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Fourth Grade November 2016

 

 

November 28-Dec.2, 2016

GOOD MORNING YOU AWESOME-FANTASTIC FABULOUS CLASS! 

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 TECH Teacher 

 

 

 TECH Student

 


 

 

LEARNING GOAL:

TSW create programming code

TSW do ELA practice questions.

 

 

TSW

create

 code with Star Wars

 

 

 NETS

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Technology Operations and Concepts 

Computer Programming Code introduction

 

 

Learning Sequence

 

1. Have students login to computers.

2. Intro to coding:

 

Star Wars Intro

 

Use one of these videos if time allows.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Links for Today:

 

 

 

 

Code with Star Wars

Code with Minecraft

 

Code with Anna and Elsa


 

Made with Code

 

INSIDE HQ


   

Angry Birds

Tynker


 

or

select your own to code

 

Bitsbox  create an app

 


 Make your own Flappy Bird game


 

 Scratch (animate your name, design a holiday card)


Code Avengers  

 

 

 

 

TECH TEACHER   


TECH STUDENT 


 

Learning Goal:

 

GOOD MORNING YOU AWESOME-FANTASTIC FABULOUS CLASS!

 

 

I can 

review

the election process with a whole group quiz

 

I can

review

elements of a Campaign Poster

I can

write

a persuasive essay on a school issue or project

I can

use

a campaign poster rubric with a peer to help me edit my campaign poster.

   

LEARNING SEQUENCE:

 

The Election Project

 

Election Results for Berry's class only

1. As an intro remind students that the National Election is tomorrow and the national student election results will be done next week....

 

Review Quiz- Open 2 Windows to do quiz

2. Review the Election Project Process by having a review quiz...

 

Teacher:https://quizizz.com/login

mveswolves/


Students:

https://quizizz.com/join/

 

3. Campaign Poster

 

Local Campaign Poster Kim Hakes

 

Local Campaign Poster Jeff Steinborn

 

Quickly go over the requirements and the persuasive writing graphic organizer

 

Show students how to open two Firefox windows and have them side by side Glogster and Rubric

Open Example Glogster to go over elements and show students how to use the rubric.

By using the rubric teacher and students can score the example campaign poster.   Use Kind words...

 

4. Go to Computers   ( Volume=1 whisper voices WWW. ....)

Students will go to computers and will score and peer edit their Campaign Poster using the rubric.

 

Glogster

 

Beasley

Poster Assessment Rubric

 

Garcia

Poster Assessment Rubric

 

Carrasco

Poster Assessment Rubric

 

Vasquez

Poster Assessment Rubric

 

ISTE:

 


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Technology Operations:

create a presentation using

an online poster

Communicate the issues on

a campaign poster

 

Common Core Standards

 

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.5.1.a
Introduce a topic or text clearly, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure in which ideas are logically grouped to support the writer's purpose.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.5.2.a
Introduce a topic clearly, provide a general observation and focus, and group related information logically; include formatting (e.g., headings), illustrations, and multimedia when useful to aiding comprehension.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.5.5
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.5.6
With some guidance and support from adults, use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing as well as to interact and collaborate with others;

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.5.5
Include multimedia components (e.g., graphics, sound) and visual displays in presentations when appropriate to enhance the development of main ideas or themes.


 

 

 

 

Student Links:

 

 

Election Quiz Vasquez

Code:659237

Election Quiz Garcia

Code: 229778

Election Quiz Carrasco

Code: 549308

Election Quiz Beasley

Code 842694 or 591267

 

Vasquez Campaign Poster Rubric
Garcia Campaign Poster Rubric
Carrasco Campaign Poster Rubric
Beasley Campaign Poster Rubric

 

 

2. Glogster

 

3. Campaign Poster Rubric- final Grade

 

 

The Election Project

 

Resources

 

 Requirements for your Campaign Poster

Glogster

1. Name your party

 

2. Create a logo
3. Create a slogan: 

a word or phrase used to express a  position or stand or a goal to be achieved.

  • Clinton: Stronger Together
  • Trump: Make America Great Again
  • MVES: We are Leaders We are Learners
  • MVTV: Be Pawsitive and Leave a Pawsitive PawPrint today

4. Write a short bio telling about your interests.  
 

5. Accomplishments: Change title to Leadership

Tell why you would make a good leader. Why are you qualified?.


6. Brainstorm possible issues or you can start a new project that would enhance or improve our school. Select 1 issue or project that you want to improve the school.

Tell why this issue is important and how you are going to solve this issue. You may also select a project that will improve our school.

You will be using persuasive writing....Here is a graphic organizer to help you with this writing piece. Don't Forget to start with a great HOOK!

 

Persuasive Writing Graphic Organizer

 

 

 

 TECH Teacher 

 

 

 TECH Student

 


 

 

LEARNING GOAL:

TSW create programming code

TSW do ELA practice questions.

 

 

TSW

create

 code with Star Wars

 

 

 NETS

external image useit.jpg


Technology Operations and Concepts 

Computer Programming Code introduction

 

 

Learning Sequence

 

1. Have students login to computers.

2. Intro to coding:

 

Star Wars Intro

 

Use one of these videos if time allows.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Links for Today:

 

 

Code with Star Wars

Code with Minecraft

 

Code with Anna and Elsa


 

Made with Code

 

INSIDE HQ


   

Angry Birds

Tynker


 

or

select your own to code

 

Bitsbox  create an app

 


 Make your own Flappy Bird game


 

 Scratch (animate your name, design a holiday card)


Code Avengers  

 

 

TECH TEACHER   


TECH STUDENT 


Learning Goal:

 

 

I can

 
Vote

in the mock election


I can

 
review

the election process

I Can  
review
slogans and campaigns
I can write a persuasive essay on my school issue. 

I Can

create

a campaign poster

   

ISTE:

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Technology Operations:

create a presentation using 

online poster

Communicate the issues on

a campaign poster

 

LEARNING SEQUENCE:

1. Using the Election Project begin with each of the frames in the project. Begin with Explore....etc.

By using this Hyperdoc the student will go through the election process.

 

2. Candidate Campaign issues

 

The Election Project

 

Vote Here Every Kid Votes

 

National Mock Election Information

For Students to vote

 

First name: mves

Last name: wolves

Email address: mves@winmyvote.com

Password: wolves

Zip Code: 88012

School Name: Monte Vista

Teacher’s Name: Pincomb

 

 

Scholastic Results

 

One Vote Results

 

 

 

 

 

Student Link:

 

The Election Project

 

Vote Here1

 

MPJQCTKRBXMPMPM

 

 

Vote Here2

First name: mves

Last name: wolves

Email address: mves@winmyvote.com

Password: wolves

Zip Code: 88012

School Name: Monte Vista

Teacher’s Name: Pincomb

 

 

 

Requirements for Your Campaign Poster

 

Glogster

 

1. Name your party

 

2. Create a logo

 

3. Create a slogan: 

a word or phrase used to express a  position or stand or a goal to be achieved.

Clinton: Stronger Together

Trump: Make America Great Again

MVES: We are Leaders We are Learners

MVTV: Be Pawsitive and Leave a Pawsitive PawPrint today

 

5. Write a short bio telling about your interests

 

6. Accomplishments: Change title to Leadership

Tell why you would make a good leader. Why are you qualified?.

 

7. 

Select 1 issue that you want to improve the school.Tell why this issue is important and how you are going to solve this issue.

You will be using persuasive writing....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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