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The computer

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Eugenie Douglas
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The  computer
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Technology education
Topic: Function of the Computer
 
Description: 1. Begin the lesson by reading watching the video presentaion
2. Teacher will then introduce the questions: How can we use the computer and it many input, output and storage devices to more adequately assist us in our daily lives, and how they believe their parents and grand parents would operate in their daily lives without computers to assist them
3. Have student volunteers read the parts that speaks particularly to input, output storage
4. Write down the definition of each of the functions then .
5. Take a moment to discuss the many, input, output, processing and storage devices that are utlized to carry out the functions of the computer
6. Concluding event, will take place with the students summarizing what they have learnt

Slavery

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Kellie Brown
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Slavery
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Social studies
Topic: Slave Resistance
 
Description: Teacher will:
Have students watch a short video of slavery. After watching the video the teacher will ask students to express their thoughts on what they watched
Discuss with the class how slaves resisted enslavement.

Additionally, the teacher will discuss with students the slave revolt in Exuma. How it came about, Who was involved and was it successful?

Instruct students pretend to be slave during the slave revolt in Exuma. Draw a map of an escape route. The map must have all of the parts of a map.
Have students as a class role play the Pompey Revolt

Comprehension

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Kasata Phillips- Riley
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Comprehension
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Language arts and literature
Topic: Figurative Language
 
Description: Step 1: Students will be given sentence strip. Students will be given two minutes to walk around and find their group members based on the sentence they were given. Students will sit with their members.

Step 2: Using the following question students will justify the decisión,
a. Why did you choose to associate yourself with the others in your group?
b. What was the similiarity between your sentence and the sentences of your group members?


Step 3: Each group will be given a title card. Each title card has a figurative device on it. Example metaphor, personification. Teacher will ensure that the card matches the sentence given. Using the similiarities for sentences given as a guide, students will determine the definition on the title card given. Each group will share their understanding.

Step 4: Students will be given textbooks, “English For All Bk 1”. Using the text students will read to get more information about the title card (figuative device).

Step 5: Using the fish bowl strategy students will share what they found out about the figurative device they were assigned. Each group will take turn contributing to the discussion by given a description of the figurative device assigned or listening to classmates giving the description.

Step:6 Using PREZI, teacher will present a short summary of the figurative devices covered in class. Examples will be given and selected students will take turn to identify the figurative device and justify answer given.

Step 7: Each group will be given a poem. After Reading the poem, students will identify the figurative devices used by the poet. One representative from each group will share answers with the class.



Common and Proper Nouns

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Lisa Proverbs-Ballantyne
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Common and Proper Nouns
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Language arts and literature
Topic: Grammar
 
Description: Students will recall the definition and examples of common and proper nouns.
After recalling common and proper nouns, students will take turns reading the passage.
Students will then listen to the teacher read the passage and answer teacher generated questions orally on the passage.
Students will then answer the questions on the passage individually

Crown Colony Government

  • 29 April 2018
  • Posted by: Kellie Brown
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Crown Colony Government
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Social studies
Topic: Geroge Phenney
 
Description: The previous lesson was revised as this would be the base of the current lesson. Students were allowed to answer questions within their groups to determine if the level of understanding of the topic thus far. Students were then lead in a discussion on the present topic; taking note of keywords and key points. Lastly, the class was placed in groups to create a biography of Woodes Rodgers.
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