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Language Experience

Language Experience

Language Experience Language Experience can be for: Whole classroom Small groups Individual students With another reading program Can be the central reading program Language Experience advocate R. Van Allen What I can think about, I can say. What I can say, I can write.

By Faraday
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Recipe Basics

Recipe Basics

Recipe Basics Whitehall School District FCS Department Mrs. Stendahl Objectives List the kinds of information in a good recipe Give guidelines for evaluation and collecting recipes Terminology Yield-the number of servings or amount a recipe makes Recipes

By Jeffrey
(206 views)

Color Theory

Color Theory

Color Theory. 7 th Grade Art Julie Whited. Introduction. Color theory is a body of practical guidance to color mixing and the visual impact of specific color combinations

By Jeffrey
(546 views)

chomp!

chomp!

This presentation is brought to you by Grammar Bytes! , © 2011 by Robin L. Simmons. chomp!. chomp!. Subject-Verb Agreement. Do I need an s at the end of the verb?. Or should I leave the s off?. This presentation covers maintaining agreement between subjects and verbs .

By richard_edik
(512 views)

What Word Am I?

What Word Am I?

What Word Am I?. An Inferencing Game. Directions. One student will be chosen as “the guesser.” They will sit under the projector screen. The teacher will flash one word on the screen.

By ivanbritt
(194 views)

“I Don’t Need Your Help!” Fifth Graders, Vygotsky, & Peer Editing

“I Don’t Need Your Help!” Fifth Graders, Vygotsky, & Peer Editing

“I Don’t Need Your Help!” Fifth Graders, Vygotsky, & Peer Editing. Mary Christianakis, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Occidental College. In this presentation, I…. Introduce my research question and methods. Discuss Vygotsky’s Theory Introduce the social dynamics of the classroom I studied.

By jana
(189 views)

Existentialism Quiz

Existentialism Quiz

Existentialism Quiz. Directions. Be sure to restate the question as part of your answer. Since some questions have more than one part, make sure you answer what is asked or only partial credit will be received. You must write in complete sentences. Questions 1-3 (of 10).

By niveditha
(359 views)

CH 4: Applying the Contiguity Principle

CH 4: Applying the Contiguity Principle

CH 4: Applying the Contiguity Principle. When combining words and graphics together in an instructional material, it is important to place the printed words near corresponding graphics. 4 Common Violations of Contiguity Principle:.

By Jims
(325 views)

What Word Am I?

What Word Am I?

What Word Am I?. An Inferencing Game. Directions. One student will be chosen as “the guesser.” They will sit under the projector screen. The teacher will flash one word on the screen.

By emily
(173 views)

Simplifying Fractions

Simplifying Fractions

Simplifying Fractions. Beat the Computer Drill. Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004. Directions. A slide will appear with a fraction to simplify. Say the simplified fraction aloud before the computer can answer (6 sec). Beat the computer!

By arleen
(128 views)

Run On Sentences

Run On Sentences

Run On Sentences. Bellwork. Monday, September 11. Directions: Copy down these frequent run on problems and their solutions: 1. Two main clauses only separated by a comma. Solution: Add a conjunction.

By daniel_millan
(386 views)

Origami

Origami

Origami. Jeanine Meyer Mathematics/Computer Science & New Media. Origami. Paper folding associated mostly with Japan (origami means paper folding in Japanese) but concurrent invention in different parts of the world China Spain hobby, craft, art form mathematical aspects

By niveditha
(293 views)

Birthday Basket for Tia Vocabulary Review Activity

Birthday Basket for Tia Vocabulary Review Activity

Birthday Basket for Tia Vocabulary Review Activity. Directions:. One student stands with back to this presentation. The class gives the student clues to the vocabulary word onscreen as a clock keeps time. The student tries to guess the word before the buzzer. Ready to play?. present. is….

By Jims
(496 views)

Beat the Computer!

Beat the Computer!

Beat the Computer!. Measurement Facts. Directions. A slide will appear showing a measurement fact. Fill in the blank aloud before the computer can answer (2 sec). You will hear a sound when the slide changes. 1 foot = __ inches. 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

By oshin
(192 views)

MLA PowerPoint Bibliography and Note Cards

MLA PowerPoint Bibliography and Note Cards

MLA PowerPoint Bibliography and Note Cards. How to create electronic source cards and notecard. Instructions. This PowerPoint outlines the use of electronic note taking techniques you will use for your research project. Instructions.

By Antony
(1209 views)

Attacking an EAP Prompt!

Attacking an EAP Prompt!

Attacking an EAP Prompt!. What is the point of the EAP Prompt?. ~ Measures the student's reading skills. -can you understand the point that the author is ~Measures the students ability to respond or take a stand on the author’s opinion.

By JasminFlorian
(547 views)

The Six Contemporary Perspectives of Psychology Webquest

The Six Contemporary Perspectives of Psychology Webquest

The Six Contemporary Perspectives of Psychology Webquest. Psychology- Chapter 1 Mr. MacLaughlin. Introduction. Psychology uses one of six contemporary perspectives to explain human behavior.

By niveditha
(1547 views)

Bad Dog, Dodger! Vocabulary Review Activity

Bad Dog, Dodger! Vocabulary Review Activity

Bad Dog, Dodger! Vocabulary Review Activity. Directions:. One student stands with back to this presentation. The class gives the student clues to the vocabulary word onscreen as a clock keeps time. The student tries to guess the word before the buzzer. Ready to play?. practice. is…. The.

By liuz
(354 views)

Unit 2

Unit 2

Unit 2. For unit objectives see: Scope & Sequence. Water Cycle Song. Directions: Click the link below for music to go along with the song. Click back to the lyrics and have fun. To stop music just click on the link again and then back to return slide show.

By shadi
(273 views)

Characteristics of an Expressway

Characteristics of an Expressway

Characteristics of an Expressway. Brandon Dye Wednesday October 24, 2007. Topics Covered. Basic Characteristics Signs Signals Markings Speed Limits Interchanges. Basic Characteristics. Expressways are a more efficient way to move heavy amounts of traffic.

By avi
(459 views)

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