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Mallory Burton

Alberta Distance Learning Centre grade 7 - 1 views

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    French 7 consists of 4 Modules divided into 11 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, and 3 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 4 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, La cabane à sucre can be completed in March or April.

    Most school years consist of 200 days. Notice that there are only 110 days of work. The remaining 90 days are to be used to play games and practice what is being taught.
    Module One: School
    Module Two: People Around Me
    Module Three: Weather
    Module Four: Holidays and Celebration
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    French 7 consists of 4 Modules divided into 11 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, and 3 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 4 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, La cabane à sucre can be completed in March or April.

    Most school years consist of 200 days. Notice that there are only 110 days of work. The remaining 90 days are to be used to play games and practice what is being taught.
    Module One: School
    Module Two: People Around Me
    Module Three: Weather
    Module Four: Holidays and Celebration
Mallory Burton

©Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC)- French 5 - 0 views

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    French 5 consists of 5 Modules divided into 13 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 5 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Christmas can be completed in December.

    Module One: My Elementary School
    Module Two: Clothing
    Module Three: My Home
    Module Four: Animals
    Module Five: Holidays and Celebrations
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    French 5 consists of 5 Modules divided into 13 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 5 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Christmas can be completed in December.

    Module One: My Elementary School
    Module Two: Clothing
    Module Three: My Home
    Module Four: Animals
    Module Five: Holidays and Celebrations
Mallory Burton

©Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC)- French 6 - 0 views

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    French 6 consists of 5 Modules divided into 13 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 5 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Remembrance Day can be completed in November.

    Most school years consist of 200 days. Notice that there are only 130 days of work. The remaining 70 days are to be used to play games and practice what is being taught.

    Module One: My Health and Well-Being
    Module Two: My Neighbourhood
    Module Three: Alberta - My Province
    Module Four: The Environment
    Module Five: Holidays and Celebrations
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    French 6 consists of 5 Modules divided into 13 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 5 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Remembrance Day can be completed in November.

    Most school years consist of 200 days. Notice that there are only 130 days of work. The remaining 70 days are to be used to play games and practice what is being taught.

    Module One: My Health and Well-Being
    Module Two: My Neighbourhood
    Module Three: Alberta - My Province
    Module Four: The Environment
    Module Five: Holidays and Celebrations
Mallory Burton

Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC) - French 4 - Welcome - 0 views

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    French 4 consists of 4 Modules divided into 16 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules One, Two, and Three in this order, since the concepts build on each other. However Module Four can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Halloween can be done during the last two weeks of October.

    Note that in Module Four students can choose to do two of the five Sections. Therefore, in order to complete this course, students are expected to do 13 of the 16 Sections.



    Module One: My Classroom
    Module Two: Who Am I?
    Module Three: My Immediate Family
    Module Four: Holidays and Celebrations
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    French 4 consists of 4 Modules divided into 16 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules One, Two, and Three in this order, since the concepts build on each other. However Module Four can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Halloween can be done during the last two weeks of October.

    Note that in Module Four students can choose to do two of the five Sections. Therefore, in order to complete this course, students are expected to do 13 of the 16 Sections.



    Module One: My Classroom
    Module Two: Who Am I?
    Module Three: My Immediate Family
    Module Four: Holidays and Celebrations
Mallory Burton

The Blobz Guide to Electrical Circuit - 0 views

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    Review of online (and downloadable) award-winning interactive tutorial for electrical circuits from Teachers Love SMARTBoards.
Mallory Burton

Fodey Newspaper Clipping Generator - 1 views

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    Fun way to create news stories that look like the real thing. Can be downloaded.
Mallory Burton

Typing French symbols in Windows 7 - 2 views

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    I made two new handouts on how to type the French special symbols on a Win7 laptop. One method uses the regular keyboard and the other involves installing the French keyboard as an option and using the onscreen keyboard to type the French symbols as needed.
Mallory Burton

Fix for SMARTBoard flash not working - 0 views

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    Involves uninstalling newest version of Adobe and installing an earlier version.
Mallory Burton

Bitstrips for Schools - 1 views

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    Web-based program for developing comic strips. What I love is all the practical activities posted for using this digital story-telling tool.
Mallory Burton

How to use your iPad as a Document Camera - 1 views

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    This is a pretty cool hack. Just mirror your iPad to your SMARTBoard and then turn on the iPad camera. Voila, instant document camera with a lot more features than a regular document camera. Watch the video for a great science idea.
Mallory Burton

Graphic Organizer Templates from Alberta - 0 views

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    Set of free graphic organizer templates...very creative looking but "freeform" so you can adapt them to your own uses.
Mallory Burton

UDL Theory and Practice - 0 views

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    New online book by CAST on UDL. Requires creating an account to log in.
Mallory Burton

Voice Dream App - 0 views

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    This is a great reading app. It can import text in many formats ( great with Dropbox) and even read PPT and Keynote presentations. You can change the size of text. Hold on a word to see its definition (doesn't read the definition). Hold on a word then select text to create highlights, bookmarks, and notes. These appear in a separate list which, when accessed, takes you back to the original spot in the text and begins reading from that point. Great voices. This is one of the better reading apps I've found...just wish the definitions would read and the highlighted text would actually highlight instead of ending up in a different location. $9.99
Mallory Burton

Graphite Portal - 0 views

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    At this ISTE sponsored site, teachers upload reviews of apps they are finding useful.
Mallory Burton

Free visual schedule app - 0 views

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    Free app from CanAssist lets you add photos, video, and voice to create reminders and/or schedules, lists.
Mallory Burton

The Myth of Average - 0 views

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    Fantastic video by Tod Rose at Harvard describing how designing for average designs for no one. Uses an example from the Air Force and applies it to education.
Mallory Burton

Choice Maker self-directed IEP materials - 0 views

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    The Choice Maker Kit was used very successfully in the Innovations Grant Project in Prince Rupert.
Mallory Burton

Educational Apps by theme - 0 views

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    5 free views a month; app lists already created and reviewed
Mallory Burton

Appitic Tool for creating App Lists - 0 views

shared by Mallory Burton on 16 Sep 13 - No Cached
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    Tool for creating, managing and sharing app lists on particular themes.
Mallory Burton

Tech4Learning Science Kit - 0 views

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    This kit with ideas for tech projects to support science themes is being offered free...just enter your name and email for the link...probably involves spam later but the resource looks good.
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