martes, 17 de octubre de 2017

JVS-TSLM 5th Planner week 10 October 23rd to 27th,2017

         

                                                         
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 10
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 2nd grade

DATE: October 23rd  to 27th , 2017 

Session: 1 (Monday )  

THEME: New vocabulary  words.
 
CURRICULAR AREAS:
Language Arts
KiVa lesson 1 Interpersonal Communication

 SUBAREA
Writing and representing
Goals and decisions.

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS)
 Think about communication.
Creates informational writing using some content-specific vocabulary and details.
 Identifies the steps needed to achieve a goal.

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products): A story map showing how you communicate.

RESOURCES: colors, white sheet of paper, voc. words

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. ) 
2. List how communication can be. (5min)
3. Express one attitude or emotion. (5min.)
4. In a sheet of paper answer these questions: Which emotion or thing is easy to express? Was expressing a certain thing difficult? Why?. (5min.)
5. Make a drawing of your emotions. (10min.)
6. Copy on your vocabulary notebook vocabulary words 1 to 5 week 10 one time. ( child, children, foot, feet,man ) (10min.) 
7. Illustrate each one with a small drawing. (10 min.)
8. Write the homework on homework section. (10 min)

RESOURCES:  vocabulary list, KiVa program, 8 iPads
 
PLACE: classroom

CLASS ORGANIZATION: individual, group of four

HOMEWORK: Write one sentence with each vocabulary word 1 to 5 week 10.  
 

                                                                 
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 10
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 2nd grade

DATE: October 23rd  to 27th , 2017 

Session: 2 ( Tuesday )

THEME: Reading Comprehension, new vocabulary words
 
CURRICULAR AREAS:
Language Arts

 SUBAREA
Reading Comprehension
Writing and representing

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS)
 Interacts with others for the purposes of compare the story with a movie, TV program or another book.  
Uses recognizable letters when writing familiar words. 

GROUP GOAL: Kids will publish in Facebook and Twitter their reading comprehension work. Students will write and illustrate new vocabulary words on the notebook.

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products): Reading comprehensio work published in Facebook and Twitter. Students new vocabulary words written on the notebook.

ACTIVITIES: 1.  Daily routine. Date, We learn…, Brain Gym ( ocho perezoso ), Spell 3 words, Copy Homework. (30min.)
2. Kids will listen to the story. “ Not So Wise As You Suppose” by Michael Patrick Hearn( 2 min. )
3. They will compare it with another story, TV program  or movie and illustrate it using the iPad .      ( 20 min. )
4. They will share their work in Facebook and Twitter. ( 20 min. )
5. Kids will copy on their vocabulary notebook vocabulary words 6 to 10 week 10 one time.( men, mouse, mice, person, people ) ( 10 min. )
6. Kids will illustrate each one with a small drawing. ( 10 min. )
7. They will write the homework in homework section. ( 10 min)


 RESOURCES:  vocabulary list, 8 iPads, reading book
 
PLACE: classroom

CLASS ORGANIZATION: individual, pairs



HOMEWORK: Write one sentence with each voc. word 6 to 10 week 10. Read 10 min.

 

                                                                 
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 10
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 2nd grade

DATE: October 23rd  to 27th , 2017 

Session: 3 ( Wednesday )

CURRICULAR AREA:
 Language Arts
Math 

 SUBAREA
Writing and representing
Numbers

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS):
Compare whole numbers.
Demonstrates enhanced vocabulary knowledge and usage. 

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products):  Pearson: Compare whole numbers quick check.

RESOURCES: 7  iPads, vocabulary words

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. )
Enter Pearsonrealize.com
Sign in your username and password.
Answer 1.3 Compare whole numbers. Quick Check.
Send your exam.
Copy on your vocabulary notebook vocabulary words 11 to 15 week 10 one time. ( goose, geese, woman, women, fish ) ( 10 min. )
Illustrate each one with a small drawing. ( 10 min. )
Write the homework in homework section. ( 10 min. )

 RESOURCES:  vocabulary list, 8 iPads, EnVisionmath
 
PLACE: classroom

CLASS ORGANIZATION: individual, pairs

HOMEWORK: Write one sentence with each voc. word 11 to 15 week 10.  Read 10 min.

 


                                                                 
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 10
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 2nd grade

DATE: October 23rd to 27th, 2017 

Session: 4 (Thursday  )

CURRICULAR AREA:
Music Class ( 11:30 to 12:10)
Language Arts 
Math

 SUBAREA
Writing and representing
Form, Shape, Space

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS)
 Define patterns, number rules.
Organizes thinking by following a framework or rehearsing when presenting ideas and information. 

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products):  Pearson: Patterns number rules quick check.

RESOURCES:  8 ipads

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. )
 Enter Pearsonrealize.com
Sign in your username and password.
Answer 14.2 patterns number rules. Quick check.
Send your exam.
 Write the homework in the homework notebook. ( 10 min. )

RESOURCES:  vocabulary list, Language Arts notebook, EnVisionmath
 
PLACE: classroom

CLASS ORGANIZATION: individual, pairs

HOMEWORK:  Read 10 min.
         

                                                          
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 10
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 2nd grade

DATE: October 23rd   to 27th , 2017 

Session: 5 ( Friday )

GROUP GOALS: Kids learn how do plants grow.

DAILY ROUTINE: Date, Brain Gym ( ocho perezoso ), Mental Math, Copy Homework.

CURRICULAR AREA:
Art Class ( 11:30 to 12:10 )
Language arts
Science 
Social Studies

 SUBAREA
 Features (writing and representing)
Skills and processes of science.
Social Studies

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS)
 Presents information using oral, written or visual representations.
Recognize what are natural resources. 

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products). What are natural resources quiz.

RESOURCES:  Science Pearson

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. )  
Enter Pearsonrealize.com
Sign in your username and password.
Answer: What are natural resources? Lesson Quiz.
Send your exam.
Go back to Pearson and watch Social Studies video “Geography of the United States”
Take a sheet of paper and draw how are lands and regions in the United States.(20min.)
 Write homework in homework notebook. ( 10 min. )
HOMEWORK:  Read 10 minutes.

 

sábado, 14 de octubre de 2017

JVS-TSLM 5th Planner 9 October 16th to 20th, 2017

 

                                                                 
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 9
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 5th grade

DATE: October 16th  to 20th , 2017 

Session: 1 (Monday )

GROUP GOALS: KiVa Interpersonal communication

DAILY ROUTINE: Date, We learn…, Brain Gym ( ocho perezoso ), Mental Math, Copy Homework.

CURRICULAR AREA:
Language arts 
Personal Planning
KiVa lesson 1 Respect is for everyone

 SUBAREA
Writing and representing
Goals and decisions.

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS)
 Think about communication.
Creates informational writing using some content-specific vocabulary and details.
 Identifies the steps needed to achieve a goal.

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products): A story map showing how you communicate.

RESOURCES: colors, white sheet of paper, voc. words

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. ) 
2. List how communication can be. (5min)
3. Express one attitude or emotion. (5min.)
4. In a sheet of paper answer these questions: Which emotion or thing is easy to express? Was expressing a certain thing difficult? Why?. (5min.)
5. Make a drawing of your emotions. (10min.)
6. Copy on your vocabulary notebook vocabulary words 1 to 5 week 9 one time. ( with, in, next to, on, under) (10min)
7. Write the homework in homework section. (10 min. )
 
HOMEWORK: Write one sentence with each vocabulary word 1 to 5 week 9. 
 

                                                                 
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 9
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 5th grade

DATE: October 16th  to 20th , 2017 

Session: 2 ( Tuesday )

GROUP GOALS: Children connect with something they have experienced.


DAILY ROUTINE: Date, Brain Gym ( ocho perezoso ),Spell 5 words, Copy Homework.

CURRICULAR AREA:
Reading Power
Language arts


 SUBAREA
Connecting
Writing and representing

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS)
Interacts with others for the purposes of making connections.
 Infers the problable outcome of an event or behaviour based on observations.
Uses of vocabulary words 

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products): ):  Reading comprehension work post in Facebook and Twitter. Students new vocabulary words written on the notebook.
 
RESOURCES:  8 ipads, vocabulary words

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. )  
2. Listen to the story “Extraordinary Jane” by Hannah E. Harrison https://youtu.be/t4vcrE331-M  ( 10 min. )
3. Write your connections on a post it and illustrate them on a sheet of paper. ( 20 min. )
4. Share your connections with the group. ( 10 min. )
5. Copy on your vocabulary notebook vocabulary words 6 to 10 week 9 one time. (behind, in front of, among, between, at) ( 10 min. )
6. Illustrate each one with a small drawing. ( 10 min. )
7. Write the homework in homework section. ( 10 min. ) 
 
HOMEWORK: Write one sentence with each voc. word 6 to 10 week 9. Read 10 min.

 

                                                                 
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 9
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 5th grade

DATE: October 16th  to 20th , 2017 

Session: 3 ( Wednesday )

GROUP GOALS: Kids understand the places calue relationships.

DAILY ROUTINE: Date, Brain Gym ( ocho perezoso ), Mental Math, Copy Homework.

CURRICULAR AREA:
Physical Education Class (11:15 – 12:50 )
Math 
Language arts

 SUBAREA
Number
Writing and representing

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS):
Understand places value relationships.
Demonstrates enhanced vocabulary knowledge and usage. 

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products):  Pearson: Places value relationships quick check.

RESOURCES: 7 iPads, vocabulary words

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. )
Enter Pearsonrealize.com
Sign in your user name and password.
Answer 1.2 Places value relationships. Quick Check.
Send your exam.
Copy on your vocabulary notebook vocabulary words 11 to 15 week 9 one time. (from,to,about,above,by) ( 10 min)
Write the homework in homework section. ( 10 min. )


HOMEWORK: Write one sentence with each  voc. word 11 to 15 week 9. Read 10 min.

 


                                                                 
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 9
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 5th grade

DATE: October 16th  to 20th , 2017 

Session: 4 ( Thursday  )

GROUP GOALS:  Use number sequences.

DAILY ROUTINE: Date, Brain Gym ( ocho perezoso ), Spell 3 words, Copy Homework.

CURRICULAR AREA:
 Math
Language arts

 SUBAREA
Form, shape, space
Writing and representing

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS)
 Use number sequences.
Organizes thinking by following a framework or rehearsing when presenting ideas and information. 

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products):  Pearson: Use attributes to define two-dimensional shapes quick check.

RESOURCES:  8 ipads

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. )
 Enter Pearsonrealize.com
Sign in your user name and password.
Answer 14.1 Number sequences. Quick check.
Send your exam.
 Write the homework in the homework notebook. ( 10 min. )

HOMEWORK:  Read 10 minutes.

 

                                                                 
JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”

PLANNER WEEK 9
 

PROJECT: I KNOW AND ACCEPT MYSELF
THEME:     Prehispanic Cultures, what do I do for MY MEXICO (my school)

GROUP: 5th grade

DATE: October 16th  to 20th , 2017 

Session: 5 ( Friday )

GROUP GOALS: Kids recognize how do living things affect the environment.

DAILY ROUTINE: Date, Brain Gym ( ocho perezoso ), Mental Math, Copy Homework.

CURRICULAR AREA:
Art Class ( 11:30 to 12:10 )
Language arts
Science

 SUBAREA
 Features (writing and representing)
Skills and processes of science.

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLOS)
 Presents information using oral, written or visual representations.
Recognize living things in the environment. 

DESIRED EVIDENCE (final products): How do living things affect the environment quiz.

RESOURCES:  pictures 

ACTIVITIES: 1. Daily routine. ( 10 min. )  
Enter Pearsonrealize.com
Sign in your user name and password.
Answer: How do living things affect the environment. Lesson Quiz.
Send your exam.
 Write homework in homework notebook. ( 10 min. )
HOMEWORK:  Read 10 minutes.

martes, 3 de octubre de 2017

JVS-TSLM 5th Activities 6 to 10 October 2017





                                                                         JVS  PLANNER
“A mí no me califica el maestro, me evalúa el mundo”
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”
GROUP: 5th 

PROJECT: “My world”
I identify who I am, I take responsibility for my actions and contribute to my society.
YEARLY PROJECT: I don´t produce garbage.
                                I Gender peace and well-being (KiVa)
      
 October 2017

CURRICULAR AREA
Personal Planning
Fine Arts
Language Arts
Math
Social Studies and Science

SUBAREA
Personal Identity/ Emotional Intelligence
Visual Arts
Writing/Oral/Reading
Numbers
Science

DESIRED OUTCOMES (PLO’S)
Knows that KiVa stands for a positive school environment
Demonstrates respect for the work of self and others
Interacts with others for the purposes of connecting with the story/Use of vocabulary words
Uses the counting on strategy when counting
Describes the basic needs of local plants and animals

Day 6. 

SKILL: Human Relationship

THEME
Kiva, selfknowledge, self-control

ACTIVITIES:
A) KiVa

BEGINNING: 
Think about people in your life who are your friends, acquaintances or met only once and make a list on a sheet of paper.

 DEVELOPMENT

Write one characteristic of each person and illustrate it.



CLOSURE:
Fill the human relationship chart writing the action in its place.
I treat them with respect 
   We spend time together
I miss him/her if we don’t see each other for a while     
I help when I notice that someone needs help
We share secrets
I respond to a smile with a smile
Sometimes we argue
To him/her I can say what I really think


                       FRIENDS                                                                                  

 _______________________________________    

________________________________________

________________________________________

________________________________________



      EVERYONE


_____________________________________

_____________________________________

_____________________________________

_____________________________________



      
B) Math

BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00, subtraction, long A

DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
Grade yourself.


DAY 7: 
Vocabulary:
Look for the meaning in English of the following words
Crawl, mashed banana, wriggle, poke, itchy, minty, yawn, cuddle, cheerful 

Reading 
BEGINNING: 

Read the story: 
  My No No No Day, by Rebecca Patterson https://youtu.be/x-Bpoj5fZr0 

DEVELOPMENT:
Answer the questions:
What happens in your brain when you listen to the story?
What happens in your brain while you observe?
With which part of the story do you identify?
With which part do you connect?
Write a paragraph about the story using the vocabulary words above.

CLOSURE: 
Post your paragraph in the Facebook of your group and write a comment about your friends’ paragraph.




B) Math
BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
 Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00, subtraction, long A

DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
Grade yourself.



DAY 8: 
BEGINNING: 

Science
Investigate about these ecosystems and illustrate them: grassland, rainforest, tundra, wetland.



DEVELOPMENT:
Enter www.pearsonrealize.com Sign In your user name and password. Click CLASES and choose: What are ecosystems? and watch the Video.


CLOSURE: 
 Go back to Clases and choose: What are ecosystems? Lesson Quiz and answer it. When you finish click “entregar mi examen”.


DESIRED EVIDENCE: Interview

B) Math
BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
 Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00, subtraction, long A

DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
Grade yourself.

C)Vocabulary

BEGINNING
Copy these words: 1. write, 2. wrote, 3. make, 4. made, 5. watch

DEVELOPMENT
Illustrate each word.

CLOSURE
Write one sentence using each word.

DAY 9:

Science
BEGINNING: 
Investigate what is the difference between a legend and a tale. Write them on your notebook.


DEVELOPMENT:
Ask a member of your family to tell you about a legend he/she knows.

CLOSURE: 
Write it and post your work in the Facebook of your group.


B) Math

BEGINNING
Enter to www.pearsonrealize.com Sign In your user name and password and click CLASES. Choose Numbers Through One Million: Visual Learning. Watch the video.
 

DEVELOPMENT
Copy the place-value chart on your Math notebook.

CLOSURE:
Go back to Clases and choose: Numbers Through One Million: Quick Check. Answer it and when you finish click “entregar mi examen”

C)Vocabulary

BEGINNING
Copy these words: 6. watched, 7. talk, 8. talked, 9. play, 10. played

DEVELOPMENT
Illustrate each word.

CLOSURE
Write one sentence using each word.


DAY 10: 

BEGINNING: 
Investigate about the day of the Dead (November 2nd) traditions in Baja California.
DEVELOPMENT:

Look for 3 pictures of their traditions.
Write one sentence about each picture.

CLOSURE: 
Post your work in the Facebook of your group.

B) Math
BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
 Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00, subtraction, long A

DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
Grade yourself.


C)Vocabulary

BEGINNING
Copy these words: 11. flat, 12. Pardon? 13. Sorry? 14. Hello! 15. Oh!

DEVELOPMENT
Illustrate each word.

CLOSURE
Write one sentence using each word.

 

miércoles, 27 de septiembre de 2017

ACTIVIDADES ACADÉMICAS SEPTIEMBRE-OCTUBRE 4° JULES VERNE SCHOOL

 “A mí no me califica el maestro, me evalúa el mundo” by María Eugenia Chávez
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”
CICLO 2017-2018
GRUPO: 4°

PROYECTO: Me conozco y me acepto
                      Identifico quien soy, me responsabilizo de mis acciones y aporto a mi sociedad

Propósito del año: No produzco basura
                                Genero paz y bienestar (KiVa)

PROPÓSITO: Yo y mi medio ambiente donde vivo

ACTIVIDADES ACADÉMICAS DE NIVEL BÁSICO


CAMPO FORMATIVO:
Lenguaje y comunicación
Desarrollo personal  y social
Exploración y conocimiento del medio
Pensamiento matemático
Expresión y apreciación artística.
ASPECTO:
Autoconocimiento
Oral y escrito
Cultura y Vida Social
Forma espacio y medida
Arte
MATERIA
Kiva
Educación Cívica y ética
Español
Matemáticas
 Arte

COMPETENCIA:
Conocimiento y cuidado de sí mismo
Emplea el lenguaje para expresar ideas, emociones y argumentos.
Aplica estrategias para el manejo y la manifestación de las emociones sin lesionar la dignidad propia ni la de los demás.
Expresa ideas, sentimientos y fantasías mediante la creación de representaciones visuales.
Lectura de datos contenidos en tablas y gráficas circulares, para responder diversos cuestionamientos.


PROPOSITO: Que los alumnos establezcan  relaciones personales basadas en el reconocimiento de la solidaridad de las personas.

CONTENIDOS ACADÉMICOS
Programa de Inteligencia emocional y social (definiendo los comportamientos a trabajar)
Valores.
Fracciones.
Gráficas.
Unidades.
Verbos.
Géneros literarios.
Prehistoria.
Divisiones continentales.
Regiones naturales continentales.
Regiones oceánicas.
Regiones sociales continentales.


APRENDIZAJES ESPERADO:
Establece relaciones personales basadas en el respeto y tolerancia
Emplea el lenguaje de acuerdo con el tipo de audiencia.

DÍA 1



ACTIVIDADES:
INICIO:
1. Investiga que significa RESILIENCIA, EMPATIA y SOLIDARIDAD.
2. Para apoyar tú comprensión ve los videos sobre los valores antes mencionados:
 DESARROLLO:
3. Escribe 5 enunciados donde tú apliques estos valores.
CIERRE:
4. Elige un valor y realiza un  PICOLLAGE donde lo ejemplifiques  y compártelo con tu grupo de Facebook.
 (AVISO: Lo puedes hacer utilizando la cuenta de correo del grupo contraseña y la contraseña que se entregó a tus papis en la junta general, en la hoja  de CUENTAS Y CONTRASEÑAS POR GRUPO en caso de no tener la hoja a tu disposición en este momento solicítala al correo institucional de la escuela.)

5. Comenta las fotos de tus compañeros escribiendo un enunciado de lo que entendiste con respecto al valor que ejemplificaron.







DÍA 2

ACTIVIDADES:

INCIO:
1.(Como concepto del mes)Comprendo  que significa metacognición en mi aprendizaje;  un recurso que te ayudara https://youtu.be/A3fABH5YeOU
2.  Ya que sabes lo anterior Realiza la  lectura del cuento de "Bruno y Violeta sobreviven al terremoto”, y contesta las siguientes
preguntas:  http://portales.mineduc.cl/usuarios/convivencia_escolar/doc/201103171351110.Bruno%20y%20Violeta%20(2)N.pdf

  • ¿Qué sucede en mi cerebro mientras leo?
  • ¿Qué sucede en mi cerebro mientras observo las imágenes de este cuento?
  •  ¿Con qué partes del cuento me siento identificado?

  • DESARROLLO:
1. Escribe 3 cosas que te conectaron (sentimientos, actividades, lugares)
2.Elabora un Story Board con al menos 10 cuadros de tus conexiones.
CIERRE:
 3. Publicalo en el Facebook de tu grupo.



DíA 3
ACTIVIDADES:
INICIO:
1. Resuelve los siguientes ejercicios:
DESARROLLO:
2. Practica en la página de “THATQUIZ” los siguientes ejercicios de fracciones aritméticas:
3. Practica en la página de “THATQUIZ” los ejercicios de conceptos gráficos:
4. Practica en la página de “THATQUIZ” los ejercicios de conceptos de unidades:
CIERRE:
4. Captura la pantalla de tus resultados y súbela a  tu grupo deFacebook  de la escuela.



DíA 4

ACTIVIDADES:

INICIO:
1. Revisa el cuento de Doña Higiene en el siguiente video: https://youtu.be/w6Lu5FqFkyg
2. Identifica los adjetivos calificativos y verbos dentro del video.
DESARROLLO:
3. Escribe tu propia historia utilizando los verbos y adjetivos que identificaste, puede ser un cuento, comic, fábula o leyenda. 
CIERRE:
4. Sube tu producto final al grupo de Facebook de tu grado y comenta el trabajo de tus compañeros.

DíA 5

ACTIVIDADES:
INICIO:
DESARROLLO:
2. Investiga que son las DIVISIONES CONTINENTALES, REGIONES NATURALES CONTINENTALES, REGIONES OCEANICAS, REGIONES SOCIALES CONTINENTALES.
CIERRE:
3. Elabora un mapa conceptual de los conceptos anteriores y súbelo al Facebook de tu grupo.
DíA 6

ACTIVIDADES:
INICIO:
1. Observa el video sobre la PREHISTORIA  en el siguiente link https://youtu.be/FWm4uTBaCYs
2. Investiga que es la PREHISTORIA.
DESARROLLO:
3. Elabora una línea del tiempo con la información, este es un ejemplo https://youtu.be/tbSSUTrv74E
CIERRE:
4. Sube en tu grupo de Facebook tu foto de la línea del tiempo y comenta el trabajo de tus compañeros, observando las semejanzas y diferencias.
DíA 7
ACTIVIDADES:
INICIO:
1. Realiza  5 páginas de los ejercicios de caligrafía de tu cuaderno de cursiva. 
CIERRE:
4. Sube durante la semana a tu grupo de Facebook tu foto de los ejercicios.






DÍA 8

Práctica con  el siguiente ejerció de gimnasia cerebral.


ACTIVIDADES:
1 1.   Lee la rúbrica sobre autodominio, piensa en que sol  te encuentras y si te es posible coloréalo.
Autodominio:
 Soy impulsivo, rompo en llanto con facilidad, hago berrinches, se me dificulta reconocer mis errores y aceptar las consecuencias de mis actos. Interrumpo, grito, digo cosas que salen de contexto, soy entrometido, acaparo los materiales, interrumpo lo que hago constantemente, evado mis compromisos dando excusas para no llevar a cabo lo que me corresponde.

Reconozco la forma adecuada de reaccionar ante diversas situaciones y hago esfuerzos para controlarme aunque soy  inconstante.
 Pienso antes de actuar y controlo mi forma de reaccionar ante una situación, reconozco mis faltas y acepta las consecuencias de mis actos. Sé escuchar, soy cuidadoso en mi forma de hablar, comer, jugar, etc. Mis  comentarios son oportunos, soy dedicado, pongo atención a los detalles y realizo lo que se espera de mí en tiempo y forma.

Pienso antes de actuar y controlo mi forma de reaccionar ante una situación, reconozco mis faltas y acepto las consecuencias de mis actos y busco reparar el daño hecho. Sé escuchar, soy mesurado en lo que hago, cumplo con mis obligaciones y hago más de lo que se supone o espera.

         3. Y practica como la tortuga, meterte en tu caparazón para controlarte, respirando lentamente.
3    4.  Resuelve la siguiente hoja de pensar sobre autocontrol, si te es posible imprímela, o puedes solo anotar en un hoja tus respuesta.
1.     5.Comparte tus resultados de la hoja de pensar con tus compañeros en tu grupo de  Facebook.


JVS-TSLM 5th ACTIVITIES 1 to 5 September- October,2017




JVS  PLANNER
“A mi no me califica el maestro, me evalúa el mundo”
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”
GROUP: 5th

PROJECT: “My world”
I identify who I am, I take responsibility for my actions and contribute to my society.
YEARLY PROJECT: I don´t produce garbage.
                                I Gender peace and well-being(KiVa)
      

September- October 2017
CURRICULAR AREA
Personal Planning
FineArts
Language Arts
Math
Social Studies and Science

SUBAREA
Personal Identity,Emotional Intelligence Kiva
Visual Arts
Written, Oral, Reading
Numbers
Science

Day 1. 
SKILL: self.knowledge

THEME
Kiva, selfknowledge, self-control

 DESIRED OUTCOMES:
Get to know me and respect everyone
Recognize how I feel with different environments.
Identify different natural phenomena  
Identify the things you can do during natural phenomena
Mat operations


ACTIVITIES:
A) KiVa
BEGINNING: 

Look at the pictures:
rain.    http://pin.it/Ll_3FfH                        sun http://pin.it/47jRYYT

   desert.       http://pin.it/BWeiLxe                    snow http://pin.it/ERgwqcI


DEVELOPMENT

Write how do you feel with each picture and why?
Write 5 sentences about your favorite place.
Example: My favorite place is the beach because...



CLOSURE:
Ask 2 friends or family members about their favorite place and how they feel in this place.
Fill the chart with the information.
Name
Place
Feeling
Describe the place using adjectives 



B) Math

BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00

DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
Grade yourself.


DAY 2: 

Reading 
BEGINNING: 

Read the story: 
  The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds https://youtu.be/swn-alwgFVo 

DEVELOPMENT:
Answer the questions:
What happens in your brain when you read?
What happens in your brain while you observe?
How do you feel when you read? 
With which part of the story you identify?
With which part you connect?
Make a comic about the story and draw yourself as one of the character.

CLOSURE: 
Post your comic in Facebook and write a comment about your friends comic.




B) Math
BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
 Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00


DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
Grade yourself.



DAY 3: 
BEGINNING: 

Science
Research 3 movies that talk about a natural phenomena (earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc)
Invent and draw  an “Alebrije” that will represent a save keeper of the natural phenomena.



DEVELOPMENT:
The Alebrije that you made is a reporter make an interview of 10 questions about one of the movies.
Examples: Where does the event take place?
What are the consequences that the natural event cause?
How do the people act during the event?


CLOSURE: 
Post the interview in the Facebook of your group, comment your friends posts.


DESIRED EVIDENCE: Interview

B) Math
BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
 Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00

DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
Grade yourself.

C) Vocabulary 
BEGINNING
Copy these words and look for their meaning in English: 1. gravity, 2. motion, 3. reference point 

DEVELOPMENT 
Copy these words and illustrate them: 4. listen, 5. listened

CLOSURE
Write one sentence with each word.


DAY 4: 

Science
BEGINNING: 
Look for the definition of environment in a dictionary. Write with your words a definition.

DEVELOPMENT:
Identify 3 things that make a good environment.
Look for different pictures use magazines, newspapers or old books, that represent a good environment 
Make a collage with the pictures.

CLOSURE: 
Post in the Facebook of your group the collage with a brief information about how to take care of the environment. 


B) Math

BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
 Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00

DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
3.Grade yourself.

C) Vocabulary 
BEGINNING
Copy these words: 6. walk, 7. walked, 8. shout, 9. shouted, 10. beautiful

DEVELOPMENT 
Illustrate them.

CLOSURE
Write one sentence with each word.

DAY 5: 

Science
BEGINNING: 
What is a natural phenomena? 

DEVELOPMENT:
Make a mind map of natural phenomena put at least 3 different natural phenomena. Example:






                Earthquake is




Write steps of what to do before, during and after an earthquake. 
CLOSURE: 
Post in the Facebook of your group the mind map and your earthquake advices. 

B) Math
BEGINNING
Enter to https://www.thatquiz.org/es/ 
 Length 10, Level 100, Timer 2:00

DEVELOPMENT
Choose Arithmetic  practice 10 operations

CLOSURE:
Grade yourself.


C) Vocabulary 
BEGINNING
Copy these words: 11. funny, 12. ugly, 13. Great! 14. Good! 15. Wow!

DEVELOPMENT 
Illustrate them.

CLOSURE
Write one sentence with each word.