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  1. page Task 4 Unit Rationale edited ... 8. How can the understanding of muscle systems contribute to more effective muscle building? …
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    8. How can the understanding of muscle systems contribute to more effective muscle building?
    Unit Rationale
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    Algebra class. In addition, students will learn about the difficulties amputees face in light of these exercises we are learning. They will learn how to critically think about the material in order to create modifications to best suit people with different amputees. At the
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    present a portfoliobrochure that ties
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    have learned. They will be able to present this brochure to people of the community and help educate others on the importance of proper exercise, how fitness improves help, as well as create awareness of those with physical disabilities.
    "Exercise and recreation are as necessary as reading, I would say rather more necessary, because health is more important than learning."
    -Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the United States
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  2. page Task 6 Unit Objectives Standards & Assessments edited ... The brochure resembles some artistic thought. The brochure is legible but lacks in visual appe…
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    The brochure resembles some artistic thought. The brochure is legible but lacks in visual appeal.
    The brochure is either not legible or has no visual appeal
    The attachment below is an introduction paper to the final project for students, this is to be handed out along with the rubric to give students an idea of expectations.
    {Brochure Project.docx}

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  3. page Task 3 Context Information edited ... Elena is a 15 year-old 10th grader and is an Early Intermediate English Language Learner. She …
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    Elena is a 15 year-old 10th grader and is an Early Intermediate English Language Learner. She is from Mexico and both of her parents are professionals. Her extended family includes aunts, uncles, and cousins. Her grandparents live in Mexico and she and her family visit them in the summer. She has been in the Unites State for one and a half years. She is literate in Spanish and often reads Spanish literature. Her report cards from her school in Mexico indicate above average grades. Elena is somewhat shy socially but is well liked and works well in small groups. She is seldom absent from school. The CELDT results indicate overall score in the Early Intermediate range, and she has been identified as an English learner.
    Alex is a 15-year-old boy in the 10th grade. He had difficulty with the development of his early literacy skills, including the acquisition of sound/symbol relationships and word identification, demonstrated in both his reading and writing. In the second grade, Alex was identified as a student with specific learning disabilities. Since then, Alex has received special education support primarily in a resource room for language arts, while he is included in the general education curriculum. He is able to independently read text at a 7th grade level and continues to struggle with decoding words. Alex also has asthma for which he takes daily medication and occasionally needs to use an inhaler. He is a self-isolating person who does not readily join into whole-class conversations or contribute to group l\
    JonnyisJonny is a very
    Samuel is a 9th grade average student, who obtains mostly B’s in class with a few C’s. He is normally very sociable in most academic classes, but becomes quieter during physical education class. Samuel is a student that needs special attention for this unit in the fact that he is heavy overweight, approaching obesity. He struggles to complete simple tasks in Physical Education and it is apparent that this affects his self esteem. Samuel is at a normal social development, but often looks bored or disconnected from material. He will respond when ask to complete work, but performs better with extrinsic motivation. In a student survey passed out at the beginning of the clinical practice, Samuel responded he feels he learns best from auditory and visual presentation on information. Samuel is Caucasian male with a middle class SES, and split residence in Encinitas with divorced parents. Parents have 50/50 custody over Samuel and take time to make sure he is completing his work on time. He enjoys spending his time on the computer and video games.
    Photographs of the campus
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    http://www.biologycorner.com/anatomy/chap8.html
    http://nhscience.lonestar.edu/biol/ap1int.htm

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  5. page Task 13 Unit Differentiation Strategies Adolfo edited ... Strategies for Aldolfo: Adolfo: A) Name: Adolfo B) Level/Label Intermediate English La…

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    Strategies for Aldolfo:Adolfo:
    A) Name: Adolfo
    B) Level/Label Intermediate English Language Learner
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  6. page Task 12 Student Descriptions edited Student Descriptions Whole Class Information There are 32 students in the entire class. The c…

    Student Descriptions
    Whole Class Information
    There are 32 students in the entire class. The class contains students from all socioeconomic classes, but the average socioeconomic status of the class is upper middle class. The majority of the class is Caucasian, but there are also 6 Latinos, 4 Asians and 1 Native American. Two students have IEPs and one student has a 504 because he has a heart condition that causes him to frequently be absent. The students in this class are very social and they enjoy group work. It is important to keep students on task while they are working with their seatmates, as they tend to be very chatty. Some of the students take the initiative to come to after-school tutoring when they are not understanding the material, the majority of the class however does not. Finally, it is important to note most students do not do any additional studying at home besides finishing their assigned homework. There are many vibrant personalities in this class, which makes teaching challenging and exciting.
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  7. page Task 12 Student Descriptions edited Task 12 Student Descriptions Whole Class Information

    Task 12
    Student Descriptions
    Whole Class Information
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  8. page Task 12 Student Descriptions edited ... Whole Class Information There are 32 students in the entire class. The class contains student…
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    Whole Class Information
    There are 32 students in the entire class. The class contains students from all socioeconomic classes, but the average socioeconomic status of the class is upper middle class. The majority of the class is Caucasian, but there are also 6 Latinos, 4 Asians and 1 Native American. Two students have IEPs and one student has a 504 because he has a heart condition that causes him to frequently be absent. The students in this class are very social and they enjoy group work. It is important to keep students on task while they are working with their seatmates, as they tend to be very chatty. Some of the students take the initiative to come to after-school tutoring when they are not understanding the material, the majority of the class however does not. Finally, it is important to note most students do not do any additional studying at home besides finishing their assigned homework. There are many vibrant personalities in this class, which makes teaching challenging and exciting.
    Individual Students:Students
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    Language Learner)
    Adolfo
    Adolfo Lopez is
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    Language Learner)
    Elena
    Elena Martinez is
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    (Special Education)
    Alex
    Alex Johnson is
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    Education Plan)
    Jonny
    Jonny Fitsburg is
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    (Heavily Overweight)
    Samuel
    Samuel Doe is
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    video games.

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