Wednesday, August 11, 2010

14 SIMPLE POINTS TO MAKE A CLASS MAGAZINE

14 SIMPLE POINTS TO MAKE A CLASS MAGAZINE



Class teacher plays a very important role in shaping the life of the children. He is the role model before the children. The innovative class teacher always creates new things within the children & inspires them to be creative & innovative. One of the creative works in the class is making a ‘Hand made Class Magazine'.

Algebraic Expressions

Algebraic Expressions
Algebraic ExpressionsIntroduction

An algebraic expression is a combination of numbers, letters, and four basic arithmetic operations.

The numbers in an algebraic expression are called constants.

Learn To Read! Does Your Child Need Help?





learn to read

Learn To Read! Does Your Child Need Help?


Learning to read is not a natural skill that a child is born with. Until recent years, reading was thought to develop naturally when a child was ready, or "mature" enough. Today, it is understood that children do not learn to read spontaneously on their own. Many parents think that if their child is intelligent, curious and they read to them a lot, they will learn how to read without any problems. But evidence does not lead educators to accept these assumptions.

Butterflys - The Life Cycle of The Butterfly

In this lesson, students will get direct science experience by demonstrating knowledge of basic
science concepts of physical science, life science, and earth and space science including and
understanding of concepts related to everyday life through characteristic properties of objects,

How to teach my kids to learn couting from 1 to 5

counting Concepts to be taught:
1. Counting from one to five.
2. Writing accurately the numbers one through five.
3. Reading the numbers one through five.

Classroom games 22-42 - new 20!


22 . Title: Copy cat classroom gamesType: Game
Target: Any vocabulary
Materials: None
Procedure: Students say a vocabulary word and do an action to go with it. The student beside them must copy exactly the action and word that the student said. They then say a new word and make up a new action which the next person copies. Continue until all have had a turn.

20 classroom games!

classroom games1.Title: 2 min Speed
Type: Concentration Game
Target: Any vocabulary
Materials: Timer
Procedure: Set a timer for 2 mins. Challenge the students to see how many times they can recite the vocabulary words in 2 mins. For example, if you are learning the months of the year, see how many times the students can say all 12 months in 2 mins.

Strategies to Use During and After Reading

Strategies to Use During and After Reading

by Laura Robb
"If I don't understand pages I skip them. Sometimes I skip over three pages. I never go back." Grade 4

"Sometimes I'm in the middle of a book and don't understand stuff. So I put the book back." Grade 3

"I just read what's on the page and write the titles and authors in my log. Don't ask me to think or talk about them." Grade 6

Understanding How Classroom Libraries Work: Research & Results

Understanding How Classroom Libraries Work: Research & Results

Research shows that classroom libraries help students attain reading achievement. These key points from Scholastic's Classroom Libraries Work: Research & Results provide concrete examples that will help you build an effective skill-building library for your students.

Sustain Your Classroom Library

An effective classroom library will provide books that meet the interests and skill levels of your students. The following resources offer ideas for identifying what your kids like to read and provide lists of high quality books and reading materials for a wide range of titles, authors, and genres.
Find out what your students like to read.

Match books to readers.
Sustain your library selection with student favorites and skill building books.
Books That Hook
Timeless Picture Books (Grades PreK - 3)
Books for Boys (Grades PreK - 7)
Novels for Middle Grades (Grades 3 - 7)
Coming of Age Novels (Grades 6 - 9+)

Caldecott Collection (Grades K - 2)
Great Nonfiction for Grades 4 - 6
Historical Biography Collections (Grades 2 - 3)
Favorite Characters Collections (Grades 2 - 3)
Junie B. Jones (Grades 1 - 3)
Junie B. Jones II (Grades K - 3)
The Best of Scholastic (Grades 7 - 9)
Scholastic Children's Dictionary (Grades 3-8)

Plan Your Classroom Library

Dr. Louisa MoatsAs you begin to think about your library, consider the size of your classroom, how big or small your library needs to be, and how you can build your collection of books. The following resources offer fresh ideas for creating a rich text environment in your classroom.

GRADES 9-12 Lesson Plans - thematic lessons

The All About Me Poster

Students will become familiar with biographies as a literary genre. They will write about themselves and their experiences. Students will also share facts about themselves with their classmates and feel a sense of pride upon completing their All About Me Poster.

GRADES 6-8 Lesson Plans - thematic lessons

Aloha - Welcome Back

In this lesson, students will start the year by getting to know each other and reflecting on their summer vacation. Students will discuss and establish classroom rules.

GRADES 3-5 Lesson Plans - thematic lessons

Best Part of Me

Students will think about themselves in a positive light, boosting self-concepts, as they follow an author's model to improve their writing skills. My friend and fellow teacher, Karla Hebert, originally created this lesson. The final display is so powerful, that I would not think of starting my year without it.

GRADES 1-2 Lesson Plans - thematic lessons

Students will become familiar with biographies as a literary genre. They will write about themselves and their experiences. Students will also share facts about themselves with their classmates and feel a sense of pride upon completing their All About Me Poster.

PreK-K : What Is Important to You: Create self-portraits.

 

The students will learn about Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The students will brainstorm what is important to them, and then include these things in their own self-portrait.
OBJECTIVE
Students will:

Sunday, August 8, 2010

10 Sites Where You Can Make Money by Teaching Online

Looking for other ways to earn money online? How about teaching your native language?
Teaching English online has become more popular over the past few years. And why not? Just by using MSN messenger, Skype or any other web-cam chat client, you are one step closer to teaching English!

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