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Alberta Education Sample Lesson Plans
As you are one of the districts participating in the Pilot this year, we wanted to let you know that we can provide support to your teachers in areas such as:
- an overview of literacy and numeracy progressions, definitions, components, and elements
- collaborative marking sessions
- interpreting SLA data, and
- helping teachers to determine next steps in providing literacy and numeracy interventions.
Searching for something to get kids excited about math? Scrambling for a great resource to share with your colleagues or use in the library? Consider picture books.
For many of us, the storybook shelf isn’t the first place we go to when we start to plan a math lesson. But children’s books can be a great math teaching tool.
Graph Club is a highly effective program to build your students essential graphing skills. This innovative easy-to-use tool enables students to create, explore, interpret and print graphs, helping them make the transition from graphing with manipulatives to graphing in the abstract.
These sites provide resources, ideas, and strategies in teaching math concepts using children’s literature. Covers math topics such as sorting, counting, time, addition and subtraction, fractions, measurement, money, and graphing. Includes lesson plans and book lists by math topic and age.
Students use appropriate vocabulary to describe shapes to their classmates. Students focus on the properties of shapes to develop mental images of objects from descriptors. They create multiple representations of triangles using geoboards, string, and crayons and paper.
Empowering teachers to provide the education that every student deserves.
Alberta Education Documents
Early Learning Collab Day
Edmonton Public Schools - Early Learning Resources
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