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Kindergarten:
"JUNGLE GYM"Mini-Lesson - Positive Self Image: To instill confidence in each child while he/she embraces his/her uniqueness. Physical Activity: Each student will demonstrate the ability to: * hop, gallop, crawl * listen to directions(Under 3 ratings)
"JUNGLE GYM"Mini-Lesson - Positive Self Image: To instill confidence in each child while he/she embraces his/her uniqueness. Physical Activity: Each student will demonstrate the ability to: * hop, gallop, crawl * listen to directions(Under 3 ratings)
1st Lesson of the year!Teach kids about their own space, and location to others.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd LessonTell them the story of the friendly giant which in turn teaching them basketball shooting stance.(Under 3 ratings)
Cat's CornerTo encourage running, dodging and throwing skills. Promote spacial awareness. Encourage rules and safety of the gym.(Under 3 ratings)
I am Thankful for...Students should be able to read through poem and identify word wall words, all the "thankfuls", and any words that start with the letter of the day.(Under 3 ratings)
TumblingStudents will use large muscle groups and body awareness to move down the mat in various ways.(Under 3 ratings)
1st Grade:
Catching 1To improve hand/eye co-ordination To improve catching skills(Under 3 ratings)
Catching 1To improve catching skills with hand/eye co-ordiantion(Under 3 ratings)
Catching 2To improve Catching To improve hand/eye co-ordination(Under 3 ratings)
Catching 3To improve catching To improve hand/eye co-ordination(Under 3 ratings)
Eating Healthy and StayingTo educate the student on the importance of eating the right kinds of foods to stay healthy and to exercise to stay fit.(Under 3 ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(Under 3 ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(Under 3 ratings)
Opinion Writing Lesson Plans W.1.1Student should be able to write a good opinion piece, naming the topic/name of the book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply a reason for opinion, and provide a closure.(Under 3 ratings)
Peek-A-BooThe objective of this lesson is to helps students categorize and sort objects.(Under 3 ratings)
Peek-A-BooThe objective of this lesson is to helps students categorize and sort objects.(Under 3 ratings)
Thanksgiving PoemStudents will demonstrate knowledge of the letters in the work Thanksgiving. Students then will create another version of the poem below using the letters in the word Thanksgiving.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
Apples, Broccoli, and Carrots Oh My!define what a healthy food is. eating the rainbow and the food pyramid.(Under 3 ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills Proof reading and Peer review Words, 9-11-2014SWBAT: perform their own proofread, and peer review another students work(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills Proof reading and Peer review Words, 9-11-2014SWBAT: perform their own proofread, and peer review another students work(Under 3 ratings)
Interpersonal Communication and Body MovementStudents will learn about Understand healthy and effective interpersonal communication and relationships. Classify behaviors as helpful or hurtful to friendships. Interpret the feelings of others and how to respond when angry or sad. Explain why it is wrong to tease others. Recognize bullying behaviors and what to do if someone is bullied. Exemplify how to communicate with others with kindness and respect. With guidance and support from adults, use a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers. The physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction.(Under 3 ratings)
PoemsSWBAT tell the difference between a poem and a paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(Under 3 ratings)
Throwing & Catching a BallObjective 602.4.20-08: Teach a game-related skill to beginning students.(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
3rd: Dem Bones / Peer Gynt Suite Introduction (October)Today I can make a connection to science by using music and movement to understand the anatomy of the human body.(Under 3 ratings)
BadmintonThe students will understand the forehand concept of badminton.(Under 3 ratings)
Basketball ShotStudents should be able to demonstrate shooting a basketball by using the ‘B.E.E.F’ cues.(Under 3 ratings)
Basketball ShotStudents should be able to demonstrate shooting a basketball by using the ‘B.E.E.F’ cues.(Under 3 ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(Under 3 ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(Under 3 ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Work Shop, 09-10-2014SWBAT: Recognize and correct spelling and grammar in their stories(Under 3 ratings)
INVITATIONS TO LOST THINGS THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE AND "THE SECRET OF SUCCESS?"Students will identify the shared theme of a play and a nonfiction article. Students will analyze point of view and author's purpose in the poem. Students will define and use basic Arts and Humanities vocabulary to stage and perform a classroom play.(Under 3 ratings)
K-3 Golf Introduction Lesson 1A student should be able to correctly identify and name the parts of a club. Terminology such as: grip, stance, set-up, athletic posture, addressing the ball and a basic swinging motion will be introduced. Today's lesson will cover safety and an awareness of how to conduct oneself in a practice range setting.(Under 3 ratings)
K-3 Golf Introduction Lesson 1A student should be able to correctly identify and name the parts of a club. Terminology such as: grip, stance, set-up, athletic posture, addressing the ball and a basic swinging motion will be introduced. Today's lesson will cover safety and an awareness of how to conduct oneself in a practice range setting. We have the children point to the part of their body that matches the club part.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo practice for the New York State Exam(Under 3 ratings)
Mondarian grade 3Students will identify abstract art. They will make mathematical geometric connection.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson PlanThe students will be able to name components of health-related fitness (cardio respiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition) with 80% accuracy while participating in activities to achieve personal set fitness goals related to the President's Fitness Challenge.(Under 3 ratings)
SEABISCUIT "APRIL RAIN SONG"Students will identify personification. Students will identify the main idea of an play. Students will identify how historical setting contributes to a play. Students will identify the meaning and purpose of idioms.(Under 3 ratings)
The Rocket's Red GlareStudents will identify important events in the play and make connections to the poem it inspired.(Under 3 ratings)
The Rocket's Red GlareStudents will identify important events in the play and make connections to the poem it inspired.(Under 3 ratings)
Welcome to the FutureStudents will make inferences from the nonfiction article and poem about what their lives might be like if they lived 100 years from now.(Under 3 ratings)
“A Punctuation Story”Students will study personification and consid3⁄4er the roles of punctuation marks in sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
April 27-May 1The students can compare two decimals(Under 3 ratings)
Day 2 - Labeling the Parts of a Poem- Students will correctly identify the parts of poems so that when given a poem they can correctly identify all of its structural elements.(Under 3 ratings)
Day 3 - Labeling Parts of a Free Verse Poem- Students will correctly identify the parts of poems so that when given a poem they can correctly identify all of its structural elements.(Under 3 ratings)
Day 9 - Bio Poems- Students will correctly identify the parts of poems so that when given a poem they can correctly identify all of its structural elements. - Students will determine the theme of a poem so that when given a poem they can correctly explain the theme using their own words. - Students will develop poetry-related vocabulary, so that when summarizing a poem they can effectively use fourth grade language.(Under 3 ratings)
Edgar Allen PoeSygdfhiuog;nigbndfl(Under 3 ratings)
K-PREP TESTING May 19, 2014By the end of the year, students will be able to read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, in the grades 4-5 text complexity band proficiently.(Under 3 ratings)
K-PREP TESTING May 27, 2014By the end of the year, students will be able to read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, in the grades 4-5 text complexity band proficiently.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan>Student will be able to use each new word in a sentence. >Peer Editing - Students will work in small groups and peer share their rough draft of Realistic fiction story > Short Vowel practice / Imperative and Exclamatory Practice is used for students to be able to create place appropriate endings to a sentence. > Student will be able to create sentences using correct expressions(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanIF WE PRACTICE BASKETBALL WILL IT MAKE US BETTER AND DEVELOP MORE SKILLS IN THE AREA WE ARE PRACTICING AND STUDYING.(Under 3 ratings)
Poetry/Information/Literature May 12, 2014Students will be able to determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by details. Students will be able to summarize the text. Students will be able to interpret information presented visually, orally or quantitatively to explain how the information contributes to an understanding of the text. Students will be able to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.(Under 3 ratings)
Poetry/Informational Text May 5, 2014Students will be able to determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by details. Students will be able to summarize the text. Students will be able to interpret information presented visually, orally or quantitatively to explain how the information contributes to an understanding of the text. Students will be able to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.(Under 3 ratings)
Team 3 11/17/2014 - 11/21/2014By the end of this lesson, students will refer to parts of poems when writing or speaking about a text, using terms such as stanza; describe how each successive part builds on earlier sections with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will form and use possessives with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
5th Grade English Week of 09-08-14I can... - Identify prepositions, objects of the preposition, and prepositional phrases - Explain subject/verb agreement rules - Establish the different between subjects and predicates, and recognize the difference between simple and complete - Identify different writing forms - Explain different points of view in writing(Under 3 ratings)
Celebrate National Poem in Your Pocket DayI will inspire appreciation of poetry through sharing poems with other students.(Under 3 ratings)
Finding the Theme of a PoemStudents will: Determine the theme of a poem and use details from the poem to support their responses.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent should be able to correctly identify which category (carbohydrates, fats, or proteins) different foods belong in. Students will be able to work together responsibly and cooperatively in small groups during physical activities. Student should be able to explain proper nutrition in relation to food choices and physical activity.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to perform the basics of passing a ball by being able to know what ready position is and how to place their hands(Under 3 ratings)
Nutrition and ExercisingStudents will be able to read and understand the nutrition labels on food, learn physical exercises that will aid to their health, and have the ability to select better food choices.(Under 3 ratings)
W: Ready Gen Unit 3 Module B Lesson 1Analyze how a writer introduces and develops a topic using an observation. Research a topic. Write and introduction that develops the topic.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
4/28-4/30 WESTEST PrepWestest preparation(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade: October 19-23, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(Under 3 ratings)
Activity Needs PrepStudents will demonstrate preparation for class with a basic knowledge of the reading material. Meets outcomes 1, 2, 5, 7(Under 3 ratings)
Basketball ShotStudents should be able to demonstrate shooting a basketball by using the ‘beef’ cues. 1.Balance the ball on your shooting hand; 2.Elbow stays directly under the ball and over your knee; 3.Eye on the target (the front of rim); 4.Follow through snapping the wrist high over your head. The students should be able to perform the correct shooting form 4 out of 5 times.(Under 3 ratings)
Bowel Elimination Prep1. Explain the nursing knowledge necessary for care that addresses the bowel elimination needs of adult med-surg patients. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect bowel elimination in adult med-surg patients. 5. Describe medications that pertain to the bowel elimination needs of an adult patient 6. Describe prevention strategies that address the bowel elimination needs of adult med-surg patients. 8. Identify teaching strategies for health instruction that address the bowel elimination needs of adult med-surg patients.(Under 3 ratings)
comparing two poemsStudents will compare and contrast two poems from a similar point of view and subject matter.(Under 3 ratings)
Essential Math Concepts Prep2. Convert measurement within the metric system and the household system. 3. Convert all measures to the same system and same unit of measure within the system before calculating drug dosage 4. Calculate drug dosage using one of the general formulas(Under 3 ratings)
Fluid and Electrolyte Prep Work1. Explain the nursing knowledge necessary for care that addresses the fluid and electrolyte needs of adult med-surg patients 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect fluid and electrolyte needs in adult med-surg patients. 3. Explain how to use the nursing process as a clinical decision-making strategy for providing care that addresses the fluid and electrolyte needs of adult med-surg patients. 6. Describe prevention strategies that address the fluid and electrolyte needs of adult med-surg patients.(Under 3 ratings)
General InfoTSWBAT identify the sections of the test, key things they have to know..(Under 3 ratings)
Infection Control PrepThe student will show preparation for class by answering a few questions about infection control. 1. Explain the knowledge necessary for preventing and controlling infection in adult med-surg patients. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify adult med-surg patients at risk for developing an infection. 4. Describe and prioritize caring interventions used to break the chain of infection. 5. Describe prevention strategies for limiting the transfer of pathogens.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTLW: Compete and participate in daily activity as directed and instructed by PE Coach. Follow directions and emulate given example of activity. Activities include cone dodge ball, basketball or outside play.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTLW: Compete and participate in daily activity as directed and instructed by PE Coach. Follow directions and emulate given example of activity. Activities include cone dodge ball, basketball or outside play.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo use creativity to cover wooden letters to use as decorative accent pieces.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans March 31st-April 4thThe learner will: 1. Understand the purpose of nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, and prepositional phrases in their writing and in grammar study. 2. Complete a Grammar Test over all of these parts of grammar weekly. 3. Write responses daily for class discussions. 4. Type essays in computer lab (5 paragraph essay topic for portfolio-Wednesday Computer Lab) 5. Understand & site textual evidence & prepare this for Writing Performance Task Assessment 6. Benchmark Prep- Reading Released Items for practice(Under 3 ratings)
Loss and Grieving Prep1. Explain the nursing knowledge necessary for care that addresses the needs of adult med-surg patients who are experiencing loss and grieving. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect adult med-surg patients who are experiencing loss and grieving. 3. Explain how to use the nursing process as a clinical decision-making strategy for providing care of adult med-surg patients who are experiencing loss and grieving. 4. Describe and prioritize caring nursing interventions that address the needs of adult med-surg patients who are experiencing loss and grieving. 5. Describe prevention strategies used in caring for adult med-surg patients who are experiencing loss and grieving. 6. Practice communication techniques, including information technologies, in caring for adult med-surg patients who are experiencing loss and grieving. 7. Identify teaching strategies for health instruction of adult med-surg patients who are experiencing loss and grieving.(Under 3 ratings)
Medication/Dosage Cal. Part 2 Prep1. Explain the nursing knowledge necessary for safe medication administration to patients with diverse needs.(Under 3 ratings)
Medication/Dosage Calculation Prep Work1. Explain the nursing knowledge necessary for safe medication administration to patients with diverse needs. 5. Identify teaching strategies for health instruction that address the needs of patients receiving medication.(Under 3 ratings)
Oxygenation Prep Work1. Explain the knowledge necessary for care that addresses the oxygenation needs of adult med-surg patients. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect oxygenation needs in adult med-surg patients. 6. Describe prevention strategies that address the oxygenation needs of adult med-surg patients. 7. Practice communication techniques, including information technologies that address the oxygenation needs of an adult med-surg patient. 8. Identify teaching strategies for health instruction that address the oxygenation needs of adult med-surg patients.(Under 3 ratings)
Pain Management Prep Work1. Explain the nursing knowledge necessary for care that addresses the comfort needs of adult med-surg patients. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect comfort needs in adult med-surg patients. 5.Describe prevention strategies that address the comfort needs of adult med-surg patients.(Under 3 ratings)
PEStudents will learn how to keep bowling scores. Students will learn to follow game rules. Students will learn the importance of good health, physical endurance, and team work.(Under 3 ratings)
PEStudents will learn how to keep bowling scores. Students will learn to follow game rules. Students will learn the importance of good health, physical endurance, and team work.(Under 3 ratings)
PE Bowling - with reading strategyStudents will learn how to keep bowling scores. Students will learn to follow game rules. Students will learn the importance of good health, physical endurance, and team work. Students will plan and produce a brochure giving important information about bowling, including the unit's terminology.(Under 3 ratings)
PE Bowling - with reading strategyStudents will learn how to keep bowling scores. Students will learn to follow game rules. Students will learn the importance of good health, physical endurance, and team work. Students will plan and produce a brochure giving important information about bowling, including the unit's terminology.(Under 3 ratings)
Pharmacology Prep1. Explain the knowledge necessary for safe medication administration to patients with diverse needs. 2. Describe the physiological mechanisms of medication action. 3. Differentiate among different types of medication actions 4. Discuss factors that influence medication actions. 5. Discuss the nursing implications, including client teaching, related to herbal products(Under 3 ratings)
Prep for First Day of Class1. Identify Key items within the syllabus and electronic course resources. 2. Understand how to utilize the topical outline. 3. Identify the steps of the nursing process.(Under 3 ratings)
Prep Nutrition Case Study ActivityStudents will use case study questions to help guide there reading. Answering questions will help prepare students for class. 1. Explain the nursing knowledge necessary for care that addresses the nutritional needs of adult med-surg patients. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect nutrition in adult med-surg patients. 3. Explain how to use the nursing process as a clinical decision-making strategy for providing care that addresses the nutritional needs of adult med-surg patients. 4. Describe and prioritize caring nursing interventions that address the nutritional needs of adult med-surg patients. 5. Describe prevention strategies that address the nutritional needs of adult med-surg patients. 6. Practice communication techniques, including information technologies that address the nutritional needs of an adult med-surg patient. 7. Identify teaching strategies for health instruction that address the nutritional needs of adult med-surg patients.(Under 3 ratings)
Reliable and Unreliable SourcesSWBAT determine the difference between a reliable and unreliable online source.(Under 3 ratings)
Sensory PrepThe student will show preparation for class by answering a few questions about mini-case study which involves a patient with a sensory alteration. 1. Explain the knowledge necessary for care that addresses the sensory needs of adult med-surg patients. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect sensory function in adult med-surg patients. 4. Describe prevention strategies that address the sensory function needs of adult med-surg patients. 5. Practice communication techniques, including information technologies that address the sensory function needs of an adult med-surg patient. 6. Identify teaching strategies for health instruction that address the sensory function needs of adult med-surg patients.(Under 3 ratings)
Skin Integrity Prep Work1. Explain the knowledge necessary for care that addresses the skin integrity needs of adult med-surg patients. 2.Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect skin integrity in adult med-surg patients. 5.Describe prevention strategies that address the skin integrity needs of adult med-surg patients.(Under 3 ratings)
The Surgical Patient Prep Work1. Explain the nursing knowledge necessary for care that addresses the needs of adult med-surg patients undergoing surgery. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect adult med-surg patients undergoing surgery. 5. Describe prevention strategies that address the needs of adult med-surg patients undergoing surgery.(Under 3 ratings)
The Walrus and the CarpenterStudents to use vocabulary terms that they learned the previous day to analyze the poem, walrus and the carpenter.(Under 3 ratings)
Urinary Elimination Prep1. Explain the knowledge necessary for care that addresses the urinary elimination needs of adult med-surg patients. 2. Describe assessment techniques to identify factors that affect urinary elimination in adult med-surg patients. 3. Describe medications that pertain to the urinary elimination needs of an adult patient 8. Identify teaching strategies for health instruction that address the urinary elimination needs of adult med-surg patients.(Under 3 ratings)
Volleyball PassingStudents will understand the basics of passing a volleyball and 85% of the time be able to have good form(Under 3 ratings)
Writing PoemsTSW write a narrative/ lyric poem that is an original composition. Then they will label poet elements in their poem.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
4 Keys of ShootingStudents will learn the proper techniques for shooting a basketball. Using "BEEF" 1) Balance 2) Elbow 3) Eyes 4) Follow through Students will be demonstrated each step in mass formation then sent to baskets to go through the 4 keys.(Under 3 ratings)
4/28-4/30 WESTEST PrepWestest preparation(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 09-08-14I can... - Identify prepositions, objects of the preposition, and prepositional phrases - Recognize the four kinds of sentences - Explain the difference between singular, plural, common, and proper nouns - Explain the difference between complete subjects/predicates - Use the Noun Job Chart - Create practice and revised sentences(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade: October 19-23, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(Under 3 ratings)
April PoemSWBAT read poems and identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives. SWBAT create diamante poems about their favorite season of the year.(Under 3 ratings)
April PoemSWBAT read poems and identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives. SWBAT create diamante poems about their favorite season of the year.(Under 3 ratings)
Creating a Gymnastics RoutineStudents will work together using communication skills to create a gymnastics routine using that includes basic tumbling skills and static balance poses.(Under 3 ratings)
Creating a Gymnastics RoutineStudents will work together using communication skills to create a gymnastics routine using that includes basic tumbling skills and static balance poses.(Under 3 ratings)
English 3-29 to 4-1Review punctuation--semicolon, colon, and quotations; vocabulary building; reading literary text(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan(Under 3 ratings)
Monday, March 7 - Friday, March 11Students will identify and analyze figurative language by completing a close read activity. Students will determine the theme or meaning of "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten by analyzing figurative language and determining the tone of the speaker. Students will demonstrate their understanding of figurative language, poetic sound devices, and structure by presenting their poems and explaining these elements to their classmates.(Under 3 ratings)
October 3 - 5RL.7.2 Determine a theme or central idea of "The Highwayman" and analyze its development over the course of the text; provide an objective summary of the text. RL.7.3 Analyze the interactions between individuals, events, and ideas in "The Highwayman" (e.g. how ideas influence individuals or events, or how individuals influence ideas or events). RL7.4 Determine the meaning of words ans phrases as they are used in "The Highwayman."(Under 3 ratings)
Prediction Test PrepStudents will be able to make predictions about what will happen next in a story(Under 3 ratings)
Prediction Test PrepStudents will be able to make predictions about what will happen next in a story(Under 3 ratings)
Static-Balance PosesStudents will learn how to use angles and weight distribution to perform various static balance poses with a group(Under 3 ratings)
Static-Balance PosesStudents will learn how to use angles and weight distribution to perform various static balance poses with a group(Under 3 ratings)
TumblingStudents will learn how to correctly perform basic tumbling moves including forward roll, backward roll, cartwheel, round-off, head-stand, and hand-stand.(Under 3 ratings)
TumblingStudents will learn how to correctly perform basic tumbling moves including forward roll, backward roll, cartwheel, round-off, head-stand, and hand-stand.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
8th Grade Girls Week 7ELA: Students should be able to: Effectively take a standardized exam. Peer-edit papers with their comrades. USHIST: Students will be able to: Understand the voyages of early European Adventurers. Observe and discuss the different contributions and issues faced by each explorer(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade: October 19-23, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(Under 3 ratings)
Aerobic EnduranceGiven proper instruction about aerobic endurance, students will verbally explain to their teacher what “aerobic endurance” is along with the sports with which it’s associated. Students will be able to apply their knowledge of aerobic endurance in participating in endurance games.(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry Lesson Plans 4-28 to 5-2KNOW key concepts of topic UNDERSTAND skills needed for a context performance task DO activity involves brainstorming, pairing/sharing ideas; recording notes(Under 3 ratings)
Bill of Rights acrostic PoemStudents should be able to know and understand the ten Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. Students create a Bill of Rights acrostic poem.(Under 3 ratings)
Breast CancerTo aware children of the effects of Breast Cancer and how to detect Breast Cancer.(Under 3 ratings)
How to Throw and Recieve a SoftballTSWBAT throw a softball, using proper mechanics to a stationary target and receive a softball from that person.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan for 10/29/13 Cynthia OglesbyRL 5 - Analyze how the structure of a text contributes to its meaning. RL 10 - Read and comprehend poems.(Under 3 ratings)
Peer EditingStudents should be able to work with someone their own age to help improve, revise and edit a piece of writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Sub PlansStudents should be able to answer science based questions on grade level independently.(Under 3 ratings)
The Monkey's Paw Pt. 2Students should be able to identify key elements that make up a suspenseful story.(Under 3 ratings)
What makes a poem?The students should be able to identify and analyze elements of poetic form. The students should be able to identify and analyze a poem's speaker. The students should be able to compare traditional form with free verse. The students should be able to identify and analyze sound devices, imagery, and figurative language.(Under 3 ratings)
What makes a poem?The students should be able to identify and analyze elements of poetic form. The students should be able to identify and analyze a poem's speaker. The students should be able to compare traditional form with free verse. The students should be able to identify and analyze sound devices, imagery, and figurative language.(Under 3 ratings)
What makes a poem?The students should be able to identify and analyze elements of poetic form. The students should be able to identify and analyze a poem's speaker. The students should be able to compare traditional form with free verse. The students should be able to identify and analyze sound devices, imagery, and figurative language.(Under 3 ratings)
What makes a poem?The students should be able to identify and analyze elements of poetic form. The students should be able to identify and analyze a poem's speaker. The students should be able to compare traditional form with free verse. The students should be able to identify and analyze sound devices, imagery, and figurative language.(Under 3 ratings)
World War I - In Flanders FieldLeaning Targets I can: Cite evidence to support analysis of a primary source. Determine the central idea a primary source(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
2015 Spring Term Darüşşafaka Schools PREP A Lesson PlanIntroducing students with new vocabulary. Helping students listen to an audio and complete it. Helping students write dialogues.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade Basketball ShootingShoot with accuracy, control and proper technique(Under 3 ratings)
Algebra prep LP (emergency)Students will solve problems on different topics of CC Algebra(Under 3 ratings)
Body-Weight ExercisesStudents should be able to observe, complete, and describe each body-weight exercise, as well as their functions.(Under 3 ratings)
Factoring Trinomials/ EOC PrepStudents will learn to factor trinomials and then solve the equations(Under 3 ratings)
Healthy and Unhealthy RelationshipsBy the end of the lesson students will be able to: • Apply the concepts of healthy relationships to their own interpersonal relationships • Be aware of the warning signs of unhealthy relationships and know where they can go to receive help(Under 3 ratings)
Increasing Basketball Dribbling SkillsIncreasing dribbling skills(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1) Students will be able to demonstrate proficient movement skills in weight training. 2) Students will be able to analyze and evaluate their performance of complex movements.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education - Body Dysmorphia DisorderTEACHER NOTE: Ask the student - How many of you have something about yourself that you don't like? What are we talking about today? - Today we are talking about Body Dysmorphic Disorder. What is Dysmorphia? - deformity or abnormality in the shape or size of a specified part of the body What is Body Dysmorphia? - a cycle of obsessive thoughts about one or more parts of their body which they believe to be noticeably flawed(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education - Body Dysmorphia DisorderTEACHER NOTE: Ask the student - How many of you have something about yourself that you don't like? What are we talking about today? - Today we are talking about Body Dysmorphic Disorder. What is Dysmorphia? - deformity or abnormality in the shape or size of a specified part of the body What is Body Dysmorphia? - a cycle of obsessive thoughts about one or more parts of their body which they believe to be noticeably flawed(Under 3 ratings)
Regents prepStudents will learn how to solve regents type questions in order to get ready to take the test in January(Under 3 ratings)
Relationships and LoveBy the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Understand the different types of relationships from friendship to love • Explain the different types of love • Define the dimensions of love(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball perfectly without errors.(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball perfectly without errors.(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(Under 3 ratings)
The Family UnitBy the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Define the different types of families in American society • Explain the various ways families discipline their children(Under 3 ratings)
Verbal Poem and IllustrationStudents will use conventional grammar and spelling as well as verb phrases to create a poem. Students will select an appropriate illustration for poem that demonstrates knowledge of the poem's theme.(Under 3 ratings)
Why "A Dream Deferred"?-Students will evaluate the figurative language in "A Dream Deferred" -Discuss how an author introduces a piece of literature. -Make connections between the theme of the poem and the theme of "The American Dream" -Write a short essay response answering why Hansberry used the poem.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
Chantel's Lesson PlanTo have students demonstrate 3 different types of dance. With 30 seconds of each style of dance.(Under 3 ratings)
FootballTo introduce the students to the equipment needed for football and the proper terminology that goes along with the game.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will make observations about two passages, then compare the two forms of writing(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe Students are going to answer questions on four white boards on the field. Each white board will have random words that must be organized into a fitness activity set of directions. The students will perform the action move onto next board until all actions are complete.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1. Students will understand the role and purpose of Peer Court. 2. Students will recognize similarities and differences between Peer and 'real' court. 3. Students will understand how participation in Peer Court helps prepare them for the role they will eventually play as Criminal Justice professionals and as jurors when they are adults.(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 111. Learn the benefits of team sports and the objectives of competitive play. 2. Identify questions to ask when choosing the right sport.(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 181. Review fitness goals and semester-long experience with daily physical activity. 2. Evaluate performance and note improvements in endurance, strength, flexibility, and skills. 3. Engage in physical activity and experience the health benefits of exercise.(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 19Assess your health and fitness goals Create a fitness and/or diet plan for this semester that is detailed and measurable Exercise daily and work towards your fitness goals(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 20Identify and re-explain the students' weekly assignment - Activity Journal Identify and explain the students upcoming assignment - Week 5 Current Event(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 21Identify students' Week 5 assignment Identify metabolism boosting foods Identify and explain brown fat Identify and explain why strength training is important for teens(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 22Identify and explain the PE Activity Log assignment Identify the due date of the Activity Log Describe the process and criteria needed for a complete and correct Activity Log(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 23Identify and explain the assignments for the week: The Activity Log should be submitted through the journal tab. Boys and Girls PE Extra Credit assignment opportunity(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 24Identify the assignment, the Activity Log that needs to be turned in(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 25Identify the weekly assignment(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 27Identify the weekly assignment(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 9Evaluate current fitness level and review exercise form and technique. Revise goals as necessary based on knowledge acquired so far.(Under 3 ratings)
Per 4 PEClass Coverage(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education 9/16Field Work-Active and Passive Stretching(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education lesson 1Explain the expectations of the course. Understand the course set-up, content subject of course, and types of activities and assignments students will need to accomplish. Demonstrate ability to use course tools and access announcement section, calendar of lessons and assignments, course lessons, due dates, dropbox, teacher contact information and class connect time. Identify the subject matter and scope of course. Explain expectations and appropriate behaviors during class connect sessions. Explain blackboard tools that the students will be using during Class Connect sessions such as the whiteboard, app share, web tour, emoticons, raise your hand, microphone, chat, polling, ect Understand course objectives, process, assignments, and, journals Explain the process of the course.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 101. Identify benefits of individual physical activities and team sports. 2. Gain an overview of different types of exercise experience - indoors and outdoors. 3. Identify benefits of working-out outdoors. 4. Recall health and fitness benefits of aerobic and anaerobic exercise. 5. Identify a resource that can be used to track students' fitness progress.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 21. Explain the importance of exercise and identify examples of its effects on your physical and mental health 2. Explain the importance of stretching before and after your workouts and its affects on your body 3. Identify different stretches 4. Identify the goal of a personal fitness plan(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 31. Understand the importance of a strong circulatory system and respiratory system to overall health. 2. Identify and understand the role of the cardiovascular system - the circulatory system and respiratory system and their importance to your health 3. Learn the benefits of exercise on your cardiovascular system, your heart and lungs 4. Identify how to measure different heart rates 5. Measure heart rates to determine Target Heart Rate(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 41. Identify and define anaerobic exercise 2. Identify and describe the types of anaerobic exercise 3. Identify the body's muscle groups that benefit from anaerobic exercise 4. Explain the fundamentals of anaerobic exercise 5. Identify a strength training regimen 6. Explain the precautions that must be taken while completing anaerobic exercise(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 51. Identify and explain the value of nutrition and healthy food choices to one's health 2. Identify, define, and explain the use of calories 3. Define and understand metabolism and metabolic rate 4. Identify how genetics and physical activity help your body convert food into energy 5. Identify excess calories in your diet 6. Identify proteins, minerals, vitamins, carbohydrates, and fats and how they relate to you health 7. Identify and explain purpose of hydration and it's affects on your health 8. Identify side affects of dehydration(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 61. Recognize the importance of proper safety techniques and equipment in avoiding injury. 2. Identify common sports injuries and how they should be treated. 3. Recognize importance of proper warm-up stretches before exercising to avoid injury(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 71. Learn to distinguish between fact and myth in marketing claims. 2. Understand that reliance on idealized media images may result in unsafe actions or practices. 3. Engage in physical activity and experience the health benefits of exercise.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 81. Learn to make intelligent decisions when choosing fitness equipment. 2. Understand the importance of proper care and maintenance of sports gear.(Under 3 ratings)
Sophomore Technique-Jazz ASSESSMENT PREPStudents will be taught a stylized jazz dance combination building upon previous skills to include parallel pirouettes, quick change of facing and combined isolated movements.(Under 3 ratings)
U1-Chap1The guidance of scriptures, sacred scripture and tradition & Saint Jerome.(Under 3 ratings)
Weight Room Fitness PlanStudents will be able to write a creative essay describing proper technique of a push-up. I will be able to act our written information and perform task appropriately.(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
ACT PREP 10-2-13Students will correctly answer quiz questions related to material reviewed in last 2 weeks.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will make observations about two passages, then compare the two forms of writing(Under 3 ratings)
Peer Review of Rhetorical AnalysisStudents will be able to evaluate each others work and give feedback to one another, to improve their writing. -I can participate in an effective classroom discussion with my peers about the themes being taught. - I can engage in purposeful conversations that respond to questions that probe reasoning and evidence. - I can evaluate a speaker's point of view, reasoning and evidence of their rhetorical analysis to assess their stance, evidence, ideas, points of emphasis and tone.(Under 3 ratings)
Praise, Question, PolishStudents will work in small groups to read and revise their classmates stories. They will provide spelling and grammar help, give positive feedback and constructive criticism. They will understand how to read and interpret a writing rubric.(Under 3 ratings)
Robert Frost's PoetryStudents will be able to identify extended metaphors, personification, rhyme schemes, etc.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Horror StoryExamine literary devices that make up Gothic literature, by examining a seminal text in the genre(Under 3 ratings)
The Poetry of Edgar Allan PoeStudents will read the poem "Annabel Lee" and analyze its form and meaning. Students will answer questions about the poem's format and theme. Students will compare and contrast "Annabel Lee" and "The Raven."(Under 3 ratings)
The Poetry of Edgar Allan PoeStudents will read the poem "Annabel Lee" and analyze its form and meaning. Students will answer questions about the poem's format and theme. Students will compare and contrast "Annabel Lee" and "The Raven."(Under 3 ratings)
Transcendental PoetryStudents will be breaking down a song for practice, then becoming intimate with a poem from the transcendental period. Students will be expected to memorize their poem and explain its meaning.(Under 3 ratings)
Who is your Gatsby? PresentationsStudents will showcase their creative writing pieces to the class. Students will analyze pieces and reward good writing.(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
Final Lesson (Prep for travel)Students should be able to: Understand Culture Shock, Plan for Travel, Speak the target laugage fluently, also aimed to help students prep for other things that may go on in another country(Under 3 ratings)
Final Lesson (Prep for travel)Students should be able to: Understand Culture Shock, Plan for Travel, Speak the target laugage fluently, also aimed to help students prep for other things that may go on in another country(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to increase their cardio respiratory endurance. By the end of this lesson they will learn new exercise to do at home to become active.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to create a Chaucer poem using characterization and imagery.(Under 3 ratings)
Peer Review:SWBAT: Give and receive feedback on their videos that they created.(Under 3 ratings)
Regents Prep classStudents will be able to solve different types of regents questions(Under 3 ratings)
State BoardPrepare senior's for the State Board Exam(Under 3 ratings)
State BoardPrepare senior's for the State Board Exam(Under 3 ratings)
The Basics of WritingThe students will learn how to write an introductory paragraph. The students will learn to use the MLA writing style. The students will learn to peer edit papers. The students will learn how to use turnitin.com.(Under 3 ratings)
The Basics of WritingThe students will learn how to write an introductory paragraph. The students will learn to use the MLA writing style. The students will learn to peer edit papers. The students will learn how to use turnitin.com.(Under 3 ratings)

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