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Students will use the Five Themes of Geography with a focus on movement to examine and discuss cultural diffusion and migration of human populations throughout North America. Students will be assigned one region then research and list reasons people move there. Understanding how and why human populations settle in certain places is important in analyzing migration patterns and characteristics of the continent in which we live. It will give insight to future patterns of population development.
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Students will prepare and revise a news story under deadline to understand what elements they need to think about when writing in a short period of time. Understanding how to write an effective news story under deadline is important for teaching future journalists how to keep the public informed about world, state or local news.
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Students will demonstrate how to find latitude and longitudes coordinates on a map and identify the relationships between people and places on earth to understand how location affects people’s daily lives. Demonstrating how to find latitude and longitude on a map and relating location to people’s daily lives is important to understanding the development of cultures around the world.
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Student will recognize significant people from the Cold War era and evaluate their importance to the Cold War detente movement. Analyzing and understanding certain roles of significant people to the detente movement of the Cold War era will help students argue how significant their roles were to the results of the end of the Cold War era in America and the U.S.S.R.
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Students will be able to distinguish the specific roles of each branch of government and analyze the different forms of checks and balances of the three branches. By the end of the lesson, students will gain a deeper understanding of why our government is shaped the way it is and recognize the importance of the structure of our government.
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Students will learn to solve a literal equation using addition and subtraction. Students will be able to define an equation and solve basic equations involving one variable using addition and subtraction. Uderstanding a literal equation will help students form their basic understanding of algebra in order to help their future math studies.
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Students will compare and contrast the experience of becoming familiar with the difference between the two forms of content: Holes vs. Holes to identify how they perceived them differently by creating a compare and contrast chart then writing a reaction paper. Understanding the differences in the different forms is important to see how different things can be perceived and well each of the forms delivers the content.
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Students will compare and contrast West African dance to another dance style we have learned this school year, in order to understand culture, history, and the emotional values that dance can bring to them and the people around them.Students will apply their knowledge of West African dance by choreographing and performing a 30 second routine.
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Students will compare and contrast the difference between humans and plants based on their anatomy such as cell membrane, nucleus, and cytoplasm, and their basic functions. Understanding and identifying these characteristics will allow students to recognize the importance of Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes. Knowing these basics and the structures inside each of these cells will give them the foundation to understand how and why they function the way they do. This basic understanding will explain more complex topics such growth, maintenance, reproduction, and homeostasis and functions of these cells in biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology courses that is needed in professional careers later in life.
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In this lesson plan I analyze how students should properly create a paper and organize a paper using only textual examples and in class notes. Students will explain the assigned text and evaluate themes, tropes, syntax, and diction of the author, to better examine the importance of the work with the correlating period. By successfully completing this task, we receive a better understanding of the socio-political agenda from previous societies, and create a better perspective of our present society.
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Students will identify, analyze, and apply knowledge of the elements to understand the diversity in literature. Understanding the differences in literature from the past to the present will allow us to make inferences about how our society has developed overtime.
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by Chantí Simone

Students should already know how to do basic algebraic equations. Identify graphs and able to match them with their equations.
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Student will apply the literary devices into their creative writing to recognize the author's purpose and use of literary devices in the author's writing. Comprehension of the author's purpose and use allows the student to utilize literary aspects effectively within their writing and to properly analyze others' writing.
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Students will discuss and illustrate different Asian countries' degree of communication, trade, and technology to assess the priorities and different values of each culture.
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Students will be able to understand and identify the structure of the U.S. Government and law making systems. Students will also have some knowledge of how other systems of Government are run outside of the United States. Students will also have discussed the U.S. Constitution and its origins.
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Students will use exponents and scientific notation to evaluate math problems. Understanding how to use exponents and scientific notion to solve problems will allow students to recall basic math fundamentals and apply them to write small to large numbers, and solve problems. Students can later use this skill to use in a career that is pursued in scientific research or statistical data.
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Students will be able to compare and contrast different systems of government around the world and be able to recognize the United State's role in international relations. Indicators of each type of system should be well understood so they can distinguish and identify specific systems of government and what their roles and contributions are on the international level.
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After a lecture, students will choose and perform as their favorite prominent figure in Western expansion in a 3-5 minute speech.
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Students will identify and understand humanism during the Renaissance through artwork and be able to identify these characteristics in artwork which they have not previously seen. Understanding and identifying these characteristics will help students understand the development of humanism in the Renaissance area and the development of art throughout the times and how these shaped the modern world.
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Students will work in groups to analyze the beats, objectives, and tactics within assigned scenes. Working in an ensemble is the crux of theater and understanding the opinions of others allows us to analyze our own opinions with a new perspective.
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Students will examine a variety of behaviors that avoid or reduce health risks. Understanding what these risk factors are will allow students to be able to make wiser choices when it comes to being intimately involved with the opposite/same sex. This will allow students to have the ability to demonstrate the ability to practice advocacy, health enhancing behaviors and avoidance or education of health risks for oneself.
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Drug Awareness

by Rosemary Ramirez

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Lesson #1 Revision

by Jane Allen

Revision to medieval monasteries lesson
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