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Grade 8, grade 9. This activity gives students practise in recognizing typical recipe abbreviations and their equivalent measures. This project supports the BC Ministry of Education Prescribed Learning Outcomes for Applied Skills/Home Economics Grade 8, and grade 9: demonstrate the ability to follow a recipe, including – selecting appropriate equipment; – using appropriate measuring techniques; – time management; – understanding of terminology. Created by Kathy Ryan.
These nine ClassroomSuite activities are a set of age neutral activities for cognitively very young students who are learning any of the following skills: 1. to track items on a computer screen, 2. basic targeting and choice making on the computer 3. the functions of two switches resulting in two different effects ( L. Burkhart's 2 Switches, 2 Functions Stepping Stone) The needs of students with Corticol Visual Impairments has been considered in the design of these activities. Included is also a pd fon Corticol Visual Impairment Characteristics. Created by Yvonne Green.
This Clicker gridset enables students to practise counting and matching numbers to objects for cooking with cups, tablespoons, and teaspoons. Each page contains a number, a word cell and a picture cell. Students choose a number and object from the pop word bank. This activity supports the Ministry of Education Learning Outcomes for Home Economics - Foods and Nutrition: demonstrate the ability to accurately evaluate and follow a recipe using appropriate equipment and measuring techniques. Created by Kathy Ryan.
A simple Clicker Find and match activity focusing on the sight words Exit, Walk, Women, Men. Start with 'home' grid. This activity supports the Ministry of Education Learning Outcomes for English Language Arts : few high-frequency words,
Clicker 5 book on Let's Make Pizza. This reading activity is modeled after Carolynn Musselwhite's ideas of high interest , age appropriate for teens, repetition and very few words. Students can also record their own voices. This activity supports the Ministry of Education Learning Outcomes for English Language Arts ( Speaking and Listening): -recognize the structures and patterns of language in oral texts, including – word families – root words – rhyme – structural sequencing cues Learning Outcomes for English Language Arts (Reading & Viewing): read fluently and demonstrate comprehension of grade-appropriate information texts Created by Yvonne Green.
This ClassroomSuite activity is a unit on Fruit for early learners. Students can explore activities such as: Read, Write, Match, What Am I, Stamps and Sorting. To import this activity, open Classroom Suite and go to Published Activites then Import. You will see the Fruit Unit Folder , start with the Home activity. This activity supports the Ministry of Education Learning Outcomes for Foods - classify foods into groups, including the food groups identified in Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating, Created by staff Victoria SD.
Grade 8. This matching activity supports the BC Ministry of Education PLO for grade 8 Foods and Nutrition/Food Preparation Techniques/Methods of Cooking: use a variety of cooking methods to prepare food; use procedures and techniques for a variety of cooking methods (e.g., baking, boiling, stir-frying, microwaving). Created by Vicky Midtdal.