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Saturday, June 29

  1. page Chemistry edited ... This book is a fun, whimsical way to introduce the progression of the atom over time. The rhym…
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    This book is a fun, whimsical way to introduce the progression of the atom over time. The rhyming pattern of the book makes for easy recollection of the evolution that took place. It also is a great introduction to the atom unit because it introduces students to the structure of the atom: a dense, positive nucleus with protons and neutrons; and electrons that exist around that.
    This book can be used with many literacy and vocabulary strategies in a classroom. Students can easily pull the information into a graphic organizer to easily see the evolution of the atom, and this can also be used with the pre-reading strategy “what I see/what I think” to look at the evolution of the model through the pictures. In addition students can use concept cards to pull out vocabulary that is troubling to them, which will help their overall understanding of not only this book, but other text with these terms. Looking not only at this text but at the digital text as a whole having students create their own digital text would be a great way to have students create something using their knowledge, to have a sense of ownership over the material, and to teach others what they have learned.
    A Brief History of the Atom!
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  2. page Biology edited Food Chains - Alex Chambers http://www.bookemon.com/book-profile/food-chains/293681 This book ex…
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    This book explains how the world receives it's energy from the sun and is transformed into the energy that you and I live from daily. The book is meant to be used as a supplemental text to the textbook. It can be viewed online, so this will help students access the information at any time that suits them. they can also review the material as often as possible if they need clarification.

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  3. page Physics edited Can You See the Light? Posted by Rita G. This digital book is meant to be a pre-learning book …

    Can You See the Light?
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    This digital book is meant to be a pre-learning book for a unit on curved lenses and mirrors. Its main purpose is to show students that they have probably seen mirrors and lenses already doing the types of things we will be studying, so they should be able to connect the unit to something they are familiar with and activate prior knowledge. Additionally, some vocabulary words are introduced and they are connected with a photograph that provides a definition. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, it should give students a good understanding of the word, or at the very least, a reference point for further studies.

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  4. page Middle School Math edited ... By Emily Bennett Pythagoras and His Theorem ... Pythagorean Theorem. Father Knows Best…
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    Pythagorean Theorem. A literacy strategy that you could use along with this book is the 3-2-1. Have students come up with three things they didn't know about Pythagoras, 2 thinngs that were confirmed by the book and 1 question that the book left them with. This would be a great assignment to give the kids right before a unit on Pythagorean Theorem.
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  6. page Chemistry edited A Brief History of Atoms: A Summery By: Stephanie Thaler A Brief History of Atoms details the ev…
    A Brief History of Atoms: A Summery
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    A Brief History of Atoms details the evolution of the atom from a piece of dust to the model we know today! It is important for students to see that the atomic model of today was not something that was just put together whole, but instead was worked on and improved by numerous scientists over centuries. This allows students to better trust the atomic model and to see that even great scientists can make mistakes and don’t have everything right all the time.
    This book is a fun, whimsical way to introduce the progression of the atom over time. The rhyming pattern of the book makes for easy recollection of the evolution that took place. It also is a great introduction to the atom unit because it introduces students to the structure of the atom: a dense, positive nucleus with protons and neutrons; and electrons that exist around that.
    This book can be used with many literacy and vocabulary strategies in a classroom. Students can easily pull the information into a graphic organizer to easily see the evolution of the atom, and this can also be used with the pre-reading strategy “what I see/what I think” to look at the evolution of the model through the pictures. In addition students can use concept cards to pull out vocabulary that is troubling to them, which will help their overall understanding of not only this book, but other text with these terms. Looking not only at this text but at the digital text as a whole having students create their own digital text would be a great way to have students create something using their knowledge, to have a sense of ownership over the material, and to teach others what they have learned.

    Are You My Match?
    by: Michelle Ginett
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Friday, June 28

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