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Transcript: S Formative Informal Assessment for ELs: "I Have the Question who Has the Answer?" M O What is it? THE CREATIVE ZONE "I have a question who has an answer?" is a way to check studen... "I have a question who has an answer?" is a way to check students understanding of any content material, while reveiwing concepts through active student participation. This also allows for the students to utilize their social skills, by collaborating to identify answers. #1 How does it work? To review concepts and check student understanding of new materi... To review concepts and check student understanding of new material: - The teacher must first make two stacks of cards. One of them being the questions, and the other one being the answers. - Distribute to the answer cards to the some of the students, and distibute the question cards to the other half of the students. - Allow a student who has a question card read their question, and then ask who has the answer. - Allow the students with the answers to review their cards for 45 seconds. If the student thinks he or she has the answer then he or she will read the answer aloud. - If it is a match, allow the student with the next question to read aloud their question, and repeat the above steps. How does it work for ELs? - differentiating difficulty of questions based on academic level - Having both of the question and answer cards in both their L1 and their L2( the language they are acquiring) How to evaluate ? E - Using different rubric or grading scale depending on the student's English proficiency - Increase the wait time to a minute instead of 45 seconds to correctly match the question and answer card before going over the correct answer with the class - Using different rubric or grading scale depending on the student... Content Objective (23) Social studies skills. The student uses problem-solving and decision-making skills, working independently and with others, in a variety of settings. The student is expected to: (B) use a decision-making process to identify a situation that requires a decision, gather information, identify options, predict consequences, and take action to implement a decision. (C) identify leaders important to the founding of Texas as a republic and state, including José Antonio Navarro, Sam Houston, Mirabeau Lamar, and Anson Jones. TEKS: 4th grade Social Studies TEKS: 4th grade Social Studies The student will be able to identify the founding leaders of Texas by completing the "I have an question, who has the answer" activity. Objective Objective Language Objectives ELPS: Speaking Intermediate (B) Intermediate. Intermediate ELLs have the ability to speak in a simple manner using English commonly heard in routine academic and social settings. These students: (i) are able to express simple, original messages, speak using sentences, and participate in short conversations and classroom interactions; may hesitate frequently and for long periods to think about how to communicate desired meaning; (ii) speak simply using basic vocabulary needed in everyday social interactions and routine academic contexts; rarely have vocabulary to speak in detail; ELPS: Reading (B) Intermediate. Intermediate ELLs have a limited ability to use the English language to build foundational reading skills. These students: regularly recognize and understand common environmental print in English such as signs, labeled items, names of peers, logos; ELPS: Reading (B) Intermediate. Intermediate ELLs have a limited ability to use the Engli... The student will be able to read the answer or the question on their card, and ask who has the appropriate response to their card through speaking. Objective Objective

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Transcript: Structures continued... Uterus It is a hollow, muscular, pear-shaped organ It is located behind the urinary bladder and in front of the rectum The uterus is divided into three parts. Fundus: is the top section of the uterus, where the fallopian tubes attach Cervix: the narrow, bottom section, which attaches to the vagina Structures continued Structures Continued Structures: Structures continued... Fallopian tube- are two tubes, approimately 5 inches in length and attached to the upper part of the uterus Fertilization- the union of the ovum and a sperm to create a new life, usually takes place in the fallopian tubes Female Reproductive Structures Ovaries- the female gonads, they are small,almond-shaped glands located in the pelvic cavity and attached to the uterus by ligaments Menstruation Image by goodtextures: http://fav.me/d2he3r8 Vestibule- The area of the vulva located inside the labia minora. Perineum- The area between the vagina and anus in the female body, although it can be used to describe the entire pelvis floor in both the male and female individual. Breasts- or mammary glands, contain lobes separated into sections by connective and fatty tissue. By: Valerie Anderson, Emileigh Falterman, Meredith Hoskens, Caroline Mims, and Myra Qamar Labia minora: are the two smaller hairless folds of tissue that are located within the labia majora. Bartholin's glands- also called the vestibular glands, are two small glands located one on each of the vaginal opening. They secrete mucus for lubrication during intercourse. Vulva- the collective name for the structures that form the external female genital area. Labia majora- the two large folds of fatty tissue that are covered with hair on their outer surfaces; they enclose and protect the vagina.

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Transcript: [ Only that I have the Q's ] Synthezised in mitochondria Consists of: 3 linked phosphate groups Sugar (Ribose) Base (Codnine) OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION ATP + H20 (Reversible) ADP + Pi Where is ATP produced & Role of ATP ATP is produced in mitochondria Energy given off during ATP hydrolysis provides the energy for metabolic pathways Haemoglobin is an oxygen carrying protein present in red blood cells. It consists of two polypeptide units, each of which is bonded to a Haem group. Draw the Haem complex (which contains Fe(II) & Explain how ligand substitution can occur with the oxygen, give example CO2 + H2O (Reversible) HCO3- + H+ High charge density on the Zn(II) ion assists the breakdown of the water molecule OH- nucleophile attacks CO2 molecule HCO3- is produced and released Further water molecule bind to the Zn How does the presence of ATP help in ion movement through cells. What's the process called? The ion pump consists of proteins that hydrolyse the ATP. This is called ATPase activity, an example of active transport. Narrow width of sodium channel makes it more permeable to the smaller hydrated Na+ ion K+ ions lose their hydration layer and bind to the negatively charged amino acid side chains, the ions regain their hydration when they reach the other side How does the potential across the cell membrane change when a nerve is simulated Resting potential exists as K+ conc. is higher inside membrane and Na+ conc. is higher outside When a nerve is simulated Na+ ions move into the cell More Na+ channels are opened and potential across membrane increases Na+ channels close and K+ channels open, allowing K+ ions to flow outwards After the nerve signal K+ ions move back inwards and Na+ outwards Give an example of a heavy metal and how it affects organisms by affecting their enzymes Heavy metals such as Mg and Pb are precipitated, making them insoluble salts in living organisms These spoil enzyme function by disrupting their tertiary structure as they weaken the VDW's forces in the protein chains. How do heavy metals such as Zinc in inactivate enzymes with disulfide bridges Explain with the aid of an equation How does Zinc act as an enzyme cofactor and help in removing CO2 from the blood. Give equation ATP Hydrolysis Equation How do the Na+ and K+ ion pump work in allowing a certain ion to pass What is it synthesized in ?What does it consist of ?Name of process in which it is made from ADP. Metals in Biological systems Question & Answer What is the function and structure of haemoglobin ATP Oxygen is bound less strongly to the Iron then the other ligands and therefore can be substituted by another stronger ligand e.g.CO -CH2-S-S-CH2- + 2Hg+ -CH2-SHg + HgS-CH2-

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