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1. Video

1.1. Objectives

1.1.1. Manitoba Curriculum Grade 2 Mathematics 2.N.8 Demonstrate and explain the effect of adding zero to or subtracting zero from any number

1.2. Prerequistes

1.2.1. Adding and subtracting numbers up to 20.

1.3. Resources

1.3.1. Computer and projector.

1.3.2. Paper

1.3.3. Pencil

1.4. Notes

1.4.1. Summary Students will watch a video about adding and subtracting zero from any number. The teacher will use the whiteboard to go over some examples with the class after the video. The students will fill in a worksheet of question adding and subtracting zero from a number.

1.4.2. Evaluation Teacher will listen to students verbally answer questions adding and subtracting zero from a number. Students will hand in their worksheet at the end of class for grading by the teacher. Students will complete a short online quiz. (Quiz can be accessed through blog.)

1.4.3. Direct Instruction After showing the video teacher will review material on whiteboard with students.

2. Collaboration

2.1. Objectives

2.1.1. Manitoba Curriculum Grade 3 Art 3-4 A-L1.1 use are media, tools, and processes to explore and demonstrate understanding of the elements of art: line, colour, texture, shape, form, and space.

2.2. Prerequistes

2.2.1. An understanding of the elements of art: line, colour, texture, shape, form, and space.

2.3. Resources

2.3.1. A computer

2.3.2. Google Draw

2.4. Notes

2.4.1. Summary Teacher will demonstrate, on their computer, using a projector, and Google Draw, how to entre Google Draw and add to the collaboration. Students will enter the Google Draw program and add to the class picture. They will follow the instructions posted on the page.

2.4.2. Direct Instruction Teacher will demonstrate, using a computer and projector, how to enter Google Draw and how to add to the picture. (An example can be found on my blog under Collaboration.)

2.4.3. Evaluation Teacher will walk around the class and watch the students entre Google Draw and add to the collaboration. Teacher will view the collaboration when all students are finished to see how each student added to the collaboration.

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4. Podcast

4.1. Objectives

4.1.1. Manitoba Curriculum Grade 4 Science 4-3-04 Identify and classify various sounds using student generated criteria.

4.2. Prerequistes

4.2.1. Students expand their concept of energy by examining sound.

4.3. Resources

4.3.1. Required Resources A sound file containing various sounds for the class to listen to. (Can be found on course blog under podcast.) A piece of paper to number the sounds and record what they think the sounds are. Pencil or pen. A computer to play the sounds.

4.4. Notes

4.4.1. Instruction The teacher will explain to the class what is expected of them. The teacher will play a sound, have the students try to name the sound, and write the answers on the whiteboard. Once the students know what is expected of them the teacher will proceed with the lesson and play the sound file containing 5 sounds that was prerecorded for the class.

4.4.2. Evaluation The teacher will observe the students recording their answers. The teacher will go over the students answers as a class, listening to the different answers the students came up with and discussing what sound the teacher recorded.

4.4.3. Summary The students will take out paper, and a pen or pencil. They will number their page 1-5. The teacher will use her computer to play a sound file. The students will try to name each sound that they hear. The class will discuss their answers afterwards.

5. Maps

5.1. Objectives

5.1.1. Manitoba Curriculum Grade 3 Social Studies KL-020 Locate communities or countries studied on a world map or globe

5.2. Prerequistes

5.2.1. Students will know how to locate their community on a paper map of Manitoba.

5.3. Notes

5.3.1. Direct Instruction Demonstrate in front of the class how to open Google Maps, create a new map, add layers, pins, draw a line, create a polygon, label. and save. (An example can be found on my blog under My Map.)

5.3.2. Evaluation Observation - Watch students create maps, go in and view maps when students are complete.

5.3.3. Summary Students will go into Google Maps and create a map that shows their community. They will make three layers. The first layer will show the municipality of their community, the second layer will show the community, the third layer will show at least two points of interest. All layers will be labelled.

5.4. Resources

5.4.1. Required Resources Access to a computer. Google Account Map of the world.