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Promoting Self-Esteem Through Positive Interaction
Use a strong student/teacher relationship to foster a trusting environment.
Promoting Inquiry Throught Computer-Based Labs
Student Teachers are given the opportunity to examine how to use a computer-based laboratory for inquiry. The practice is done to teach future teachers how to use these tools so they can be ready for use in the classroom environment.
Starting the School Year off with a Bang!
Students identify questions they should ask of their principal or of other faculty before the school year begins. They communciate their ideas for how to start a new school year off on the right foot based on their experiences as a student teacher. They consider the pros and cons of others' ideas for getting a good start on a new school year.
Learning to Teach: Dos and Don’ts
Walking the tightrope of etiquette involved with student teaching…in front of thirty kids.
Young scholars explore education requirements for different professions, and define the skills and knowledge that adults use in their everyday lives. They define and describe what students, teachers and parents expect from formal schooling.
Esperanza Rising - Anticipation Guide
Learn about Mexican culture while simultaneously strengthening reading, writing and computer skills. In order to get the most out of Esperanza Rising, pupils should have prior knowledge of Mexican culture. Therefore, there are links to a website included, and an anticipation guide designed to prepare your class. Once these are complete, your class will be ready for a thorough novel study!
Student teachers increase awareness about what makes a plan effective when brought to life. They practice critically examining written plans for strengths and weaknesses. They also practice predicting difficult parts of a plan in advance.
Student Teaching Fears
Students recognize/verbalize fears/anxieties facing beginninng student teaching. They develop strategies to alleviate these fears and raise their level of confidence prior to the student teaching experience.
Using a Questionnaire as a Tool for Management
Students survey other students, teachers, and administrators, using a provided questionnaire, to see what environmental problems the school may have. Students then compile the results, post the results, and decide what the biggest conservation concern in their school is.
Applying Music to Literature
Kids explore music, history, culture, and literature in a multi-faceted lesson plan. They discuss how both historical and cultural contexts shape music, art, and literature, and then apply these concepts as they engage in a listening activity. They hear the story Drummer Hoff and listen to a related piece of music. When they hear the character they have been assigned, they beat a unique rhythm on an Orff instrument.
Mystery Writing: Who Wrote It?
Young scholars identify the elements of a mystery, and brainstorm ways to develop mystery stories of their own. They watch a segment from an "Arthur" cartoon and discuss what makes it intriguing. They read a mystery and play a game using clues online.
Immersion: Basic greetings
Hola, buenos dias! One method of language teaching requires the teacher to create an immersion classroom, meaning that no English is spoken. This plan shows how a teacher would go about modeling phrases to teach greetings and appropriate openings. By the end of the period, your learners should be able to greet one another, introduce themselves, and ask how others are doing.
A Mural Gift
Students evaluate visual arts by creating a mural on their school grounds. In this art analysis lesson, students research Keith Haring's artwork while utilizing the web. Students read the book I Wish I Didn't Have to Sleep and create a mural on campus similar to Haring's style.
Box It Up
High schoolers use a six-step problem solving method to design a box/container. They are given the criteria for evaluation when presented with the problem. Students keep a notebook on processes, procedures, material, cost, design, machines, safety, and other information related to the activity. Student work is displayed throughout the building for viewing by high schoolers, teachers, and administrators.
The Bill of Rights
Fifth graders create a HyperStudio stack on an assigned amendment from the U.S. Bill of Rights. They read and discuss articles about the Bill of Rights, conduct research and complete a graphic organizer, and in small groups develop a HyperStudio stack to present to the class.
Super Science By Any Means Necessary!
The animated S2 Unit will use the adventures of a Super Hero and her sidekick to teach basic science and math concepts. Educators can use comic books, Saturday Morning Cartoons and the adventures of Super Heroes to teach a nine-week science and math unit. This unit will cover Metric Measurement.
Two-Digit Subtraction With and Without Regrouping
Second graders subtract two-digit numbers. In this mathematics lesson, 2nd graders subtract both with and without regrouping. Students use manipulatives and place value mats to assist in problem solving.
Learners examine the relationship between animal adaptations, habitats and community interactions. In this ecology lesson plan students complete a skull detective worksheet then use their knowledge to analyze a skull.
Principles involved in the Physics of a Pivotal Plate
Eleventh graders investigate the reflective property and E-fields using mirrors. In this physics lesson, 11th graders investigate pivotal axel, parabola and used DLP technology to show the principles of Kinetic energy.
Holes, by Louis Sachar
Students use reading fluency, comprehension, vocabulary, written expression to write in journals as reading "Holes" by Louis Sachar. Some days are set aside for tests and/or food tasting.