A chart for students to fill in as they apply various forces. There is also a matching activity for joining materials.
Copyright Â©Julia Cestra Daily Learning ABC 2015 This is the Letter Template document to use when participating in the Canadian Letter Exchange. The exchange takes place very September in Kindergarten to Grade 3 classes across Canada. To find out more about the Canadian Letter Exchange or Canadian Number Exchange please check out the website: http://canadianletternumberexchange.weebly.com/
Students read a sentence and decide if it is asking or telling. They then put either a question mark or a period to finish the sentence.
Answers for Jeopardy
End of unit review for Sky Science. (Answers will be uploaded as a separate document)
I used this with my K&E students to research an element. It could be used with any grade and modified. I found the template online and then made adjustments to it. My students worked on this through google docs. My email address is on the assignment so feel free to ask questions (and you will need to remove it if you use the template)
This is a patterns quiz for those who have a lower ability in math.
This is a quiz for patterns for students that need more of a challenge
This is a quiz for the patterns unit in math
Unit Plan for the Sky Science unit. This includes I cans, small description of activities in the lessons, the lesson title and POS connections.
Text resources is AddisonWesley Science 10
Text reference is Addison Wesley Science 10
Text reference is AddisonWesley Science 10.
Looking for a way to organize yourself at the beginning of the year? This helps!
Loosely based on "Handwriting without Tears" - i made this to help teach the children how to print letters. I incorporated the "box" structure from Handwriting without tears into this file to demonstrate to the children how to use the box guide their printing for each letter. *May need slightly tweaked here and there but it worked for me.
Tunisia, Peru, Ukraine, India - collection of quality of life photos for discussion (photos taken from Learn Alberta but put into easy ppt.)
Various lesson plans to get you through a month of soccer
Various lesson plans to get you through a month of floor hockey
I made individual boxes for each student in our homeschool co-op. This was the outline to using the box which came with materials for each activity described. It would be easy to replicate with your own materials as well.
This assessment was made for a Grade 2 French Immersion class. In this assessment, students must invent an object that uses a magnet to help an imaginary grandmother who is often dropping her needles on the floor.
This resource will serve as "lab notes" to guide your students through the process of making ice cream together. There are fill-in-the-blank pages where the students must write the steps of the experiment.
Understanding how an author's choices enhance the reader's experience with a text help students become more critical readers and more eloquent writers. This task asks students to analyze key literary terms as they apply to Katherine Mansfield's short story "Miss Brill".
The unit plan that goes with the 5 lesson plans.
The last lesson in a 5 lesson unit plan for wrestling type activities. Again due to the nature of this activity students must be made very clear on the rules and must be supervised closely.
Lesson 4 in a 5 lesson unit play on wrestling type activities. This activity requires a lot of supervision and clear rules for participating.
Lesson 3 in a 5 lesson unit plan for wrestling type activities.
Lesson 2 in a 5 lesson unit.
Unit 1 of a 5 lesson unit on wrestling type games.
A primary source document for students to analyze during their Renaissance unit.
A resource for students to use to analyse a primary source document.
A Word document for students to compare and contrast a Renaissance family and their family.
Students get a glimpse into the techniques used on projective personality tests, then make their own inkblot (with paint) and "analyze" eachothers. This is for fun, and does not strictly follow Rorschach test protocol.
Students go online to two different Myers-Briggs-type test sites and find their type. Students then analyze their findings.
This is a Holes-specific resource but can be easily adapted for any discussion on stereotypes. Students look at a few samples of "What society thinks I do vs What I really do" memes and apply that to a role they play in their own lives. This is best preceded by a t-chart whiteboard activity on myths and realities of stereotypes. I used this for an ELL classroom.
This is an inquiry project for Grade 8 Science, Aquatic systems unit. It is a cross curricular project with Math. Students research the climate data for two canadian cities, at a similar latitude, then graph that data using google spreadsheets creating a proper climate graph. They then have to explain the variations in the graphs.
This is a group research and presentation about heat technologies use and change over time. It goes with the Grade 7 heat unit. The rubric I use for the project is included.
Ã€ chaque semaine, donner un mot de vocabulaire aux Ã©lÃ¨ves. Ã€ la fin de la 8e semaine, donne le test de comprÃ©hension.
This resource is used as diploma exam prep for ELA 30-1. In order to help students understand the big thematic ideas presented as critical analytical responses to texts, they explore how a variety of past diploma topics can be related to each and every text they have read throughout the course of the year. This encourages them to look at a number of thematic concepts, not just the ones examined during the unit of study.
A personal performance assessment inspired by T. S. Eliot's poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock". Students are asked to examine their own lives as they prepare to leave high school and ask themselves what they dare to do.
Students need to correct the mistakes.
Posters for Math 9 Similarities and Transformations
Posters for Math 9 Rational Numbers
Posters for Math 9 Polynomials
Posters for Math 9 Linear Relations
Posters for Math 9 Exponent Laws
Posters for Math 9 Circle Geometry
Say that four times fast! It's just something I created so I could put it in my students' interactive notebooks. It is a Microsoft Publisher file, so feel free to edit it for your own needs. Heads up though, the preview doesn't show the finished product; the plane is rotated properly when you download it. Please note: You will need <a href="https://products.office.com/en/publisher" target="_blank">Microsoft Publisher</a> to open this resource.
A list of 10 ideas for students to practice their spelling words.
What Factors Influence Weather? Weather is all around us and as it takes more of a center stage in our news media and our minds it will be even more important that our students know what causes weather phenomena. See a transformation in your students as their interest is piqued with this engaging resource! Scientific Discrepant Events is a full teacher resource that works to educate students using the principle of cause and effect to explore the factors that influence weather in a way that hooks them from the moment the lesson begins. This pack consists of 18 lesson plans (science experiments), complete with diagrams. Each lesson details the materials needed, the sequential steps in the procedure, an explanation as to what is happening and questions that can be asked to students regarding what they've witnessed. Lessons are numbered for easy reference and presented in a clean, easy-to-read layout.
What Flowing Air Can Do Pick up a ping pong ball by blowing on it! Hold a cork race or a paper airplane contest! Build a self-priming siphon and have your students wondering, "What did I just see?!" See a transformation in your students as their interest is piqued with this engaging resource! Scientific Discrepant Events is a full teacher resource that works to educate students using the principle of cause and effect to explore what flowing air can do in a way that hooks them from the moment the lesson begins. This download consists of 18 lesson plans (science experiments), complete with high quality illustrations. Each lesson details the materials needed, the sequential steps in the procedure, an explanation as to what is happening and questions that can be asked to students regarding what they've witnessed. Lessons are numbered for easy reference and presented in a clean, easy-to-read layout.
42 science experiments that will have your students scratching their heads before the big ah-ha moment. Covers a wide variety of concepts around the properties of air.