The most important aspect of any lesson plan for junior high students on the subject of Thanksgiving must be separating facts from myths. Television, for one, continually presents myths about Thanksgiving At this point of their lives these children are old enough to be taught how to separate the facts from fiction even when those facts place our country in a somewhat negative light or when those facts are otherwise unattractive. By utilizing a lesson plan where the children are taught about separating fact from fiction in the context of Thanksgiving, they can be taught some critical thinking skills on how to separate fact from fiction in different aspects of life today.
You may say: “But I always do that and I make due.” Or “I don’t need to plan, because I can figure it out as I go.” You may also say that you have not yet reached your goal. If you are talking about an ongoing task, you will realize that the task is much more difficult than it would be if you had a plan.
The repetitive nature of good practice is imperative to not only sound good but to memorize. Not only does your brain memorize, but more importantly your fingers memorize. You start to get the feel for positioning, you remember the progressions and start to anticipate where your fingers need to go before you go there.
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Many teachers share ideas and methods with each other. Sometimes a particular teacher will find a way that works best for a particular student. So they share it with other members on the staff. There is always a continuous share of ideas among teachers. When a teacher leaves the classroom for the day, their work doesn’t stop with a time clock. They go home and run various ideas through their heads. They are always preparing for the next day.
Noodle Art is a very popular preschool activity. Children can decorate these on card stock or construction paper. It makes for a great decoration to add on the fridge at home. Read ‘Make Pasta Art with Your Kids” and “Making Your Own Colored Pasta” for tips and advice.
Start your piano lessons with good piano habits, and these habits will stay with you for the rest of your lessons. Take the time to establish a schedule, and follow your lesson plan exactly as it is laid out. You will get the best results this way, and will be playing the piano much faster, and you will love your lessons even more.