Basic inline skating skills with links to the actual skills on Youtube and a short quiz.
The lesson gives background to the WWI Battle of the Somme between the British and German armies through a powerpoint. It then asks students to analyze three primary source documents from both sides of the battle to act as evidence in answering an historical question: Who won the first day (of the battle)? Student then write a short argument based on their understanding of the texts.
Charles Francis, president of the Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C., talks about the life of Lilli Vincenz and her contributions to the gay rights movement.
This resource is a great formative assessment to check students ability to source and place events in context. Using a piece from a 1612 newspaper and a list of four facts from the time period, it asks students to consider why the reliability of the newspaper account may be in question.
This is a multi-day activity in which student will learn what biomimicry is, explore current examples of biomimicry that exists in the fields of technology, engineering, humanities, social interactions and many other. After the initial learning is completed student pair up and create a new invention that uses biomimicry.
Determine the value of two fractions you have chosen (which are represented as points on a number line). Then find a fraction whose value is between your two fractions and determine its value. This manipulative is the same as "Bounded Fraction Pointer" but there is no arrow to help the user determine the value of a fraction between the two endpoints. Bounded Fraction Finder is one of the Interactivate assessment explorers.
Determine the value of two fractions you have chosen (which are represented as points on a number line). Then find a fraction whose value is between your two fractions (using an arrow on the number line as a guide) and determine its value. Bounded Fraction Pointer is one of the Interactivate assessment explorers.
This activity allows the user to view box plots for either built-in or user-specified data, and experiment with outliers.
Build fractions from shapes and numbers to earn stars in this fractions game or explore in the Fractions Lab. Challenge yourself on any level you like.
In the wake of recent acts of gun violence in America, both citizens and politicians continue the debate over gun control in the United States. Legislation addressing issues like background checks, concealed carry permits and bump stocks have been suggested to address this issue. This deliberation will allow students to explore the roots of gun control in the United States while also exploring varying viewpoints on how to address the problem of gun violence in the future.
- Civics and Government
- English Language Arts
- Social Studies
- Speaking and Listening
- U.S. History
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Students compare different algorithms to find the best method of sorting a group of unknown weights in order. Students practice a Selection Sort and Quick Sort. Additional variations include:
Insertion SortBubble SortMerge Sort
The lesson also introduces students to the concept of recursion.
Online resources include a step-by-step downloadable Lesson Plan. The webiste also provides a YouTube video, photos, related resrouces, and additional curriculum links.
Introduce students to Binary and Algorthims prior to conducting this Algorithm Sorting Activity
This unit plan outlines and provides all resources to study Jack London's Call of the Wild. Within this resource you will fine detailed daily lesson plans including handouts, discussion questions, and grading rubrics.
This resource includes a power point detailing basic camera shots and angles for film analysis plus activities where pupils are interactive and try out the different angles using camera frame worksheet. Additionally, it includes a quiz worksheet with answer key.
Students connect their future career choices and decisions with budgeting practice and identifying the type of lifestyle they will be able to live based on their career choices.
The Center for Civic Education helps students develop (1) an increased understanding of the institutions of constitutional democracy and the fundamental principles and values upon which they are founded, (2) the skills necessary to participate as competent and responsible citizens, and (3) the willingness to use democratic procedures for making decisions and managing conflict. Ultimately, the Center strives to develop an enlightened citizenry by working to increase understanding of the principles, values, institutions, and history of constitutional democracy among teachers, students, and the general public.
Through this assignment, students will explore the marketing mix for a breakfast product. Students will be asked to assume the role of a product manager for a cereal or snack foods division of a large consumer products firm. In this role, students will select one of six market segments to develop a product for. Students will focus on four specific target market characteristics outlined in their chosen market segment. Students will then answer the four areas of the marketing mix for their newly developed product.
The project is called "Chemistry and Cooking" and it will last about 6 weeks. Students will learn about what matter is, the phases of matter, the difference between physical and chemical properties, as well as physical and chemical changes. The project’s Driving Question, which focuses our work, is “How does an understanding of chemistry impact your cooking?” Students will be involved in hands-on activities and labs that will help them learn the concepts that they will then apply to their final project. The child will work independently on a recipe of their choice to show their understanding of how chemistry impacts cooking.