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Using pictures of common fruits and vegetables and a glue stick, students should be able to correctly identify common fruits and vegetables and organize them into the appropriate categories labeled on two worksheets. They should then be able to accurately explain why they organized the pictures they way they did.
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With the availability of class notes and other online resources, students should be able to identify whether a work of art that they had been exposed to in-class is from the pre, during, or post Great Depression Era, and give examples from the work that indicate its time of creation, with 100% accuracy.
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Students will identify, list and describe tasks they can complete in order to help better our classroom. Such activities could include: cleaning the whiteboard, recycling, etc. Students will then complete these individual tasks on a daily basis in order to understand how they can help. Helping in the classroom will allow students to recognize how they can help on a small scale, thus creating a foundation for how they can help on a larger scale (ie. the community) at a future date.
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In their own piece, students should include at least 3 movements that directly imitate the original piece they watched and at least 3 original/self-choreographed movements. Students will write a paragraph that explains the meaning of their choreographed piece in comparison to the original piece.
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A second grade lesson plan for identifying high frequency words and checking reading comprehension.
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This lesson plan discusses how to have students read and analyze a novel. Then give a clear, effective oral presentation on their analysis.
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I can annotate a poem effectively by paraphrasing, identifying sections, noting literary devices and asking questions of the text. I can understand literary terminology and see why the author employs these techniques. I can model my own poem after a poet that is being studied. Task: Compose your own love poem.
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The American Dream

by Caroline Cochran

Students will collaborate in groups to present a PowerPoint presentation to the class of a specific countries reasoning to immigrating to America. Students will have a better understanding of why certain countries immigrated over to America
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Students will examine the structure, content, and consequences of the Declaration of Independence.
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A brief lesson that guides students to find and evaluate allegorical references in Virgil's Eclogue IV.
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Civil War Timeline

by Alan Russo

Students will recall key events from the civil war then they will construct a timeline of key events and dates and recognize the importance and time frame of the events. Understanding the time frame of events will allow us to get a clearer comprehension of the events in the civil war and allow us to create our own timeline.
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A lesson plan that will allow students to recognize, describe, and properly handle the hazards that are in our environment.
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Students will learn about a plant's major life stages from watching an educational video and through a class discussion. Students will then draw and correctly label each major stage of a plant's life cycle and compare and contrast how it is similar to other organisms, especially humans.
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A lesson plan based around Pip's traveling in Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.
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This is a Kindergarten lesson plan on gravity. Students will demonstrate knowledge of gravity by explaining why an object falls when dropped while dropping an object. Students should be able to explain, in their own words, without the aid of the teacher and other students.
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Lesson Plan 1

by Karlie Turner

Back Story- A lesson plan for 7th grade about the author's purpose in a passage.
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Snowy Symbolism

by Brittany Parks

Students will evaluate and analyze Robert Frost's "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"'s use of figurative language in order to understand how it creates meaning in the poem. Being able to analyze figurative language is important to being able to understand the meaning of a literary work.
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My Lesson plan is about getting students involved in counting and adding money. Students will learn what total cost means in this lesson. The students will help set up the classroom like a store. Students will buy items in a store, which will help with addition and counting money
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Lesson plan for using healthy forms of communication to promote healthy lifestyles. Students in pairs will role play different view points from given prompts of common life situations (a disagreement with a friend, parent, sibling, partner, etc.) by using positive interpersonal communication skills that enhance health and reduce health risks. Communicating in an effective manner is an essential skill needed to respectfully and successfully interact with the people in their surroundings.
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Using a television script, students will read a character's lines aloud and identify the high frequency words in the script.
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Back story- Finding the author's purpose.
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While watching a popular children's television show in closed caption, students will underline high frequency words in the script. Each student will choose a character to be and read that character's lines to the class as the show is playing.
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Students will add/subtract prices of items together to stay within their allotted budget while shopping. Students will then evaluate their total cost of their groceries to see if they were able to purchase what they wanted with the amount of money they were able to spend according to their budget.
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Gravity Lesson

by Rashida Lake

Students will demonstrate how gravity works by dropping various objects. Students will also demonstrate what happens when something acts against gravity, such as the floor stopping a ball from continuously falling. Being able to analyze how gravity plays a role in holding the world, as we know it, together is important. By seeing how gravity works to keep things in place, students should also be able to explain what the world would be like if there was an absence of gravity. The ultimate goal is that students will be able to take a small scale example and apply it to the larger scheme of the world.
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