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2 begin. [Students may choose various methods to share facts drawing pictures, a poem, a cheer, a finger play, or simply showing their card and reading the fact to others. Students like to talk and students like to move - this activity incorporates both.] 5. [Walk among the group to observe methods being used. Make sure you have overhead projector with blank transparency and overhead marker ready during this time.] 6. When it is obvious that it is time to stop, have everyone return to his or her seats. 7. Now it is time for your evaluation - this will be a group evaluation. Place the card with the fact you were teaching in a pile in the center of the table. [The teacher should pick up the cards.] Also, any notes you may have taken during the exercise should be turned face down. 8. I want you to think of a fact someone else taught you - raise your hand when you have done so. I will call on you to share the fact. [As students share facts they remember, be sure to write the facts on the transparency so the visual learners can see them in print. Also, as facts are shared, ask the student who taught that fact to stand and take a bow.] 9. [After all facts have been shared, or until no one is able to remember another fact, have all the students who shared a fact stand and take a bow. Recognize them as good learners.] 10. Review all facts and ask if any of the facts surprised the students. This activity is very effective as an introduction to a farm unit.

3 Each One, Teach One Fact Cards Blue jeans are made from cotton Apples are grown in North Carolina.

4 Ketchup is made from tomatoes Dirt is important to farmers.

5 Farmers raise animals.

6 Farmers use computers Farmers need equipment.

7 Farmers store things in barns Cows make milk.

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