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Reflection on P1

P1 – Practice intentional inquiry and planning for instruction.┬áIn my internship this HOPE principle has a lot of meaning. In order to effectively lead a classroom full of energetic freshmen in high school history class you must be able to identify what they know, what they can do, what they need to practice, and what they don’t know. 546 more words


Social Studies Standards for KY High Schools

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) recently posted the Social Studies Standards for Kentucky high schools for us to read and review:


KDE will be releasing the link to a feedback instrument on June 1st. 172 more words


Franklin D. Roosevelt Teaching Packet

It has been awhile since I have been able to work on my teaching packets for social studies, but today is movie day and I am able to work on material for next year! 15 more words

Shining The Light At School

Social Studies week 22

My substitute presented your next assignment to you.

I can’t post the text from the booklet here on the blog but this is the assignment: 335 more words

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Lesson 13 Reflection

Today in class I continued working on my report.. adding pictures and more information on my personal involvement. It was also check point day today which meant I sent in my report at the end of the lesson on how much I did and to get feedback before the due date.

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Check point for report

Introduction- Issue-

Issue- The Starship Foundation is a social-profit organization that raises funds so Starship Children’s Health can give better care for more than 120,000 young patient that visit the hospital each year with illnesses. 510 more words

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Identify issue:

Kids Can is non government funded organisation, they strive to provide less fortunate kiwi children with food, clothing and basic health care for school, their goal is to help all disadvantaged Kiwi children to reach their potential and to ensure children less fortunate have the same opportunity as others to take advantage of their education. 400 more words

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