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In this lesson, high school students look critically at the literary work "The Pit and the Pendulum" by Edgar Allan Poe and its 1961 film interpretation. They use prediction strategies to form and refine their opinions about the story line progression in each work. They read the short story, screen the film, discuss reactions to both works, and plan and write a persuasive essay analyzing the validity of the film interpretation. This lesson is ideally suited for students who have experience with persuasive writing, and it can be adapted to work with any literature-film pairing.

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English Language Arts
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International Literacy Association/National Counil Teacher of English
06/16/2015
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Students rewrite quadratic expressions given in standard form,  +  +  (with  Ã¢â€°Â  1), as equivalent expressions in completed square form,  -  + .  They build quadratic expressions in basic business application contexts and rewrite them in equivalent forms.

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Mathematics
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NYSED
03/08/2017
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Big Idea: 3-digit numbers can contain a Ã¢â‚¬Å“hundred," which is equal to 10 groups of 10.
This lesson builds on previous lessons' work with two-digit numbers. The task asks students to model the three-digit number shown in the question according to guidelines, i.e. with only hundreds and tens. This approach gives students support in building three-digit numbers; the base ten blocks give students a jumping-off point for their thinking. For instance, they can immediately think about how they could show 21 in only ones instead of tens and ones.
Special Materials: Base Ten Blocks

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Mathematics
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Learnzillion
03/08/2017
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This resource is a summative assessment that can be used after a recorder unit where students learn basic note/rest values in 4/4 time, such as whole, half, and quarter notes and rests.  Students are asked to review the basics of 4/4 time, such as how many beats may fit into a measure and how many beats notes/rests may receive.  Students are asked to review all of the pitches that they've learned on the recorder so far and then fill out a chart stating how many whole, half, or quarter notes/rests may fit into a measure of 4/4 time.  Next, students will create an 8 measure recorder composition using all of the pitches they've learned on the recorder so far and whole, half, and quarter notes and rests.  Students will walk away from this assignment with a better understanding of how many whole, half, and quarter notes/rests fit into one measure of 4/4 time, using the pitches they've learned on the recorder, therefore reinforcing those concepts as well.

Subject:
Fine Arts
Performing and Visual Arts
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Simulation
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Bri Knox
Author:
Bri Knox
03/28/2018
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This research article provides the details of a current immunotherapy study performed by scientists at MIT. Immunotherapy is a relatively new and very promising cancer treatment that is now a focus of many cancer research labs. The article discusses what immunotherapy is, how T cell activation works, and how the treatment has eliminated some tumors in mice. As an interactive activity, students can practice making annotations in the margins of the article to check for understanding. Overall, students who read and dissect this article are learning how to comprehend complex biomedical research studies. As a supplemental activity, teachers can distribute the worksheet quiz posted in WISELearn. This set of questions (true/false, fill in the blank, multiple choice, short answer) assesses the students' comprehension levels of the current MIT immunotherapy research. An answer key is provided. The skills learned from investigating this article can hopefully be used to investigate other current biomedical research for human diseases and disorders.

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Career and Technical Education
Health Science
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Caroline McCance
07/20/2022
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This lesson would be a great tool to use for a online literacy course and even a business law. Cyberbullying and the Law reviews hypothetical scenarios with online bullying as well as goes over every Province and Territories law regarding bullying. Even though this lesson is developed for Canadian laws, it can easily be translated to fit into the United States laws.

Subject:
Career and Technical Education
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MediaSmarts
11/18/2016
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The COVID-19 pandemic shaped 2020 into a year characterized by public health and economic crises in the United States, destabilizing millions of families. One of the most striking and consistent indicators of ongoing hardship is an elevated level of food insecurity in American households. Food insecurity sits at the intersection of the economy and health; it is measure that a household lacks sufficient resources to provide adequate nutrition to its members.

In this brief activity, which could also be used as an assessment, students will analyze an infographic on the distribution of household income loss and very low food security among children by 2019 income levels.

To extend learning, the activity is linked to a blog post "Hungry at Thanksgiving: A Fall 2020 update on food insecurity in the U.S" by Lauren Bauer, Associate Director of The Hamilton Project.

Subject:
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Career and Technical Education
Economics
Family and Consumer Sciences
Health Science
Life Science
Nutrition Education
Social Studies
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Activity/Lab
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Next Gen Personal Finance
06/27/2022
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Democracy in America is a unique 15-part course for high school teachers to provide a deeper understanding of the principles and workings of American democracy. By combining compelling video stories of individuals interacting with American government, theoretical discussions of the meaning of democracy, and problem-solving, hands-on exercises, the course gives life to the workings of American democracy.

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Social Studies
U.S. History
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Full Course
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The Annenberg Learner
06/05/2023
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Students learn about the ancient carbon scyle and learn what the role of dionsaurs was and then extent their knowledge to the concepts of global warming and how scientists are applying the carbon cycle to reduce harful CO2 emissions.

Subject:
Chemistry
Earth and Space Science
Geology
Physical Science
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Activity/Lab
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Teach Engineering Curriculum for K-12 Teachers
06/16/2015
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This LearnZillion video models how to select significant and relevant evidence by selecting examples from a written text. The video reviews the writing process and provides an example thesis based on "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" and the development of concurrent themes. The process of choosing pieces of texual evidence that best support the thesis will be modeled.

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English Language Arts
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Simulation
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Learnzillion
11/03/2015
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ESGI is a huge time saver for assessment!  The website has over 200 pre-built assessment for all early learning benchmarks. Save time and trees- go digital!  The company offers a 60 day free trial. No committment to get started.

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English Language Arts
Mathematics
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12/01/2016
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This free resource is a great resource for students to practice music theory and ear training exercises. The exercises include: For Ear Training Intervals, Notes, Chords, Scales, Melodies (Rhythmic Dictation), and Jazz (Key Ear Training). For Music Theory: Intervals, Reading, Key Signatures, Scales, Chords, Harmonic Funtions, Transposing Instruments, and Jazz.

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Fine Arts
Performing and Visual Arts
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Activity/Lab
Alternate Assessment
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Game
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Self Assessment
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Jose Rodriguez Alvira
02/07/2017
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"The easyCBM system was developed by educational researchers at the University of Oregon in close collaboration with school district partners across the United States. It is designed to give teachers insight into which of their students may need additional instructional supports as well as to provide a means by which they can measure the effectiveness of their teaching. System reports provide information that supports evidence-based decision making, and the Interventions interface streamlines the process of keeping track of students' instructional program, a feature that is particularly helpful for student study team meetings and parent conferences.
The full District system includes a variety of curriculum based measures in the content areas of early literacy in both English and Spanish as well as oral reading fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. In addition, it offers mathematics measures with reach to both the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Focal Point Standards and the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics, with built-in read-aloud and Spanish translation accommodations. The Teacher Deluxe Edition offers the same features as the District version, but is optimized for individual teacher, rather than system-wide adoption. A truncated version, the Lite Edition, is available free of charge for individual teachers."

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English Language Arts
Mathematics
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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
01/24/2017
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Ed Puzzle is a superpower! Â It allows you to upload virtually an video and crop it. Then you can add questions, comments or audio to the video. Â Your students will then view the video and answer the questions. Â When you create your account, if you use google classroom, your classes will automatically load, including your student list. This can be used for any subject.

Subject:
Career and Technical Education
Education
English Language Arts
Fine Arts
Life Science
Mathematics
Physical Science
Social Studies
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Alternate Assessment
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EdPuzzle Inc.
04/20/2016
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In this lesson student will perform a close reading of a scene from Shakespeare or other complex text (preferably a play). Student will edit the text by evaluating main idea, plot elements, tone, etc. Then, they will practice and perform their scene for their peers.

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English Language Arts
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Lesson Plan
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Folger Shakespeare Library
11/12/2015
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EduTyping.com is a website that students can practice their typing skills and fundamentals. It is broken down into letters & common symbols, words & sentences, and numbers & letter reviews. Students can go through each category which is further broken down into specific letter focuses. The website gives the speed, accuracy, and time each student has spent on the website. It caluclate the time based on actual typing time and not how long they have been on the website. There is a teacher login and a student login. The free trial allows teachers free typing for 90 days and enrolls up to 150 students. The teachers access shows all the records for each student and their progress within the website.

Subject:
Career and Technical Education
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Game
Interactive
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B.E. Publishing & Teaching.com
11/18/2016
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This is a performance task in which students are asked to use algebraic inequalities to solve real life financial situations.

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Mathematics
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04/15/2019
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Students learn about North American endangered species through creation of a species book. Older students will locate endangered species on a map and explore their habitat requirements.

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Life Science
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Activity/Lab
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Author:
National Wildlife Federation