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Kindergarten:
Chicka Chicka Boom BoomStudents should be able to recognize the letters of the alphabet.(Under 3 ratings)
Different Types of PlantsStudents will differentiate between fruits and vegetables using their Preferred Mode of Communication (PMC). Students will develop an understanding of plant diversity, and the awareness of how plants are the similar, and how they are different.(Under 3 ratings)
Kindergarten treesStudents will understand basic elements of creating a tree. They will use the letter Y as a base for their drawings.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students will be able to identify the parts of the plant. They will begin to understand the life cycle of a plant.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to identify the different parts of a tree(Under 3 ratings)
Plant Unit (conclusion) - Describing the ResultsStudents will be able to express (verbal and writing) appropriate descriptive words to define the physical appearance of selected plants (in conclusion of our Plant Unit); students will be able to differentiate between positive and negative descriptive words; students will be able to differentiate between opposites in descriptive words to fit the scenario.(Under 3 ratings)
PlantsChildren will learn how plants grow including new vocabulary words such as soil, grass, moisture, dehydration, hydration. Children will plant a seed and watch it grow, make predictions, read books on the topic including fiction and non fiction. Students will understand the role of the sun as well the way in which a plant obtains nutrients for growth.(Under 3 ratings)
PlantsChildren will learn how plants grow including new vocabulary words such as soil, grass, moisture, dehydration, hydration. Children will plant a seed and watch it grow, make predictions, read books on the topic including fiction and non fiction. Students will understand the role of the sun as well the way in which a plant obtains nutrients for growth.(Under 3 ratings)
Rainbow And Shape TreeStudents will identify the colors of the rainbow n rainbow order. They will also use Shapes learned from a prior lesson to create a picture. They will use the letter Y to draw the trunk of a tree.(Under 3 ratings)
Raised Trees Bas ReliefStudents will develop fine motor skills via tactile manipulation using model magic. They will understand the concept of a relief sculpture(Under 3 ratings)
ScienceStudents will learn about how to make a seed grow by planting seeds.(Under 3 ratings)
1st Grade:
* Wk 16 - Science - Learning about Plants: PhotosynthesisIdentify the parts of a leaf and the function of each part. Learn what photosynthesis is. Discover why the leaves change colors in the fall.(Under 3 ratings)
Big Idea and Vocabulary CardSWBAT: Recognize that all plants need the basic necessities of air, water, food, and space.(Under 3 ratings)
Important Parts of a PlantSWBAT: -Recognize that all plants need the basic necessities of air, water, food, and space. -Identify the major parts of plants, including stem, roots, leaves, and flowers.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanBuild science vocabulary, while learning about plants, how to grow plants and how to record and make observations about the plants. I can make observations about how plants grow and record my observations.(Under 3 ratings)
Life Cycle of a PlantStudents will be able to identify and label the life cycle of a plant. Standard: ELA.1.SL.5 Add drawings or other visual displays to descriptions when appropriate to clarify ideas.(Under 3 ratings)
Parts of a PlantSWBAT: -Recognize that all plants need the basic necessities of air, water, food, and space. -Identify the major parts of plants, including stem, roots, leaves, and flowers.(Under 3 ratings)
Parts of a PlantStudents will be able to identify and label the parts of a plant and write the purpose for each part of the plant.(Under 3 ratings)
Parts of a PlantStudents will be able to identify and label the parts of a plant and write the purpose for each part of the plant.(Under 3 ratings)
Parts of a Plant LessonStudents will be able to identify and label the parts of a plant and write the purpose for each part of the plant.(Under 3 ratings)
Parts of a Plant LessonStudents will be able to identify and label the parts of a plant and write the purpose for each part of the plant.(Under 3 ratings)
PlantsStudents will learn that plants change as they grow. To grow a plant you need a plan(Under 3 ratings)
The Lettuce Garden - Day OneStudents will learn to mix compost & topsoil for planting seeds. Students will learn about what plants need to survive and thrive. Students will create a lettuce garden, observing and documenting plant growth, through to the point of harvesting and eating the food they grow.(Under 3 ratings)
What Plants Must HaveSWBAT: Recognize that all plants need the basic necessities of air, water, food, and space. Expalin how plants use their parts to meet their basic needs.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 12 Plants and Animals (Food Chain)Understand what plants and animals need to survive. Realize that plants make their own food, and animals hunt for their food. Understand the difference between carnivores, omnivores, and herbivores. Learn about the food chain and how all living things depend on plants for survival.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 13 - Science - Learning about Plants: SeedsIdentify common seeds. Identify the parts of a seed. Identify the parts of a plant and their functions. Learn about the different methods of seed dispersal. Identify the conditions necessary for seed growth.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 14 - Science - Learning about Plants: FlowersLearn about the parts of a flower. Understand how pollination works. Learn how bees and other insects are crucial to the process of pollination(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
2nd grade reading intervention 1/27/ 14 lesson 10 The Tree Housetswbat read fluently with 60% accuracy respond to comprehension questions with 70% accuracy will identify synonyms with 70% accuracy decode words with /th/ th & /hw/ wh sound with 70% accuracy read 1st 100 of 1st 1000 words with 75% accuracy(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 Science, 09-08-2014SWBAT: Describe plant parts(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 Science, 09-08-2014SWBAT: Describe plant parts(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 Science, 09-09-2014SWBAT: recite the Life Cycle of a plant(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 Science, 09-09-2014SWBAT: recite the Life Cycle of a plant(Under 3 ratings)
PLANTSStudents will be able to identify the parts of a plant.(Under 3 ratings)
PLANTSStudents will be able to identify the parts of a plant.(Under 3 ratings)
Science LessonList the 4 basic needs of living things. Predict and observe how habitats provide basic needs. Create a model of a habitat incorporating the 4 basic needs of an animal. Recognize the characteristics of the 5 habitats.(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
3rd: The Flower Song: Introduction to Singing (August)Today I can sing along with a group(Under 3 ratings)
5-12Describe what plants need to live. Describe plant parts and their functions. Describe how plants get what they need to live. SC.B.1.2.3.3.1 SC.H.1.2.1.3.1(Under 3 ratings)
5-12Describe what plants need to live. Describe plant parts and their functions. Describe how plants get what they need to live. SC.B.1.2.3.3.1 SC.H.1.2.1.3.1(Under 3 ratings)
A Tree is GrowingTREES: Objectives: Students will compare and contrast types of trees. Students will identify root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Students will correctly use the verb be and helping verbs. Students will read fluently with expression.(Under 3 ratings)
A Tree is GrowingTREES: Objectives: Students will compare and contrast types of trees. Students will identify root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Students will correctly use the verb be and helping verbs. Students will read fluently with expression.(Under 3 ratings)
A Tree is GrowingTREES: Objectives: Students will compare and contrast types of trees. Students will identify root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Students will correctly use the verb be and helping verbs. Students will read fluently with expression.(Under 3 ratings)
A Tree is GrowingTREES: Objectives: Students will compare and contrast types of trees. Students will identify root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Students will correctly use the verb be and helping verbs. Students will read fluently with expression.(Under 3 ratings)
Day 1 - April 27, 2015 Lesson by Mitzi RodriguezStudents will be able to classify flowering and non-flowering plants into major groups, according to their physical characteristics.(Under 3 ratings)
Day 2 - April 28, 2015 Lesson by Mitzi RodriguezStudents will be able to classify flowering and non-flowering plants into major groups, according to their physical characteristics.(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)
Rocks and SoilStudents will be able to compare and contrast different types of rocks.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit OpenerConcepts and Vocabulary Parts of a Plant: seed, root, stem, etc.; Plant Life Cycle; What Plants Need Listening and Speaking Listen for Information Viewing Respond to a Visual Image Representing Puzzle Drawing Writing Labels(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
Concrete Flower: Lesson 1Student will begin to understand the impact media has on standards of beauty and concepts such as the golden ratio.(Under 3 ratings)
Concrete Flower: Lesson 1Student will begin to understand the impact media has on standards of beauty and concepts such as the golden ratio.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1. List the reasons that soils are important 2. Discuss the functions of soil as related to plant growth. 3. Select factors that affect soil formation 4. List four physical properties of soil 5. Identify five kinds of soil structure 6. Match terms indicating soil color and depth with their correct descriptions(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)
Tree-Mendous PlotsStudents record and graph data. In groups, they will work to interpret the graphs. Finally, students will write stories that correspond to given graphs.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
Lesson PlanLearning Target: Will learn to make flowers with duck tape.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will synthesize multiple online multi-media sources of information into a written report regarding the tree's life span and how it is used as a resource in the world.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
Lesson PlanStudents can explain that mulitcellular organisms have specialized cells along with identifying the similarities and differences among sub specialized cellular components within plant and animal cells.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
B. Berry lesson plans 5-12/5-16KNOW the literary device CHARACTERIZATION UNDERSTAND the goal of the operation on Charlie Gordon & how media compares to the actual story. DO read to page 227-230 & watch 15- 20 min. of a movie based on the story(Under 3 ratings)
B. Berry lesson plans 5-19/5-23KNOW (from yesterday) & how movies may depart from the story line UNDERSTAND (from yesterday) & why movies need to create visual, emotional impact DO work on narrative essay & take notes on differences in the movie vs. story(Under 3 ratings)
B. Berry lesson plans 5-19/5-23KNOW the content of the essay's CONCLUSION UNDERSTAND how to transfer the flee map information to the rough draft in 20-25 minutes DO finish FLEE MAP, work on draft, and go to library to return books & view book fair(Under 3 ratings)
B. Berry lesson plans 5-5 to 5-9as yesterday; add new ?'s and "plot development"(Under 3 ratings)
B. Berry lesson plans 5/27-5/30KNOW the importance of building your essay around your thesis statement UNDERSTAND how to cite evidence, giving 2 examples for each body paragraph DO continue writing essay without talking(Under 3 ratings)
B. Berry lesson plans for Berry 5-5 to 5-9KNOW how to record new vocabulary; making inferences UNDERSTAND author's use of "characterization"; mental disabilities DO Read, discuss with partner, record text dependent question #4(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-12/5-16see 5a(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-12/5-16KNOW literary device of CHARACTERIZATION UNDERSTAND how author moves the story forward through the PROGRESS REPORTS DO record vocabulary in cnb on pages 236-239 as warm up activity. Read to page 236, discuss questions 5 & 6; record.(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-12/5-16KNOW differences in intelligence UNDERSTAND the changes in both Charlie & Algernon DO read, discuss, record responses(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-12/5-16KNOW theme is revealed through plot development & CHARACTERIZATION UNDERSTAND the changes in Charlie & Algernon; predict future for Charlie DO discuss possible themes;record responses; continue reading(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-19/5-23KNOW different types of intelligence & CHARACTERIZATION UNDERSTAND the purpose of the sequence map and flee map DO *finish #1-9, vocabulary, & sequence map * create essay introduction on the flee map(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-19/5-23KNOW the purpose of the essay UNDERSTAND the elements of the INTRODUCTION & BODY PARAGRAPHS DO complete the introduction & the first body paragraph on the flee map(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-19/5-23KNOW creative license used to film a story UNDERSTAND the comparisons between story & film DO complete movie; complete notes(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 5-5 to 5-9as yesterday ?'s 5,6(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 6/2-6/6KNOW how to create the double bubble map (begun last week) UNDERSTAND how movies change part of a story's setting & actions to create visual impact & hold the viewers attention DO finish the movie and complete the compare/contrast map(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 6/2-6/6KNOW essay rubrics UNDERSTAND what makes a proficient essay DO compare their District essays to sample & read T. notes on S. essays on "Flowers for Algernon"(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans for 5/27-5/30KNOW the importance of completing all work today UNDERSTAND that a rough draft needs editing & revising DO complete the writing task before class ends(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans week of 5-5to5-9KNOW names of main characters & point of view UNDERSTAND artificial intelligence & new vocabulary DO read aloud; discuss whole class; answer text dependent questions(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)
Flowers for Algernon LessonStudents will be able to identify the obstacle(s) that the main character faces within the story and what he does to resolve these articles.(Under 3 ratings)
Mrs. Flowers Intro to Civil Rights MovementStudents will comprehend an autobiography account from Maya Angelou's life. Students will identify the text structure and genre. Students will understand vocabulary Students will understand the historical context of the autobiography.(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:
Different Type of RootsStandard 6.3: Summarize terms related to plant process. Standard 8.7: Diagram plant parts I can identify the different types of roots.(Under 3 ratings)
Edible Plant Biodiversity in my BackyardUnderstand that there are more wild edible plants in Ontario than you think! With a guest presentation from a local wild edible plants expert, Peggy Calder, student will be able to understand the importance of plants found in our area as a food source to first nations before colonization.(Under 3 ratings)
Edible Plant Biodiversity in my BackyardUnderstand that there are more wild edible plants in Ontario than you think! With a guest presentation from a local wild edible plants expert, Peggy Calder, student will be able to understand the importance of plants found in our area as a food source to first nations before colonization.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStandard 4.1 Evaluate the importance of plant structures Standard 4.2: Explain the functions of plant structures. I can identify the different parts of a flower. I can explain the importance and function of flowers.(Under 3 ratings)
Plant and Animal Cell LabObserve the general structures and organelles of a plant (onion) and animal (human cheek) cell. Identify major differences between plant and animal cells. Students will be able to identify and state the characteristic that is unique to eukaryotic cells Students will have an understanding of the structure and functions of the cells. Be able to identify cells by size and shape whether unicellular, multicellular, plant or animal.(Under 3 ratings)
Plant ID: Dusty MillerStandard 7.3: Idenfity common greenhouse plants. I can correctly identify Dusty Miller Silverdust. I can explain the cultural requirements of Dusty Miller Silver Dust.(Under 3 ratings)
Plants with different types of rootsStandard 6.3: Summerize terms related to plant process. Standard 8.7: Diagram plant parts. I can describe the various structures of the root. I can describe the tissues found in roots. I can distinguish between taproots, lateral roots, adventitious roots, and fibrous roots. I can explain the function of plant roots.(Under 3 ratings)
RootsStandard 6.3: Summerize terms related to plant process. Standard 8.7: Diagram plant parts(Under 3 ratings)
Vegetative ReproductionStandard 6.3: Summerize terms related to plant process. Standard 6.9: Distinguish between sexual and asexual reproduction I can differinate between sexual and asexual reproduction. I can explain vegetative reproduction.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
Plant Propagation MethodsStandard 5.1: Examin methods of plant propagation. Standard 5.2: Compare the benefits of sexual and asexual reproduction of plants. I can identify the different types of cuttings. I can explain the benefits of asexual propagation.(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
Factors that affect plant growthTo observe a variety of plants in a local forest/patch of vegetation and determine how surrounding factors cause differences in plant structure and function. Example: Sunlight, soil nutrients. Most importantly, transferring the lesson into the local environment creates a new learning opportunity, and immerses students in nature! Overall Expectation F2: investigate the structures and functions of plant tissues, and factors affecting plant growth(Under 3 ratings)
Photosynthesis Research PresentationsStudents will be exposed to recent research on photosynthesis. Students will have the opportunity to teach peers about photosynthesis. Students will have the opportunity to practice public speaking skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Plant Growth After PruningStandard 4.1: Evaluate the imortance of plant structures. Standard 4.2: Explain the functions of plant structures. I can identify the parts of a plant. I can prune a plant in a the correct spot. I can demonstrate how a plant grows after pruning.(Under 3 ratings)
Plant IdentificationStandard 7.3: Idenfity common greenhouse plants. I can compare and contrast chacteristics of plants. I can correctly identify common greenhouse plants.(Under 3 ratings)
Plant Identification: New Guinea ImpatiensStandard 7.3: Idenfity common greenhouse plants. I can compare and contrast chacteristics of plants. I can correctly identify common greenhouse plants.(Under 3 ratings)
Plugging3.1 Explaing the mjor functions of growing media. 4.1 Evaluate the importance of plant structures. I can identify the parts of plant. I can explain the purpose of growing media. I can demonstrate how to properly plant a plug.(Under 3 ratings)
Trimming Monkey Grass4.6 Evaluate techniques for pruning and caring for trees and shrubs. I can explain the purpose of ground covers. I can demonstrate the proper method of ground cover care.(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
Lesson Plan4.1 Select trees and shrubs for a specific area in a landscape or hardiness zone. I can understand the importance of Plant Hardiness Zone Map(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStandard 6.1: Summerize terms related to cell structure and genetics. I can identify the different structers of a plant cell. I can explain the function of each cell structure.(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk3L1To demonstrate knowledge of the theory of metal expansion and heat transfer(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk3L1/2To perform heat transfer calculations and their mechanical/electrical equivalents(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk3L7/8To perform heat transfer calculations and their mechanical/electrical equivalents(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk3L7/8To perform heat transfer calculations and their mechanical/electrical equivalents(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk4 L3/4To perform mechanical/electrical equivalents calculations and answer review exercises pp. 96-98(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk4 L5/6To perform mechanical/electrical equivalents calculations and answer review exercises pp. 96-98(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk4L9/10To perform heat transfer calculations and their mechanical/electrical equivalents(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk5L1/2To perform gas law calculations using absolute temperature and volume.(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk5L5/6To perform gas law calculations combining Boyle's and Charles's Law and applying PV = wRT(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk5L9/10Review Exercises Section A and B pp. 124 -126(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk6L1/2Review Exercises Section A and B pp. 124 -126(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk6L3/4Review and Test(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk6L5/6Isothermal VS Adiabatic Compression(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk7L7/8Complete Section 2.4 Efficiency of Ideal Heat Cycles(Under 3 ratings)
SNC 132 Wk7L9/10Complete Section 2.4 Efficiency of Ideal Heat Cycles(Under 3 ratings)

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