Lesson Details. Date: February 14 and 15, 2013 Class: Zysk Periods: All Accommodations Bloom’s Taxonomy: Analysis. n/a. Key to Accomodations. I can take notes and write a seven-paragraph essay on five aspects of Mexican culture. n/a. Standards :
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Date: February 14 and 15, 2013
Bloom’s Taxonomy: Analysis
I can take notes and write a seven-paragraph essay on five aspects of Mexican culture.
1.1.4 Find, evaluate, and select appropriate sources to answer questions.
2.d Quote or paraphrase ideas from sources.
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Has pen and paper ready for notetaking within 30 seconds
Chooses a seat within 30 seconds
Maintains eye contact with the instructor at all times
Refrains from side conversations
Avoids loud talking, laughter, and other noises at all times
Refrains from using personal items such as phones, musical devices, combs, and food
Remains continuously seated all period
Raises hand to request help; does not call out
Respects the dignity of others.
Is able to state the day’s learning target
Can verbalize what information must be gathered
Can verbalize search strategies and specific resources which will provide relevant information
Skims resources and takes notes without plagiarizing
Completes the learning target with help from others.
Cites work using this format and punctuation:
Title of Web Page. 20 November 2012.
<complete web address>
Uses both prior knowledge and new learning to draw conclusions.
Draws conclusions and connects what is learned to himself/herself
Draws conclusions and connects what is learned to the rest of the world.
Shares conclusions with an audience of peers
Completes the learning target independently.
Uses correct spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
Writes or speaks in complete sentences.
Takes more than 30 seconds to find a seat
Takes more than 30 seconds to get out pen and paper
Maintains eye contact with other students
Has side conversations
Engages in loud talking, laughter, and other noises
Uses personal items such as phones, musical devices, combs, and food
Out of seat; wandering; visiting others
Calls out instead of rasing hand
Bullies others verbally or physically
Variety of media/reading levels
Title of Web page. Date in military format. <http://www.webaddress.com>
Mexican Culture. 14 February 2013. <http://library.thinkquest.org/04oct/00633/index.htm>
*Topic choices are as follows—choose any five.
Celebrations, holidays, food, drinks, candy, clothing, folk and fine arts, homes and architecture, music, sports, religion. Clear your choices with Mr. Zysk before starting, so that everyone is not doing the same thing.
Get started on your project. The instructors will be available for the next ten minutes to offer assistance and answer questions. Asking questions will nogt be counted against you.
When the ten minutes are up, you are expected to work independently. At this point, you may still ask for assistance, but asking for assistance will take points from your final grade today.
The ten minutes are up, you are now expected to work independently. At this point, you may still ask for assistance, but asking for assistance will take points from your final grade today.
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