|Timestamp||Give your activity a title.||Briefly describe the activity and what students will need to accomplish||What is the "learning target" of the activity?||Your Name||Your Email|
|8/26/2014 10:50:40||Creating Metaphors||Using the images presented, create a metaphor containing the object in the image.||Understanding the concept of metaphors and how to create them.||Rebecca|
|8/26/2014 10:52:31||Who am I?||Look at the faces of history, identify and explain their historical relevancy.||Recognize historical figures that have impacted history.||Marlo|
|8/26/2014 10:53:40||Giving a compliment||Students are showing different levels of giving a compliments.||Kindness|
|8/26/2014 10:53:42||Add / Sum||Students will have take pictures of two separate groups of objects and then add them show the sum.||Have students add to find the sum.||Manjana|
|8/26/2014 10:53:46||Identifying Short Vowel Sounds in the Real World||Students will walk around the classroom and/or school to find pictures of items that contain short vowel sounds for their pic collage.||Students will use pic collage to take pictures of items that contain one of the short vowel sounds.||Lori|
|8/26/2014 10:55:32||Example of sharing for ecdd||I role played an example of sharing/turn taking.||To show the students an example of sharing||Amy|
|8/26/2014 10:57:41||Model Behaviors||Students will record both appropriate school behaviors and inappropriate school behaviors,||To differentiate between appropriate and inappropriate school behaviors.||Jill, Jen, Tiff|
|8/26/2014 10:57:50||Building vocabulary||Students will describe a person in three ways using pictures to enhance or accompany each adjective. Each picture will demonstrate adjectives and shading.||Students will demonstrate an understanding of adjectives.||Stewart|
|8/26/2014 11:00:44||Identifying Angles||Capture video a lever arm or other form of angular motion for students to watch and then challenge them to figure out the degrees of the angle formed by the start and stop of the motion.||Can students estimate angles?||Ben|
|8/26/2014 11:01:54||Popular sovereignty||Create a Pic Collage illustrating the concept of popular sovereignty||Demonstrate that the people are the ultimate source of power.||Scott|
|8/26/2014 11:03:24||Modeling Division||Students will need to write a division problem, take multiple pictures of the problem occurring, and write a corresponding number sentence.||For students to use manipulatives and real world examples to model division and write corresponding story problems and number sentences.||Kari|
|8/26/2014 11:11:00||Pic collage letter sounds||Students will be assigned a letter of the alphabet and must take a photo of the item beginning with that sound.||Students will demonstrate their knowledge of letter sounds by photographing objects beginning with their assigned letter.||Susan|
|8/26/2014 11:12:23||listening||use pictures to demonstrate behaviors using student actors||use words to describe what good listening and bad listening behaviors look like||Shellie|
|3/20/2015 12:17:16||Hand Washing||Working with Special needs students on how to wash hands.||How to wash hands||Timfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3/20/2015 12:18:50||Quadrilateral search||Ss search classroom/school for quadrilaterals. Take pics and annotate. Could req to Ss to get one of each quadrilateral; could use groups; snow day assignment||Identify and define quadrilaterals in real world; identify properties||Lisa Sowatsky||Lsowatsky@smccmonroe.com|
|3/20/2015 12:19:08||Point Of View||Students will pick a passage from a book, act it out while demonstrating their understanding of point of view.||Understanding point-of-view.||Colbyemail@example.com|
|3/20/2015 12:19:13||Video interviewing||use the ipad video to interview a small group of people on their topic. This then can be used to write their persuassive essay using data. Ex. 4 out of 5 people do not think kids should wear uniforms. Also, able to provide direct and accurate quotes.|
Could even be used to make a movie trailer to promote their stand!
|To gain evidence for their persuassive essay.||Melanie & Christyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3/20/2015 12:19:29||Waves||Use only camera and video to represent things that travel in waves||Formative assessment for students to identify things that travel in waves||Linda DeMott||Ldemott@nmcs.us|
|3/20/2015 12:19:48||A ride in an elevator||Create a video story problem related to how your weight changes as you travel up and down in an elevator.||Investigate the relationship between gravity, weight, acceleration, and traveling in an elevator.||Dan Spencer||Dan.Spencer@jcisd.org|
|3/20/2015 12:19:49||Demonstrating balance||create ways to demonstrate this law||students create examples of Newton's 3rd law, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.||JWemail@example.com|
3-dimensional shapes photos
|The students will use the camera to go around the class or school to take photos of 3 dimensional objects.||3 Dimensional shapes|
|3/20/2015 12:20:18||Writing for Real||Capture writers using various tools for writing.||Capture writers in action||Joe Ann Harris||Janash4@gmail.com|
|3/20/2015 12:20:23||Long Division Slides||Have student do the steps in a long division problem one at a time. Use different colors to add each step. Take a picture after each step so that the students can move back and forth in the slides to see what happened in each step and they can move back a forth.||Long Division practice with remainders in a 4th grade classroom.||Matt Gutteridgefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3/20/2015 12:20:33||Comparing numbers||Students will look at the two images and compare the number of people at both tables decide which table has a greater amount of people sitting there. |
Vocabulary: greater than, less than
|Students will identify which group of people is greater than the other group.|
|3/20/2015 12:20:49||Transfer of energy||Students will take pictures or videos and put them together to show that they understand the transfer of energy.||The students will be able to show the transfer of energy.||Darlene|
|3/20/2015 12:21:03||Motion||Examples of motion||What is motion?||Kathy Moonemail@example.com|
|3/20/2015 12:22:08||Newton's 2nd Law||Students can create a video explaining the role of a cellphone case and how it protects the phone by reducing the force and acceleration because they are directly proportional.||role of a cellphone case with respect to Newton's 2nd law of motion.||Keith Lang||Klang@sturgisps.org|
|3/20/2015 12:23:32||Tone in Pictures||Students choose a subject and convey two different tones (attitudes toward it) by taking photos. For example, I can convey a positive or negative attitude toward MACUL through the photos I take. For example, a packed room and flashy sign shows a positive attitude, a sparse room and pile of junk could show a negative attitude.||For students to show their understanding of the literary device tone.||Rachael|
|3/22/2015 21:24:35||A ride in an elevator||Create a video story problem related to how your weight changes as you travel up and down in an elevator.||Investigate the relationship between gravity, weight, acceleration, and traveling in an elevator.||Dan Spencer||Dan.Spencer@jcisd.org|
|3/23/2015 14:05:30||Transfer of energy|
Students will take pictures or videos and put them together to show that they understand the transfer of energy.
The students will be able to show the transfer of energy.
|6/19/2015 15:04:37||Notes & Stems|
Students should identify the one image that demonstrates the stems on the incorrect side of the note heads.
The learning target of this activity is to help students realize that when music is written properly, stems should be on the right side of note heads if the stems are pointing up and on the left side of note heads if the stems are pointing down.
|6/19/2015 15:04:49||Prefix UN|
Students create a video that has a word then add the prefix UN.
Students learn the prefix UN.
|6/19/2015 15:09:01||math is everywhere ( kdg)|
"write" about all the math you see in your class/house.
Students will be able to "see" that math concepts are everywhere in there environment. Shapes, patterns, enumeration, time, measurement,....
|6/19/2015 15:16:54||Cause and Effect|
The students use their camera app to take short videos of examples of cause and effect.
Find examples of cause and effect.
|7/6/2015 13:44:05||Using Capitalization|
Identify when a capital letter should and should not be used.
What needs to be capitalized in a sentence.
Students take their phone and take pictures of things that stand for something else.
Students will understand be able to describe the meaning of symbol after finding different stings that are symbols.
|7/6/2015 13:47:20||Finding an exit|
Running to intersections and finding the signs.
Knowing to follow the signs to get out of the building fastest.
|7/6/2015 13:51:43||Hallway Tiles|
Students can measure the length and width of hallway tiles. They will then take that information and use it to estimate (and then find exact) length of hallway (or section of the hallway).
Students can then even figure out the area of the hallway too.
Students can double check their estimations (based on floor tiles) by actually measuring the length and width and figuring out the actual area.
-Measuring length and width
-Figureigure out estimated length and even actual length of a hallway (or section of a hallway) based on the knowledge of the length of floor tiles.
-Based on knowledge of area (length x width), estimate and even find exact area of the hallway.