? milk juice refreshments (pop) ice tea/ hot tea water peas corn beans broccoli …
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  • Exploring Big Bang Evidence - … students to visualize an explosive event (e.g., a burning, popping pine log, an exploding fire-cracker). Using information/ideas … their own sources as well, including valid scientific Internet sites, books, and scientifically peer-reviewed journal sources. If Internet access … rubric provided in Attachment C. 21. Conduct a follow-up class discussion regarding the lesson before and after conducting …
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  • Guzzinta - … 'guided discovery'. As much as possible we try to set up situations that give students the opportunity to find things out … /or get the students to write it in their note books. Repeat the last sequence of questions with numbers that are … thinks they know what the property is they should put up their hand and then give another number with that property … , 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12. Pop out into the street and write down the numerical part …
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  • Constructing Arguments: 'Room for Debate' and the Common Core Standards - … each. The idea may remind you of the popular "Vox Pop" or "Man on the Street" interviews that many school and … college students, for example, one writer's argument was summed up as, "Obama, Yes. Washington, No.", while another's was given … affiliated with the Catholic church; Charles Murray's controversial new book about the white working class; and how the U.S … news weekly for important themes and topics, we often end up posing questions that mirror something on Room for Debate. For …
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  • Treaty Signers of the Great Lakes Region - … and more land. Tribal leaders expressed their opinions about giving up land in speeches they gave during treaty negotiations. Some leaders were strongly against giving up land to the United States government. The Ojibwa chief Shing … stamp pad. Lewis and his publisher printed the engravings in books and sold them, but they did not make much money … , and religion are not only allowed but accepted as important. Pop ular Sov ereignty The power of the government comes from …
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  • Songs Are Poems Too! - … , somber, quick, slow, melodic, lots of bass, hip hop, rap, pop, rock, country and so on. Ask students which singer/group … assignment with a partner or in a small group. Follow-Up Lessons: Analyze national anthems (For example, Canadian, Russian and American … . Toronto: Coles, 1992. Gardner, H. Intelligence Reframed. New York: Basic Books, 1999. http://www.unex.ucr.edu/education/MI/reforming.html …
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  • Warhol and Collaboration - … and images from pop culture, street graffiti and primitive art. Like Warhol, Basquiat appropriated pictures from existing sources including books such as … collaboration on how the group is working, how it came up with decisions, who gave input when, how the input changed … . Day 3 1. Hand out transparencies to groups. 2. Hang up canvas or paper on available walls so that you can … to ask questions. 3. Use the wrap-up questions below to generate discussion. Wrap-up Questions: 1. Consider your own collaborative process …
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  • Albion Tourgee & the Fight for Civil Rights - … during the period of Reconstruction? Materials Brainstorm worksheet for warm up, attached Albion Tourg e and the Fight for Civil Rights … should also have knowledge of the Fourteenth Amendment. Procedure Warm Up: Brainstorm Abolitionists and Civil Rights Activists 1. As a warm … mark by the line or section. If a particular thought pops in your head that connects to the reading, write it … rehabilitation. He busied himself during this time by reading law books, assuming his paralysis would prevent him from a life of …
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  • Albion Tourgee & the Fight for Civil Rights - … during the period of Reconstruction? Materials Brainstorm worksheet for warm up, attached Albion Tourg e and the Fight for Civil Rights … should also have knowledge of the Fourteenth Amendment. Procedure Warm Up: Brainstorm Abolitionists and Civil Rights Activists 1. As a warm … mark by the line or section. If a particular thought pops in your head that connects to the reading, write it … rehabilitation. He busied himself during this time by reading law books, assuming his paralysis would prevent him from a life of …
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