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Teachers | Admongo.gov Everywhere you look, you see advertisements—not just on TV and online, but on buses, buildings, and scoreboards. Many ads target kids ages 8 to 12. Do your students have the critical thinking skills to understand ads, what they're saying, and what they want kids to do? To help you equip your students with these valuable skills, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, has launched a campaign to teach kids about advertising. The Admongo campaign will help kids learn to ask three key "critical thinking" questions when they encounter advertising: Who is responsible for the ad? The campaign has four components: a game-based website at Admongo.gov; sample ads that can be used in the classroom; free lesson plans, developed with the assistance of Scholastic, Inc.; and teacher training videos. Together, these tools will help you build ad literacy skills. Why use this program? How to Use This Site Resources For more information, below are links to free resources:

Where Do I Search? About this Site FISD Library Services offers many online resources for staff and students to use for information seeking purposes. These online resources are subscription databases that the district purchases each year so FISD staff and students may have access to the highest quality resources for information seeking purposes. Flipped Library Lesson This site is to be used as a Flipped Library Lesson to help students when they are doing research. Different Kinds of Sources Traditional Sources AlmanacsAtlasesBooksBiographiesDatabasesDictionariesDocumentariesEncyclopediasHistorical societiesMuseums and galleriesNewspapersPeriodicals (such as magazines and journals)People with firsthand information about your subject (interview or survey)Reference material, including CD-ROM'sWebsitesBlogsPodcastsWikis Primary Sources Primary sources originate from the same period as the events being studied. Secondary Sources

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Sell me on Dewey! Learning outcomes Students will: learn the basics of the Dewey Decimal Classification system. learn the major informational categories in each section. easily locate resources in the library media center. use creativity and writing skills, as well as their social skills, in a collaborative manner to develop a group’s commercial on a particular segment of Dewey. Teacher planning Time required for lesson 80 minutes Materials/resources library media center poster of Dewey Decimal System & main categories flip chart (to write students’ ideas of what they might find in a particular section) sheet of paper for them to write about their Dewey Assignment (with directions to work as a team to scan a section of Dewey in the library media center) pencils notebook paper handout Sell me on Dewey! Technology resources video camera with tripod (optional) Pre-activities Students will need a general knowledge of the physical layout of their school’s library media center. Activities Assessment Comments

Rachel K Tutoring Blog - Providing resources for parents and teachers! Summer Goals Here is a list of my summer goals – both for business and personal! If you’ve been around here you’ll know I love my lists. Business Goals Tutoring Summer is usually more of my busy season for tutoring, so I need to make sure I continue to stay organized. Summer Writing Prompts Try these 25 summer writing prompts to keep kids writing all summer long! 1. 2. 3. Summer Reading Bingo This FREE Summer Reading Bingo will help keep reading going all summer long! Included: • Instructions page • Bingo board in book design in color and black & white … End of the Year Activities May is going by so fast! 1. 20 End of the Year Reflection Questions 2. 3. 4. 8 Great Activities for the End of the Year 5. Teacher Appreciation Sale (May 5-6) Teachers Pay Teachers is having a Teacher Appreciation Sale just for you! The sale starts tomorrow (May 5th) 12:01 … Free Handwriting Resources Need free handwriting resources? 35 non-worksheet ideas for kids who hate handwriting … Educational Minecraft Activities 1.

La nouvelle vague des réseaux sociaux éthiques et solidaires Alors que les réseaux sociaux sont définitivement rentrés dans nos habitudes, révolutionnant les connexions humaines, un tout nouveau style émerge : les réseaux sociaux éthiques et solidaires. Leur philosophie est la suivante : offrir la possibilité à tous de devenir acteur du développement durable. La technologie des sites communautaires s’avèrent en effet parfaitement adaptée pour intégrer les valeurs du développement durable à notre quotidien. Laissez un commentaire : Votre commentaire (min. 40 caractères) Anemone, 15 / 04 / 2011 - 14:20 “Bonjour et article très intéressant. Ces nouveautés du Web se détachent des réseaux classiques tels Facebook, Twitter ou MySpace, qui répondent à des intérêts personnels, ou encore Viadeo et LinkedIn, qui visent des objectifs professionnels. Les réseaux sociaux solidaires grand public A l’heure actuelle, ils n’existent que quelques réseaux sociaux éthiques et solidaires véritablement grand public. Les réseaux sociaux spécialisés

Infographics | Trudy Hart What is an infographic? Why infographics? The Art of Visualization (Video) Term 1 Infographic Assignment You will be creating an engaging “Info-Graphic” that shares information with the audience using pictures, numbers and words. Your goal: create an informative and dynamic page that helps to illustrate one of the fascinating or strenuous parts of life for a grade 8 student. What you need to do: Pick a topic (e.g., stress, travel, extra-curricular activities, family, school).Complete a rationale in paragraph form: Why did you choose this topic? The Product: A finished poster that includes at least 10 different info-graphics about your topic.Info-graphics include the mathematical work that supports the visuals (e.g., for a pie graph: 12/30 students have more than 6 hours of extra-curricular activities a week which equals 40%).A completed rationale and conclusion. Math Rubric for Infographic Due: Wednesday December 17th, 2014

learning.blogs.nytimes Video and a related lesson plan from TEDEd. How do you know if something you read is true? Why should you care? We pose these questions this week in honor of News Engagement Day on Oct. 6, and try to answer them with resources from The Times as well as from Edutopia, the Center for News Literacy, TEDEd and the Newseum. Although we doubt we need to convince teachers that this skill is important, we like the way Peter Adams from the News Literacy Project frames it in a post for Edutopia. As he points out, every teacher is familiar with “digital natives” and the way they seem to have been born with the ability to use technology. Even though they know how easy it is to create and distribute information online, many young people believe — sometimes passionately — the most dubious rumors, tempting hoaxes (including convincingly staged encounters designed to look raw and unplanned) and implausible theories. Getting Started: What is News Literacy and Why Do You Need It? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Les secrets de l’eau Loin d'avoir livré tous ses secrets, l'eau reste un mystère pour la science. Toutefois, des chercheurs essaient d’en comprendre la vraie nature. Leurs théories, que l'on retrouve dans le nouveau documentaire Water : le pouvoir secret de l’eau, au cinéma cette semaine, se révèlent extrêmement surprenantes et nous invitent à changer notre regard sur cet élément vital. Et sur nous-mêmes. © Affiche du documentaire Water : le pouvoir secret de l'eau L’eau nous livrera-t-elle un jour tous ses secrets ? En 1988, Jacques Benveniste, ancien directeur de l’Inserm, publiait ses travaux. Le pouvoir de l’eau pure sur les plantes L'eau comporte des propriétés physiques uniques. L’eau, mémoire de l’Univers De nombreuses expériences auraient, en effet, révélé que toute substance entrant en contact avec l’eau y laisserait une empreinte. L’eau, sensible aux émotions ? (1) Water : Le pouvoir secret de l’eau, un film russe (83’) distribué par Jupiter Communications, produit par Masterskaya Production.

Middle School Media Literacy What is Media Litearcy? Media Literacy is about understanding how the media works and the techniques it uses to communicate with its audience. Why is Media Literacy Important? It is important to understand how the media works because it can help us recognize and guard oursleves against the pressures it can create in our opinions. The Activity: We are going to watch, analyze, and discuss eight different commercials. Round One: 1. 2. 3. Round Two: 3. 4. 5. Commercial #1: Nike Commercial #2: Up Trailer Commercial #3: Dove Commercial #4: NBA Commercial #5: Coca Cola Commercial #6: Hallmark A Commercial #7: Axe Commercial #8: Pantene PBL in the Elementary Library Words and phrases throughout the post in blue are links to handouts and other web pages. After hearing about Project Based Learning (PBL), I decided it was time to step out of the center of the classroom and move the kids to the center (Follow #PBL on Twitter & check out these resources: Edutopia & BIE). The perfect opportunity presented itself with our Digital Citizenship unit of study. We're currently about midway through the process, and I have been reflecting and re-adjusting the whole way. Starting with a question I started with this question in mind: How can we demonstrate that we are good Digital Citizens by showing that we are safe, responsible, respectful and fun when we use technology? The Hook The third graders LOVED the premise and showed a lot of enthusiasm, the fourth graders quietly nodded their approval and looked ready to tackle the issues, and the fifth grade - well, let's just say I'll need to come up with a better hook for them in the future. The Process The Technology

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