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writing_samples_for_big_words revised.doc

 

 

 

 

 

UNRELATED  ... BUT  GREAT  BOOK~for first Grade!

 

Ook the Book and Other Silly Rhymesby Lissa Rovetch

 

Info and Sample Page from Book:  http://www.amazon.com/Ook-Book-Other-Silly-Rhymes/dp/0811826600

 

Have students write their own word family poems...then illustrate!

 

STUDENT  ROUGH  DRAFT: 

 

                                                                                                                         

 

 

IMPORTANT PROJECT

 

 

TEACHER TUBE EXAMPLE

http://www.teachertube.com/view_video.php?viewkey=6ea2251b2b4518ede4c5

 

TEMPLATE  

The important thing template.doc

 

MY SAMPLE 

The Lincoln Penny Important book2.ppt (without sound)

 

My professional wikis:

 

links to ACSU literacy wiki sites: 

acsulitteam.pbwiki.com      mhteachers.pbwiki.com

 

RESPONSE TO VISUAL IMAGE SAMPLES:

 

Image+Bank[1].doc

 

Kids_at_water_park.doc

Final_One_sledding[1].doc

Final_Assessment_Image_for_grade_3[1].doc

FINAL_Grade_4_Robot_and_boy.doc

revised_Grade_5_visual_image_prompts.doc

Final_Grade_6_Prompts,_sleeping_gir,_babies,_reinactment.doc

8-2008+K-6+Rubric+Set+(Response+to+Image).doc

Student_Writing_Checklists_K-6.doc

 

More time to learn desktop copy.ppt (first grade intervention)

 

 Strong+Writers+PowerPoint[1].ppt 

(Final project for John Collins work...acsu summer development institute)

 

 Revised ACSU Writing Evidence Plan by Grade Level 2008.doc

 

This is an adaptation of John Collins for primary...

 Primary FCA Stickers (Full).doc



 

 

   

 

http://glue.yahoo.com/page/ruby+bridges  (Ruby Bridges book)

 

 

www.teachertube.com/view_video.php MARTIN'S BIG WORDS--Weston Woods Video

 

 

 

Fences.ppt  (images--students oral connections with image)

THIS LINK TAKES YOU TO DESCRIPTIONS 

OF LESSONS I AM DOING IN GRADES K-3 related to civil rights; this is a work in progress...stay tuned for updates: 

 BIG WORDS THAT CHANGE THE WORLD goodies.doc

 

 

WRITING SCAFFOLDS:  

 

Poetry acrostic maker:  http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/acrostic/

 

MARTIN'S BIG WORDS:  

 http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/bigwords_book/big_book_template.pdf 

 

DR. SEUSS--QUIZ WRITING SITE!

These are Doctor Seuss Materials for upcoming Read Across America:  Dr._Seuss_quiz[2].doc

 

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/  This is a very cool quiz making tool for teachers/students!  I recently made one for our school's celebration of Read Across America...very very simple to make a quiz--very interactive! 

 STUDENT  WORK:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

writing_samples_for_big_words revised.doc 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student writing collage--civil rights:  freedom and peace2.doc

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On August 28, 1963, Dr. King lead a civil rights march to Washington, D.C., and gave his famous “I Have a Dream” Speech.  It was a very important moment in the Civil Rights Movement.

“Freedom and Peace,

All sisters and brothers, Like family,

White and black, Free at Last! Free at Last!”

“Black people want freedom. They need peace.

They want to live together … blacks and whites together.”

 “Peace is what we want—use it to get it!  You have to have love to have peace, so love your enemies.”

We imagined other words Dr. King and those marching with him might have said that day….

“Everyone should be able to have the rights to do everything they want to do.”                                                                              “Together everyone will make the world better. I love my black and white people. I wish the world would change.”

“Together everyone can make peace.”

“I love my black and white brothers and sisters. When we love everyone, we will have peace. I have this dream that everyone will live peacefully together.”

“I have a wish for everyone to have the same rights for jobs and schools.”

Here’s what Martin Luther King’s Dream looks like today, right here at Mary Hogan School. 

“Sisters and Brothers can live together in peace in this world.  Only love can bring them all together.”

Martin Luther King’s dream has come true.

Everybody has worked together to become friends.

Everyone can play together happily…Freedom to all of us who play together.

We play together in freedom.  Everyone is free at last, no matter what they look like. 

 

TARA AND BELLA

 

Here's a fun update--someone just sent me this link and I just LOVE it!  A video of interspecies friendship that's right up there with Owen and Mzee...

 

http://www.ohmidog.com/2009/01/08/tarra-and-bella-revisited/

and

www.youtube.com/watch   Have students watch this video...then respond

with a picture showing two unlikely friends.

 

THIS IS THE LESSON I DEVELOPED FOR USE WITH THE ABOVE ELEPHANT VIDEOS... elephant lesson.doc 

 

THe Important Book Lesson:  The Important Book.ppt

 

The important thing template.doc

 

 

 

 

 

(below are some of the links I used to create the civil rights lessons above;

you may want to check them out...) 

 

websites featuring Ruby bridges...civil rights...

falcon.jmu.edu/~ramseyil/bridges.htm

 

www.readwritethink.org/lessons/lesson_view.asp

 

www.rubybridges.com/home.htm

 

Ruby's Shoes...lyrics

www.lyricstime.com/lori-mckenna-ruby-s-shoes-lyrics.html

 

mlk poem:   Standing Tall.doc

 

ruby bridges reader's theatre:   The Story of Ruby Bridges readers theatre 2.doc

 

This is a link I have used in the past...The concept of courage is presented via lessons on MLKing, Rosa Parks, and Ruby Bridges

 

www.gpschools.org/ci/ce/multi/LessonsInCourage.pdf  

 

song by tom Paxton:   Your Shoes.doc

 

Norman Rockwell picture for response:   norma rockwell image.doc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (1)

lisa surridge said

at 3:11 pm on Jan 26, 2009

Wow!! Looks great Laura.

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