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Show Me the Strategies

Show Me the Strategies
{*style:<u> </u>*} *Teachers—The following strategies can be implemented into your daily/weekly lesson plans by using the “Instructional Newsletter” Folder on your school’s Shared Folder. Download a copy for your files and copy and paste them into your lesson plan. Just as Harry Wong says what happens on the first days of school will be an accurate indicator of your success for the rest of the year, what happens in the first minutes of your class will indicate your success for the rest of the class period. 1) Students write the answer to a question given by the teacher the previous day and turn it in as they enter class the next day. 2) A formal approach to discussing and researching issues. 3) Teacher makes or posts a statement about a controversial issue. 4) Each student is assigned a different letter of the alphabet upon entering the classroom and asked to generate a word starting with that letter that is related to the topic to be discussed. 11) It’s not exactly color-by-number.

High Frequency Word list by year. - Usefulwiki Specific phonics and spelling work by term: Overview Reception year To recognise all initial consonant and short vowel sounds (a-z, ch, sh, th) in speech and in writing; to identify and write correct initial letters in response to the letter sound, word, object or picture. To recognise and name each letter of the alphabet and to be aware of alphabetical order through rhymes, songs. Discriminate, write and read final sounds in simple words. Year 1 Term 1 Practise and reinforce work from YR Discriminate, write and read middle (short vowel) sounds in simple words: 'a' (fat), 'e' (wet), 'i' (pig), 'o' (pot), 'u' (mug). Term 2 Practise and reinforce work from Y1 Term 1 Read and spell words ending in ck, ff, ll, ss, ng Discriminate, blend and spell initial consonant clusters: bl, br, cl, cr, dr, dw, fl, fr, gl, gr, pl, pr, sc, scr, sk, sl, sm, sn, sp, spl, spr, squ, st, str, sw, tr, tw, thr, shr and common end clusters: ld, nd, lk, nk, sk, lp, mp, sp, ct, ft, lt, nt, pt, st, xt, lf, nch, lth Term 3 Year 2

5 Hidden Features in Google Apps That Everybody Should Be Using Every application in the Google Apps suite has it’s own deep feature set. Even when you think you have them all mastered, they surprise you with a few more hidden away tricks. Whether you are trying to ignore a group email thread that keeps popping up in your inbox or want real-time analysis of your Google Form results, there are tools that can help you out. Check out some of my favorite “hidden gem” features that are tucked away in Gmail, Forms, Calendar, Sheets, and Docs. 1. We’ve all been there. 2. Quit wasting your time with countless formulas to try and gain insight from your Form results. 3. After creating an event and adding your contacts and/or resources, you can use the ‘Find a time’ feature to bring up everyone’s schedules side-by-side. 4. The paintbrush tool in Google Sheets provides a pain free way to copy the formatting from one cell to another. 5. You don’t need to use “command + f” to find content in those lengthy Docs anymore.

Report card comments displays self-confidence in doing own work and seeks assistance when required. willingly works with all students in the classroom. comes to class prepared for learning and enjoys helping around the classroom during recess. is beginning to evaluate and reflect on her work and work patterns. completes homework and other assignments neatly and on time. has established a goal in finishing her promptly and not leaving it until the last minute. contributes to class discussion and participates regularly. is always willing to share resources, materials, and equipment with others. works well with other students in the class though occasionally, needs reminders to stay on task. needs to listen more effectively during lessons and group discussions without interrupting. is encouraged to seek positive solutions to conflict in and out of the classroom environment. needs to assume responsibility for making sure that homework is complete and that agenda is brought to school on a daily basis.

Third Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets Third Grade Reading Comprehension Test Collection – Bacon and Wool: Use the information in the story to answer the 5 comprehension questions. Answer Key Is Included. Enjoy the comical adventures of a spirited young pig and his goofy sidekick, a sheep. Bacon and Wool are two of Farmer Bob’s goofiest animals on his strange farm. If you think the forgetful farmer has his hands full with these two, just wait until you meet the others! Bacon and Wool : Farmer Bob (intermediate)Bacon and Wool : On the Farm (advanced)Bacon and Wool: The Flood (intermediate)Bacon and Wool: Winter is Here (beginner)Bacon and Wool : Escape from the Farm (beginner)Bacon and Wool : Down by the Pond (advanced)Bacon and Wool : Sheepdog (intermediate)Bacon and Wool : Grandkids (advanced)Bacon and Wool: Shearing Day (intermediate)Bacon and Wool: Dairy Time (advanced)Bacon and Wool: You’re a Baaaad Boy! Reading Comprehension Workbooks – Click Here Download