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Nouns for 2nd Graders

Transcript: Final Presentation- Nouns CAS Visual Arts a word (other than a pronoun) used to identify any of a class of people, places, or things common noun, or to name a particular one of these proper noun. Example 2 Tell students they must draw three pictures, a person, a place, and a thing. All three must be personal to the students so the pictures can have the most detail and meaning. Each paper will be folded in half. On one half there will be the picture, and the other will have an explanation on why it's a noun, and a fun fact about the object. Can also do these same lessons when first learning adjectives and verbs. Lesson Plan: Write the lyrics on the white board so all students can look at them together. Learn the chorus first (Well every person...) and then have each table learn a verse and share with the class once they have it memorized. Each group should incorporate a movement with their verse so it is easier for them and the whole class to remember. After the group is done sharing their verse, they explain what words are nouns in their verse and why. Yay Nouns! Noun Definition Schoolhouse Rock Video Example Lesson Plan: Example These are my favorite pair of shoes. They are considered a noun because they are "things". A fun fact is I wore them on the first day of school. Have words arranged like so on the white board, and have students look and determine which ones are nouns. This is a picture of my mom. She is considered a noun because she is a person. A fun fact is that we have the same birthday. CAS: Music (Expression) Grade Level: 2nd Grade Literacy Target: To learn how to determine if a word is a noun CO Academic Standards for Arts: CAS Music- Expression CAS Visual Art- Create, Comprehend CAS Dance- Movement Lesson Plan: Have students in two groups at the back of the classroom. Write a combination of nouns, adjectives, and verbs on the whiteboard and the first person in each line will run up with a dry erase marker and circle a noun. There will be enough nouns for each student on each team. The team that finishes first wins. Example 1

2nd Presentation Tips Template for PPSCV1

Transcript: 60 mins Brains like color 300/460 slides Helping your audience get more from your presentation Engage audience every 3-4 minutes Presentation Tips Minimum Slides 2 hours 20% of teacher surveyed can: operate HP computers & printers use software to teach writing skills Length of Presentation Show slides for 14-21 seconds BEFORE talking about them Ask a question Help make a connection Take a poll Build in time for discussion Think-Jot-Pair-Share almost always builds engagement (3M) (University of Colorado in Bolder, 1984) 90 slides From: http://www.slideshare.net/jhaustin/presentation-tips "Let the image sink in first; then you can hang your message on that visual hook." 45 slides (Burmark) Color enhances learning and improves retention by more than Color visuals increase willingness to read by up to Increase retention communicate better The expected benefits of the research program to be carried out under the revised NE-165 Project will accrue to consumers, firms, and government (Burmark) "Stand to the left of screen. Your audience will anchor on you, then read across, then come back and anchor on you..." Increase retention by 30% Attack jargon with vengeance "Stand to the left of screen. Your audience will anchor on you, then read across, then come back and anchor on you..." Attention & Pacing 80 % 75 % Optimum Slides Everyone knows learning must be serious and difficult and you must remain seated at all times. No fun allowed. ttention Need to work a visual "commercial break" in at least every 15 minutes (relate it to your content) 60/90 slides A Brains see yellow first The presenter and the presentation "play complementary roles - like the cowboy and the horse" Engage 20 slides Perception = Reality 77% Graduate School of Education _ University of Buffalo _ The State University of New York _ Jennifer Austin Average Attention Span = 18 minutes fsdfsdfsfgsgfGF Be Smart. Create Great Presentations. Humor = good for learning perceive that "presentations that use color are able to than those use black and white. 30 mins 150/180 slides Results from a survey show that two teachers out of ten have a working knowledge of how to operate the Hewlett Packard computer and inkjet printer. The same number of teacher has knowledge about available computer software for teaching written language skills. Results from a survey show that two teachers out of ten have a working knowledge of how to operate the Hewlett Packard computer and inkjet printer. The same number of teacher has knowledge about available computer software for teaching written language skills.

Weather for 2nd graders

Transcript: Station 4: Extreme Weather -Class thermometer outside -Thermo app for iPad These tools support students' understanding by giving them experience reading thermometers and exploring how temperatures differ around the country at any given moment. Tips: Be familiar with how the Thermo app works, make sure to pair technology with real-life learning experiences -for wind speed and direction across the USA- http://hint.fm/wind/ -class anemometer outside -www.weatherwizkids.com for information on wind These technology tools enhance students' understanding by giving them a visualization of wind patterns, taking something invisible and making it visible. It also gives students real-life experience using weather tools. Tips: Know how to use an anemometer, be familiar with features of wind pattern website Instruction Outline Station 3: Wind -various books on extreme weather -Extreme Weather by Kids Discover app for iPad These technology tools enhance students' understanding by engaging them in exploration of interesting weather conditions through a wide variety of videos and pictures, paired with information on the conditions. Tips: Make sure students are able to draw connections between what they are reading in the books and what they are exploring through the app. By: Rebecca Delk and Julie Doran Station 1: Temperature Now it's your turn to try out the wind station! Day #1: Whole class introduction to weather, watching meteorologist video, writing in weather journals, checking current forecast Day#2: Weather stations (2 stations on this day), completing worksheets for each station, writing in weather journals Day#3: Weather stations (2 remaining stations), completing worksheets for each station, writing in weather journals Station 2: Precipitation Investigation Weather for 2nd graders This three-day weather investigation will involve the students working at stations and exploring various weather conditions in groups, and going outside and gathering weather data using various tools and methods. -www.kidsgeo.com for information about different types of precipitation -www.weather.com precipitation forecast map -Rain gauges filled to various points -Rain Gauge app for iPad These technology tools support students' understanding by allowing them to explore current precipitation forecasts across the country and precipitation graphs over time for specific areas. Tips: Be familiar with reading rain gauges, know how to create graphs of precipitation levels using the rain gauge app

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