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    complete a Venn Diagram by writing 2 differences, and 2 similarities between two versions of the same Folktales. Rationale: Using graphic organizers to represent similarities and differences has been shown to progress students ' understanding of content as well as their ability to identify and generate similarities and differences. Learner-Centered: Students will use comparing and contrasting skills throughout their lives in many different situations. Comparing and contrasting helps us make decisions. When we go to the cafeteria to buy lunch, we think about which lunch option we like more than the other item served…

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    Fairy Tales Business Plan

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    4/5 Spanish Lesson Plans Skills: Student will demonstrate understanding of animal vocabulary Student will be able to listen to read and read fairy tales/fables, focusing on comprehension and analytical skills. Student will be able to analyze the fairy tales for common elements and genre characteristics. Lesson 1: Fairy Tale Introduction and Element Identification Elements Lesson 2: Introduction of Vocabulary from Story 1, Read Story 1, Comprehension Questions from Story 1 Lesson 3:…

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    5. Visual text: This Venn diagram represents the various aspects of ones purpose. I discovered my purpose and the meaning of my life long before seeing this diagram however, viewing it now has made me realize that these components shown in the graph were how I determined my purpose. I aspire to become a doctor, as I believe it is my purpose, my fate. Academics have always been a strong suit of mine and I have a special love for science, in particular human biology. This is both something that I…

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    contrast the concepts between the two concepts. Student Outcomes: (What will the students do?) {5 pts} Students will identify the similarities and differences between Diana, Raja, and Mekea. Students will use these identified traits to compare and contrast the three characters. Prior Knowledge: (What, if any, prior experiences do the students have related to this lesson?) {7 pts} Students should have a sense of familiarity with the following vocab words: hero, studied, gazing, exercise, sore,…

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    and the consequences of not following instructions, as well as advising how to avoid getting trouble again. At the end of the lesson the students were encouraged to share their work with the rest of the class. In another social study lesson the students were to use information gathered in a Venn Diagram graphic organizer and write a compare and contrast essay composed of four paragraphs. The information came from a previous lesson about the First Thanksgiving. Same as in the first lesson…

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    would help them with their imaginative play to begin their writing. The writing portion mainly focused on having the students describe their thoughts about the book and draw pictures. Each lesson that was taught emphasized a different genre; these being a wordless picture book, a fiction book, and a nonfiction book. Our students loved the wordless picture book; from the way they reacted it looked like they had never read one before. Dashara and Tyrone loved making up their own understanding of…

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    group because we could just count, but with a large number this proved more difficult. Finding a formula that worked was easy, the more difficult part was figuring out why it worked and being able to explain that to a class. On activity 2.1 I was having a hard time visualising and understanding what parts of the circle on the venn diagram to shade in. It was easy to figure out when there was just one variable involved, but when there were multiple variables and steps, I became quickly confused.…

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    Fish Life Table

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    In order to generate a life history table, it was necessary to collect data. The class was divided into four groups. Each group was to collect 10 specimens of G. holbrooki from a pond found on the FIU campus, to total 40 collected specimens. Each group was handed a ruler and a fishing net. All members of the group were to accomplish a task. While one member fished the mosquitofish, another would measure the female mosquitofish in millimeters, another would collect the data, and all would serve…

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    object. This is a simple technique. However, I was a beginner to this software. Therefore, by learning the basic skills meant that I was able to learn additional skills, which are more advanced. The strengths of creating a mind map for this project. It is also easy to add ideas later, at any time and it helps you to focus on the links and relationships between ideas so you don 't just have disconnected facts. This is important as it saves time. Whereas, if you do it hand drawn it is time…

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    Nt1310 Unit 1 Study Guide

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    Question from Chapters 5,6,7,8 1. What UML diagram types do you need to represent the essential features of a system? A. Activity diagrams, which show the activity that make up a system process and the flow of control B. Use case diagrams, which show the interactions between a system and its environment. C. Sequence diagrams, which show interactions between actors and the system and between system components. D. Class diagrams, which show the object classes in the system and the…

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