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Real World Math:  How Math is Used in Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Careers

Real World Math: How Math is Used in Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Careers

This project has students using real-world math skills to learn to perform the calculations that are done in law, public safety, corrections and security jobs. They will use formulas (included) to learn how to calculate averages, determine percentages and use fractions, and other basic math skills used in this industry. Are your students always asking "When will be ever USE this??" This short activity shows students a real world use for the math skills they learn every day. This lesson was created for 7th and 8th grade, but could also be used successfully in upper elementary grades. Files included: • Teacher & Student Resources • How Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Professionals Use Math Activity/Handout • How Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Professionals Use Math Activity Answer Key • Math Formula ���Cheat Sheet”

By innovationsintechnology

Conflict Management

Conflict Management

This bundle includes 4 of our resources on conflicts, rumours and cyber bullying. 1. Conflict Resolution 101 and Conflict Resolution: How to Handle Conflicts: This conflict resolution lesson teaches what conflict is about, the dynamics of conflict and conflict resolution strategies to help your students improve their conflict resolution skills. This lesson will also help you in managing your class better and will help promote and maintain good interpersonal relationships in class. This lesson include: Definition of Conflict Conflict Styles: 1. Accommodating 2. Competing 3. Avoiding 4. Compromising 5. Collaborating Conflict Hooks: 1. Competence 2. Inclusion 3. Autonomy 4.Status 5.Reliability 6. Integrity Conflict Resolution Activities Conflict Survey Conflict Assessment Conflict Case Scenarios Conflict Resolution Strategies Processing questions are included in each conflict resolution activities 2. Rumour Has It: This mini-lesson consists of different activities for students to reflect on about rumours. This module will help students think about things they have heard and how talking about others can harm other people’s reputation. Processing questions are included in each activity to facilitate learning experiences. 3. Cyber -Bullying: Don't be Mean on the Screen: Cyber bullying is a form of bullying and have been a major concern among our kids. This mini-lesson could help your kids be more aware of what cyber bullying is and what to do about it. You could also use this for bullying awareness week or month. This mini-lesson include: Definition of cyber bullying Cyber bullying technology Why do kids bully? Profile of cyber bullies, victims of cyber bullies and bystanders Cyber bullying categories Cyber bullying types Ways to prevent and stop cyber bullying

By kitcelcorner

Life Skills: Good Habits, Cooperation, Decision-Making and Goal Setting

Life Skills: Good Habits, Cooperation, Decision-Making and Goal Setting

This bundle includes 4 of our products. It includes: *The Habits of Happy Healthy Tweens and Teens * Working Together: Team-building Activities * Decision-Making: Improving Decision-Making Skills * Leadership Skills Training: Goal Setting The Habits of Happy Healthy Tweens and Teens: Teaching good habits to our tweens and teens are essential. We want them to practice these habits to make them successful people in the future.These habits can be taught in class and they can also be printed and posted in the classroom or guidance office. You can use them as part of your orientation at the start of the school year. Working Together: Team-building Activities:This team building set comes with general objectives. Each activity comes with instructions you can modify. It also comes with processing questions to facilitate learning from the activities that you can discuss with your students.It includes: 3 Icebreakers 6 Team building Activities (Included are materials needed, instructions and processing questions to facilitate learning from the activities) Decision-Making: Improving Decision-Making Skills: This mini-lesson is about teaching your students to decide better. A strategy/ technique based on research will be discussed in this mini lesson to guide your students in making better decisions. It is called: FIG TESPN. FIG stands for: F-Feelings I-Identify the problem G- What do you want to achieve to address your problem. TESPN stands for: T-Think of many possible solutions E- Envision outcomes based on the solutions to the problem/s S -Select the best among all the solutions P- Plan the procedure, anticipate pitfalls, & practice steps. N- Notice what happened and remember it for next time. Leadership Training Skills: Goal-Setting:Developing and enhancing leadership skills is one of the most vital life skills that our students need to learn. Our students need to be effective and efficient not just in the classroom most especially when they are out in the big world. This Leadership Skills Training on Goal Setting is one of the first among 3 for the leadership skills training series. This training focuses on: Definition of Goals Types of Goals SMART approach 80/20 Principle on goal setting Routes to accomplishing goals This training includes inputs, activity sheets, and processing questions to facilitate better learning experiences.

By kitcelcorner

Real World Math:  How Math is Used in Government & Public Administration Careers

Real World Math: How Math is Used in Government & Public Administration Careers

This project has students using real-world math skills to learn to perform the calculations that are done in government and public administration jobs. They will use formulas (included) to learn how to compute interest and profits, how to determine percentages and use fractions, and other basic math skills used in this industry. Are your students always asking "When will be ever USE this??" This short activity shows students a real world use for the math skills they learn every day. This lesson was created for 7th and 8th grade, but could also be used successfully in upper elementary grades. Files included: • Teacher & Student Resources • How Government Professionals Use Math Activity/Handout • How Government Professionals Use Math Activity Answer Key • Math Formula “Cheat Sheet”

By innovationsintechnology

Stating Your Case for the World's Greatest Sportsperson!

Stating Your Case for the World's Greatest Sportsperson!

In this engaging and interactive lesson, students make the case for who they feel is the greatest sportsperson of all time. Within the lesson they develop skills of: persuasive writing, independent researching, personal and social comprehension, and speaking and listening. By the end of the lesson, students write and present their own case for the world's greatest sportsperson, using individually researched subject matter, structural advice, and understanding of persuasive techniques. The learning follows a logical, bitesize journey, in which students: - Discuss and define the key features of what they think makes a sportsperson 'great'; - Research how their own contender meets the features of greatness, using a well-scaffolded research template; - Understand and exemplify each of the persuasive techniques, useful in convincing others of their case; - Critically analyse the language, subject matter, and structure of a model example of a World's Greatest Sportsperson article; - Write, present, and assess their own article. Included is everything that you need to teach, including: - Comprehensive, well-presented whole-lesson PowerPoint (students are led through the learning journey by an animated Usain Bolt character!); - Research template and completed model example; - Persuasive device cards for the card-sorting activity; - Model example of a completed 'World's Greatest Sportsperson' article; - Lesson plan. This would be perfect as a part of an English persuasive writing or speaking and listening unit, a PSHE/Citizenship study of people and their achievements, or a Cross-Curricular activity for less structured learning time. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the presentation.

By TandLGuru

It's All About Me Museum Student Project

It's All About Me Museum Student Project

Looking for a Back to School Project to engage each and every student? Do you want your class get to know each other better at the beginning of the year? Want to learn more about your students? Looking to have some fun for your first class project? It's All About Me Museum includes: student handouts, timeline, four artifacts, wants & needs collage and teacher grading rubric. The student handout is editable so you can put in your own due dates.

By sarah_mcnamara43

Reading notes and activities for Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson (KS2)

Reading notes and activities for Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson (KS2)

Reading notes, discussion points and activities based children's novel, Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by award-winning author Lara Williamson. Linked to the UK National Curriculum, this comprehensive pack - suitable for KS2 teachers and book group leaders - includes: • Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy: about the book and the author (Page 2) • For teachers and librarians reading this book with their classes and reading groups: Book talking; discussion and activity ideas (Page 5/6) • The adoption process today and useful links (Page 21) • Activities for children (Page 24) • Suggestions for further reading (Page 32)

By UsbornePublishing

Reading notes and activities: Being Miss Nobody by Tamsin Winter (KS2)

Reading notes and activities: Being Miss Nobody by Tamsin Winter (KS2)

Reading notes and activities based around children's novel 'Being Miss Nobody' by Tamsin Winter, a story about speaking out from a girl who can't. Written for teachers and children's book group leaders, this pack includes discussion guides, activities and advice on how to talk about the issues tackled in the novel - from speaking out and anxiety, to cyber-bulling and staying safe online.

By UsbornePublishing

Real World Math:  How Math is Used in Information Technology Careers

Real World Math: How Math is Used in Information Technology Careers

This project has students using real-world math skills to learn to perform the calculations that are done in Information Technology jobs. They will use formulas (included) to learn how to determine percentages and use fractions, and other basic math skills used in this industry. Are your students always asking "When will be ever USE this??" This short activity shows students a real world use for the math skills they learn every day. This lesson was created for 7th and 8th grade, but could also be used successfully in upper elementary grades. Files included: • Teacher & Student Resources • How Information Technology Professionals Use Math Activity/Handout • How Information Technology Professionals Use Math Activity Answer Key • Math Formula “Cheat Sheet”

By innovationsintechnology

Rights of the Child Full SOW with lessons and work book

Rights of the Child Full SOW with lessons and work book

Complete written scheme of work, with activities booklet for each lesson and complete lessons with powerpoints and handouts. Topics include: United Nations Rights of the child, child soldiers, street children, NGOs and charity planning. Useful for Year 9 and Year 10 PSHE and Citizenship.

By MissOzenbrook