BIO- PHYS-MATH DEPARTMENTS (INTRODUCTION to PBL)

DAY CHALLENGES 

1___ DAY CHALLENGES 

HOW to GIVE A SPEECH

NACSON (STUDENT CONF. TOPICS)

RECYCLING PROJECT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE 5 PROJECT IDEAS

SCIENCE 5 PROJECT Briyati Science 5 excel

RECYCLE PROJECT IDEAS ppt

DONOT FORGET YOUR UNITS ppt

____ Day Challenges

 

 

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Problem / Solution Based Based Workshop

The Problem or Solution Based Learning method is applicable all level students. High school Primary School Teachers simply applied a case during the workshop.

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VOA BOOK- JUST LISTEN

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Writing in Paragraphs

CLASSROOM RULES, RECOMMENDED BEHAVIOUR

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EXAMS

Mid-term exam content: 0-mid-term-1-reading-exam-content docx
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Facts and Figures 1

1. CLASSROOM RULES, RECOMMENDED BEHAVIOUR

3. UNITS

Unit 2/Lesson 1 Why do we yawn?

  1. facts-fig-2-1 vocabulary list. docx
  2. facts-fig-2-1  (updated) ppt

Unit 2/Lesson 2 Why do we laugh?

  1. facts-fig-2-2-why-do-we-laugh ppt
  2. unit-2-2-laughing-cloze-test docs
  3. unit-2-2-laughing-questions docs
  4. unit-2-2-laughing-vocabulary-test docs

Unit 2/Lesson 3 Why is the sea salty?

Unit 2/Lesson 4 How can a plant kill?

Unit 3/Lesson 1 Date palm tree

Unit 3/Lesson 1 Rice

Unit 4/1 Music

Unit 5/1 Work Hours

4. WORKSHEET

5. EVALUATION CRITERIA

6. EXTENSIVE READING ORGANIZERS

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8. PROJECTS

9. EXAMS

10. MID-TERM EXAM CONTENT

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-MID-TERM- EXAM 2-READING EXAM CONTENT- docx

MID-TERM-FOUND-2017-READING

11. FINAL EXAM CONTENT 

12. EXAM-QUIZ-PROJECT: RESULTS

13. USEFUL LINKS:

14. STUDENT WORK

15.  ACTIVITIES – GAME

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16. USING ORGANIZERS 

Step 1

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Facts and Figures  Unit 1/ Lesson 1

Step 2

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30 Ideas for Teaching Writing

  1. Use the shared events of students’ lives to inspire writing.
  2. Establish an email dialogue between students from different schools who are reading the same book.
  3. Use writing to improve relations among students.
  4. Help student writers draw rich chunks of writing from endless sprawl.
  5. Work with words relevant to students’ lives to help them build vocabulary.
  6. Help students analyze text by asking them to imagine dialogue between authors.
  7. Spotlight language and use group brainstorming to help students create poetry.
  8. Ask students to reflect on and write about their writing.
  9. Ease into writing workshops by presenting yourself as a model.
  10. Get students to focus on their writing by holding off on grading.
  11. Use casual talk about students’ lives to generate writing.
  12. Give students a chance to write to an audience for real purpose.
  13. Practice and play with revision techniques.
  14. Pair students with adult reading/writing buddies.
  15. Teach “tension” to move students beyond fluency.
  16. Encourage descriptive writing by focusing on the sounds of words.
  17. Require written response to peers’ writing.
  18. Make writing reflection tangible.
  19. Make grammar instruction dynamic.
  20. Ask students to experiment with sentence length.
  21. Help students ask questions about their writing.
  22. Challenge students to find active verbs.
  23. Require students to make a persuasive written argument in support of a final grade.
  24. Ground writing in social issues important to students.
  25. Encourage the “framing device” as an aid to cohesion in writing.
  26. Use real world examples to reinforce writing conventions.
  27. Think like a football coach.
  28. Allow classroom writing to take a page from yearbook writing.
  29. Use home language on the road to Standard English.
  30. Introduce multi-genre writing in the context of community service.

Source: http://www.nwp.org/cs/public/print/resource/922#Three