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Agendas: Getting Organized and Staying on Task 



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    Why Use Agendas? 

    Agendas set the pace and expectations of the lesson.  They keep time managed, keep student on task, organized, and focused.  They are the road map to your lesson's destination.   

    How do agendas keeps students on task and organized? 

    1. Keeps a list ready to reference and set the tone of the lesson. 
    2. Provide a road map to the daily objectives. 
    3. Ensure everyone knows what is expected, when it is expected, and how they are going to meet the expectation.  

    How do I use these agendas for more than just a overview at the beginning of the lesson? 

    • Have students save a copy and check off what they have completed. 
    • Have students reflect and review the agenda at the end of the lesson and explain the objective as a ticket out. 
    • Have students create a visual timeline of events. 
    • Excellent for students who are absent or virtual for a daily lesson.  

    Elements included in my lesson planning agendas

      • Interactive PowerPoint Agendas
      • Google Slide link for interaction agendas

      Perfect for: 

      • Google classroom organization
      • New Teachers
      • Lesson Plansing
      • Student Organization



      Timelines and Sequencing for Secondary Students

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      What are Sequencing Activities? 

      Sequencing activities require students to organize information learning into a time sequence and analyze patterns of historical events.  If students can master the art of sequencing they can better understand cause and effect patterns and relationships between events.  

      Why should I plan for students to complete activities that have them sequence events? 

      1. Standards-Based Teaching: Sequencing is a Power Standard that crosses all grade levels and content areas. 
      2. Bloom's Taxonomy Level:  Builds knowledge by sequencing and then going into the category of analysis by explaining a key event from the timeline.  
      3. DOK Level: Collect and Display events in sequential order falls under DOK Level 2, and Investigating an events falls under DOK Level 3.  

      How do I have the students to go to a deeper level of understanding after sequencing activities? 

      • Have students analyze the cause and effects of several events they just sequenced. 
      • Have students create a visual timeline of events. 
      • Have students research key events from the timeline and write essays on the historical significance then and now.  

      Elements included in my sequencing lessons:  

        • Print and digital option (Google Classroom and Microsoft Compatible) 
        • Timeline Cards with images to put in order
        • Timeline Template Sheets
        • Informative Writing Prompt
        • Step-by-step instructions for writing a clear, accurate, and concise informative essay
        • Writing Rubric
        Timelines, Sequencing, Google Classroom, Learned Lessons


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        Google Classroom Checklist for New Teacher to Ensure it is Organized for Parents and Students

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