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Prompting and Cueing. NOTEBOOKS ACCEPTABLE or NOT?. THINGS TO REMEMBER. Must be specific to the child. Consistent with the needs of the individual student. Personal and not generic. Student initiated and not teacher initiated. No content information shall be included. . Animal Habitats.

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Prompting and Cueing

NOTEBOOKS

ACCEPTABLE or NOT?

10/24/2008 DRAFT


THINGS TO REMEMBER

  • Must be specific to the child.

  • Consistent with the needs of the individual student.

  • Personal and not generic.

  • Student initiated and not teacher initiated.

  • No content information shall be included.

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Animal Habitats

Water

Land

Habitats

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Addition and Multiplication

2+2=4

4*4=16

5+5=103+2=56+3=9

4+4=812+3=157+2=9

3*3=94*3=1216*1=16

5*2=102*1=24*1=4

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MULTIPLCATION TABLE

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BIOGRAPHY OF MOZART

Biography of Mozart

Biography of a genius who wrote his name in the history of music. Mozart was a musical maestro who had his own unique style of composing music and presenting to the world...

One of the most widely appreciated prominent musical maestro ever happened to live in the history, musical genius Mozart was born on 27 January 1756 in Salzburg, Austria to Leopold Mozart, a business-minded composer, violinist and an assistant concertmaster at the Salzburg court and Anna Maria Pertl. He was named Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Gottlieb Mozart in honor of his grandfather (maternal) and a Saint Johannes Chrysostomus with whom he shared his birth date. Being born and brought up in a family where music was in air, in life and in dreams of everyone, Mozart was naturally attracted towards music. From his childhood, Wolffanfus learned and developed immense interest in music. When he was just 5 years old, Mozart started composing small and beautiful melodious numbers. Looking at his children's musical talent, Mozart's father decided to use this opportunity to showcase the talent of his children (Wolfgangus and elder daughter Maria Anna "Nannerl") in front of the world. At the age of six (in mid 1763), Mozart and his elder sister performed in many concerts in European Courts (In Paris and London); they also gave performances at major cities where they met many music lovers. They also performed in front of the Bavarian elector, royal families and the Austrian empress. Wolfgangus and his sister played piano and violin and were more than successful to tie their audiences to the chairs. Soon, Wolfgangus wrote and published his first composition and when he was nine years old he started writing symphonies. Demand for his music show started increasing so much that only nine months after coming back from his tour in 1766, the Mozart family again set for yet another tour of Vienna. However, due to some problems Mozart could not perform in an opera in Vienna.

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4 Column Method Chart

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MINI POSTERS

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STEP ONE

STEP TWO

STEP THREE

STEP FOUR

STEP FIVE

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DEFINITIONS and EXAMPLES

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DEFINITIONS and EXAMPLES

Associative Property-

A property of real numbers that state that the sum or products of a set of numbers are the same. It does not matter how the numbers are grouped.

A*(B*C) = (A*B)*C2*( 3*2) = (2*3)*2

3*(2*1) = (3*2)*14*(5*3) = (4*5)*3

Commutative Property-

A property of addition or multiplication in which the sum or product stays the same when the orders of the addends or factors change.

A+B=B+A2+1 = 1+2

2+3=3+25+4 = 4+5

Distributive Property-

A property which establishes a relationship between multiplication and addition such that multiplication distributes across the addition.

A (B+C) = AB + AC3(2+1) = 3(2) + 3(1)

4(20+7) = (4*20) + (4*7)5 (2+3) = 5(2) + 5(3)

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KWL CHART

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WATER CYCLE

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FOOD CHAIN(just one path of energy)

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