Vanessa Trejo

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Recent Posts by Vanessa

Wed Oct 10, 2018 2:40 PM in Recognizing the Five Senses in Daily Routines
I am working on creating a 5E lesson plan for my pre - kindergarten students. For my 5E lesson, the topic is the five senses and how it is important for our everyday life as well as what sense we use for everyday objects around us. For the engage portion of my lesson there will be a presentation of an online video/song as well as an opportunity to access prior knowledge. For the explore portion o...

Tue Oct 09, 2018 6:39 PM in Recognizing the Five Senses in Daily Routines
I am working on creating a 5E lesson plan for my pre - kindergarten students. For my 5E lesson, the topic is the five senses and how it is important for our everyday life as well as what sense we use for everyday objects around us. For the engage portion of my lesson there will be a presentation of an online video/song as well as an opportunity to access prior knowledge. For the explore portion o...

Mon Sep 03, 2018 6:13 PM in STEM in my classroom
This is my first semester student teaching through the University of Houston at an HISD elementary school. The grade level I am student teaching with is pre-k. It may seem that there is not much that could be done to implement STEM with students so little but on the contrary, there is much one can do to implement STEM in a pre-k classroom. In a classroom with little ones, one of the centers/stat...