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The Pali Text Society's Pali-English Dictionary FOREWORD It is somewhat hard to realize, seeing how important and valuable the work has been, that when ROBERT CAESAR CHILDERS published, in 1872, the first volume of his Pali Dictionary, he only had at his command a few pages of the canonical Pali books. Since then, owing mainly to the persistent labours of the Pali Text Society, practically the whole of these books, amounting to between ten and twelve thousand pages, have been made available to scholars.
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Technology Education
CHAPTER 5
Lesson Plan
Course: Principlesof TechnologySession: 1Unit:7 Lesson Title:of Transportation Modes Objectives:1. Givenclassroom lecture on the modes of transportation, students will correctly identify the modes of transportation with 80% accuracy. 2. Givenclassroom lecture and handouts on the modes of transportation, students will work in groups to classify vehicles correctly into the modes of transportation with 80% accuracy. 3. Givenclassroom lecture on Intermodal transportation, students will be able to describe Intermodal transportation with 100% accuracy. References:Schwaller, E. Anthony (1989).Transportation Energy and Power TechnologyAlbany, New York: Delmar Publishers INC. Unknown (1993) Indiana Technology Education Curriculum Technology, A course for middle school and junior high school students Johnson, Hunter, Klasey (1993) Exploring Transportation The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc.
Equipment for the:Materials for the:
Teacher Activity:
Overhead / Screen Chalk Board
Student’s Activity:Pencil
Kelly Neal & Mark St. Clair
Handouts Transparencies Model vehicle Design Brief
Modes of transportation handout Design Brief 2/18/2005
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Technology EducationCHAPTER 5Lesson Plan Element TeacherActions Introduction AnticipatorySet:ome how you got to school today? Tell o Whatmode of transportation did you use? o How would you define the term transportation? Objective: o Learn about the different modes of transportation o Learn about Intermodal transportation Purpose: o To gain an understanding of the modes of transportation as well as the relationship between different modes or transportation. Presentation/ Management: Inputprojector prepared for presentation Have screen pulled down Have  Havea piece of paper to cover up transparencies transparencies for projection Have  Puthandouts at every seat Design Brief ready to hand out Have Content: A. Introduction 1. Mr. Neal 2. Mr. St.Clair B. Whatis Transportation 1. Transportation a. Transparency (What is Technology) b. Definition i. Tomove products or people from one place to another. (Johnson) c. Includes: i. Energy ii. Power C. Modesof Transportation 1. 4 modes of Transportation a. Transparency (Modes of Transportation) b. Includes i. Air ii. Land iii. Space iv. Water Kelly Neal & Mark St. Clair2/18/200549
Technology EducationCHAPTER 5Lesson Plan  D.Intermodal Transportation 1. Definition a. When using several modes of transport to relocate the same cargo of the same people. (Johnson) 2. Cargo a. Containerization i. Definition:A method of handling goods by packing many smaller packages in a larger container. (Johnson) 3. Passengers a. Vacations b. Business Model: o Show pictures of assorted vehicles o Demonstrate the model of airboat Monitor and Adjust – Ask students to: o List the modes of transportation. o Define energy. o Please describe Intermodal transportation. o Please explain the differences between rough and final sketches. Retention GuidedPractice: o Students will work in groups on the Modes of Transportation handout. o Briefly go over the Design Brief o Students will discuss and answer questions on the differences between rough and final sketches. o The students will work on worksheet in class. Closure: Ask Students to: o Explain how the final sketch is different from a rough sketch. o Give an example of Intermodal transportation used during a vacation trip? Independent Practice: o The students will read over the Design Brief outside of class.
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2/18/2005
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