One Exercise That Can Be Utilized for Learning English Involving Math, Science and Social Studies

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Name and describe one exercise that can be utilized for learning English involving Math, Science and Social Studies separately. One exercise that can be utilized for learning English involving Math can be simple addition. In the classroom, gather pencils and the children can sit together like circle and pick their own pencils. Each child needs to collect 5 pencils and play the following games. Each child has 5 pencils and give another child a pencil by saying, “ I have five pencils. I want to give you one of my pencil to Mary. Now I have four pencils.” Mary will say, “Now I have six pencils.” Next, two children will say, “We each have five pencils. Five plus five equals ten pencils. We have ten pencils”. One exercise that can be utilized for learning English involving Science can be earth’s water sources. The age group of students could be 7 to 8 years old. Before we start that lesson, prepare a mixture of salt water in a pitcher for use with cup A. Cup B will receive plain water from a second pitcher. Have the students sit by the teachers’ chair. Ask: Can you drink ocean water as you can fresh water? Why or why not? As the students give their responses, write them on the chart paper. Inform the students that they will discover the differences between ocean water and fresh water in the following experiment. Tell students that they will each work with a partner. Each set of partners will have two cups, one marked A and the other B. Show them two marked cups to illustrate. Show the students that both will be filled halfway with water. Show the students a cotton swab. Demonstrate how to dip one end into cup A and gently roll it on the tongue. Tell them to make sure they change ends and dip the unused end into cup B and roll it on their tongues. When that experiment completed, have the students reassemble to discuss what they learned. Ask: Was the water in cup A different than the water in cup B? How do you know? Which cup of water...
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