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Exhibition Presentation For Parents As Partners

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  • 1. Things may be a little different here.
  • 2.
    • Fun and interesting for your
    • child
    • IT IS THEIR PROJECT! MAKE THEM DO THE WORK!
    • Requirement, not an option
    • Give facts , not opinions!
    • 10-15 minutes
  • 3.
    • Students are given due dates for milestones ahead of time.
  • 4.
    • Milestones help kids get ready.
    • Milestone #1 is always a form for resources
    • Milestone #2 is notes to answer the driving question
    • Milestone #3 is visual aids for all parts of the exhibition (including agendas)
  • 5.
    • Academic items
    • Keep it when you get it! Don’t lose it. If it is lost, kids will have to copy by hand.
    • What is the checklist ?
    • 15 minutes total for all parts of this
  • 6.
    • Sign up with the intention to go that day at that time  No RESCHEDULING!
    • Go first instead of last.
  • 7.
    • Look everything over!
    • Child’s assignment, not yours!
  • 8.
    • Practice before you come in
    • Child should have note cards
    • Rehearse child to talk and reference note cards, not read from them (or boards).
    • Expect the unexpected questions
    • Help practice voice changes
      • They should sound interested in what they’re talking about.
  • 9.
    • Be on time
    • Send the work with them to school that day, regardless of time scheduled
    • Have agendas
    • Talk about what they have learned about the driving question (15 min.)
    • Address ALL items on checklist
    • Let the child talk & get stuck, if necessary.
  • 10.
    • Do you have any?
    • If so, email or call your child’s teacher:
      • Mrs. Hatt [email_address]
      • Ms. Prawdzik [email_address]
      • Mr. Curran [email_address]
      • Ms. Sangeorzan [email_address]
      • Mr. Wetherbee [email_address]
      • Mrs. Martin [email_address]
      • Ms. Embry [email_address]
      • Ms. Barnes [email_address]

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