This handout has one column for the Navajo Indian's culture and one column for the students' culture. It also has three boxes under each column for them to fill in their facts. For example, if their topic is food, they would research three types of food the Navajo ate on one side and on the other side, three foods that they eat. As the students work, I circulate the classroom to make sure that the groups are working together and understand the assignment. I check for understanding and try to engage my ELL students to actively participate in the lesson.
She greeted each of them and then gathered them into a huddle to discuss camp rules. She began by warning that while taking their canoeing lessons, they should be very careful not to fall out of the canoe, because where they will be practicing learning, there are many sharp rocks and other potentially dangerous sharp objects in the water that may not be seen by the naked eye. Bobby listened, kind of, but he was very distracted by all the fun activities awaiting him, and by chatting with the other children who were just as excited. During their first couple of days at camp, Bobby and his new found friends were having a marvelous time in the beautiful sunny weather, hiking, playing ball, and just playing all over camp. He had been so busy having fun he completely forgot to apply the sunscreen his mother had packed for him in his bag.
The unit also gives the students the opportunity to participate in frequent reflection times and discussions of the movements used to solve problems or explore different ways to move within structured tasks. This is so that all students can develop their movement knowledge and understanding further. As Wall & Murray (1990, p. 345) state,
MESA DAY CONTEST RULES 2012 - 2013 Model Science – The Human Eye LEVEL: Middle School - Grades 6, 7 and 8 TYPE OF CONTEST: Individual / Team COMPOSITION OF TEAMS: 1 – 2 students per team NUMBER OF TEAMS: 3 teams per Center SPONSOR: Ben Louie, Associate Director, USC MSP Center OVERVIEW: Students will construct an original display and model of a bisected human eye and will answer questions drawn from an assigned list using reading material provided in the MESA Day curriculum. MATERIALS: The following materials will be provided by the students: “items that are not perishable” with which to build the original model RULES: 1. The display/model must be the original work of student(s). Judges may
Pre-AP Biology Summer Work General Instructions Or “What do I do with all the stuff in this packet?” Welcome to Pre-AP biology. I hope you are ready for a fun-filled, exciting year. I have put together a packet of information and assignments that will get you started on your road to biological success. One of the first things you will need to do is become familiar with my website. The Laboratory Equipment page should be colored and studied.
Her story is one of determination and perseverance. Roger Arliner Young grew up in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. In 1916, she entered Howard University. In 1921, she took her first science course, under Ernest Everett Just, a prominent black biologist and head of the zoology department at Howard. Although her grades were poor, Just saw some promise and started mentoring Young.
This means that they ask the class and as students put their hands up; they take ideas and record them on the board. Meanwhile, all the other students record the quotes and interpretations in their own books. 6) Do the same for all the quotes/statements. At the end of the lesson, pupils should have two ‘thought showers’ and should be familiar with images of darkness and light in Of Mice and Men. 7) In the plenary session, or even through an essay, they should consolidate all that they have learned on this.
Involving young people in planning and reflecting on their own learning through assessment, evaluation and personal learning planning is essential and this is the responsibility of all practitioners regardless of the learning setting. Universal support will help young people to identify and plan opportunities for achievement through activities covering a full range of contexts and settings, whilst meeting individual needs and providing effective learning activities that address barriers across the curriculum in every context and setting. Additional Support Some young people will benefit from additional or targeted support, tailored to their individual circumstances. This could be at any point of their learning journey or, for some, throughout the journey. 1.2 explain the role of practitioners in providing impartial information and advice to children and young people 1 Young people are informed about how information, advice and guidance services can help them and how to access the services they need.
Students participate regularly contributing ideas to class discussions that demonstrate careful reading of assigned texts and articles, attention to audio or video tapes or other media assigned, and engagements in interviews, observations, or any other in-class or out-of-class activities assigned. 4. Format - Where applicable, citations and references are used correctly and consistently, with clear efforts made to include a
They include challenging classes, personal attention for all students, extra help for those who need it, bringing the real world to the classroom, family and community involvement, a safe learning environment, skilled teachers, strong leaders, necessary resources, and user-friendly information. These elements will determine the success of each individual student and create a learning environment made to fit their