This comes from Tsun Chan, a former student in the Basic Online Course (BOC) Restorative Practice and Tribes is a great fit – here it is in a high school
This TLE was created by Joyce, a teacher in Fort St. John, B.C., Canada CURRICULUM TOPIC, THEME, OR CONTENT: SPEECH TOPIC & CONTENT For Middle or High school IDENTIFY THE OBJECTIVES: Content Objective: Students will learn how to generate a speech topic and their personal knowledge in preparation for writing a speech Collaborative Objective: Students […]
This is from Kelly, a student in the online course. GRADE 9 – 12 MATERIALS; TIME REQUIRED ‘Jabberwocky’ by Lewis Carroll 25-30 minutes PROVIDE FOR INCLUSION – A You Question, Energizer, or Linking Strategy Thumbs up, thumbs down Ask questions about the use of literary devices in poetry and literature…maybe even about elements in the […]
Using expressive pictures, students develop and organize content for writing a short story.
TITLE: Building Inclusion With Parts of Speech: Three Words GRADE: 4-12 MATERIALS/TIME REQUIRED: pencil and paper (or post-it notes) 15 minutes (pairs); up to one week (full group – a few students sharing each day) PROVIDE FOR INCLUSION – A You Question, Energizer, or Linking Strategy: Have students identify the noun(s), adjective(s), verb(s) and adverb(s) […]
TITLE: Character analysis / metaphor /pre write GRADE: 4 – 12 MATERIALS/TIME REQUIRED: You will need to make signs on 11×8 ½ paper; 20 min. PROVIDE FOR INCLUSION – A You Question, Energizer, or Linking Strategy: Review meaning of metaphor. Ask students, if you had to choose a candy bar to describe your mood today, […]
TITLE: Metaphors (bullying) GRADE: 4 – 12 MATERIALS/TIME REQUIRED: You will need to make signs on 11×8 ½ paper; 20-40 minutes. PROVIDE FOR INCLUSION – A You Question, Energizer, or Linking Strategy: (After you have taught the concept of “metaphor”) Ask students to share…”How can colors represent feelings?” Discuss how colors are metaphors for feelings. […]
TITLE: Vocabulary development…synonyms, antonyms, pre-writing warm-up GRADE: 2 – 12 MATERIALS/TIME REQUIRED: 15 – 20 min. PROVIDE FOR INCLUSION – A You Question, Energizer, or Linking Strategy: Think-pair-share: Translate this sentence into everyday words – The juvenile was loquacious when it came to rendering paradigms of graphic lexis. [Translation: The young person was talkative when […]
After your students are familiar the multiple intelligence (MI) theory and have some understanding of their own MI, use this approach to encourage students to create their own demonstrations of learning. If you want authentic assessment, this is a great tool.