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  • TEAMS Projects
    Chama Elementary Chama NM Juliet L Efros Clarkdale Jerome Clarkdale AZ 184 780 85 Zelda Fisher Clifford Street 21 96 Bonnie Miller East Elementary Tooele UT 73 204 Cleone Larson East Sandy Elem Sandy Utah 22 54 Marilyn Ward Gladstone Elem San Dimas CA 495 708 Sue De Lossa Glendale American Glendale AZ 505 1542 5 Richard Squillante Hale School Roxbury MA 198 470 Gina Hohensee Halfway Elementary Halfway MO 202 736 12 Frank Saxton Kerman Floyd Elem Kerman CA 602 2884 Jan Rall Kester Magnet 57 208 2 Sara Jenkins Lattie Coor Avondale AZ 26 108 Diann M Kripp Lattie Coor Avondale AZ 24 108 Judy Stropky Lattie Coor Avondale AZ 24 100 Mr Davidson Lincoln Elem La Crescenta CA 32 152 Kristie Colegate Lincoln Elem La Crescenta CA 32 128 Mrs Dashner Lincoln Elem La Crescenta CA 34 132 Patsy Eisler Lindsey Middle Portales NM 275 368 5 Nancy Myers Lockhart Elem Knightdale NC 538 1925 Ida Stevenson Newberry Elem Detroit MI 24 102 5 Dorothy Thompson Pahvant School Richfield Utah 101 354 Arlene Anderson Pahvant School Richfield Utah Kraig Nilsson Pahvant School Richfield Utah Brad Whittaker Pahvant School Richfield Utah Pat Horyna Parley s Park Elem Park

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/projects/math/hand95.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Hands Across America Extension Activities
    perimeter of your classroom number of students it would take to fill the area of your classroom standing shoulder to shoulder number of students it would take to make a chain one mile long number of students it would take to Hug your school perimeter After recording their estimation do the actual measurement and have the students get the actual answers using their class data SEND A SQUEEZE Students estimate how long it would take for a hand squeeze to get around a circle of linked students Perform this activity by forming a large circle with students holding hands designating a student to start the process by squeezing the person s hand next in line when the student feels a hand squeeze the student squeezes the next person s hand This squeeze continues around the circle EXTENSION ACTIVITIES Have the students estimate the time it takes to go in the other direction around the circle Does it make a difference If we don t reach across the country how far does our hand in hand link reach Use a map to have students figure out cities that may be linked In May Jeannie will send participating classrooms the data we

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/projects/math/handactivities.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Historical Book Project
    Adult Books The books listed below foreground women who played significant roles in history Historical Fiction A collection of links to historical fiction sites Writers of Historical Fiction Brenda Hoffman offers information and links on selected authors including Scott O Dell Ann Rinaldi Chris and James Lincoln Collier Karen Cushman and Paul Fleischman Boulder Public Library Historical Fiction Collection Books indexed by time period from Medieval and Renaissance Fiction to

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/angie/historian/projects/recommend.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Historical Book Project
    the literature they read Individual students or collaborative groups write book reports to entice others to read the books that they found interesting Choose a focus the books cultural and historical backgrounds critical perspectives or an analysis of its characters or themes Explain what makes the book worth reading Reports should be positive in tone and only books the students consider to be worthwhile should be submitted Create illustrations of

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/angie/historian/projects/report.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Share a Historical Book Project
    skills in critical appreciation and judgment Individual students or collaborative groups select a book they feel is worthy of receiving the Historical Favorite of the Year Award for 1998 Write a brief explanation to justify the nomination listing the evaluation criteria used to make the selection and how the books met each of the criteria Describe the special characteristics about the books that students most enjoyed Create color illustrations of

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/angie/historian/projects/award.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Historical Book Project
    in the books they have chosen Write the articles as they would appear on the front pages of the newspapers in the cities where the events took place Assume the role of news reporters and clearly describe the events in detail so that readers can understand exactly what happened and why Include quotes from the eyewitnesses to the events Since all good headline articles include photographs create color pictures that

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/angie/historian/projects/news.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Share a Historical Book Project
    focus the books cultural and historical backgrounds critical perspectives or an analysis of its characters or themes Explain what makes the book worth reading Projects should be positive in tone and only books the students consider to be worthwhile should be submitted Use a full range of interactive multimedia scanned images original drawings typed in text and sound but beware The finished project must fit on a floppy disk Be

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/angie/historian/projects/stack.html (2016-02-17)
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  • SD #1 - Find Your Modality Strenghts
    the telephone since it saves time conversing while walking jogging or doing something physical 4 When I m angry I usually clam up and give others the silent treatment am quick to let others know why I am angry clench my fists grasp something tightly or storm off 5 When driving I frequently check the rear view mirror and watch the road carefully turn on the radio as soon as I enter the car can t get comfortable in a seat and continually shift position 6 I consider myself a neat dresser a sensible dresser a comfortable dresser 7 At a meeting I come prepared with notes and displays enjoy discussing issues and hearing other points of view would rather be somewhere else so I doodle 8 In my spare time I would rather watch television go to a movie attend the theater or read listen to the radio or records attend a concert or play an instrument engage in a physical activity of some kind 9 The best approach to discipline is isolate the child by separating him her from the group reason with the child and discuss the situation use acceptable forms of corporal punishment 10 The most

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/algebra/3-4/teacher/guide/SD1.html (2016-02-17)
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