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Find a partner not at your table or the table next to you!
3 things on your bucket list 1 person who inspires you 1 thing you have in common
Find a partner not at your first table, at this table, or at the table next to you!
Make up a secret handshake Talk about your best memory of senior year so far What is your dream job and why
You know the drill – find a partner from the other side of the room!
If you won the lottery today what 3 things would you buy What is one regret you have in life Teach each other your secret handshake from the last round
You know the drill – find a partner from the other side of the room!
Who is your most inspirational teacher or staff member or coach? What is one piece of advice you’d like to tell freshmen? What is something new you learned about someone in class today?
Second Conditional Friday, September 23rd. USES We use the second conditional to talk about something untrue in the present or unlikely to happen in the.
Goal - (from our contract) To continue the development of the Eastern Arterial Learning community. What is a learning community? What are the benefits.
Name: ___________________________________ I filled _______________________’s bucket today. I filled a bucket by _________________________ _________________________________________.
Conferencing The Writer’s Job in a Conference. During a Writing Conference O Your job is to talk to the teacher, or a writing partner, about your thinking.
Grade 3, Lesson 1 Catch Your Dreams. Today we will learn: ● “I’m thinking of…” ● Talk about the phrase “Don’t Give Up.”
What have you learnt this lesson that can be linked to a previous lesson.
PART 3 CONTENTS: CONTENTS: THE SECOND CONDITIONAL.
Connecting With Faculty and Staff 12 th Grade Keys to Postsecondary Success #1 (Microsoft, 2011)
Second Conditional Monday, August 1st. USES We use the second conditional to talk about something untrue in the present or unlikely to happen in the future.
Text Talk. enormous – very large in size The pumpkin was enormous.
Lesson outline: Inspire. Summary for teacher To broaden the students understanding of the range of roles and jobs available in the working world by exploring.
All classrooms have read and have a copy of “Have You Filled A Bucket Today?” The premise of the book is to teach empathy and kindness. Each classroom.
Editing Your Draft Mini-Lesson. Read the two sentences silently. Let’s eat Grandma! Let’s eat, Grandma! Let’s eat Grandma! Let’s eat, Grandma!
Narrative vs. Expository. Different forms of writing T-P-S What is a narrative story? T-P-S What are some narrative stories you’ve read in class?
Join the DC Parent and Family Engagement Summit conversation on Twitter! #DCParents Follow OSSE on
Lillian Porta - Competency 12 Produce digital multimedia educational or professional experiences.
A community that engages high school students find their passion through authentic job understanding.
Business Is Looking Up by Barbara Aiello and Jeffrey Shulman 4 th Grade Unit 2: Dreams to Jobs Powerpoint by Juan Gonzalez.
Fun with Fractions! Lessons for 3 rd grade. Relax… don’t panic. This will be fun! *When you hear the word ‘fraction’ what do you think of? (Let’s have.
Conversation topics Discuss the following prompts and questions with your partner. Also ask further questions and see where the conversation takes you.
1 times table 2 times table 3 times table 4 times table 5 times table 6 times table 7 times table 8 times table 9 times table 10 times table.
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Tables Learning Support x 2 = 0 1 x 2 = 2 2 x 2 = 4 3 x 2 = 6 4 x 2 = 8 5 x 2 = 10 6 x 2 = 12 7 x 2 = 14 8 x 2 = 16 9 x 2 = x 2 =
I am a Bucket Filler Lesson 4. What are drops? Drops are personal, positive written messages. They’re a simple way to share kind words with others, give.
Vulnerable Adult. I am a vulnerable adult I am a vulnerable adult. I am a trusting person and that means someone may try to hurt me. Staff help me learn.
The Job Talk Navigating the Academic Job Market A very quick intro to the Job Talk and the Interview Class.
Dimes for Charity Please take some time to think about the charity you would like to raise “Dimes for Charity” and write the name on the note card and.
BELLRINGER #2 Why are you taking Drama? What do you hope to learn in this course?
Composer Name This Presentation Created by: Name Classroom Teacher Date Hancock Elementary School.
Welcome to 8th Grade Science Mr. Mills. Drill Introduce yourself to the people at your table and tell them one interesting fact about yourself.
10/14/ ways to get noticed at work. 10/14/20152 All of us know businesses thrive on strong relationships, so we do all we can to impress our clients.
Inspiring imagination for story content.. Write for 3 minutes non stop. Using a piece of A4 paper write non stop when your teacher says go. You can.
Structures at a Glance Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up Mix Pair Share Rally Robin Rally Table Rally Coach Simultaneous Rally Table Quiz-Quiz-Trade Timed Pair.
By Aurora Teacher. Teachers are fun, exciting and adventurous people who like to share their knowledge with others. What are teacher’s like?
Express your opinion saying if you agree or disagree with the quote below. Justify your point of view.
COACHING STUDENTS AGSC 380 WORKSHOP. DO AG TEACHERS HAVE OPPORTUNITIES TO COACH STUDENTS? IN CLASS CONTESTS WORKSHOPS CONVENTIONS.
Learning outcomes By the end of today you will: Bronze: Will know the meaning of reflection and refraction Silver: Will be able to draw a ray diagram.
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Ten How To Tell Someone You Do Not Understand Revision.
Objective: Students will demonstrate their understanding of what is success. Bellwork: If someone asked you what is the secret to success what would you.
The Six Pillars of Character Partner Switch Activity Character Counts at South Lewis.
Journal Topics. Expectations Who in your life has expectations for you (parents, siblings, grandparents, coaches, mentors, etc.)? What are their expectations.
From Drab to Fab By: Jeff and Cathy Brown2011. Agenda *Introductions *Movie Clip *Expectations*Activities *Exit Slip.
SAY SOMETHING PLEASE WRITE ONE STATEMENT PER BOX CHOOSE ONE SENTENCE STARTER Question Start question with how or why. End with a question mark. Connect.
Friendship Open Court Reading Unit 1. What is Friendship? Friendship is when you know and understand someone. You trust them and care for them. You can.
FLASH DRAFTING. Write about a time you were really angry with someone (it could be someone close to you or someone you barely talk to)
Fact of the Day There are 3.7 million teachers in America.
What are the signs of someone thinking of suicide? What should you do if you think someone is thinking of ending their life? What is the difference.
Social Studies Research (online, library, or textbook) your product List 3 things this product was used in/for in 1771 List 3 things this product is used.
I can write well. Chapter 13 continued. In the last class You identified several jobs and talked about the skills needed to do those jobs. You were.
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