Lessons in Elementary
This is a culminating project for their unit on food webs and food chains. Their presentations will be graded using a student created rubric. Each presentation needs to use key vocabulary: producer, consumer, decomposer, predator, prey, herbivore, omnivore, carnivore, and energy.
The lesson will cover finding pictures to represent vocabulary words and coming up with explanation of word. Students will have to practice looking into the camera while speaking loud enough into camera to record definitions. Using pictures inserted behind students into the Green Screen is a motivating factor which then gets put together into an iMovie. These videos can then be shared as links for others to see.
Students use Classkick to watch and see how students are responding to their ELA course.
Students will be able to practice solving two-step equations and self-check their own work. Students will then be able to get help with problems they had difficulty with from other members of the class.
This lesson takes place after students are able to complete a pencil-paper job application and takes them through the steps to learn how to complete this process online.
Students showcase their understanding of what their classroom job entails by making an iMovie about the skills needed to do their job.
PowerPoint templates lend themselves perfectly as a vehicle for Cognitively Impaired students to use for the creation of a project presentation.
students read and research 6 regions of the United States. Utilizing maps and their notes, students will write a paragraph stating a positive opinion to visit that region.
The lesson will cover literary elements of character, setting, problem and resolution in a story.
Padlet provides a very easy way to document the reflections of learners, as well as be able to share the learning with others. In this lesson, students will reflect on their learning using Padlet.
Students will utilize Module 2 lesson 21 of the Eureka math program and Kahoot to review and reinforce subtraction concepts
The lesson will cover making a simple pictograph, inputting data and then manipulating the data in a problem of choice.