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Prezi:  CITIZENSHIP- Problem Based Learning
This is a PBL where students, in groups, create a project for the school community to better the school grounds. The principal needs their input! Student groups must come up with a slogan and presentation. Then, present their project. The class will then vote on the projects. The document downloa
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Building Empathy In Your Students
"Empathy starts with putting yourself in someone else's shoes -- a key step in understanding perspectives that differ from your own. This isn't just a nice thing to do; it's an essential, active skill. It's foundational to embracing differences, building relationships, gaining a global perspective,
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Social Media Argument Presentation Project Rubric
Students research the pros and cons of social media and take a side. Then, they create a presentation with three reasons for or against it and they include a counterclaim. Then, they present it to their peers and can debate it.This is a fully editable document to meet the needs of you and your kid
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Writing Essay Conclusions: Six Strategies Similar to Closure in a Story
GIF compares 6 ways to end an essay with 5 ways to resolve a story: restatement and manifesting a moral; anecdotal scene and natural termination/encapsulation; hook-and-return and completion of antithesis; pan-to-larger perspective and manifesting a moral; proposal and solution to central problem; a
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The Civil War Under Investigation (Intro to a unit)
This detailed lesson includes: -Guided questions for students -Guided notes on the lecture to accompany the prezi -A fun, investigation styled prezi link (10 slides) -A warm/intro into the lesson -Detailed "Stats" of the Civil War and NC's part in it -Prezi now includes clip of the Stanford Prison
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Beginning of the Year Project: How do you learn best?
A project that kids can do at home or in class that allows them to see how they lean best. It lets them look at learning styles and multiple intelligences.
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Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences
This is a PDF of Gardner's theory of multiple intelligence. Can be used for research, determining your students' intelligences, etc. Annotations (what I discussed with my students during presentation) sold separately. Gardner's Theory of MI by Delaney Grizzle is licensed under a Creative Commons A
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Annotations for Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences
These are annotations (what I discussed with my students) during my presentation of MI.
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Getting to Know YOU! (Digital Biography) My Life/Novel MASH-UP
Looking for a creative GETTING TO KNOW YOU project for the beginning of the year? Here's a different spin on the often repetitive process. This is really good for READING classes.
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Rhetorical Devices in Advertising Unit - 4 Prezi Slideshows, Project and Quiz
Thank you for taking the time to consider this resource, which I’ve used many times to help my students understand the different strategies that advertisers use in order to persuade us to buy their products. I have found it memorable for my kids, as it is visual, student driven, and helps learners d
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Toulmin Argument Model: claim, data, warrant/backing, counter-claim/rebuttal
This slightly revised model of rational argument adds a backbone of the scientific method and also replaces Qualifier with Counter-Claim (per Purdue OWL). Slow-animated GIF highlights/describes argument parts and how they work together to persuade a critical thinker. You can test your argument essay
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Thesis Sentence: whole-brain style & substance to focus & sell your argument
This animated GIF highlights 5 essential factors of thesis sentence: Specific/concise, Meaningful, Summarize left- and/or right brain arguments, Easy to find (top-down), and Clear/professional style/grammar. Students will write clearer essays if they develop a habit-of-mind to consider all five of t
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What’s Happening? Asking questions is the beginning of wisdom—not fearing...
4-frame animated GIF shows how questions Who, What, Where, When, How, Why, and What if/else/about? can help students progress from facts to analysis to wisdom—curiosity (and a deeper dialogue with others and reality) is a habit of mind worth developing. Image size 960×720 (file size 526 KB). Can be
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Flow Diagram of Essay-Writing: from Idea to Word Level with feedback loops
Animated GIF shows writer’s reflective process with feedback loops through stages of observation, hypothesis, feasibility, tentative design, revisions as needed and then on to the actual words-on-paper (or computer) stage with both revision and proofreading steps before sharing with other critical t
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Occam’s Razor and Corollary for Writing: Use enough words but not too many
This animated GIF adapts an efficiency theorem for scientific explanations to the art of writing and gives some hints to help determine whether you are wasting words or leaving holes in your argument. Includes examples of NEEDY writing (unclear because important words or ideas are missing), WEEDY wr
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Writing Essay Introductions: A Strong Thesis Sentence in an Engaging Context
3-frame GIF describes a Toulmin-type thesis sentence and includes such an example; also lists 12 ways to set the tone/context/value of the argument; such as scene-setting, asking a question, quoting someone, etc. Image size 960×720 (file size 322 KB). Can be used as an animated-graphic slide within
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The Curse of Knowledge: How writers betray (but can also help) their readers
Writers falsely assume that readers share an identical understanding and that just giving readers all the argument pieces will persuade them. Cognitive biases can fool the writer, but remedies exist to help writers break the curse and really reach their readers by avoiding jargon, by giving examples
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Inference Higher Order Thinking Lesson
Thank you for your consideration in purchasing the lesson on inference. We are pushed to incorporate higher order thinking skills in all classes regardless of the level at which we teach. What many school officials do not consider is that when we have younger or lower level classes, these skills hav
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Monty Hall Common Sense: maybe slow down your fast-thinking and do the math
This critical-thinking problem asks you to select 1 of 3 doors to possibly win a prize. After new info, you may then switch your selection. Do you make a quick, gut-level decision, or you do you do the math? This PPT-size animated GIF (5-frame, 4 seconds each, 2 cycles) can be used as a PPT slide th
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