Lessons for Cooperative Writing

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  • Hug O' War - … and acknowledge all suggestions. Ask the students what cooperation is. Ask them how cooperation might help you move the object. Ask students … that illustrates people using cooperation to solve a problem within a community, school, or home. The teacher can write dictated descriptions on the pictures. Assess whether illustrations and text demonstrate an understanding of the concept of cooperation. Extension …
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  • Rules of the Game - … Letter Instructional Procedure(s): Anticipatory Set: In advance, write the words rules and cooperate on the board. With a voice full of … to cooperate (get along with others). What happens when someone does not cooperate? Discuss how knowing and following rules helps us cooperate. What happens when the group cooperates? How does it …
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  • Small Fish Stick Together (Kindergarten) - … themes of community, caring and sharing; describe the advantages of cooperation for the common good; and describe how the characters' experiences … ? What does it mean to cooperate? Why is cooperating a good thing? What are some ways we can cooperate during our service project … part of the story. Have students create a picture of cooperation taking place in the classroom, school, or community. Reflection: (click … whisper to you what they did during the service project. Write what they did on their star. Have the student hold …
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  • Are You Really Better Off? - … Expendable Cost Per Group : US$ 1 Keywords: choice, communication, community, cooperation, decision, environmental issue, environmental policy, game theory, human activities, human … to decide whether their stakeholder group is going to cooperate or defect (not cooperate). Display the appropriate payoff table provided in the … Issues Essay: Have students write essays elaborating on one of the issues they identified earlier and explain how cooperation by people (countries …
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  • United States v. Thomas Cooper -- A Violation of the Sedition Law by Teaching With Documents - … to the class. Assign students to write a one-page synopsis of the Thomas Cooper story as revealed by the documents. Divide … questions: Were charges brought against Cooper for opinions that were personal or political in nature? Did Cooper attack John Adams and the … that they are Thomas Cooper. Ask them to write a journal entry in which they reveal the defense Cooper planned to use in … the Archival Research Catalog (ARC) database, by searching keyword "Thomas Cooper" or using the following ARC Identifiers: 278967 278968 278969 278970 …
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  • Using Primary Sources to Uncover the True Thanksgiving Story - … , we have to study the records, models, artifacts, drawings, and writings made at the time of the event to find out … : Informal assessment occurs throughout the lesson with questioning and the cooperative learning activity. The anticipation guide that students complete before and … : Informal assessment occurs throughout the lesson with questioning and the cooperative learning activity. The anticipation guide that students complete before and …
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  • Solving Multi-Step Equations - … ) (3.) Assign jobs within each group such as recorder to write down each solution. There will also need to be a … Multi-Step EquationsOverview/Annotation: In this lesson, students will work cooperatively to solve multi-step equations online. The program will allow … . Overview/Annotation:Overview/Annotation: In this lesson, students will work cooperatively to solve multi-step equations online. The program will allow …
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  • Getting the Most Genetics out of SpongeBob - … class discussions and activity. Students will receive feedback during the cooperative learning activity when the student assigned the role of researcher … activities or exercises will the students complete with teacher guidance? Cooperative Learning Activity (25min) rint up the worksheet by visiting sciencespot … ). Then review the directions with the group making sure they write all the group members names on the top or they …
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  • What Can We Learn From Pigs? - … teacher-drawn graphics of a variety of pigs, drawing paper, writing paper with pig border, glue, scissors, stapler, overhead projector, copies … Orange House discuss with students the concept of cooperation. Share examples of ways people cooperate. 22.)Read Pig's Orange House by … Orange House discuss with students the concept of cooperation. Share examples of ways people cooperate. Pig's Orange House22.)Read Pig's …
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  • Pickle-Ball - … needed to accomplish a set goal in a competitive and cooperative environment. PE(8) 2. Incorporate striking skills that demonstrate accuracy … (4), backline (2), and sideline (2) with 80% accuracy. 2. Write a description of the "double-bounce" rule as described in … needed to accomplish a set goal in a competitive and cooperative environment. PE(8) 2. Incorporate striking skills that demonstrate accuracy …
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