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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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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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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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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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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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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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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1972 Lorax cartoon follow along and reflection sheet (25min video)Quick View

1972 Lorax cartoon follow along and reflection sheet (25min video)

1972 Lorax cartoon follow along and reflection sheet (25min video) Sheet to go along with the 1972 the Lorax cartoon by Dr. Seuss. I use this to introduce environmental conservation in my 6th grade classroom. (video 25min + 5-7min additional for them to finish the questions.) This is for the follow along sheet, I purchased the DVD used from Amazon for $3. First 5 questions are multiple choice just to make sure students are following the video. The last 5 short response ones, ask them about the environment, greed, what was the Lorax's message. There is also a bonus though provoking open ended question. Many of the kids have seen the newer movie version and even a few told me that this was a fun video. Works as a good lesson for Earth day.
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Diary of Anne Frank Lesson: Characterization / Analysis and Self-ReflectionQuick View

Diary of Anne Frank Lesson: Characterization / Analysis and Self-Reflection

ANNE FRANK 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.
CaitlinAKnight
Reflection, Refraction, Transmission, Absorption? What happens when light hits?Quick View

Reflection, Refraction, Transmission, Absorption? What happens when light hits?

This is a great way to promote higher thinking and problem solving while reviewing properties of conductors and insulators. PowerPoint includes refresher guided notes on how light can be reflected, refracted, transmitted, or absorbed when it hits an object. I print out the Riddle pages from the powerpoint 4 per page and cut them apart and tape them around the room. (normally on colored paper) Student then must go around the room and using the clues figure out what the object is and then decide when light hits the object that it will either reflect, refract, absorb, or transmit. Then as a class we review the answers to the riddles and how light interacts with the object described in the riddle. My 6th grade classes really enjoyed this For my AIG class they weren't allowed to talk during the activity and my EC students where given a list of all the answer words as help. 41 total pages file is a in a zip file answer key included
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Teacher Journal and Prof Development: Reflective Teaching, Standards  and Elements of MasteryQuick View

Teacher Journal and Prof Development: Reflective Teaching, Standards and Elements of Mastery

Welcome to The New California Standards, The Elements of Mastery Learning and 21st Century Learning training. This PDF contains the teaching journal and teacher professional development pages for: Module 1: Overview and Reflective Teaching Module 2: Require active participation This is a two-year training program with the first year focusing on modules related to The Elements of Mastery Learning. The second year will focus on the New California Standards as they relate to The Elements of Mastery Learning as well as 21st Century Learning. Again: • Year One: The Elements of Mastery Learning • Year Two: The New California Standards and 21st Century Learning You will be responsible for attending one training and one individual learning session each month. Additionally, you will be expected to journal weekly about your progress as we work through each Module. All trainings and PowerPoints will be recorded and available online the day after each training session for reference.. Links will be given at monthly training sessions. Please check back for my other modules and email: elizabethpinotti@gmail.com if you have any questions. Year 1: • Module 1: Overview and Reflective Teaching • Module 2: Require active participation • Module 3: Teach to a standards-based objective • Module 4: Use the correct level of difficulty • Module 5: Always monitor and adjust instruction • Module 6: Know it is your job to motivate students • Module 7: Differentiate to ensure optimum retention • Module 8: Apply learning to real life • Module 9: Wait time If you want to feel secure, do what you already know how to do. If you want to be a true professional and continue to grow... Go to the cutting edge of your competency, which means a temporary loss of security. So whenever you don't quite know what you're doing, know you're growing. -- Madeline Hunter
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Lesson Tuning Protocol and MAP: Improve a lesson using a series of reflective questionsQuick View

Lesson Tuning Protocol and MAP: Improve a lesson using a series of reflective questions

The MAP and companion protocol are differentiated to meet the needs of new and veteran teachers. The protocol guides participants through meaningful professional development that can happen anytime. The tool is designed to challenge instructional decisions using questions from left to right, moving gradually to the closing square in the upper corner. What are you waiting for? Pull out your lessons and put them to the test in a safe and friendly setting.
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GCSE FRENCH: French End of the Year Reflection Questions - French AP or French 4Quick View

GCSE FRENCH: French End of the Year Reflection Questions - French AP or French 4

It is the end of the year and your French AP students have already taken their test, or your French 4 seniors have practically checked out. What can you do with them that will keep them speaking French during those last days of the school year? Students love talking to each other, and especially at the end of senior year there is a lot to reflect upon. This is a set of 15 reflection questions that you can print, laminate, punch holes in and cut out before hooking the complete set together on a ring. You'll be able to use these reflection questions for years to come. In the upper left corner of each card there is a circle which indicates where you should punch the hole so that your set of cards comes out nice and neat. I have my students work with partners or in small groups to answer the questions orally. At the end of the year and after testing I don't require them to write any answers down on paper, but of course it is up to you. If you wanted to do something kind of fun with the cards you could alternatively play a game of SCOOT and have students write out their answers. The grammar used in these reflection questions is high level and will keep them on their toes!
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My Hurt Feelings Promise TemplateQuick View

My Hurt Feelings Promise Template

This simple and student friendly template can easily be infused in your classroom pre-existing classroom management procedures. Students are able to reflect on their feelings and emotions and the various questions probe their thinking through reflection and steps forward.
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