EASE Integration Ideas
Setting up a Freezedance Integration
Larger Classroom Option:
One card per student of each type of card
**Variation – this can be done in chairs with the card taped to the back of the chairs**
Smaller Classroom Option:
Students make masking tape boxes on the floor for the three (or more) types of curriculum cards:
Students are prompted to go to the box you prompt them to when the music stops:
Tell students when the music stops, to go to any box. Then do a simple counting exercise: “how many people are in each box”
Subtraction or Addition:
“If we take two students out of this box, how many do we have now?”
- What steps would you need to take with your class to make sure they were ready for adding curriculum to Freezedance?
- How would you know if they were needing some curricular or Freezedance remediation?
- What strategies would you use to help your entire class if some of them were understanding how to play the game and were ready for curriculum, but others weren’t?
- Lectures 16
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 14
- Certificate No
- Assessments Self
GO & STOP Integration Ideas
- Lecture 2.1 What does a GO & STOP Integration look like?
Pass the Object Integration Ideas
- Lecture 4.1 Different ways of setting up a Floor Maps Integration
- Lecture 4.2 What does a Floor Maps Integration look like?
Masking Tape Murals
- Lecture 5.1 Setting up a Masking Tape Murals Integration
- Lecture 5.2 What does a Masking Tape Murals Integration look like?
Integration Ideas Lesson Plan Template
- Lecture 8.1 Planning a Curricular Integration with EASE