Transcript: (2.3) Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student adds and subtracts whole numbers to solve problems. The student is expected to: The student will be able to: Three Open-Ended Questions Once I have presented the lesson and asked questions. I will have students to work in groups of two and solve 3 additions, 3 subtractions and 3 subtractions to check addition problems. What numbers (place) do we subtract first? What is the “difference”? How frequently can we use addition and subtraction? Materials/Resources Needed I used Subtraction and Addition worksheets from http://www.homeschoolmath.net/ http://www.homeschoolmath.net/worksheets/ for practice and understanding. TEKS Standard Used I will verify understanding by walking around each student to monitor their performance. When students have completed the activity, I will recover the worksheets to check their work and verify the answers with them. Opening Hook Add and subtract tens. Subtract two-digit numbers with regrouping. Add two-digit numbers. Use subtraction to check addition. Explain how and why their methods of addition and subtraction work. Lesson Plan Template (C) Select addition or subtraction to solve problems using two-digit numbers, whether or not regrouping is necessary; Grouping Patterns Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers 2nd Grade Closure/Ending Summary Carla González To capture student’s attention, I will ask “How many students were absent, if only 18 of 22 are present today “ Then I will introduce how math can help to find some answers and play one by one the videos in order to gave them a general idea of the lesson. Mathematics During the Lesson... Students will get in groups of two for the activity assigned in class. The objective will be to have students working together and helping each other. Activities Independent practice/Assessment Objectives The “Adding two digit numbers” video will be used and the “Two digit subtraction with regrouping”. I will begin by playing the videos “Adding two digit numbers” and “Two digit subtraction with regrouping” to introduce the lesson. Then I will review a couple of previous exercises to refresh their skills by asking them to solve one basic addition and one subtraction. For example, 10 + 2 = 12 and 10 – 2 = 8. To continue I will explain the lesson and encourage students to participate in class also using subtraction and addition worksheets exercises to reinforce their understanding. During the Lesson... To summarize the lesson, I will ask the class for volunteers to solve one addition and one subtraction on the white board. I will be checking their methodologies and the level of understanding.
Transcript: scene#5 Independent Practice: Students write character's feelings about each scene, and explain why. Closure: Quick assessment, check for understanding by slap game. Heungbu and Nolbu by Jong scene#1 Objective/Focus: Students will know feeling expression words. Students will know character's feeling and express it. Age/Grade Level: 3th grade Topic: Reading. Intelligences: Verbal-Linguistic & Bodily-Kinesthetic Lesson Plan Template Warm Up with Engagement Strategy: Toss a doll -One student tells a feeling word and tosses a doll to another student in 3 seconds Another student tells another feeling word. Guided Practice: Tableau -Students are divided groups(one group is 4~5 students). And each group chooses one scene and acts a play. At that moment every member must have one character. When teacher say "Tableau", everyone stops a play and "pause" position. and teacher touches a one student, only that student replay performance. Direct Instruction: Read a story book(Heungbu and Nolbu) by realistic voice to fascinate the story. Using a Prezi, show picture to students. scene#2 scene#4 scene#3 Story
Transcript: As everyone is creating their scenes, the teacher will walk around the classroom asking lots of questions related to the vocabulary (What is he wearing? what do you wear in a party?), etc and helping students with any new word. A fashion parade: encourage children to bring clothes from home and dress up and organize a parade in the classroom. while children walk and show their clothes, some others describe what their classmates are wearing. Students will cut different pieces of clothing out of magazines.Then they will draw the outline of a person and label the clothes writing their names. (15 MINUTES) warm-up. Pre-planning. class: young learners. Date: June 24 Lesson objective: to learn new vocabulary related to clothes. Materials: photocopy material, glue, scissors, pencils, etc. catalogues or magazines (with lots of clothes pictures), a computer, a board with chalk / markers, Blue-Tak or something to stick flashcards on the board. Time: 1 hour. Additional activities. When the students finish the activities the teacher will show them a video related to clothes and will encourage them to sing and repeat. ( 10 minutes) Guessing clothes: this game consists on getting to ten points to win. take a piece of paper and draw a person whit a certain outfit then your partner will have to guess the items you drew, each prediction equals a point. To present the vocabulary for the first time, the teacher will stick a picture on the board and teach the different items then he says to the student it´s winter now. It is very cold what should I wear? then ask questions like this: is this t-shirt blue? what is red? etc. (time 10 minutes) Evaluation. Students will work with two photocopy activities in pairs or individually. (time 25 minutes) Practice. Albornoz Mauricio I hope you enjoy it... thank you!!! Lesson plan: clothes Application.
Transcript: Sbitany Company Marketing Plan Template Marketing Plan Template Sbitany Home Appliances Company Co. Company Summary Company Summary Company Introduction 1961 AD A leading company in the field of retail and wholesale of electrical home appliances It has developed to become the leading company in the field of importing and marketing electrical and electronic devices, commercial and residential air conditioning, mobile phones and information technology devices for the Palestinian market. Branches It has more than 500 employees, 30 retail branches and 250 merchants, Sbitany offers unparalleled coverage in the Palestinian market, and its services not only stop at the end of the shopping process, but also provide after-sales services to 100% of its customers, Nablus Jenin Ramallah Jerusalem Hebron Jericho About Company Company Akram Sbitany & Sons' network of branches extends across all governorates of the country (30 branches). One of the company’s plans and future vision is to expand and increase the number of branches to reach fifty branches by the end of 2022. He company adopts in its branches the modern system in terms of design, decoration, ways of displaying goods and devices Products Some Products Akram Sbitany & Sons owns exclusive selling and marketing rights for more than 50 international brands of the finest and best brands in the world, which occupies the first rating positions in the manufacture of electrical and household appliances, which is proud and proud of these modern agencies, and among the most important of these brands. JOB TITLE #1 All Apple products such as iPhone, iPad, Apple watch, iMac, MacBook and more: JOB TITLE #2 Samsung has many products, including Galaxy, Tab, smart screens, washing machines, refrigerators. JOB TITLE #3 LG is similar and similar to Samsung, and these are some of its products. Market Analysis Electronic devices come in second place in terms of expenditures for the Palestinian citizen, as the average expenditure on devices per capita is 250 dinars annually, distributed as follows: 37.5 dinars in the West Bank and 28.2 dinars in the Gaza Strip, according to the reports of the Central Statistics Authority in 2011. Market Analysis Due to the lack of a suitable analysis of the percentage of the use of electrical and electronic devices in Palestine, I will give an example of the use of devices globally Competition Regarding the competition that the national industry is exposed to from imported goods, the share of Palestinian electrical appliances in the local market is more than 40%, and the consumer is free to choose what suits him. Competition It is noteworthy that official data indicated that 99 percent of Palestinian homes are connected to the electricity network, 97.2 percent of Palestinian families own a refrigerator, 97.3 percent own a washing machine, 98.3 percent own a television set, and 39.6 percent own cooking gas. Customers Customers Most appliance consumers are likely to be accustomed to shopping at retail and low-priced stores rather than from traditional stores (ie. supermarkets). Practical devices are becoming more and more popular due to greater flexibility in the demand for corporate rules Customers are looking for devices that are mid-priced and designed to be used for the longest possible time, and devices are now seen as things that cannot be disposed of as well as investments Quality still matters, but design and specifications play an even more important role in purchasing Customers like to express their own taste. The most demanding customers carefully consider each purchase, in terms of its monetary value Entering the market with high quality original equipment. Joining a national retailer to distribute products nationwide. Providing all options of shapes, colors and sizes. Provide easy payment to sell as many devices as possible. Promotion Communications are made in and out of stores to create awareness of the point of sale. Trying to attract as many customers as possible. Strategic Marketing Objectives Place Products and tools are displayed in stores belonging to a retailer targeting a large segment of customers. They are offered at different prices and strategies to attract customers' attention. Advertising and promotion budget In-store promotion Create a huge ad 3000 - 5000 2% for each employee sold through Subtotal (3000 - 5000) Marketing and finance strategy Out-of-store promotion Create press releases 1000 Create newsletters 500 Subtotal (1500) Total (8000 ) The problems facing the hardware sector in Palestine and Sbitany in particular Problems There are competitors for the company, such as Maslamani Home, and this may reduce the percentage of sales and profits of the company. An increase in the shipping price and taxes due to the Israeli occupation. Customers are not obligated to pay the monthly installments for electronic devices. The high prices of electricity in Palestine, and this may reduce the percentage of sales of electrical
Transcript: Preschoolers can know animals and what sound they make. Preschoolers will demonstrate learning by pretending an animal. Construction paper,crayons,and markers, and safety scissors Theme:Animals Selena is a 5-year-old who was born in Mexico. Her family just moved here and only speaks Spanish. Selena is learning English as a second language but her vocabulary is very limited. She gets lost and confused in the instructions very easily. Curricular Area Lesson: Be an Animal Chad is a 3-year-old who has just received a diagnosis on Autism Spectrum.his speech regressed at the age of 2, he no longer can look people in the eyes, and becomes overwhelmed in loud settings and with new people. Conclusion -Put the volume at a lower level -Had them choose quiet animals -Had them stand around the tables, instead of sitting. -Played the song while they were making the masks because he is uncomfortable in quiet environments. Modifying the lesson is important because every child needs to feel equal in the learning environment. Teachers do complete this process because they want to make sure all of the children feel equal and like they're learning. Damien is 5 and has ADHD he also has trouble focusing, trouble staying still and is uncomfortable in quiet environments. He becomes agitated when he can’t focus and acts out either aggressively or disruptively Art,Science/Sensory, and Social Studies Physical, Intellectual, and Social We are going to play a song of the animal sounds for both the intro and closure. Preschool Lesson Plan By:Alyssa, Amanda, and Brianna Intro/Closure Developmental Area Learning Target Materials - Played the song in Spanish and English -Translated all of the directions The kids will get an animal to pretend to be and they will have to act it out.
Transcript: By Danielle Aparicio LESSON PLAN Template Alliant's template Alliant's Template 1. 8 full pages long 2. in-depth sections Simple, Coloful Other Examples Example with standards aLLIANT'S cHALLENGE 1: tHEORY cHALLENGE 1 cHALLENGE 2: dIVER lEARNERS cHALLENGE 2 cHALLENG 3: hOMEWORK cHALLENGE 3 rEFFERENCES rEFFERENCES Alliant International University. (2020, May). CSOE Lesson Plan Template. Canvas - EDU62030. Retrieved 9 9, 2022, from https://alliant.instructure.com/courses/24223/discussion_topics/186866?module_item_id=569037 Free Colorful Floral Preschool Spring Lesson Plan template to customize. (n.d.). Wepik. Retrieved September 9, 2022, from https://wepik.com/template/colorful-floral-preschool-spring-lesson-plan-13233852 Kalish, N., & Bennett, S. (2007). The Case Against Homework: How Homework is Hurting Our Children and what We Can Do about it. Three Rivers Press. Mayville State University. (2016, August). Lesson Planning Guide. Mayville State Education. Retrieved 9 9, 2022, from https://mayvillestate.edu/files/6016/1074/2588/Lesson_Plan_Guide.pdf
Transcript: Objectives Support goals Economic Factors Our own brand will be made we want sale things like versace, aero, adidas, and all that other stuff. to become a global business be the store that everyone talks about make as much money as possible have the customers talking about us and telling their friends about us. have more than one business advertising Product description services we will provide Good quality of course do daily inventory checks put the money in a safe at the end of everyday go around and make sure that clothes aren't scattered all over the floor make sure windows are cleaned check clothes and make sure they aren't damaged Long term goals we will like do pullies wash and see if it fades or anything to see if any holes pops up it needs to be hand washed maybe check to see if its going to shrink they are tested every month we have actual testers, people who are coming in and testing the products will try different fabrics, material, designs, items and other things keep our customers updated on our sales and promotions that we have going on send them emails maybe with coupons in it make sure that our boutique is running properly check our financial portfolio at the end of everyday make sure i have loyal employees have only people that want to be here and help make us known apart of the business teams and our goals public works charlotte russe Direct market retail customers wholesales everybody we can economy goes down a lot of new businesses taxes goes up a great disaster can happen maybe a earthquake or something Activities we will use direct and wholesalers maybe retail different distributors we will go to for different things will do online ordering and over the phone want do packaging, will order from main company we will not do loading or packaging, they will have to order online and our main headquarters will send it to them. very convenient for you ships between 4-7 days it meets the needs because comparison our competition cant compete we have sales, we don't try to break you inventory will be on a clip board with everything and quantity of how many we pose to have it checked everyday because we need to know if anything got stole or damaged or anything else Summmary of marketing plan Competition Anaylsis build boards website; where you can order and look and see what we have in stock magazine BIG grand opening have a fashion show maybe showing some of the things that we will be selling to help us meet our financial needs help us become one with our customers able to pay everyone back that we had got loans from Describe the Product who we selling to? Pricing Unique characteristic is that we will have our name of the store plus a little heart like thing at the end so you will know that this is our brand and not any knock-off have sales blowing off the roof TRY to make our revenues all positive try not to on any dept break even every month, even if we have to have a sale too the prices will help with covering the expenses we put out for them plus for the company as a whole will vary highest thing maybe $40 cheapest $2.50 up to 75% off do the seasons sales, like mark downs hopefully cheaper than competitive most of the time but don't want to go into dept over it pricing will match our appearance manager will be in charge of checking the stock we will have a team to help calculate our sales as well Estimated number of customers (6) Estimated volume per customer ($8.25) Estimated sales volume ($0) Quality how will sales be calculate Packaging is going to depend on what you get Prices will range from maybe to $2.55-$36.99 co-adic boutique Factors That May Affect our Business
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