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Resources for Teachers Resources and Information for Teachers Introduction Language and Literacy Spelling and Sentence Activities and Worksheets Special Needs Including Classroom and Individual Support for Students Christmas Introduction Having been in teaching for almost 30 years I know that it would be possible to work for 24 hours a day and still have more to do. No matter what management role I had, I always continued to teach in the classroom mainly because I love teaching. To make a start I have included mainly language and literacy resources. Language and Literacy POETRY - Bio Poems Bio means life. It is often a great activity to begin a new school year and accompanied by the children’ photos makes an effective display. Bio Poem - A poem that the children write about themselves. Bio Poem about my friend - which will involve speaking and listening skills and discussion. Bio Poem for a Tree - this could be used in a topic about the environment where children describe the life of a particular tree. Story Planner

Ressources informatiques et pédagogiques pour l'enseignant (TICE) The Busy Brain Photo Credit: Purpose To understand how the brain receives and sends signals to the body. Context Until third grade, children tend to view organs of the body as individual parts. For example, the eyes are for seeing or the stomach digests food. This lesson introduces the brain, but not just the brain. Note: Regarding the nervous system, fourth graders understand that the brain helps the rest of the body, but sometimes do not understand that the body also helps the brain. Read More Motivation Have students use their Busy Brain student esheet to go to the page called Colors, Colors from the Neuroscience for Kids website. On this page is an activity that involves the "Stroop Effect," a brainteaser of sorts. When students have completed this task, have them click on and do the Interactive Stroop Effect Experiment. Once students have completed the exercise, ask them these questions: Development Turn the discussion around and ask: What would happen if you couldn't feel pain? Assessment

Literacy Center Education Network PEGY Home net : Français/Orthographe "a" ou "à" Faire la distinction entre "a" et "à". Il faut détruire la mauvaise balle. Bigeard Didier - 01/05/2001 - Gratuit - Windows 95 ou + (720 ko) "et" ou "est" Faire la distinction entre "est" et "et" dans un décor spatial. Bigeard Didier - 01/05/2001 - Gratuit - Windows 95 ou + (1 mo) "leur" ou "leurs" Cycle III - Deux arbres morts portent un des "leur". Bigeard Didier - 10/08/2001 - Gratuit - Windows 95 ou + (1.25 mo) "on" ou "ont" Faire la distinction entre "on" et "ont". Bigeard Didier - 30/12/2002 - Gratuit - Windows 95 ou + (830 ko) "ou" et "où" Sur un mur, par une nuit noire, sont face à face un chat et une souris. Bigeard Didier - 30/12/2002 - Gratuit - Windows 95 ou + (800 ko) "son" ou "sont" Cycles II et III - Faire la distinction entre "son" et "sont". Bigeard Didier - 10/08/2001 - Gratuit - Windows 95 ou + (850 ko) AbaLexic Aquadictées Auto-dictées CrypText

Little Family Fun Free Software Listing We welcome suggestions and comments ( Thanks! To be automatically notified of new programs and updates, please click here (note: do not use your school email address if it is blocked from receiving outside emails) Download vs Play Online: If you are using a PC running MS-Windows and you are on a computer that you are allowed to download to, Download is clearly the best option. The program will have a much higher resolution, the speed and animations will be better, and the program is on your own PC to use whenever you wish. If you are on a school computer that does not allow downloads or your are using a Mac, the the Play Online option is the best alternative for you. It will have a much lower resolution and the animations are somewhat distorted.

Control Alt Achieve: 3 text to speech tools and 5 ways your students can use them Many times people are accused of talking to their computers. Well with text to speech tools, your computer can talk back. Google Chrome has several extensions that will read web pages and Google Documents aloud, often with a variety of voices and adjustments for speed and volume. In this blog post we will take a look at five ways students can benefit from text to speech tools. You can view the short video to see a demo of each of the three tools, and then read the rest of the post for more details on how these can be used in school.Demonstration Video Student Uses for Text to Speech Assistance for reading One of the most common uses for text to speech is to help students who have difficulty reading. Multiple modalities Even if a student is able to read proficiently, using text to speech can provide additional support by tapping into a second learning modality. Self-editing for writing Text to speech is not just to help students read unfamiliar text. World language fluency Multitasking SpeakIt!

Grimoire des Professeurs - La classe de Mme C Du côté des profs Voici quelques exemples de progressions, programmations, emplois du temps et cahier journal. Ils sont axés essentiellement sur le niveau CE1. De même, grâce au cahier journal, vous aurez à disposition toutes les compétences du socle commun et les compétences de CE1, les progressions en maths, français, éducation musicale et artistique, éducation civique... en un seul coup d'oeil. Une page "emploi du temps" y est intégrée et une double page de cahier journal aussi afin de pouvoir gérer un double niveau. Tous les documents sont modifiables à souhait pour que vous puissiez vous les approprier. Espérant vous aider du mieux que je le peux, n'hésitez pas à me laisser un petit mot dans "commentaire" en bas de page. Je tiens à remercier tous les instits qui font du super travail, qui mettent en ligne et qui partagent ainsi leur pédagogie. Bonne visite à vous.

Assistive Technology in Education Xania has nominated himself for use of the Checkuser tools. Please provide your input on this important decision. Assistive Technology in Education From Wikibooks, open books for an open world The latest reviewed version was checked on 13 December 2012. Jump to: navigation, search Preface[edit] Assistive Technology can make the difference between a successful school experience and a failed one. Table of Contents[edit] Retrieved from " Subjects: Hidden categories: Navigation menu Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views Actions Navigation Community Tools Languages Sister projects Print/export This page was last modified on 1 June 2012, at 16:40.