Category Archives: L3: Family/neighborhood centered

PowerPoint presentation about the WIAT assessment

Including an introduction, administration & scoring, format, examiner, norms, reliability & validity, and sub-test information: WIAT presentation Advertisements

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Lesson Plan – visualizing to understand what is being read

2.1.6. Apply comprehension monitoring strategies before, during, and after reading: monitor for meaning, create mental images, and generate and answer questions in grade level informational/expository text and/or literary/narrative text:Reading_whale-lesson

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Classroom Introduction Newsletter – Storybook Format

This was an a mock-up I created for sending to parents for an initial introduction to my classroom: Classroom Introduction Newsletter

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Lesson Plan – Finding the area of a triangle: 5th grade

Problem solving for Grade Level 5 Expectations: 5.6.B Identify information that is given in a problem and decide whether it is essential or extraneous to the solution of the problem. 5.6.D Determine whether a problem to be solved is similar … Continue reading

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Number lines lesson plan

WRITTEN LESSON PLAN Teacher Candidate – James Becker  School – North Hill Elementary Mentor Teacher – Cathy Reinsel-Torres Grade/Subject – 1st Grade Math Performance Expectations – SPED K-3rd       Lesson Title – Number Lines for Addition and Subtraction        Date – 14 … Continue reading

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Reading lesson plan

James Becker Rules, by Cynthia Lord ATOS Book Level: 3.9 4th Grade EALR and GLE standards: EALR 1: The student understands and uses different skills and strategies to read. Component 1.1: Use word recognition skills and strategies to read and … Continue reading

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Taking religion seriously across the curriculum

“That is, it makes sense constitutionally to talk about religion apart from God” -Court Justice Tom Clark The place of religion in public schools is, like most hotly debated topics, a very important subject. While I started the week’s readings … Continue reading

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