Lessons for Journalism

Page 9 of 1000 results

  • Determining Fairness in Games of Chance - … demonstrate game analysis, United Streaming Video for evaluation and assessment journaling activity. Background/Preparation: Students will review previous knowledge on the … demonstrate game analysis, United Streaming Video for evaluation and assessment journaling activity. Technology Resources Needed:Technology Resources Needed:PowerPoint, Computer, View … demonstrate game analysis, United Streaming Video for evaluation and assessment journaling activity. PowerPoint, Computer, View Screen, LCD, Graphing Calculator using the …
    User Rating:
  • 8 Using knowledge of student cognition to differentiate instruction - … of working memory updating: An experimental decomposition and individual Differences." Journal of experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition , 36 (2010): 170 … : Working memory, strategy selection, and mathematical problem solving under pressure." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition , 33 (2007): 983 … versus nonmnemonic vocabulary-learning strategies for children." American Educational Research Journal , 19 (1982): 121-136. [return] Meltzer, L., Promoting executive function …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Let Me Tell You A Story: Knowing the Difference Between Legends and Tall Tales. - … : A Venn Diagram with writing space. Lined paper or vocabulary journals. Pencils. Access to 'Storyboard That' and a free account. Technology … : A Venn Diagram with writing space. Lined paper or vocabulary journals. Pencils. Access to 'Storyboard That' and a free account. Materials … : A Venn Diagram with writing space. Lined paper or vocabulary journals. Pencils. Access to 'Storyboard That' and a free account. Teacher …
    User Rating:
  • Dear America Teaching Guide - … a background to understanding the journals. Historical Journal Entries The itineraries also offer links to historical journal entries. These journals are taken from Scholastic … they didn't learn from the background information and journals? Do you think journals are an important historical artifact? Explain why or … "Write a Journal Entry" in order to submit their journal entries for online publication. Encourage students to read other students' journal entries that …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • How to be a Molecular Biologist the Easy Way - … of biotechnology-specific vocabulary in their reflective journal and lab report. Rubric (Science Reflective Journal) Learning Objectives: What should students know and … in the journal response and is not properly quoted and written as the journal entry. Student makes no reference to the journal topic … in the journal response and is not properly quoted and written as the journal entry. Student makes no reference to the journal topic …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Introduction to Unit/Probability & Statistics - … completion and accuracy. Their journals will be checked at the beginning of class the each day. The journals will be turned in … the students that they will be using Math Journals to organize the unit vocabulary. Journals can be used in other subjects to … have and questions about their Math Journals. 18. Ask the students other ways they can use journals to help them learn. (Bloom … example of conditional probability. Have students get out their Math Journals and note taking materials. Finding Conditional Probability From a Table …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • "Flowers for Algernon" by Daniel Keyes - … characters and to themselves, students demonstrate through class discussion and journal writing their understanding and interpretation of the short story "Flowers … characters and to themselves, students demonstrate through class discussion and journal writing their understanding and interpretation of the short story "Flowers … characters and to themselves, students demonstrate through class discussion and journal writing their understanding and interpretation of the short story "Flowers …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Instructional Plan I - … major settlements that developed near water sources. 2. In your journal, brainstorm reasons why settlements may have developed near water sources … . You will present your journal to the class. Activity 2 Scoring Guide 4 I made a journal entry that contained a map … findings. 0 I turned in a journal that contained incorrect, incomplete information. No answer: My journal was lost in the crossing and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Lewis and Clark - … to read passages from the journals. * Work on projects. Day 6 * Continue to read passages from the journals (between the Corps of … to read passages from the journals. * Work on projects. Day 8 * Continue to read passages from the journals (any time between the … /ArtsSciences/ModernStudies/HumSocSci/lc94/Section2/Phase1/Dates/Date11.html-- typed journal entries http://www.lewisclark.net/--Yankton's site http://www …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Canada - … discussion takes place and with the journal entries. Closure: Have the students write in their journals about what they learned for the … the vocabulary on the board and write it in their journal: scarlet, tunic, distinctive, ceremonial, federal, mount, Klondike, prospector and impressive … Activity: Have the students write the following vocabulary in their journals: appreciate, sculpture, landscape, symphony, renowned, annually, professional, and original. Opening …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
Copyright © 2017 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.