I will use the 20 words strategy with my students to learn about land and sea breezes in unit 5.
I plan to use the Roving Paragraph strategy at the end of our Earth's processes unit, using four sentence stems.
Before we meet again, I will implement the roving paragraph. Students will emphasize and explain why the hydrosphere is important.
I really think the Roving Paragraph strategy will help my students review key concepts and form paragraphs using good transitions.
I will use the quick write strategy to have students describe a picture using both potential energy and kinetic energy.
I will like to use roving paragraph or RAFT to help my students write in class, great practice for TELPAS!
Before the next meeting of the Science Residency, the strategy I plan to use to review is the Roving Paragraph.
Before our next Literacy meeting, I plan on using the ABC Brainstorming strategy as a pre-test on Darwin's Evolutionary Theory.
I used the 20 words to explain the continental drift and the theory of plate tectonics. Some of the kids did really well. I did allow the ell kids to write the words in their own language.I am still using the roving paragraph to help the ell kids for telpas writing.
I plan to use the roving paragraph. I will have students use this strategy to review over the content matter.
One strategy I will use in class is Claims, Evidence, Reasoning to summarize what students learn about flow of energy.
The writing strategy I will try before the next meeting that I will post on blog is roving paragraph strategy
The strategy that I used was the 20 word strategy as an exit ticket during our energy transformation unit.