Welcome to Subject Review Foldable Booklets for Hands-On Visual Learners . Session 113 Maggie Moore St. Patrick Catholic School - Charlotte. Why Foldables ?. An innovative and useful way to help your students learn and review science or other subject areas. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Welcome to Subject Review Foldable Booklets for Hands-On Visual Learners
Welcome to Subject Review Foldable Booklets for Hands-On Visual Learners Session 113Maggie MooreSt. Patrick Catholic School - Charlotte
Why Foldables?An innovative and useful way to help your students learn and review science or other subject areas.
Spectacular for hands-on and visual learners.
Can be adjusted to meet the individual needs of your students, any subject, or grade level.
Materials NeededScissorsGlueMarkers/ Colored PencilsColored paper (8 x 11)Large colored paper (12 x 18)
SampleBookletsCover then Inside
Steps Communicate Sequence Observation Measurement Infer, Predict, Draw Conclusions Sort and Classify Make a Model
Step 1: Communicate
General statements that can connect the student to the subject.Examples:I am an animal because IMy favorite lab wasMy favorite weather isIf I could explore space, I wouldI think it is important to study Earth becauseMy favorite Hiddenite (field trip) activity wasMy favorite water activity isWhat are some learned behaviors you have?Step 2: Sequence
Sequencing of Events or Lists Examples:Places on Earth We Can Find Water5 Properties of MineralsWhat makes soil a resource?Space FactsGases that make up Earths atmosphereTypes of EnergyWhat is the general pattern of any animal life cycle?3 Types of Symmetry
Step 3: Observation
Using senses to connect to meaning.Students can draw a picture and write a description or glue pictures to the description.Helpful for LIKE terms.
Examples:Amphibians/ ReptilesTypes of RocksVertebrates/ InvertebratesLayers of the EarthEndoskeleton/ ExoskeletonSimple MachinesLayers of the Earths AtmosphereStep 4: Measurement
Chinese Take Out Boxes (their favorite!)Step 5: Infer, Predict, Draw Conclusions
Cycles!Step 6: Sort and Classify
Compare and Contrast
Step 7: Make a Model
Questions or Comments
Thank You!Maggie MooreSt. Patrick Schoolmmmenze@stpatrickschool.net