a way, the children's book called The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Pinkwater sums up our goals in writing this book about teaching science and meshing our approach with your district curriculum. Mr. Plumbean, the star of The Big Orange ...
Author: Kerry C. Williams
Publisher: Corwin Press
This valuable handbook is packed with examples, questions, stories, and thought-provoking ideas linked to NSES to help teachers give students a strong start in science achievement.
In een nette, rustige straat worden de mensen plotseling opgeschrikt als een van de huizen wordt ontsierd met een grote oranje klodder verf.
Author: Daniel Manus Pinkwater
In een nette, rustige straat worden de mensen plotseling opgeschrikt als een van de huizen wordt ontsierd met een grote oranje klodder verf. Prentvertelling met grote enigszins quasi naïeve, kleurrijke schilderingen. Voorlezen vanaf ca. 4 jaar, zelf lezen vanaf ca. 8 jaar.
Then read The Big Orange Splot (Pinkwater, 1977) to the group. This children's book is about a neighborhood in which all of the houses look exactly alike until a bird drops a can of orange paint onto the home of Mr. Plumbean.
Author: Adria N. Pearson
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ACT for Body Image Dissatisfaction is an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) manual practitioners can use to help clients overcome body image dissatisfaction and disordered eating behaviors such as food restriction and binge eating.
Overview of Activity Students will read the beginning of the book The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Manus Pinkwater and then work with others to find solutions for fixing Mr. Plumbean's house . 1. taking tums ? 2. cooperating ?
Author: Wendy Conklin
Publisher: Shell Education
A practical guide for applying differentiation theories to real classrooms. You will learn how to differentiate through content, process, and product.
(Sample response: Mr. Plumbean [ aracter] has a big orange splot on his house. He embraces it as part of who he is, but his neighbors are unhappy [obstacle]. He rea es his goal of keeping his house the way he likes by having ...
Author: Tamra Stambaugh
Transformations in Stories and Arguments explores essential questions, such as "How does the development of a character build the reader's understanding? How do the actions of others change the world? How do words and images impact our thinking?" This unit, developed by Vanderbilt University's Programs for Talented Youth, is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and features accelerated content, creative products, differentiated tasks, engaging activities, and the use of in-depth analysis models to develop sophisticated skills in the language arts. Through the lens of transformation, students will examine narrative and persuasive elements essential to the analysis of short stories, advertisements, visual art, scientific argumentation, and their own writing. Students will discover transformations in themselves and their written work as they craft and revise narrative and persuasive pieces, realizing their own voice in the process. Ideal for gifted classrooms or gifted pull-out groups, the unit features stories by Dan Santat, Fiona Roberton, Jannell Cannon, Christopher Myers, Maurice Sendak, Daniel Manus Pinkwater, Jane Yolen, and Patricia Polacco; poetry by Carl Sandburg; sculptures by Arturo Di Modica and Kristen Visbal; a viewing of Pixar's short film Lou and a variety of commercials; and engaging short nonfiction readings. Winner of the 2015 NAGC Curriculum Studies Award Grades 2-4
The Jolly Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Manus Pinkwater Ben and Me or Captain Kidd's Cat by Robert Lawson The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka Wolf Pig Lesson Outline EACKGROUND This is ...
The Big Orange Splot ( Pinkwater , 1977 ) . When adults and children need encouragement to dream , The Big Orange Splot is hard to beat . People of all ages enjoy the adventures of Mr. Plumbean as he tries to decide how to handle an ...
Author: Lissa A. Power-deFur
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
A comprehensive look at inclusion, this book provides success stories by administrators and teachers who have found that inclusion is the be st way to meet the least restrictive environment needs of their studen ts. Complete with checklists, in-service materials, and pre- and post- evaluation methods, this detailed guide will help you meet student nee ds in a way that complements the educational, fiscal, and legal outloo ks--as well as the attitudes--of your school division.
Big. Orange. Splot. Extension Activities Dream House Provide each child with white sacks of various sizes, construction paper, markers and glue. Ask them to color the front of the house on one side of the white sack and the back of the ...
Author: Jeri A. Carroll
Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press
Honesty, respect, responsibility, compassion, self-discipline and perseverance-the building blocks of character are the topics of this book. Introduce the theme with a great book and reinforce it with a variety of meaningful and creative follow-up activities.
Big. Orange. Splot. GOAL. OuTCOMES. a. explain the importance of individual expression ... Begin with the following: Boys and girls, today we're going to read a book titled The Big Orange Splot: This story is about people who decide to ...
Author: J. Englebright Fox
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Written for pre-service and in-service early childhood professionals in child care, preschool, or kindergarten through third grade settings, ART & CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, 8th Edition, takes a child-centered approach to art education. Updated throughout, the book includes an in-depth discussion of technology to aid teachers in understanding the role that technology can play in children's visual art appreciation and production. Guidelines for establishing an inclusive art program in classrooms for young children are included for early childhood professionals. Activities and recipes make the text a valuable resource for in-service teachers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
... conflict , resolution , cause and effect ) As a class , read The Big Orange Splot by Daniel Pinkwater and have students use the following analogies : Direct Analogy • How is the big orange splot both helpful and problematic ?
Author: John Dacey
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
Build students' creativity while implementing standards-based instruction! This resource helps teachers learn how to merge teaching the standards and creative-thinking strategies in order to help students solve problems, think effectively, and be innovative. This unique resource includes classroom management ideas, lesson examples, and assessment information
LESSON PLAN THE BIG ORANGE SPLOT BY DANIEL MANUS PINKWATER Topics: Ethics; social and political philosophy; metaphysics Time: 30 minutes to an hour, depending on ages of the children Objectives • To consider the relationship between ...
Author: Jana Mohr Lone
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Philosophy in Education: Questioning and Dialog in K-12 Classrooms is a textbook in the fields of pre-college philosophy and philosophy of education, intended for philosophers and philosophy students, K-12 classroom teachers, administrators and educators, policymakers, and pre-college practitioners of all kinds. The book offers a wealth of practical resources for use in elementary, middle school, and high school classrooms, as well as consideration of many of the broader educational, social, and political topics in the field, including the educational value of pre-college philosophy, the philosophies of education that inform this philosophical practice, and the relevance of pre-college philosophy for pressing issues in contemporary education (such as education reform, child development, and prejudice and privilege in classrooms). The book includes sections on: the expansion of philosophy beyond higher education to pre-college populations; the importance of wondering, questioning and reflection in K-12 education; the ways that philosophy is uniquely suited to help students cultivate critical reasoning and independent thinking capacities; how to develop classroom communities of philosophical inquiry and their potentially transformative impact on students; the cultivation of philosophical sensitivity and positive identity formation in childhood; strategies for recognizing and diminishing the impact of social inequalities in classrooms; and the relationship between introducing philosophy in schools and education reform.
I ask my 21 first-graders before reading them my favorite picture book, The Big Orange Splot (Pinkwater, 1977). It's a lovely story about the human need to be an individual and the need to seek out and fulfill our dreams.
Author: Mary F. Heller
Reading-Writing Connections: From Theory to Practice is an extraordinary language arts methods text that enables elementary and middle school teachers to create classroom environments where all students can become lifelong readers and writers. Focusing on developmentally appropriate methods and materials, this remarkably readable book empowers a new generation of teachers to integrate reading, writing, listening, and speaking in K-8 classrooms. Heller's highly accessible writing style makes this book suitable as a primary text for undergraduate and graduate courses in language arts, reading, writing, and literacy. Special features of this second edition include: * a vision of how to transform cutting-edge theory and research into classroom practice that utilizes integrated language arts instruction; *a unique developmental perspective with separate chapters on teaching methods and materials for kindergarten, primary (1-3), intermediate (4-6), and middle grades (7-8); * instructional guidelines that offer generous, detailed suggestions for applying theory to practice, plus "For You to Try" and "For Your Journal" exercises that encourage critical thinking and reflection; and * a wealth of classroom vignettes, examples of students' oral and written language, illustrations, and figures that accentuate interesting and informative theory, research, and practice. In addition, Reading-Writing Connections offers expanded content on the impact of sociocultural theory and the whole language movement on the teaching of reading and writing across the curriculum; greater emphasis on cultural diversity, including new multicultural children's literature booklists that complement the general children's literature bibliographies; and current information on alternative assessment, emerging technologies, the multiage classroom, reader response to literature, and thematic teaching.
Use big ideas from the chapter to write three to five if–then statements about teaching implications. For example, “If big ideas ... These titles would be available at most libraries: The Big Orange Splot, Millions of Cats, Crow Boy, ...
Author: Claudia E Cornett
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This book is about designing instruction that makes comprehension the priority in reading and in content area study. The comprehension model described responds to calls from literacy experts and professional organizations for inquiry-based instruction that prepares readers to be active meaning makers who are adept at both critical and creative thinking. Comprehension First introduces a before, during, after Comprehension Problem Solving (CPS) process that helps readers ask key questions so they arrive at a substantial comprehension product-"big ideas" based on themes and conclusions drawn from literary works and expository texts. The book further describes how to orchestrate research-based best practices to build lessons and units around big ideas and important questions. In this age of multiple literacies, all of us must learn to be more nimble users of Literacy 2.0 communication tools. Mastering problem solving is at the core of this challenge. Comprehension First embraces this challenge by inviting present and future teachers to examine WHY and HOW these tools can be used more purposefully to achieve the pre-eminent literacy goal of deep comprehension.
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright OfficePublish On: 1978
2289 2464 The Big felt burger and 27 other crafts projects to relish . A 826932 . ... 3219 Big Blue Marble career learning center , 2 : personal services , A 81 9707 ... 1834 Big fun to grow ... 3336 The Big orange splot . A823858 .
100 “ Big Beautiful Planet " uu The Big Kite Contest 136 Big Orange Splot 44 The Big Orange Thing 43 The Big Pumpkin 142 Big Red Barn 21 The Big Sneeze 21 The Big Sukkah 82 “ A Big Turtle ” 105 The Biggest Bear 24 The Biggest Nose 92 ...
Author: Jeri Kladder
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Story time at the public library is the first exposure to books outside the home for many preschool children. For the librarian, it is an exciting opportunity to instill in youngsters a love of reading and books. But coming up with new ideas that hold the children’s attention can be trying. Until now. Here are 55 tried-and-true story hour programs with a thematic approach. All are highly flexible and adaptable across the full preschool age range. Most of the ideas are arranged under one of eight specific themes that include four to eight one-hour programs: barnyard animals, the Caldecott Medal, colors, families, a storytelling feast, the five senses, reptiles and amphibians, and around the world. There are also 18 individual holiday and seasonal programs. All story hours provide ideas for name tags, suggested audiovisual materials, recommended story, poetry and song selections, additional titles and a full description of the activity.
The Big Orange Splot By Daniel Manus Pinkwater Watch the video of a reading of the book , " The Big Orange Splot . " There are several readings available online , such this one : https://www.youtube.com/watch ? as v=rpkNJTJBSPI.
Author: Tamra Stambaugh
The Affective Jacob's Ladder Reading Comprehension Program uses a models approach to scaffold student learning and promote inquiry-based discussions of texts. This series of Jacob's Ladder focuses specifically on supporting advanced students' social-emotional needs through the discussion of reading selections in the following genres: short stories and media, poetry, and speeches, essays, and biographies.
Author: Time-Life for Children (Firm)Publish On: 1990
Author: Time-Life for Children (Firm)
Publisher: Time Life Education
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A collection of original stories, traditional tales, essays, poems, songs, activities, and games, grouped under the headings "My House and Your House," "Around the Corner & Down the Street," and "Living and Working Together."
... 1980 , USA Daniel Manus Pinkwater , The Big Orange Splot , Scholastic , 1977 Letting them loose with the little books Starts with Provide each pair of students with a copy of Worksheet 1 , a die and two counters or small objects .