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General Psychology

by Lacy Anne Cassidy

Social and Personality Psychology
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Revise and Edit: Weebly Digital Portfolios Students will revise and edit their Weebly digital portfolio pages that they have previously created in effort to make them have a more professional appearance. Students will learn different personalization options that will improve the overall appearance and individuality of their sites. They will also be taught about the creative commons law and information pertaining to copyright infringement. Students will reorganize their web pages and assignments by creating an organizational flow chart and then reordering their pages on the Weebly site. After this is finished, they will change or add at least one enhancement feature to their Weebly digital portfolio.
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Psychological Subfields

by Daphne Valcourt

Students will learn about the vast fields of psychology, construct taboo cards withing a group and will be able to identify icon and types of psychological branches based on contextual information.
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civil war video Students will use their prior knowledge obtained in class, as well as, their own research in order to create a video that explains some of the causes and consequences of the Civil War. In order to do so, students will need to have a strong understanding in order to role play and relay the information most effectively.
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Students will compare contemporary rap to the poetry they have studied in class. They will learn about the history of rap and analyze a rap to find the historical significance of the writing.
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Learning about and describing types of angles
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Student project on Erik Erikson's stages of development. Students research Erik Erikson’s eight stages of development to present to the class. As groups they will be assigned to find information about an individual stage and present it to the class. They will also identify important facts about Erikson himself.
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Solar System Jeopardy! (teaching with technology) Students will work in groups to create a test review in the form of a PowerPoint Jeopardy! game. Students will use their knowledge and class materials used to come up with review questions that may appear on their test.
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Music compostition

by Staci Buckhalter

lesson for composing music Students will understand key elements to creating a music composition and be able to put those into pratice in creating their own musical composition.
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Lesson Plan 3 Students will be split into groups and then be assigned a document or painting of an important event leading up to the Civil War. We will tell them the name of the document, or tell them what event the painting is portraying, and then leave students to their own devices to compose a comprehensive summary of the document, using a basic Who/What/Where/When/Why format and describing how it helped lead to the beginning of the Civil War. We will ask them to write it on a Powerpoint slide, next to an image of their assigned document.
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Civil War Lesson Plan This lesson is meant to educate students about the American Civil War. First, the students will read their section in the textbook corresponding to this lesson that highlights important events, dates and leaders that occurred during the war. After a class discussion, students will create a timeline of these events on a website in order to further understand and study the Civil War.
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Video Book Report/Oral Presentation Students will read and research a fictional novel of their choice and prepare an oral presentation to be presented to the class. A two to five minute video summary of their book report must be presented in a YouTube video during their presentation. Students will need to identify characters, summarize the plot, discuss the rising and falling action, detail the work’s historical background, identify the theme and author’s purpose of the novel in their final report. Then, in their oral presentation to the class, they will include a brief introduction of their novel choice, their video, and roughly a two to three minute speech about whether they liked the book or not. Students will then comment on the YouTube video with feedback on their peers presentations.
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Identifying Cause and Effect Relationships For this activity students are working together to identify cause-and-effect relationship in texts and create maps or organizers comparing and contrasting characters as well as main ideas. Through this activity students will enhance their comprehension skills, interpersonal skills as well as presentation skills.
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Pythagorean Theorem

by Yasemin Gürgan

Yasemin Gurgan Lesson Plan #3
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Students will do a class reading about Mesopotamian culture and then create a 3D model using Google's SketchUp software.
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Elemental

by Kathleen Russ

Students use Elemental (app) to practice creating structural drawings of different compounds and molecules based on their chemical formulas.
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The First Empires Students will begin with a warm up questions to connect the previous lesson with this lesson. Students will then watch a video and take notes. Following the video, students will read the textbook content aloud. During the reading, questions will be asked and discussion will take place. A prezy presentation will help guide the students as well. After the chapter has been read and discussed aloud, students will use their knowledge to do a vocabulary worksheet and technology to present the knowledge. Lastly, the students will be able to explore internet resources on the subject and report on their findings.
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New Vocabulary

by Kim Aher

Kim Aher Lesson Plan 3 Given a new list of 10-15 vocabulary words, students will correctly spell and define the words. Next, students will choose the correct word when given the part of speech and definition of each word.
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Digital Portfolios
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Students are introduced to the playwright William Shakespeare through videos and interactive websites. Understanding is informally assessed through student open response cards and a game.
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A lesson for "To Kill a Mockingbird"
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Students will work together to create a modern day translation of a Shakespeare play.
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Lesson Plan 3

by Allison Bullard

Open Discussion Lesson Plan on Immigration and Rights
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A lesson plan about ratios and video games
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Lesson Plan 3 Students will read/view and discuss digital poetry. They will notice the use of normal literary and poetic techniques and analyze how and to what effect they are used in digital poetry. They will then begin to create a digital poem of their own by choosing words and phrases from a passage from Running in the Family by Michael Ondaatje (a book read in a previous novel) using prezi.
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