April 10 - Lessons on TV - High School

Learning Doesn't Stop - Lessons on TV - High School

Brandie Crump, Carozo EC

Annotation Strategies for Close Reading. Focusing on "chunking the text" for the central idea.

Example - Chunking the TextLesson Plan.

 

Tyrone Shaw, McKinley Tech HS

World History & Geography I:

Renaissance Culture

The Protestant Reformation

The Catholic Reformation

S.P.I.C.E. Annotation Handout

WH SPICE Handout

 

Ashley Kearney, Ron Brown HS

Caylah Green, Anacostia HS

Deal or No Deal? Part 2. How too interpret & construct tables and functions to model exponential relationships given verbal descriptions involving home buying, car buying and loans.

Deal or No Deal - Part 2Lesson Plan.

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April 9 - Lessons on TV - Middle Grades

Learning Doesn't Stop - Lessons on TV - Middle Grades

Kamellia Keo, McKinley MS

Gravity

MS Gravity LessonStudent Data Sheet

Teacher Resources.

 

Sara Hjort-Tyson, Hart MS

Proportional Relationships

7th Grade Problem. Continue Exploring Proportions.

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April 8 - Lessons on TV - 4th & 5th Grades

April 8 - Lessons on TV - 4th & 5th Grade

Shanette Covington, Brookland MS

Visual Arts with a Math Component

Define Change: How do you calculate impact?

 

Rachel Thomas, Bunker Hill ES

The Writing Process: Persuasive and Opinion Writing

Letter Types.

Outline for Opinion. Modified Outline for Opinion.

Persuasive Outline. Modified Outline for Persuasive

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Mutual Aid

What is Mutual Aid & Why it is important

By Laura Fuchs

 

Being separated from our students and families, it is hard not to feel helpless in the face of all of this unknown. While it is important to advocate for the government to step up and support our families, we know that there are immediate needs that are still not being met. But community members are stepping up to help each other using what is known as Mutual Aid.

From Big Door Brigade: "Mutual aid is a term to describe people giving each other needed material support, trying to resist the control dynamics, hierarchies, and system-affirming, oppressive arrangements of charity and social services. Mutual aid projects are a form of political participation in which people take responsibility for caring for one another and changing political conditions, not just through symbolic acts or putting pressure on their representatives in government, but by actually building new social relations that are more survivable."

Read more at https://bigdoorbrigade.com/what-is-mutual-aid/

 

Please Share with your school, students and families. Volunteer. And Donate.

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April 7 - Lessons on TV - 2nd & 3rd Grades

Learning Doesn't Stop - Lessons on TV

April 7, 2020 - 2nd & 3rd Grade

 

Nadia Torney, Kimball ES

Non-fiction text structures

Animal Habitats


Raphael Bonhomme, School within a School @ Goding

The relationship between addition and subtraction

1-digit plus 2-digit addition

2-digit plus 2-digit addition

3-digit plus 2-digit addition

Part-Part Whole Model

 

 

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April 6 - Lessons on TV - Early Education - 1st Grade

Lessons on TV - Early Education - 1st Grade

Class materials are below.

 

Kalpana SharmaBrightwood EC

Keeping It Clean: Handwashing & Experiment

Hand Washing

Oneiz Mercado, Tyler ES

Numbers/números - Bilingual lesson about counting and number lines.

Numbers_Numeros

 

 

Click here to access all episodes:  https://www.wtulocal6.net/lessons_on_tv

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April 3 - High School

April 3 - Lessons on TV - High School

Ashley Kearney, Ron Brown HS

Caylah Green, Anacostia HS

Deal or No Deal? We will show students how to interpret and construct tables and functions to model exponential relationships, given verbal descriptions involving home buying, car buying, and or saving loans.

Deal or No Deal.  Spanish.

Alysha Butler, McKinley Tech EC

"Is anything new about today's immigration debate?" U.S. Immigration Policy from 1884-1965

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April 2 - 6th - 8th Grades

April 2 - Learning Doesn't Stop - Middle School

Deyon Johnson, Hart MS

Writing an Objective Summary

Materials.

Sarah Hjort-Tyson, Hart MS

Graphing

Materials: 6th Grade. 7th Grade. 8th Grade

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April 1 - 4th & 5th Grades

TV_-_April_1.pngApril 1 - Lessons on TV - 4th & 5th Grades

 

Rachel ThomasBunker Hill ES

6 habits of good readers: following the weekly learning plan and other text.

Presentation Anchor Chart.

 

Shanette CovingtonBrookland MS

Visual Art with a Math Component.

Materials.

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March 31 - 2nd & 3rd Grade

Lessons on TV - 2nd & 3rd Grade

K.C. Boyd, Jefferson Academy

Read aloud of Sulwe by Lupita Nyong'o and Art Activity

Raphael Bonhomme, SWS @ Goding

Decomposing 2 and 3 Digit Numbers

Decomposing Numbers - 1Decomposing Numbers - 2.

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March 30 - Early Childhood - 1st Grade

Monday, March 30 - Early Childhood - 1st Grade

Kalpana Sharma, Brightwood EC

Part 1: Read Aloud: Why Can't I Go to School? (English, Spanish, Chinese)

Part 2: Hands-On Investigation: Sink or Float?

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Washington Teachers’ Union and Fox 5 Partner to Air Lessons on TV

For Immediate Release:                                    Contact: Joe Weedon

March 26, 2020                                                [email protected]

                                                                        202-277-9410

 

Washington Teachers’ Union and Fox 5 Partner to Air Lessons on TV

“Learning Doesn’t StopLessons on TV” Geared Primarily

for Students without Laptops

 

WASHINGTONThe Washington Teachers’ Union is partnering with Fox 5 and its sister station, Fox 5 Plus (WDCA), to air lessons on television, starting Monday, March 30, for students who do not have access to laptops or Wi-Fi during school closures.

The lessons, presented by District of Columbia Public Schools teachers, will begin Monday on Fox 5 Plus at 10 a.m. Each day of the week will feature a 30-minute lesson aligned with district learning standards for a particular grade group. Mondays will be for early childhood learners and first-graders; Tuesdays for second- and third-graders; Wednesdays for fourth- and fifth-graders; Thursdays for sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders; and Fridays for ninth- through twelfth-graders. Lessons will mostly be in the subjects of English language arts, math and history.

The program is called “Learning Doesn’t Stop—Lessons on TV.”

“We’re doing this because at least 30 to 40 percent of our city’s students do not have access to a computer. They shouldn’t be left out of distance learning because of their economic circumstance,” said WTU President Elizabeth Davis. “Even with the city’s recent investment in 16,400 new laptops and thousands more available in our schools, DCPS has been slow to release them to every student who needs one. Every child needs an equal chance to learn while schools are closed, and we’re working to help fill the gap with lessons on TV.”

Patrick Paolini, general manager of Fox 5, said the station was thrilled to team up with WTU in this time of crisis.

“Fox 5 is committed to serving the community in any way we can. The lessons on WDCA taught by our community heroes—teachers—will help kids keep learning as we all get through the coronavirus crisis together in a variety of ways,” Paolini said.

The lessons on WDCA will be promoted daily on Fox 5’s “Good Day DC” morning show and on TEGNA-owned CBS affiliate WUSA9’s “Great Day Washington” morning program.

“Helping our community’s children to keep learning is one of the greatest public services we can provide during this trying time,” said Richard Dyer, president and general manager of WUSA9. “We’re glad to partner in this effort to make sure D.C. students have access to various avenues for learning.”

Teachers also will post the lessons on WTU’s website, www.wtulocal6.net, so students and their families can work on the lessons discussed throughout the week.

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