Movie Sheets - Teacher Submitted Movie Worksheets for the Classroom HippoCampus - Homework and Study Help - Free help with your algebra, biology, environmental science, American government, US history, physics and religion homework Teacher Lesson Plans, Printables & Worksheets by Grade or Subject - TeacherVision.com St Catharine's College Cambridge - English From Dr. Hester Lees-Jeffries and Dr. Caroline Gonda Directors of Studies in English St. It’s time to provide you with a list of the preliminary reading required before you join us in October. In your first term of study, you'll be working with Dr L-J on Shakespeare. I would like you to complete a short piece of written work before you arrive, as a way of focusing your reading. You need to have a copy of David Bevington’s Arden edition of Troilus and Cressida (which is the set text for your Faculty Classes in the Easter Term, 2009) and to read it with considerable care, including the notes, sources, appendices, &c, so that you're well prepared for the Faculty Shakespeare classes. There are new editions of Shakespeare appearing all the time, with the Arden 3rd series being almost complete now, and the New Oxford and New Cambridge editions also giving almost ‘complete coverage’. For these classes you will need your own copy of the following texts: Ovid, Metamorphoses (Penguin)
ConnectED – Déjà vu All Over Again Earlier this week, I was fortunate to have an invitation to the White House to attend the President Obama’s announcement of the Future Ready Schools Initiative as part of the administration’s ConnectED program. One hundred school superintendents were also in the audience as part of the first-ever Superintendents’ Summit at the White House, which served as the kickoff to the initiative. During the ceremony the superintendents signed a pledge – on their tablets – that proclaimed their commitment to ensuring their districts were Future Ready with broadband connections to the classroom, digital content for their students, devices to support the curriculum materials and professional development for their teachers so they are supported in using technology effectively for teaching and learning activities. What this part of the administration’s ConnectED initiative recognizes is that leadership counts when change is happening. Image by K.W. Barrett, via Flickr (CC By 2.0)
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Tips: How to Consume More Books This Year Over 40% of Americans claim not to have read any books in the previous year. The survey was last conducted in 2002, and noted falling reading rates from previous years. I’m sure if you’re reading through lifehack.org that you probably don’t expect reading to stop after you graduate. Yet, with such dismal statistics, how can you beat the odds and read more books this year? Why Bother Reading More? I’m sure you’ve seen the advertisements where famous celebrities sit next to a stack of books they haven’t read and tell you to read more. I usually read 50-70 books each year and I believe it is one of the best investments of time and money I can make. Knowledge. There are many other reasons for reading and I suggest you come up with your own. How to Read More Books This Year Here are a few tips for boosting the amount of books you can read: Speed Read.
Mapping History | DocsTeach: Activities: Create Choose a set of documents to locate on a historic or outline map. Plot primary sources around the map and ask students to form geographic conclusions; ask students to analyze documents and position them on the map; or use the drawing tools to visualize geographic or manmade features. Learning Objectives and Historical Thinking Skills Mapping History activities teach students to use geographic information and information gleaned from primary sources to formulate historical conclusions. Create activities using the Mapping History template to help students understand geographic themes and the impact of distance, location, landforms or waterways, and other geographic features on society and history. Mapping History activities teach students to use geographic information and information gleaned from primary sources to formulate historical conclusions. Mapping History activities can help students visualize geography and understand the themes of place and location.
Lesson Plan Share Space Welcome to WIDA's Lesson Plan Share Space! This is a space created for you and by you! Here you and other educators who work with ELLs can upload and share the lesson plans you have created that incorporate both content and ELD standards, as well as check out lessons that others have created. We are looking for lessons that... address English Language Development and content area standards include language targets or objectives differentiate instruction according to students' English language proficiency levels offer support for ELLs to access content learning and engage in cognitive challenges Get started! To share: Please download both the Lesson Plan Template and the Guide to Using the Template from the links below. Lesson Plan template Guide to using the Lesson Plan template Once you have filled in the template for your lesson plan, complete the “Upload a Lesson Plan” form in the gray column at the right of this page using the information you listed in the first section of the template.
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