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Monday, January 31

  1. page Student Centered Lesson onLiving and Non-Living Things edited {Isaac Clark's Final Project.wps} Isaac Clark 01/24/2011
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  2. page Student Centered Lesson onLiving and Non-Living Things edited ... Instructor: Nancy Fitzgerald Objectives: Students will learn to differentiate between living …
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    Instructor: Nancy Fitzgerald
    Objectives: Students will learn to differentiate between living things, non-living things and once living things by using a KWL chart and T-Chart, A Web, and a Venn Diagram.
    Probelm: How can we organize the data that we collect?
    All three groups will have the same objective. The three groups will use different types of graphic organizers to organize the data they collect.
    I will break my class up into 3 flexible groups of learners based on academic abilities. The three groups are the Strega Nona Group, The Hungry Caterpillar Group, and the Big Anthony Group.
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    of instruction. This Group is below grade level.
    The Hungry
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    of learning. This group is on or near grade level.
    The Big
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    auditory instruction. This group is signifigantly above grade level.
    Instructional strategies:
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    any questions. All three groups have the same objective , to learn the difference between Living and Nonliving things. The Big ANthong group will also incorporate Once living things into their lesson and data sorting activity.
    Motivation:
    -I will read the book Living and Nonliving by Carol K. Lindeen as a motivator. We will use a KWL chart as a follow up activity to the book.
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    Lesson:
    Student activities Before Computer Use:
    -I will start the lesson by introducing the three terms: Living , Non-Living , and Once Living.
    -The students will work together demonstrating their prior knowledge by completing a KWL chart. Informing me of what they know, Want to know, and we will return at the end of the lesson to complete the Learned portion of the KWL chart.
    -After the class has completed the Know and Want to Know sections of the KWL Chart, I will break the class into groups of 4-5 students. Each group will have a Recorder, Collector (holds the Bag), and a Speaker(The student who will share the groups findings).
    -The class will then be give a gloves, a journal, and a pencil, and the instructions for the Living and Non-Living Exploration.
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    Living things outside and recording
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    groups to collectorganize their data. The
    During Computer Activity:
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    three groups
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    living things.
    -The students

    -Each group
    will returnthen gop to their table groups where theyassigned web page wich will sortbe listed under the data into living and nonliving things. I will go from group to group passing out the graphic organizers and answering any questions.favorites tab.
    The Strega Nona Group- Will use a Venn Diagram to sort their data into three groups (Living, Non-Living, and Once Living). “I want you to return to the computer as a group and find 5 things that would belong in the center of the Venn Diagram under Once Living.
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    use a T-Chartweb to sort theirorganize the data they collected.
    The Big Anthony Group
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    Group-Will complete a Living
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    Computer Station.
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    After the Group hasGroups have completed the
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    After Computer Use Activity:
    -When all of the groups had finished their T-Charts the class would gather as a whole to display and explain their completed T-Charts, Venn Diagrams, and Webs.
    -After the class has presented their graphic organizers we will have a class discussion.
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    -Ask the students if they have any questions.
    -The class will finish the discussion by completing the Learned (L) portion of the KWL chart and revisit (W) what we wanted to learn portion of the chart.
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    obtain data, sort the data using online graphic organizers, to play a
    Materials
    -Gloves
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Thursday, January 27

  1. page Graphic Organizer Lesson edited ... Resources Tomie diPaola (2001). Big Anthony. New York, Penguin Group. ... Element Map(2011…
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    Resources
    Tomie diPaola (2001). Big Anthony. New York, Penguin Group.
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    Element Map(2011). http://www.cheney268.com/Retrieved from
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  2. page Graphic Organizer Lesson edited ... -Story Element Map {Story_Elements_Graphic_Organizer.jpg} Resources Tomie diPaola (2001). …
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    -Story Element Map {Story_Elements_Graphic_Organizer.jpg}
    Resources
    Tomie diPaola (2001). Big Anthony. New York, Penguin Group.
    Story Element Map(2011). http://www.cheney268.com/ learning/organizers/StoryMap. htm

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  3. page Graphic Organizer Lesson edited ... Example of Student Work: -Story Element Map {Story_Elements_Graphic_Organizer.jpg} Resourc…
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    Example of Student Work:
    -Story Element Map {Story_Elements_Graphic_Organizer.jpg}
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  4. page Graphic Organizer Lesson edited ... Integrating Technology into the Classroom Instructor: Nancy Fitzgerald ... a Story Elemen…
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    Integrating Technology into the Classroom
    Instructor: Nancy Fitzgerald
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    a Story ElementsElement Map.
    Instructional strategies:
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    any questions.
    -I will assess prior knowledge of the skills by having a quick discussion.

    Motivation:
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    the story.
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    -We will start by singing the Story Elements Rap.
    The CHARACTERS are the PEOPLE in the story.
    The SETTING is where the story takes PLACE.
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    is what’s wrongWRONG in the
    The SOLUTION is how the problem is SOLVED.
    -After we sing the rap we will identify the different elements of the story “Big Anthony”
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  5. page Graphic Organizer Lesson edited ... Assessments -Teacher Observation and Discussion -Story Example of Student Work: -Story E…
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    Assessments
    -Teacher Observation and Discussion
    -StoryExample of Student Work:
    -Story
    Element Map {Story_Elements_Graphic_Organizer.jpg}
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  6. page Graphic Organizer Lesson edited Isaac Clark 01/24/2011 ... -After every group has completed their graphic organizers the Tab…

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    -After every group has completed their graphic organizers the Table Captains will pick 2 popsicle Name sticks from the tables can. The 2 students who had names drawn from the can will be the 2 presenters for the group. One students will present the book and give a quick summary and the second student will present the groups graphic organizer.
    -The class will have a few minutes after each group has finished their presentation to ask questions.
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    be used demonstrate how to obtain data, playuseof a follow up T-Chart sorting Game, and displaying the KWL Chart on the Smartboard.Story Element Map.
    Materials
    -Smartboard
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