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Short Vowel Compilation: Updated!

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This lesson for first graders is a compilation of each of the short vowel lessons: Be a Fan of Short "a", Short "e" is Best, You Can Win with Short "i", Be on Top with Short "o", and Short "u" is Fun. They are compiled here for your easy downloading if you prefer to have each lesson together as one.

Included in the attachment tab is the Mimio Vote assessment questions that are pulled out of each lesson above and included as one assessment. Also included as an attachment is the lesson "Short Vowel Frenzy" which is a separate short vowel review, including several short vowel video links.

Note that I have kept the previous compilation available if you preferred that version, but each of the short vowels have been updated separately.

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teepeesmommy Posted by: teepeesmommy Mimio Moderators Mimio Site Manager Mimio Certified Trainer

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Super!

Great job on your lessons and activity creations. You know your kids and age appropriate activities, as teachers do. Mimio is truly a wonderful tool and you are doing a nice job putting Mimio to work for you and your kids! :)

  • Posted:
    Apr. 18, 2011
williams406
Posted by
Lisa Williams
Downloads: 1039

Thank you, Mimio!

Thank you, Mimio for the feedback and suggestions. I often do not use the easy to difficult and few to many strategy in lesson creation because I find it more time consuming than necessary in teaching a lesson. First graders, whom my lessons are most geared for, lose interest in a concept quickly and don't often want to spend too long on one type of activity. For that reason, most of my lessons have one page for each activity, although a lesson may be 4-5 pages long. The concept gets taught on different pages in different ways in order to keep interest, rather than the same activity from easy to difficult or few to many.
Hopefully that clarifies for other users as to my intent for leaving that strategy out of my lessons intentionally!

  • Posted:
    Jan. 10, 2011
teepeesmommy
Posted by
Claire Pavia
Downloads: 1076

another incredible lesson!

Claire,
I just want to thank you for so many outstanding lessons that you have contributed to the Mimio community. I am excited whenever I see that you have posted a new lesson. When I look to compose a lesson, I often use your lessons as a model for myself! Congratulations on being a finalist!

  • Posted:
    Jan. 10, 2011
nbonewitz
Posted by
Nancy Bonewitz
Downloads: 1140

Thanks-

Thank you for your feedback. It is helpful to know that users appreciate the efforts that go into creating a lesson and knowing it can be used outside my classroom enables me to do more!

  • Posted:
    Jan. 10, 2011
teepeesmommy
Posted by
Claire Pavia
Downloads: 1076

FETC2011Contest FINALIST!

Claire, CONGRATULATIONS on winning as a Finalist with this superb entry. For sheer consistency of meeting the quality criteria across lessons you did an amazing job! You had well written objectives and fun activities in them all. Keep at it! To get even better, make sure all of your objectives are as good as those in this lessons and progress in difficulty across that objective across multiple screens. Below is the grading criteria we used for each of the contest entries, so that all can see where this lesson excels.
  • Focused on Student interactivity: Yes
  • Student focused objectives: Yes
  • Observable objectives: Yes
  • Measurable objectives: Yes
  • Assessment appropriate to objective: Yes
  • Many opportunities to practice skills: Yes
  • Screen uncluttered: Yes
  • Animation used with purpose: N/A
  • Easy to difficult: No
  • Few to many: No
  • Irrelevant cues: No
  • Student interactivity: Moderate to high

Thank you for this wonderful submission!

  • Posted:
    Jan. 10, 2011
MimioProfessor
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MimioProfessor
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