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Contractions in English Language

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Alecia Green-Archibald
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Contractions in English Language
Students’ age range: 10-12
Main subject: Language arts and literature
Topic: Contractions in English Language
 
Description: 1. Students will first watch the video on contractions.
2. Students will then form small groups and discuss the video while they explore the resources available in the classroom determining those that are facts vs opinion.
3. Teacher will question students to find out if they understand what they have discovered and clear up any misconceptions encountered while exploring the topic.
4. Students will then circle the contractions in the poem 'At Home' after reading it independently.
5. Students will create a new poem using five contractions of their own

Characterization in The Skin I'm In by Sharon Flake

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Leonard Roberts
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Characterization in The Skin I'm In by Sharon Flake
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Language arts and literature
Topic: Characterization
 
Description: Students will utilize their existing knowledge of plot, conflict and charácter. Working in groups of threes they will extract from the text the major factors influencing Maleeka Madison’s development throughot the course of the story.
I will supervise the progress of each froup to ensure their steady progress.
Each group will compose a Powerpoint presentation to be presented to the class next sesión.

Body parts (anatomy)

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: cristobal martinez
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Body parts (anatomy)
Students’ age range: 16-18
Main subject: Health
Topic: Superior and inferior body parts
 
Description: Select the topic
I described ours subjects
Set up the room, we put circle or chairs and enough room around the circle for the remaining students to observe what is happening.
Prepare discussion: Like many structured conversations, Fishbowl discussions are most effective when students have had a few minutes to prepare ideas and questions in advance.

Gametogenesis

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: JANICE WILLIAMS-TAYLOR
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Gametogenesis
Students’ age range: 16-18
Main subject: Sciences
Topic: Sexual Reproduction in Humans
 
Description: STARTER / CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY:
Complete human life cycle diagram (5 marks)

INTRODUCTION (1) Teacher will review diagram and then ask for a volunteer to summarize the
process of Sexual Reproduction. (5 mins)
(2) Students will be asked to suggest what happens in gametogenesis. (3 mins)
(3) Teacher will write suggestions on board and use suggestions to introduce topic
and outline objectives (2 mins)
DEVELOPMENT (1) Teacher will describe the process of gametogenesis and use pause reflection to
clarify concepts (5 mins)
(2) Students will then be placed in cooperative groups to construct models of
spermatogenesis and oogenesis using information from a fact sheet as well as
information researched using their smart phones. Teacher will move around room
to assist and clarify as necessary. (20 mins)
(3) Teacher and students will review models for accuracy (5 mins)
(4) Students will then compare spermatogenesis and oogenesis. (5 mins)
CULMINATING ACTIVITY: Teacher will use PowerPoint to cement concepts (5 minutes)

Let's Find The Treasure!

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Anderson Gittens
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Let's Find The Treasure!
Students’ age range: 04-06
Main subject: Language arts and literature
Topic: Context Clues
 
Description: • The teacher will explain rules of a treasure hunt game the class will play. Students must look for clues which would’ve been strategically place within various parts of the classroom, upon locating a clue, students will either move unto another clue or find the item.
• Teacher will flash ten (10) basic sight words on card for students to orally identify. After they have been identified, teacher will then show students the words again, this time in a random order and ask students to create a sentence using the given word.
• Teacher will then explain to students that they were able to create sentences because they knew the words before but now they were going to be given sentences with underlined unfamiliar words and they would need to look for clues within the sentence (like how they did in the treasure hunt) to determine the meaning of the unknown words.
• Teacher will write ten sentences on the board along with three definition options, students must copy the sentences and circle the correct option.

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