Lessons for Screen Writing

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  • Paper Making - … of the screen. If the screen and paper pulp separate, they can gently lift the screen from the paper. If the screen and paper … added. Some kinds of paper will be more difficult to write on than others. Important clean up note: do not put … with different shapes and sizes of window screen to create interesting paper shapes. Plastic window screen stretched over circular embroidery hoops makes …
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  • A Pair, A Panel, A Presentation: Creating an Image for Your School - … - Folding Screen 3. Discuss screen: + While viewing a large image of the screen, both front and back, discuss the function of a screen in … also write about their work of art and how it relates to the folding screen from viceregal Mexico. The successfully completed screen will … scale Language Arts: Writing descriptive paragraphs. Social Studies, History: Researching the history of the story depicted on the screen. Social Studies, Geography …
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  • A Visit to Flatlands - … square. Direct your students' attention to the screen and ask them if the screen is flat. Then ask them what shape they … ask the students to minimize their screens again and to follow you on the big screen. Culminating Activities 1. Focus: Remember when … next to the cube and in the next five minutes write down two ways your shape is similar to a cube … this, look at the cube on my screen. As I rotate my cube on the screen, I want you to rotate your …
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  • Light - … and their practical applications to everyday life. Students utilized technical writing to describe the concepts, processes and procedures involved in light … . What categories did you assess? My major categories were content, screen design, technical and creativity. Other How does the product that … linked together ____ - information to be displayed on each screen ____ 3. Screen design - Special effects add interest/detract ____ - appropriate use …
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  • Students as Creators: Exploring Multimedia - … from one screen to the next? What is the purpose of this screen? How is this screen similar to the first screen? How is it different? What additional media are used on this second screen … important to them. Explore the effectiveness of multimedia for persuasive writing. back to top STUDENT ASSESSMENT/REFLECTIONS The classroom teacher and …
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  • Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives - … apart and close to the next screen, then two separate patches of light formed on the screen. However, when he reduced the … of light will appear on the back screen (detector) indicating where the photons hit the screen. Ask students what they would expect … light. However, the detector actually shows hits all across the screen, suggesting the beginnings of a wave interference pattern like that … a mechanism for evolution Have teams research their conflict and write a summary that includes the following: who the key players …
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  • Playing with Money (From the Other Point of View) - … out the, New Zealand value y. Method 4: They could write a program for a computer or graphics calculator. You can … session, students will make up a TV screen for a foreign television company. The screen will show the exchange rate for the … currency; (iv) design their own exchange rate screen; and (v) produce the final TV screen on A4 cardboard. You will probably need … convert between pairs of countries on that screen given only the information on the screen. In other words the students will have …
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  • Paper Production - … tub large enough to hold the screen (30 cm to 1 foot deep) Section of window screen slightly larger than the size … of leaves, flowers, herbs, string, glitter, rags, paper with no writing on it, lint from clothes dryer, feathers, decorative threads, foil … the pulp is evenly distributed throughout the water. Move the screen back and forth until the pulp is spread evenly across … so that the pulp fills the screen to the inner edges of the frame. Hold the screen above the tub until only …
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  • Washington, D.C - … projector computer with Internet connection Interactive whiteboard (SmartBoard) or projection screen Websites: www.theodora.com/maps/new5/usa_color.gif -- Provides blackline … equipment (LCD projector, computer with Internet connection, Smartboard/whiteboard/ projection screen). 3. Bookmark websites used in lesson for easy access with … (blue). Select another student to select 4 Cross-Curricular Extensions Writing: Students can create virtual post cards from D.C. www …
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  • Solving Equations using the Graphing Calculator - … . Typing simple text Highlight any text which appears on the screen by using the mouse. Delete any text after highlighting it … sound mean? Can you see the solutions? To clear the screen, highlight what you have typed and clear this by pressing … this is necessary). Delete the previous equations appearing on the screen. The second equation will be y = (4 - 2x)/3. Did … until a popping sound is heard. Release the mouse botton. Write the two solutions you get: Are x = -1 and y …
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