Angeles Rivero Loyola

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Recent Posts by Angeles

Fri Nov 20, 2015 9:40 PM in Beginning a science lesson
I loved the idea of mirror mirror and I would love to remind you something. A great way to engage or hook student is to use what they like, what they see, etc as your engage. For my lesson on heat I started with a song from Frozen where the snowman sings what would summer be like for him. Kids completely loved it and were really engaged from the beggining of the lesson because of this.  

Fri Nov 20, 2015 9:33 PM in heat
Hi so I am a student teacher and I already taught a class on heat but I was not that happy with my content or my activities. The kids were extremely confused on what heat was. I was hoping maybe you can tell me how you teach it and/or activities you all use to teach heat energy. Thank you!

Fri Nov 20, 2015 9:29 PM in Garden Activities
I love this idea! I think it would make poetry be less abstract and more achievable for kids!