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Interactive Notebooks Word Study Grade K

Author : Carson-Dellosa Publishing
ISBN : 9781483839981
Genre : Education
File Size : 56. 15 MB
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Interactive Notebooks: Word Study for kindergarten features engaging activities for standards-based concepts such as: -sight words -letter sounds -decoding -syllables Interactive notebooks allow students to create their own language arts reference that they can use throughout the year. Interactive Notebooks: Word Study makes it easy for you to reinforce effective note taking by encouraging students to create personalized pages for each word study topic. Students will learn organization, color-coding, summarizing, and other useful skills while creating portfolios of their individual learning. This comprehensive language arts workbook guides you through setting up, creating, and maintaining interactive notebooks throughout the year. The Interactive Notebooks series features workbooks for kindergarten to fifth grade. Each 96-page book contains a teacher’s guide, lesson plans, reproducibles for creating notebook pages on a variety of topics, and generic reproducibles for creating additional notebook pages. Aligned to current state standards, the Word Study series focuses on skills such as: -phonics -syllabication -word parts

Teaching Science With Interactive Notebooks

Author : Kellie Marcarelli
ISBN : 9781452258461
Genre : Education
File Size : 22. 90 MB
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Increase student learning in the inquiry-based science classroom! Interactive notebooks allow students to record observations, reflect on learning, and self-assess their work. Packed with student examples, this detailed guide explains the unique features that make interactive notebooks more effective tools than conventional notebooks for science classrooms. This resource: Describes the nuts and bolts of implementing interactive notebooks, including execution, time management, and grading Uses the 5E Learning Cycle as the framework for science instruction Emphasizes the importance of writing in science and provides strategies for modeling effective writing Explores strategies to encourage collaborative student inquiry and foster whole-class discussions

Science Grade 5

Author : Sara Haynes Blackwood
ISBN : 9781483831251
Genre : Education
File Size : 29. 94 MB
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Interactive Notebooks: Science for grade 5 is a fun way to teach and reinforce effective note taking for students. Students become a part of the learning process with activities about ecosystems, body systems, physical and chemical changes, weather, Earth's crust, natural resources, and more! --This book is an essential resource that will guide you through setting up, creating, and maintaining interactive notebooks for skill retention in the classroom. High-interest and hands-on, interactive notebooks effectively engage students in learning new concepts. Students are encouraged to personalize interactive notebooks to fit their specific learning needs by creating fun, colorful pages for each topic. With this note-taking process, students will learn organization, color coding, summarizing, and other important skills while creating personalized portfolios of their individual learning that they can reference throughout the year. --Spanning grades kindergarten to grade 8, the Interactive Notebooks series focuses on grade-specific math, language arts, or science skills. Aligned to meet current state standards, every 96-page book in this series offers lesson plans to keep the process focused. Reproducibles are included to create notebook pages on a variety of topics, making this series a fun, one-of-a-kind learning experience.

Science Notebooks

Author : Lori Fulton
ISBN : 0325056595
Genre : Education
File Size : 32. 38 MB
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Save 15% when you buy the Science Notebooks, Second Edition book study bundle. The bestselling first edition of Science Notebooks inspired thousands of teachers to use science notebooks as a powerful way to help students reveal and develop their thinking about scientific concepts, engage in the work of scientists and engineers, and exercise language skills. Lori Fulton and Brian Campbell make the Second Edition even more valuable by showing how science notebooks support implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards as well as the Common Core State Standards for ELA. The authors have also added new material to every chapter, including: strategies to scaffold science notebook instruction how science notebooks help students develop explanations and arguments based on evidence strategies for collecting and analyzing science notebooks for formative assessment new interviews with scientists and engineers that spotlight the use of science notebooks in their work. Student samples and classroom vignettes from a variety of settings illustrate the transformative effect of science notebooks on students' scientific thinking as well as their literacy skills. Download a sample chapter!

Writing In Science In Action

Author : Betsy Rupp Fulwiler
ISBN : 032504211X
Genre : Education
File Size : 80. 51 MB
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"Kids love hands-on science. Yet too few grow up to be scientists. Kids need to be reading, writing and thinking about science as well as doing it. Writing in Science in Action propels us full throttle into both hands-on and "minds on" science. Rupp Fulwiler show us how to help kids wrap their minds around science, do science and have a blast in the process. If we really want to prepare kids for an increasingly unpredictable future, we need teachers to read this book and share the practices with the budding young scientists in their rooms." -Stephanie Harvey, author of The Comprehension Toolkit Writing in Science in Action, the highly anticipated follow-up resource to Betsy Rupp Fulwiler's landmark book Writing in Science (Heinemann 2007), offers all new field-tested materials, including 10 video episodes that show teachers as they implement her approach in real classrooms with real children. The Writing in Science in Action DVD brings the content to life by providing clear and explicit models of students talking and writing, and teachers providing the scaffolding, modeling, and conferring needed to support those students.You'll see teachers working in diverse settings with a range of learners, including ELLs, students with special needs, and reluctant writers. You'll also see groups of teachers assessing student notebooks and planning instruction based on their assessments. Focusing on science topics that are accessible and familiar, Fulwiler uses carefully interconnected video episodes, student work, and detailed classroom vignettes to take the reader into the complexity of individual classrooms and the practices of skilled teachers. Seeing her approach in action is a powerful teaching tool, and the DVD, used in combination with the practical text, takes Writing in Science to a whole new level. Seeing really is believing. Writing in Science in Action provides clear guidance and structures for classroom practice, with: * specific strategies that can be immediately used in any classroom * step by step instruction on how to use each strategy * ideas for planning, modeling, scaffolding, and assessment * samples of over 100 student notebook entries with commentaries * techniques for working with ELLs, emergent writers, and struggling students.

Readings In Science Methods K 8

Author : Eric Brunsell
ISBN : 9781933531380
Genre : Education
File Size : 36. 14 MB
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If you're teaching an introductory science education course in a college or university, Readings in Science Methods, K - 8, with its blend of theory, research, and examples of best practices, can serve as your only text, your primary text, or a supplemental text. If you're a preservice teacher, you'll want a copy for its insights into how you can effectively teach science. If you're a practicing teacher, this book will refresh what you already know, and could lead you into new and fruitful approaches. and if you're an administrator, this is the perfect professional development tool as a reference for your staff. The book is a generously sized compendium of articles drawn from NSTA's middle and elementary level journals Science Scope and Science and Children. Editor Eric Brunsell teaches his methods courses using only the articles, the "voice of the classroom teacher," he says. Brunsell has chosen the best journal articles, tested each in the classroom, and organized them into seven sections, each supplemented with its own insightful introduction and "action steps:" The Nature of Science and Science Inquiry: Teaching Science; Science for All; Science-Teaching Toolbox; Teaching Life and Environmental Science; Teaching Physical Science; and Teaching Earth and Space Science.

The Essentials Of Science Grades K 6

Author : Rick Allen
ISBN : 9781416617815
Genre : Education
File Size : 46. 87 MB
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How can elementary school teachers--the proverbial jacks-of-all-trades--feel more confident in their knowledge of science and teach science more effectively? The Essentials of Science, K-6 aims to unleash every elementary educator's inner science teacher. Through a plethora of classroom examples, interviews with award-winning elementary science teachers and science education experts, and a wide-ranging look at recent research examining the state of science education, readers will learn * How to align curriculum to state standards using such practices as backward design. * How to use inquiry-based science to infuse meaning into class investigations and teach students problem-solving skills. * Strategies for engaging students and keeping the curriculum fresh. * Ways to increase English language learners' participation in and understanding of science. * How to use formative assessment techniques to determine what students know both before and during lessons. * How professional development can orient teachers to new content and to a deeper way of seeing the natural world. With the right practices, science teachers can make their students' journey into learning about the natural world both productive and enjoyable.The Essentials of Science, K-6 provides practical information to help teachers reflect on their own approaches to teaching science and make the transition from apprehension to self-assurance.

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