Classroom expectationsQuick View

Classroom expectations

Just a quick powerpoint slide I use to introduce myself to a new class and to start off a new topic/ carousel

By memms

Science Fair Poster Board Expectations InformationQuick View

Science Fair Poster Board Expectations Information

Check out this clear and student friendly expectation of what poster boards are supposed to include. Students will be able to read through the thorough information which highlights the key components of a science fair board. Students should receive this at the start of their science fair so they know exactly what they are working towards. These clear expectations will lead to student success and take your classroom science fair to the next level! Check out my Science Fair Evaluation Rubric! Also, check out my Science Fair Peer Scavenger Hunt Activity! And lastly, you can find my Science Fair Submission Form Template!

By Hashtag_Teached

1toX- Personal devices in the ClassroomQuick View

1toX- Personal devices in the Classroom

Your school district has adopted a 1 to 1 policy and now each child will get iPads in the classroom. You are super excited but not sure where to even start. You have found that start here. The series of posters will cue your students on the social behaviors and expectations that will keep your darlings using their new electronics as powerful learning tools. If you are interested in other back to school procedures check out my Back to school bundle. If you enjoy my lesson please follow my store, to receive updates when I post new products. And if you would be so kind, please leave me a comment. Please check me out at: Thank you, V. Furnas

By msfurnas

Rock cycle poster activity with rubricQuick View

Rock cycle poster activity with rubric

Rock cycle poster activity with rubric Includes all the basic requirements including using the 3 main rock type definitions on the poster (definitions are on the rubric) Grading point system is premade for easy expectations and grading. On a word document so you can edit any parts you would like to. Simple easy activity that most students enjoy Used in my middle school classroom, see cover image for some of my 6th grade students completed posters.

By bmw2182

Choose Your Own Adventure: Project Based Learning for Grades 6-8Quick View

Choose Your Own Adventure: Project Based Learning for Grades 6-8

Reignite your students interest in reading and writing as they create a story with multiple paths and possible endings in MS Word, and then animate it using MS PowerPoint. Students get a chance to read each other's work as they peer review it too. This unit includes: 1. Resources for teachers and students 2. Expectations for Story Draft 3. Story Tips (Student handout) 4. Story creation template (flowchart) 5. Peer Review Expectations 6. Peer Review Critique Form 7. Expectations for Story Revision 8. Expectations for PowerPoint creation 9. PowerPoint template with hyperlinks This project based learning assignment gives student authentic learning as their stories are published to our classroom web site for their parents and the world to read! This Choose Your Own Adventure project is usually one of the lessons my students mention in their end-of-year reflection as one of their favorites. I hope your students enjoy it too!

By innovationsintechnology

Irish & German Immigration: Talk, Read, Talk, WriteQuick View

Irish & German Immigration: Talk, Read, Talk, Write

What is TRTW? This is a classroom process that gives students an alternative and compelling way to access content area information. Think of it as ANTI-LECTURE! At its core, students read academic text rather then listen to a lecture in order to gain and deepen understanding. In this Mini-Lesson, students will learn about how these immigrant groups impacted the American economy and society by being active learners with discussion, reading, and writing. Comes with teacher template to clarify the student expectations and a Talk, Read, Talk Write ---What it should look like in the classroom page.

By coachgorman1

Open House Power Point Cowboy/Western ThemeQuick View

Open House Power Point Cowboy/Western Theme

Each slide has a blue western theme trim, a header box with a badge next to it and cowboy boots at the bottom. (with the exception of the Welcome and Thank you page) There is an editable page for you to duplicate and type whatever you want. You can delete the slides you don't want. Slides included are: A welcome cover page for you to type your name, school name, event name and date. Reading Poetry Math Writing Science Social Studies Special Classes Related Arts Class Schedule Class Rules School Policies Classroom Expectations Behavior Management Student Expectations Star Of The Week Field Trips Homework Parent Involvement Communication Common Core School Supplies Dates To Remember Birthdays Donations Connect With Us Lunch Thank You For Attending A Blank Page With Header For You To Type Any Additional Pages You May Need

By kindergartencouture

Famous Architects & Their Place in History - Research & PowerPoint ProjectQuick View

Famous Architects & Their Place in History - Research & PowerPoint Project

In this lesson, students learn about famous architects, their work and how they influenced history. Students choose from a list of famous architects and then research specific information about them, creating a presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint or Google Slides. Perfect for engineering, history, art, or career exploration classes. This lesson was designed for middle school (grades 6-8) but could be used in any secondary classroom. Files included: • Teacher & Student Resources • Student instructions, expectations and grading rubric

By innovationsintechnology

Creating Lesson Plans for All LearnersQuick View

Creating Lesson Plans for All Learners

With appropriate planning, teachers can differentiate instruction to effectively meet the needs of a variety of learners. This resource includes a lesson plan template that illustrates how instruction can be differentiated at the planning stage. Additionally, the lesson demonstrates how a single lesson can effectively meet the instructional needs of learners who are working well above or below grade expectations. This type of lesson planning not only structures teaching to ensure learning, but also helps to meet the needs of the diverse groups of students who comprise today’s classrooms.

By KDP1911

Primary Chevron Mystery Walker SetQuick View

Primary Chevron Mystery Walker Set

This set is designed to assist with line/hallway management. We read the poem while we line up and I watch for one student who is following our line procedures and pick him or her as the mystery walker. They get a band with their name on it to wear home and everyone gives them a cheer. There are two different mystery walker poems in this set, one for schools where students are expected to walk with their arms "flipped" across their front and one for schools where students are expected to walk with their hands at their sides. The numbered/blank tokens may be used if you want to secretly pick a student to watch ahead of time. This set includes: Mystery Walker poster #1 (arms flipped) in six colors Mystery Walker poster #2 (arms at sides) in six colors Mystery Walker bands in six colors Numbered tokens (1-20) in six colors Blank tokens in six colors

By enchantedinelementary

Primary Polka Dot Mystery Walker SetQuick View

Primary Polka Dot Mystery Walker Set

This set is designed to assist with line/hallway management. We read the poem while we line up and I watch for one student who is following our line procedures and pick him or her as the mystery walker. They get a band with their name on it to wear home and everyone gives them a cheer. There are two different mystery walker poems in this set, one for schools where students are expected to walk with their arms "flipped" across their front and one for schools where students are expected to walk with their hands at their sides. The numbered/blank tokens may be used if you want to secretly pick a student to watch ahead of time. This set includes: Mystery Walker poster #1 (arms flipped) in six colors Mystery Walker poster #2 (arms at sides) in six colors Mystery Walker bands in six colors Numbered tokens (1-20) in six colors Blank tokens in six colors

By enchantedinelementary

Bright Chevron Mystery Walker SetQuick View

Bright Chevron Mystery Walker Set

This set is designed to assist with line/hallway management. We read the poem while we line up and I watch for one student who is following our line procedures and pick him or her as the mystery walker. They get a band with their name on it to wear home and everyone gives them a cheer. There are two different mystery walker poems in this set, one for schools where students are expected to walk with their arms "flipped" across their front and one for schools where students are expected to walk with their hands at their sides. The numbered/blank tokens may be used if you want to secretly pick a student to watch ahead of time. This set includes: Mystery Walker poster #1 (arms flipped) in six colors Mystery Walker poster #2 (arms at sides) in six colors Mystery Walker bands in six colors Numbered tokens (1-20) in six colors Blank tokens in six colors

By enchantedinelementary

Bright Polka Dot Mystery Walker SetQuick View

Bright Polka Dot Mystery Walker Set

This set is designed to assist with line/hallway management. We read the poem while we line up and I watch for one student who is following our line procedures and pick him or her as the mystery walker. They get a band with their name on it to wear home and everyone gives them a cheer. There are two different mystery walker poems in this set, one for schools where students are expected to walk with their arms "flipped" across their front and one for schools where students are expected to walk with their hands at their sides. The numbered/blank tokens may be used if you want to secretly pick a student to watch ahead of time. This set includes: Mystery Walker poster #1 (arms flipped) in six colors Mystery Walker poster #2 (arms at sides) in six colors Mystery Walker bands in six colors Numbered tokens (1-20) in six colors Blank tokens in six colors

By enchantedinelementary

Oral Presentation Fluency Assessment (Rubric Only)Quick View

Oral Presentation Fluency Assessment (Rubric Only)

Check out this simple to use rubric which can be sued to evaluate any and all spoken presentations. The rubric is ranked from 1-4 in each category which include "Expression & Volume". "Phrasing", "Smoothness", and "Pace". These elements have clear and direct explanation of expectations and simple assessment capabilities.

By Hashtag_Teached

The Flowering Plant parts poster activity with rubricQuick View

The Flowering Plant parts poster activity with rubric

Flowering plant parts poster activity with rubric Includes all the basic requirements including using the 8 main flowering plant parts Pistil, Stamen, Petals, Stem, Sepals, Ovary, Stigma, and Anther on the poster (The 8 parts and their basic functions are listed on the rubric to help guide the students) Grading point system is premade for easy expectations and grading. Simple easy activity that most students enjoy Used in my middle school classroom, see preview picture for some of my 6th grade students completed posters. (the white blotches are where I covered their names in the picture) takes 45-60min for good work

By bmw2182

Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell poster activity with rubric guideQuick View

Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell poster activity with rubric guide

Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell poster activity with rubric Includes all the basic requirements including using the 2 different cell organelles on the poster (19 organelles are listed on the rubric, students must label 15 total) Students must draw and label one Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell each, the Eukaryotic one can be a plant or animal as long as they draw and label it correctly. Grading point system is premade for easy expectations and grading. On a word document so you can edit any parts you would like to. Simple easy activity that most students enjoy Used in my middle school classroom, the thumbnails are some of my 7th grade students completed posters.

By bmw2182

Missouri Compromise: Talk, Read, Talk WriteQuick View

Missouri Compromise: Talk, Read, Talk Write

What is TRTW? This is a classroom process that gives students an alternative and compelling way to access content area information. Think of it as ANTI-LECTURE! At its core, students read academic text rather then listen to a lecture in order to gain and deepen understanding. This lesson on the Missouri compromise will get students discussing, reading, and writing about the compromise while making the content relevant to their lives. **In PDF and EDITABLE word format Comes with teacher template to clarify the student expectations and a Talk, Read, Talk Write ---What it should look like in the classroom page.

By coachgorman1

Genius Matters: A Framework for Epic TransformationQuick View

Genius Matters: A Framework for Epic Transformation

Imagine a classroom where passion-driven genius work is not extracurricular, but is a part of the routine. Students are invited and expected to collaborate to support each other’s genius; to experiment with ideas, discover new possibilites and make epic things happen. Genius Hour is more than a “program” where students do fun projects together. Genius Hour is a nearly unprecedented opportunity for teachers to guide students in how to be effective learners and citizens, by helping them connect what they do in school to the broader community. It’s our job to nurture our geniuses so they can change the world. Join us today to unlock a world of genuine curiosity and wonder. -This e-book is for teachers and administrators, lessons could be used in all classrooms and be differentiated accordingly. -Whole class lessons, small group lessons, whole school lessons

By angelamaiers