Monday, August 1, 2011

1st Nine weeks questions.

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Example:  Week 1 Day 3 - Donald's question Why is it important for students to describe physical properties in explicit detail?
Example:  Week 1 Day 3 - Donald's question -Why is it important for students to describe physical properties in explicit detail?     How far in detail do students need to go?

3rd Grade Roll Out Station # 5 - Getting Into Gases

1.  What went well?
2.  What didn't go well?
3.  How would you modify this activity to have better implementation in your classroom?
4.  What proving behavior would you have to ensure that students have mastered this concept?
5.  Write an application question for the students to answer by the end of the activity.  

3rd Grade Roll Out Station # 4 - Down Play

1.  What went well?
2.  What didn't go well?
3.  How would you modify this activity to have better implementation in your classroom?
4.  What proving behavior would you have to ensure that students have mastered this concept?
5.  Write an application question for the students to answer by the end of the activity.  

3rd Grade Roll Out Station # 3 - Mystery Matter

1.  What went well?
2.  What didn't go well?
3.  How would you modify this activity to have better implementation in your classroom?
4.  What proving behavior would you have to ensure that students have mastered this concept?
5.  Write an application question for the students to answer by the end of the activity.  

3rd Grade Roll Out Station #2 - A Mixed Bag

1.  What went well?
2.  What didn't go well?
3.  How would you modify this activity to have better implementation in your classroom?
4.  What proving behavior would you have to ensure that students have mastered this concept?
5.  Write an application question for the students to answer by the end of the activity.  

3rd Grade Roll Out Station # 1 - Surprise Packages

1.  What went well?
2.  What didn't go well?
3.  How would you modify this activity to have better implementation in your classroom?
4.  What proving behavior would you have to ensure that students have mastered this concept?
5.  Write an application question for the students to answer by the end of the activity.