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  1. Classroom Items • Directions • Take out a piece of paper. • Head your paper (write your name, date) • Number one to twenty (1-20)

  2. Bell Ringer 2. This is the heading. Name Date Directions • Take out a piece of paper. • Head your paper (write your name, date) • Number one to twenty (1-20) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 1. Holes are on the left side Does your paper look like this? Free Template from www.brainybetty.com

  3. Bell Ringer Name Date • Write as many classroom items as you can in two minutes. • If you get to number twenty, raise your hand. • Let’s do one together. • I see a desk • So I write next to number one, the word desk. • Does everyone understand the directions? • What will you write down? • How many minutes do you have? • How many words do you write on one line? • What do you do if you get to number 20? • Can you work with a partner or should you work silently? * • Are you ready to begin? • On your mark, get set, go. 1. Desk 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. The green box in this picture is a desk. http://www.online-stopwatch.com/

  4. Bell Ringer This is the back of the paper. A W B X C Y D Z E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V Turn your paper over. Write the Alphabet. Let’s review our answers. Who wrote down a classroom item that begins with the letter A? *

  5. Classroom Items Activity Directions • Each group will be given a collection of words. • You must create a large visual on the chart paper with pictures and labels for each of the words in your group. • You must use all the words. • Everyone must work together. • If you do not know the word, use the dictionary to look it up. • In ten minutes each group will have to present their poster to the class. Questions? What do you have to do? Who will participate? Does everyone have to contribute? Who will present? How much time will we have? http://www.online-stopwatch.com/

  6. Presentation Time How can you be a good audience member? I can be a good audience member by __________________. Example: I can be a good audience member by maintaining eye contact with the speaker. I can be a good audience member by listening closely to what they are saying. You try it: I can be a good audience member by ______(verb with ing) ____________. • Precise Vocabulary List • Listening intently • Paying attention • Focusing my attention on the speaker • Keeping quiet • Asking questions • Not disturbing others • Taking notes on what is being said

  7. Presentation Time How can you be an effective presenter? I can be an effective presenter by __________________. Example: I can be an effective presenter by speaking loudly. I can be an effective presenter by maintaining eye contact with my audience. You try it: I can be an effective presenter by ______(verb with ing) ____________. • Precise Vocabulary List • Speaking loudly • Not covering my mouth • Choosing my words wisely • Projecting my voice • Standing up straight • Maintaining eye contact with my audience • Not talking too fast or too slow

  8. Each group should present their classroom blueprint and labels. Presentation Time

  9. Classroom Items Day 2

  10. Bell Ringer 2. This is the heading. Name Date Directions • Take out a piece of paper. • Head your paper (write your name, date) • Number one to twenty (1-20) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 1. Holes are on the left side Does your paper look like this? Free Template from www.brainybetty.com

  11. Bell Ringer Name Date • Look at the posters from yesterday. • Write as many classroom items as you can in two minutes. • If you get to number twenty, raise your hand. • Does everyone understand the directions? • What will you write down? • How many minutes do you have? • How many words do you write on one line? • What do you do if you get to number 20? • Can you work with a partner or should you work silently? * • Are you ready to begin? • On your mark, get set, go. 1. Desk 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. The green box in this picture is a desk. http://www.online-stopwatch.com/

  12. Bell Ringer This is the back of the paper. Turn your paper over. On the back of your paper, you will copy group of words that your teacher will give you. Each person must copy the group of words. *Teacher will pass out words. • Does everyone understand the directions? • What will you write down? • Who needs to write the words? • Can you work with a partner or should you work silently? * • Are you ready to begin?

  13. Classroom Items Activity Directions • Each group will be given a collection of words. • Cut the words into strips. • Place a piece of tape on the back of each word. • Distribute the words in your group so that each group member has at least one word • You have two minutes to complete this task. Questions? What do you have to do? Who will participate? Where do we get scissors and tape? How much time will we have? http://www.online-stopwatch.com/

  14. Classroom Items Activity Directions • Each group will present their words. • Label groups A,B,C,D • One by one each person will introduce their word to the class. • After presenting the word, they will stand up and attach the word to the item in the classroom. • Everyone will participate. Questions? What do you have to do? How will be know whose turn it is? http://www.online-stopwatch.com/

  15. Presentation Time How can you be a good audience member? I can be a good audience member by __________________. Example: I can be a good audience member by maintaining eye contact with the speaker. I can be a good audience member by listening closely to what they are saying. You try it: I can be a good audience member by ______(verb with ing) ____________. • Precise Vocabulary List • Listening intently • Paying attention • Focusing my attention on the speaker • Keeping quiet • Asking questions • Not disturbing others • Taking notes on what is being said

  16. Presentation Time How can you be an effective presenter? I can be an effective presenter by __________________. Example: I can be an effective presenter by speaking loudly. I can be an effective presenter by maintaining eye contact with my audience. You try it: I can be an effective presenter by ______(verb with ing) ____________. • Precise Vocabulary List • Speaking loudly • Not covering my mouth • Choosing my words wisely • Projecting my voice • Standing up straight • Maintaining eye contact with my audience • Not talking too fast or too slow

  17. Each group will post their words around the room. As they present the word, all students should repeat the vocabulary word. (presenter) This is a ____________. (all) This is a _________. Presentation Time

  18. Classroom Items Day 3

  19. Bell Ringer 2. This is the heading. Name Date Directions • Take out a piece of paper. • Head your paper (write your name, date) • Number one to twenty (1-20) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 1. Holes are on the left side Does your paper look like this? Free Template from www.brainybetty.com

  20. Bell Ringer Name Date • Write as many classroom items as you can in two minutes. • If you get to number twenty, raise your hand. • Let’s do one together. • I see a desk • So I write next to number one, the word desk. • Does everyone understand the directions? • What will you write down? • How many minutes do you have? • How many words do you write on one line? • What do you do if you get to number 20? • Can you work with a partner or should you work silently? * • Are you ready to begin? • On your mark, get set, go. 1. Desk 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. The green box in this picture is a desk. http://www.online-stopwatch.com/

  21. Bell Ringer This is the back of the paper. Turn your paper over. On the back of your paper, write ten classroom items. • Does everyone understand the directions? • What will you write down? • Who needs to write the words? • Can you work with a partner or should you work silently? * • Are you ready to begin?

  22. Bell Ringer This is the back of the paper. Turn your paper over. Next to each item, write a question describing the item. (Think Jeopardy) For example: (clock) Which classroom item has the numbers one to twelve on its face and is used to tell time? Your turn: Write the entire question! Which classroom item ___________? . • Precise Vocabulary List • Can be used to ... • Functions as a … • Has a … • Can be found … • Is… • Looks like … • Resembles a …

  23. Presentation Time How can you be a good audience member? I can be a good audience member by __________________. Example: I can be a good audience member by maintaining eye contact with the speaker. I can be a good audience member by listening closely to what they are saying. You try it: I can be a good audience member by ______(verb with ing) ____________. • Precise Vocabulary List • Listening intently • Paying attention • Focusing my attention on the speaker • Keeping quiet • Asking questions • Not disturbing others • Taking notes on what is being said

  24. Presentation Time How can you be an effective presenter? I can be an effective presenter by __________________. Example: I can be an effective presenter by speaking loudly. I can be an effective presenter by maintaining eye contact with my audience. You try it: I can be an effective presenter by ______(verb with ing) ____________. • Precise Vocabulary List • Speaking loudly • Not covering my mouth • Choosing my words wisely • Projecting my voice • Standing up straight • Maintaining eye contact with my audience • Not talking too fast or too slow

  25. Everyone choose one question to present to the class. Make sure the audience knows to raise their hand to answer the question. Presentation Time