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CANDIDATES: Megan Claar & Caitlin Smith DATE: December 8, 2007

EDUC 410 FINAL ASSIGNMENTS CHECKLIST


Fine Arts / PE / & Health
Cite at least 10 examples of the use of music:

MUSIC
SUBJECT SOL DAY ACTIVITY
1 Science 4.11 170 Students will sing the “Bones” song and/or the “Hokie Pokie” to review important bones.

2 English 4.12 a- 85 Students will write a story while music is playing. When the music stops, they will stop
j, m and pass their story to the next person who will continue to write the story.

3 Math 4.39 152 Students will observe patterns in music (the music itself).

4 Math 4.39 152 Students will observe patterns in song lyrics, noticing rhyme schemes and other forms of
patterns.

5 English 4.7c-d 21 Students will listen to different styles of music and determine what occasion each would
be played for to get students thinking about context.

6 English 4.8 39 The teacher will have music playing in the background like at Gloria Dump’s party while
students are working on their journal articles.

7 English 4.10/ 72 The teacher will play music in the background while students type their final research
4.11 papers.

8 Social 4.32 155 The teacher will play some Civil War songs during the topic of the Civil War.
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9 Social 4.26 118 The teacher will play music from the American Revolutionary War.
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1 Social 4.24 100 Students will watch the short video from School house Rocks: Fireworks. Students will
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Cite at least 10 examples of the use of visual art:

VISUAL ART
SUBJECT SOL DAY ACTIVITY
1 Science 4.6 103 Students will label a picture of a tree and flower with the basic parts and then color it in.

2 Science 4.8 126 Students will draw a compass rose with the 8 cardinal directions on it.

3 Science 4.9 145 Students will make a visual to use to represent how the moon does not make its own light
but reflects the light from the sun.

4 English 4.12 a- 83/84 Students will illustrate their own stories.


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5 Math 4.27/ 86 Students will design and decorate a booklet to hold their geometry notes.
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6 Math 4.29 93 Students will illustrate various types of lines.

7 Math 4.30 102 Students will make models using objects such as toothpicks and marshmallows to make
3-D geometric shapes.

8 Math 4.31/ 104 Students will observe the effects of mirrors on pictures and then use the mirror to make
4.32 their own pictures.

9 Math 4.31/ 106 Students will use origami to demonstrate symmetry in shapes. Students will also find
4.32 symmetry in designs and artwork.

1 Math 4.34 115 Students will make their own dot-to-dot using coordinates on the coordinate plane.
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Cite at least 10 examples of the use of drama, theatre, and roleplay:

DRAMA / THEATRE / ROLEPLAY


SUBJECT SOL DAY ACTIVITY
1 Science 4.6 107 Students will dramatize a stage of photosynthesis in front of the class.

2 Science 4.9 141 Students will put themselves in the role of Neil Armstrong and write in their journal how
they think he felt being the first man on the moon.

3 English 4.1/ 10 The teacher will demonstrate a variety of methods of communication using different
4.2/ styles of speaking and gestures to explain different audiences.
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4 English 4.12 a- 81 Students will put themselves in the role of a colonial Jamestown colonist and write about
j, m what it was like to live there at that time.

5 Math 4.31/ 110 Students will demonstrate various quadrilaterals using their bodies and ropes to
4.32 demonstrate the shapes.

6 English 4.7 c-d 22 Students will get in small groups and find unusual words in the dictionary. They will
write down the actual definition and the rest made up. They must then convince their
classmates to vote for it.

7 English 4.7e 31 Students will play charades by acting out the antonym of what the actual word is.

8 English 4.8 50 Students will act like a character from the book they read and answer questions other
students might have about their book project.

9 English 4.8 39 Students will pick a character from Because of Winn-Dixie and describe from that
character’s perspective how they will get ready for Gloria Dump’s party.

1 English 4.9a 51 Students will act out the play, “Red Writing Hood” by reading the script.
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Cite at least 10 examples of the use of movement and dance:

MOVEMENT AND DANCE


SUBJECT SOL DAY ACTIVITY
1 Science 4.6 107 Students will dramatize a stage of photosynthesis in front of the class.

2 Science 4.8 126 Students will use a compass and use it to move to a particular part of the classroom.

3 Science 4.9 147 The teacher and a few student volunteers will demonstrate the process of rotation and
revolution of the sun, moon, and Earth in the solar system.

4 Science 4.11 167 Students will determine what their different muscles actually do- which muscles perform
which actions.

5 English 4.1/ 4 Students will partner up and demonstrate good leadership and following skills by being
4.2/ blind-folded and lead around the school.
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6 English 4.7b 19 Library scavenger hunt

7 Math 4.30 99 Students will work on different circle-related problems in various locations/ stations
around the classroom.

8 Math 4.31/ 110 Students will demonstrate various quadrilaterals using their bodies and ropes to
4.32 demonstrate the shapes.

9 Math 4.35/ 128, Students will move to various stations around the room to figure out and demonstrate
4.36 133 probability.

1 Math 4.39 157 Students will observe patterns around their classroom and around the school.
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Cite at least 5 examples of the use of health:

HEALTH
SUBJECT SOL DAY ACTIVITY
1 Science 4.11 166 Students will learn about the major bones, muscles, and organs in their body.

2 Science 4.11 168 Students will learn how to take their pulse before and after doing 25 jumping jacks.

3 Science 4.11 167 Students will learn more about their muscles by figuring out what muscle does what
action.

4 Science 4.11 170 Students will take large sheets of paper and with a partner, trace around their body and
then label important organs and parts of the body.

5 Social 4.25 113 The teacher will talk about how George Washington died and how the medicine of the
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Please mark YES or NO with an “X” to signify that you completed all of the assignments listed
in the table below:

YES NO INDICATOR
X I have used technology at least 36 times over the course of the school year. (average would
be four times per month).
X I have used all four fine arts areas (music, visual, drama, and dance) in my curriculum.

X I have planned fine arts lessons at least 36 times over the course of the school year.
(average would be four times per month).
X I have planned at least 20 health lessons over the course of the school year. (average would
be twice per month).
X I have planned at least 36 lessons or references to movement or PE over the course of the
school year. (average would be four times per month).
X I have incorporated accommodations / differentiation of instruction for diversity /
exceptionalities throughout my curriculum AT LEAST one time per week.