I think it will be a good review to help contextualize what we are doing in Health and in our Reading strand.
The two teams in action:
Sometimes, students struggle with how to end a paragraph. Yes, we have the hamburger visual,
Somes trying to explain how the concluding sentences works, can be tricky. It is similar to the topic sentence and has the same "material," but it should look and sound different. Here is video, which may offer some insight:
A follow-up exercise, after checking the two videos was to add a concluding sentence to the following paragraph:
|I edited this paragraph. I thought the author had too many details that were off the topic sentence. I hope I have not offended the author.|
The Math re-test will use Eglinton Crosstown tunnel boring machine as a topic to explore one of the concepts of dividing and multiplying by Powers of Ten. Let's take a look at the project and where the machine has been: http://www.thecrosstown.ca/
|For the Math re-test, I drew a visual reminder of the distance the boring machine has traveled. A reminder of the two operations we have been exploring (multiplying & dividing) was also posted.|