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Group work and an interactive game of jeopardy to keep students engaged Students will read the remainder of Flowers for Algernon. This reading will highlight the diversity in the human race and teaches students to be more understanding of those with disabilities. Then students will work in groups to discuss plot elements and relevant details of the text to prepare for a game of Jeopardy on the Smartboard.
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Lesson Plan 2

by Shelby Boehm

Lesson Title: Revise Edit and Proofread: Prewriting for Blu’s Hanging by Lois-Ann Yamanaka by Shelby Boehm
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Lesson Plan 2

by Dekoya Brown

The student will revise by applying appropriate tools or strategies to evaluate and refine the draft (e.g., peer review, checklists, rubrics).
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A lesson plan about the three major monotheistic religions
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Dani Buchbinder Lesson Plan 2

by Danielle Buchbinder

Dani Buchbinder Lesson Plan 2
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Students will take the basic Weebly digital portfolio they have previously created and revise it to enhance its features and make it more professional. There is a video that gives students an overview of the different options they have to improve their websites. Students will change at least one element of their website based on the lesson of professionalism and technology.
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Students read a non-fiction book on how animals prepare for colder weather aloud. They will then view pictures of various animals and identify the type of adaptation that the animal has to make in order to survive in the winter time. They will help them understand the various adaptations that animals have in order to deal with the cold, winter months and that both humans and animals have to adapt to the winter months in some manner.
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Lesson Plan #2

by Maggie Gablehouse

How Do Animals Prepare for Winter?
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A lesson for a 9th through 12th grade civics class, comparing major world governments with the form of government used in the United States.
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Students create their own “tests” and “answer keys” to demonstrate their ability to generate the equation of a given line and their understanding of parallel and perpendicular lines.
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Andrea Levy's Lesson Plan #2 This lesson is meant to educate students about the 10 amendments in the Bill of Rights. Students will be introduced to the topic by watching a short video explaining what the Bill of Rights is and why the founders thought it was necessary to create one. They will then see the actual amendments and will participate in a lesson explaining the meaning of each amendment. Lastly, the students will create their own notecards for each amendment to ensure that they understand the meaning of each.
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2nd Lesson Plan - 5th grade Math.
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hi there, I forgot to put my video in the last one. Please refer to this one!
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EME4406 lesson plan 2 graphing calculator
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A lesson plan for a 3rd grade class involving collecting data and transforming that data into graphs.
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Using graphing calculators to solve polynomial equations. Students will use a graphing calculator to help find the answers to various polynomial equations. The students have not used a graphing calculator in class so far this year, and we will spend the first half of class with a basic overview of the calculator, and using the basic functions on it. I will demonstrate how to use it on a projector and the class will follow along on their own calculator. Once students are familiar with the graphing calculator, they will work to complete a worksheet on their own and then in groups together to solve polynomial equations. At the end of class, we will go over each problem together as a class, and students will come up to the projector and solve the answers on the calculator.
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A lesson plan on how to create graphs on the computer and interpret their information.
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Lesson Plan 2: Essay Types

by Melanie Wolfson

All about essay types. Students will explain the various essay types, noting and discussing the differences. Students will then write an essay using one of the five essay types. Students will edit one of their peer’s essays. Using technology, they will then creatively present their essay in an authentic way. Following their projects completion, they will then be able to correctly identify other classmate’s essay types.
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Red Lynx, a population genetics simulator, is an excellent way to demonstrate the Hardy-Weinberg principle.
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The separation of powers and responsibilities of the government as outlined by the Constitution. -Sasha-Kay Myers Students will examine how power and responsibility are distributed, shared, and limited by the Constitution. In groups, students will create their own media outlet to depict the separation of powers as outlined by the Constitution. I will choose what section each group will work on based on their readiness levels. They will be expected to outline the powers and responsibilities of their branch. They will use the Constitution as a primary resource as well as other secondary sources as they see fit. They are also expected to use at least two other sources to develop their presentation and give an example of how their branch of government works. Students will be expected to present their media outlet to their peers.
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Physical and Chemical Changes

by Lacy Anne Cassidy

5th grade Science
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This lesson goes over ethical research practices and their effects on experiments.
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Usage of technology in education High School seniors on the psychoanalytic principals in a psychology course.
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Pre-Algebra Equations Students will work in groups to solve equations in order to review for an upcoming test on equations. There will be approximately four groups of five, each group aligned in a single row.
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Using their city’s official website, students research and summarize the historical significance of a local landmark. Students then create written directions from their school to the landmark and a virtual map that displays the directions.
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A narrated history lesson on atomic weaponry Students will explore the origins of nuclear weaponry. They will investigate the atmosphere of fear and distrust that led to the arms race during the Cold War. To better understand this, students will use a nuclear bomb simulator to identify the effects of using such a device on a locale of their choice. Students will then write a brief essay about why the arms race escalated.
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Drawing connections

by Spencer Norman-Gerard

Spencer Norman-Gerard Students will experiment with the use of multimedia elements and incorporate them into a more traditional artistic medium. After exploring various pieces and motives behind them students will create a work with a dominant central theme addressing or responding to a social issue.
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Shakespeare Game Show played by the students. Fun and engaging way to test the students on knowledge of Shakespeare's plays.
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Lesson Plan #2

by Taylor Gonzalez

Version 1 of Taylor Gonzalez's lesson plan #2
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Lesson Plan #2
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without video abstract or video of procedures until I can get to the computer lab! Students will compare and contrast characterization in the traditional “Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll and the contemporary “Weetzie Bat” by Francesca Lia Block (which are both young adult novels that explore young female protagonists and elements of magical realism) and analyze how and why those means of characterization are used.
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Lesson PLan 2 We are an AP Latin class that is in the middle of translating book 7 of Caesar's Gallic War, A semi-autobiographical account of Caesar's campaigns in Gaul against various barbarian tribes. As a prelude to translation of the rest of the work, a visual simulation of a specific battle itself, the Siege of Gergovia, will be provided through a software engine that can create simulations of virtually any battle, including details right down to the specific terrain, time of day, and army composition. The engine even attributes values for troop morale and exhaustion over the course of the battle that bear themselves out in how well the troops fight, whether or not they will rout from fear, etc. This visual simulation of the battle itself will serve to elucidate and set the scene as a part of book 7 of Caesar's work as a whole and create a frame of reference while students begin translating, and hopefully will help them to remember the important passages as they take their AP Exam.
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High School Health Class
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Identifying cause and effect relationships. Lesson plan using multimedia.
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Lesson plan #2 Students will explore the different causes for American prosperity after World War II. We will be focusing on American consumerism during this time, and the reasons behind this increased consumerism attitude such as advertising, capitalism vs. Communism/Socialism, the Space Race, and the distribution of the GI Bill to returning soldiers. We will examine old newspapers, news reels, and documentaries that deal with American consumerism after World War II. We will then have a group discussion on these topics. Lastly, they will be placed into groups to complete a final project that relates to our topic.
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Writing a research paper While reading the text “To Kill a Mockingbird,” students have kept notes of questions about the text. Now, students will use those questions to research answers and write a well developed research paper, using primary and secondary sources.
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This is a Lesson Plan on "To Kill A Mockingbird" for high school students focusing on cause and effect relationships
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