Lisa Michalek
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This is a library research project on the topic of Humans and the Environment. Students research an approved topic from a topic list. Detailed directions are given to students as to what is expected to be included and how to complete their
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In this Lesson Plan, students study a variety of nature's raw materials/resources (nearby/far-removed), selected technology (machines, tools, processes), and a variety of consumer goods. A PowerPoint Presentation and other resources on this topic
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Through the use of technology, The Lesson Guide is able to assist teachers in overcoming many of the traditional challenges that are presented in both regular education and inclusion classroom settings. The Lesson Guide teaching materials focus on using PowerPoint presentations supplemented with Note outlines. These materials have been made to be both informative on curricular topics and visually stimulating for all students. The resources that you will find within this catalog have been successfully used in many classrooms across the United States.

MY TEACHING STYLE

We have found that nearly all students prefer to receive and discuss new topics via PowerPoint (compared to reading textbooks, lectures, or copying information off of the board). This method works extremely well with both mainstreamed and inclusion students. Teachers are able to print off and have a notebook with all the PowerPoint slides for students who need to take a second look at a slide or who are absent for the day. Your students will look forward to these presentations. Classroom participation, content knowledge and retention will increase dramatically while using these resources to present lesson materials.

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