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Writing Numbers Using Playing Cards to Expand Numbers © Math As A Second Language All Rights Reserved next Writing Numbers 4.NBT#2.

Playing Cards to Expand Numbers © Math As A Second Language All Rights Reserved next Writing Numbers 4.NBT#2 © Math As A Second Language All Rights Reserved next Directions for the Teacher Review expanded notation with your students. next Click each time next appears. © Math As A Second Language All Rights Reserved next Directions for the Teacher Students should write the expanded form on a piece of paper/


Stoichiometry, Percent Yield, Unit 7 Review Week 26 Chemistry.

Practice  Teacher: 1. Will show the problem on the board  Students: 1. Take 27 seconds to read the problem and write your given and unknown 2. Take 78 seconds to solve the problem with your shoulder partner 3. Be ready to share when Mr. Ghosh says SWAG/+ 4 FeI 2 + 25 HCl  4 FeCl 3 + 13 ICl + 15 H 2 O Write the Learning Target Agenda  Warm Up: 5 Minutes  Expectations for Stations: 3 minutes  Stations Review: 36 minutes  Closing: 1 Minute How Will Stations Work?? You will be placed with a group of/


AUTHENTIC WRITING INSTRUCTION Seward Middle School October 24, 2013 Jill Johnson, ESU Please sit with your team.

:15 – 9:00 a.m.  Step 1: Becoming Aware of Our Writing Practices  Step 2: Unifying Instruction According to Grade Levels  Part Two:/to replace the INSTRUCTION of writing (Spandel, Creating Writers) TRAITS VS. WRITING PROCESS The Six +1 Traits The Writing Process  Ideas: the heart/REVIEW SCORING PRACTICE  Each person should score at least two papers.  If you are the first scorer, fold the bottom up after you score.  After the second person scores the paper, have a conversation about your scores. WRITING/


DATE: Tuesday, August 11th / 2015. TOPIC: Film Review OBJECTIVE:To analyze the purpose of a film review.

for critics to assess a film’s overall quality and determine whether or not they think the film is worth recommending. Film reviews have as an objective analyses of the film’s formal techniques and thematic content. Film reviews tend to be fairly short (approximately 600 to 1200 words), they require a lot of preparation before you begin writing/ During your second viewing, try distancing yourself from the plot and instead focus on interesting elements of the film that you can highlight in the review. You may/


Newton’s First and Second Law of Motion 12/15/14 12/15 Newton’s 1 st Law of Motion WB p. 73-75 12/16Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion WB p. 76 HW: TB p 138.

gas turbine exhaust. D.The sound pressure of speech is higher than that of turbine exhaust. Date: 12/15/14Goal: I can review and explain Newton’s first and second Law of Motion Bell Ringer: Write out the following equations using words. For example: v=d/t Velocity equals distance divided by time 1.GPE= mgh 2.a= v f -v i /t 3/


Software Review, Emerging Technology, & Innovative Uses Kaitlyn Hoskins Edu 214 1002 June 19, 2015.

provides students with a FAQ and help button. Software Review (cont.) Rate the program according to the following /write on/type on and quickly erase  Integrative presentations  Zoom, rotate, click on images/links.  Price:  US$3,799 to US$4,999, depending on size  Additional info:  SMART Board is compatible with all SMART technology (including variety of programs that require a SMART board)  http://education.smarttech.com/ SMART Board Innovative Uses for Second Life (virtual world)  “Second/


Lesson 13 Pages 77-79 Review Set, #s 7-30 November 4, 2015.

, #s 7-30 Ebrazele@echs.org November 4, 2015 REVIEW Compound nouns: Compound nouns are nouns made up of two smaller words, such as / is what your responses for the example on the previous page should be. VerbPresent Participle Past TensePast Participle avertIs avertingavertedHas averted petitionIs petitioningpetitionedHas petitioned ratifyIs ratifyingratifiedHas ratified taxIs taxingtaxedHas taxed reviseIs revisingrevisedHas revised More Practice Complete the chart by writing the second, third, and fourth /


Section 2.2 Acceleration and Newton’s Second Law.

for how to apply the second law to physics problems. 1. The net force is what causes acceleration. 2. If there is no acceleration, the net force must be zero. 3. If there is acceleration, there must also be a net force. 4. The force unit of newtons is based on kilograms, meters, and seconds. Ways to write/’s Second Law 2.2 Section Review 1. List three units in which acceleration can be measured. 2. According to Newton’s second law, what causes acceleration? What resists acceleration? 2.2 Section Review 3./


CMPE550 - Shaaban #1 Exam Review Fall 2015 11-23-2015 CMPE550 Exam Review 4 questions out of 6 questions (Must answer first 2 questions and 2 from remaining.

with write allocate? Vs. With L1 only = 85 x 10 6 accesses/ sec CMPE550 - Shaaban #83 Exam Review Fall 2015 11-23-2015 For CPU with L1, L2, L3 Cache: B.What is the total number of memory accesses generated by the CPU per second? The total number of memory accesses generated by the CPU per second = (memory access/instruction) x clock rate / CPI = 1/


CMPE550 - Shaaban #1 Exam Review Spring 2015 4-29-2015 CMPE550 Exam Review 4 questions out of 6 questions (Must answer first 2 questions and 2 from remaining.

with write allocate? Vs. With L1 only = 85 x 10 6 accesses/ sec CMPE550 - Shaaban #83 Exam Review Spring 2015 4-29-2015 For CPU with L1, L2, L3 Cache: B.What is the total number of memory accesses generated by the CPU per second? The total number of memory accesses generated by the CPU per second = (memory access/instruction) x clock rate / CPI = 1/


6-10 6 th grade math Using Integers. Objective To write and solve equations involving integers. Why? Writing equations and solving equations is continuing.

Problem Solving Process Understand – Understand math vocabulary used – Sketch pictures and diagrams – Look for the main idea in the problem – Decide what the question is – Choose the needed information/Bulldogs lost 12 yd on the first play, gained 5 yd on the second play, and lost 3 yd on the third play. How many yd had/= 181 – 121 -t = 60 t = -60 ˚F Objective Review To write and solve equations involving integers. Why? You can now write equations and solve equations to continue to add to the layer in the /


Polar Coordinates Review. Guidelines Answer the question in the time allotted. Write your answer on the white-board in front of you. When time is called,

Answer the question in the time allotted. Write your answer on the white-board in front of you. When time is called, hold up your board. Checkers will come around and check your work. If we need to review the process, the calculator will randomly select a group and person to present the solution. If the person selected is unable to explain/


APES – Math Review. Objectives: APES math expectations decimals averages percentages metric conversion scientific notation dimensional analysis.

notation is a shorthand way to express large or tiny numbers. We will consider anything over 1000 to be a large number. Writing these numbers in scientific notation will help you do your calculations much quicker and easier and will help prevent mistakes in conversions from one/ units. 9.46 x 10 7 seconds / 1 = 9.46 x 10 7 seconds – Step 6: Review your answer to see if it makes sense. 9.46 x 10 7 is a really big number. Does it make sense for there to be a lot of seconds in three years? YES! Example: /


Hello there! You will need one piece of blank paper to write on today and a half sheet of blank paper!

- Students will be able to… Why was Populism popular? What is a USHAP DBQ? How do we write a great one? AFL v Knights of Labor 2 second review Populism- pull up the document “The Populist Movement” How is Populism connected to the rise of Big Business/ is the difference between contextualization and the third type of synthesis? How to DBQ How do we actually write an effective DBQ in 55 minutes? 15 minutes for planning The first steps are similar to a long essay: 1.Deconstruct the prompt (1 minute) 2.Brief/


Quadratic equations A review. Factorising Quadratics to solve!- four methods 1) Common factors you must take out any common factors first x 2 +19x=0 1)

Quadratic equations A review Factorising Quadratics to solve!- four methods 1) / is very important. Negative means they are different and positive means the signs are the same Step 2 write down the factors of the constant 56 so that cross ways they add up to the middle term which/problems The height h m of a rocket above the ground after t seconds is given by The height h m of a rocket above the ground after t seconds is given by h =35t -5t 2. When is the rocket 50/ linear Draw the graph y = x 2 – 5x +5 for 0


1 ST SEMESTER TEST REVIEW Open your notebooks to page 107 and number your paper 1-35.

1 ST SEMESTER TEST REVIEW Open your notebooks to page 107 and number/ 12._________Form a hypothesis Each statement below is one of the five steps of scientific inquiry. In the blanks write the numbers (1-5) that put the steps into their correct order. 9.__________Ask a question 13. What/14. What is the wavelength of the wave if the speed is 800 m/second and the frequency is 40 Hz? Frequency = speed wavelength 15. What is the frequency of the wave if the/ because its mass is greater. STUDY FOR YOUR SEMESTER TEST


MLA Writing Center - Yakima Valley Community College.

source. Me 4 Tighter gun control in the United States erodes Second Amendment rights Quotations marks show where the exact words begin and end. ! Using quotes & paraphrases: a quick review Writing Center - Yakima Valley Community College Paraphrases tell your readers what/ source. But there are some general similarities. Author title of article title of publication Publisher Dates Pages Medium Basic format for a book with one author. Tan, Amy. Saving Fish From Drowning. New York: Putnam, 2005. Print. author /


SARAH NADIA BINTI AHMAD P66820. INTRODUCTION  The relation of writing and assessment.

1. the guidelines or criterions used by novice English teachers in evaluating on the students’ second language writing performance. 2. the reliability or validity and fairness of the evaluation done by novice English /assist them in assessing the students’ performance in English writing  The feedback given from experienced teachers – improvement for novice teachers  It can help the academicians to come up with better teaching curriculum REVIEW OF LITERATURE NOVICE & EXPERIENCED TEACHER  Hughes and/


Physics Review Physics Practice Problems Key. Question #1: You walk 100 meters in 15 seconds. What was your average speed in meters per second?

Physics Review Physics Practice Problems Key Question #1: You walk 100 meters in 15 seconds. What was your average speed in meters per second? Answer /bigger the mass is the more force force one needs to apply. 3 rd : Action/Reaction; for every action there is an equal, but opposite reaction. Question #6: What is the difference between/ #7: Acceleration is any change in the speed or direction of an object. Question #8: Write down formulas used in this unit. Answer #8: Speeds=d/t Momentump=mv WorkW=Fd ForceF=/


The WRITE Way To Engaged Written Communication Dr. Marie M. Schein Texas Christian University

Communication tools are reshaping the idea of reading and writing texts Goals of Writing Instruction in English as L1  To express ideas  To write clear and coherent sentences, paragraphs, essays, and other texts  To write effectively for multiple audiences  To contribute to a greater community of writers L1 Writing And Second Language Writing Process Writing to express Writing to read Reading to write Audience Purpose Occasion So what’s the difference/


WFTB Grades 4-6 Review of 3 Day Process and Elaboration Techniques Cristy Wellik Steph Reeves.

Grades 4-6 Review of 3 Day Process and Elaboration Techniques Cristy Wellik Steph Reeves pp. 290 - 292 Composing in Fourth/Fifth Grade Personal Narrative Writing Day 1 Prompt:/Writing Day 1 Last year my second grade class went to the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia, SC. We had been studying animals and we were going to see them first hand. African area Bird aviary Reptiles Elephants Giraffes Zebras Peacocks Parrots Squawking Different sizes Python 3 Cars long Slithered up tree Teacher models adding 3 details for/


Purpose Qualifying Exam (Dissertator status) Plan for your remaining education Convince your thesis committee the dissertation will “work” Beginnings.

along It doesn’t have to be done, but a good start. A credible plan for additional work: 1 or 2 essays, chapters etc. Knowledge of the Literature, data, and appropriate modeling/estimation approaches. How to Proceed Talk to faculty. As early as second year. Begin with writing Literature Reviews: – What are open questions? – What are limitations of previous studies? Papers and Projects in/


Naming Chemical Compounds and Writing Chemical Formulas.

Naming Chemical Compounds and Writing Chemical Formulas w/e 1/30Warm-ups112 1/26 – 1/29Fat Man Little Boy – Questions and Notes113 1/30Writing Formulas and Naming Compounds Notes 114 1/30Compounds Quiz115 Ionic vs. Covalent Compounds REVIEW  Ionic Compounds – contain a metal and a non- metal (example/P BaBr 2 Ga 2 S 3 ZnBr 2 Cs 3 P GeO 2 More Rules for Ionic Compounds  If the compound has more than 2 elements (polyatomic), the second name is one of the following: Oxidation # NO 2 nitrite1- NO 3 nitrate1- /


Let’s review:  A clause is a group of words containing a subject and a verb. › Example: when the frog jumped  An independent clause contains a subject.

review/chasing them. 1. Write down the sentence. /A. Expository – Write down everything you/? How do I write an effective body paragraph/dependent or (I) independent. Write it above the clause. /legs. Let’s review:  A clause/ her. 1. Write down the sentence./How do I write an effective body / Synonym – link together Antonym – incoherent Sentence – First, second, next, finally, and lastly are transitions. Etymology – 1551/ either (D) dependent or (I) independent. Write it above the clause.  Label each sentence as/


Writing Workshop Find the relevant literature –Use the review journals as a first approach e.g. Nature Reviews Neuroscience Trends in Neuroscience Trends.

Reviews Neuroscience Trends in Neuroscience Trends in Cognitive Science Writing Workshop Pick one theory Writing Workshop Pick one experiment Writing Workshop Pick one technique Writing Workshop Describe experimental design Binocular Rivalry What would happen if each eye receives incompatible input? Left EyeRight Eye Binocular Rivalry Percept alternates randomly (not regularly) between dominance and suppression - on the order of seconds/what stage is rivalry first manifested? For the answer we need to look /


No homework this week Stage 2 starts next week. Code review Team with N members is assigned N submissions to review Discuss submissions within team Everyone.

next week Code review Team with N members is assigned N submissions to review Discuss submissions within team Everyone on team writes up one review Write-ups are done /A pair has a first and a second element When pairs are used to construct lists, the first is called the “head” or the “car” the second is called the “tail”, “rest”/ are recursive on the list; instead they recurse on a list node This has implications for how the structure can support extension (see Visitor support, in later slides) States A /


Core Reading Program Enhancements

PROCEDURE 5. INDIVIDUAL TURNS Letter Sound Review Write letters from the Lesson Map on the board in random order. Put new or difficult letters on the board more than once. Do Say Focus Point just to left of letter Sound? Wait time 2 seconds Signal for student Tap/touch under letter* response Tap for stop sounds, touch for two seconds for continuous sounds Say: You’re going to/


EECC551 Review Instruction In-order Pipeline Performance.

EECC551 Review Instruction In-order Pipeline Performance. Instruction-Level Parallelism (/ tables has 2N entries and each entry is 2 bits counter. Total number of bits needed for second level = 2m x n x 2N bits In general, the notation: (m,n) GAp predictor means: / of the reorder buffer flushes the reorder buffer (sometimes called “graduation”) Instructions issue in order, execute (EX), write result (WB) out of order, but must commit in order. Static Compiler Optimization Techniques We already examined the /


EECC551 - Shaaban #1 Exam Review Fall 2001 11-6-2001 EECC551 Review Recent Trends in Computer Design.Recent Trends in Computer Design. Computer Performance.

read and 3 write for Int. Reg. & 5 read and 3 write for FP reg –Increased ports to memory (to improve memory bandwidth). –Superscalar decoding complexity may impact pipeline clock rate. EECC551 - Shaaban #96 Exam Review Fall 2001 11-6-2001 Hardware Support for Extracting More Parallelism Compiler/900 MBYTES/SEC Double Date Rate (DDR) SDRAM PC266 266MHZ 64-128 bits wide 2-way interleaved ~2.1 GBYTES/SEC (second half 2000) RAMbus DRAM (RDRAM) 400-800MHZ 16 bits wide ~ 1.6 GBYTES/SEC CPU Caches System Bus I/O /


The Von-Neumann Computer Model

No program counter (PC) or other CPU registers are used. Instructions specify: Location of first operand. - Location of second operand. Place to store the result. - Location of next instruction. Memory Op1 Op2 Res Nexti : Op1Addr: Op2Addr: / 1.71 Note: All fractions refer to original execution time. Major CPU Design Steps Using independent RTN, write the micro-operations required for all target ISA instructions. Construct the datapath required by the micro-operations identified in step 1. Identify and/


EECC551 - Shaaban #1 Exam Review Winter 2003 2-11-2004 EECC551 Exam Review 4-5 questions out of 5-6 questions Instruction DependenciesInstruction Dependencies.

We’ll go over the execution to complete first two loop iterations. (Expanded from loop example in Chapter 3.3) EECC551 - Shaaban #30 Exam Review Winter 2003 2-11-2004 Loop Example Cycle 19 0 19 Second S.D done (No write on CDB for stores) Second loop iteration done Issue third iteration BNE M(64) First two Loop iterations done EECC551 - Shaaban #31 Exam/


EECC551 - Shaaban #1 Exam Review Fall 2005 11-3-2005 EECC551 Exam Review 4 questions out of 6 questions (Must answer first 2 questions and 2 from remaining.

,loop L.D MUL.D S.D L.D MUL.D S.D M(64) Second S.D done (No write on CDB for stores) Second loop iteration done Issue fourth iteration L.D (to RS Load1) 54 4 0 First two Loop iterations done EECC551 - Shaaban #23 Exam Review Fall 2005 11-3-2005 L.D. I E E E E E E E/


EECC550 - Shaaban #1 Final Review Spring 2001 5-16-2001 CPU Organization Datapath Design: –Capabilities & performance characteristics of principal Functional.

Instruction Fetch ID = Instruction Decode EX = Execution MEM = Memory Access WB = Write Back First instruction, I Completed Last instruction, I+4 completed EECC550 - Shaaban #47 Final Review Spring 2001 5-16-2001 For 1000 instructions, execution time: Single Cycle Machine: –8 ns/cycle x 1 CPI/4($2) add$14, $5, $16 sw$16, 4($2) The data hazard occurs on register $16 between the second lw and the add resulting in a stall cycle With forwarding we need to find only one independent instructions to place between /


EECC551 - Shaaban #1 Exam Review Fall 2003 11-4-2003 EECC551 Review Instruction DependenciesInstruction Dependencies In-order Floating Point/Multicycle.

first two loop iterations. (In Chapter 3.2) EECC551 - Shaaban #29 Exam Review Fall 2003 11-4-2003 Loop Example Cycle 19 0 19 Second S.D done (No write on CDB for stores) Second loop iteration done Issue third iteration BNE M(64) First two Loop iterations done EECC551 - Shaaban #30 Exam Review Fall 2003 11-4-2003 Multiple Instruction Issue: CPI < 1 To improve/


DAL02 2 The literature review

after an interaction is internalised, it becomes mental activity.   Research indicates that if students do not respond within one second, teachers may repeat or rephrase the question (Rowe 1974). Every student has his/her own favoured ways of obtaining /be in those summaries? A student is reviewing studies of planning and reviewing for her study of Saudi university level females writing in English. Primarily she wants to report what they found about planning and reviewing. Here are some studies she includes /


EECC551 - Shaaban #1 Exam Review Spring 2004 5-5-2004 EECC551 Exam Review 4 questions out of 6 questions Instruction DependenciesInstruction Dependencies.

We’ll go over the execution to complete first two loop iterations. (Expanded from loop example in Chapter 3.3) EECC551 - Shaaban #22 Exam Review Spring 2004 5-5-2004 Loop Example Cycle 19 0 19 Second S.D done (No write on CDB for stores) Second loop iteration done Issue third iteration BNE M(64) First two Loop iterations done EECC551 - Shaaban #23 Exam/


18 April, 2000 CS1001 Lecture 20 Quizzes 3 and 4 review Application of Arrays –Stacks (continuation) –Sorting.

18 April, 2000 CS1001 Lecture 20 Quizzes 3 and 4 review Application of Arrays –Stacks (continuation) –Sorting 18 April, 2000 Quiz 3 Write a function that, given an integer N, calculate N! N/END DO First DO loop: iTable(i) 12 23 34 45 56 67 78 89 910 1011 Second DO loop: ijTable(j) 134 256 378 4910 18 April, 2000 Quiz 4, #2 Assume that/an array of 100 integers, and that a program has read in values for all 100 array elements. Write a fragment of Fortran code that will calculate and display the number of /


EECC551 - Shaaban #1 Exam Review Winter 2002 2-12-2003 EECC551 Review Instruction In-order Floating Point/Multicycle PipeliningInstruction In-order Floating.

the scoreboard senses that a functional unit completed execution, it checks for WAR hazards and stalls the completing instruction if needed otherwise the write back is completed. (In Appendix A.8) EECC551 - Shaaban #27 Exam Review Winter 2002 2-12-2003 Three Parts of the Scoreboard 1 Instruction/, thus each of the 2 m tables has 2 N entries and each entry is 2 bits counter. Total number of bits needed for second level = 2 m x n x 2 N bits In general, the notation: (m,n) GAp predictor means: –Record last /


CPU Organization Datapath Design: Control Unit Design:

4 + (SignExt(imm16) x4) else PC ¬ PC + 4 Instruction Fetch Instruction Decode Execution Memory Write Back Finite State Machine (FSM) Control Model State specifies control points for Register Transfer. Transfer occurs upon exiting state (same falling edge). Control State Next State Logic Output Logic inputs/) sw $16, 0($2) sw $15, 4($2) The data hazard occurs on register $16 between the second lw and the first sw resulting in a stall cycle With forwarding we need to find only one independent instructions to /


WRITING AS A LEARNING TOOL: INCORPORATING STUDENT-LED RESPONSE AND FEEDBACK INTO THE CURRICULUM Miranda Sin I Ma Fall 2014, October 22 CTLE Workshop.

their peer’s work Bigger-scale Ask students to:  Write for projects  Engage in staged academic writing  Engage in contextualized writing assignments Make a mark on your 3rd continuum Having students assess each other Using peer review Example of peer review guided questions (beginners)  Liu, J., & Hansen, J. G. (2005). Peer response in second language writing classroom. : The University of Michigan Press. (Original work published 2002) Example of/


Expository Writing The “How and Why” of Writing. What is Expository Writing? Expository writing is defined as presenting reasons, explanations, or steps.

. Definition of Terms Thesis Statement: The main idea of the whole essay Transition words: Words such as first, second, as a result, which make transitions easy in the essay. Main Ideas: Each paragraph should have a main point/To summarize your main ideas for your reader, so they leave your writing with clarity. Elements of Concluding Paragraph Restate your topic statement Review body paragraphs Concluding Paragraph Restate Thesis Review Paragraph Ideas Re-Cap: Expository writing needs: One topic Reasons /


Chapter 13 Forces of Motion. Velocity n. The speed and direction of an objects motion. The velocity of the train was 30 meters per second north. The velocity.

reference. 4) What is the formula for speed? Force. A push or pull that acts on an object. The force of the wind was very strong. Write you own sentence using this starter./ accelerate Newton’s 3 rd Law When one object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts a force on the first object. Action- law of motion. Forces/Go carts, sailing ships. What would be some other examples of complex machines? two electricity Review 1)What are two examples of a wheel and axle that can make work easier? 2)/


Excerpts from Elements of Writing, Pupils Edition, Second Course. Copyright 1998 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission.

Excerpts from Elements of Writing, Pupils Edition, Second Course. Copyright 1998 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission of the publisher. NOUN A word/ (collective) l 8. reading material (common) l 9. type of government (abstract) l 10. weather phenomena (compound) Noun Review Complete the paragraph by supplying nouns as indicated in parentheses. For sheer (1.abstract noun) nothing can beat a story about a sea monster. According to legend, sea monsters can be found in/


Ian Lucas Executive Director ETS Europe UK CRITERION ® Online Writing Evaluation.

: Grammar Usage Mechanics Style Organisation & Development What Criterion Can Provide A self-paced, risk-free learning environment Immediate (within 15 seconds) evaluation on writing performance Holistic score and diagnostic feedback Library of topics and sample essays for student and instructor review Individual, interactive student writing portfolios Intuitive Writer’s Handbook What Criterion Cannot Do Criterion technology does not actually read essays; it uses natural language/


Physical Science Do Now 1/13/11 1. Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat 2. Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things.

travels 300 miles in 4.75 hours? 5. What is the average speed of a snail that crawls 18 centimeters in 45 seconds? 6. If kid on a bicycle travels 14 miles in 1.7 hours, how fast did they ride? 1/20/11 /, Sound & Light Physical Science Daily Plan 3/4/11 Pick up “quiz” and do on your own paper!. DO NOT WRITE ON IT! →paper, pencil, yesterday’s notes Review for Test Review for Test Jeopardy Jeopardy Test Test Simple Machines Simple Machines ***Test Today: Energy, Waves, Sound & Light ***Test Today: Energy, Waves/


Response to Intervention www.interventioncentral.org RTI: Academic Interventions for Difficult- to-Teach Students Jim Wright www.interventioncentral.org.

by the tutee. The tutor follows this sequence: – Presents Cards. The tutor presents each card to the tutee for 3 seconds. – Remains Silent. The tutor does not provide performance feedback or praise to the tutee, or otherwise talk during /can occasionally collect and review them for accuracy and completeness (on a random and unpredictable schedule). Have students tally notes-review sessions. Guided notes are a powerful tool for reviewing course content. Students can be encouraged to write a checkmark on the /


As You Come In Get out your unit 1 goal sheet, fill it out and turn it in. Grab Unit 2 notes booklet and the worksheet packet. Review symbols cards with.

Working in the laboratory, a student finds the density of a piece of pure aluminum to be 2.85 g/cm 3. The accepted value for the density of aluminum is 2.699 g/cm 3. What is the students percent error? Percent Error = |2.85 – 2.699|/the problem review Notes-Density WS #4 Begin Density Lab Homework: Complete WS 4 Review Pass the Problem Each student has a problem to solve. The first student will do step 1 (write what you know) and pass the paper to the next student who will complete the second step. Continue/


Why is it important to be a good writer? Take 1:30 to write your answer down. How can we get better at writing?

write succinctly and write well.” “If you send an e-mail or write a report that has grammatical errors or isnt clearly written, bosses may believe that youre not a good representative of the company or say youre not ready for/ in the United States.” Write this down! Feedback Be specific—How? Or Why? Or What? Need Introduction/Conclusion Transition Words—First, Secondly, Finally, Likewise, Also / Similarities The Writing Process 1.) Outline 2.) Introduction 3.) Body 4.) Conclusion 5.) Proof Read Review Part 1:/


The Importance of Language Diversity in ESL Writing Workgroups By Aseel Kanakri The University of Akron.

students  First language, class performance, gender, and student preferences are the main criteria reported for dividing students into groups.  Each class has between 3 to 4 different languages. The Teachers/ when the teacher was not around. They used Arabic a lot.  The second group spoke too quietly and whispered to one another in Chinese from time to / tend to spend more time on editing and reviewing. 3. There is a similarity in the mistake patterns in the writings of the students who come from the same /


Literary Terms: Point-of-View!. Literary Terms Review First let’s review the literary terms we have learned so far… Setting (consists of two things) 1)

see is going to slip on a banana peel, the “Maury Show” where we know the man is not here for a makeover Literary Terms Review Plot (consists of four elements) 1) Rising Action: builds tension 2) Climax: turning point of the story 3) /reliable –Not very objective (factual) –Can’t go outside of their head and see others’ perspectives – Avoid in formal writing (compositions) Second Person Point-of-View Not used very often because it confuses the readers Author is talking to the reader “You” voice Associated Pronouns: /


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