Students in 5A are in the midst of creating their math videos. Each partnership choose a math lesson and had to go through the whole flipped process. They started with identifying the learning objectives and important information to teach in order for others to learn the objectives. After planning students organized their presentation's order by making a graphic organizer. Once their plans were complete students had the green light to create their presentations. Finally, after the presentation was completed and after lots of practice running through, students recorded their videos!
Here is the first student video made by Soyoun and Sarah. What do you think?
5A students--Did you like creating your own flipped lesson? What was challenging for you? What was easier for you? Respond in the comment section.
Sometimes Mondays are hard, but after watching this video I felt energized and blessed to be alive! What are things that motivate you to be your best possible self? Comment Below!
On Saturday night, EAC students and families came out in their creative costumes to celebrate Halloween. Take a look at the slide show to see if you recognize your classmates!
Before our colonists can set sail we need to bone up on our map skills. Try out the games below and leave a comment about something you learned while playing!
Help Kimo, the tour guide, navigate around the island. (National Geographic)
Learn about the geographic features in the United States (Sheppard Software) http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/USA-georegion.html
Build planet Earth from the oceans up (National Geographic)
http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/media/geogames/?ar_a=1 (Click on the picture to open the game)
Explore the world with map themes, data, and tools (National Geographic) http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/mapping/interactive-map/?ar_a=1
In Wonder Augge's teacher shares a monthly precept with the class. Webster's dictionary defines a precept as, " A command or principle intended as a general rule of action. Students in 5A are writing their own precepts."
A precept I follow is...
What is a precept you follow in your daily life? Please share them in the comments.
Today in class we read this article about the government situation in the United States and identified the causes for the shut down. The US government is complex, so we had a engaging discussion about how it is organized and the responsibilities of each branches. Check out the links below to review and to dive deeper into the US government.
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