miércoles, 31 de octubre de 2018

Actividades 31-2 de Noviembre.
31 de Octubre.
Con la intención de aprender a realizar gráficas con base en la información de una encuesta vamos a resolver  las actividades de las páginas 64 y 65 del libro de matemáticas.




miércoles, 15 de noviembre de 2017

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES NOVEMBER


    JVS  PLANNER 14


“A mi no me califica el maestro, me evalúa el mundo”


“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”


GROUP: 4th


PROJECT Ancestral cultures, myths, legends and miscegenation for peace  

I identify who I amI take responsibility for my actions and contribute to my society.

YEARLY PROJECTI don´t produce garbage.

                                I Gender peace and well-being(KiVa)
      

From November 20th  to 24th

CURRICULAR AREA

SUB AREA


SUBJECT

Personal Planning
Personal Identity, EmotionalIntelligence
Kiva
FineArts
Visual Arts
Art
Language Arts
Writting
Grammar
Language Arts
Oral
Conversation
Language Arts
Reading
Reading Comprehension
Math
Numbers
Math
Math
Patterns/Space/Measure
Math
Social Studies and Science
Science
Science
Social Studies and Science
Social Studies
History
 


Day 1. Monday 

NO CLASSES 

HOMEWORK 

Write a sentence week 11, 1 to 5
Read for 10 minutes write a question about what you read

DAY 2:  Tuesday

THEME

Project “Ancestral cultures, myths, legends and miscegenation for peace  

DESIRED OUTCOMES:

SKILL: self.knowledgeself control.

Vocabulary. To apply vocabulary words in a context

Math/  Learning about lunar and solar years and their relationship with "renewal"

Social Studies/ That the students identify historical events that have resulted in the current 

situation of their country and relate them with timelines

Daily routine

• Put my things in its place
• Assistance 
• Mindfulness exercise
• Gym Brain
• Our mantra
• Homework
• Spelling
• Math
• Read today´s objective

A). Reading power

BEGINNING: 

Do a before reading exercise, read first and last letter of the paragraph


DEVELOPMENT:
1. All together:  Read about Different types of Theater:

Theater of shadows

Black theater

Puppets
Mime
Regular Theater


CLOSURE:  

Write 3 question about each type of theater. Illustrate.

Make Sketches of stories and theatrical scripts


B) Math
BEGINNING

Teacher will show different symbols like Christmas tree, ornaments, candles of Hanukah.etc

DEVELOPMENT

• Research what it is a solar year and what it is a lunar 
year. (http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/special/china_general_lunar.htm

Research the different types of "calendar that exist"

CLOSURE

Make a comparative chart about the calendars

Prepare 5 questions to ask other people from other countries.

Post your phrases on twitter 

#jvsalebrijesporlapaz #jvsaprendiendoaser #jvsesferascultural


HOMEWORK

Write a sentence week 11, 6 to 10

Read for 10 minutes write a question about what you read.


Results:

RESOURCES:

notebooks
iPads

DAY 3: Wednesday
ACADEMIC CONTENTS

THEME

Project “Ancestral cultures, myths, legends and miscegenation for peace”.

Language art/Body expression/ Produce theater for the JVS end of year event

Language art/ Written / Vocabulary 



DESIRED OUTCOMES:

Language art/ Learning and practicing about different theatrical genres

Cooking class/ That the students learn and understand the origin of their culture and other 

cultures through gastronomy and the elaboration of food, integrating the learning expected by 
level and / or grade. Applying the Transmedia Storytelling methodology. (Create and share your knowledge with the world through its multimedia productions



Daily routine

• Put my things in its place
• Assistance 
• Mindfulness exercise
• Gym Brain
• Our mantra
• Homework
• Spelling
• Math
• Read today´s objective

Prepare Visit to the Museum with the objective of identifying cultural differences and beliefs

A) LANGUAGE ART:
BEGINNING:

Teacher will show pictures of different Christmas celebrations
• Diwali  
• Kwanza
• Hanu Kan
• Christmas


DEVELOPTMENT:
Research about 
             To what culture do they belong?
Human groups that practice them
Geographic location

What is this celebration?
What symbols do they use?
What myths or beliefs?

What foods are related or integrated to these celebrations?
What elements are represented in these celebrations?
Religion that is practiced.

At what time of the year these celebrations are held
What is the relationship with astrology (movements of the Earth?)



CLOSURE

B) COOKING CLASS


BEGGINIG
Research (iPad safari, textbooks, encyclopedias, videos)
The origin, of the "Cookies" 
Where are they from? How do you eat them? What places are traditional? In which celebrations are used to.
Take note in your notebook and make 3 statements with each answer. Work individually

DEVELOPMENT
Research of the ingredients of "Las galletas",
the origin of each of the ingredients.
ngredients for the dough
3 cups of flour (450 gr) (if it is too sticky, you can add 1/2 cup more, at the end)
½ teaspoon of salt (4.7 gr)
1 cup (2 bars) of unsalted butter, at room temperature (200 gr)
1 cup of sugar (240 gr)
1 egg (the people who live in Mexico have reported that they have a little hard, it may be because of the sugar or flour of that country, they can add another egg and they are better off)
2 teaspoons vanilla (10 ml)
Ingredients for the "Icing"
Glaceado or Royal Icing, Royal Glacé
2 egg whites
1 pound of sifted glass sugar (powder) (equivalent to 3 1/2 cups) (440 gr)
1 teaspoon lemon or 1/2 teaspoon vanilla (I prefer lemon) (5 ml)
Drops of water when you want to make the consistency more fluid.

CLOSURE
Research About the production of these products today.
Research which cultures make cookies for their celebrations and what ingredients they contain. Research the import and export of these products (ingredients).
Research  the main ingredients of "cookies" in different cultures.
The process identifies the industrial and home process of the "cookies"
Where are the cookies from? What cereal is made?
Which cookies are known as the oldest and in which culture began to be elaborated
Elaborate the history of cookies in different cultures. 

MAKE YOUR COOKIES

RESOURCES:
notebooks
iPads


HOMEWORK
Write a sentence week 11, 11 to 15.


DAY 4: Thursday


ACADEMIC CONTENTS
THEME

Project “Ancestral cultures, myths, legends and miscegenation for peace”.


DESIRED OUTCOMES:
Science / That students learn and practice social and emotional skills through thanks and sharing. Thanksgiving Day
Language arte/ written/ Vocabulary. To apply vocabulary words in a context
Language art/ Interview and build virtual relationships with people and learning communities
Language art/ Generate stories with academic content integrating learning and emotions.

Daily routine

• Put my things in its place
• Assistance 
• Mindfulness exercise
• Gym Brain
• Our mantra
• Homework
• Spelling
• Math
• Read today´s objective



A): LANGUAGE ART:

DEVELOPMENT:
Work in the preparation of the Interview and build virtual relationships with people and learning communities



C) SCIENCE
BEGGING 
Research about Thanksgiving Day
DEVELOPMENT:
Bring something to share
CLOSURE
Write 3 statements about how you felt when you share with others, illustrate 

RESOURCES:
notebooks
iPads


HOMEWORK

1. Using the vocabulary words week 11 , write a story. Illustrate it 

DAY 5: Friday


THEME

Project “Ancestral cultures, myths, legends and miscegenation for peace”.


DESIRED OUTCOMES:
SCIENCE/ That the students understand and identify the symbols that accompany the local cultural celebrations as a result of the mixture of cultures That the students learn about the symbols and meanings of the celebrations of their own culture and about other cultures, making comparisons between them.
Social Srtudies /identify different Traditions 
Language art/ Publish and produce (Stories - videos, essays on blogs, publications on networks).

Daily routine

• Put my things in its place
• Assistance 
• Mindfulness exercise
• Gym Brain
• Our mantra
• Homework
• Spelling
• Read today´s objective


ART CLASS

A) SPELLING
BEGINNING:
Quiz
B) Social studies
BEGGING
Remember 
• :Diwali 
• Kwanzaa
• Hanu Kah
• Navidad
• “Lunar New Year

DEVELOPTMENT:
Make 5 statements with the main characteristics of these celebrations

CLOSURE
Make a comparative table with the information you got in your notebook.
Compare information with your classmates.
Make an "Article or essay" to publish with the information you got from each of the celebrations.
Investigate holiday and religious holidays in other countries and that elements of other cultures are similar to ours and how they celebrate these dates in other countries.
Make 5 statements comparing what you researched.
Prepare an interview questioner to Interview with other countries with the same previous points


RESOURCES:
notebooks
iPads


TAREA:
No homework




martes, 31 de octubre de 2017

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES OCTOBER

                                                                       JVS  PLANNER 11
“A mi no me califica el maestro, me evalúa el Mundo”
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”
GROUP: 4th

PROJECT: “Myths and Legends”
I identify who I am, I take responsibility for my actions and contribute to my society.
YEARLY PROJECT: I don´t produce garbage.
                                I Gender peace and well-being(KiVa)
      

Week 10: from November 6th to November 10th

CURRICULAR AREA

SUB AREA

SUBJECT

Personal Planning
Personal Identity , Emotional Intelligence
Kiva
FineArts
Visual Arts
Art
Language Arts
Written
Grammar
Language Arts
Oral
Conversation
Language Arts
Reading
Reading Comprehension
Math
Form/Space/Measure
Numbers
Social Studies and Science
Science
Science


Day 1. Monday

SKILL:
Evaluation
self.knowledge

THEME
Language arts
Kiva, positive school environment, safe learning environment.
Math/ communitive and distributive multiplications operations


 DESIRED OUTCOMES:
Recognize a positive school environment, recognize a safe learning environment.
Reading Power:  To connect with what you read
Identify the literary genre. Closure of videos of what I learn
Present continuous /present simple/ adjectives
Science Lifecycle, Living things
Math/ To identify the communitive and distributive multiplications operations
Vocabulary words

ACTIVITIES:

A)    Languare art evaluation
B)     KiVa (Social and emotional intelligence)

BEGINNING:

Teacher will ask ss to remember positive environment at school, describing one.

DEVELOPMENT
Answer
1.     Identify the positive things that your school has, write them in your notebook, remember to include environment during playtime, lunch, classroom, extra classes.
2.     Why is important to feel safe and with a positive environment, using playdoh represent the place you feel with a positive environment at the school explain why.  Take pictures of your process and explanation


CLOSURE:
Make an i-movie post it on your Facebook page-



C) Math

BEGINNING
Teacher will write on board a commutative property operation, and a distributive property operation, ss, will identify what they are.
Apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide.2 Examples: If 6 × 4 = 24 is known, then 4 × 6 = 24 is also known. (Commutative property of multiplication.) 3 × 5 × 2 can be found by 3 × 5 = 15, then 15 × 2 = 30, or by 5 × 2 = 10, then 3 × 10 = 30. (Associative property of multiplication.) Knowing that 8 × 5 = 40 and 8 × 2 = 16, one can find 8 × 7 as 8 × (5 + 2) = (8 × 5) + (8 × 2) = 40 + 16 = 56. (Distributive property.)
                           
DEVELOPMENT
1.     Watch a video  and By teams: Invent a problem using the information of the video

CLOSURE:
1.     Answer exercises 1 to 3.

RESOURCES
i.PADS
PLAYDOH
Notebooks



DAY 2: Tuesday



A). Math Evaluation
B). Reading power
BEGINNING:

Do a before reading exercise, read first and last letter of the paragraph


DEVELOPMENT:
All together:  Read “What do you see when you picture a tree?”, by Barbara Reid  https://youtu.be/dxrsm5DOue0?t=20

CLOSURE:  
How do you see a tree? Picture a tree. Using stripes op color papers do your tree

B) Math
BEGINNING
Teacher will write a problem on board

DEVELOPMENT
Enter your Pearson account solve 4,5,6,

HOMEWORK
Write a sentence and a drawing
Read for 10 minutes write a sentence about what you read.

Resources
Ipads
Notebooks
Color papers
glue

DAY 3: Wednesday
BODY EXPRESSION CLASS
a)     Language art:

BEGINNING:

1.     Remember cooking class activity


DEVELOPMENT:
1.     Do an i-movie with the pictures taken
CLOSURE

Post it on youtube



B) Math

BEGINNING
1.     Enter to your personal account math

DEVELOPMENT
1.     Solve 3 operations


HOMEWORK
Do a sentence and a drawing of the words

Resources
Ipads
Notebooks



DAY 4: Thursday

A)    Language art

BEGINNING:
Complete the words on page 20 exercise  A

DEVELOPMENT:

1.     Listening fill the missing words of exercise E pg 21

CLOSURE:
Oral Language: Talk with a partner about your art class activities


B) Math

BEGINNING
2.     Enter to your personal account math

DEVELOPMENT
2.     Solve 3 operations


HOMEWORK

1.     Review vocabulary words
2.     Using the vocabulary words (15 words), write a story. Illustrate it

Resources
Ipads
Notebooks


DAY 5: Friday

ART CLASS

a)     Science Chapter 4 living things
BEGINNING:
1.     What is a life cycle of an animal
DEVELOPMENT:
1.     Choose an animal and draw the life cycle


CLOSURE:

Explain your life cycle

B) Math

BEGINNING
Do a problem using what you learned
DEVELOPMENT
Interchange the problem with another team and solve them
CLOSURE
Check your answers.