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Author: bjoyce12

Hands On Way To Teach Similes & Metaphors #Globaledchat #education #writing #aussieED

Students work step by step to prepare a book about themselves to show their understanding of similes and metaphors. This was one of the most inspiring lessons I have taught. The students were engaged and working day by day we followed the anchor charts of Mrs Joyce’s examples. https://www.teachinginroom6.com/2012/01/mix-n-match-similes-and-metaphors.html Advertisements

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Student Prepare to meet the inspirational Muhib Ur Rahman Muhib. #OGC #Our GlobalClassroom

About I have a background in Linguistic, literature, media, education and children’s publishing with national and international companies. Since 2007 I have worked with BBC World Service, OFRD, IRC, ASGO, Save the Children International and MoE/TVET. Currently I am working as Reading Materials Development Specialist with Chemonics International/Resources, Skills and Capacities in Early Grade Reading in Afghanistan Project which is…

Homework Term 3 – Week 2, 2019: Observe, Wonder, Infer #OGC #OurGlobalClassroom

Look and Learn: The Eye This week 5/6J you will need to look at the picture and think critically. Making observations, asking questions and decide on inferences. Look at the picture, what do you observe (see) in the picture. Write as many observations as you can. What questions can you ask about this picture? Ask questions that start with how…

Think Critically Look to Learn: Central African Republic #L2L #GlobalEd #thinking #OGC

Look to Learn: Central African Republic Observe – Wonder – Infer What do you observe in the picture? (What do you see) – Describe with evidence. Do not make an inference here. What do you wonder is happening in the image? What are the people doing? Ask questions What inferences can you make about what you can see in the…

Thinking Critically : Look 2 Learn. See – Think – Wonder #globaled #OurGlobalClassroom #OneWorldOneClassroom

See Think Wonder What do you see in the picture? Use descriptive sentences to describe what you see. You might like to use these sentence starters: I see ….. Looking from the outside I view ….. My heart breaks as I see….. What do you think has happened here? Describe using powerful language.2What does it make you wonder? Record 5…

Maths Rotation – Prime and Composite Numbers

  What do you notice? I want you to think about the following even/odd numbers, patterns, multiples, factors, multiplication, common multiples, prime/composite numbers.   Triangular Numbers Students in each group should work to build triangles of different sizes. After building a triangle the group writes down the number of counters that make up each triangle. Each of these numbers is a Triangular Number. As each group builds…

#ProblemSolving – What Do You Notice? #Maths

  Rotating around the room students explore different mathematical thinking about what they notice. Students are to use sticky notes to explain what they can see and how they might solve the problem. Many of the problems revolve around counting, place value and the four processes. http://www.familymathnight.com/resources/familymathnight-notice.php

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