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Business Finance

  • 25 April 2018
  • Posted by: Mardia Euter
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Business Finance
Students’ age range: 16-18
Main subject: Not specified
Topic: Savings and Investment
 
Description: The students at times ask for money to assist them to do various things hence this lesson was selected to teach the importance of saving and investments.
A scenario was provided where $500.00 was given to a student where think, pair ,share was used. In respect to think the students will write down two sentences to answer the question the time allotted is one minute. Then the students will talk to a partner for one or two minutes, then the teacher will call on a few students to share. Students will be expected to jot down points they agree with or disagree with during the sharing (2 minutes). The teacher will use the responses from Think, Pair , share the teacher will provide information and guidance to develop a simple Budget for the month. Discussion will be done on the topic ”How would this Budget help you make sound financial decisions? for ten minutes. The teacher will point out the importance of savings one need to balance money coming in with money going out including provision for savings. Teacher will provide different situations for students to work in groups of 3 and compile list with items of expenses and classify items according to importance. Students will explain why the categories are important after which they will generate a Budget and why for 30 minutes. Using the fishbowl strategy the teacher will explain the activity and lay down ground rules. The topic will be Savings and Investments nine students will be observer and nine participants. The teacher will be the moderator asking probing questions. The questions will be ‘What if” for 30 minutes.

Living Together

  • 25 April 2018
  • Posted by: Nathalee Copeland-Mitchell
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Living Together
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Social studies
Topic: Rights and responsibilities of a Jamaican Citizen
 
Description: ENGAGEMENT
Students will view a short clip on the united nations convention on the rights of a child. https://youtube/TFMqTDIYI2U
Students will be asked the following questions. A discussion will then ensue.
1. What is the convention of the rights of a child?
2. What are some of the rights identified in the film?
3. Do you think that Jamaican citizens are able to practice their rights?
4. What are some of the ways in which a child’s right can be breached?
Students (selected) will write responses in the board. These will be copied in their notebooks.
EXPLORATION
Students will be given a handout showing the rights of a child. This will be read in the groups.
Students will discuss what they understand about each right using the Fish Bowl Discussion.
Students will also discuss how 3 of the rights could help them to be good citizens.
Students will use Smart devices to research how any individual may qualify to be a Jamaican citizen.
EXPLANATION
Students will discuss what they have learnt about how one may qualify to become a Jamaican citizen.
ELABORATION
Students will role play being citizenship advisors and advise their client, informing him or her on how to gain Jamaican citizenship.

Students will discuss their rights as outlined in the United Nations Convention on the rights of a child. (Handouts)




Learning and Discussing about Climate Change

  • 25 April 2018
  • Posted by: Maria Isabel Estevez
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Learning and Discussing about Climate Change
Students’ age range: 18+
Main subject: Sciences
Topic: Climate Change
 
Description: The first step of the lesson will consist in preparing the classroom for the Fish Bowl activity with the help of the students. Chairs will be arranged in two circles: the small inner circle and the big outer circle. At this point, it is necessary to make sure to include one or two empty chairs in the inner circle. All the class is requested to sit before the teacher describes the topic of the discussion and provide information about the dynamic of the activity. Six to seven students will be invited and asked to participate voluntarily to start the Fish Bowl conversation while the rest of the class will be requested to become active observers and listeners. Only the inner circle can speak and share the ideas during the discussion. After about 8-10 minutes, students will start to leave and join the inner circle and so on until the whole group has participated. Students are allowed to take notes in a notebook as well in their phones. The teacher will be the moderator and will take notes in a notebook or the class’ blackboard although this last one is suggested since students can take notes or take a picture of the ideas written by the teacher on it at the end of the class. Links or documents with information about climate change will be provided to the students, so they can complement or learn more about the topic discussed in class.

thing happened to me

  • 25 April 2018
  • Posted by: Jorge Luis Arturo Lugo
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thing happened to me
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Foreign languages
Topic: Comprehensive reading
 
Description: Read the title of the text
Predict the content
Write the predictions
Read quickly
Answer the questions presented by the text
Meet in groups
Answer the questions to form the compass
Draw the compass answering the questions
Record a video with the presentation of the compass
Watch the videos
Verify predictions
Fix errors
Draw conclusions

Geometry:Solids

  • 25 April 2018
  • Posted by: NORDETTE RICKETTS
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Geometry:Solids
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Mathematics
Topic: Examine Solids, it sides, faces and vertices. Students will also appreciate the use of solids in their everyday lives
 
Description: Procedure
1. Students would watch the video which will be a 5 minute long video.
2. They will be asked to critique the video.
3. The students will then be asked to examine their environment and give examples of buildings or anything that takes the shape of the solids looked at.
4. Students will then examine the details of the different nets of solids, looking at how these solids are made. Then in their groups using hard boards they would draw the nets of the solid they choose cut it out and then put it together.
5. They would be asked to decide on a futuristic piece such as a house and use at least three different solids to créate this piece.
6. The students will be given a worksheet to complete and return to class.

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