Alexis Chavarria

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Recent Posts by Alexis

Wed Mar 13, 2019 2:34 PM in 5E LESSON PLAN: Properties of Rocks
Hi Bev! The descriptor 'size' is a part of the TEKS therefore it is required that I incorporate it into both the objective and the lesson. I love your suggestion of having students draw & color the rocks though, thank you!

Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:20 AM in 5E LESSON PLAN: Properties of Rocks
Hi everyone! I will be presenting a lesson on rocks to my second grade class and wanted to briefly share the objective and activities I have planned! I would really appreciate any and all suggestions on how I could further expand their knowledge during the lesson. The objective states students will observe, describe, and compare rocks by size, texture, and color. To do this I have set up stati...

Mon Jan 28, 2019 11:37 PM in Implementing STEM in my classroom
Hi! My name is Alexis Chavarria. I am a student teacher at an LCISD elementary school and am placed in a 2nd grade self-contained classroom. My dream is to teach second grade Reading and Writing! Unfortunately since the classroom I am placed in is self-contained, there is not much time left to focus on Science after reviewing Reading, Writing, and Math all day. During math stations, students p...