Ppt on any topic of maths for class 9

Miss Pekarcik’s Class Prince of Peace Orientation August 21 st, 2014 Created by: Ashley Magee, www.firstgradebrain.com Graphics © ThistleGirlDesignswww.firstgradebrain.com.

:00 Ask me any questions as we /and End Marks Types of Writing (Fiction, Poems, Biographies, etc.) Math Topics – Counting and /Topics – Workers in the community – Being a good friend – Perseverance – Our country – Working together – Holidays Music / Art Singing Rhythm – Classroom made instruments Patterns Listening for differences – Loud and soft – Fast and slow – How music makes you feel Line Shape Texture Color Pattern Drawing Form Exploration Appreciation Special Classes Students will visit special classes/

Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org RTI at Middle and High Schools: Academic Interventions for Difficult- to-Teach Students Jim Wright.

to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org 9 What is the Predictive Power of These Early Warning Flags?/of the term. –For particular assignments, have students identify math vocabulary that they don’t understand. In a cooperative learning activity, have students discuss the terms. Then review any remaining vocabulary questions with the entire class. –Encourage students to use a math/of a reading assignment, for example, the instructor has students state what questions they might seek to answer or what topics/

Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org Best Practices in Classroom Math Interventions (Elementary) Jim Wright www.interventioncentral.org.

math worksheets, using the math worksheet generator on www.interventioncentral.org: 1.From any math operations page, select a computation skill for the CCC worksheet. 2.Next, set the ‘Number of Columns’ setting to ‘1’. 3.Then set the ‘Number of Rows’ setting to the number of/ writing skills. To find programs containing a writing component, the user goes to the home page of WWC and selects the intervention topic ‘literacy’. On the literacy- programs page, user then types in the keyword ‘writing’ to narrow/

1 © 2007 TOCICO. All rights reserved. TOCICO 2007 Conference TOCICO CONFERENCE 2007 The Theory of Constraints (TOC) Initiative at Medgar Evers College.

to learn the material. I must do the work outside of class to learn the material. I have to physically be in class during set times. D Not do the required activities for my math class(es). A B C D’ Be successful & responsible person/to any guidelines. We don’t agree on what defines the guidelines. Should we have guidelines (especially for adjuncts)?Should we have guidelines (especially for adjuncts)? What guidelines/topics should we have, and what should these guidelines include?What guidelines/topics should/

Introduction to Year 2 Chestnut Class. Thanks for coming A bit on the teachers!! Things to know to aid your child’s transition Questions.

to Year 2 Chestnut Class Thanks for coming A bit on the teachers!! Things to know to aid your child’s transition Questions Who is teaching my child?! Teaching 9 years Infant Specialist SEN Specialist, SENCo Senior Management Team Maths Co-ordinator Eco Interests /2014 Reading comprehension Writing (short and long, composition, punctuation) Spelling Maths Re- takes of Y1 Phonic Tests Assessment weeks 3 points in year Parents Evenings to discuss progress Any issues will always be raised quickly Thank you/

1 G eorgia K indergarten I nventory of D eveloping S kills Assessment and Instructional Guide.

a full grasp of any GPS element in ELA or Math. Several assessments over a period of time are the best way for a teacher to get a true picture of what a /represent. f. Estimate quantities using five and ten as a benchmark (e.g. 9 is one five and four more. It is closer to two fives or one/for some students because the learning activities were done in group settings? The class as a whole can do an experience chart or a class book reflecting major understanding of the topic. -Alleman & Brophy 228 Evidence of/

STRATEGIC PLAN Tennessee Department of Education Common Core Leadership Course Class 1.

in ELA/Literacy and the role of teacher questioning –Key Question 1: Understand the importance of focus in mathematics 14 Agenda for Class 1 TimeSession 8:30-8:45Opening 8:45-9:30Orientation to the ELA Standards 9:30-11:30 (with a break) Key Question 6: Text-Based Questions 11:30-12:30Lunch 12:30-1:00Orientation to the Math Standards 1:00-3:00 (with/

Flipping Your Classroom: Why You Might Want To Lance Bledsoe, Math Teacher Garner High School Wake County, NC.

any public library… I can give students all my videos on a flash drive or DVD Videos can be viewed on cell phones Baby Step #1 – Make one video, save it to your hard drive, and use it in class instead of lecturing on that topic/ problems (in pairs) 4. Group work (rich math tasks) 5. Projects 6. Video projects 7. Reading activities 8. Student-generated practice problems 9. Whiteboarding  LBledsoe2@wcpss.net LBledsoe2@wcpss.net  Class website: www.misterbledsoe.comwww.misterbledsoe.com  Personal website/

9/4/20151 Welcome to Back School Night PSU Statistics periods 2,3,4 Essential Skills period 5 Pre Calculus periods 7, 8 Pardis Navi Room 229.

any part time PSU student (i.e. library, recreational facilities, etc.) 9/4/20159 Student’s Responsibilities Be ready to learn. Be patient with difficult topics. Contribute, think, listen and be actively involved. 9/4/201510 How can you help? Provide supplies to your student. Internet. Have ongoing conversations with your student about the class. 9/4/201511 What This Means Strong and positive school year for/

The Link to Improved Physics Instruction through Research on Student Learning David E. Meltzer Department of Physics and Astronomy Iowa State University.

resolve any discrepancies Implementation of Instructional /of 32 students (9%) answered both parts of Interview Question #6 correctly. Predominant Themes of Students’ Reasoning 1.Understanding of concept of state function in the context of/instruction math skill When comparing g for diverse/for Fully Interactive Physics Lectures Development of new conceptual-question sequences for interactive lectures –focus on materials for first-semester topics –carry out class testing –build response database with use of/

Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org RTI for High Schools: The Teacher as First Responder to Help Struggling Students Jim Wright www.interventioncentral.org.

for putting into classroom practice the specific recommendations of the National Math Advisory Panel Report of 2008. Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org Methods of Classroom Data Collection: Starter Set Topics: How to Structure Data Collection: Baseline, Goal, Progress-Monitoring; Examples of Teacher-Friendly Methods of Data Collection (Behavior Ratings; Global Skills Checklists) 98 Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org 99 Interventions: Potential ‘Fatal Flaws’ Any/

Voices of the Partner Disciplines: CRAFTY’s Curriculum Foundations Project.

8. Number of students enrolled increases by 78 each year. Responses in Reform Class 9. This means that for every year, the amount of enrolled students increase by 78. 10. Student enrollment increases by an average of 78 per year. 11. For every year /the situation is actually worse – the percentage of students taking calculus is dropping, since overall college enrollment has been rising rapidly. Few, if any, math departments can exist based solely on offerings for math and related majors. Whether we like it /

Welcome to Open House! Mrs. Dunbar’s 2 nd Grade Class Audubon Park Elementary.

test for K-12 Tested 3 times per school year F.A.I.R Second Grade Writing Topic 1 Addition Strategies Topic 2 Subtraction Strategies Topic 3 Place Value Concepts Topic 4 Counting and Money Topic 5 Exploring Addition and Subtraction Second Grade Math Topic 5 Exploring Addition and Subtraction Topic 6 Adding Two-Digit Numbers Topic 7 Subtraction Two-Digit Numbers Topic 8 Using Addition and Subtraction Mid-Year Assessment Topic 9/

To Miss Reisch’s 3rd Grade Class! Welcome! Good evening! Please read the letter your child wrote! You may respond on the back. Thank you.

 Wednesday – Write on Wednesday  Thursday – Word study Daily Schedule  8:40 - 9:00 Homeroom routine  9:00 – 10:00 ELA: word study & guided reading  10:00 – 11:00 Math  11:00 – Lunch  11:30 – Recess  12:00 – 1:00 ELA/least two nights a week  Reinforces in-class activities  Other topics  Vocabulary  Parts of speech  Word play Time to go to Math!  Thank you for coming  Feel free to call/email/send a note if you have any additional questions, comments, etc.  Math Teachers:  Mr. Constable – Rm. /

Formative Assessment Tools to utilize: Active Votes Plickers Socrative Kahoots enVision is our primary math resource. Additional resources are listed on.

MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.5.A CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.5.B CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.6 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.7 CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.7.A CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.7.B CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.7.C ** Use this 9 weeks for application of/ Zero Whole Numbers 5.NF.B.7.B Quarter Two continued enVision Topics: Topic 11 Sports Numbers Sports Numbers (NCTM) 5-NF.3,6,7 /Task~ Georgia Task~ Application of Fractions UNIT: Applied Decimals and Fractions 5-NBT.2,4,7, 5-NF.6,7 Class Attributes Class Attributes (NCTM)5-NF/

Welcome to Class 2. Staff in Class 2 Mrs Greening - Class teacher – Monday -Wednesday Mrs Smith – Class Teacher – Thursday Friday Mrs Warner –Teaching.

7.9.15 This term our Topic will be all about extreme environments, starting with the rainforests. For the children’s independent homework, we would like them to choose any extreme environment from anywhere in the world and find some interesting facts about it, ready to share with the class week commencing 28 st September. Ideas might include; A picture or drawing of your chosen environment/

Year 5 Class Spain (room 16)– Mrs Downes Class Nepal (room 15) – Mr Higginson Both classes supported by Mrs Bone and assisted by Mr Davies (in-school trainee.

trainee teacher) Structure of the day Springboard (9.00 – 9.40) includes guided reading English (9.40 – 10.40) Break (10.40 -10.55) Class book (10.55 – 11.15) Maths (11.15 – 12.15) Afternoons – assembly, topic, PE, etc (Tuesday afternoon – Enrichment) Topic Themes Term123456 Year/ for their own learning – they are the ones who can make a difference! Fruit and water Water bottles Fruit rota is on the class notice board. Camp Friday 20th May 2016 Meeting: Thursday 21st April 2016 Communication If there are any/

EVIDENCE OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE Danielle Inwood 2008 Sunbury Downs Secondary College.

’t contribute to a topic area but would be used to engage students in maths generally. Discussion following the activity COMMENTARY ON PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Component 8: Record of Professional Activities List of professional activities undertaken Nature of professional activity The domain /in the 21st Century This was a discription of a project done by Lyn McGoldrick in a Yr 9 class. The class was given two terms in which they were to design a library for 21st century learning. The students were to form/

DAY 2 Dr. Deborah Brady Exit Slip Feedback Exit SlipResponse Examples of good assessments/others’ assessments/specifically one on.

acquire independence Assess and Scaffold with Exit Tickets ■https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/teacher-assessment-strategy (Math)https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/teacher-assessment-strategy copyright 2008 Ribas Associates79 The Stoplight Method: An End-of-Lesson Assessment ■https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/daily-lesson-assessment (Any class)https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/daily-lesson-assessment copyright 2008 Ribas Associates80 copyright Ribas Associates 2009 Definition/

How can you support your child in Maths?. Supporting your child in maths can be achieved more easily than you might think: Sit and ‘do’ maths with your.

some fun maths activities together You/of 24. You can add, subtract, multiply or divide. Task 1 24 Each symbol represents a different number (1-9/of topic test Marking homework Teachers mark in red pen Students respond in green This is another opportunity for teachers and students to converse with each other - students are always encouraged to tell us how they feel about what they are learning – please help them to verbalise this when they are doing their homework. Teaching assistants in class Special Maths/

Exploring the QEP Topic: The Past, Present, and Future Paths to Compliance.

Any help would be beneficial Low number of students participate SI leader could affect outcome Course instructor must be committed Supplemental Instruction Continued Positive CommentsNegative Comments Community and Employer Focus Groups (n=5) Have math lab requirement for all math classes DMC must Students not getting out because lack math background High Schools need to teach math Faculty II Focus Groups (N=9/ Effective for reinforcing topics Give student sense of accomplishment Use as tool for potential /

Math Module Courses Orientation Independent Study Mathematics Opportunities Please pick up a red folder and make sure you get a course code handout, a.

folder back up in the MLC in 1-2 days. February 9-10, 2016– mark that on your contract on the line: I will complete approximately half of my hours on ALEKS by the middle of the quarter and turn the red folder (with the midterm paper)/goal”. However, your goal in this class is NOT to complete ALL of the topics. Rather, you goal is to complete 40 hours (for 2 credits). While you do this, you will complete as many topics as you can. Your Timeline (not useful for this class) Math 62R, 70R, 72R, 97R Mathematics /

Course Syllabus. The course objective for eight grade mathematics (Pre- Algebra) is to successfully equip each student with the following skills: Numbers.

a failing grade. 9 Week Exams – A 9 week exam will be given at the beginning and end of each 9 weeks. The exam given at the beginning of each 9 weeks will not /For every day an assignment is late, a 10% reduction will be in place. Each student will complete a math journal at the beginning and end of each class. At the beginning of each class each student will be given a topic that they are to write about. At the end of the class each student will add to the topic they were given at the beginning of the class/

Math anxiety is an emotional reaction to mathematics based on a past unpleasant experience which harms future learning. A good experience learning.

: Attend class Attend class Learn during class Learn during class Do the homework Do the homework BEYOND THE BASICS: Review very soon after studying Review very soon after studying Reflection Reflection Concentration Concentration Attitude Attitude  Separate math notebook  Ball pens (no fancy colored in exam papers) exam papers)  1 whole sheet of pad papers  Long clear book (any color)  Math Textbook Clear book of any color (long) Clear book of any color/

PRE-ALGEBRA. Who is My Math Teacher? Name: Mrs. Ford Teaching Experience: Lake Elsinore Unified 6 years Education: B.A. in Business Management UOP 2004.

of the previous week for homework: Since this is an accelerated classroom, students should have their notes already completed. We will review notes, and go over any questions that students have regarding the topic of/ encouraged to bring a stick of deodorant or antiperspirant to freshen up after P.E. unless P.E. is your last period. 9. BATHROOM & NURSE SIGN-OUT/just let it drop to the floor). 19. EXTRA TIME: 1. Math homework, and 3. Homework from another class. 20. BELL TO LEAVE: I dismiss you, not the bell./


Studies classes taught together. Student may choose this option. (Honors level only) MATH9 th Grade  Fundamental Math I (elective credit)  Introductory Math (Pre-Math I) (elective credit)  Foundations of Math I/Math I (Math I in 2 semesters, receive 1 math credit and 1 elective credit)  Math I  Special Topics in Math (elective credit, repeat of Math I)  Special Topics in Math/Math II Plus (receive 1 math credit and 1 elective credit)  Foundations of Math II (elective credit)  Math II  Math II/

Class 7 – Miss Perkins Class 8 – Mrs Hylton/Mrs Stafford Class 9 – Miss Cooper.

reward positive attitude and behaviour and can be given by any adult in school who sees an example of this. Class teachers have additional reward systems within individual classes. Partnership We would like children to read their home reading/class will have certain days when they change these books. Children will have numerous reading opportunities in school. Children will receive one piece of homework each week, dates for return will be given to the children. Homework will have an English, Maths or Topic/

Welcome to Topaz Class Topaz Class. Mrs Lake Mrs Douglas – TA in class every morning and most afternoons, also teaches for the last hour on Thursday afternoon.

Topaz Class Curriculum National Curriculum objectives are planned for around a topic. There will be discrete sessions for Maths, Handwriting, Phonics, Grammar, Reading, P.E. and Music. Where possible links between these sessions and our topics will be made. Topaz Class Timetable: 9.00-10/week with small gift as reward and the chance to take Rufus home for the weekend. Whole school: Star of the week and Writer of the week. Topaz Class Rewards We have also introduced our House Point system. 4 houses across /

Year 6 - Parent information. Meet the team Pluto Class: Mrs Curley & Mr Turner Neptune Class: Mrs Edwards & Mrs Church Plus: Maths: Mr Erricker English:

(175) Platinum (250) General Information Newsletters sent home each week Star of the week and Maths Mind – awarded every Friday in assembly Head’s Picnic – children chosen as Star of the Week will join the head for a picnic. Curriculum information – Has been sent home in our parent topic booklet. Parent helpers – we greatly appreciate any help on trips. If you are able to help with/

The Benefits and Consequences of Dependency on Non-Renewable Energy

. There is an abundance of past and current resources that can be used for this thematic unit across several disciplines of study. The theme is sufficiently broad enough to contain many subtopics and allow for student input for the selection of topics relative to each discipline. /day the class will have a debate based on the RAFTs. The debate will argue the benefits and consequences of non-renewable energy. A unit exam will be used as an assessment tool on the last day. Lesson Plan Overview Math Survey Says/

How to achieve the RIGOR expected in the CCSS AAEA

the expectations in those topics are much deeper. Without focus, deep understanding of core math concepts for all students is just a fantasy. A study of the standards demonstrates that there are areas of emphasis already engineered into the standards at each grade level. The shape of math in A+ countries Mathematics topics intended at each grade by at least two-thirds of A+ countries Mathematics topics intended at each grade/

Strategies for Effective Laptop Use in Higher Education Dr. Robin Kay & Dr. Liesel Knaack University of Ontario Institute of Technology Presented at EDUCAUSE.

Math on Trial Comparing teaching philosophies See http://webquest.org/http://webquest.org/ Student Use In Class Research Description Search for information on specific topic Can use library resources, electronic database Evaluate quality of resources used Examples Survey research in teaching and education Collecting good lesson plans Any topic(s) related to lecture Student Use In Class/ * Database14.2( 8.5)18.4( 7.8)-5.13 * Graphics13.8( 7.3)21.9( 7.0)-8.24 * Multimedia13.8( 6.6)24.0( 5.4)-13.92 * Create Web/

December Coffee Talk-Testing

to hold schools and districts accountable for progress. FCAT Graduation Requirement Graduation classes of 2011 and 2012 (current Juniors and Seniors) Reading- FCAT passing scale score of 300 (DSS 1926) or SAT critical reading score of 420 or ACT reading score of 18 Math- FCAT passing scale score of 300 (DSS 1889) or SAT math score of 340 or ACT math score of 15 math FCAT 2.0 Class of 2013 (current 10th graders) Reading/

Exponentials and Logarithms

problems. There is a 50 second video linked to help. Make sure you read the explanation if you get any problem wrong. Get 5 correct and then move on. Exponential Growth and Decay Exponentials Exponential Growth and Decay /for the inverse of a function f. There are 8 “your turn” questions at the bottom which will allow you to test your understanding. Inverse Functions (Review) Logarithms Inverse Functions (Review) Paul’s Online Notes (Algebra) - Inverse Functions http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/

School Code and Rewards AND 6SD Code and Rewards. Individual Individual School reward charts Personal target card Groups Topic themed tables. Tally chart,

) WSA 11.30a.m. Topic (Y6 Laptops) Topic (Y6 Laptops) MEET THE TEACHER September – Meet the teacher November – 1:1 Consultation and report card for Literacy, Maths, Personal Social and Targets for further development. Spring term – Focused open classroom visit, with appointments and opportunity to for parents to meet with teacher during the session. Summer term – Open classroom and formal end of year academic report. We have/

FEA/NJPSA - Judith T. Brendel - Spring 2014

19 19 Dan Meyer: Math Class Needs a Makeover Dan Meyer’s is a high school math teacher. I believe this/ = 3 c = ? 5 25 a b c 3 9 4 16 Implications of the CCSS on WHAT and HOW to teach… What are the/for the student Longer paragraphs Any text structure which is less narrative and/or mixes structures 106 The Standards are NOT new names for old ways of doing things… NOT … A different topic every day Every topic/concept treated as equally important Elementary students dipping into advanced topics at the expense of/

Barton St Lawrence Primary School Cherry Blossom Class Reception 2013-2014.

by 9:05am  Phonics 9:30am  Literacy 9:50am  Playtime 10:30am – children have toast  10:45am mental maths  11:05am mathematics  12pm lunch time with buddies Daily routine continued  1pm register  1:10pm topic time /classes and teachers.  10 Flag system – moving down a number means losing a minute of Golden Time.  4 Class Rules – Hands up, caring, sharing, listening.  House points as a reward Any Questions?  If you have any questions please feel free to stay and I will try to answer them for/

Teaching-Learning Cycle: From Design to Implementation

Gagne’s 9 Steps Madeline Hunter’s ITIP Model 5E Instructional Cycle Fundamental/topic. Works well for acquisition and presentation of new material and review. Line-Ups: Students discover that they each occupy a unique position in the class, and the class/ the classroom. Are graphically organized & color-coded. Math Sample ELA Sample Science Sample Word Walls Word Walls /the room for responses, asks random students to justify their responses, and clarifies and verifies to correct any misconceptions. /

Ideas and Strategies that Support Differentiated Instruction

a cube for. Is it possible for you to make 3 cubes for 3 different interests, levels, or topics? First Step: (use one of the cubes) Write 6 questions that ask for information on the selected unit. Use your 6 levels of Bloom, intelligence levels, or any of the cubing/Whole numbers Petition To Be Considered A Part of the Family A word problem Students in your class Set of directions How to Get to Know Me Language Arts Science History Math Format based on the work of Doug Buehl cited in Teaching Reading in the/

Adding Probabilities Advanced Math Topics. Vocabulary Simple Event: cannot be broken down into smaller events Rolling a 1 on a 6 sided die Rolling a 1.

math teachers, 9 language arts teachers, 8 social studies teachers, and 10 science teachers. If the teacher is chosen at random, what is the probability that the teacher is either a language arts teacher or a social studies teacher? Example 3 There are 7 girls and 6 boys on the junior class homecoming committee. A subcommittee of/ 4 people is being chosen at random to decide the theme for the class float. What is the probability that/

SAT MATH PREP. Introduction Danny Pham Graduated from California State University in Los Angeles Hobbies include watching Professional.

44 having the ¼ penalty for being incorrect 10 Student Response (Grid-in) Problems Today’s Topic – Numbers and Operations 1. Basic Strategies 2. Definitions 3. Translating Word Problems 4. Basic Math 5. Logic 6. Sets 7. Counting Techniques 8. Sequence and Series Basic Strategies I Read each Question Carefully Circle the Question and Underline Clues Example: In a class of 78 students 41 are taking/

Smarter Balanced 101.

onto NAEP Scales, IES August 2011 Math Risk CA Mapping State Proficiency Standards onto/of the topic Increases students ability to answer constructed response and performance task questions Preparation for the kind of thinking and writing they will demonstrate Grade 4 Animal Defenses Performance Task Teacher introduces topic with video stimulus ”Animal Defenses” Teacher leads whole class/9+ (excluding Windows RT) Chrome OS Chromebooks running Chrome OS (v19)+ 123 More on Security: Eligible devices of any/

Psychology Major Tutorial

for Psychology Majors Psychology Major Tutorial General Education Requirements (page 1) Development of Fundamental Skills of Inquiry (3-4 Courses 9-12 Hours) English 1102 and 1102 or English 1103 A Mathematics course (MATH 1100 is the lowest level pre-requisite for / as you can for the best chance of locating open classes. Be aware of any pre-requisites you need for courses – Hint: Clicking the CRN# in the schedule of classes will take you to a description of the course complete with any pre-requisites or/

"Opening” Mathematics: New Resources for New Approaches Scott Vashaw Director of Education Services Michigan Virtual School Jessica Everton Editorial Development.

Math Curriculum NROC Algebra 1―An Open Course Product Features Correlated to all US state frameworks and the Common Core Correlated to widely-adopted algebra textbooks Designed for online and hybrid classroom use Single-session formative assessment, multi-session CMS-based Supporting teacher professional development Rich, interactive multimedia with multiple instructional elements Michigan Virtual Addressing the Algebra Problem The Problem Class of 2011: 35.9% of 9/

Nancy Harris – Freshman Advisor for Computer Science

9:00am (EDT), you will be able to log onto e-campus to SWAP class /any order, except: Courses denoted by an asterisk (*), which require a Group 1 (mathematics) and/or Group 2 (science) prerequisite or corequisite • (See 2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog course descriptions for specific requirements) Group 1 (C3T1G1**) Choose one of the following: __ GISAT 151 Analytic Methods I: Topics in Applied Calculus for ISAT __ GISAT 251 Analytic Methods III: Topics in Statistics for ISAT __ MATH 103 The Nature of/

Introductory Training Course for Bilingual Teacher Certification Introductory Professional Development for Bilingual Teacher Certification Prepared by:

encourages the development of discourse around topics in math, an important part of student learning. The use of geoboards enables the students to experience a hands-on approach to understanding area. ●The students form groups of two to discuss and demonstrate how each of these words can be manifested using the geoboards. ●The bilingual teacher asks, “Would anyone like to volunteer and demonstrate to the class how their/

Tutorial on Text Mining and Link Analysis for Web and Semantic Web Marko Grobelnik, Dunja Mladenic Jozef Stefan Institute Ljubljana, Slovenia KDD 2007,

for learning 8. Using machine learning train a model for classification of triples into the summary 9/of 830,000 Reuters documents available fo research Distribution of documents (Reuters-21578) Example of Perceptron model for Reuters category “Acquisition” Feature Positive Class/any word Visualization Why visualizing text?...to have a top level view of the topics in the corpora...to see relationships between the topics/ Sets Relations Sets Relations Logic Math Logic Math Human Artifacts Human Artifacts Social/

Common Core Standards and Physical Best

. Pedometers: Pedometers can be used for all kinds of fun math-related activities. Kids can wear pedometers during class to see how many steps they’ve taken and then challenge themselves to take more steps during the next class. They can add the numbers together/ claims in a text, including the validity of the reasoning as well as the relevance and sufficiency of the evidence. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.9 Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare/

Welcome to Session 4: Making Math Language and Assessments More Accessible Please sign in. Fill out 3.1: Warm-Up in Section 3 of your binder. Coffee –

Bottom of Page 54 © 2010, EDC Video: Background Title I Math Coach who co-teaches 8 th grade math class and provides math support /Topic #9: Day 4 Wrap-Up In this section, we will: Do a wrap-up activity Assignment for next time (Wednesday, March 11th, 2015) 73 Day 4 Wrap-Up: Math Standards Expressions & Equations Apply and extend previous understandings of/Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of/

P3/4 Parents’ Briefing 31 Jan 2013.

Writing Portfolio: Select scores of 2 best compositions (1 of them to be completed in class. Discussions to be done.) 40 marks Text-Type Writing: Diary entries, postcards, emails 10 marks Storytelling in Class Tell any story/recite a poem within/ on selected topics P3 & P4 Maths Skills Tests P3 & P4 pupils will be tested on problem solving skills (Heuristics) For example, “Make a Systematic List”, “Guess & Check”, “Simplify a Problem”. P3 & P4 Maths Skills Test The format of the P3 & P4 Maths Skills tests /

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