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  • Come to the Market! - … determine students' knowledge of food vocabulary acquired in Lesson One. Play the Spanish song Naranja dulce (Attachment E), as students enter … phrases to further describe their food preferences. Day 18 37. Play several of the Spanish-speaking "food" songs in the background … the school lunchroom to remind students to make good choices. Play matamoscas (flyswatters) to review vocabulary. Using flyswatters and pictures of …
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  • Let's Go to the Butcher Shop - … in Spanish-speaking countries. Scoring Guidelines: Use Attachment F, Role-Play Presentation Rubrics, to grade students' performance. The answer key for … the assignment. (See Attachment F, Role-Play Presentation Rubrics.) 25. Have students present their role-plays. 26. Distribute Attachment E, Post-Assessment … approaches and materials that stress different learning styles (videos, role-play, hands-on activities, etc). Allow additional days to cover material …
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  • Return to the Tour of the Hemisphere in Three ... - … questions as a homework assignment. 4. Have pairs of students play a game like Twenty Questions to practice the geographical terms … forest is dense. The trees are immense.) 13. Have students play a guessing game to review the adjectives. Post pictures of … of the three countries.) Have students create several conversations. 19. Play a game with students in which you ask them questions … on a guided tour jouer lacrosse to play lacrosse jouer du tam-tam to play the tam-tam p cher to fish …
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  • Let's Measure - … the measures, length and volume. Story reading and children's play set meaningful contexts for young learners to explore the process … area, sand/water table) and embedded within lesson activities and play such as Observing children during and following the lesson as … , rug, big book, doll, puppet theatre, dollhouse, bookshelf, toy animals, play food, length of strung beads, etc.). Provide pictures or icons …
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  • Investigating Ohio's Environment - … is a source of energy (e.g., energy used to play, ride bicycles, read, etc.). Benchmark B: Explain how organisms function … different abilities. Extension: Set up a terrarium in the classroom. Play a guessing game. Describe one of the animals that the … is a source of energy (e.g., energy used to play, ride bicycles, read, etc.). Benchmark B Explain how organisms function … camouflage-predator/prey game. (This game is played outside or in the gymnasium. If played in the classroom, change the number of …
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  • Fraction Bits and Parts - … above using the biscuits start, action, results boards and fresh play dough. The first boards should, if possible, remain on view … using the pies start, action, results boards. If possible, fresh play dough should be used, the other two boards remaining on … be so, even with the same object. Resources Copymaster 2 Play dough (see copymaster 2) Plastic knives Cutting boards or cut … . Explain that these represent the objects which they made from play dough in the last activity, eels, chocolate bars, biscuits and …
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  • Thatx26#039;s not fair! - Keywords: Achievement Objectives: Achievement Objective: Purpose: In this unit we play probability games and learn about sample space and a sense … etc to assign roles and discuss the fairness of games play probability games and identify all possible outcomes compare and order … prediction about what they think will happen in the game. - Play the game, recording the results. - Compare what happens with their … you think would happen? What happened when you played the game? Did anyone else play the same game? Did you get the …
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  • The Cube and Coin Challenges - … Coin Challenges. Introduce the ideas of the 'challenges'. In turn play Cube Challenges I and II and Coin Challenges I and … each 'challenge' ask is the 'challenge' is fair or not? Play the 'challenge' several times and see if the students want … whether they think that the 'challenge' is fair or not play the 'challenge' several times Review their earlier decision on the … probabilities in the light of the 'challenges' that have been played. Review the 'challenges'. In particular get the class to think …
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  • Counting on Probability - … Sharp pencils Activity: Getting Started We begin the unit by playing Odds and Evens using a spinner divided into thirds with … office? Problem 6: Sports At Tim's school, they can play one of cricket, hockey, tennis or touch rugby in the … basketball in the winter. What is the probability that he played two games at school last year with a round ball … combinations, these are listed below: Problem Solving, Level 2-3, Playing with Numbers (Problem 4), page 3 Problem Solving, Level 2 …
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  • Ix26#039;m Spinning - … with the guesses. Were we correct? Why or why not? Play another game this time using a spinner that is .75 … points. - The first player to score 20 points wins. Before playing the game ask the students to write a prediction about … the students could keep track with counters or cubes. After playing the game tell the students to write about the results … your results compare with those of the class? If you played the game again would you change your prediction? How? Is …
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