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Transcript of Technology...
List of Resources:
List of materials needed for the day
Reminder of what was turned in the previous day
Reminder of upcoming assignments
Helps Keep the Pulse
Gardner's 8 Intelligences
Touch on as many intelligences as possible= breaks up the hour and keeps kids engaged.
"I have seen the
that you utilize and think that what you could share would be of great value. From what I have
vicariously through my daughter, you run a
rigorous and diverse class
... I like what you do, and I think that it enhances your curriculum instead of distracting from it...
I think that what you have to share would be valuable to many at every level. "
Before Class Starts:
*TEAMWORK: Students have 1:00 after bell rings to gather materials OR class punishment.
aka Bell Ringers
Bell ringers provide students the opportunity to get settled in to the class and mentally prepare to receive new instruction.
Put students at ease with familiar music as they're walking in to class.
Materials List (projector)
Agenda (white board)
Objectives (chalk board)
New Resources out (entry table)
*Partners Drawn (Hat app.)
A Typical Day...
Port Huron High
Soccer & Basketball
*If I have time to do that, I won't start the day like this:
Score and Rank each hour
Celebrate standings :)
"Positive Peer Pressure": Students set goals; everyone is engaged.
1. Read & Answer
WITHOUT TALKING, students read the question and write their answer on the Daily Dilemma Answer Sheet.
"Answer down, Head down": Students place the correct letter of their answer card facedown on the desk before putting their head down to show completion.
Without looking up, students show their own answers by holding up their answer cards.
3. Gather Info.
Going row by row, state the number of students who correctly answered the question.
Students trade answer sheets: circle if correct, X if incorrect.
Have a student "justify" their answer. (HAT)
[Intrapersonal; Interpersonal; Verbal; Visual]
4. Show Feedback
Create questions one week at a time; adjust questions as needed to reiterate a concept.
Try to create questions using information with which students can connect (cross-curricular concepts, class novels, popular novels/t.v.shows, movies, etc.)
English Resource--published sentences:
Use DD questions to review for exams.
This prezi, along with a list of resource links, can be found at my website:
1. Free =)
2. Accessible anywhere with internet
3. Store resources & add to presentations each year
4. Easy to use & share (
+ import Pp!)
Set up your account today!
1st: https://prezi.com/ & click "GET STARTED"
2. FREE ACCOUNT: To the right of the screen, click "CONTINUE FOR FREE"
3. Fill in; Click "Create your free Public account"
#4: The Hat!
1. Free (Administation approval to dl)
2. Randomly selects students (single, pair, groups of 3+)
3. Fun visuals and sound effects; engages students
HOW TO USE
#5: Online Stop-watch
Time Limit Visual: http://www.online-stopwatch.com/
Diverse tasks of varying learning styles
[intrapersonal; interpersonal; kinestetic; linguistic; visual
Click the link below for creative timers!
TIMING IS EVERYTHING
Intrapersonal & Interpersonal
"First Day" Getting to Know You
As students enter my room....
Class Website: Weebly
*Check the page
*Ask 3, then me
Great for Absent Students
Set up account
2. View 1st Day Prezi;
begin creating your own.
Visit my class page:
Intrapersonal: No Lyrics