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Kindergarten:
"JUNGLE GYM"Mini-Lesson - Positive Self Image: To instill confidence in each child while he/she embraces his/her uniqueness. Physical Activity: Each student will demonstrate the ability to: * hop, gallop, crawl * listen to directions(Under 3 ratings)
"JUNGLE GYM"Mini-Lesson - Positive Self Image: To instill confidence in each child while he/she embraces his/her uniqueness. Physical Activity: Each student will demonstrate the ability to: * hop, gallop, crawl * listen to directions(Under 3 ratings)
A Treaty is More Than a PromiseExpress a personal understanding of the nature of making and keeping a promise as it relates to treaty-making.(Under 3 ratings)
African American History - 1Introduce history of African-Americans through picture books, and Google Maps.(Under 3 ratings)
African American History - 2Continue history of African-Americans through picture books, and Google Maps.(Under 3 ratings)
African American History - 3Continue history of African-Americans through picture books, and Google Maps.(Under 3 ratings)
African American History - 4Continue history of African-Americans through picture books, and Google Maps.(Under 3 ratings)
Cat's CornerTo encourage running, dodging and throwing skills. Promote spacial awareness. Encourage rules and safety of the gym.(Under 3 ratings)
Expressing Emotion: The Me’taleyin GameExamine the Mi’kmaw concept of Mawi’omi and its foundation in “ta’n teliangweiatulti’gw” which means “how we look after one another”.(Under 3 ratings)
History: Ox Cart ManStudents can ask questions, share information and discuss ideas about the past as evidenced by the anchor chart completed as a class.(Under 3 ratings)
How Rabbit Got His Long EarsExplore ways in which Mi’kmaw storytelling works as an effective way to communicate values and beliefs.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 61.National and local sources of information of HIV and Aids and education programmes on HIV. 2. Risks associated with the transmission of HIV and AIDS are identified for emergency medical services. 3. The prevalence or significance of the risk of HIV and AIDS in emergency medical care. 4. Interpret the global and local epidemiological data.(Under 3 ratings)
Tiam’s Promise: Mi’kmaw Legend of the First MooseExplore ways in which Mi’kmaw storytelling works as an effective way to communicate values and beliefs. Express a personal understanding of the nature of making and keeping a promise as it relates to treaty-making.(Under 3 ratings)
TumblingStudents will use large muscle groups and body awareness to move down the mat in various ways.(Under 3 ratings)
Ulcerative Colitis TeachingThe patient will be able to successfully identify (70% or better) foods that can cause irritation to ulcerative colitis and foods that can help heal ulcerative colitis by post test examination and reinforcement/reteaching worksheet by discharge.(Under 3 ratings)
What is Ms-it No’kmaq?Demonstrate an understanding of the Mi’kmaw belief in the value of living in peace and cooperation with all living things.(Under 3 ratings)
Who is Mi’kmaq?Demonstrate an understanding of the Mi’kmaw belief in the value of living in peace and cooperation with all living things.(Under 3 ratings)
“A Mawio’mi is a Gathering”Examine the Mi’kmaw concept of Mawi’omi and its foundation in ta’n teliangweiatulti’gw, (meaning how we look after one another).(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)
* Wk 17 - Social Studies/History - Rivers, Lakes & MountainsTo learn how rivers are formed, how they drainland and how they move water and minerals to the ocean. To learn how lakes are formed and how lakes must have a continual source of water. To learn how mountains are formed and understand that they are the highest points on earth.(Under 3 ratings)
African American History - 3 1st gradeContinue history of African-Americans through picture books, and Google Maps.(Under 3 ratings)
African American History - 4 1st gradeContinue history of African-Americans through picture books, and Google Maps.(Under 3 ratings)
Black History MonthStudents will be aware of some of the Africans who paved the way to make life much easier for us.(Under 3 ratings)
Catching 1To improve hand/eye co-ordination To improve catching skills(Under 3 ratings)
Catching 1To improve catching skills with hand/eye co-ordiantion(Under 3 ratings)
Catching 2To improve Catching To improve hand/eye co-ordination(Under 3 ratings)
Catching 3To improve catching To improve hand/eye co-ordination(Under 3 ratings)
Eating Healthy and StayingTo educate the student on the importance of eating the right kinds of foods to stay healthy and to exercise to stay fit.(Under 3 ratings)
Grades K-1 Paper Rockets and the 3 Laws of Motion Joanne GoelzerThe goal is to develop an understanding of Newtons three laws of motion. Students will explore the relationship between mass, forces and accelerations.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to define map and landmarks. Students will be able to explain the need for maps. Student will learn about and color maps of their State, Country and Continent.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to define map and landmarks. Students will be able to explain the need for maps. Student will learn about and color maps of their State, Country and Continent.(Under 3 ratings)
Mission modelBuild a model mission(Under 3 ratings)
Statement of Principles # 1To have students understand: The idea of God as an ineffable reality / a non-verb The difference between emanation and creation(Under 3 ratings)
The Realities of Church LifeFor students to know: 1- the member rights and expectations 2- the parish as a family, for good and ill 3- an overview of the activities of the parish 4- an overview of how the parish interacts with the Church(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 5SWBAT retell events or ideas SWBAT express ideas based on oral and written sources. SWBAT describe various customs of families SWBAT describe ways that families meet basic needs.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 11 United StatesTo learn why the thirteen colonies established their own government. To learn that the thirteen colonies have become fifty states. To learn about some of the nationalities of people who came to live in the United States.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 12 National Monuments & Historical LandmarksTo learn what a national monument and a national landmark is. To learn that the Washington Monument honors the first president. To learn that the White House is where the President lives. To learn which presidents are honored on Mount Rushmore.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 13 - Social Studies/History - Maps & GlobesLearn what a map is and how to use one. Learn what a globe is and how to use one. Learn about map symbols and what they mean. Learn that a compass rose shows north, south, east and west. Learn the directions: north, south, east and west.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 14 - Social Studies/History - ContinentsTo learn about the geography and climate of the seven continents. To be able to identify and label the seven continents on a map.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 15 - 1st Qtr - Social Studies/History - ReviewTo go over topics covered in the 1st Quarter of 1st Grade (2013/2014 school year).(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 18 - Social Studies/History - Native AmericansTo introduce children to America's native people.The child will learn that different tribes lived and still live in distinct areas of the country.The unique lifestyles arising from the different landscapes will be introduced.The child will learn about four distinct groups, focusing on their housing, food, and daily life.The child will make several Indian crafts and some traditional Indian recipes(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
Apples, Broccoli, and Carrots Oh My!define what a healthy food is. eating the rainbow and the food pyramid.(Under 3 ratings)
BULLYING LESSONAfter watching a multi-media presentation on bullying, students should be able to use "turn and talk" skills (already taught and practiced) to share their experiences and feelings about bullying with their partners. After a whole class discussion, students should be able to write an opinion piece paragraph with a clear opinion about bullying and several supporting reasons.(Under 3 ratings)
Dr. Mae C. JemisonThe students will learn about Dr. Jemison. They will learn about the important women of history. They will read aloud, recollect, and work independently.(Under 3 ratings)
Elizabeth BlackwellThe students will learn about Elizabeth Blackwell. They will learn about the important women of history. They will read aloud, recollect, and work independently.(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 Paper Rockets and the 3 Laws of Motion Joanne GoelzerThe goal is to develop an understanding of Newtons three laws of motion. Students will explore the relationship between mass, forces and accelerations.(Under 3 ratings)
History of BreadChildren will increase understanding of cultures by reading about history of bread, reading Bread Bread Bread, reading bread poems and making a connection to cultures by researching their family bread traditions for a bread festival.(Under 3 ratings)
History of BreadChildren will increase understanding of cultures by reading about history of bread, reading Bread Bread Bread, reading bread poems and making a connection to cultures by researching their family bread traditions for a bread festival.(Under 3 ratings)
History of HalloweenLearn History.(Under 3 ratings)
Intra-Personal Geography Journal LessonStudents should be able to understand geography and how different climates in the world affect the population. Students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of weather and climate changes in a journal or essay format. Students will also draw a picture of their climate to support their understanding. Students will understand how to introduce a topic and use facts as evidence to support their topic. They will use the internet to research different geographic regions and they will demonstrate technology skills in using databases. Students will participate in a group setting in explaining why they chose that region and how it differs from the region they currently live in. This activity will incorporate technology, research skills, writing, and group discussion skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Intra-Personal Geography Journal LessonStudents should be able to understand geography and how different climates in the world affect the population. Students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of weather and climate changes in a journal or essay format. Students will also draw a picture of their climate to support their understanding. Students will understand how to introduce a topic and use facts as evidence to support their topic. They will use the internet to research different geographic regions and they will demonstrate technology skills in using databases. Students will participate in a group setting in explaining why they chose that region and how it differs from the region they currently live in. This activity will incorporate technology, research skills, writing, and group discussion skills.(Under 3 ratings)
J.K. RowlingThe students will learn about author J.K. Rowling. They will learn about the important women of history. They will read aloud, recollect, and work independently.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanDillon should be able to name every US state and it's capital. He should be able to identify each one on a map.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanAfter students watch a multi-media presentation on bullying, they will practice turn and talk skills to discuss their experiences and feelings regarding bullying. Then given a paragraph sentence starter, they will individually write an opinion paragraph about bullying.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanAfter students watch a multi-media presentation on bullying, they will practice turn and talk skills to discuss their experiences and feelings regarding bullying. Then given a paragraph sentence starter, they will individually write an opinion paragraph about bullying.(Under 3 ratings)
Martha WashingtonThe students will learn about Martha Washington.(Under 3 ratings)
Martha WashingtonThe students will learn about Martha Washington.(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(Under 3 ratings)
Who Was John Chapman?I can understand what the author is trying to teach me. RI.2.6(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
ARE THESE CHIPS TOO DELICIOUS?This lesson will guide students to compare and contrast details in two informational articles about food flavorings. This unit will navigate students through the writing process as they produce an opinion piece.(Under 3 ratings)
ARE THESE CHIPS TOO DELICIOUS?This lesson will guide students to compare and contrast details in two informational articles about food flavorings. This unit will navigate students through the writing process as they produce an opinion piece.(Under 3 ratings)
BadmintonThe students will understand the forehand concept of badminton.(Under 3 ratings)
Basketball ShotStudents should be able to demonstrate shooting a basketball by using the ‘B.E.E.F’ cues.(Under 3 ratings)
Basketball ShotStudents should be able to demonstrate shooting a basketball by using the ‘B.E.E.F’ cues.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 5 ReviewStudents will be able to answer comprehension and vocabulary questions from the chapter. They will use the text to complete the chapter review.(Under 3 ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(Under 3 ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(Under 3 ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(Under 3 ratings)
European GeographyStudents will analyze and compare geographic features in Europe.(Under 3 ratings)
First Columbia Courthouse Field TripTo show students the signifigance of this courthouse and to put meaning behind in class lessons by showing a physical example of the time.(Under 3 ratings)
First Columbia Courthouse Field TripTo show students the signifigance of this courthouse and to put meaning behind in class lessons by showing a physical example of the time.(Under 3 ratings)
Geography, People and Government Shape a CommunityHow do geography, people and government shape the development of a community?(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 Paper Rockets and the 3 Laws of Motion Joanne GoelzerThe goal is to develop an understanding of Newtons three laws of motion. Students will explore the relationship between mass, forces and accelerations.(Under 3 ratings)
History of Space ExplorationAfter the lesson, students will: 1) Learn about the history of space exploration and the "space race" that happened during the Cold War. 2) Improve reading skills (including comprehension and vocabulary). 3) Reflect on what has been learned by discussing ideas, opinions, and personal responses. 4) Use peer-discussion in order to facilitate understanding of the information learned. 5) Introduce the proper way to conduct online research. 6) Develop thought-provoking, relevant questions about what was discussed. 7) Create a timeline using information from their own research and the lessons in class.(Under 3 ratings)
History of Space ExplorationAfter the lesson, students will: 1) Learn about the history of space exploration and the "space race" that happened during the Cold War. 2) Improve reading skills (including comprehension and vocabulary). 3) Reflect on what has been learned by discussing ideas, opinions, and personal responses. 4) Use peer-discussion in order to facilitate understanding of the information learned. 5) Introduce the proper way to conduct online research. 6) Develop thought-provoking, relevant questions about what was discussed. 7) Create a timeline using information from their own research and the lessons in class.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will know the timeline of settlement in Oklahoma and the recognized establishment date. Students will know major cities, geography points, various leaders, and resources found in Oklahoma.(Under 3 ratings)
Peter Van Schaack HouseTo inform students on the history of this significant place in history.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson PlanThe students will be able to name components of health-related fitness (cardio respiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition) with 80% accuracy while participating in activities to achieve personal set fitness goals related to the President's Fitness Challenge.(Under 3 ratings)
The Rocket's Red GlareStudents will identify important events in the play and make connections to the poem it inspired.(Under 3 ratings)
The Rocket's Red GlareStudents will identify important events in the play and make connections to the poem it inspired.(Under 3 ratings)
U.S. Space and Rocket CenterStudents will identify the historical importance of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL. Students will use a map to find the location of Hunstville. Students will learn how to effectively explain an object created by them through descriptive writing.(Under 3 ratings)
YONDER MOUNTAIN: A CHEROKEE LEGENDStudents will determine why stories from different cultures are important. Students can compare and contrast ideas. Students can analyze and evaluate text.(Under 3 ratings)
YONDER MOUNTAIN: A CHEROKEE LEGENDStudents will determine why stories from different cultures are important. Students can compare and contrast ideas. Students can analyze and evaluate text.(Under 3 ratings)
YONDER MOUNTAIN: A CHEROKEE LEGENDStudents will determine why stories from different cultures are important. Students can compare and contrast ideas. Students can analyze and evaluate text.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
Ancient RomeStudents should be able to understand and have completed a project about Ancient Rome and to get and A or B on the test at the end of the Unit.(Under 3 ratings)
Art History/Artist BioStudents will use close reading strategies to research a famous artist. they will create a poster using elements of graphic design and layout.(Under 3 ratings)
Chicks and SalsaHealthful Living Essential Standards Addressed: K.NPA.1, K.NPA.2, 1.NPA.1 1.NPA.2, 2.NPA.1, 2.NPA.2, 3.NPA.1, 3.NPA.2, 4.NPA.1, 4.NPA.2 Other: The student will slice cucumbers and help make a batch of refrigerator pickles.(Under 3 ratings)
ClermontStudents should be able to understand and apply the historical link between the Livingston family and Clermont.(Under 3 ratings)
Compassion to AnimalsStudents should be able to tell the difference between compassionate behavior to animals and cruel behavior to animals.(Under 3 ratings)
Diversity Awareness in EducationIllustrate how negative assumptions are not beneficial to anyone.(Under 3 ratings)
Diversity Awareness in EducationIllustrate how negative assumptions are not beneficial to anyone.(Under 3 ratings)
DWP1 Part C: Week 4As a result of this lesson, students will be able to practice in a public discussion and debate to simulate passing a law, students will complete a paragraph review of the key ideas and their understanding of the simulation. Students will demonstrate their understanding by achieving an 5 out of 6 on a rubric.(Under 3 ratings)
GEOGRAPHY OF NEW YORK STATEPhysical and thematic maps can be used to explore New York State’s diverse geography. Students will be able to identify and map New York State’s major physical features, including mountains, plateaus, rivers, lakes, and large bodies of water, such as the Atlantic Ocean and Long Island Sound.(Under 3 ratings)
Gold Rush TownTo teach about California History: specifically the Gold Rush To understand the lives people had, how they differ from ours To explore the occupation during the Gold Rush To work with "money" and add, subtract and keep track of large sums(Under 3 ratings)
Gold Rush TownTo teach about California History: specifically the Gold Rush To understand the lives people had, how they differ from ours To explore the occupation during the Gold Rush To work with "money" and add, subtract and keep track of large sums(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 4 Paper Rockets and the 3 Laws of Motion Joanne GoelzerThe goal is to develop an understanding of Newtons three laws of motion. Students will explore the relationship between mass, forces and accelerations.(Under 3 ratings)
Henry HudsonTo identify Henry Hudson as an early European Explorer. Who he sailed for and what he discovered At the end of this lesson students will know that Henry Hudson was an explorer who contributed greatly to the exploration of North America and that the quest to find the Northwest and Northeast passage to Asia was imposible because there was no direct water way.(Under 3 ratings)
History TimelineStudents will learn about events in the history of electricity.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 2The student will gain command of the following: Instrument Knowledge (operation and history), Practicing and Rehearsing, Basic Music Theory, Drumming and Mallet Technique, Rudimental Drumming, Reading Exercises, Instrument Care.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo teach students the 50 states of the U.S and to memorize where they are located on the map.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTeach the students of the 13 colonies that were created to educate how the United States became what they are today; Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts Bay, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Georgia, Virginia, South Carolina, and Providence Plantations.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanIF WE PRACTICE BASKETBALL WILL IT MAKE US BETTER AND DEVELOP MORE SKILLS IN THE AREA WE ARE PRACTICING AND STUDYING.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanAs a result of this lesson, students will be able to practice in a public discussion and debate to simulate passing a law, students will complete a paragraph review of the key ideas and their understanding of the debate. Students will demonstrate their understanding by achieving an 8 out of 10 on a rubric.(Under 3 ratings)
Native Americans and GeographyGeography affects how people live(Under 3 ratings)
Native Americans and GeographyGeography affects how people live(Under 3 ratings)
Potato SoupStudents will learn about the nutritional value of potatoes and work together to create potato soup in their classroom Healthful Living Essential Standards Addressed: K.NPA.1, K.NPA.2, 1.NPA.1 1.NPA.2, 2.NPA.1, 2.NPA.2, 3.NPA.1, 3.NPA.2, 4.NPA.1, 4.NPA.2(Under 3 ratings)
Special Education 303For students to have fun while doing mental math problems in a game setting. For younger students, they may use marker boards to assist with problems and may have easier problems. For older students, they will encounter harder problems. Students will encounter addiction, subtraction, multiplication, and division review problems while playing a twist on the classical bingo game.(Under 3 ratings)
Thankful For Many FoodsHealthful Living Essential Standards Addressed: K.NPA.1, K.NPA.2, 1.NPA.1 1.NPA.2, 2.NPA.1, 2.NPA.2, 3.NPA.1, 3.NPA.2, 4.NPA.1, 4.NPA.2 Students will be able to identify foods from four MyPlate food groups , choose photos of appropriate foods and affix them to a MyPlate cornucopia(Under 3 ratings)
The History of Line DancingStudents will be able to make the connections that dance has in different cultures, throughout history. Students will be able to execute a line dance by the lessons end.(Under 3 ratings)
The Pickle Patch BathtubHealthful Living Essential Standards Addressed: K.NPA.1, K.NPA.2, 1.NPA.1 1.NPA.2, 2.NPA.1, 2.NPA.2, 3.NPA.1, 3.NPA.2, 4.NPA.1, 4.NPA.2 Other: The student will slice cucumbers and help make a batch of refrigerator pickles.(Under 3 ratings)
What is Compassion?Students will: • Demonstrate an understanding of the concept “compassion.” • Identify elements of compassion shown in various images. • Begin to develop a vocabulary of words related to compassion.(Under 3 ratings)
What is Compassion?Students will: • Demonstrate an understanding of the concept “compassion.” • Identify elements of compassion shown in various images. • Begin to develop a vocabulary of words related to compassion.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Abuse1.Students will understand the different types of abuse 2.Students will understand the cycle of abuse 3.Students will learn what to do if abuse happens to them and healthy ways to cope afterward(Under 3 ratings)
Art History/Artist PosterStudents will use research to create a poster about an artist.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 5, Lesson 2Students will be able to: 5.5.spi.6. determine the hardships encountered by Greater Plain settlers in the late 1800's (i.e., building materials, natural geography, climatic conditions, isolated communities, lack of revenue).(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 5, Lesson 3 and 4Students will be able to: 5.5.spi.6. determine the hardships encountered by Greater Plain settlers in the late 1800's (i.e., building materials, natural geography, climatic conditions, isolated communities, lack of revenue).(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6, Lesson 1Students will be able to: 5.5.03 Understand the development of Industrial America. a. Analyze the effects of immigration, migration, and resources on the economic development and growth of the United States. c. Explain how industry and mechanization changed ways of life in America and Tennessee.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6, Lesson 45.2.01a Identify the economic change from agricultural to industrial in late 19th and early 20th century. 5.5.03 Understand the development of Industrial America. a. Analyze the effects of immigration, migration, and resources on the economic development and growth of the United States. c. Explain how industry and mechanization changed ways of life in America and Tennessee.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6, Lessons 2 and 3Students will be able to: 5.1.01 Understand the diversity of human cultures. a. Explain how some immigrants preserved their traditional culture and created a new American culture. b. Explain governmental efforts to restrict immigrants entering into the United States. 5.2.02 Give examples of the interaction of individuals, businesses, and governments in a market economy. a. Describe the development of the free enterprise system in Tennessee and the United States. b. Analyze the effects of immigrations, migration, and limited resources on the economic development and growth of the United States. 5.6.tpi.2. explain the development of the United States as a nation to include the struggles and the accomplishments of individuals and groups.(Under 3 ratings)
Conception1.Students will learn about and understand the process and the steps of conception including fertilization and implantation.(Under 3 ratings)
Contraception1.Students will learn about abstinence and how to refusal techniques. 2.Students will learn about contraceptives and how they work.(Under 3 ratings)
Decision Making1.Students will learn how to communicate sexual boundaries with their partners 2.Students will learn how substance abuse can affect sexual decision making and how to protect themselves(Under 3 ratings)
Father of Modern EducationWho is he and what he did for education(Under 3 ratings)
Father of Modern EducationWho is he and what he did for education(Under 3 ratings)
Female Reproductive System1.Students will be able to identify the basic components of female reproductive anatomy 2.Students will be learn about and understand the menstrual cycle(Under 3 ratings)
Fetal Development1.Students will learn about pregnancy and fetal development(Under 3 ratings)
GeographyStudents will identify their location on the globe. Students will recognize landforms. Students will recognize topographical features. Students will identify man made places.(Under 3 ratings)
Geography LessonTBAT Use an animation software to produce a animation that is about a country they want to study. Must include: 1 Country 6 Facts in Each Topic NO FOOTBALL PLEASE! (No main focus on football but can include football in the topic Sport.)(Under 3 ratings)
Geography of New JerseyStudents will use geography skills to create neighborhood maps and identify connections between geography, culture, and the economy in their local area.(Under 3 ratings)
Geography of New JerseyStudents will use geography skills to create neighborhood maps and identify connections between geography, culture, and the economy in their local area.(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 5 Paper Rockets and the 3 Laws of Motion Joanne GoelzerThe goal is to develop an understanding of Newtons three laws of motion. Students will explore the relationship between mass, forces and accelerations.(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 5 Paper Rockets and the 3 Laws of Motion Joanne GoelzerThe goal is to develop an understanding of Newtons three laws of motion. Students will explore the relationship between mass, forces and accelerations.(Under 3 ratings)
History of Civil War MusicStudents will become familiar with the song "Oh Hosanna". Students will study the lyrics and learn the tune of this popular dance song. Students will utilize sources of archival material using the Internet. Students will also interpret a Civil War song through performance with voice or instrument.(Under 3 ratings)
Hudson Opera HouseStudents should be able to understand the importance of the Opera House and give a summary of the history of this landmark(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent should be able to correctly identify which category (carbohydrates, fats, or proteins) different foods belong in. Students will be able to work together responsibly and cooperatively in small groups during physical activities. Student should be able to explain proper nutrition in relation to food choices and physical activity.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to perform the basics of passing a ball by being able to know what ready position is and how to place their hands(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanLiterature - to review vocabulary; to identify the main idea of a text; to learn new vocabulary; to demonstrate knowledge of facts in a story History - to explain the reasons for the growing tension between the North and the South Art History - to discuss French neoclassical painters and romanticist painters Science - to explain how plants can be used to control soil contamination; to describe matter for mass, weight, and volume Math - Phonics - Grammar -(Under 3 ratings)
Male Reproductive System1.Students will be able to identify the basic components of male reproductive anatomy 2. Students will learn and understand the process of sperm production(Under 3 ratings)
Nutrition and ExercisingStudents will be able to read and understand the nutrition labels on food, learn physical exercises that will aid to their health, and have the ability to select better food choices.(Under 3 ratings)
OCTOBER GOLD - LET'S DISCUSS LANDSCAPES1) We will use Franklin Carmichael's painting to talk about Canadian landscape art. 2) Student will discuss the Group of Seven and their himpact on landscape art today. 3) We will define and describe a landscape and landscape art. 4) Students will learn about the history of landscape art in Canada. 5) Students will write an expressive paragraph about a landscape that they have seen and why they remember it.(Under 3 ratings)
Peter Van Schaack HouseThe students should be able to understand the historical significance of this house.(Under 3 ratings)
Peter Van Schaack HouseThe students should be able to understand the historical significance of this house.(Under 3 ratings)
Philmont Mills/High Falls Conservation AreaStudents should be able to identify the differences in the trees.(Under 3 ratings)
Philmont Mills/High Falls Conservation AreaStudents should be able to identify the differences in the trees.(Under 3 ratings)
Puberty1.Students will understand the changes that occur with puberty 2.Students will learn ways to deal with these changes(Under 3 ratings)
Relationships and Abuse1.Students will define relationships 2.Students will learn to identify healthy vs. unhealthy relationships 3.Students will discuss dating and the expectations and pressure that come with it 4.Students will learn the kinds of abuse and its signs(Under 3 ratings)
Responsibilities and Consequences1. Students will learn about and understand the responsibilities and consequences that come with sexual behavior(Under 3 ratings)
Sexual Development1.Students will learn about the male and female reproductive systems 2.Students will learn about the process about conception 3.Students will identify changes that come along with puberty and common myths(Under 3 ratings)
Sexual Diversity1. Students will be educated on various sexual orientations(Under 3 ratings)
Spelling Week of 11-10-14I can... - Define words from Unit 13 - Match the meanings of words from Unit 13 - Identify synonyms and antonyms using words from Unit 13 - Recognize Word Associations using words from Unit 13 - Use words from Unit 13 in a sentence to show I know what these words mean(Under 3 ratings)
STDs1.Students will define STDs 2.Students will learn the symptoms of STDs and how they are treated 3.Students identify the risk of certain behaviors of resulting in the contraction of an STD(Under 3 ratings)
STDs1.Students will learn about types of STDs and their symptoms 2.Students will learn about STD treatments and what to do if they contract one(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
05/09/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization(Under 3 ratings)
05/10/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization(Under 3 ratings)
05/11/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization(Under 3 ratings)
05/12/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization(Under 3 ratings)
05/13/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization(Under 3 ratings)
05/16/166.2.2 Examine how the achievements of early humans led to the development of civilization(Under 3 ratings)
08/09/166.1.1 Produce clear and coherent writing for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences by: • conducting historical research • evaluating a broad variety of primary and secondary sources • comparing and contrasting varied points of view • determining the meaning of words and phrases from historical texts • using technology to research, produce, or publish a written product 6.1.2 Construct and interpret a parallel timeline of key events in the ancient world 6.1.3 Analyze information in primary and secondary sources to address document-based questions 6.1.4 Identify and compare measurements of time in order to understand historical chronology(Under 3 ratings)
08/11/166.1.1 Produce clear and coherent writing for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences by: • conducting historical research • evaluating a broad variety of primary and secondary sources • comparing and contrasting varied points of view • determining the meaning of words and phrases from historical texts • using technology to research, produce, or publish a written product 6.1.2 Construct and interpret a parallel timeline of key events in the ancient world 6.1.3 Analyze information in primary and secondary sources to address document-based questions 6.1.4 Identify and compare measurements of time in order to understand historical chronology(Under 3 ratings)
08/24/166.1.1 Produce clear and coherent writing for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences by: • conducting historical research • evaluating a broad variety of primary and secondary sources • comparing and contrasting varied points of view • determining the meaning of words and phrases from historical texts • using technology to research, produce, or publish a written product 6.1.2 Construct and interpret a parallel timeline of key events in the ancient world 6.1.3 Analyze information in primary and secondary sources to address document-based questions 6.1.4 Identify and compare measurements of time in order to understand historical chronology(Under 3 ratings)
08/24/166.1.1 Produce clear and coherent writing for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences by: • conducting historical research • evaluating a broad variety of primary and secondary sources • comparing and contrasting varied points of view • determining the meaning of words and phrases from historical texts • using technology to research, produce, or publish a written product 6.1.2 Construct and interpret a parallel timeline of key events in the ancient world 6.1.3 Analyze information in primary and secondary sources to address document-based questions 6.1.4 Identify and compare measurements of time in order to understand historical chronology(Under 3 ratings)
08/25/166.1.1 Produce clear and coherent writing for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences by: • conducting historical research • evaluating a broad variety of primary and secondary sources • comparing and contrasting varied points of view • determining the meaning of words and phrases from historical texts • using technology to research, produce, or publish a written product 6.1.2 Construct and interpret a parallel timeline of key events in the ancient world 6.1.3 Analyze information in primary and secondary sources to address document-based questions 6.1.4 Identify and compare measurements of time in order to understand historical chronology(Under 3 ratings)
08/26/166.3.1 Identify and label major lines of latitude and longitude using a world map or globe to determine climate zones and time zones 6.3.2 Plot coordinates of latitude and longitude to determine location or change of location 6.3.3 Compare and contrast physical and political boundaries of civilizations, empires, and kingdoms using maps and globes 6.3.4 Determine world migration patterns and population trends by interpreting maps, charts, and graphs(Under 3 ratings)
08/29/166.3.1 Identify and label major lines of latitude and longitude using a world map or globe to determine climate zones and time zones 6.3.2 Plot coordinates of latitude and longitude to determine location or change of location 6.3.3 Compare and contrast physical and political boundaries of civilizations, empires, and kingdoms using maps and globes 6.3.4 Determine world migration patterns and population trends by interpreting maps, charts, and graphs(Under 3 ratings)
08/30/166.3.1 Identify and label major lines of latitude and longitude using a world map or globe to determine climate zones and time zones 6.3.2 Plot coordinates of latitude and longitude to determine location or change of location 6.3.3 Compare and contrast physical and political boundaries of civilizations, empires, and kingdoms using maps and globes 6.3.4 Determine world migration patterns and population trends by interpreting maps, charts, and graphs(Under 3 ratings)
08/31/166.3.1 Identify and label major lines of latitude and longitude using a world map or globe to determine climate zones and time zones 6.3.2 Plot coordinates of latitude and longitude to determine location or change of location 6.3.3 Compare and contrast physical and political boundaries of civilizations, empires, and kingdoms using maps and globes 6.3.4 Determine world migration patterns and population trends by interpreting maps, charts, and graphs(Under 3 ratings)
09/01/166.3.1 Identify and label major lines of latitude and longitude using a world map or globe to determine climate zones and time zones 6.3.2 Plot coordinates of latitude and longitude to determine location or change of location 6.3.3 Compare and contrast physical and political boundaries of civilizations, empires, and kingdoms using maps and globes 6.3.4 Determine world migration patterns and population trends by interpreting maps, charts, and graphs(Under 3 ratings)
09/02/166.3.1 Identify and label major lines of latitude and longitude using a world map or globe to determine climate zones and time zones 6.3.2 Plot coordinates of latitude and longitude to determine location or change of location 6.3.3 Compare and contrast physical and political boundaries of civilizations, empires, and kingdoms using maps and globes 6.3.4 Determine world migration patterns and population trends by interpreting maps, charts, and graphs(Under 3 ratings)
10/01/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
10/01/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
10/02/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
10/05/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
10/06/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
10/06/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
10/07/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
10/13/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
2/23/2015 - 2/27/2015Students will discuss the origin and elements of Hip Hop Students will chronicle the historical events and factors underlying the evolution of Hip Hop Culture(Under 3 ratings)
8/17/15 Period 14.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/17/15 Period 34.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/17/15 Period 44.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/17/15 Period 54.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/17/15 Period 74.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/18/15 Period 14.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/18/15 Period 34.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/18/15 Period 44.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/18/15 Period 54.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/18/15 Period 74.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/19/15 Period 14.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/19/15 Period 34.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/19/15 Period 44.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/19/15 Period 54.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/19/15 Period 74.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/20/15 Period 14.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/20/15 Period 34.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/20/15 Period 44.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/20/15 Period 54.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/20/15 Period 74.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/21/15 Period 14.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/21/15 Period 34.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/21/15 Period 44.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/21/15 Period 54.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/27/158.3.1 Locate and describe the physical and political features of Louisiana 8.3.2 Use maps, charts, and diagrams to ask and answer questions about Louisiana’s geographic features 8.3.3 Apply knowledge of geography skills and terms to: • create maps and diagrams • plot latitude and longitudinal coordinates • read and interpret a map • use a map to compare Louisiana’s time zone in relation to time zones around the world(Under 3 ratings)
8/28/158.3.1 Locate and describe the physical and political features of Louisiana 8.3.2 Use maps, charts, and diagrams to ask and answer questions about Louisiana’s geographic features 8.3.3 Apply knowledge of geography skills and terms to: • create maps and diagrams • plot latitude and longitudinal coordinates • read and interpret a map • use a map to compare Louisiana’s time zone in relation to time zones around the world(Under 3 ratings)
8/31/158.3.1 Locate and describe the physical and political features of Louisiana 8.3.2 Use maps, charts, and diagrams to ask and answer questions about Louisiana’s geographic features 8.3.3 Apply knowledge of geography skills and terms to: • create maps and diagrams • plot latitude and longitudinal coordinates • read and interpret a map • use a map to compare Louisiana’s time zone in relation to time zones around the world(Under 3 ratings)
9/01/158.3.1 Locate and describe the physical and political features of Louisiana 8.3.2 Use maps, charts, and diagrams to ask and answer questions about Louisiana’s geographic features 8.3.3 Apply knowledge of geography skills and terms to: • create maps and diagrams • plot latitude and longitudinal coordinates • read and interpret a map • use a map to compare Louisiana’s time zone in relation to time zones around the world(Under 3 ratings)
9/02/158.3.1 Locate and describe the physical and political features of Louisiana 8.3.2 Use maps, charts, and diagrams to ask and answer questions about Louisiana’s geographic features 8.3.3 Apply knowledge of geography skills and terms to: • create maps and diagrams • plot latitude and longitudinal coordinates • read and interpret a map • use a map to compare Louisiana’s time zone in relation to time zones around the world(Under 3 ratings)
9/03/158.3.1 Locate and describe the physical and political features of Louisiana 8.3.2 Use maps, charts, and diagrams to ask and answer questions about Louisiana’s geographic features 8.3.3 Apply knowledge of geography skills and terms to: • create maps and diagrams • plot latitude and longitudinal coordinates • read and interpret a map • use a map to compare Louisiana’s time zone in relation to time zones around the world(Under 3 ratings)
9/04/158.3.1 Locate and describe the physical and political features of Louisiana 8.3.2 Use maps, charts, and diagrams to ask and answer questions about Louisiana’s geographic features 8.3.3 Apply knowledge of geography skills and terms to: • create maps and diagrams • plot latitude and longitudinal coordinates • read and interpret a map • use a map to compare Louisiana’s time zone in relation to time zones around the world(Under 3 ratings)
9/08/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/09/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/10/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/11/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/15/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/16/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/18/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/21/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/22/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/23/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/24/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
9/25/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
9/26/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
9/28/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
9/29/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
9/30/156.5.1 Describe the essential elements of Greek city-state government that influenced the development of democracy 6.5.2 Describe the government of the Roman Republic and how it influenced the development of democracy(Under 3 ratings)
A New Set of LawsExplain the factors that led to the development of civilizations.(Under 3 ratings)
Basketball ShotStudents should be able to demonstrate shooting a basketball by using the ‘beef’ cues. 1.Balance the ball on your shooting hand; 2.Elbow stays directly under the ball and over your knee; 3.Eye on the target (the front of rim); 4.Follow through snapping the wrist high over your head. The students should be able to perform the correct shooting form 4 out of 5 times.(Under 3 ratings)
Be Humane!Students will be able to define and identify inhumane (cruel) treatment to animals. Students will learn what to do when they see animal cruelty.(Under 3 ratings)
Careers in Animal WelfareStudents should be able to identify several animal-based careers. Students should identify and compare personal interest with jobs that interest them. Students should understand the different ways people care for animals. Students should be able to meet ad og safely.(Under 3 ratings)
Causes of WWIIStudents are able to understand how the Treaty of Versailles, the poor economy in the Weimar Republic, and nationalism led to the rise of the Nazi Party.(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 11: Civil War- Explore the origins and consequences of the Civil War - Discuss the limits of diplomacy in the absence of trust or common ground - Discuss the power of the federal government vs. the power of the state government(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 26.1Students should be able to compare and contrast different forms of government and discuss their influence on world affairs during the WWII era. Students should be able to discuss the entry of Germany, Italy, Japan into the war, the early position of the United States, and eventual alliance with Britain and France. SS.6.C.2, SS.6.H.CL3.1(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 26.2Students will understand how businesses, soldiers, and citizens worked to prepare the US for war, the new opportunities for women and minorities, and the challenges faced by Japanese Americans during the war. Students will understand how American involvement in WWII helped the economy and changed the lives of many Americans.(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 26.3Students will explore the ways in which the European theatre and that of North Africa unfolded during WWII.(Under 3 ratings)
CJIS History and PurposeStudents should be able to understand the changes in 1989, 1993, 1994 and 2012 to the Code of Criminal Procedure brought on changes on how criminal history data is shared and updated in the state of Texas.(Under 3 ratings)
comparing two poemsStudents will compare and contrast two poems from a similar point of view and subject matter.(Under 3 ratings)
Concepts in CMRStudents are able to describe the concept of CMR.(Under 3 ratings)
Economics in Action-EquestriaStudents are able to see how economic concepts can be seen in many different places, even in fictional universes(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)
Grade 6 Paper Rockets and the 3 Laws of Motion Joanne GoelzerThe goal is to develop an understanding of Newtons three laws of motion. Students will explore the relationship between mass, forces and accelerations.(Under 3 ratings)
Historic IndiansThe students will be able to understand and comprehend what the Historic were.(Under 3 ratings)
History & Career OppeotunitiesAfter completing this lesson you should be able to: - Describe the origins of appearance enhancement - describe the advancements made in cosmetology during the 19th, 20th, & 21st centries(Under 3 ratings)
History of computer developmentStudents are able to describe how computers have developed over the years. Students can identify vacuum tubes, transistors, and IC's in their respective roles.(Under 3 ratings)
History U3 L1 "Age of Extremes"Students should be able to... 1. understand the extremes of the turn of the century late 1800s to early 1900s. 2. Identify (not describe) various examples of these extremes by giving 5-6 examples (+/-) 3. Identify (not describe) 5-6 inventions of this era. 4. Identify and describe Andrew Carnegie and his role in this time period.(Under 3 ratings)
History Week 1 Day 1 RBuild classroom culture(Under 3 ratings)
Intro to Gender StudiesStudents are able to understand the role of gender in military history.(Under 3 ratings)
Jazz Dance Lesson PlanStudents should be able to demonstrate basic dance technique(Under 3 ratings)
Jus Ad Bellum, Jus in BelloStudents are able to describe the aspects of just war.(Under 3 ratings)
Langston Hughes, influencesStudents will use music and biographical texts to create a timeline and summary of major events in the career of Langston Hughes.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanExplain the factors that led to the development of civilizations.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will identify and explain theme, and identify the pattern associated with it.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will choose a country and time period and through research, learn important facts about the country that was significant during that time.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1. List the primary plot details of the Gary Paulsen novel Soldier’s Heart. 2. Generate ideas and plans for presentation of key plot points through brainstorming. 3. Represent textual information through the use of digital resources. (PowerPoint, Paint, Word, etc.).(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents distinguish fact from opinion in historical narratives and stories. Students distinguish relevant from irrelevant information, essential from incidental information, and verifiable from unverifiable information in historical narratives and stories.(Under 3 ratings)
Military ProfessionalismStudents will understand the professional framework of the officer corps.(Under 3 ratings)
Pre-historic IndiansThe Student Should be able to understand the difference in the three groups of Paleo-indians.(Under 3 ratings)
Primary Sources: Integration in US Armed ForcesStudents will use primary sources to create a timeline and summary of historical events.(Under 3 ratings)
Primary Sources: Integration in US Armed ForcesStudents will use primary sources to create a timeline and summary of historical events.(Under 3 ratings)
R.E HolocaustStudents should be able to understand how Jewish people lived before the Holocaust. Make a comparison for before and after the war to see the devastation the Holocaust created. The students should also then work on the idea why Jewish people were discriminated and what can be done to stop this.(Under 3 ratings)
Renee Davis, Special EducationStudents will be able to differentiate between the three states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas and describe ways they can change when heated and cooled.(Under 3 ratings)
Section 8.2Today I will learn: Students will learn about laws that ensure equal opportunity for employment for everyone. I will know I have learned this when: I can identify the different types of laws in a work setting. This is important because: It will give me a better understanding of the workforce.(Under 3 ratings)
Technology in WWIIStudents are able to understand the importance of technology in WWII(Under 3 ratings)
The History of the TelephoneThe student will be able to understand the history behind the telephone.(Under 3 ratings)
The Regions of ArkansasTo teach the students the six regions of Arkansas and them be able to distinguish which region is which based on each regions unique characteristics.(Under 3 ratings)
The US Army prior to WWIIStudents are able to understand the Army Structure, strength, and leadership prior to the war.(Under 3 ratings)
Variations on a dream, HughesStudents will identify elements of voice in three poems by Langston Hughes sharing the common theme of "dreams."(Under 3 ratings)
Volleyball PassingStudents will understand the basics of passing a volleyball and 85% of the time be able to have good form(Under 3 ratings)
What is an animal shelter?Students will think about "big" animal issues. Students will learn what an animal shelter is. Students will learn how animals end up at an animal shelter and how animals leave. Students will learn how to meet an animal safely.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
3/24-3/26 Ch 6 Introduction & PresentationsStudents will understand the way in which geography helped shape and influence the settling and creation of ancient China. Students will understand how physical geography made farming possible while limiting travel and communication. Students will understand how civilizations grew up along the Huang He (Yellow) and Chang Jiang (Yangtze) Rivers, and how the first dynasties helped Chinese society develop. Students will understand other achievements made by the early Chinese.(Under 3 ratings)
3/27 & 4/1 China PresentationsStudents will demonstrate their learning while presenting their assigned sections of Chapter 6. (we will not have any presentations on 3/31 because of Incentive day). Students will be evaluated on their presentations as a group.(Under 3 ratings)
4/14 Ch 15.1Students will understand how Japan's early societies wer eboth isolated from and influenced by China and Korea(Under 3 ratings)
7-8th Grade Week Eight Lesson PlanTo study what lead to the American Revolution journeying to Civil War(Under 3 ratings)
7-8th Grade Week Two Lesson PlanTo find out where the students are in their knowledge of history and to continue to build on the foundation of understanding fallacies as well as begin to study Civics(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade TX History Week 2Students should be able to recognize and label various landforms, as well as cities and settlements. Students should be able to make inferences about what kinds of Native Americans lived in their areas, and the various attributes of each. Students should begin to be aware of the logistical issues faced by settlers entering Texas.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade Week 6Students should be able to recognize and label various landforms, as well as cities and settlements. Students should be able to make inferences about what kinds of Native Americans lived in their areas, and the various attributes of each. Students should begin to be aware of the logistical issues faced by settlers entering Texas.(Under 3 ratings)
9-12th Grade Week Eleven Lesson PlanTo look at the issue of privacy and national security as well as revisit The Great War, Developing a Timeline of World War I(Under 3 ratings)
9-12th Grade Week Seven Lesson PlanDiscovering the history of African American influence within the United States of America and their significant contributions to American society.(Under 3 ratings)
9-12th Grade Week Two Lesson PlanThe objective of this week is to build on the foundation of understanding what is truth and the important of worldview in our study of individuals and society.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Social Studies Week Two Lesson PlanTo see the intersecting of God's Story, History, and Your Story(Under 3 ratings)
Creating a Gymnastics RoutineStudents will work together using communication skills to create a gymnastics routine using that includes basic tumbling skills and static balance poses.(Under 3 ratings)
Education Portal Video LessonsThese two videos support the text, the causality of domestication and ultimately civilization. Student begin to equate surplus food as the catalyst to all the features of civilization.(Under 3 ratings)
First Columbia CourthouseStudents should be able to discuss the proceedings of a court session.(Under 3 ratings)
Force and MotionFinal Assessement(Under 3 ratings)
Geography 3-29 to 4-1Students will understand the concept of culture and apply it to their lives as well as lives of others across the world.(Under 3 ratings)
Geography 4-11 to 4-15To understand how culture affects the way people live(Under 3 ratings)
geography 4/18 to 4/22To understand a country's culture in-depth(Under 3 ratings)
Geography 4/25 to 4/29Students will gain a better understanding of Kyrgyzstan and the culture(Under 3 ratings)
Geography 4/4 to 4/8To help students grasp the concept of culture and how it effects the way people live(Under 3 ratings)
Geography 5/2 to 5/6Understand the life in Kyrgyzstan(Under 3 ratings)
Geography 5/9 to 5/13Write a narrative as if one lives in Kyrgyzstan(Under 3 ratings)
History of the World in Two HoursStudents create three column notes to use as a resource in a "timeline" like summary of the 10 most significant events in world history.(Under 3 ratings)
Laws of MotionGain an understanding of Force and Motion.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1The students will work together to identify key points of World History from Creation to 800A.D.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 2The students will look at the factors that cause groups of people to migrate to other areas and understand the costs and benefits of migration.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3The students will be able to describe key characteristics of both the African and Asian cultures/civilizations as they were being established.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 4The students will work together to discover the history of Islam. They will also learn of how the beliefs of Islam contradicts the beliefs and teachings of Christianity and the Bible.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to analyze the 5 Pillars of Islam and identify their significance to Islam by answering questions.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo engage students in an interactive video that allows for them to think critically and answer questions via Poll Everywhere.(Under 3 ratings)
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Montana History 3-29 to 4-1Learn about the Smith Mine, the miners who died, and the impact on Bearcreek, Red Lodge and the mine itself; how the mine disaster was effected by WWII(Under 3 ratings)
Montana history 4-11 to 4-15Learn about the Smith Mine disaster by using a primary source(Under 3 ratings)
Montana History 4/24 to 4/29Answer student developed questions on the Smith Mine Disaster(Under 3 ratings)
Montana history 4/4 to 4/8Understand the far reaching effects of the Smith Mine disaster as well as Montana's contribution to the war effort.(Under 3 ratings)
Montana History 5/2 to 5/6Students revise Smith Mine writings after a peer review; introduce Native Americans in Montana(Under 3 ratings)
Montana history 5/9 to 5/13To learn about the lives and impacts on Native Americans in Montana; understand the purpose of Ledger writing(Under 3 ratings)
Mrs. Hoffmann Communication, Relationships & Sex Education (CRS) 1/27-1/30 2014TSWBAT: 1. Identify at least 3 or more effective tips for listening. 2. State 1 way to improve their communication skills(Under 3 ratings)
Newton LawsConfirmation of understanding of math formulas(Under 3 ratings)
Static-Balance PosesStudents will learn how to use angles and weight distribution to perform various static balance poses with a group(Under 3 ratings)
Teaching Teachers Geography PedagogyPre-service teachers will be able to articulate NGS standards 1-3 and identify at least one CC anchor standard that could be addressed in a lesson for 7th grade. (7th grade as a base line for all students to work on)(Under 3 ratings)
TumblingStudents will learn how to correctly perform basic tumbling moves including forward roll, backward roll, cartwheel, round-off, head-stand, and hand-stand.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
7th Grade TX HistoryStudents should be able to identify various landforms across Texas. Students should be able to analyze the geography of Texas and make inferences about where and why Native Americans lived as they did.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade US HistoryStudents should be able to identify various landforms across America, particularly those in the Eastern region, in preparation for later lessons. Students should be able to analyze and predict the weather and climate of various areas, taking into consideration the local landforms.(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)
8th Grade US History Week 3Students will continue to explore the contributions of non-Europeans on the development of civilization. Students will gain and understanding and appreciation for Native cultures.(Under 3 ratings)
Aerobic EnduranceGiven proper instruction about aerobic endurance, students will verbally explain to their teacher what “aerobic endurance” is along with the sports with which it’s associated. Students will be able to apply their knowledge of aerobic endurance in participating in endurance games.(Under 3 ratings)
American HistorySWBAT Explain the establishment of the University of Georgia, Louisville, and the spread of Baptist and Methodist churches SWBAT Evaluate the impact of land policies pursued by Georgia; include the headright system, land lotteries, and the Yazoo land fraud(Under 3 ratings)
Articles of ConfedrationHow was the new government after the American Revolution organized?(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 3To orient students around commonly-used advanced vocabulary words in Muhammad: Messenger of God. To prepare students for competition game tomorrow. To ground students in the timeline of US History To aid with retention of knowledge through hand-on learning(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 5To review chapter 4 through summation To solidify vocabulary for students To ground students in basic timeline for USHIST(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 5To review chapter 4 through summation To solidify vocabulary for students To ground students in basic timeline for USHIST(Under 3 ratings)
Child Development and CareSection 11.1 Students will describe and give example of the six developmental stages of child development. Students will list the stages of child development. Students will explain the special needs of children with disabilities.(Under 3 ratings)
Geography SkillsTo interpret and identify geographic information from graphs and political maps.(Under 3 ratings)
How to Throw and Recieve a SoftballTSWBAT throw a softball, using proper mechanics to a stationary target and receive a softball from that person.(Under 3 ratings)
Jamestown and Pennsylvania Colonies LessonStudents will understand origins of Pennsylvania and Jamestown colonies as well as William Penn's philosophies, by analyzing documents and synthesizing information into a paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1The students will be able to identify the major event which led to the desire to explore the New World.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1 - IntroductionTo understand the King's Rule over those seeking freedom.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan Math- Exponents Class V16 Teacher- M. King, Asst. Teacher- B. Arteaga, R. FernandezUnit Goals Students will perform operations using real numbers and variables: Add, subtract, multiply, and divide signed numbers Write numbers in exponent form Evaluate numerical expressions that contain exponents(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to understand how the values written about in the Gettysburg Address are still values that exist today, and are values that will keep us from another 9/11 tragedy (character)(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will understand what the concept of a barrier means and how Jackie Robinson faced and overcame barriers in his life.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanAll students should be able to describe what an ecosystem is. Most students should be able to explain the links within an ecosystem.(Under 3 ratings)
Newton's 1st lawS5C2PO2 TSW Identify the conditions under which an object will continue in its state of motion (Newton’s 1st Law of Motion).(Under 3 ratings)
Revolutionary WarAcquire knowledge of the key persons, events, and circumstances surrounding the American Revolutionary War.(Under 3 ratings)
StakeholdersStudents will investigate the human causes and effects of landscape degradation (ACHGK051) and ways of protecting significant landscapes (ACHGK052). Students will be able to identify a range of stakeholders and their impact upon the landform.(Under 3 ratings)
The Fugitive Slave Law Acts 1793-1850Students will be able to: determine 2 or more central ideas in a text give an objective summary determine the author's purpose read an comprehend appropriate text for 8th grade(Under 3 ratings)
The History of SushiSWBAT read non-fiction articles to locate and identify important historical events. SWBAT sequence historical events in chronological order.(Under 3 ratings)
The Influence of Women in Establishing the Jamestown Colony (Comprehension Focus)Learn the influence of women (Native America, African, European) in the establishment of the Jamestown colony by analyzing primary/secondary documents, compelting a KWL chart and writing a paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Today in HistoryOccasionally we have a "Today in History" day. Yesterday we discussed the heighten discrimination against African Americans during the 1920's. Today is the anniversary of the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March. The objective is to show students the long struggle for justice and equality..and how the struggle continues today.(Under 3 ratings)
US History ClassDevelop positive relationships between each roblox child.(Under 3 ratings)
Was Abraham a RacistBy analyzing primary and secondary documents like a historian, students will write a three body paragraph and create an argument for the question "was Lincoln a racist?"(Under 3 ratings)
Was Abraham Lincoln a RacistBy analyzing primary and secondary documents like a historian, students will write a three body paragraph and create an argument for the question "was Lincoln a racist?"(Under 3 ratings)
William Penn and the Pennsylvania ColoniesStudents will understand William Penn's philosophies and their influence on American democracy by demonstrating fluency with key terms and writing/drawing in their daily journal.(Under 3 ratings)
William Penn Vocabulary LessonStudents will understand origins of Pennsylvania and Jamestown colonies as well as William Penn's philosophies, by analyzing documents and synthesizing information into a paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
WV History Kim Turley HEMSThe purposeof this lesson is to provide background knowledge for research project on fairs and festivals in WV.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
9th Grade Basketball ShootingShoot with accuracy, control and proper technique(Under 3 ratings)
Body-Weight ExercisesStudents should be able to observe, complete, and describe each body-weight exercise, as well as their functions.(Under 3 ratings)
Changing Populations: D3. Lesson 6D3.4 Compare settlement and Population characteristics of selected communities in other parts of Canada and the world. Students will be able to: • Calculate percentages using raw numbers for each age/gender group in a given population. • Construct a population age/ gender distribution graph for one of six different countries. • Make correlations between the shapes of the graphs and the growth patterns of different countries.(Under 3 ratings)
Child careStudents will identify five areas of basic needs for which children depend on their caregivers. Students will give at least three examples to childproof a home. Students will list eleven common childhood injuries. Students will describe four types of substitute child care.(Under 3 ratings)
Child CareThe students will be able to identify five areas of basic needs for which children depend on their caregivers. Students will give examples of three ways to childproof a home. Students will list eleven common childhood injuries. Students will be able to describe four types of substitute child care.(Under 3 ratings)
Comparing Ecological FootprintsC1.3 analyse their personal use of natural resources. Calculating their ecological footprint, using one of many available online tools, gives students an opportunity to recognize the nature and extent of their personal impact on resource use and the environment. E1.1 use a variety of measurements (e.g., ecological footprint, carbon footprint, water footprint) to compare the impact on the natural environment of people in Canada and people in other countries Ecological Footprint- what do you remember? Discuss Remembrance and Rations questions Calculate your own footprint!(Under 3 ratings)
ConsentTo better High School student's understanding of consent through active learning activities and discussion.(Under 3 ratings)
ConsentTo better High School student's understanding of consent through active learning activities and discussion.(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)
First class of semester GeographyStudents will be able to identify and distinguish between themes and use the themes to describe and analyze places topics in Geography.(Under 3 ratings)
Gas Laws Intro & labTask: How is understanding the gas laws essential to the safety of scuba divers? After researching the gas laws as they apply to scuba diving, create a document that explains the dangers of diving as it pertains to the gas laws.(Under 3 ratings)
Gas Laws ProjectHow is understanding the gas laws essential to the safety of scuba divers? After researching the gas laws as they apply to scuba diving, create a document that explains the dangers of diving as it pertains to the gas laws.(Under 3 ratings)
Historical Figures' Report Cards 21. Recognize historical figures and their contributions 2. Evaluate information about a historical figure 3. Identify both good and bad characteristics of historical people 4. Identify racism and mistreatment 5. Explain cultural differences between different peoples and different time frames(Under 3 ratings)
History(Under 3 ratings)
Hot Air Balloon ChallengeTo practice critical thinking skills and engineering processes . To apply the gas law concepts of Charles' Law and Archimedes' Principle within a STEM activity.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 10/11/16Students will be able to use Ohm's Law to calculate voltage, resistance, and current. Students will be able to discuss the origin and function of a bread board. Students will be able to read a dial caliper.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 10/12/16Students will be able to calculate voltage, current, and resistance using Ohm's Law. Students will be able to construct an electrical circuit on a breadboard. Students will be able to identify key terms given their definition.(Under 3 ratings)
Increasing Basketball Dribbling SkillsIncreasing dribbling skills(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 10/13 & 14Students will observe that when no net force is applied, objects will not speed up or slow down. (Newton’s first law.) Students will observe the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration (Newton’s second law.) o Show that doubling the force doubles the acceleration. o Show that doubling the mass of the object halves the acceleration. o Apply the formula, F = ma. Students will notice that a force applied in one direction causes an object to move in the opposite direction. (Newton’s third law.) Students will interpret graphs of position vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 10/22Students will correctly correlate a real world example with the 3 Laws of Motion. Students will combine like terms to solve for a variable given an equation. Students will construct a roller coaster that meets specific criteria.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 11/3Students will reflect on their personal contributions to the roller coaster project as well as their group members' contributions. Students will demonstrate an understanding of Newton's Laws and the Roller Coaster Project.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 11/5Students will be able to discuss the three laws of motion. Students will be able to determine the applications of Newton's Laws of Motion to their roller coaster project.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 2/10Students will be able to solve for an unknown using Ohm's Law.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 2/3 & 2/4Students will be able to discuss voltage difference and role it plays in a circuit. Students will understand the functionality of a battery. Students will be able to define resistance, and discuss the calculations in Ohm's Law.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 2/5-2/6Students will gain an understanding of the concepts of resistance, voltage, and current. Students will build circuits and experiment to determine the variables and their effect on one another. Students will utilize Ohm's Law to determine unknown variable.(Under 3 ratings)
IZ 2/9Students can differentiate between circuits and currents. Students can determine the unit used for voltage, resistance, and current. Students can utilize Ohm's Law to solve for unknown variables of Ohm's Law.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanUS.9B Describe the roles of political organizations that promoted civil rights, including ones from African American, Chicano, American Indian, women's, and other civil rights movements. US.9C Identify the roles of significant leaders who supported various rights movements, including Martin Luther King Jr, Cesar Chavez, Rosa Parks, Hector P Garcia, and Betty Friedan. US.9D Compare and contrast the approach taken by some civil rights groups such as the Black Panthers with the nonviolent approach of Martin Luther King Jr. Supporting Standard US.9E Discuss the impact of the writings of Martin Luther King Jr such as his "I Have a Dream" speech and "Letter from Birmingham Jail" on the civil rights movement. Supporting Standard US.9F Describe presidential actions and congressional votes to address minority rights in the United States, including desegregation of the armed forces, the Civil Rights acts of 1957 and 1964, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Readiness Standard(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanFor students to learn and have comprehensive understanding of the different types of conflict as well as be able to apply the knowledge to everyday problems that they may see and historical examples of these types of conflict.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanEra7.1.USH.2: Evaluate social, economic, and political motives for and impact of the involvement of the United States in World War I using multiple primary and secondary sources(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanEra7.1.USH.4: Investigate social, economic, and technological effects of World War I on American society (e.g., women’s right to vote, new weapons, isolationism, nativism, Dawe’s Plan, buying on credit)(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to state Newton's law of Gravitation and state that gravitational forces are consistent with Newton's third law and solve problems using Newton's law of gravitation(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanGiven various materials, students should be able to effectively create a timeline of their lives and offer reflective commentary regarding their past and use predictive processing regarding future goals.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1) Students will be able to demonstrate proficient movement skills in weight training. 2) Students will be able to analyze and evaluate their performance of complex movements.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be introduced to the human impact on the environment and explore alternatives to improve the situation on the planet.(Under 3 ratings)
New Mexico - Native Americans1. Identify characteristics of Early and Modern New Mexican Native Americans 2. Identify Bosque Redondo, the Long Walk, and the Trail of Tears 3. Compare and Contrast the Long Walk and the Trail of Tears 4. Create a solution that will help resolve a cultural conflict(Under 3 ratings)
Newton's 1st Law of MotionThe students will demonstrate prior knowledge and recently introduced information on Newton's 1st Law of Motion, through class discussion and demonstration while completing the steps in the Wacky Washers Lab.(Under 3 ratings)
Newton's Law of Gravitation Unit 5Students should be able to state Newton's law of Gravitation and state that gravitational forces are consistent with Newton's third law and solve problems using Newton's law of gravitation(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education - Body Dysmorphia DisorderTEACHER NOTE: Ask the student - How many of you have something about yourself that you don't like? What are we talking about today? - Today we are talking about Body Dysmorphic Disorder. What is Dysmorphia? - deformity or abnormality in the shape or size of a specified part of the body What is Body Dysmorphia? - a cycle of obsessive thoughts about one or more parts of their body which they believe to be noticeably flawed(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education - Body Dysmorphia DisorderTEACHER NOTE: Ask the student - How many of you have something about yourself that you don't like? What are we talking about today? - Today we are talking about Body Dysmorphic Disorder. What is Dysmorphia? - deformity or abnormality in the shape or size of a specified part of the body What is Body Dysmorphia? - a cycle of obsessive thoughts about one or more parts of their body which they believe to be noticeably flawed(Under 3 ratings)
Poster/ Power Point for Sports ProjectTie in knowledge learned in a end of unit project on sports on Newtons Laws of Motion(Under 3 ratings)
PowerPoint intro themesStudents will understand why we study geography and how the 7 themes gives geographers instruments to interpret the earth and those who inhabit it.(Under 3 ratings)
Pre assessment and vocabularyA unit that introduces the study of geography by introducing the 7 themes of geography and how they are used to interpret the world around them.(Under 3 ratings)
Pre assessment and vocabularyA unit that introduces the study of geography by introducing the 7 themes of geography and how they are used to interpret the world around them.(Under 3 ratings)
Scott Linders History Lesson PlanStudents will be introduced to a historical timeline of the United States Cavalry from the official enactment by Congress in 1833 to the present. Students will be shown items that reflect the look of a traditional Cavalry soldier and discuss the importance of these items. The lecture will provide students with a basic understanding and knowledge of the U.S. Cavalry providing the foundation for a more in depth look into historical events in upcoming lessons.(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball perfectly without errors.(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball perfectly without errors.(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(Under 3 ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(Under 3 ratings)
Self-EsteemStudents will gain knowledge on self-esteem, by learning about different aspect of emotion and the different ways people can detect that a person either have high, low or moderate self-esteem.(Under 3 ratings)
Settlement PatternsBy the end of today you will... Define Demography. Explore Vocabulary Identify and describe Settlement patterns D3.1 Describe Patterns of population settlement in Canada.(Under 3 ratings)
States in the United StatesWhat do I want my students to be able to do after the lesson? Students will: 1. Identify at least 95% of the states in their region(Under 3 ratings)
STSE education: global issues due to population growthStudents will be introduced to the human impact on the environment and explore alternatives to improve the situation on the planet.(Under 3 ratings)
The Law of SinesStudents will be able to use the Law of Sines to find missing parts of acute triangles. The deeper purpose of the lesson is to show how investigating with previous knowledge (tools) can lead to discovering something new.(Under 3 ratings)
The U.S. Constitution and Bill of RightsThe students will utilize their creative sides to reinforce the lesson on the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.(Under 3 ratings)
Third World Canada CGC1PD3.1 describe key characteristics of different types of population settlements in Canada . “Why might a First Nation student prefer to live on a reserve rather than in a nearby city?” D2.2 explain the role of push factors and pull factors in shaping current Canadian immigration patterns. "Comparing quality-of-life statistical indicators for Canada and other countries"(Under 3 ratings)
U.S. History: The Boston MassacreFollowing instruction students will be able to compare two primary sources in order to analyze the different perspectives on the same historical event. Students will distinguish fact from opinion in historical narratives. They will distinguish important and unimportant information.(Under 3 ratings)
Understanding Time Zones* No direct Curriculum Link. Mapping has been removed from the 2013 Curriculum. * Could be related to A2. Developing Transferable Skills: apply in everyday contexts skills, including spatial technology skills, developed through the investigation of Canadian geography, and identify some careers in which a background in geography might be an asset. Learning Goals. By the end of this lesson Students will know: What is a time zone? How where they created and why. How many time zones are there? Where is the International Date line. Daylight Saving Time Canada's 6 time zones.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 1: Understanding Scale* No direct Curriculum Link. Mapping has been removed from the 2013 Curriculum. * Could be related to A2. Developing Transferable Skills: apply in everyday contexts skills, including spatial technology skills, developed through the investigation of Canadian geography, and identify some careers in which a background in geography might be an asset. Learning Goals: The definition of map scale. There are three types of map scale. Representative Fractions must be converted into a direct statement so that it is in terms we understand. By the end of these two classes, student can answer any conversion questions and understand map scale.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2. Livable Communities introE1. The Sustainability of Human Systems: analyse issues relating to the sustainability of human systems in Canada (FOCUS ON: Interrelationships; Geographic Perspective) E1.5 propose courses of action that would make a community more sustainable Lesson Goals: Introduce the three Overall learning expectations and big questions Define the terms Livable and Sustainable Propose courses of action that would make their school more sustainable. Demonstrate individual ability to work with others and communicate in a talking circle. Class output: Poster divided into two with "Liveability" written on one half and "Sustainable Pius" on the other. Students stick their ideas on the poster for each section.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2: Introduction- Meet the CoywolfCurriculum: B3.1 describe the natural characteristics of their local area or region, and explain their significance for the region. E2.1 analyse interrelationships between the built and natural environments E1.2 identify various ways in which communities in Canada dispose of their waste material and describe potential environmental impacts of these methods Lesson Goals. By the end of this lesson: Students will understand that changes to the natural environment by human settlement has impacts (positive and negative) on wildlife. Students will learn how urban settings are having a positive impact on coy wolf populations. Students will consider the pros and cons of living with predators.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2: Sustainable Food systemsA1. Geographic Inquiry: use the geographic inquiry process and the concepts of geographic thinking when investigating issues relating to Canadian geography E1.1 analyse the effects of food production practices, distribution methods, and consumer choices on the sustainability of Canada’s food system(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2: Third World CanadaE1.4 analyse factors that affect the social and economic sustainability of communities. “Why might a First Nation student prefer to live on a reserve rather than in a nearby city?”(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 3: Mapping our ResourcesIntroduce students to the types of resources in canada and assess their knowledge of the spatial distribution of these resources. C3.3 describe the characteristics of various renewable, non-renewable, and flow resources that are found in Canada(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 3: Valuing Canada's AssetsB1.1 analyse environmental, economic, social, and/or political implications of different ideas and beliefs about the value of Canada’s natural environment, and explain how these ideas/beliefs affect the use and protection of Canada’s natural assets(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Black Lives MatterD2.2 Evaluate strategies used to address the needs of various immigrant groups within communities - Addressing hate crimes through community policing and education.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Canada's RoleD1.2 Identify global demographic disparities that are of concern to people living in canada, and assess the roles of individuals, organizations and governments in Canada in addressing them. - Role of individuals (charities funding and volunteering) - Role of non-governmental organizations - Role of federal government(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Comparing PyramidsD3.4 compare settlement and population characteristics of selected communities in Canada with those in other parts of the country and the world By the end of this lesson, Students will understand that human population growth has changed over time because of industrialization. Students will be able to successfully create population pyramids and see the DTM in action. Students will be able to analyze and describe population pyramids for Canada and the World.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Ecological Footprint introStudents learn the definition of ecological footprint and other related vocabulary. Students identify everyday items and consider what materials are used to make them. Students begin thinking about much of the planet is needed to meet their needs and consumer patterns. Introduce ecological footprint calculators.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Population IssuesD1.1 Analyse the impact of selected population trends on people living in Canadian communities and their implications for the future. - Aging population - Increase population density - Increase number of working parents (1980s-1990s) - Increase FNMI birthrates - Increased age of pregnancy(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Remembrance & RationsE1.1 use a variety of measurements to compare the impact on the natural environment of people in Canada and people in other countries. On this Remembrance day, students consider the lifestyle choices Canadian had to make during wartime and what their ecological footprint might have been. Students compare the 'lifetime use of resources' of an average Canadian, an average human, and an average person from one of the poorest nations in the world, Malawi.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Settlement factors and influencesD3.1 describe patterns of population settlement in Canada and assess the importance of various factors in determining population size, distribution, and density. D3.2 identify factors that influence the demographic characteristics of settlements across Canada. D3.5 Analyse trends in the migration of people within Canada. By the end of today, 1. Identify what influences settlement patterns? - Physical and Human Environment factors - Push and Pull Factors defined 2. Understand migration trends of people within Canada (why do people move?)(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Studying populationsD3.3 Analyse the major demographic characteristics of the Canadian Population. By the end of today’s lesson, - Why do we study populations? - How do we study populations? - What affects population growth? - Demographic Transition Model - Intro to Population Pyramids(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 5: EconomicsC2.1 assess the value (e.g., in terms of gross national product and other measures, such as numbers employed, contribution to culture and national identity) of various industrial sectors in Canada (e.g., energy, aerospace, automotive, food, agricultural, medical, software, financial)(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 5: Managing the EconomyC2.2 describe Canada’s major exports and imports, and assess some of the environmental, economic, social, and political implications of Canada’s current export and import patterns. “Is there a pattern in the types of resources and products that Canada exports and imports?” “Are most of our exports natural resources, items that have been manufactured, or goods and services?” “Would people living in Canada be able to produce the commodities that Canada imports?” “How do your choices as a consumer affect Canadian imports?” Lesson Goals - By the end of today, Define Free Trade and Tariffs Answer Big Trade Questions Managing the Economy (relationships and influences)(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 5: Trade and TariffsToday we will learn about: Manufacturing: How to make a fire truck Location Factor # 7 Circumstance Outsourcing Free Trade and Tariffs(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 211. Recognize the states that seceded from the Union and their reasons for doing so 2. Compare the political, geographical, and economical strengths and weaknesses of the North and the South in the war 3. Predict outcomes rooted in evidence(Under 3 ratings)
World Geography1. Describe the five themes of geography and provide real world examples of each. 2. Compare and contrast the three major types of regions and provide examples for each. 3. Describe the elements of the Earth’s grid system and apply their knowledge to locate major cities.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
Adolescence and Adulthood1.) Compare the physical changes that occur in boys and girls during adolescence. 2.) Describe the mental and emotional changes that occur during adolescence. 3.) Describe the social changes that occur during adolescence. 4.) Identify added responsibilities teens have during adolescence. 5.) Name three ways that changes during adolescence have affected your life.(Under 3 ratings)
Adolescence and Adulthood1.) Compare the physical changes that occur in boys and girls during adolescence. 2.) Describe the mental and emotional changes that occur during adolescence. 3.) Describe the social changes that occur during adolescence. 4.) Identify added responsibilities teens have during adolescence. 5.) Name three ways that changes during adolescence have affected your life.(Under 3 ratings)
AED/ExamsTo teach the students how to use the Automated External Defibrillator.(Under 3 ratings)
AED/ExamsTo allow the students to ask any questions they may have about the upcoming exam. The students will also be able to get any study material that they are missing in order to better prepare for the test.(Under 3 ratings)
AED/ExamsTo test the student's knowledge of the material covered in the class up until this point.(Under 3 ratings)
African Kingdoms and Culture - Lesson OneStudents should be able to understand key terms. Students should be able to relate African kingdoms and culture of history to what we know of today's Africa.(Under 3 ratings)
African Kingdoms and Culture - Lesson OneStudents should be able to understand key terms. Students should be able to relate African kingdoms and culture of history to what we know of today's Africa.(Under 3 ratings)
African Kingdoms and Culture - Lesson OneStudents should be able to understand key terms. Students should be able to relate African kingdoms and culture of history to what we know of today's Africa.(Under 3 ratings)
African Kingdoms and Culture - Lesson TwoStudents will be able to reflect on African Kingdoms and Culture by re-identifying key terms and objectives.(Under 3 ratings)
African Kingdoms and Culture - Lesson TwoStudents will be able to reflect on African Kingdoms and Culture by re-identifying key terms and objectives.(Under 3 ratings)
American Revolution/Boston Tea PartyWhy did the colonists dump tea into the harbor? Did the colonists achieve what that had set out to do? The student will be able to analyze the causes of the Boston Tea Party. The student will be able to assess the affects of the Boston Tea Party.(Under 3 ratings)
Apple Macintosh: The First Computer with Beautiful TypographyStudents will identify persons with major contributions to the field of graphic design.(Under 3 ratings)
Background InformationThe students should have a basic understanding of the real-life events that led up to what happened in the book, and they should know a little bit about the books history.(Under 3 ratings)
Bellringers & Essential QuestionsIn this lesson, students will learn important terminology needed to make connections through words and ideas, and determine how these words and ideas relate to the context knowledge.(Under 3 ratings)
Bellringers & Essential QuestionsIn this lesson, students will learn important terminology needed to make connections through words and ideas, and determine how these words and ideas relate to the context knowledge.(Under 3 ratings)
Boston Tea PartyWhy did the colonists dump tea into the harbor? Did the colonists achieve what that had set out to do? The student will be able to analyze the causes of the Boston Tea Party. The student will be able to assess the affects of the Boston Tea Party.(Under 3 ratings)
Building Life Skills1. State the importance of practicing life skills for lifelong wellness. 2. List 10 life skills that you need for a healthy life. 3. Predict how you can use each of the 10 life skills in your daily life.(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 13 Westward Expansion- Contrast the cultures of the Native Americans with that of the settlers - Explain motivations for Westward Expansion - Identify gov't policy concerning Native Americans - Trace the origins of the cattle industry(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 13 Westward Expansion II- Explain how the rapid settlement of the Great Plains took place - Describe how early settlers survived and farmed on the plains(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 13 Westward Expansion IIISame as 9/9(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 22: The Great Depression VI- Describe how people struggled during the Depression - Explain how the Depression affected men, women & children differently - Discuss how people today are affected with rises and falls in the economy(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 22: The Great Depression VII- Describe how people struggled during the Depression - Explain how the Depression affected men, women & children differently - Discuss how people today are affected with rises and falls in the economy(Under 3 ratings)
Ch 22: The Great Depression X- Explain Hoover's initial response to the Great Depression - Summarize Hoover's attempts to help the economy - Describe the Bonus Army & Hoover's actions towards it(Under 3 ratings)
Chantel's Lesson PlanTo have students demonstrate 3 different types of dance. With 30 seconds of each style of dance.(Under 3 ratings)
Citizenship*Students should be able to develop and understand the concept of citizenship. *Students should be able to develop the benefits and responsibilities of citizenship. The following questions should be able to be answered after instruction: -What is citizenship? -What are the duties and responsibilities of citizens? -What are examples in your school, town, state, or country concerning citizenship? -How does one become an citizen? -Why would someone want to become a citizen of the U.S.?(Under 3 ratings)
Copyright Law and Ethics Unit Study GuideIn this lesson, students will understand the business of Graphic communications and how copyright laws applies to printing and reproduction of work.(Under 3 ratings)
Creative Commons LicensesStudents will understanding how to create and apply for Creative Commons copyright licenses.(Under 3 ratings)
Early Child Education Lesson 8Identify, explain, and review information from Units 1-5: Childcare Roles and Obligation A Clean, Safe and Healthy Childcare Environment Food and Nutrition Rules and Regulations Early Childhood Development(Under 3 ratings)
Early Child Education Lesson 9Describe how children develop and grow cognitively during early childhood. Describe when play behaviors develop and how children play at different ages. Explain what the types of play are and how they benefit children. Explain how to integrate play into children’s activities in a child-care setting.(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education 1 Common Core Lesson PlanThe Students Will Be Able To: Think of a Traumatic or Devestating experience in their life, explain what happened and the coping skills used to handle or overcome the situation.(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 11Describe discipline Describe the three basic types of child discipline. Explain how to effectively communicate with children. Explain how to use positive language to create good behavior and self-esteem. Describe when to intervene and help children manage their own interactions using logical and natural consequences. Explain a time-out discipline option.(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 14Demonstrate developmentally appropriate communication with children Demonstrate how to talk with parents an maintain open communication Describe what observation is and how to observe children Explain record keeping a childcare setting Describe and discuss how to use your observations to improve the care of children(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 15Demonstrate developmentally appropriate communication with children Demonstrate how to talk with parents an maintain open communication Describe what observation is and how to observe children Explain record keeping a childcare setting Describe and discuss how to use your observations to improve the care of children(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 17Explain how to develop an educational plan that will help you to meet your goals. Describe good work habits. Describe where to find and how to use professional-development opportunities. Explain what personality traits will help you succeed. Explain how to care for yourself while caring for children.(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 18Identify Final Study Guide Identify time frame for Final Exam(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)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 41. Identify how child-care facilities are regulated 2. Understand the purpose of laws that guide child care facilities 3. Understand some of the regulations the standards and operation of child-care facilities and providers 4. Describe the signs and symptoms of child abuse 5. Identify how to speak to a child disclosing abuse(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 5Identify ways child-care facilities are regulated Understand the purpose of laws that guide child care facilities Understand some of the regulations and standards for the operation of child-care facilities and providers Identify the types of child-are facilities Describe the signs and symptoms of child abuse Identify how to speak to a child disclosing abuse(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Education Lesson 6Define and discuss physical, cognitive, language, and social development. Describe the typical stages of development from infancy through the school years. Describe how to recognize typical developmental milestones. Explain when to talk to parents about possible developmental delays.(Under 3 ratings)
Early Childhood Lesson 16Describe how to encourage language development in young children Describe ways young children use language Explain what a literacy-rich environment looks like and how to create one Describe the six essential pre-literacy skills Explain how to support children in learning pre-literacy skills(Under 3 ratings)
Education Stats in 1850 USStudents learn to find percentages of certain groups as sets of entire population and subgroups during the industrial revolution. Students predict possibilities of random selection. Students look for patterns in data. Students will attempt to find correlations without calculation.(Under 3 ratings)
FootballTo introduce the students to the equipment needed for football and the proper terminology that goes along with the game.(Under 3 ratings)
Fresco HistoryStudents will understand that fresco painting is a painting done with pure pigments in plaster. Students will understand that buon fresco is done in wet plaster, mezzo fresco is done in semi-dry plaster, and secco fresco is done on plaster that has been allowed to cure completely. Students will be able to identify when fresco painting first appeared and when it came to its apex. Students will understand why fresco is no longer a commonly used means to create a painting. Students will be able to explain why Pompeii is important to the history of fresco.(Under 3 ratings)
GuernicaStudents will be able to identify the title and artist for Guernica if shown the image again some time later. Students will understand the historical background and purpose behind the creation of Guernica. Students will infer reasons for Picasso's use of a non-traditional style for his mural.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science Education- Cardiology- PULSEContinued.....(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science Education- Cardiology- PULSEContinued.....(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science Education- Cardiology- PULSEContinued.....(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science Education- Cardiology- PULSEThe students will learn what a pulse is and where is comes from as well as abnomalities related to pulse and how to assess pulse- Health Science Standards: 1.1, 1.3, 8.3. Common Core Standards: *Read Information text, follow steps, answer evidence-based questions*(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. Describe how HIV infects the body's immune system. 2. Summarize the symptoms in each of the phases of HIV infection. 3. Identify three ways that HIV is spread. 4. List five ways that HIV is not spread. 5. State how a ten can know if he or she is at risk for HIV infection.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. Describe how HIV infects the body's immune system. 2. Summarize the symptoms in each of the phases of HIV infection. 3. Identify three ways that HIV is spread. 4. List five ways that HIV is not spread. 5. State how a teen can know if he or she is at risk for HIV infection.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. List four ways to protect yourself from HIV and AIDS. 2. Describe the process of getting tested for HIV. 3. Summarize the treatment for HIV infection and AIDS. 4. State three ways a person living with HIV infection can delay the progression from HIV to AIDS. 5. Identify four ways you can help an HIV/AIDS program in your community.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDSTo test the students knowledge of everything we have learned concerning HIV and AIDS.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) Summarize how drug abuse can negatively affect a person's life. 2.) Identify the ways that drug abuse can affect a family 3.) List four ways that drug abuse impacts society 4.) Describe the principles that describe effective drug abuse treatment. 5.) List five ways that you could refuse illegal drugs.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) Describe the dangerous risks of using stimulants, depressants, opiates, and hallucinogens for non-medical uses. 2.) Compare the dangers of two different types of stimulants 3.) Summarize the dangerous effects of depressants Rohypnol and dextromethorphan (DXM) 4.) Describe the dangerous physical and social effects of addiction to opiates such as heroin. 5.) Summarize the dangerous emotional effects that can result from hallucinogen abuse.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) List three things all types of illegal drugs have in common 2.) Summarize the effects of four commonly abused illegal drugs on the body. 3.) Describe the effects of marijuana on a persons behavior 4.) Identify the reason abusing inhalants can be deadly after one use. 5.) Compare the dangerous effects of five types of club drugs 6.) Summarize the dangerous effects of anabolic steroids.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) List three things all types of illegal drugs have in common 2.) Summarize the effects of four commonly abused illegal drugs on the body. 3.) Describe the effects of marijuana on a persons behavior 4.) Identify the reason abusing inhalants can be deadly after one use. 5.) Compare the dangerous effects of five types of club drugs 6.) Summarize the dangerous effects of anabolic steroids.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal DrugsTest students knowledge of illegal drugs.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) List six ways illegal drugs can be dangerous 2.) State five reasons a person might try illegal drugs 3.) Identify the reason drug abuse is especially dangerous to teens 4.) Describe two ways illegal drug use conflicts with your values and goals(Under 3 ratings)
Later IslamThe students will know who the Mughals are and to be able to identify key terms of African Kingdoms and Culture(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 1Explain the expectations of the course. Understand the course set-up, content subject of course, and types of activities and assignments students will need to accomplish. Demonstrate ability to use course tools and access announcement section, calendar of lessons and assignments, course lessons, due dates, dropbox, teacher contact information and class connect time. Identify the subject matter and scope of course. Explain expectations and appropriate behaviors during class connect sessions. Explain blackboard tools that the students will be using during Class Connect sessions such as the whiteboard, app share, web tour, emoticons, raise your hand, microphone, chat, polling, ect(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 101. Identify and explain the Tort Law in the U.S. 2. Identify and explain the three main tort laws. 3. Evaluate circumstances that qualify for tort law violation.(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 111.Understand how a consumer interacts within the market. 2.Understand the purpose and reason behind the Federal Trade Commission. 3.Understand what consumers are entitled to and what they should give back to the market. 4.Understand what the different warranties are, and how they can affect a consumer’s purchase. 5.Understand the ramifications of legal documents and oral documents and which is better. 6.Understand credit card responsibilities.(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 21. Define and compare laws and ethics 2. Explain ethical dilemmas 3. Understand and explore problem solving approaches to ethical dilemmas 4. Identify Utilitarian Decision, Rights Decision, Fairness and Justice Decision, Virtue Decision, and Common Good Decision 5. Define and compare rights and virtues 6. Define stare decisis and unconstitutional(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 31. Understand how a law moves through Congress. 2. Understand the key players in the law formation. 3. Understand the President's power of veto. 4. Understand what roles a citizen has. 5. Understand the ways in which the courts can affect the laws. 6. Understand how laws are changed. 7. Define bill, law, veto, pocket veto, amendment. 8. Identify and explain the role of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches role in law making process. 9. Identify the levels of the U.S. government.(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 41. Identify and describe the ways in which citizens can influence the law and government. 2. Identify a law suit, and two important Supreme Court cases, Vernonia School District v Acton 115 and Earls & James v. Board of Education 3. Describe the affect of Supreme Court rulings on drug testing in public schools 4. Identify Supremacy Clause and the use of having one overall law that governs all and compare to Constitution 5. Identify the levels of the U.S. court system 6. Practice changing school policies by mirroring the U.S. process of changing the law.(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 51. Identify the levels of our federal and state court system 2. Explain the process of criminal and civil cases 3. Explain the difference between civil and criminal cases 4. Identify a bench trial and jury trial 5. Compare a prosecutor to a defense attorney 6. Identify different aspects of a trial, trial terminology, and processes of a trial(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 61. Explain, review and recognize the trial system, criminal and civil cases, and terminology associated with a trial(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 71. Identify the factors that may lead to crime 2. Understand the individual that are involved in crime 3. Understand the purpose of the U.S. Criminal Justice System 4. Understand the differences between crimes 5. Understand the different levels of liability(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 81. Review, identify, and explain concepts from units 1-4(Under 3 ratings)
Law and Order Lesson 91. Identify, explain, and review major concepts from Units 1-4 2. Prepare for Midterm(Under 3 ratings)
Leading a Healthy Life1) Compare the major causes of death in the past with the major causes of death today. 2) Distinguish between controllable risk factors and uncontrollable risk factors. 3.) Compare the major causes of death for teens with those for other age groups in the United States. 4.) List the six health risk behaviors that lead to health problems in teens. 5.) Name three behaviors you can adopt now to improve your health.(Under 3 ratings)
Leading a Healthy Life1) Describe each of the six components of health. 2) State the importance of striving for optimal health. 3.) Describe four influences on wellnesses. 4.) Describe three ways to take charge of your wellness. 5.) Name two ways you can improve two components of your health.(Under 3 ratings)
Leading a Healthy Life1) Describe four ways society addresses health problems. 2) List three ways you can promote an issue to improve the health of others.(Under 3 ratings)
Leading a Healthy LifeThe objective of today is to assess the student's knowledge of Chapter 1.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson #2 Accommodates English Language Learners and Integrates Multimedia Presentation Software10.8 Students analyze the causes and consequences of World War II.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1Students should be able to define the various types of early human, different forms of Anthropology, and explain how Archaeology is used.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 2Now that they know how civilization started, brief overviews of emerging civilizations(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 2Use information from a variety of resources to describe and discuss current American political issues. (History, Economics, Geography)(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 32Read 98-102 Go over Notes Drill Land Forms and Bodies of Water of Central Europe and Low Countries Introduce Countries(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 33/34Homework Pop Quiz P. 104-107 to Wales Drill Map Skills(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe Students Will Be Able To: Think of a Traumatic or Devestating experience in their life, explain what happened and the coping skills used to handle or overcome the situation.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1. The student should be able to identify basic knowledge of Napoleon. 2. The student should be able comprehend facts on major Napoleonic Wars. 3. The student should be able to use the cell phone polling to demonstrate basic knowledge.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe Students are going to answer questions on four white boards on the field. Each white board will have random words that must be organized into a fitness activity set of directions. The students will perform the action move onto next board until all actions are complete.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to explain the difference between absolute and difference thresholds and the effect of adaptation on sensory thresholds and summarize the evidence for subliminal perception and extrasensory perception(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanExplain the origins and features of the factory system. Compare and contrast regions and states that experienced early industrialization. Explain the development and features of industrial capitalism. Explain the social and demographic impact of industrialization.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to successfully sign in to and use the Remind website.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to understand what the Reconstruction Era meant to the South, how it effected the people of the South and why it ended.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan #1Research, Evidence, and Point of View: "Students differentiate between primary and secondary sources." "Students pose relevant questions about events they encounter in historical documents, eyewitness accounts, oral histories, letters, diaries, artifacts, photographs, maps, artworks, and architecture."(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan - Lois Simpson DelkStudents will be able to identify each item included in the food label.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe how lifestyle can lead to diseases. 2.) List three controllable and three uncontrollable risk factors for lifestyle diseases? 3.) State two actions you can take now to lower your risk for developing a lifestyle disease later in life.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Summarize one's lifestyle can contribute to cardiovascular diseases. 2.) Describe four types of cardiovascular diseases. 3.) Identify two ways to detect and two ways to treat cardiovascular disease. 4.) List four things you can do to lower your risk for cardiovascular disease.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe what caner is. 2.) Identify three causes of cancer. 3.) Describe four types of cancer. 4.) Identify three ways to detect and three ways to treat cancer. 5.) List five things you can do to lower your risk for cancer.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe the role of insulin in diabetes. 2.) Compare type 1 and type 2 diabetes. 3.) Identify two ways to detect and two ways to treat type 1 and type 2 diabetes. 4.) Name two ways that you can prevent type 2 diabetes.(Under 3 ratings)
Living With Diabetes1.) To test the students knowledge of the information covered in chapter 14.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and Families1.) Describe the responsibilities of married partners. 2.) List five things couples should discuss if they are considering marriage. 3.) Name three difficulties that teenagers who are married may face. 4.) Identify four ways in which a teen can cope with a divorce or remarriage in the family.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and Families1.) Name three responsibilities of parenthood. 2.) Identify how a parent's behaviors can affect his or her children. 3.) Describe three traits you would like to develop before becoming a parent.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and Families1.) Discuss why families relationships are important. 2.) Describe different types of families. 3.) Name the characteristics of healthy families. 4.) State four ways to cope with family problems 5.) List three ways that you could help make your family happier.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and FamiliesTo further show the students the importance of making responsible decisions and understanding the affect that each decision has on you and your family.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and FamiliesTo test the students knowledge of the material covered in this chapter.(Under 3 ratings)
Music Appreciation Lesson 111. Understand the relationship history and culture have with music. 2. Identify the effects of Humanism, the Renaissance, and Enlightenment had on music artists, music development, and music growth in society.(Under 3 ratings)
New Student IntroductionThe students will learn the classroom procedures. They will have a better understanding of how to be successful in this Health Education class.(Under 3 ratings)
Oral Communications - Lesson 2 - Constructing Special Occasion SpeechesStudents will apply what they have learned to writing a special occasion speech. They will also employ analytic skills when revising peers' speeches.(Under 3 ratings)
Oral Communications - Special Occasion SpeechesStudents will be able to construct a speech of meaning (i.e, wedding toast, farewell) while appealing to an audience.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) Identify how genes are involved in hereditary diseases. 2.) Compare the three different types of hereditary diseases. 3.) Summarize three ways that a person with a genetic disease can cope with the disease. 4.) Describe a future medical treatment for hereditary diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) Compare immune disorders and autoimmune diseases. 2.) Describe two types of immune disorders. 3.) Describe two types of autoimmune diseases. 4.) Summarize how people can cope with immune disorders and autoimmune diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) List three myths about disabilities. 2.) Describe three different types of disabilities. 3.) Identify two ways people cope with disabilities. 4.) Identify one way that you can help create a positive environment for people with disabilities.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) The students will ask the teacher anything they may be confused about. 2.) The teacher will cover any topics that were left out or not explained well enough for the students to feel comfortable with taking the test.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and DisabilitiesTo test the students knowledge on the information covered in this chapter.(Under 3 ratings)
Overview and History Unit Study GuideIn this lesson, students will understand the historical impact of the printing press in the graphic communications industry. Also, students should explain the important role of graphic communications in our technological society, as well as recall the segments of the printing industry.(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 111. Learn the benefits of team sports and the objectives of competitive play. 2. Identify questions to ask when choosing the right sport.(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 181. Review fitness goals and semester-long experience with daily physical activity. 2. Evaluate performance and note improvements in endurance, strength, flexibility, and skills. 3. Engage in physical activity and experience the health benefits of exercise.(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 19Assess your health and fitness goals Create a fitness and/or diet plan for this semester that is detailed and measurable Exercise daily and work towards your fitness goals(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 20Identify and re-explain the students' weekly assignment - Activity Journal Identify and explain the students upcoming assignment - Week 5 Current Event(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 21Identify students' Week 5 assignment Identify metabolism boosting foods Identify and explain brown fat Identify and explain why strength training is important for teens(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 22Identify and explain the PE Activity Log assignment Identify the due date of the Activity Log Describe the process and criteria needed for a complete and correct Activity Log(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 23Identify and explain the assignments for the week: The Activity Log should be submitted through the journal tab. Boys and Girls PE Extra Credit assignment opportunity(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 24Identify the assignment, the Activity Log that needs to be turned in(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 25Identify the weekly assignment(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 27Identify the weekly assignment(Under 3 ratings)
PE Lesson 9Evaluate current fitness level and review exercise form and technique. Revise goals as necessary based on knowledge acquired so far.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education 9/16Field Work-Active and Passive Stretching(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education lesson 1Explain the expectations of the course. Understand the course set-up, content subject of course, and types of activities and assignments students will need to accomplish. Demonstrate ability to use course tools and access announcement section, calendar of lessons and assignments, course lessons, due dates, dropbox, teacher contact information and class connect time. Identify the subject matter and scope of course. Explain expectations and appropriate behaviors during class connect sessions. Explain blackboard tools that the students will be using during Class Connect sessions such as the whiteboard, app share, web tour, emoticons, raise your hand, microphone, chat, polling, ect Understand course objectives, process, assignments, and, journals Explain the process of the course.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 101. Identify benefits of individual physical activities and team sports. 2. Gain an overview of different types of exercise experience - indoors and outdoors. 3. Identify benefits of working-out outdoors. 4. Recall health and fitness benefits of aerobic and anaerobic exercise. 5. Identify a resource that can be used to track students' fitness progress.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 21. Explain the importance of exercise and identify examples of its effects on your physical and mental health 2. Explain the importance of stretching before and after your workouts and its affects on your body 3. Identify different stretches 4. Identify the goal of a personal fitness plan(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 31. Understand the importance of a strong circulatory system and respiratory system to overall health. 2. Identify and understand the role of the cardiovascular system - the circulatory system and respiratory system and their importance to your health 3. Learn the benefits of exercise on your cardiovascular system, your heart and lungs 4. Identify how to measure different heart rates 5. Measure heart rates to determine Target Heart Rate(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 41. Identify and define anaerobic exercise 2. Identify and describe the types of anaerobic exercise 3. Identify the body's muscle groups that benefit from anaerobic exercise 4. Explain the fundamentals of anaerobic exercise 5. Identify a strength training regimen 6. Explain the precautions that must be taken while completing anaerobic exercise(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 51. Identify and explain the value of nutrition and healthy food choices to one's health 2. Identify, define, and explain the use of calories 3. Define and understand metabolism and metabolic rate 4. Identify how genetics and physical activity help your body convert food into energy 5. Identify excess calories in your diet 6. Identify proteins, minerals, vitamins, carbohydrates, and fats and how they relate to you health 7. Identify and explain purpose of hydration and it's affects on your health 8. Identify side affects of dehydration(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 61. Recognize the importance of proper safety techniques and equipment in avoiding injury. 2. Identify common sports injuries and how they should be treated. 3. Recognize importance of proper warm-up stretches before exercising to avoid injury(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 71. Learn to distinguish between fact and myth in marketing claims. 2. Understand that reliance on idealized media images may result in unsafe actions or practices. 3. Engage in physical activity and experience the health benefits of exercise.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 81. Learn to make intelligent decisions when choosing fitness equipment. 2. Understand the importance of proper care and maintenance of sports gear.(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) Identify five different agents that can cause infectious diseases. 2.) List four ways that infectious diseases spread. 3.) Describe two different treatments for infectious diseases. 4.) Name two ways you can help prevent the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria.(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) Describe how the body fights infectious diseases. 2.) Summarize five things a person can do to stay well. 3.) Describe how immunity to a disease develops.(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) State why diseases affect everybody 2.) Identify two bacterial diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread 3.) Identify two viral diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread. 4.) List examples of fungal, protozoan, and parasitic infections, and describe their symptoms. 5.) Name two organizations in your community that help treat and prevent the spread of infectious diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 10Understand the stages of development Understated the physiological changes that occur over the life span Understand the cognitive changes that occur over the life span Understand the  social changes that occur over the life span Understand the research that has sought answers about development Understand the factors that allow for individual differences Critically look at the developmental issues talked about above(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 21. Define psychology 2. Understand the roots of psychology 3. Understand and apply the theories and approaches of psychology 4. Understand and demonstrate the ways psychology is tested 5. Prepare for your unit exam(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 3Identify how the brain is studied Identify scans used to examine and study the brain Describe the methods for studying the brain and its functions Locate and describe different parts of the brain(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 4Identify and explain a neuron and the nervous system. Identify The Central Nervous System and the Peripheral Nervous system Explain how our nervous system helps our bodies function by relaying messages throughout our body Identify how neurons communicate with each other and identify neurotransmitters(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 5Identify and understand sensation Identify transduction Identify absolute threshold, just noticeable difference, and subliminal Understand the process of sensation(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 6Define consciousness Identify the three other levels of consciousness: Nonconsciousness, Preconscious, and Unconsciousness Identify the use of the electroencephalograph (EEG)to be used to measure the electrical activity of the brain Identify and describe the stages of sleep Define REM sleep Identify and describe the scientific thoughts pertaining to dreaming(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 7Understand how learning takes place Understand Classic Conditioning Identify and explain unconditioned stimulus, conditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, and conditioned response Interpret our dreams and make correlations(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 8(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology Lesson 9Understand the stages of development Understated the physiological changes that occur over the life span Understand the cognitive changes that occur over the life span Understand the  social changes that occur over the life span Understand the research that has sought answers about development Understand the factors that allow for individual differences Critically look at the developmental issues talked about above(Under 3 ratings)
Reconstruction-Analyze the economic impact of the Civil War on the South - Identify the programs of Johnson's Reconstruction policy - Analyze the conflict between Congress and the president(Under 3 ratings)
Reconstruction I (cont.)Analyze the conflict between Congress & the president during Reconstruction(Under 3 ratings)
Reconstruction II- Summarize economic problems in the South - Describe efforts of former slaves to improve their lives - Analyze changes in the southern economy(Under 3 ratings)
Reconstruction III- Identify reason for the collapse of Congressional Reconstruction - Explain some of the successes and failures of Reconstruction -(Under 3 ratings)
Reconstruction IV- Connect challenges of Reconstruction with it's outcomes(Under 3 ratings)
The Bipolar Cold WarAt the end of instruction students will analyze propaganda posters from both sides of the cold war State Standards: 10.9-2: Analyze the causes of the Cold War, with the free world on one side and Soviet client states on the other, including competition for influence in such places as Egypt, the Congo, Vietnam, and Chile.(Under 3 ratings)
The Industrial Revolution and HealthAt the end of instruction students will be able to analyze primary sources on the Industrial Revolution's effects of human health. State Standard: 10.3-2: Examine how scientific and technological changes brought about massive social, economic, and cultural change.(Under 3 ratings)
The Non-Aligned MovementAt the end of instruction: 1. Students will analyze a speech from the Banding Conference in 1955 2. Students will argue which cold war side they agree with by taking a poll and discussing their choice State Standards: 10.9 Students analyze the international developments in the post-World World War II world.(Under 3 ratings)
U.S. History Lesson 15Identify ways for students to bring up their grades(Under 3 ratings)
U.S. History Lesson 16Identify the economic, social, and government features of the North and South Compare and contrast the North and South economies and ideas towards slavery and its growth into the west Explain that the northern states were based on industry and had many manufacturing factories. Explain the northern states' cities and populations were large Explain northern states had outlawed slavery and there were growing in abolitionist attitudes. Explain the southern states were based on agriculture and there was a huge cotton industry Explain the southern states were dependent on slavery and had many plantations producing huge amounts of cotton, rice, indigo, and tobacco Explain the southern states were dependent on slavery and the social attitude was in favor of slavery and its growth into the west Based on their readings and understandings of the northern and southern ideologies, students will predict the progress of the west in regards to becoming more pro-north vs. pro-south.(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 1Identify and locate key sections and materials in the course Understand how to complete the course assignments, progress through the course, and locate grades Identify history and explain the purposes of studying history Explain the Land Bridge Theory Explain how the Americas were first populated(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 10Identify George Washington Explain presidential precedents by Washington Explain the Cabinet Identify positions of the Cabinet Identify A. Hamilton and T. Jefferson and their ideas for the direction for the country Identify the Whiskey Rebellion Explain what angered Americans about the Sin Tax on whiskey Explain Washington's response to an internal rebellion(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 11Identify Thomas Jefferson and his presidency Explain the achievements of Jefferson's presidency to include; helping to make the US more democratic, the Louisiana Purchase, and foreign diplomacy. Identify on a map the LA Purchase Identify Sacajawea and Lois and Clark and their quest to map out a route to Pacific coast Identify British and French piracy as a threat the American trade Explain the Embargo Act and the Nonintercourse Act(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 13Explain the Industrial Revolution Identify and explain the negative and positive effects of the Industrial Revolution Identify Samuel Slater, Moses Brown, Eli Whitney, and Robert Fulton Identify James Monroe and Andrew Jackson Describe and explain the presidencies of Monroe and Jackson Explain the Era of Good Feelings Explain the Adams Onis Treaty and how the U.S. purchased Florida Explain the Monroe Doctrine and its effects the U.S. name in the world Explain the Spoils System and it's negative effects Explain the Trail of Tears and Jackson's dealings with Native Americans(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 17Identify, explain, describe, and discuss the topics from Unit 4.(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 18Identify and explain the events leading up to the Civil War: the Missouri Compromise, Wilmot Proviso, Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Harriet Beecher Stowe, the 1856 and 1860 Presidential elections including candidates their political parties and their position on slavery, Kansas Nebraska Act, Harper’s Ferry and John Brown’s Raid, Compromise of 1850, Dred Scott Decision, Fugitive Slave Act, the Lincoln/Douglas Debates Identify and explain significance of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis Explain the beginning of Civil War: the Crisis at Fort Sumter and the formation of the Confederate States of America Identify and locate on a map the Confederate and Union states(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 19Identify, explain and describe US expansion in the 1800s Identify and explain Manifest Destiny Identify and explain the Texas Independence and annexation Identify and explain the Mexican War Identify and explain the Gold Rush(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 3Identify the 13 British colonies Explain the reason for their founding Identify the economic activities and geographies of the 13 colonies Describe slavery in the colonies Identify and describe influences on the development of the colonies(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 4Identify and explain the causes of the French and Indian War Identify and locate on a map the Ohio River Valley Describe and compare the relationships between the French, English and their Native American allies Identify George Washington and Ben Franklin and their role in the French and Indian War times Explain the processes and military strategies for fighting the war Identify and explain the Treaty of Paris and outcome of war(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 6Explain why war began in North America Identify George Washington Describe how Britain tried to ease growing tensions on the American frontier List the ways colonists reacted to new taxes imposed by Parliament. Identify the new colonial leaders and the Boston Massacre Explain the events that led up to the Boston Massacre Explain the Proclamation of 1763, Sugar Act, Stamp Act, Townshend Acts, Tea Act, Boston Tea Party, and Intolerable Acts Explain how a dispute over tea led to tension between the colonists and Britain Identify the reasons fighting broke out at Lexington and Concord Define the First Continental Congress, militia, minutemen Identify the Battles of Lexington and Concord(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 7Identify the battles fought in New Jersey and New York Explain how the Battle of Saratoga marked a turning point in the war and the French alliance Describe the conditions at Valley Forge Describe the role of women in the war List the roles of African Americans had during the American Revolution Explain how the war was fought on the frontier and at sea Explain the Battle of Yorktown and the American and French siege Explain and discuss the Treaty of Paris and the end of the war Identify the new boundaries of the U.S.(Under 3 ratings)
US History Lesson 9Describe and explain the causes of the American Revolution Explain the key concepts of the Declaration of Independence Describe and explain the Revolutionary War Explain the Articles of Confederation Explain the key concepts of the Constitution(Under 3 ratings)
Video Clips of Historical Moments in the Graphic Communications IndustryStudents will understand how Graphic Design has impacted our history and the way society disseminates information.(Under 3 ratings)
Video Clips: Copyright 101Students to learn about copyright law and what procedures you need to take in order to protect your creative expression.(Under 3 ratings)
Weight Room Fitness PlanStudents will be able to write a creative essay describing proper technique of a push-up. I will be able to act our written information and perform task appropriately.(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases1.) Describe how the body fights infectious diseases. 2.) Summarize five things a person can do to stay well. 3.) Describe how immunity to a disease develops. 4.) State three things you should do when you are sick 5.) List three things you can do to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases1.) State why diseases affect everybody 2.) Identify two bacterial diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread 3.) Identify two viral diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread. 4.) List examples of fungal, protozoan, parasitic infections, and describe their symptoms 5.) Name two organizations in your community that help treat and prevent the spread of infectious diseases(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases1.) Test students knowledge of the material previously covered in the chapter.(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases?1.) Identify five different agents that can cause infectious diseases. 2.) List four ways that infectious diseases can be spread. 3.) Describe two different treatments for infectious diseases. 4.) Name two ways you can help prevent the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases?1.) Identify five different agents that can cause infectious diseases. 2.) List four ways that infectious diseases can be spread. 3.) Describe two different treatments for infectious diseases. 4.) Name two ways you can help prevent the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria(Under 3 ratings)
World History 15Identify ways for students to improve their grades(Under 3 ratings)
World History lesson 1Identify and locate key sections and materials in the course Understand how to complete the course assignments, progress through the course, and locate grades. Demonstrate familiarity with the organization and format of lessons in this course. Recognize elements that are generally used to define civilization and distinguish it from other forms of social structure. Define history and identify reasons for studying it.(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 10Identify the rise of the Greek civilization On a map locate Greece, Athens, and Sparta. Compare the locations of Athens and Sparta. Identify the Greeks as seafaring people Describe the geography of Greece Identify the major crops of Greece Describe the Athens polis Describe the Greek culture Compare and contrast Athens and Sparta Identify and describe the Golden Age of Athens(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 11Identify the reasons for Athens and Sparta to go to war Identify the process and outcome of the Peloponnesian Wars(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 13Identify Alexander the Great Explain the life and military achievements of Alexander the Great Identify Alexander the Great's legacies and death Identify and explain the growth of Greek culture due to Alexander's conquests(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 16Identify and explain the geography of Africa Explain the sahel, savanna, desert, and the congo Explain how people managed and adapted to their environment to survive and thrive Identify other defining geographic characteristics such as the Great Rift Valley, Congo River, Nile River, Niger River, Lake Victoria, Lake Chad, Lake Tanganyika, and the coastal region Identify the many available resources in Africa and how those profited their economic systems. Compare and contrast the West and East settlement and development of Africa(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 17Identify and explain the growth of the Byzantine Empire after the fall of the Roman Empire. Identify the Eastern Orthodox Church and its influence Identify Constantinople Identify emperors Diocletian, Constantine, and Justinian Identify empress Theodora and her influence on Justinian's rule(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 18Identify and explain the Tang and Song dynasties Identify Tang and Song ideas and innovations that spread throughout the known world and improved everyday life, travel, and trade.(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 19Identify and explain different culture's perceptions of beauty(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 2Identify factors that led to the development of agriculture, pastoralism, and a division of labor. Recognize the significance of the Neolithic Revolution. Describe key social, cultural, and economic characteristics of early agricultural villages and the first cities. Recognize elements that are generally used to define civilization and distinguish it from other forms of social structure. Explain the meaning of the term Neolithic Revolution. Locate on a map the Fertile Crescent and cities of Mesopotamia. Describe the effect of geography on early civilizations. Locate on a map the Fertile Crescent and cities of Mesopotamia. Identify key physical features of the Nile Valley and their impact on the development of society in ancient Egypt. Summarize key features of daily life and society in ancient Egypt. Describe religious beliefs and practices in ancient Egypt(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 3Identify key physical features of the Indian subcontinent and early China. Summarize what archaeologists have discovered about early civilization in the Indus Valley and why their knowledge is limited. Describe the origins and structure of Chinese society and culture.(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 4Identify and explain the building, characteristics, successes, and failures of the Babylonian and Sumerian empires.(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 6Review the main ideas and concepts from Unit 1(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 7Recognize major trading societies of the Mediterranean and their impact on later cultures. Describe ways in which elements of culture spread from one society to another. Locate on a map key civilizations, geographic features, and trade routes of the ancient world. Identify elements of Minoan culture. Describe Phoenician trade, colonies, and contributions to world culture. Recognize the role of trade in the spread and exchange of culture. Analyze maps of the Mediterranean region and the early societies and trade there.(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 8Identify and explain how to evaluate a web source and book source for research Identify the criteria one should evaluate from a web or book source Describe how to complete their research assignment(Under 3 ratings)
World History Lesson 9Describe and explain the kingdoms developed by the Minoans, Phoenicians, Hebrews, Indians, and Chinese Explain the causes of these kingdoms to prosper and their legacies to include writing system and religions.(Under 3 ratings)
World History S2I will understand key terms, events leading up to WWI, Key dates of events, and especially I will understand the meaning of nationalism and patriotism and its role in WWI.(Under 3 ratings)
World War I Influence on Intellectual Life, Literature and ArtFollowing instruction students will be able to: 1. Analyze artwork in the interwar period between World War I and World War II 2. Relate their analyze to World War I's effects on the social, political, economic, and intellectual life around the world Historical Thinking Skill Objective: Students to be able to weigh World War I’s influence on art by analyzing the differences between artworks done before World War I and artworks done after World War I. California Content: Discuss the influence of World War I on literature, art, and intellectual life in the West (e.g., Pablo Picasso, the “lost generation” of Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway).(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
06/06/16US.2.1 Evaluate the social, political, and economic antagonism that occurred between ethnic and cultural groups as a result of westward expansion US.2.2 Describe the economic changes that came about on the western frontier as a result of the expansion of the railroad, cattle kingdoms, and farming US.2.3 Describe the causes of the political, social, and economic problems encountered by farmers on the western frontier and critique the solutions developed by the Populist movement US.2.4 Examine the effect of the government’s laissez-faire policy, innovations in technology and transportation, and changes in business organization that led to the growth of an industrial economy US.2.5 Illustrate the phases, geographic origins, and motivations behind mass immigration and explain how these factors accelerated urbanization US.2.6 Describe the challenges associated with immigration, urbanization, and rapid industrialization and evaluate the government’s response(Under 3 ratings)
06/07/16US.2.5 Illustrate the phases, geographic origins, and motivations behind mass immigration and explain how these factors accelerated urbanization US.2.6 Describe the challenges associated with immigration, urbanization, and rapid industrialization and evaluate the government’s response(Under 3 ratings)
06/08/16US.2.8 Identify the goals of Progressivism; describe the influence of the Muckrakers, political leaders, and intellectuals; and evaluate the movement’s successes and failures US.3.1 Analyze the causes of U.S. imperialistic policies and describe both the immediate and long term consequences upon newly acquired territories US.3.2 Describe the influence of U.S. imperialistic foreign policies upon Latin America and the Pacific region(Under 3 ratings)
06/09/16US.3.1 Analyze the causes of U.S. imperialistic policies and describe both the immediate and long term consequences upon newly acquired territories US.3.2 Describe the influence of U.S. imperialistic foreign policies upon Latin America and the Pacific region US.3.3 Describe the root causes of World War I and evaluate the reasons for U.S. entry into the war US.3.4 Explain how the U.S. government financed WWI, managed the economy, and directed public support for the war effort US.3.5 Analyze how key military leaders, innovations in military technology, and major events affected the outcome of WWI US.3.6 Describe the goals of political leaders at the Paris Peace Conference and analyze the consequences of the Treaty of Versailles(Under 3 ratings)
06/10/16US.4.4 Examine the causes of the Great Depression and its effects on the American people, and evaluate how the Hoover administration responded to this crisis(Under 3 ratings)
06/10/16US.4.4 Examine the causes of the Great Depression and its effects on the American people, and evaluate how the Hoover administration responded to this crisis(Under 3 ratings)
06/13/16US.4.6 Examine the causes of World War II and explain the reasons for U.S. entry into the war US.4.7 Explain how the U.S. government financed World War II, managed the economy, and encouraged public support for the war effort US.4.8 Examine the role of minority groups, including women, on the home front and in the military and describe how it changed their status in society US.4.9 Analyze the major events, turning points, and key strategic decisions of World War II and describe how they affected the outcome of the war US.4.10 Describe how key political and military leaders affected the outcome of World War II and led to the beginning of the Cold War(Under 3 ratings)
06/14/16US.4.6 Examine the causes of World War II and explain the reasons for U.S. entry into the war US.4.7 Explain how the U.S. government financed World War II, managed the economy, and encouraged public support for the war effort US.4.8 Examine the role of minority groups, including women, on the home front and in the military and describe how it changed their status in society US.4.9 Analyze the major events, turning points, and key strategic decisions of World War II and describe how they affected the outcome of the war US.4.10 Describe how key political and military leaders affected the outcome of World War II and led to the beginning of the Cold War(Under 3 ratings)
06/15/16US.5.3 Explain how the post-war social movements caused change by analyzing the methods used by the leaders, the effectiveness of legislation, and the impact of key events US.5.4 Describe the role and importance of the Civil Rights movement in the expansion of opportunities for African Americans in the United States(Under 3 ratings)
06/16/16US.5.2 Cite evidence that links domestic events and foreign policies of the 1960s and 1970s to escalating Cold War tensions(Under 3 ratings)
06/17/16US.5.5 Explain how the leaders’ personalities, events, and policies of the 1980s combined to bring about an end to the Cold War US.6.1 Compare and contrast the domestic policies of the post-Cold War presidencies US.6.2 Describe advances in medicine, technology, and the media during the modern era and explain how these advances have altered society US.6.3 Trace the evolution of United States relationships with Middle East countries and explain how these interactions have defined our image in the region US.6.4 Describe events that changed American people’s perceptions of government over time US.6.5 Identify landmark Supreme Court decisions from the Warren Court to the present, categorize the ideology of the decisions, and assess the impact on political and social institutions US.6.6 Trace the rise in domestic and foreign terrorism and analyze its effect on America’s way of life(Under 3 ratings)
America Enters the World’s Stage - Lesson 2Students should be able to outline and define groups appointed to help at home with WWI.(Under 3 ratings)
America Enters the World’s Stage - Lesson 2Students should be able to outline and define groups appointed to help at home with WWI.(Under 3 ratings)
Anatomy 2/2 (Substitute Day)Students will view a video.(Under 3 ratings)
Branches of Government LessonStudents will be able to identify the three branches of government and provide a statement that articulates the significance of their ideological origins of the Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)
CIM/EDD 1/27/17Students will be able to differentiate between the various techniques and historical figures in manufacturing.(Under 3 ratings)
Developmental PsychologyMonday Review Crystallized and Fluid Intelligence Read in text about the evidence of gaming on cognitive retention/decline Read dialogue of marriage proposal: Dimensia or alzheimers Seth Rogan's testimony to Congress about Alzheimers Play AARP Brain Games using iPads(Under 3 ratings)
Forensics and LawStudents will be able to discuss and compare various types of laws and how they relate to forensic science.(Under 3 ratings)
how do ideal gases behaveto learn how real-world experience with gaseous behavior under temperature and pressure and volume changes relate to the gas laws(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to US History and Historical ThinkingStudent should be able to reconcile conflicting claims, consider multiple perspectives and evaluate the reliability of sources.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3Progress US history through war of 1812(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will discover and examine the different aspects of the 1960's in America. The will gain an understanding as to why this decade is so pivotal. They will question motives an analyze text. They will study the lasting effects of the 60's and what it means for society today.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe goal of this lesson is to introduce students to the culture(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to expand and gain new skills in investing, saving, communication, cooperation, and decision making. Students should be able to understand how the Stock Market works.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to expand and gain new skills in investing, saving, communication, cooperation, and decision making. Students should be able to understand how the Stock Market works.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students' should be able to display an understanding of you the different economic system affects society.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanReview and discuss Key figures, places, and purposes(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents watch America History of US to gain additional insights(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe discussion today will focus on analyzing and debating on two different historical ideas placed forth by the works of Martin Bernal in The Black Athena and Mary Lefkowitz's Ancient History, Modern Myths.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn about the history that links Cuba to the United States and how that relationship is changing today and what could be next for the two neighboring countries.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan"How is demand affected by supply?" Understanding of the World Economic Market(Under 3 ratings)
Objective 1 & 2 PBLStudents will research 1 country's method or model of child care and compare it to an American model discussed in class. Once they have created this comparison they will use a set of standards they have compiled to create a "new" method of child care that they believe to be the best. These will all be presented in class.(Under 3 ratings)
Objective 1: Day 1• Differentiate among the types of early childhood education programs.(Under 3 ratings)
Objective 1: Day 2Differentiate among the types of early childhood education programs.(Under 3 ratings)
Objective 2Analyze the relationships, roles, and partnerships among the child, parent and the early childhood education professional.(Under 3 ratings)
Objective 3Identify cultural, religious, family and environmental factors that may affect a child’s development.(Under 3 ratings)
Objective 3 & 4Identify cultural, religious, family and environmental factors that may affect a child’s development. Investigate the federal, state, and other accrediting institutions’ regulations regarding the early childhood education industry.(Under 3 ratings)
Objective 4Investigate the federal, state, and other accrediting institutions’ regulations regarding the early childhood education industry.(Under 3 ratings)
PBL Day 2Students will continue research and start to work more on their comparison of the 2 models based on their chosen criteria.(Under 3 ratings)
PBL Day 3Students will use gathered data and set of criteria to create a "New Model" of education for early childhood students. Any method of final presentation will be uploaded to Google Classroom.(Under 3 ratings)
PBL: Day 4Students will present their PBLs today for teacher and entire class.(Under 3 ratings)
Perfect CompetitionUnderstand the basic supply and demand graph for an industry.(Under 3 ratings)
SurplusesUnderstand Consumer and Producer Surplus(Under 3 ratings)
The Vietnam War: CausationStudents should be able to explain the events that led to the Vietnam War and identify influential figures that played a role in the war.(Under 3 ratings)
U.S. & VA HistoryTo introduce and discuss The Federalist Papers, how they relate to the Federal Government today, and the effect they had on the people when they were written.(Under 3 ratings)
Understanding the American Experience using Poetry.Students will understand the American experience through the voice of Langston Hughes. Students will read the poem, "I, Too," and compare the themes expressed with that of Walt Whitman's poem, "I Hear America Singing." Students will identify the metaphors used in Hughes poem and explain their meanings. They will create a collage that visualizes America as expressed in both poems. Students will read another poem, "Let America be America" and decide whether the details vividly captures the struggles of Black Americans. To complete this week's lesson, students will find three poems that highlight the progress of America and students will prepare a presentation that explains the meaning of each poem.(Under 3 ratings)
Voting Rights Act of 1965 Political Cartoon LessonStudents will be able to analyze the passage and effects of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 through determining the central ideas of a political cartoon addressing the social and political conditions of the time. Students will be able to identify contemporary issues impacting the voting rights of African Americans today.(Under 3 ratings)
World War I and AftermathStudents will be able to outline key events of World War I and after. Students will know key terms related to World War I and after.(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
*Lesson Plan - The Seven Laws of the Learner(1)To identify the biblical job of the Christian teacher and (2)is the average teacher fulfilling those responsibilities or rebelling against them.(Under 3 ratings)
An Emotioally Smart Literacy Environment for ELLsHow do we teach English Language Learners?(Under 3 ratings)
AP Unit 3-3Students will be able to differentiate between balanced and unbalanced forces using a free body diagram. Students will associate an unbalanced force with an acceleration and agree that the directions are the same. Students will understand that the acceleration an object experiences is proportional to the force and inversley proportional to the mass of the object.(Under 3 ratings)
AP Unit 3-5Understand Newton's 3rd Law. Break vectors part to find static equilibrium values.(Under 3 ratings)
Business CommunicationsStudents should be able to have a basic understanding of communication and the importance of good communication in the workplace.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2-5: Day 3To orient students around commonly-used advanced vocabulary words in Muhammad: Messenger of God. To prepare students for competition game tomorrow. To ground students in the timeline of US History To aid with retention of knowledge through hand-on learning(Under 3 ratings)
Civil War - Reading for MeaningStudents will be able to understand the war from various perspectives (e.g. soldiers, political leaders, civilians from both sides of the conflict, slaves, and former slaves).(Under 3 ratings)
Declaration of IndependenceStudents will be able to... 113.44 (c)(1) (A) explain major political ideas in history, including the laws of nature and nature’s God, unalienable rights natural law, natural rights , divine right of kings, social contract theory, and the rights of resistance to illegitimate government; (C) identify the individuals whose principles of laws and government institutions informed the American founding documents, and ideas that underlie the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, including those of Moses, William Blackstone, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Charles de Montesquieu.(Under 3 ratings)
Economic SystemsTo understand that every society has an economic system to allocate goods and services.(Under 3 ratings)
Education 1001- Blended Classroom TeachingTo teach students what a blended classroom is, as well as what principles look for when observing a blended classroom(Under 3 ratings)
Education and EmploymentStudents will explore post graduation options for education and employment(Under 3 ratings)
Historical Origins of BuddhismSWBAT: Learn about the different branches of Buddhism and how they came about.(Under 3 ratings)
History of Evolutionary thoughtTo understand the historical development of the theory of evolution(Under 3 ratings)
History of Political Parties1.) Group Discussion: Parties at the Beginning of America 2.) Notes and Prezi 3.) Video "Crash Course"(Under 3 ratings)
History of the TalibanStudents should be able to... 113.44 (c)(2)(B) analyze the impact of political changes brought about by individuals, political parties, interest groups, or the media, past and present. (4)(B) analyze the economic significance to the United States of the location and geographic characteristics of how U.S. foreign policy affects selected places and regions such as oil fields in the Middle East.(Under 3 ratings)
Honors Unit 3 3rd lawStudents will understand how to identify action reaction pairs in accordance with Newton's 3rd Law. Students will know action reaction pairs act on two different objects and must be the same type of force. Students will be able to explain that the reason both objects don't experience the same force is due to forces acting on objects of two different masses, and objects may have other forces interacting with them that cause motion to differ.(Under 3 ratings)
Honors Unit 3-3Students will be able to differentiate between balanced and unbalanced forces using a free body diagram. Students will associate an unbalanced force with an acceleration and agree that the directions are the same. Students will understand that the acceleration an object experiences is proportional to the force and inversley proportional to the mass of the object.(Under 3 ratings)
Honors Unit 3-4Students will be able to use quantitative analysis to solve problems involving Newton's 2nd Law(Under 3 ratings)
Industrial Age and Sweatshops - Write to LearnStudents will be able to: Discuss the working conditions that led to the Haymarket Affair, the Homestead Strike, and the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire. List some actions, both positive and negative, of the managers and workers involved in the incidents studied. Discuss the significance of the featured events to the labor movement, the industrialists involved, and the attitude of the American people toward working conditions in the United States. Take a stand on sweatshops today, supported with evidence.(Under 3 ratings)
Industrial Age in America - Compare and ContrastStudents will be able to identify the characteristics and impact of Grangerism and Populism. Students will be able to describe the impact of the populist party and cooperatives had on american industrialization.(Under 3 ratings)
Industrial Age in America - Inductive LearningStudents will be able to identify the characteristics and impact of Grangerism and Populism Students will be able to discuss the significance of the featured events to the labor movement, the industrialists involved, and the attitude of the American people toward working conditions in the United States.(Under 3 ratings)
Industrial Revolution - Write to Learn 2Students will research, prepare and present a 3-5 minute presentation about a historical figure from the Industrial Revolution(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1 Resource AllocationTo identify the resources produced by the top 5 advanced industrialized nations of the world and provide and in-depth analysis of their position in the international market.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 2: Scarcity and PovertyIdentify the similarities between scarcity and poverty.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3: Digital TimelineCreate a digital timeline using the website provided. The students must show a minimum of 10 historical events with a full descriptions of each event between the years 1800-present.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanFor the student to be able to state the relevancy of a century old discussion on the role of government to today's economic structure.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanFor the student to be able to state the relevancy of a century old discussion on the role of government to today's economic structure.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to explain the labor movement of the past and explain how and why unions have lost some of their power today.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to increase their cardio respiratory endurance. By the end of this lesson they will learn new exercise to do at home to become active.(Under 3 ratings)
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Lesson PlanStudents should how to organize a college application essay.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1.Explain how political divisions are crafted 2. How political division are affected by the supreme court decision 3. Analyse a case to explain(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo educate the learner about the Battle of Gettysburg, and to help them understand the players and the(Under 3 ratings)
Lincoln - Douglas DebatesSWBAT: To examine and analyze primary source documents To compare the viewpoints of Republicans and Democrats during the mid 19th Century To explain the major issues of slavery and sectionalism, and how that led to the Civil War(Under 3 ratings)
Needs vs WantsStudents will beableto tell the difference between what they need and what they want in order to survive.(Under 3 ratings)
Newton's Laws of MotionPhy.1.2.1 Analyze forces and systems of forces graphically and numerically using vectors, graphs, and calculations Phy.1.2.2 Analyze systems of forces in one dimension and two dimensions using free body diagrams(Under 3 ratings)
Psychology: MemoryStudents should be able to name and explain the three processes of memory using scenarios. Students should be able to describe the information-processing model of memory. (Richards' Theory? Students should also be able to explain the difference between the Richards' Theory and Alan Baddeley's Theory.(Under 3 ratings)
Reasons for the American Revolution8-2 - The student will demonstrate an understanding of the American Revolution—the beginnings of the new American nation and South Carolina’s part in the development of that nation. 8-2.1 Explain the interests and roles of South Carolinians in the events leading to the American Revolution, including the state’s reactions to the Stamp Act and the Tea Act; the role of Christopher Gadsden and the Sons of Liberty; and the role of the four South Carolina signers of the Declaration of Independence—Edward Rutledge, Henry Middleton, Thomas Lynch Jr., and Thomas Heyward Jr.(Under 3 ratings)
The Industrial Age in America - Vocabulary's CODEStudents will be able to state definitions of the terms "robber baron," "financier," "industrialist" and "captain of industry" List some of the actions, both positive and negative, of one or more captains of industry/robber barons(Under 3 ratings)
The U.S. ConstitutionStudents should be able to recognize and understand the rights and freedoms that they have as American citizens that are upheld in the United States Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)
U. S. History: The Zoot Suit RiotsFollowing instruction students will be able to analyze an article by George Sanchez on the Zoot Suit Riots in order to demonstrate understanding of racial tensions between Anglo-Americans and Mexican-Americans. Students will distinguish fact from opinion in the historical narrative. They will distinguish from important and unimportant information.(Under 3 ratings)
U.S. History Lesson 1My students will understand major battles and how those battles effected outcome of the war. They will also know important historical characters and their roles.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 1: Hardware, Software, and Storage1.1 Define terminology 1.2 Discuss storage devices 1.3 Explore emerging methods to deliver and store multimedia 1.4 Review the types of software needed to develop media 1.5 Describe the types of hardware needed to develop media(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 1: Hardware, Software & Storage1.1 Define terminology 1.2 Discuss storage devices 1.3 Explore emerging methods to deliver and store multimedia 1.4 Review the types of software needed to develop media 1.5 Describe the types of hardware needed to develop media(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 3-2Students relate forces in equilibrium to an object remaining at rest or moving at a constant velocity. Students can provide examples of Newton's 1st law.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 3-2 APStudents can draw free body diagrams Students identify the the net force on an object and relate it to accelerated motion vs. non-accelerated motion.(Under 3 ratings)
Westward Expansion and Native Americans - Circle of KnowledgeStudents will be able to list at least three effects that westward expansion had on the native Americans living in the region post- civil war. Students will be able to articulate the long lasting effect that government policies have had on native Americans and their descendants.(Under 3 ratings)

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