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Friday, December 07, 2018

Mrs. Godwin’s Math Class

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The 7th graders enjoyed playing Tic Tac Toe in Mrs. Godwin’s Math class while expanding their knowledge of percents and proportions. To further their understanding of percents, each student was given a tic tac toe board with percent word problems in each box. Students had to read and work the problems discovering the information that they know versus need to know. After showing their work, students were able to have their work checked with immediate feedback on any mistakes that they may...

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“Thanksgiving Addition”

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Ms. Wright’s 2nd grade class at Webster County Elementary School is working on addition. The students completed an addition turkey doubles sheet. The students had a blast decorating and putting their turkey together. Pictured shown is Ms. Wright class holding their turkeys.

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NEIL ARMSTRONG

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The Webster County fourth grade students, in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s reading class, read Who Is Neil Armstrong by Roberta Edwards.  After reading the book, the students took an AR test.  Then the students used a graphic organizer to brainstorm ideas about Neil Armstrong.  Next the students had to use the ideas to write an informational paper.  The students exchanged papers to peer edit.   After going to the computer lab to type the final draft, the students...

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Place Value Fun at Webster County

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Mrs. Deidre Sterling’s, First Grade students Zoey Bennett and Saveajah Wright enjoy place value math centers.  Students count the value on each card and use a clothespin to mark the correct answer.     

PERSONIFICATION

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The Webster County third grade students, in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s reading class, work on personification.  The lesson begins with the teacher explaining personification to the class.  Then the students had to look around the room and pick out non-human objects.  After picking out non-human objects, the students had to give human qualities to the non-human objects.  Next, the teacher reads The Gingerbread Boy by Harriet Ziefert to the class.  While the teacher...

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