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SS.912.A.6.3- Analyze the impact of the Holocaust during World War II on Jews as well as other groups. This lesson plan deals with understanding a period of history and the events that occurred during World War II, the impact of the Holocaust, and the people it affected.
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The purpose of this lesson plan is to teach middle school or early high school students about the steps of the scientific method. After participating in this lesson, students should be able to recall the steps of the scientific method, the definitions associated, and be able to recognize the steps for future experiments. The procedure of the lesson plan is to present the steps of the scientific method, define vocab, have the students participate in an experiment on the computer, and lastly to assess the comprehension of the scientific method.
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In this step toward complete literary analysis students will learn the importance of characterizations and the way in which each character, no matter how minute the role, plays an important role in the grand scheme of a narrative.
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Instrumental Technique

by Jessica Smith

This lesson provides a focus for addressing and enhancing individual technique for wind brass players. Key features of individual instrumental technique include posture, breathing, fingering, tuning, embouchure, and more.
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The purpose of this lesson is to teach middle school students how to recognize and solve a basic algebraic equation with one unknown variable. It addresses basic algebraic concepts and is a foundation for any algebra class. This lesson should take the length of one class period, usually around 50 minutes. It is part of a larger unit on solving equations of all types.
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Using Cardinal Directions

by Alison Schultheis

This lesson's purpose is to teach students to be understand and use cardinal directions on a map. To do this, the students will learn the cardinal directions by looking at actual paper maps, globes, and interactive maps on the computer. They will complete activities where they are given certain directions and must find them on a map, and also where they will be given directions and must plot them on a map.
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This lesson provides students with the opportunity to understand that the consequences of the Civil War had on reconstruction and its lasting impact on American society today. Its purpose is to give students a more well-rounded perspective on American History and provide them with the tools to effectively analyze the effects of the Civil War. It addresses analytic skills as well as reading comprehension and writing level.
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This lesson uses Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games for teaching methods of prewriting. Students choose both a theme from the novel to write about and what method they prefer for prewriting. After they generate ideas for a draft, they will present their ideas by creating either a concept map or an outline.
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The purpose of this lesson is to introduce students to effective prewriting strategies. Use interactive online essay map to organize and develop ideas for an expository essay.
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The purpose of this lesson is to teach students the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution and the reason for their existence.
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Lesson Plan 1

by danielle Nathan

Beowulf Project
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The purpose of this lesson is for the students to learn more about pointillism artists and how a pointillism painting is done, and then to be able to create a painting of their own.
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Music Composition

by Kristofer Kraul

In this lesson, students will compose unique short musical pieces using a paper and pencil method as well as a digital composition software like Finale or Sibelius on the computer. Students will then evaluate the differences between manual and digital composition and then reflect on what the music composition experience must have been like for the classic composers who did not have this technology available to them. At the end of this lesson, students will have created a short hand-written song, and a 2 minute long song using Finale or Sibelius.
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Lesson Plan for a study of the State
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lesson plan#1/ take 2

by nikki naylor

corrected lesson plan #1
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Limits and Calculus

by Austyn Smith

A beginning lesson to Limits and Continuity from Claculus
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Learning to Tie a Tie

by Thomas Morrell

Students will properly learn how to tie a tie
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