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### Mini Unit

Course: KSS 0130, Fall 2009
School: Uni. Westminster
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Stevens Kelly Mini Unit For my mini unit, I introduced my 6th grade math class to the strategy that Christi showed us a couple of weeks ago in our Math Methods class. I began by asking the class if they thought multiplying the number 11 was easy. I asked them what 2 times 11 is and what 4 times 11 is. They all agreed these were easy multiplication facts to remember. Then I asked what about multiplying 11 by...

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Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
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Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
How Children Develop, Chapter 1Themes: Natu re vs. Nu r tu re Both biological and environmental factors combine to inf luence child development. Nature is biologically what we receive from our parents Nur ture is the physical, social in fluences in
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
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Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Phases of the MoonClick to edit Master subtitle style Science Reading Technology Green Component UEN ActivityIntegrated Lesson Plan By Kelly StevensPhases of the MoonGrade Level: 6th Grade Curriculum Area: Science, ReadingPersonal obj
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
What causes the Moon's phasesThe phases the Moon goes through are caused by two things: 1) the Moon revolving around the Earth, and 2) the Moon reflecting sunlight towards the Earth. Half of the Moon is always lit, not just the portion we see: howev
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Kelly Stevens Science Methods Fall 2008 Lesson Plan Reflection The Phases of the Moon October 30, 2000 The lesson plan that I was asked to prepare was an introduction to the phases of the moon. Overall, I think the lesson went very well. I was not a
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Kelly Stevens What aspects of conditioning and/or reciprocal determinism from Social Learning theory or aspects of Social Cognitive Theories do you see present in your observation?Albert Bandura's model of &quot;reciprocal determinism&quot; considers how what
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Kelly Stevens Fall 2008 Cognitive Theory Reflection Read about (or review) Piagets theory for the age of the children you are observing. What are two aspects of cognitive development that you observed in the children? What cognitive differences did y
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Kelly Stevens Discussion Guide #7 Spring 2008 Question #1 Thematic Cluster: Seasons Story Title #1: Charlottes Web, by E.B. White Story Plot Summary: Charlotte knows that she is dying, but she is determined to help Wilbur. It is a fact of nature that
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Kelly Stevens Reading Foundations I EDUC 343 Spring 2008 Topic: ELL Assessments 1. I have not yet started my ESL classes at Westminster, but have decided to minor in ESL because of the upcoming requirements for Utah teachers. How are teachers in Utah
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Haikus of The SeasonsSpring Memories of fun Plant seeds of love and beauty Flowers bloom eternallySummer Sweaty, tired, hot Climbing that mountain steep trail Will it ever end?Winter Snow falls peacefully What wonderful chilly sights Will it me
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Gradual Release of Responsibility Model of Instruction The Mitten, By Jan Brett Learning Guide Designed by: Kelly Stevens Grade level: 1st Grade Approximate length of time: 1 hour Curriculum Areas: Reading, Language Arts, Math Utah State Core Obj
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Reading Guide #2 ED UC 343 Kelly Stevens Spring 2008 C. I was not surprised that reading aloud to children appears to be the singlemost important factor for building critical concepts about reading. When you read to children, I believe that like th
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
EDUC 343 Spring 2008 Kelly Stevens Reading Guide #3 1. I selected The Mitten, By Jan Brett for my read aloud. The reason I selected the book is that I had already selected it at as a read aloud for my 1st grade placement class. I have always liked th
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Reading for Life Chapter 7 Organizing for Reading Discussion Questions Kelly Stevens Spring 2008 What grade would the idea of a &quot;contract&quot; come into place? I think that Kindergarten and 1st grade is too young. Would 2nd grade be a good grade to sta
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Kelly Stevens Reflection - The Mitten, Learning Guide and Taught Lesson Spring 2008 As I look back at preparing and teaching this lesson, I realize it was a lot of work and some of things I focused on were not that important and that there were other
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Kelly Stevens Discussion Questions Shared Reading in the Classroom: Capturing the Essential of the Bedtime Story For Implicit and Explicit Instruction1. I noticed when I was reading individually to my student that I am tutoring, he is not paying at
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Kelly Stevens Spring 2008 Reflection #3 Contraction Lesson PlanThis lesson on contractions had several different aspects, and I think the students enjoyed them all. I learned from my second lesson that these 1st grade students need to have some mo
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Kelly Stevens Reading Guide #8 EDUC 343 Spring 2008a. Process of conventional spellers memorization or developmentalsequence? I think that the article refers to spelling as more of developmental sequence in the student's learning process. But, wi
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Center Instructions For Contraction Ice Cream ConesFor two students:Twostudentspassoutsixconesbetweenthemandlaytheconesonthetable.Oneatatimeastudent pullsan&quot;icecreamscoop&quot;fromthebucket.Ifthewordonthebucketmatchesupwithoneofhiscones, thenhekeepsthe
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Kelly Stevens D iscussion Guide #10 Spelling/Analysis of Handw r i tingEmergentLetter NameWith in WordsSyllables and AffixesDe rivational RelationsData Analysis: Emergent Letter Name Within Word Syllables and Affixes Derivational Relation
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
EDUC 343 Spring 2008 Kelly Stevens Reading Guide #3 1. I selected The Mitten, By Jan Brett for my read aloud. The reason I selected the book is that I had already selected it at as a read aloud for my 1st grade placement class. I have always liked th
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Kelly Stevens Thematic Writing Workshop Mini Lesson Outline Solving the Sentence Puzzle! EDUC 341 Spring 2008Grade Level: Kindergarten Unit Theme: Seasons Language Arts Core Objectives: Standard 1 (Oral Language) Students develop language for the
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Physical Education Lesson Plans &quot;Seasons&quot; Put Together By: Amy, Brandy &amp; Kelly
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
ONLINE SOURCESPlimoth Web site Something new I learned about the pilgrams was:Scholastic Web Site Something new I learned about the pilgrams was:Mayflower Web Site Something new I learned about the pilgrams was:Other site you found? (Extra Cr
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Mayflower Myths Myth #1: The first Thanksgiving was in 1621 and the pilgrims celebrated it every year thereafter. Fact #1: The first feast wasn't repeated, so it wasn't the beginning of a tradition. In fact, the colonists didn't even call the day Tha
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Myles Standish Interview Myles Standish was one of the 102 English settlers who sailed on the Mayflower in 1620. He had served in Queen Elizabeth's Army and was chosen to command the first group of men to go ashore when the ship reached New England.
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Wampanoag Interview on Aspects of Daily Life Relationship with Pilgrims What did you think of the Pilgrims when they first arrived? When the Mayflower came, first to the outer arm of the Cape and then into Plimoth, we looked on them with apprehension
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
PictureAnalysisName:_Selecttwopicturesthataredifferentlooksatthesametopic.Analyzeeachseparatelyandthenconsiderthebiggerpictureby consideringbothtogether.Picture 1: What is it a picture of? Describe it in detail. 1. What do you learn from studying
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Kelly Stevens ESL 321Utah Laws to represent ELLs:Rule R277-716. Alternative Language Services for Utah Students. A. &quot;Alternative language program&quot; means a research-based language acquisition instructional service model used to achieve English prof
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Vocabulary Words: SeedFlowerLeavesStemRootsPlant
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Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
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Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
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Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
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Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
Gradual Release of Responsibility Model of Instruction Science/Reading Phases of the Moon 6th Grade1 2 3 4 Grade level: 6th Grade Approximate length of time: 45 minutes Curriculum areas: Science, Reading Utah State Core: Science Standard I:Studen
Uni. Westminster - KSS - 0130
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