This printable resource provides teachers and students with a list of concepts that are key for learning about and understanding Sound and its basic properties. Each keyword and/or concept is presented with a clear definition and related visual. This Sound Keywords handout also comes with a fill-in-the-blank style activity geared toward helping students learn and remember key Sound concepts.
This simple story map graphic organizer helps students to succinctly organize their thinking about the different parts of stories. It may be used by students during read-alouds, guided reading and/or independent reading.
This KWL graphic organizer (What I know, what I want to know and what I learned) will help your students create an overview of their inquiry and learning about a topic. The graphic prompts will help students identify and organize information appropriate for each section of the chart.
This printable anchor sheet uses visuals and diagrams to help students understand keywords and processes related to basic numeracy concepts (e.g. Whole Numbers, Place Value, Comparing & Ordering, Rounding, Estimating, Addition, Subtraction, Mental Math). The anchor sheet is perfect to share with your class at the beginning of a unit and can be something that you continually refer back to as your class explores and becomes familiar with each facet of numeracy. It's also a tool that students can use to help them review before evaluation.
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This main idea graphic organizer allows students to branch their thinking out from a main idea/topic and develop it in greater detail and depth. The graphics provide students with visual prompts related to how they can layer their topic and more vividly explain it. I would recommend modelling how to use the organizer first with the whole class or in smaller guided groups before having students use it independently.
This scientific 4-square graphic organizer is ideal for use to help students structure their investigations during experiments. It has several key sections from the scientific method: hypothesis, materials, observations and conclusions.
This graphic organizer starter pack contains a variety of different graphic organizers that are ideal for helping students organize key ideas and information related to class learnings. These organizers have successfully been used to scaffold student success in Language, Media, Science and Social Studies. This starter pack includes the following graphic organizers: *APE - Answer,Prove, Explain *Message - Ideal for reading, viewing and inquiry activities. *Brainstorm - Great for starting a new topic or investigation. *Main Idea - Perfect for developing a topic or analyzing media or readings. *Inference/Evidence - Supports inferring while reading, experimenting or during inquiry. *Venn - Great for comparing and contrasting. *KWL - Something students can revisit throughout a unit. *Story Map - Perfect for jotting-down key information about stories to help map student understanding
This printable anchor sheet uses visuals and diagrams to help students understand keywords and processes related to measurement concepts (e.g. comparing units, appropriate unit, converting units, measuring distance, calculating perimeter, finding the are of rectangles, irregular and complex shapes). The anchor sheet is perfect to share with your class at the beginning of a unit and can be something that you continually refer back to as your class explores and becomes familiar with each facet of measurement. It's also a tool that students can use to help them review before evaluation.
This “What is Smoking” presentation contains a variety of topics, hyperlinked media resources and activity handouts related to smoking, cigarettes, addiction and peer pressure. These materials are ideal for providing opportunities for class discussion, inquiry and critical thinking and may be used as starting points for deeper investigations into related topics. The suggested activities, which are included at the end of the presentation as a resource for teachers, have successfully been used with students to compliment, extend and assess learnings garnered from this "mini-unit" on smoking. Although it is possible to complete this mini-unit and presentation within 2 weeks, I would budget around 3-4 weeks to devote enough time toward completing each activity. If you choose to merely use this resource for presentation purposes, it should be possible to complete the presentation over several days. *If you have any specific questions or suggestions about this or other resources, please feel free to ask.
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This organizer is ideal for helping your students organizing their initial thinking and understanding of topics. It provides students with graphic prompts and an organized workspace. While students work to conduct research, brainstorm ideas for writing or share their ideas about new learnings this resource will help them to begin on the right path and structure their work.