Explicit, systematic, research-based instruction ensures active learning by all students. Dan, the Flying Man Comes to Our Town Grade Level s : K, 1-2 By: Amanda Post, K Teacher After reading Dan, the Flying Man, students make a class book describing what Dan would fly over if he came to our town. The student then writes his or her name in black marker in the bottom right corner of the page, and hangs the page in the hall on our clothesline. After they are finished, they can come to the computer, and the teacher can help them type it. Joy has contributed many stories, plays, and poems to New Zealand's School Journal, as far back as the 1960s and as recently as 2010. Explore music from a sociological perspective and take your students on a journey tracing the history and influence of music.
Brings together quality music, animations, games, and more to help teachers deliver inspiring general music instruction. It followed a young girl and her grandfather who go fishing. She currently lives in Wellington. Comments: The children really enjoy using the computer to type. Adaptive software that delivers personalized learning paths based on what students are ready to learn. Research-based, research-proven instruction that gives all children the opportunity to succeed.
It appeared to me, that the book is teaching children how to count and introduce the concept of rhyming. This would be an easy read for children who may be behind their peers in regards to their reading level. Develop math skills through explicit, systematic instruction with Connecting Math Concepts and more. We have 1 computer in our classroom, so the children could type throughout the day when we had extra time. Catch me, catch me if you can. Engaging media-rich social studies supplement to build critical thinking, writing, and research skills. Delivers user-friendly, step-by- step instructions for studio projects, including supplemental resources and self-assessment.
Provides evidence-based reading intervention to lift comprehension and fluency for struggling students. She has also worked as a teacher of creative writing for children in more than 10 countries and won critical acclaim for her adult novels and short stories. This book may also prove useful for bilingual students or those who are starting to learn English. The watercolor pictures may be cut around and pasted on the large construction paper, and their words will be typed on the computer and printed to be pasted along the bottom. Delivers teacher-directed, intensive instruction to develop conceptual understanding and problem solving. She is internationally recognised for her contribution to children's literacy and has written more than 600 early readers, along with novels and poetry for children. The latest in adaptive instruction, gamification, and digital project-based learning.
Uses the highly explicit, systematic Direct Instruction approach to accelerate reading for striving learners. In 2004, she received the A W Reed Award for Contribution to New Zealand Literature at the Montana New Zealand Book Awards. Develop confident, strong musicians from day one with an inspiring program designed to help students truly enjoy choral singing. Build literacy skills for students of all ages with Reading Mastery, Corrective Reading, and more. While it might seem more efficient, I don't think this would be appropriate to use in a computer lab when all the children could type at the same time.
It was very helpful for the students to have 1 on 1 attention when typing, and for those students who needed help in figuring out sounds that actually belonged in their words. Shared reading and guided reading lay the groundwork; literacy centers, content-area centers, and resource centers reinforce skill study and invite students to practice with hands-on word games and activities. And in 2010 she received a Prime Minister's Award for Literary Achievement. Connect your students to strong literacy foundations, inspiring literature, and the world around them. Learning solution that maximizes every moment for all students to progress toward high-level achievements.
Focuses on the elements and principles of art, art media, art history, and art criticism. Provides supplemental, hands-on and game-based resources to scaffold instruction and increase math proficiency. . Listen as the class names off things like, trees, McDonalds, the playground, busses, Wal-Mart, houses, people, puddles, the school, the street, my mom, etc. Reveal the full potential in every student with powerful explorations and rich mathematical discourse. What would he fly over? If letters are included that can't be heard, and don't belong, in that particular word, the teacher can help the child hear the right sounds, and type those.
Research-proven, teacher-led math intervention program helping math-challenged learners achieve success. Each child can paint several things that Dan might fly over when he comes to our town. Powerful and flexible standards-based curriculum to spark inquiry and ensure social studies mastery. The Story Box is an inviting, integrated classroom reading program structured to help each child realize their reading potential. . . .
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