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Identify a book which you could use to teach a lesson in one of the 5 math standards and tell why it would be appropriate.
Measurement Standad
- book: Length by Henry Pluckrose
This would be appropriate because it teaches about measuring using standard and non-standard units. It has wonderful pictures that the children can see and it age appropriate with the wording in the book.
Math Content Standards
- Number, Number Sense and Operations
- Measurement
- Geometry and Spatial Sense
- Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
- Data Analysis and Probability
Tell how you would integrate a piece of literature into the content areas.
Math - a book about counting from 1 to 10
Science - a book about the bones of the body
Social Studies - a book about the Statue of Liberty; a lesson about its history
Themes of Social Studies Standards
-Science, technology, and society
-Political Science
-civic ideals and practice
Math Assessment Strategies
-questioning and discussion
-children's drawings and writings
-student self-assessment
-performance tasks
-teacher-made tests
Herringbone Strategy
This strategy is used after the reading to summarize the story. You fill the chart out with each of the details questions that are listed. It helps the students to think about main idea,significant details, and the relationships they have.
Explain a reading strategy and tell how to use it in a content area.
Distinctive Features Activity
- Science: you can read a book about alligators and crocodiles. After reading the book, then the students can create a chart that compares and contrasts the features: environments, size, color, and noses.
Assessment techniques used for evaluating social studies instructions
-journal summary entries created by the whole class.
-use of word cards containing key concepts
-carousel assessment involving scribes from upper grades
-verbal response sharing in pairs,small groups,or whole class
-student porfolios w/informal interviews
National Researh Council
Key vocabulary words for math concepts
comparing words
positional words
directional words
sequence words
language of time
Conclusion of Charlotte's Web
At the conclusion of the story, charlotte had an egg sac that contained 514 eggs. She was proud of them but also sad because she did not think that she would live long enough to take care of them. Wilbur saw to it that the sac got back to the house because charlotte was not going to come for it. So he carried it in his mouth and took it back. Later that day charlotte died. In the spring the spider eggs hatched and there were three little spiders. Fern never came back to the barn again, but everyone else lived happily.
National Council for the Social Studies
Content Standards in Ohio's Model Science Program
Earth and Space Sciences
Science and Technology
Life Sciences
Scientific Inquiry
Physical Sciences
Scientific Ways of Knowing
Classroom Management Strategy
Token Economy - Given out to everyone the same amount of tickets per day/week. If the behavior is exceptional, you give a token, and if the bahavior is bad, then one is taken away. At the end of the week the stdents can purchase a prize or something based on the amount of tokens they have.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Science Process Skills