관찰 시트

2020-12-07T11:00:00+09:00Categories: Arts, Chemistry (ES), Chemistry (HS), Chemistry (MS), Earth Science (ES), Earth Science (HS), Earth Science (MS), Language, Life Science (ES), Life Science (HS), Life Science (MS), Literature, Physics (ES), Physics (HS), Physics (MS), Solar System (ES), Solar System (HS), Solar System (MS), 미분류|

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관찰 시트


zSpace Studio Sandbox에서 모델을 그리고 측정하고 관찰합니다.

zCentral 빠른 실행 코드 : AP21

탐사 시트

2020-12-04T14:50:40+09:00Categories: Arts, Chemistry (ES), Chemistry (HS), Chemistry (MS), Earth Science (ES), Earth Science (HS), Earth Science (MS), Language, Life Science (ES), Life Science (HS), Life Science (MS), Literature, Physics (ES), Physics (HS), Physics (MS), Solar System (ES), Solar System (HS), Solar System (MS)|

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탐사 시트


zSpace Studio에서 모델을 그리고 관찰하고 질문하고 탐색합니다.

zCentral 빠른 실행 코드 : AP21

KWL 워크시트

2020-12-07T11:00:44+09:00Categories: Chemistry (ES), Chemistry (HS), Chemistry (MS), Earth Science (ES), Earth Science (HS), Earth Science (MS), Language, Life Science (ES), Life Science (HS), Life Science (MS), Literature, Physics (ES), Physics (HS), Physics (MS), Solar System (ES), Solar System (HS), Solar System (MS)|

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Know-Wonder-Learn 워크시트


학생들이 알고, 궁금해하고, 배우는 것을 기록하는 차트입니다.

zCentral 빠른 실행 코드 : AP21

모델 비교 워크시트

2020-12-04T14:37:35+09:00Categories: Chemistry (ES), Chemistry (HS), Chemistry (MS), Earth Science (ES), Earth Science (HS), Earth Science (MS), Language, Life Science (ES), Life Science (HS), Life Science (MS), Literature, Physics (ES), Physics (HS), Physics (MS), Solar System (ES), Solar System (HS), Solar System (MS)|

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모델 비교 워크시트


모든 항목 영역의 모형을 비교하는 Venn 다이어그램입니다.

zCentral 빠른 실행 코드 :  AP21

 

Create Your Own Haiku

2020-11-13T15:58:43+09:00Categories: Language|Tags: , |

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A haiku is a three-line format that originated in Japan. Its three lines include five, seven, and five syllables, respectively, for a total of seventeen syllables. Haikus usually describe the natural world. In this activity, students will learn to create their own haikus.

zCentral Quick Launch Code: A207

Haiku Assignment

2020-11-13T15:43:47+09:00Categories: Language|Tags: , |

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A haiku is a three-line format that originated in Japan. Its three lines include five, seven, and five syllables, respectively, for a total of seventeen syllables. Haikus usually describe the natural world. In this activity, students will learn about the structure of haikus.

zCentral Quick Launch Code: A210

 

Say Your Name

2020-11-13T15:31:04+09:00Categories: Language, 미분류|Tags: , |

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What do the words acorn, mail, table, and apes all have in common? They couldn’t be more different, right? You are correct that the objects they represent are very different, but these words all share the same letter, the letter A. The letter A is a long vowel, which you can hear when you say its name. In this activity, students will explore long vowel sounds.

zCentral Quick Launch Code: A191

What Sound Do You Hear?

2020-11-10T16:43:54+09:00Categories: Language|Tags: , |

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Learning to read is like putting a puzzle together. You have to connect the pieces for a word make sense! First you have to learn the letters. Then you have to learn the letter sounds, and lastly you need to put the letter sounds together to make words. In this activity, students will identify the beginning letters of words and the sounds they make.

zCentral Quick Launch Code: A201

 

ABCs and 123s

2020-11-10T16:39:19+09:00Categories: Language|Tags: , |

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One hundred and twenty-three or 123? Are they the same thing? Yes, they are the same, but one uses words and the other uses numbers to write the amount. To know this, you need to know your letters and numbers. In this activity, students will identify numbers and letters and create patterns using numbers and letters.

zCentral Quick Launch Code: A261

 

Do You Know Your ABCs?

2020-11-10T16:29:42+09:00Categories: Language|Tags: , |

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If I said, “DGJ or PQH?” to you, would you know what I was talking about? How about, “ABC or XYZ?” I’m guessing that these last two sets of letters would help you figure out that I was talking about the alphabet, or the ABCs. We learn the alphabet in a particular order. The alphabet has capital and lowercase letters, and, sometimes, these partner letters look like each other. In this activity, students will explore capital and lowercase letters, as well as examine a group of letters and discover which letter is missing.

zCentral Quick Launch Code: A166

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