This Roadmap contains teaching videos and activities that require students to solve problems involving perimeters of polygons, including finding the perimeter given the side lengths, finding an unknown side length. Students will create a video to show that they know how to solve problems involving perimeter after completing the activities with success.
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A sequence of 3 Roadmaps (Day 1, Day 2 Day 3) that are aligned with the TEK 4.6B, Circuits. These lessons have been classroom tested in a DallasISD 4th grade classroom. Contact Elliot Soloway if you are interested in using the Roadmaps: 734 355 4098, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Discovering Matter lesson allows for students to conduct one of their first experiments in 3rd grade. Through the Roadmap they are introduced to the three common states of matter, the terms constant and variable, as well as being introduced to creating a driving question and creating an experiment (with help). The activities can be completed as a group or as individuals. The choice is yours.
This is an example of a guest teacher flow chart. This was created to help the guest teacher flow through the day with ease. When using my computer that day the websites with accounts automatically logged in for her.
Author: Cathie Norris (University of North Texas), Elliot Soloway (University of Michigan)
This is a "baseline" lesson for students to learn about how a law is passed in the U.S. Congress. There are only a few learning activities in the lesson “Roadmap.” The intent is for a teacher to modify the lesson to fit the needs of her/his classroom. For example, a high school teacher might include more text-based materials, while an elementary school teacher might include more video-based materials. Feel free to add new learning activities.
This lesson uses the Roadmap.center platform, a platform that supports educators in managing the full life-cycle of a digital lesson (e.g., creating, distributing, monitoring, assessing, sharing). Clicking on the “Roadmap” will open Roadmap.center and then you can modify the lesson as you see fit. (You will need to log into Roadmap.center with a Google email account.) Roadmap.center is a free, device-independent platform. Visit the Intergalactic Mobile Learning Center for more information: https://imlc.io
In this Roadmap, students will learn how a bill is passed in the U.S. Congress. Learners will start by proposing a law that should be passed. And learners will interview 2 adults who will suggest laws that should be passed.
This Roadmap is an Informational Text Writing Unit. The unit begins with explaining what non fiction text is, the features of it, and how to write each section within it. Once the student has their first draft they begin with revision. They must prove the existence of certain features within their writing. The writing partner will also have the opportunity to evaluate their work. The partners for organization and ideas, sentence level revision, and editing for capitalization and spelling.