1. And the Beat Goes On

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    • Ezekiel 21-22 | Danny Hodges

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      The Mystery of Intercession Ezekiel 21-22 Danny Hodges | May 16, 2012 Tape Number: OT2426

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      • The law of sin vs the law of the Spirit

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        • Learning English through Rap

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          designed and facilitated by me for the world. Hopefully this will help you engage with 13-18 year olds within the english classroom. There is also a full PDF including other workshop ideas, lyrics and more. Just email me at leano55@hotmail.com follow me at @theleano watch the music at www.youtube.com/theleano find me, message me or book me at www.arji.org

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          • Born Sinners Teachings Examined

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            Are babies born sinners? What does the Bible have to say on this important question? acts321.org

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            • Multiplying Large Numbers with Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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              This video shows how to easily represent multiplication of numbers in the teens visually. Most children (and adults!) have no understanding of what they are actually doing when they perform the multiplication algorithm. After watching this video and trying it a few times on your own, you should begin to understand what it's really all about and may even begin to multiply big numbers in your head! Cuisenaire Rods are an effective tool in developing a conceptual understanding of mathematical topics in children and adults. Our minds remember pictures and color much better than symbols. This is the perfect way to introduce long multiplication. Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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              • Teaching Division with Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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                A quick video about how to teach division using Cuisenaire rods. Division is no problem at all if children are used to doing multiplication with the rods because the "picture" is exactly the same. In this video I only talk about the interpretation of division being a whole amount divided into groups of a certain amount. You can also teach the other meaning of division - a whole being divided into a certain number of groups. For that, you would ask the child something like (for 24÷3) "Which rod will go evenly into 24 three times?" and the child would find that he can fit the 8-rod under 24 three times. Cuisenaire rods are a wonderful manipulative, useful for everything from addition all the way to fraction/decimals/percents and even beyond (with a few cosmetic changes to the rods). Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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                • The "Fact Families" Failure - Math Video

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                  A quick video explaining why "fact families" are an inefficient and confusing way to help children memorize and understand addition and subtraction facts. Number bonds, or the whole/parts method, is much more understandable and easy to remember. I remember feeling overwhelmed in elementary school by fact families. It seemed like so much to remember! I was seeing them as lots of separate pieces of information. Number bonds would have made it so much easier! Symbols are very abstract and can be confusing to children. Pictures are much more easily stored in our minds. Take advantage of this knowledge by using Cuisenaire Rods to help teach addition and subtraction. Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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                  • How to Teach Multiplication Using Cuisenaire Rods - Math Video

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                    I was first introduced to Cuisenaire rods and the ideas in this video (and others) through the Miquon math curriculum. The use of the word "of" for multiplication rocked our math world here in this house! It also comes in handy when teaching fractions (think: 1/2 OF 1/3 when reading 1/2 x 1/3). Cuisenaire rods provide a visual and tactile way for children to learn and REMEMBER how multiplication works. If they forget a math fact, they will be able to work out the answer through distribution strategies that are naturally understood when working with these math blocks. The multiplication table SHOULD NOT be the way children are introduced to multiplication. Symbols, tables, charts, etc. should always be the last thing introduced after plenty of work with manipulatives. When children struggle in math, it is usually because they do not have a visual framework of what it all means. This method ensures that that won't happen. Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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                    • "What's in the Box?" With Cuisenaire Rods - Part 2 - Math Video

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                      More ways to play "What's in the Box?" Missing addends, subtraction, lots of fun stuff here! Be sure to watch my videos "Teaching Addition and Subtraction with Cuisenaire Rods" and "The Three Meanings of Subtraction" to get the full picture of what is happening here. It is very important to understand the concept of whole/parts (or number bonds) in order to decode word problems. This is where you start. Please see www.educationunboxed.com for more videos!

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