Routines and subroutines are the core of the lesson structure in Open Access Common Core Course Collection. Teachers use these routines repeatedly, so they become habits for students. In this way, teachers are able to spend less time on classroom management and more time on learning.
Students will challenge themselves by testing their knowledge of handshapes. They will test how many signs they know that use the same handshape. The main activity includes agreeing or disagreeing to questions and explaining why you answered that way.
Communication Skills has been considered the most important aspect of one's personality. It is the only factor that gets you colours of success and failures. It must be recognised as the leading feature that an employer wants in an employee. During the process of applying for a Job and joining a Job, there are multiple complexes.
This Course deals with the same. Employability Enhancement.
Resume Writing, Online Job Profiles, Group Discussions as Selection Process tools, Interviews etc.
Circles use a highly structured process to create a safe space where people can share their feelings and experiences. Since 2011, Morningside Center has partnered with the NYC Department of Education to introduce Peace and Restorative Circles into schools around New York City. Here, Morningside Center trainer Marieke van Woerkom outlines the basic elements of Circles.
- Social Science
- Material Type:
- Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility
- Provider Set:
- Teachable Moment
- Marieke van Woerkom
- Date Added:
As a young man, Takashi Hoshizaki was imprisoned on McNeil Island, Washington in 1944 for resisting the draft for World War II. His resistance was part of a broader legal battle for the civil rights of over 120,000 Japanese Americans, including Takashi's family, imprisoned in American concentration camps. This lesson includes a 7-minute introduction video, lesson plan notes, activities, vocabulary, and educator resources.
Learners will intereact with each other digitally and through conversation to talk about the different aspects of community be it their locale, their cultural community or their ethnic community. They will read an article on community and will come away with ideas on how to be more involved in their community.
Students will warm-up with practice regarding familiar fairy-tales. They will then read or watch a Japanese folk-tale and discuss the story together. They will finish with some questions that analyze the message of the story and compare the story to folk-tales from their home culture.