Lessons for Family

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  • Chemical Families - … are alike and different. Learning Point Associates Lesson Plan: Chemical Families-2 Scoring Criteria of Preassessment: Teacher observation of successful completion … when characteristics of each family are identified. Exceptional * Student finds their appropriate family and seats themselves with that family. * * Participation * * Student actively participates … one element from each of the three families. Learning Point Associates Lesson Plan: Chemical Families-3 Procedures: Session 1 1. Announce to …
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  • Who's Your Mama?: A Family Who's Who - … family. recognize roles of family members. Teacher planning Time required for lesson 2 hours Materials/resources Personal family photos--include as many extended family … Baylor Families: the Global Family Album by Uwe Ommer One Hundred Is a Family by Pam Munoz Ryan Who's Who in My Family by Loreen Leedy Families
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  • Louisiana Voices Unit III Lesson 3 The Family: Louisiana Family Folklore, Activity 3 - … Lesson 3 The Family: Louisiana Family Folklore Getting Started With technology This Guide background Study Guide Summary Activity 3 Family Treasures activities Outline … the world differently. (1, 3, 4) Lesson 3: The Family Louisiana Family Folklore 3. Students draw inferences about objects and categorize objects … . . ." statements pertaining to traditions, cultures, regions, or families. 8. Create a class exhibit of family treasures multimedia slide show using software program …
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  • Adopted lesson - … their family and Japanese families. 2. Have children write about one way they admire Japanese families. 3. Make up a play about Japanese family … teacher provides an extension of that control for the family. 6. The family is generally considered the most important group by the … for the individual but is also for family position and honour. In achievement the family is the focus of the individual's …
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  • Lesson 1- Adopted Lesson on Families - … "family" ? identify members of their small family and explain the difference between small and big families ? recognize some characteristics of families ? begin to appreciate families … are members of two families. A "small" (immediate) family and a "big" (extended) family. Explain that members of a family are called relatives. 4 … as the small family. Other relatives such as aunts, cousins, and grandparents are part of the big family. These family members may not …
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  • Home is Where The Heart Is - … unit on families. The unit will identify different types of families, the roles and responsibilities of family members, and characteristics of the family environment … knowledge on families in order to explore the characteristics of a family environment. What makes a family home special? What defines a family environment … Joseph's questions family and the mouse family make the family safe and loving. Sample Questions: -How does Joseph's family show their love …
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  • Family Portraits - … their family history or the history of a family in the community. The story will be illustrated by a family artifact. Materials a family artifact paper writing tools Activities 1. A discussion about family will stem from the viewing of Robert Harris' family … we tell about family relationships from these portraits? How? 2. After interviewing members of their own family or a family in the community …
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  • All in the Family - … you or not? How do you define 'family'? (What makes a family?) What is a biological family?" After five to ten minutes, students … two lists on the board, "Our Definitions of Family" and "Definitions of Biological Family." Support the diversity in student responses by pointing … impact of mandated inbreeding upon royal families throughout history. What were the familial ties between these royal family members? What were the effects …
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  • Family Life - … , "It May Be a Family Matter, but Just Try to Define Family." 4. Synthesize their ideas about family and the decision-making process … questions: -What are some challenges to maintaining a family unit? -How does the family unit change over the course of a person … it possible to belong to more than one family? If so, explain the family units to which you belong. 2. As a … that you will be reading to them regarding family ties and responsibility of family members. Point out that each corner of the …
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  • Civil War Tapestry - … children. The leader decides the last name of the family. Collectively the family decides where in the in the United States they … (tintype) of each family before the soldier leaves. This Polaroid is the record of the family. When possible have family members recreate the farewell scene. 8. LETTER WRITING EXERCISE: Now that the families are split …
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