1. Tier Two Vocabulary Instruction: Using Marzano’s Six-Step Process to Advance the Delivery of Vocabulary Instruction

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    Common Core Demonstration Teacher Neil Hicken uses Marzano’s Six Step Process to teach tier two vocabulary to his middle school students as part of his weekly teaching practice.

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    • Maya Day / Ross School Grade 7

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      Ross School seventh grade celebrates the completion of their unit on Maya culture with presentations, games and food inspired by this Mesoamerican civilization. Seventh grade studies the Maya civilization as part of their year-long examination of empire building and universalizing religions from 356 BCE to 800 CE. rossinstitute.org ross.org Ross Institute / Ross School East Hampton, NY

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      • Common Core Starters: Rigorous Daily Activities to Prepare Students for Common Core

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        Common Core Demonstration Teacher Neil Hicken has his students CLOSE reading and annotating text that is at a high complexity level, and answering various leveled DOK text-dependent questions. Additionally, students are answering these questions using textual evidence and at the close of each starter, students present to the class their answer and the reasoning or justification for why this answer was chosen.

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        • Captured!

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          Ms. Crawford's 7th grade class at Winterberry Waldorf School completed this film during a 4 half-day workshop on filmmaking, taught by Travis Madden, President of Eos Media, LLC.

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          • Making The Grade 4-7-14

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            On this episode of Making the Grade, host and Big Rapids Public School Superintendent Tim Haist takes a detailed look at the newly introduced Peer-to-Peer program at Big Rapids Public Schools. Superintendent Haist talks with Principal Lenore Weaver (Big Rapids Middle School), Mrs. Christine Reges (7th grade teacher, Big Rapids Middle School), and student mentor Kaitlyn Ray about the initiative. Peer-to-Peer is a statewide program that originated at Grand Valley State University under the “START” program, which was originally meant to address educational services, programs, and resources for people with autism. From START, Peer to Peer began and has evolved in to an entire curriculum that focuses on enabling those with special needs to get help from their peers. This is especially important, as individuals with special needs tend to respond better when engaging with their peers.

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            • Voice of the Children Explained

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              The seventh graders of MJDS explain what they've been up to and how Voice of the Children works.

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              • Thank You From Our 7th Graders - Entrepreneur Day

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                A thank you from the 7th grade students to our Entrepreneur Day partners.

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                • Mock Trial 2013

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                  Mock Trial provides a chance to work with a realistic, but fictitious, case that students can both relate to and learn from; this year’s topic involves issues of texting while driving and bike safety. To make the simulation all the more interesting and relevant, each mock trial case also includes a constitutional issue. In this case, the 5th Amendment right of due process is highlighted: accused persons cannot be compelled to incriminate themselves. You can learn more about Mock Trial as a Culmination for our 7th graders here » http://www.seattlegirlsschool.org/files/document/89/MockTrial.pdf Music Composed by Rick Dickert.

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                  • 7th Grade Historical Book Talks

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                    Historical fiction and nonfiction book talks given to 7th graders. This film is for a masters project so I edited out the other librarian's talks. Books covered are The War to End All Wars, A Family Secret & The Search, Between Shades of Grey, Left for Dead and Bamboo People.

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                    • Lauryn + Ryan + Cole + Mason

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                      Seventh grade graduation, Surrey Christian School, 2013 June 20

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