Saturday, March 15, 2014

Next Week's Lesson Plans 3/15/14

Ooh, color coded for the visual learner type teacher.

This link will help you develop plans for current events.

Women's History Month: Six Lesson Plan Resources for Teachers 

I like Our Lady of Guadalupe in the middle.

This link is good to bring depth to your lesson plans:

Why It’s Imperative to Teach Students How to Question as the Ultimate Survival Skill 

Lesson Plans and Resources for Math Test Prep.

My personal opinion after preparing students for the CAHSEE (California High School Exit Exam)--statistics seems neglected in test prep and there are always lots of questions in that discipline. Plus, as Not-really-a-math person (you can tell I love liberal arts), I can say that if there is an area of math I truly appreciate, it is statistics--not just analyzing data for teaching, but in examining our lives and our most interesting world. So there, I gave our math friends a sincere high five for improving our quality of life!

Using and Handling Data

Statistics, Data Management, Probability 

These links will help you schedule less boring test prep from our comrades at the Teaching Channel.

Keeping the Rigor while Making Math Fun

Grades 6-8 / Math / Games 

Math Team Challenge

Grades 6-12 / Math / Fun Competition 
Using Personal Anecdotes to Improve Writing Skills
Grade 8 / ELA / Writing
Kick Me: Making Vocabulary Interactive
Grade 7 / ELA / Writing
CCSS: ELA.L.7.5b 
Okay, it is time--time to get organized using technology. You can't avoid it any longer--and it is an effective way to communicate.
25 Teaching Tools For The Digital Classroom




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