Lessons for Reactions

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  • Room for All - … another video clip. Watch for the other students’ reactions as well as the reaction of the young girl. “ Watch segment, pausing at … her elementary classroom almost 30 years ago and the resulting reaction from the students and the community. The teacher went on …
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  • Do You Hear What I Hear? - … to read the paragraph and provide comments. Step 4: Discuss reactions to the paragraph and compare interpretations. You may have a … exclamation points?” (Answers may include: to show strong emotion or reactions or with an interjection.) Say “What are some common errors … final portion of the video clip and discuss any additional reactions or questions with the students. The student papers may be …
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  • Teaching About J.F.K. With The New York Times - … in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, they began documenting their reactions through photographs and memorials to the fallen president. You can … include details that were dropped from the textbook? What other reactions do you have to the two sources? Updated: Here is … I made the announcement. The alacrity and intensity of their reaction told me why it was shared through the world and …
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  • Shaking Up Shakespeare: Reaching the Shakespeare-Averse With Adaptations - … until you have exhausted the questions, walking around to gauge reactions and prior knowledge. What do you think of when you … you are going to read Shakespeare, what is your first reaction? What experiences - good and/or bad - have you had with … these questions, reconvene as a class and discuss comments and reactions that you heard. Probe student ideas and feelings about Shakespeare …
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  • Cyberwar: How Digital Threats Are Redefining National Security - … cyberattacks and work together to construct a class "action-and-reaction timeline" (PDF). Part I: Reading a Times Article and Tracking … ) axis from bottom to top, and the terms "action" and "reaction" on the horizontal (top) axis. Then divide students into mixed … can jot down key points on the timeline in the "reaction" column as they speak. After all the groups have presented …
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  • 9/11 Anniversary Teaching Guide - … you doing at the time and what were your first reactions? What was the rest of that day like for you … when compared with the need. But when he sees the reactions of the weary rescue workers to the gift, he realizes … you doing at the time and what were your first reactions? What was the rest of that day like for you …
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  • Who Are Your Heroes? - … basketball coach. Who are your heroes? In the Times Interactive "Reactions to Mandela's Death," notable figures and readers of The … great leader. - Jena, North Carolina, Times reader Students: Read other reactions to Mr. Mandela's death in the Interactive, then tell … to them? How do they inspire you? What was your reaction to Nelson Mandela's death? Did you know who he …
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  • Exploring the Israeli and Palestinian Conflict through a Graphic Novel - … street. You want to show the events and people s reactions to the events. Use dialogue between characters to convey information … street. You want to show the events and people s reactions to the events. Use dialogue between characters to convey information … street. You want to show the events and people s reactions to the events. Use dialogue between characters to convey information …
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  • Narratives of Enslaved North Carolinians - … silently write a brief description of what they see, their reactions, and a one word summary of each image. While students … , go back through them and allow students to share their reactions. Ask follow up questions as needed and correct any inaccuracies … read at least two narratives, allow students to share their reactions to the narratives. You may want to ask some of …
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  • Narratives of Enslaved North Carolinians - … silently write a brief description of what they see, their reactions, and a one word summary of each image. While students … , go back through them and allow students to share their reactions. Ask follow up questions as needed and correct any inaccuracies … read at least two narratives, allow students to share their reactions to the narratives. You may want to ask some of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
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