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Kindergarten:
"Under the Sea" with WatercolorsIntroducing kids to watercolor paint and sharing examples of famous art that was composed using watercolors. Helping the kids create their own watercolor paintings with an "Under the Sea" theme(Under 3 ratings)
Kindergarten Earth and Space ScienceStudents will identify and name the four seasons of the year.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo be able to articulate the full figure in an environment with special attention to perspective, proportioning of the body, and an awareness of constructing an interesting composition.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanRain can be experienced through all five senses Rain is helpful Rain changes things(Under 3 ratings)
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Lesson PlanHow to dress for the rain and follow step by step directions(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to understand basic concepts of the weather. The studends should also be able to understand certain information reagarding the different seasons.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to understand basic concepts of the weather. The studends should also be able to certain information reagarding the different seasons.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will watch channel 2 weather and create a weather prediction.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThrough the lesson, students will gain an increased awareness of weather.(Under 3 ratings)
Marine MarshalsTo introduce the problem of pollution in the marine environment.(Under 3 ratings)
Marine MarshalsTo introduce the problem of pollution in the marine environment.(Under 3 ratings)
Ms. Misha's 2 Year Old Lesson PlanHelping 2 year old Early Learners build foundational aptitudes in the following: - Use of their senses and motor skills to explore the world and answer high curiousities about unfamiliar objects, events and phenomena. - Solving simple problems with the "trial and error" method. - Encouraging pretend play, using familiar objects and situations to process their daily experiences. - Helping to develop immature pronunciation skills. - Supporting the practice in understanding of simple directions and many common phrases used in routine situations. - Support in laying the groundwork for reading and writing. - Supporting the Joy of Reading by having books read to them and allowing the - Support in the beginning stages of the use of logical reasoning to solve everyday problems. - They also understand addition and subtraction with the numbers "one" and "two." - Physical mobility including rolling, crawling, creeping, walking, running, jumping and climbing. - Building the use of motor skills to explore the creative arts. - Encouraging the enjoyment of playing alongside other children, but understanding that 2 year olds usually keep to themselves. - When conflicts arise, stepping in to prevent aggression and teach appropriate behaviors. - Understanding that children this age are beginning to label feelings and controlling emotions can be difficult, however, so frustration may trigger emotional meltdowns. - Supporting the use of comfort objects like blankets or teddy bears to help two-year-old learners cope with new situations or strong emotions.(Under 3 ratings)
Ms. Misha's 2 Year Old Lesson PlanHelping 2 year old Early Learners build foundational aptitudes in the following: - Use of their senses and motor skills to explore the world and answer high curiousities about unfamiliar objects, events and phenomena. - Solving simple problems with the "trial and error" method. - Encouraging pretend play, using familiar objects and situations to process their daily experiences. - Helping to develop immature pronunciation skills. - Supporting the practice in understanding of simple directions and many common phrases used in routine situations. - Support in laying the groundwork for reading and writing. - Supporting the Joy of Reading by having books read to them and allowing the - Support in the beginning stages of the use of logical reasoning to solve everyday problems. - They also understand addition and subtraction with the numbers "one" and "two." - Physical mobility including rolling, crawling, creeping, walking, running, jumping and climbing. - Building the use of motor skills to explore the creative arts. - Encouraging the enjoyment of playing alongside other children, but understanding that 2 year olds usually keep to themselves. - When conflicts arise, stepping in to prevent aggression and teach appropriate behaviors. - Understanding that children this age are beginning to label feelings and controlling emotions can be difficult, however, so frustration may trigger emotional meltdowns. - Supporting the use of comfort objects like blankets or teddy bears to help two-year-old learners cope with new situations or strong emotions.(Under 3 ratings)
Number 12Students will learn to count to number 12 and review letter O(Under 3 ratings)
Ocean IntroductionStudents will become familiar with the ocean and ocean life.(Under 3 ratings)
OctopusStudents will learn about sea animals.(Under 3 ratings)
SandStudents will learn about what make up sand(Under 3 ratings)
SeashellsFor students to learn about seashells and their function.(Under 3 ratings)
Snow Committees January Week 2Students will be able to integrate information from the two texts presented to the whole group to determine weather conditions necessary for the existence of snow. Identify the elements of a snowflake. Students will follow sequential steps and instruction to produce a hole punched and "sewn" mitten, to use pictures of the story book characters for retelling the sequence of events in the story, "The Mitten", by Jan Brett. Students will count forward using a given number to fill in a calendar for the Month of January, and graphing numbers of items for comparing and contrasting and working with the concept of more than and less than.(Under 3 ratings)
Space, planets, EarthStudents should be able to...recognize planet Earth; tell how many planets there are(Under 3 ratings)
1st Grade:
* Wk 16 - Social Studies/History - OceansLearn that there are five oceans. Learn about salt water which makes up the oceans. Learn where the oceans are located.(Under 3 ratings)
Circle TimeStudents will be engaged in morning activities for reinforcement/ motivation/socialization. Trace and write sentences and names. Examine seeds that were planted and record through cut and paste, tracing, or writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Earth DayStudents will learn to appreciate the earth and start to help take care of it. Standard: ELA.1.RI.1(Under 3 ratings)
Forests, Oceans, Wetlands and DesertsChildren will be able to: *Identify living things that live on a tree. *Explain how plants and animals live in a forest. *Compare and Contrast ocean and wetland animals. *Describe oceans and wetlands *Describe a desert. *Explain how plants and animals live in a desert.(Under 3 ratings)
Heritage Studies 1Given instruction about maps and oceans, and why Jesus wants Christians to go to every continent, students will give 3 reasons why Jesus sends missionaries and locate USA and Atlantic ocean on a map.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn about the human impact on the environment. Students will learn cause and effect of cutting trees on wild fires and pollution. Students will learn about the importance of preserving the environment. Students will describe their understanding of “The Lorax” story in their journals. Students will make connections between “The Lorax” story and their own lives/ environment. Students will write a summary of “The Lorax” story. Students will write three paragraphs on way(s) that they will help the Lorax and his friends.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanCommon Core State Standard of identify, research, and collect data on an environmental issue using digital resources and propose a developmentally appropriate solution. Student should be able to use the Internet to research the topic of pollution in the ocean as well as find solutions on how they are able to diminish pollution in the ocean.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanGiven instruction about maps and oceans, and why Jesus wants Christians to go to every continent, students will give 3 reasons why Jesus sends missionaries and locate USA and Atlantic ocean on a map.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanGiven instruction concerning large land areas as 7 continents, the oceans, students will be able to identify the name of the continent they live on, and name the oceans near North America.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will listen to the story, The Three Snow Bears and discuss it's relation to another story they might have heard before.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will listen to the story, The Three Snow Bears and discuss it's relation to another story they might have heard before.(Under 3 ratings)
Looking At Our EarthChildren will be able to: *Describe the materials that cover the Earth *Compare and Contrast Earth's natural resources(Under 3 ratings)
Mighty Earth MoversTo learn about ecosystems and habitats. To see how things and animals are interdependent upon living and nonliving things. To understand the flow of energy to maintain life within a habitat.(Under 3 ratings)
RocksStudents will color the picture of a rock and a non-rock, then cut and paste and put in the correct column.(Under 3 ratings)
RocksStudent will identify a rock and a non rock.(Under 3 ratings)
Science 10/10/13Students will be able to describe what they observed on the weather walk.(Under 3 ratings)
SEA MURALStudents will be able to identify and describe sea creatures. Students will be able to draw and be creative with sea creatures.(Under 3 ratings)
Sea OttersObjectives: • Students will be able to describe the physical characteristics of otters. • Students will be able to identify the behavioral characteristics of otters. • Students will be able to explain how otters are organized into groups and how they communicate with each other.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 11 OceansLearn about ocean waves. Learn about ocean currents. Learn about ocean tides.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
April Eco-Play Lesson PlanSWBAT recite the importance of caring for the Earth SWBAT explain how they can protect the Earth SWBAT identify why animals are important to Earth and how we can protect them SWBAT construct tools for observing animals in nature SWBAT judge and record different types of wildlife within their community(Under 3 ratings)
April Eco-Play Lesson PlanSWBAT recite the importance of caring for the Earth SWBAT explain how they can protect the Earth SWBAT identify why animals are important to Earth and how we can protect them SWBAT construct tools for observing animals in nature SWBAT judge and record different types of wildlife within their community(Under 3 ratings)
How Living Things Grow and LiveHow can we analyze the difference between living and nonliving things??(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT read and understand the meaning of the vocabulary words to better comprehend the informational text; That's Cold; Barrow Alaska; select words in the text that mean COLD SWBAT identify the MAIN IDEA of the text in each paragraph SWBAT sort DETAILS of "what" happens in the text during the summer and winter using a graphic organizer. SWBAT to write a summary using the main ideas and details from each paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT read and understand the meaning of the vocabulary words to better comprehend the informational text; That's Cold; Barrow Alaska; select words in the text that mean COLD SWBAT identify the MAIN IDEA of the text in each paragraph SWBAT sort DETAILS of "what" happens in the text during the summer and winter using a graphic organizer. SWBAT to write a summary using the main ideas and details from each paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to keep a steady tempo "beat" while singing and having a fabulous time.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to understand what is Earth Day. Students should be able to retell the text Students should be able to(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able read and understand a descriptive text(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative: Perfect Snow DayStudent should be able to identify past and present tense verbs and will demonstrate the ability to write a narrative story using grammatically correct English.(Under 3 ratings)
WeatherStudents should be able to describe current weather and interpret projected forecast charts.(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
Countries of the World Cup: Flags and weather of each countryStudents will be able to identify 6 countries involved in the world cup games. Students will be able to create the country flag and explain the weather and climate of each of the countries(Under 3 ratings)
Directed Inquiry: Where is Earth's Water?Students will be able to identify where most of Earth's water is found and where the smallest amount of Earth's water is found. Students will be able to explain why we need fresh water. Students will identify the causes and effect of clean streams.(Under 3 ratings)
Dog-of-the-Sea-WavesStudents will describe and illustrate what changes volcanoes cause. Students will read fluently and with accuracy. Students will determine shades of meaning. Students will use complex sentences in their writings. Students will analyze illustrations to aid comprehension.(Under 3 ratings)
Earth's Natural Resources-GLADStudents will be able to find main ideas and key details, understand the meaning of words and phrases based on context, ask and answer questions for clarification of text, and participate in group discussions about their learning.(Under 3 ratings)
Earth's WaterStudents will know and explain where Earth's water is found and how much of it is fresh vs. salt water.(Under 3 ratings)
Every Picture Tells A StoryUsing current Three Americans Exhibit at Arnot Art Museum, Third Grade students will relate the human/animal stories in the displayed art to what they know about their experiences with animals; either through personal experience, reading a story or article about a human/animal interaction or a movie that they have seen. Students will then create a visual story about an animal that they consider a part of their family, or would like to meet.(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 Science, 09-08-2014SWBAT connect environmental changes with resources for animas(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 Science, 09-10-2014SWBAT: understand the cycle of cause and effect(Under 3 ratings)
Intro to Rocks and SoilDetermine student prior knowledge with regards to Rocks and Soil using a KWL Chart, and find out what students want to know.(Under 3 ratings)
Life on the IceStudents will identify the coldest places on earth. Students will form and effectively use compound words. Students will read fluently and with accuracy. Student will use resource materials, such as dictionaries and glossaries, to locate information. Students will identify and correctly use adverbs.(Under 3 ratings)
Life on the IceStudents will identify the coldest places on earth. Students will form and effectively use compound words. Students will read fluently and with accuracy. Student will use resource materials, such as dictionaries and glossaries, to locate information. Students will identify and correctly use adverbs.(Under 3 ratings)
Personality Word CloudI can use the internet to create a word cloud. I can use adjectives that represent who I am.(Under 3 ratings)
Personality Word CloudI can use the internet to create a word cloud. I can use adjectives that represent who I am.(Under 3 ratings)
Plants and our EnvironmentStudents will be able to label and analyze the structure of plants. They will also be able to describe the functions of each part of plants. We will also discuss the role plants play in our world.(Under 3 ratings)
Rock LabStudents will know what a physical property is and be able to identify the physical properties of rocks.(Under 3 ratings)
Rocks and SoilStudents will be able to compare and contrast different types of rocks.(Under 3 ratings)
Saving the Great White MonsterStudents will be able to identify problems and solutions in the text.(Under 3 ratings)
Saving the Great White MonsterStudents will be able to identify problems and solutions in the text.(Under 3 ratings)
SEABISCUIT "APRIL RAIN SONG"Students will identify personification. Students will identify the main idea of an play. Students will identify how historical setting contributes to a play. Students will identify the meaning and purpose of idioms.(Under 3 ratings)
THE BURNING TOWNStudents will determine causes and effects of the fire. Students identify text evidence in the article.(Under 3 ratings)
The Story of a SnowflakeStudents will be able to listen to comprehend for answers during discussion and recall for the worksheet. Students will be able to distinguish temperatures of cold and hot. Students will be able to distinguish between, ice, snow and rain. Students will be able to answer simple questions with illustrations depicting the words for answers.(Under 3 ratings)
Tiny T. Rex Slide ShowI can understand how fossils show proof of animals and their environment long ago. (Retrieved from curriculum map)(Under 3 ratings)
“The Volcano That Changed the World”Students will read closely to identify cause-and-effect relationships while learning about a little-known volcano.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
DAY 7Students should be able to complete the second scene of the play. Write the third scene of the play.(Under 3 ratings)
EnvironmentsStudents will use the scientific thinking process to conduct investigations to determin the best living environment for a specific type of organisim.(Under 3 ratings)
I Love EarthStudents will write simple sentences using propers capitilization and punctuation.(Under 3 ratings)
Integrated Lesson Plan / Science and Math• The students will be able to identify and put the planets in the solar system in order based on their distance from the sun. • The students will be able to put planets in order according to their distance from the sun. • The students will be able to demonstrate how the earth rotates and revolves. • The students will be able to simulate the different shapes of the moon. • The students will be able to name and order the phases of the moon as well as explain why the shape of the moon that is seen from the earth changes. • The students will be able to measure the length of shadows using centimeters and/or millimeters.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to correctly draw and label the 3 main parts of the water cycle with a brief explanation of each.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Planstudents should be able to read accurately, understand a play script(Under 3 ratings)
May 19, 2015Identify categories of rocks according to their physical characteristics. (4.E.6.1) Classify minerals based on their physical properties. (4.E.6.2)(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies: Lesson 3 Climate and ResourcesStudents will be able to identify the climate of New Jersey and how its resources and are affected by climate.(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies: Lesson 3 Climate and ResourcesStudents will be able to identify the climate of New Jersey and how its resources and are affected by climate.(Under 3 ratings)
The Planets, Moon, & EarthCover all aspects of GPS: S4E2 a. Explain the day/night cycle of the earth using a model. b. Explain the sequence of the phases of the moon. c. Demonstrate the revolution of the earth around the sun and the earth's tilt to explain the seasonal changes. d. Demonstrate the relative size and order from the sun of the planets in the solar system.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 3: The effect of weathering and erosion on rocks?Students will learn how weathering and erosion affect rocks about How natural processes such as wind, water and ice might help to change rocks?(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 3: Interactions of Air,Water, and land How do natural events affect our world?Students will learn about minerals and the three types of rocks and they will understand the properties scientist use to identify minerals?(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Central Idea: Humans act in response to changes in the physical world AdaptationHow humans adapt to changes in the environment by genetic change, developmental adjustments, acclimatization, and cultural or technological advances.(Under 3 ratings)
Earth's Water, Chapter 41. Students learn that most of Earth's water is present as salt water in the oceans, which cover most of the Earth's surface. 2. Student know when liquid water evaporates, it turns into water vapor in the air and can reappear as a liquid when cooled or as a solid if cooled below the freezing pint of water. 3. Students know water vapor in the air moves from one place to another and can form fog or clouds, which are tiny droplets of water or ice, and can fall to Earth as rain, hail, sleet, or snow. 4. Students know that the amount of fresh water located in rivers, lakes, underground sources, and glaciers is limited and that its availability can be extended by recycling and decreasing the use of water. 5. Students know the origin of the water used by their local community.(Under 3 ratings)
Earth's Weather, Chapter 5•Students will learn uneven heating of Earth causes air movements •Students know the influence that the ocean has on the weather and the role that the water cycle plays in weather patterns. •Students know the cuases and effects of different types of severe weaterh •Students know how to use weather maps and data to preict local weather and know that weather forcasts depend on many variable s •Students know that the Earths' atmosphere exerts a pressure that decresaes with distance above Eathr's surface and that at any point it exerts this pressure equally in all directions.(Under 3 ratings)
Ground hog biome identification 2/3/2015Using what students have learned about biomes and clues based on facts about ground hogs, students will work in pairs to place ground hogs into one of two most common biomes for ground hogs and complete an art project depicting each group's decision.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanCOMPREHENSION-Students will understand cause and effect and begin to summarize. LANGUAGE: Vocabulary: Homonyms Conventions: Studens will be able to identify subjects and predicates within a sentence. FLUENCY: students will inprove fluency with multiple reads. WRITING: students will know components of a tall tale(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanCOMPREHENSION-Students will understand cause and effect and begin to summarize. LANGUAGE: Vocabulary: Homonyms Conventions: Studens will be able to identify subjects and predicates within a sentence. FLUENCY: students will inprove fluency with multiple reads. WRITING: students will know components of a tall tale(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to identify the climate and the effects of the climate of the east and south.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to define environment and the different parts that make up an environment.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanWhat are the differences between the four biomes?(Under 3 ratings)
Science - Unit 2Students will name objects in the sky. Students will describe the relationship between the Earth and Sun. Students will discuss the property of gravity(Under 3 ratings)
Science - Unit 3Students will identify components of the water cycle. Students will discuss destructive and constructive processes. Students will describe different weather patterns.(Under 3 ratings)
Science 2/9/2015Students will be able to describe the biodiversity and climate of rainforests, as well as identify each layer of the rainforest by taking chapter notes in a unique format that contain a minimum of 3 details.(Under 3 ratings)
Science- Grasslands and desert biomes 2/2/2015Students will be able to compare and contrast between desert and grassland biomes through class discussion and completing worksheets with at least 70% accuracy(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish 5 - Review (1st Semester) 1 of 3This lesson is part of a larger review of concepts from the first semester of fifth grade Spanish. Students will demonstrate the ability to use learned words, phrases, and structures proficiently in Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish 5 - Review (1st Semester) 3 of 3This lesson is part of a larger review of concepts from the first semester of fifth grade Spanish. Students will demonstrate the ability to use learned words, phrases, and structures proficiently in Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
The Big Storm IntroductionConcepts and Vocabulary Key Words Listening and Speaking Listen for Information; Role-Play Learning Strategies Build Background; Memorize and Recite(Under 3 ratings)
Thurs 1/22 and Fri 1/23Why the Sea is SaltStudents will read a folktale at grade level, answer comprehension questions in the worktext, and explore inferences and cause and effect in class discussion(Under 3 ratings)
Water VaporStudents will understand the characteristics of water vapor, and the concepts of humidity and condensation by answering seven true and false statements correctly at the end of the lesson.(Under 3 ratings)
Weather: Temperatures and WindsAfter a class discussion and video supplement on temperature and winds, the students will be able to correctly answer the 9 true/false statements located in the chapter textbook.(Under 3 ratings)
¿Qué tiempo hace? (5)Students will hear and recite the following six weather expressions: hace calor; hace frío; hace sol; hace viento; llueve; nieva.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
Classroom DebateStudents should be able to effectively analyze information provided, seek information through other sources, and form educated opinions on topics presented. They should be able to proficiently compose their own arguments and defend their stance. They will learn to utilize technology via the use of laptops and smartphones.(Under 3 ratings)
DVP1 Hands on Lesson "Journey to the center of the Earth"Hands on Objective #1:Students will complete a parfait to represent layers of the earth, with labels indicating all seven layers identified in the text, and be prepared to explain the reasoning for the "materials" chosen to form each layer. Hands On Objective #2: Students will list as many layers of the earth as they can, identify in which layer convection occurs, and be able to describe a selected term to the best of their ability as part of a formative learning assessment.(Under 3 ratings)
Farming Suicides in IndiaMore than 270,000 Indian cotton farmers have killed themselves since 1995. Many say a contributing factor may be the high price of genetically modified seeds flooding the market, which is piling pressure on poorly paid growers, forcing many into a cycle of unmanageable debt. Genetically modified seeds and farming products have made a increase in prices and have also become a staple piece in today's farming techniques. In this lesson, discussing will be around what GMO's are defined as, why India is a huge target for these increasing suicide numbers,(Under 3 ratings)
Intro to class and environmental considerationsDescribe the aspects of and importance of safety and environmental issues, safe work environments, equipment handling, and disposal of equipment(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo teach students about tectonic plates, the layers of the Earth, and volcanoes. Fostering creative and effective learning. Establish cooperative learning skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo teach students about tectonic plates, the layers of the Earth, and volcanoes. Fostering creative and effective learning. Establish cooperative learning skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students will be able to identify the steps of the scientific method; compare and contrast independent and dependent variables; identify the impact of technology in science; compare and contrast laws and theories.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students will be able to apply knowledge of the scientific method and storms to answer multiple choice questions.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Planstudents should be able to read accurately, understand a play script(Under 3 ratings)
Ocean Floor!SWBAT describe and identify different properties and items that make up the ocean floor.(Under 3 ratings)
Rocks and Minerals investigation 2/28/14Students will know how to identify rocks and minerals based on physical characteristics that are naturally found in different samples. Students will also review the use of the scientific method to investigate rock and mineral samples in a testing scenario.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
Animal PlanetThe objective of this lesson is to uncover a reality of issues affecting and impacting wild life. During this lesson, the learning outcomes for students will be to develop good listening and critical thinking skills, expression of views and a basic understanding of issues affecting human-animal-environmental relationships, including Aboriginal perspectives, and finally, discussing and debating conflicting view points that may be present in our society.(Under 3 ratings)
AstronomyLearn about how the Sun works(Under 3 ratings)
Consumer Behaviour and the EnvironmentTo provide students with the opportunity to discover the impact of their own consumer behaviour on ecosystems and the environment.(Under 3 ratings)
Earth MaterialsStudents will be able to: 1. Define a mineral 2. Identify physical properties 3. Explain how minerals are use in our daily lifes 4. Discuss the importance of minerals in driving economic and political policy(Under 3 ratings)
October Science 7th Grade GAAStudents will be able to create and interpret food webs. Students will be able to explain the role the sun plays in a food web. Students will be able to define relationships between organisms. Students will be able to recognize and describe Earth's major terrestrial biomes and aquatic communities.(Under 3 ratings)
The Road to Democracy The Development of Governments in Ancient AthensAfter learning the purpose of governments and some of the types of government, now it is time to connect that information to Greece (Athens). Student will begin to understand the transitions from monarchy to democracy. Citizenship is discussed as well as connections to our representative democracy.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
"Stop the Sun" Essay/ libraryLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: when showing examples that are my supporting details, I must cite evidence from the text by reference to page numbers KNOW: how this can improve my writing DO: apply to my practice assignment(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade US History Week 2Students should be able to identify various types of climates located throughout America. Students should be able to locate various areas of agriculture and industry and speculate on their impact on settlement efforts. Students should be able to locate the major settlement cities on the East Coast of the US. Students will begin to consider the contributions of other countries to our development as a society.(Under 3 ratings)
Essay on ConflictLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: the parts of an essay & how to transfer notes to the essay KNOW: which 3 traits to write about DO: follow teacher modeling & Complete the introduction, ( & 1st body paragraph)(Under 3 ratings)
Essential Questions re: ThemeLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: how character traits reveal the lesson/theme of literature KNOW: how both Terry & his father pushed through their limitations DO: Discuss possible themes, copy statement from overhead(Under 3 ratings)
Layers of the EarthZachary will be pre-taught key components to the lesson to increase comprehension and understanding of in class lesson presentation.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to locate the Mason-Dixon Line, California, Northern States, Southern States. Students should be able to briefly describe the relationship between the Northern and Southern states, as well as the reasons for the succession of the Southern States.(Under 3 ratings)
March Science 6-8th Grade-TrescottThe students will be able to identify and describe the characteristics of different types of rocks. Students will be able to identify and describe the layers of the Earth. Students will be able to describe the rock cycle and its processes. Students will be able to describe and identify different soil types. Students will be able able to use the fossil record in order to determine the age of the fossil. Students will be able to use the fossil record to show how animals have evolved.(Under 3 ratings)
Tree Map/ Library visitLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: purpose a tree map KNOW: how to create "branches" for topics and supporting details DO: tree map for periods 2,3,& 4/Library for periods 5 & 6(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Cells and Their EnvironmentStudents will be able to identify Hypertonic, isotonic and hypotonic environments. Students will understand osmosis and diffusion Students will be able to determine how specific materials move in and out of cells.(Under 3 ratings)
Consumer Culture, the Environment, and the Diversity of Living ThingsTo teach students about the nature and history of consumer culture, and its impacts on global (and local) environments, biodiversity, and human life. As well, students will investigate possible solutions (via human intervention) to the aforementioned consequences.(Under 3 ratings)
Eco-friendly and "Green" Driving1.Compare and contrast the two components of eco-friendly driving 2. Explain the personal and environmental benefits of driving in an eco-friendly way. 3. Solve word problems involving calculations based on real world scenarios.(Under 3 ratings)
Eco-friendly and "Green" Driving1.Compare and contrast the two components of eco-friendly driving 2. Explain the personal and environmental benefits of driving in an eco-friendly way. 3. Solve word problems involving calculations based on real world scenarios.(Under 3 ratings)
EEn.2.5EEn.2.5.1 Summarize the structure and compsition of our atmosphere. EEn.2.5.2 Explain the formation of typical air masses and the weather systems that result from air mass interactions. EEn.2.5.3 Explain how cyclonic storms form based on the interaction of air masses EEn.2.5.4 Predict the weather using available weather maps and data (including surface, upper atmospheric winds, and satellite imagery). EEn.2.5.5 Explain how human activities affect air quality.(Under 3 ratings)
Female Reproductive System ITo learn about the structures of the female reproductive system.(Under 3 ratings)
Female Reproductive System IITo learn about the structures of the female reproductive system.(Under 3 ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/31Students will be introduced to histograms and understand its significance in analyzing data. Students will gain a better understanding as science as a human endeavor.(Under 3 ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/2The students will be able to make inferences based on facts given. Students will be able to discuss the function of a bar, line, and circle chart. Students will be able to analyze the data found on bar, line, and circle charts.(Under 3 ratings)
Homeostasis1. Students will be able to explain how diversity of populations within ecosystems relates to the stability of ecosystems. 2. Student will be able to explain disease as a failure of homeostasis. 3. Students will be able to relate processes at the system level to the cellular level in order to explain dynamic equilibrium in multicelled organisms.(Under 3 ratings)
Human ConsumptionBig Idea: People have the responsibility to assess their impact on climate change and to identify effective courses of action to reduce this impact. Students will discover how much they consume in a day. They will compare this with other students in the class. Students will learn about ways to consume less, and what over consumption is doing to the planet.(Under 3 ratings)
ImmunityExplain disease as a failure of homeostasis.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should learn... 1) How water is an energy agent. 2) How ground water and surface water interact. 3) Currents/heating 4) Water cycle 5) River systems 6) Human influences on fresh water availability.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1) How water can be used as energy 2) How ground water and surface water interact 3) Explain currents/heating 4) Hydrosphere cycle 5) River systems 6) Water pollution(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should learn... 1 Water cycle 2) River systems 3)Human impact on fresh water availability(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to answer essential questions: What natural resources can be found in the regions? What climate regions affect settlement and vegetation in the U.S. and Canada?(Under 3 ratings)
Letters to MamaStudents will distinguish the motivations of the characters in "ARS" using the play to create a persuasive letter.(Under 3 ratings)
Male Reproductive System ITo learn about the structures of the male reproductive system.(Under 3 ratings)
Male Reproductive System IITo learn about the structures of the male reproductive system.(Under 3 ratings)
Modeling the Mapping the Ocean Floor using Remote SensingStudents will perform research to: *Identify and describe the different types of plate boundaries. *Relate seafloor structures to types of plate boundaries. *Describe methods of remote sensing. *Determine the methods of heat transfer within Earth's mantle and connect to the movement of the crustal plates. Students will: * Measure to the nearest .01 cm * Construct and use a data table using Excel * Produce a 3-D topographic map of the "ocean floor" using Excel *Produce a 3-D Wire Frame map of the "ocean floor" using Excel *Produce a colored contour map of the "ocean floor" using Excel *Produce a contour map of the "ocean floor" using Excel * Produce cross-sectional profiles using Excel Students will: *Work cooperatively within small groups to carry out the activity. * Accept responsibility for being and active participant. * Listen to the suggestions and ideas of their partners. * Listen to and respectfully ask questions of other groups. * Accept responsibility for the group's workstation and materials. Each group will: * Contribute research to the class slide show using google slides. * Post their completed maps and profiles into a slide show.(Under 3 ratings)
Nature as a resource for human consumptionThe goal of this lesson is to teach grade 9 (applied) students about the devastating effect of human activity on the environment. Through this lesson they will learn the basic knowledge related to sustainable ecosystems and how to identify with nature. By the end of the lesson they should have a strong idea about their ecological identity and they must be able to differentiate between the healthy of nature as a necessity of our existence and the popular (and much more selfish) view that nature is simply a resource for human consumption.(Under 3 ratings)
Ocean Biome: Coral Reefs2.1 Summarize terms associated with ecology and conservation. I can differentiate between Freshwater and Oceanic Biomes. I can identify the different zones of the ocean. i can create a food web of the ocean.(Under 3 ratings)
Ocean Zones and Life2.1 Summarize terms associated with ecology and conservation. I can identify the different zones of the ocean. I can identify different species in each zone.(Under 3 ratings)
Regents Living Environment1. Students will be able to explain how diversity of populations within ecosystems relates to the stability of ecosystems. 2. Student will be able to explain disease as a failure of homeostasis. 3. Students will be able to relate processes at the system level to the cellular level in order to explain dynamic equilibrium in multicelled organisms.(Under 3 ratings)
Seeing and Applying Density - LabStudents will mathematically predict the amount of mass added to an object that will cause a structure to become more dense than water and sink. T(Under 3 ratings)
Sustainable Ecosystems: The case of Zika vs BeesBy the end of this lesson the students should be able to identify the concerns regarding human activities and their negative impact on terrestrial ecosystems. This lesson specifically will focus on the case study of protection against zika virus (by spraying against the mosquito that carries it) and hurting millions of honey bees almost instantaneously.(Under 3 ratings)
Sustainable Ecosystems: The case of Zika vs BeesBy the end of this lesson the students should be able to identify the concerns regarding human activities and their negative impact on terrestrial ecosystems. This lesson specifically will focus on the case study of protection against zika virus (by spraying against the mosquito that carries it) and hurting millions of honey bees almost instantaneously.(Under 3 ratings)
The American DreamSWBAT -Define The American Dream. -Write their own definitions of "The American Dream" -Learn the setting of "A Raisin in the Sun" -Find out about Lorraine Hansberry -Agree/Disagree with a video on "The American Dream"(Under 3 ratings)
The impact of consumerismStudents will assess the impact of wastefulness and landfills on the environment. They will relate this to their own consumerism and come up with ideas for alternative lifestyle choices. Through research they will understand the far-reaching and serious impacts that unbridled consumerism has on the environment.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
Chapter 1, Section 2 Nature of ScienceStudents will be able to identify five of the seven reasons why we study science with 70% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1, Section 3 The Method of ScienceStudents will be able to identify and complete the steps of the scientific method with 70% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chemistry &CoralsThe objective of this lesson is to help students understand how increased amount of carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels is changing the acidity of the ocean and affecting coral reefs and other marine animals. Students will have the opportunity to conduct an experiment to see whether the increased amount of carbon dioxide is making the oceans more basic or acidic and what the consequences mean for our future generations.(Under 3 ratings)
Chemistry &CoralsThe objective of this lesson is to help students understand how increased amount of carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels is changing the acidity of the ocean and affecting coral reefs and other marine animals. Students will have the opportunity to conduct an experiment to see whether the increased amount of carbon dioxide is making the oceans more basic or acidic and what the consequences mean for our future generations.(Under 3 ratings)
Chemistry &CoralsThe objective of this lesson is to help students understand how increased amount of carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels is changing the acidity of the ocean and affecting coral reefs and other marine animals. Students will have the opportunity to conduct an experiment to see whether the increased amount of carbon dioxide is making the oceans more basic or acidic and what the consequences mean for our future generations.(Under 3 ratings)
Climate Change IntroFor students to know the effects of the changing climate on the different species that live on Earth and what this means for global food sources and habitats(Under 3 ratings)
Climate Change StationsInvestigate various natural and human factors that influence Earth's climate and climate change (D2 grade 10 curriculum)(Under 3 ratings)
Defining Natural Selection in the EnvironmentStudents will understand how to explain natural selection and it causes of evolutionary theory in the environment.(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 21. Understand the measures for keeping a clean and safe home or day care facility 2. Compare and contrast disinfect with sanitize 3. Identify proper cleaning techniques 4. Describe importance of a safe and clean setting for child care 5. Identify SIDS and its known causes(Under 3 ratings)
Earth and Space Science: Climate ChangeStudents should be able to come up with some issues resulting from climate change, as a review from a previous class This will lead a discussion into lesser known effects of climate change, which will set up for a research project in the future.(Under 3 ratings)
Environmental ConcernsDefine pollution and cite examples in the modern world. Relate conflicts over the cost-benefit issues of pollution to the development of environmental laws. Indicate how scientific data and conclusions can inform societal decisions about specific case studies. Explain the chemistry of air pollution. Discuss modern technology and how is used to monitor and alleviate air pollution. Explain the chemistry and environmental effects of acid rain. Discuss modern technology and how is used to manage solid waste. Explain the process for recycling at home and in a larger societal context. Communicate your pollution field study data. Summarize the biodiversity case study, showing an understanding of the facts involved. Give examples of biodiversity issues in a historical and modern context. Discuss modern technology and how is used to manage biodiversity. Explain the terms global climate change, global warming, and global climate disruption. Cite data related to global climate change, global warming, and global climate disruption.(Under 3 ratings)
Fairy Tales - The Snow Queen(week of 5/10)Students should be able to successfully complete a unit assessment, explain the key conceptions behind fairy tales, and identify links between fairy tales and prior mythology.(Under 3 ratings)
Human ActivityWhat is the relationship between humans and climate? Students are to investigate how humans affect the Earth's climate and how humans affect the Earth's ecology(Under 3 ratings)
Human ActivityWhat is the relationship between humans and climate? Students are to investigate how humans affect the Earth's climate and how humans affect the Earth's ecology(Under 3 ratings)
Humans and the EarthStudents wil learn about: You Are Here Properties of Minerals Soil Around the World Using Freshwater Resources Water to Drink Ocean Pollution Air Quality Unit Test(Under 3 ratings)
Intro to Climate ChangeTo create an awareness of climate change, and to create an emotional connection to the topic(Under 3 ratings)
Investigating Climate ChangeStudents will observe how climate change, past and present, has shaped the environment in their region. They will determine whether the change has been natural or human-caused, and where appropriate, analyze the benefits or drawbacks of human intervention. Lastly, they will research one effect of climate change that they have observed in the area and find out where else in the world is being affected by the same processes.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson #1 - Human activity and the effect on our planetThe objective of today's lesson is to introduce the topic of climate change (Lesson 1). How has human civilization contributed to climate change? How has civilization's gain of knowledge and development of technologies impacted our planet? How has this affected our planet in a positive or negative way? Has this contributed to climate change? What is CO2 and does it have the potential to contribute to global warming and climate change?(Under 3 ratings)
Organisms and the EnvironmentTeach student: Living Things and the Environment Studying Populations Changes in Communities Unit Test(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Science Periods 3,4,5,and6TO show mastery in the usage of the periodic table by using it's content to answer questions about various elements and their uses that are contained within the table. To show research and explanation skills concerning water use projects for environmental science(Under 3 ratings)
Symbiosis and Biomes Test ReviewStudents will be able to describe the different types of symbiotic relationships and compare and contrast the different biomes.(Under 3 ratings)
Symbiosis and Biomes Test ReviewStudents will be able to describe the different types of symbiotic relationships and compare and contrast the different biomes.(Under 3 ratings)
The Case of the Missing Bees: High Fructose Corn Syrup and Colony Collapse1. Identify what is science, what clearly is not science, and what superficially resembles science (but fails to meet the criteria for science). 2. Identify which questions can be answered through science and which questions are outside the boundaries of scientific investigation, such as questions addressed by other ways of knowing, such as art, philosophy, and religion.(Under 3 ratings)
TV Broadcast AssessmentStudents will create their own science centered broadcast according to rubric guidelines.(Under 3 ratings)
Using Earth's EnergyStudents will learn about: Earth's Energy Budget Nonrenewable Resources Renewable Resources The Social Costs of Resource Use Resource Conservation Energy Conservation Electrical Safety(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
Anatomy 8/21Students will understand the expectations, consequences, and routines of my classroom.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1, Sections 1 & 2 Understanding Our Environment and The Environment and SocietyStudents will able to (SWBAT) describe the "Tragedy of the Commons" with 80% accuracy. SWBAT explain the law of supply and demand with 100% accuracy. SWBAT list three differences between developed and developing countries with 80% accuracy. SWBAT distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable sources with 80% accuracy. SWBAT describe the major environmental effects of hunter-gathers, the agriculture revolution, and the Industrial Revolution with 70% accuracy. SWBAT define environmental science with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 10 BiodiversitySWBAT list and describe three levels of biodiversity with 80% accuracy. SWBAT explain four ways in which biodiversity is important to ecosystems and humans with 80% accuracy. SWBAT defined and give examples of endangered and threatened species with 80% accuracy. SWBAT explain which types of threats are habing the largest impact on biodiversity with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 11 and 12 Water and AirSWBAT describe the distribution on Earth's water resources with 80% accuracy. SWBAT explain why fresh water is one of Earth's limited resources with 80% accuracy. SWBAT identify five primary air pollutants and give sources for each with 80% accuracy. SWBAT describe the way in which smog is formed 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2, Sections 3 & 2 Statistics and Models & Making Informed DecisionsStudents will be able to (SWBAT) describe three values that people consider when making decisions about the environment with 100% accuracy. SWBAT explain how scientists use statistics with 100% accuracy. SWBAT describe three types of models commonly used by scientists with 70% accuracy. SWBAT describe three types of models commonly used by scientists with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 3, Sections 2 & 3 The Atmosphere and The BiosphereStudents will be able to (SWBAT) describe the composition of the Earth's atmosphere and the layers of the Earth's atmosphere with 80% accuracy. SWBAT explain three mechanisms of heat transfer in Earth's atmosphere with 90% accuracy. SWBAT name the three major processes in the water cycle with 100% accuracy. SWBAT list the factors that confine life to the biosphere with 100% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6 & 7 Assessment BIOThe student will be able to (SWBAT) describe the factors that determine where an organism lives in an aquatic ecosystem with 80% accuracy. The SWBAT explain how temperature and precipitation determine which plants grow in an area with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6 & 7 Assessment ESThe student will be able to (SWBAT) describe the factors that determine where an organism lives in an aquatic ecosystem with 80% accuracy. The SWBAT explain how temperature and precipitation determine which plants grow in an area with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6, BiomesStudent will be able to (SWBAT) explain how temperature and precipitation determine which plants grow in an area with 90% accuracy. SWBAT to explain how latitude and altitude affect which plants grow in an area with 90% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 7 Aquatic EcosystemsSWBAT describe the factors that determine where an organism lives in an aquatic ecosystem with 80% accuracy. SWBAT describe two environmental functions of wetlands with 80% accuracy. SWBAT describe one threat against river ecosystems with 80% accuracy. SWBAT explain why an estuary is a very productive ecosystem with 80% accuracy. SWBAT describe tow threats to coral reefs and ocean organisms with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 8 Understanding PopulationsSWBAT describe the factors that determine where an organism lives in an aquatic ecosystem with 80% accuracy. SWBAT describe two environmental functions of wetlands with 80% accuracy. SWBAT describe one threat against river ecosystems with 80% accuracy. SWBAT explain why an estuary is a very productive ecosystem with 80% accuracy. SWBAT describe tow threats to coral reefs and ocean organisms with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 9 The Human PopulationSWBAT define four properties that scientists use to predict population sizes with 80% accuracy. SWBAT explain why different countries may be at different stages of the demographic transition with 80 % accuracy. SWBAT describe three problems caused by rapid human growth with 80% accuracy. SWBAT analyze strategies countries may use to reduce their population growth with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
ES Chapter 2, Section 1 Scientific MethodsSWBAT list and describe the steps of the scientific method with 90% accuracy. SWBAT describe why a good hypothesis is not simply a guess with 100% accuracy. SWBAT describe the two essential parts of a good experiment with 80% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
ES Chapter 3, Sections 1 The GeosphereStudents will be able to (SWBAT) describe the composition and structure of the Earth with 90% accuracy. SWBAT describe the Earth's tectonic plates and their function with 100% accuracy. SWBAT explin the main cause of earthquakes and their effects with 100% accuracy. SWBAT describe how wind and water alter the Earth's surface with 90% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Forensic Science• Define crime scene and search warrant, and explain the constraints placed on investigators by Mincey v. Arizona and Michigan v. Tyler. • Develop a crime scene sketch. • Distinguish between the roles of detectives, crime scene investigators, and forensic scientists in investigating a crime. • Identify the education, training, and job requirements of every position related to crime scene investigations. • List and explain the sequential steps required in the analysis of a crime scene from the arrival of the first officer (including the collecting and packaging of evidence). • Describe the duties of forensic science personnel, including medical examiners, crime scene investigators, and forensic anthropologists. • Describe the role of each person at a crime scene, including the tools each uses. • Describe the role of the crime scene photographer, and explain how the photographer supports other crime scene personnel. • Describe the scientific processes used in forensic science and the role of the scientific method in forensic procedures. • Distinguish between base units and derived units. • Distinguish between precision and accuracy. • Explain and give examples of Locard's exchange principle and its application to understanding the nature and details of a crime. • Explain the importance of legal cases and precedents, including Frye and Daubert cases. • Explain the technical requirements of common equipment used to photograph crime scenes. • Identify and describe the contributions of major innovators in forensic science. • Identify and evaluate equipment used to produce accurate crime scene photographs. • Identify the role and importance of forensic science, and give examples of how forensic science is in the service of law.(Under 3 ratings)
How Can We Create Cleaner Coal?The goal for this lesson is to study the physical and chemical properties of coal and it's impact on our environment. Furthermore, students will learn about clean coal technologies, specifically the carbon capture and sequestration methods and will be asked to come up with innovative method ideas to put in place.(Under 3 ratings)
How far are we from nature?Students will review a poem and an excerpt about creativity, and teacher will lead a discussion about the role of technology.(Under 3 ratings)
Human activities and its impact on the environmentThis class is an introductory class on the Unit: Human Health and the Environment(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn about how different cultures or societies support environmental sustainability, and how this sustainability in turn supports the society or culture. Students must dig deeper - discuss WHY this society or culture chooses to be environmentally sustainable, from their own perspective. Students will suggest ways they can change their current way of living in order to become more environmentally sustainable, as well as why or why not they would want to do so.(Under 3 ratings)
M.L.P - Elif Altuntas 09/28/17Students should be able to determine, based on the questionnaire and various environmental identities, wether or not they are pulled into the world of consumerism and how this affects their ability to be more environmentally responsive.(Under 3 ratings)
Sedimentary RocksStudents will be able to understand the different types of sedimentary rocks that they have previously learned how they are formed.(Under 3 ratings)
SVN3M - M.L.P Elif AltuntasBy the end of this class, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of one of the following topics and have put together a clear template on how they'd like to explain their topic to the class.(Under 3 ratings)
The Art of Racing in the Rain- To show how the author, Garth Stein, utilizes figurative language as a primary writing strategy to relate powerful messages to his audience through Enzo's careful, funny narration. - To show how the racing strategies and skills Denny has learned will help him through impending internal and external conflicts.(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
"The Lungs of the Earth: The Story of Chico Mendez"Students will be able to read the story on their own as a homework assignment, make note of vocabulary words for a quiz in subsequent class, comprehend what takes place in the story, and discuss the issue of rain forest destruction and people making a stand for its protection.(Under 3 ratings)
An Emotioally Smart Literacy Environment for ELLsHow do we teach English Language Learners?(Under 3 ratings)
Rehearsal Plan 3/29/17SWBAT The Raging River 1. Connect vocabulary terms studied from "Into the Raging River" directly to their performance. 2. Play through "Into the Raging River" with a minimum of stops. 3. Successfully play chromatic patterns before bar 155 4. Successfully play in 7/8 time. 5. Play lyrical passages with expression and sensitivity. 6. Determine what passages need attention for future rehearsals. Sea Songs (if time) 7. Understand and appreciate the history of "Portsmouth" 8. Play "Portsmouth"(Under 3 ratings)
Rehearsal Plan 9/19/16SWBAT The Raging River 1. Connect vocabulary terms studied from "Into the Raging River" directly to their performance. 2. Play through "Into the Raging River" with a minimum of stops. 3. Successfully play chromatic patterns before bar 155 4. Successfully play in 7/8 time. 5. Play lyrical passages with expression and sensitivity. 6. Determine what passages need attention for future rehearsals. Sea Songs 7. Understand and appreciate the history of "Portsmouth"(Under 3 ratings)
SBI4U- MLP #2Students should be able to verbally communicate human health issues based on the impact of human activities on the environment. Students should also be able to connect to how overall this is an increasing issue based on a society of people trying to become more sustainable, regardless of the costs.(Under 3 ratings)
The Worlds Oceans (Unit 5) Section 2Students will be able to understand where the 6 major oceans are located and understand the difference between Oceans and Seas.(Under 3 ratings)

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