# 'Answer questions' diaporamas de présentation

## What do you always see on Easter?

Lily Easter eggs Easter bunny chick jelly beans Jesus Easter basket cross What do you always see on Easter? Match 連連看 Easter bunny Easter eggs chick cross Easter basket Word Search Answer questions What do Christians do on Easter? They color Easter eggs.

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## Core Collection of Electronic Resources

Core Collection of Electronic Resources. LearningExpress Library. More than 100 programs to learn, practice and prepare for tests on a variety of subjects in elementary, middle and high school. ACT Preparation SAT 2005 Preparation Advanced Placement Elementary Skills Improvement MS Math

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## Part 5 Study Skills

Part 5 Study Skills. Chapter 13 Studying Textbook Chapters. Skimming Skimming involves reading material quickly in order to gain a quick overview and identify the main points. Read the introduction to the chapter, the summary at the end of the chapter,

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## Warm Up Solve each equation. 1. 3 x + 5 = 17 2. 4 t – 7 = 8 t + 3 4. 5. 2( y – 5) – 20 = 0

t = – . 5 2. Warm Up Solve each equation. 1. 3 x + 5 = 17 2. 4 t – 7 = 8 t + 3 4. 5. 2( y – 5) – 20 = 0. x = 4. n = –38. y = 15. Objectives. Review properties of equality and use them to write algebraic proofs. Identify properties of equality and congruence. Vocabulary.

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## Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech. Bruce Bennett STUS 011 Basic English. Why Learn Parts of Speech?. Why Learn Parts of Speech?. They are the building blocks of English grammar. Understanding and applying a process is learning to learn. It is a foundation to improve your writing. The Eight Parts of Speech.

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## Student-Focused Coaching: The Skills for Success! Part 1

Student-Focused Coaching: The Skills for Success! Part 1. Carolyn A. Denton, Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin with Jan Hasbrouck, Ph.D. Seattle, WA. What Are Reading Coaches?. Experienced teachers Strong knowledge-base in reading

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## Welcome to Ms. Dunbar’s Class

Welcome to Ms. Dunbar’s Class. Getting to know you and me!. A little about me…. Melissa Dunbar Children: Corey 19, Kain 16, Sarah 12 Graduated Schreiner University Masters degree in Education and have my Principal certification Native American Love to read, fish, write, and SCUBA DIVE.

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## EAP, INC. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

EAP, INC. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. Orientation for Employees. This Orientation Will. Introduce a new program called EAP Describe its features and benefits Explain how to access services Answer your questions. EAP: A New Kind of Service.

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## Clinical Supervision Tom Litwicki Emergent Recovery

Clinical Supervision Tom Litwicki Emergent Recovery. Housekeeping and Intros. Housekeeping issues Name Cards Gift Card!. Identify and Current Counselor KSA Identify and Apply Three Methods of Supervision Based on KSA Apply Developmental Model to Identify KSA for Improvement

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## Class Agenda: 2 Truths, 1 Lie Game Erosion questions Lab Questions Vocab match homework

Class Agenda: 2 Truths, 1 Lie Game Erosion questions Lab Questions Vocab match homework Review Game. Reading Answer Questions in your Notebook. There will be a Notebook Check Tomorrow What is rainwater that flows over the Earth's Surface called? Name 3 factors that affect runoff?

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## Welcome to History!

Welcome to History!. Can you please do this task – without talking and without waiting to be asked:. On your whiteboards, write down some of the circumstances which led to the outbreak of world war 2. Lesson Objectives To understand and explain the term ‘evacuation’.

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## Note-taking Skills

Note-taking Skills. Charles Page High School Stephen L. Cotton. Why do we have to take notes?. To help you identify the main, important ideas in the lecture To help you learn and remember the material for later To have a record of information that may not be available anywhere else.

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## L.O.1 To be able to count in steps of equal size.

L.O.1 To be able to count in steps of equal size. We are going to count in even time. We’ll do 2’s, 20’s, 3’s, 30’s, 5’s, 50’s, and 0.5’s. L.O.2 To be able to use closely related facts: multiplying by multiples of ten and adjusting.

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## Writing Routine, Good-News, and Goodwill Messages

Writing Routine, Good-News, and Goodwill Messages. The Three-Step Process. Planning Writing Completing. Routine Requests. Make your request Justify your request Conclude your message. State Your Request. Use a courteous tone Be specific and precise Assume reader compliance

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## Geometric Optics

Geometric Optics. Light and Geometric Optics – Are you Ready? (25 minutes) Group activity Answer questions on chart paper 5-10 minutes students brainstorm and record ideas Groups will take turns in front of class explaining their response. What is Light?

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## The Cooperative Learning Model

The Cooperative Learning Model. Students work together to accomplish a task or produce a product in a particular way. The Cooperative Learning Model Five Key Elements. Positive interdependence Individual accountability Face to face interaction Social skills – interpersonal Group processing.

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## Grade 4 Life Science: Habitats and Communities

Grade 4 Life Science: Habitats and Communities. Created by: Melissa Horvath. Units Components. 13 Lessons Pre-Lesson videos Gain an understanding of habitats and communities Learn about the four components of habitats that are necessary for survival Learning outside of the classroom.

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## Teaching Procedural Skills

Teaching Procedural Skills. Beyond “See one, Do one, Teach one”. Dr. Jason Frank and Janet Nuth, Dept of Emergency Medicine, University of Ottawa. Objectives. Describe and demonstrate the basic principles for teaching procedural and technical skills

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## Author’s Purpose

Author’s Purpose. 3rd Grade, Language Arts Mary Ruebusch McCurdy School. Click for Teacher Pages. Teacher’s Page. Objective: This activity is intended to let students see what an author may be thinking while writing a poem. Activity: Students will read the poem

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## Physics weds 10-31

Physics weds 10-31. Answer questions Type 3 problems Max Height. Challenge problem. A rude tourist throws a peach pit horizontally with 7.0 m/s velocity out of an elevator cage. The elevator is moving upward with a constant velocity of 8.5 m/s velocity.

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