Sunday, September 25, 2011

Graphs and Surveys

We have been working on graphs and surveys this week. The children made thier own graph using M&M's, and they also conducted a survey of the class on thier favorite color apple then had to use the data to make thier own graph. We learned the difference between bar and picture graph and the different parts of the graph.




3 comments:

Claire said...

I love reading your blog! I have awarded you my versatile blogger award.

Claire
http://misstoffeesclass.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

How do you form your lesson plans?

What subjects and concepts do you cover?

Do you teach anything above or below this grade level in this class/ working ahead/ or progressing faster?

Are there many students above target, what do these children do how are they being challenged or learning something new, do you adapt lessons for individual children to meet their needs, give an example even in previous years?

What type of activities or methods do you use in your teaching to teach the concepts? Like an example of everything done in one day would be fine or on a weekly base, please explain for each subject.

Please send me an example lesson plan along with your classroom schedule.


What curriculum or method do you use for each subject?

How do you teach physical, emotional, and social development, do and how do you teach everyday life skills?

When implementing a lesson plan how often do things change and not go as planned? How often do you get behind or not finish a lesson as expected/ what causes these delays/ what do you do about it?

What is the hardest thing about teaching?

What do you like the most and least about teaching?

Sandra Guntorius said...

Anonymous,
This would be much easier to answer your questions in an email, would you please email me your address? sguntorius@gmail.com

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