Reflection and Refraction Task CardsQuick View

Reflection and Refraction Task Cards

These task cards are a great way for students to improve their skills and knowledge of reflection and refraction of light. This product contains 24 cards with multiple choice questions about reflection and refraction of light. A recording sheet and an answer key are included. Blank cards are also included for questions to be added, if wanted. The same 24 cards are also available as open ended questions.
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Reflection refraction card sortQuick View

Reflection refraction card sort

Simply print and cut out cards for students to organize under the correct reflection or refraction heading Includes 18 pictures and real life word story examples
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Reflection and Refraction Escape RoomQuick View

Reflection and Refraction Escape Room

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their knowledge of reflection and refraction. Full "Letter" sized cards as well as smaller sized cards are provided. Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions with Usage Guide and FAQ ♦ 20 Multiple Choice Questions ♦ 5 Decoders for each of the 5 Levels ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Large Sized Cards and Smaller ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room
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Monthly Goal Setting and Reflection SheetsQuick View

Monthly Goal Setting and Reflection Sheets

Having students to set goals for themselves is a great way for students to take responsibility and ownership for their learning. It is also a great way for them to easily focus on the areas they need to work on and improve their academic performance. Each month, the students will write out goals for them to work on for that month. These can be kept in the student's folder or displayed in the classroom. At the end of each month, there is a reflection page for the students to complete. They will describe the goal they are most proud of completing, what they need to keep working on, and what they would like to do differently next time. What is included: *12 color monthly goal setting pages *12 black and white monthly goal setting pages *12 reflection pages
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Mock exam reflection survey packageQuick View

Mock exam reflection survey package

Two short surveys to help students reflect on their mock exam preparation and performance. Surveys are general enough to be used in a range of subjects. The first survey (pre-results) is designed to be completed as soon as possible after the exam is written. The second survey (post-results) should be completed once students have had the opportunity to review their marked exams. These are great tools for self-assessment/AfL, and provide useful information for the teacher as well. Surveys are in PDF format, 2-up on an A4 page.
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A Goal Setting and Reflection Pack for the IB PYPQuick View

A Goal Setting and Reflection Pack for the IB PYP

Fun ways to encourage reflection and goal setting. Reflection can be a tricky concept to genuinely learn. Often it becomes filling out the “usual” things and is not really meaningful for the student. These IB PYP reflection sheets are designed to try to help the children think more about the specifics of their learning and the units they participated in. It aims to help them reflect upon their success as well as their challenges and to really think about how they could help themselves. This packet is designed to assist children with those questions and the reflection process. You will find a collection of 12 reflection templates one of which is a flip flap book. Use them with: End of unit reflections Portfolios Goal setting for any curricular area Reflection of Learner Profile, IB Attitudes and Skills used. Student Led Conferences These are designed for 3rd ,4th and 5th grades. You may also be interested in my other IB PYP resources which can be found in my store or on my blog. I have complete units of inquiry for each theme as well as resources to build understanding of the Learner Profile, Attitudes and Key Concepts. Enjoy! Susan Powers www.pypteachingtools.com
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Reflection and Refraction Word Wall CardsQuick View

Reflection and Refraction Word Wall Cards

These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of reflection and refraction. This product contains 8 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ Absorption ♦ Angle of Incidence ♦ Angle of Reflection ♦ Diffuse Reflection ♦ Reflection ♦ Refraction ♦ Scattering ♦ Specular Reflection
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Translations, Reflections and Dilations Think TankQuick View

Translations, Reflections and Dilations Think Tank

A think tank is a questioning activity created from Bloom's taxonomy. Each questions, starting from the top, becomes more complicated and involved. The think tank we've created here is all about quadratic reflections, translations and dilations. Students are required to use their knowledge of all three to answer 8 questions of progressively challenging questions. This think tank would be great as a homework assignment, test/quiz review, independent/group classwork or even an assessment. After answering the 8 questions students will have clearly demonstrated a solid understanding of Translations, Reflections and Dilations.
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Student Reflection Station Form TemplateQuick View

Student Reflection Station Form Template

Check out this simple and student friendly form that serves as a great independent facilitator for problem solving, venting, reflection and so much more. This is meant to be used for students who break a classroom rule. This form allows them to decompress and think through what they did and why. It includes a component for their feelings so they feel validated as well as a next steps section. This serves as a great reference and documentation for the teacher will seamlessly promoting positive behavior for your students at an independent level.
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End of Year (Anonymous) Student Reflective SurveysQuick View

End of Year (Anonymous) Student Reflective Surveys

I have always found anonymous reflective surveys to be a crucial personal growth process as a teacher. This simple 13 question survey allows students to reflect on their time in the classroom mainly focusing on safety, leadership, relationships, content mastery, and goals. This adaptable and customizable survey can be used as a progress monitoring tool or an end of year survey. I hope this helps open communication and reflection for you and your students as much as it has for me!
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An Editable Print and Go Reflection Pack for the IB PYPQuick View

An Editable Print and Go Reflection Pack for the IB PYP

Fun ways to encourage reflection and goal setting. Reflection can be a tricky concept to genuinely learn. There are fun templates to suit the early years as well as the older students. The templates are ALL editable. You will require Power Point in order to manipulate the slides. You can click on the subject area and change it to suit your school or class. Similarly, the key concepts can be adjusted as your unit demands. Or you can change the subjects for skills, key concepts, Learner Profile traits and IB Attitudes. All as you prefer for your class, unit and school. You will find a collection of 13 reflection templates one of which one is a flip flap book. Use all of the pages in the book or only those pertinent to you and your unit. These can also be edited to suit. The templates include spaces for writing or drawing, depending on the ages and abilities of the students. Three of the templates include multiple subject areas, so that there can be one reflection template for multiple subjects. For example: specials. Use them with: End of unit reflections Portfolios Goal setting for any curricular area Reflection of Learner Profile, IB Attitudes and Skills used. Student Led Conferences You may also be interested in my other IB PYP resources which can be found in my store or on my blog. I have complete units of inquiry for each theme as well as resources to build understanding of the Learner Profile, Attitudes and Key Concepts. Enjoy! Susan Powers www.pypteachingtools.com
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IB PYP Unit Planners and Reflection PackQuick View

IB PYP Unit Planners and Reflection Pack

Fun ways to encourage reflection and goal setting. The beginning and end of units of inquiry are a great time for reflecting. Reflection can be a tricky concept to genuinely learn. Often it becomes filling out the “usual” things and is not really meaningful for the student. These IB PYP reflection sheets are designed to try to help the children think more about the specifics of their learning and the units they participated in. It aims to help them reflect upon their success as well as their challenges and to really think about how they could help themselves. This packet is designed to assist children with those questions and the reflection process. You will find a collection of 10 new unit planners and 11 end of unit reflection templates. They are easy to differentiate and mix and match!  Use them with: Introducing new units. End of unit reflections Portfolios Goal setting for any curricular area Reflection of Learner Profile, IB Attitudes and Skills used. Student Led Conferences These are designed for 3rd ,4th and 5th grades. You may also be interested in my other IB PYP resources which can be found in my store or on my blog. I have complete units of inquiry for each theme as well as resources to build understanding of the Learner Profile, Attitudes and Key Concepts. Enjoy! Susan Powers www.pypteachingtools.com
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Growth Mindset Self Reflection Chart - English & SpanishQuick View

Growth Mindset Self Reflection Chart - English & Spanish

Self-reflection practice is a powerful idea of promoting a growth mindset, students get the ability to discover and become self aware about their strengths, weaknesses, values and goals; at the same time, they recognize the impact that a growth mindset has when helping them doing well at school and achieving their goals. <br /> When teachers know their students’ believes and self perception it is easier for them to support and focus in their strengths. Teachers build a closer relationship with their students and a sense of partnership and and friendship grows, students make an affective connection and their motivation boost. <br /> After coaching students on reflection and growth mindset, they start reflecting about their own growth mindset behaviours, they become active participants of their own progress and they get involved in developing new strategies to promote and acquire a growth mindset in their classrooms and lives. <br /> This resource offers 2 pages: A growth mindset self reflection chart in black and white (English Version) Autorreflexión Mentalidad de crecimiento en blanco y negro (Spanish version) I have created posters, badges and cards to help students to build a growth mindset with the same affirmations of the charts. See more about growth mindset resources: Growth Mindset Posters, Badges and Cards Growth Mindset Posters, Tarjetas e Insignias
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The Outsiders Activity: Characterization / Analysis & Student Self-ReflectionQuick View

The Outsiders Activity: Characterization / Analysis & Student Self-Reflection

THE OUTSIDERS CHARACTERIZATION ACTIVITY This is a deeply engaging activity for your students to not only learn how to analyze/characterize literature, but learn how to reflect and grow as individuals through reading. What is included: 1) Powerpoint Presentation with definition and examples of Dynamic, Static, Round, and Flat Characters; Characterization (Indirect and Direct) 2) Student Guided Notes: Two options to correspond with the PowerPoint (fill-in notes or ready-to-use) 3) Character Brainstorming Sheets: Students will be given an acronym (T.R.A.I.T.S.) to help them remember what to consider when analyzing characters. Upon filling out the brainstorming work, there is an option for a paragraph or essay portion of Characterization (for one or all of the characters included). 4) Self-Reflection: I think one of the most important aspects of character analysis in literature is the opportunity for Self-Reflection. In characters, we often can see similar or very dissimilar traits within ourselves. This portion of the packet allows students to complete the same process of characterizing they did with the characters, but for themselves. With this, hopefully they are able to be given some insight as to why reading is so important.
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Circle Triangle and Square Reflection Form TemplateQuick View

Circle Triangle and Square Reflection Form Template

Check out this awesome alternative graphic organizer. The circle has the prompt of something that is still going on around your head. The triangle has something pointed that is still standing out, and the square has the prompt of something that you agreed with. This is a great way to present HOT questions based on a reading in a new and innovative way. Students can draw a representation in the shape as well. Take your reading skills and strategies to the next level! Also, be sure to check out our other graphic organizers as well!
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End of Year (Anonymous) Student Reflective SurveyQuick View

End of Year (Anonymous) Student Reflective Survey

Check out this 12 question reflective survey where students can express their feelings in regard to the culture of the classroom. With a focus on leadership, empowerement, and general teacher review. This survey holds great potential for teachers to gain insight into how students feel in your class, how they feel about you, and how they feel about themselves. This can easily be used as a benchmark throughout the year, so changes can be implemented. It provides a great opportunity to meet the needs of all students!
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Daily Student Behavior Self Reflection Tracker Form TemplateQuick View

Daily Student Behavior Self Reflection Tracker Form Template

Check out this simple and student friendly behavior reflection form. This is meant to be implemented daily, which allows students to think through their day, reflect on wha they did well, and plan for the next day. Each of the simple questions is presented with a simple frowning fact, straight face, and smiling face. There are also three questions at the bottom. This serves as a great documentation form but also a meaningful way to push students to think critically about their behavior! Be sure to check out our other behavior tracking and reflection forms as well!
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Universal Reflection Form for watching Magic School Bus VideosQuick View

Universal Reflection Form for watching Magic School Bus Videos

If you've been wondering how to make Magic School Bus videos a bit more meaningful and purposeful, check out this simple worksheet to supplement watching the videos. Very simply, the first half prompts students to describe how the characters used their observation skills. The second half incorporates five additional questions that ask for specific observations of the characters using their five sense. This is a great addition when a substitute is present or just to enhance interaction with the video. It doubles as a nice Lesson Plan bonus :)
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