Imagine yourself as a teacher. What type of student would you like to teach and why? Include as many details as you can.
Write a detailed description of your work at Sunny Skies. How has your performance on the job changed (hopefully improved) over the past year. What career goals do you have for next year and beyond?
On rainy days, our plans often change and we have to find other things to do. Think about what you do for fun on rainy days. Then, write your idea of how to have fun on a rainy day.
Think about the community in which you live. Think about what you could do to make it a better place. Write a letter to the mayor describing how solving this problem would make your community a better place. Tell what you would do. Give reasons why you think your plan would work.
Think of something important you’ve learned about human relationships, and write an article describing what you learned, how you learned it, and how it could benefit others.
According to the DOE curriculum for preschools, this month’s unit theme is babies. By the end of the unit, children should understand that human babies need special food and care; animal babies need special food and care; there are similarities and differences in the ways babies are cared for; and all babies grow.
What are some activities you can do to support this learning? How can we help small children learn about babies?
Ms. Brody is an ISS teacher at Clara Barton High School in Brooklyn, NY.