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- Paper Airplane Web Sites

Air Machines Step by step instruction for the expert to the novice on creating wide varieties of complex aircraft from a simple sheets of white standard paper Paperang Find directions to make The best paper airplane system in the world Sabertooth Step by step design of this favorite paper airplane YES Mag Flyer Clear instruction and easy to follow illustrations from the Canadian Science Magazine for children Yes Mag Aerospace Museums History of Flight Landings Aviation Museums History An extensive collection of links to museums and aviation history sites First Flight This site is dedicated to Wilbur and Orville Wright and their first attempts at flight Planes of Fame One of the first air museums in the United States San Diego Aerospace Museum Read up on the history of flight Information and photos on Origami A Paper Folding Project Origami Photo Gallery Joseph Wu s Origami Photo Page General Information on Aerodynamic Designs An Introduction to Aerodynamics An explanation with diagrams including basic dimensions derived dimensions scalars and vectors and relationships in coordinate systems What is Aeronautics Learn more about the science of flight how and why airplanes fly why we need different types of airplanes and more from this

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/projects/math/airplane_sites.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - TEAMS PROJECTS

the data to us at TEAMS Distance Learning Jeannie will collect the data all school year long and post the information in May 1996 Your students might want to put the information into a database creating fields to compare the lengths that came in from each state Our goal is to reach further across America than last year Check back soon because we will be posting last year s statistics

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/projects/math/hand.html (2016-02-17)

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linking ideas in words and images They can pick from four different ways to share their books online Procedure Students work individually or in collaborative groups to read literature books related to the concepts being studied in history social science They select their favorite books and pick one of the formats below for creating book sharing projects If you need some ideas for historical fiction and non fiction literature to

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/angie/historian/projects/books.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Paper Airplane Web Sites

paper Paper Airplane of the Month Lots of different designs for you to try Paper Scale Models This is a commercial site but it show the level of sophistication you can reach with paper models Sabertooth Step by step design of this favorite paper airplane World Record Paper Airplane Download the instructions for creating Ken Blackburn s 1994 Guiness world record paper airplane Paper Airplane Software KittyHawk Software Shareware Software for 4 different models of paper airplanes you can download and try Aerospace Museums History of Flight Landings Aviation Museums History An extensive collection of links to museums and aviation history sites First Flight This site is dedicated to Wilbur and Orville Wright and their first attempts at flight Planes of Fame One of the first air museums in the United States San Diego Aerospace Museum Read up on the history of flight Those Magnificent Men and Their Flying Machines Early Flight A tribute to the Wright brothers and the other pioneers of aviation To Fly Is Everything A virtual museum covering the invention of the airplane Information and photos on Origami A Paper Folding Project Jasper s Origami Primer Origami Photo Gallery Joseph Wu s Origami Photo Page Origami

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/geometry/projects/airplane/airplane_sites.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Concepts About Print

to you Show me where to read Check the box if student points to first word on top left of pg 3 Does the student know which way to read Turn to the second page of the book Say Point to where I start reading Check the box if student points to print somewhere on the first page 4 Does the student know that print is read from left to right Say Which way do I go Check the box if student moves finger from left to right 5 Does the student know at the end of the line to return to the next line Say Where do I go after that Check the box if student return sweeps to the left 6 Does the student have one to one match with voice to print Say Point to the words as I read Check the box if student matches your voice to the print as you read 7 Does the student understand the concept of first and last Turn to a new page Say Show me the first part of this story Say Show me the last part of this story Check the box if student points to any of the following combinations the first and last words on a line the first and last words in a sentence the first and last words on a page the first and last words in the book 8 Does the student know that the left page is read before the right page Turn the page so that there is a left and right page to read Say Where do I start reading Check the box if student points to the left page 9 Does the student know the meaning of a question mark Point to a question mark in the text Say

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/print/conceptsqt_print.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Patti's K-1 Discussion Group's

s The TEAMS Discussion Groups are currently not available Please check back toward the end of January 2001 Sorry for the inconvenience Go to 2 3 Home Contact Us Kindergarten Grade 1 Classroom Patti s Electronic Classroom TEAMS Electronic Hallway

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/discussion/discussion.html (2016-02-17)

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and experiment to help develop mathematical thinking skills Spatial sense is an intuitive feel for one s surroundings and the objects in them NCTM Standards pg 49 Learning Geometry Geometry helps students represent and make sense of the world At every grade geometry is best learned by beginning at the concrete level Students experience and investigate properties of shapes and figures with a variety of manipulatives Younger students sort and classify Older students use manipulatives to find patterns and discover relationships between geometric figures Challenging activities at the conceptual level allow students to develop and fine tune their explanations and thought processes These experiences lay the groundwork for formal geometry Geometry has a language and vocabulary of its own but the understanding of vocabulary should not be the focus Vocabulary and definitions evolve from experiences constructing visualizing drawing sorting and measuring two and three dimensional figures NCTM Standards The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics NCTM in its Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics 1989 states Spatial understandings are necessary for interpreting understanding and appreciating our inherently geometric world To improve spatial sense students need to draw and sketch shapes have experiences that focus on geometric relationships the direction orientation and perspectives of objects in space combine shapes to create other shapes construct draw measure visualize compare transform and classify geometric figures NCTM Standards state that in grades K 4 the mathematics curriculum should include two and three dimensional geometry so that students can describe model draw and classify shapes investigate and predict the results of combining subdividing and changing shapes develop spatial sense relate geometric ideas to number and measurement ideas recognize and appreciate geometry in their world In grades 5 8 the mathematics curriculum should include the study of the geometry of one two and three dimensions

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/algebra/3-4/teacher/guide/intro.html (2016-02-17)

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NCTM mathematics strand of Geometry The goal of TEAMS programming is to give students experiences that are aligned with their level of mathematical development The topic of geometry is developed from the early grades into the middle grades Throughout the levels mathematical language is developed Discourse between students is promoted skills in analyzing and classifying are expanded The study of geometry helps students represent and make sense of the world NCTM Curriculum and Evaluation Standards pg 112 Program Overview The two staff development programs are designed to help teachers facilitate programs from Shapes in Space during the upcoming school year Shapes in Space emphasizes the importance of geometry and spatial awareness in the mathematics curriculum from 1st through 8th grade The staff development programs address teaching strategies that improve accessiblity and develop a rich understanding of geometry for all students These teaching strategies reinforce the TEAMS philosophy that Math power can be attained by ALL students Teachers will complete a learning styles analysis become aware of effective strategies to teach geometry at all grade levels view software and web sites that supplement lessons in geometry find out how to work with manipulatives experience a cooperative activity become aware of publications from the NCTM understand the importance of writing in the mathematics classroom Materials Handout Materials Modality Strengths SD 1 duplicate one per person Sorting and Classifying SD 2 duplicate one per group of four Teaching Geometry Concepts Shapes in Space program guide Cooperative Learning Activity SD 3 Manipulatives Geoblocks or Polydrons Color Tiles or Connecting Cubes Geoboards Pentominoes Staff Development 1 and 2 Telecast Activities Teaching geometry Sorting and classifying Developing concepts Teaching strategies Cooperative learning Questioning techniques Integrating technologies Teaching diverse populations Assessment How to Communicate with TEAMS Contact Jeannie Toshima at Phone 562 922 6185 FAX 562 922

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/algebra/3-4/teacher/guide/staff.html (2016-02-17)

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