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Kindergarten:
Bears: Comparing StoriesI can tell how two nonfiction books are alike and different. RI.K.9(No ratings)
Cat's CornerTo encourage running, dodging and throwing skills. Promote spacial awareness. Encourage rules and safety of the gym.(No ratings)
I am Thankful for...Students should be able to read through poem and identify word wall words, all the "thankfuls", and any words that start with the letter of the day.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTo teach children how even though we might eat different foods, we all eat breakfast, lunch and dinner.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTo teach children how even though we might sound different when we speak, we all love to hear stories.(No ratings)
Train FictionI can tell how two fiction books are alike and different. RI.K.9(No ratings)
Train StoriesI can compare two different stories and tell what is the same and what is different.(No ratings)
1st Grade:
Beginner- _____________________Learner will execute proper posture and bow hold. Bowing on A string will be introduced.(No ratings)
Catching 1To improve hand/eye co-ordination To improve catching skills(No ratings)
Catching 1To improve catching skills with hand/eye co-ordiantion(No ratings)
Catching 2To improve Catching To improve hand/eye co-ordination(No ratings)
Catching 3To improve catching To improve hand/eye co-ordination(No 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.(No ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(No ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(No ratings)
Peek-A-BooThe objective of this lesson is to helps students categorize and sort objects.(No ratings)
Peek-A-BooThe objective of this lesson is to helps students categorize and sort objects.(No ratings)
Thanksgiving PoemStudents will demonstrate knowledge of the letters in the work Thanksgiving. Students then will create another version of the poem below using the letters in the word Thanksgiving.(No ratings)
2nd Grade:
Apples, Broccoli, and Carrots Oh My!define what a healthy food is. eating the rainbow and the food pyramid.(No ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(No ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills Proof reading and Peer review Words, 9-11-2014SWBAT: perform their own proofread, and peer review another students work(No ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills Proof reading and Peer review Words, 9-11-2014SWBAT: perform their own proofread, and peer review another students work(No ratings)
Interpersonal Communication and Body MovementStudents will learn about Understand healthy and effective interpersonal communication and relationships. Classify behaviors as helpful or hurtful to friendships. Interpret the feelings of others and how to respond when angry or sad. Explain why it is wrong to tease others. Recognize bullying behaviors and what to do if someone is bullied. Exemplify how to communicate with others with kindness and respect. With guidance and support from adults, use a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers. The physically literate individual recognizes the value of physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and/or social interaction.(No ratings)
MyMath Chapter 2.5 Nancy Nolan Observation Date: October 1, 2013 Evaluator Name: Beverly Chambers Pre-Observation Conf. Date: Sept. 30, 2013LEARNING TARGETS/FOCUS FOR LEARNING: Standard 4 TSW describe arrays by using a repeated addition number sentence. DOMAIN: Operations and Algebraic Thinking STANDARD: 2.OA.4 Use addition to find the total number of objects arranged in arrays with up to five columns and five rows; write an equation to show the total as the sum of equal addends. I CAN describe an array using a repeated addition equation.(No ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(No ratings)
Throwing & Catching a BallObjective 602.4.20-08: Teach a game-related skill to beginning students.(No ratings)
3rd Grade:
3rd: Dem Bones / Peer Gynt Suite Introduction (October)Today I can make a connection to science by using music and movement to understand the anatomy of the human body.(No ratings)
BadmintonThe students will understand the forehand concept of badminton.(No ratings)
Basketball ShotStudents should be able to demonstrate shooting a basketball by using the ‘B.E.E.F’ cues.(No ratings)
Basketball ShotStudents should be able to demonstrate shooting a basketball by using the ‘B.E.E.F’ cues.(No ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(No ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(No ratings)
Elementary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate bumping a volleyball(No ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Work Shop, 09-10-2014SWBAT: Recognize and correct spelling and grammar in their stories(No ratings)
INVITATIONS TO LOST THINGS THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE AND "THE SECRET OF SUCCESS?"Students will identify the shared theme of a play and a nonfiction article. Students will analyze point of view and author's purpose in the poem. Students will define and use basic Arts and Humanities vocabulary to stage and perform a classroom play.(No ratings)
K-3 Golf Introduction Lesson 1A student should be able to correctly identify and name the parts of a club. Terminology such as: grip, stance, set-up, athletic posture, addressing the ball and a basic swinging motion will be introduced. Today's lesson will cover safety and an awareness of how to conduct oneself in a practice range setting.(No ratings)
K-3 Golf Introduction Lesson 1A student should be able to correctly identify and name the parts of a club. Terminology such as: grip, stance, set-up, athletic posture, addressing the ball and a basic swinging motion will be introduced. Today's lesson will cover safety and an awareness of how to conduct oneself in a practice range setting. We have the children point to the part of their body that matches the club part.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTo practice for the New York State Exam(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate age appropriate hand eye coordination while taking turns with classmates(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate age appropriate hand eye coordination while taking turns with classmates(No ratings)
Lesson Plan- Science/P.E.ELA/Math Class V09 Teacher; M. King Asst. Teachers: B. Arteaga, A. Falla Student Teacher: A. Hosein-- The students will demonstrate the ability to monitor their heart rate before an activity -- Students will be able to apply the dynamic changes that take place after an activity.(No ratings)
Mondarian grade 3Students will identify abstract art. They will make mathematical geometric connection.(No 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.(No ratings)
SEABISCUIT "APRIL RAIN SONG"Students will identify personification. Students will identify the main idea of an play. Students will identify how historical setting contributes to a play. Students will identify the meaning and purpose of idioms.(No ratings)
The Rocket's Red GlareStudents will identify important events in the play and make connections to the poem it inspired.(No ratings)
The Rocket's Red GlareStudents will identify important events in the play and make connections to the poem it inspired.(No ratings)
Welcome to the FutureStudents will make inferences from the nonfiction article and poem about what their lives might be like if they lived 100 years from now.(No ratings)
“A Punctuation Story”Students will study personification and consid3⁄4er the roles of punctuation marks in sentences.(No ratings)
4th Grade:
April 27-May 1The students can compare two decimals(No ratings)
Edgar Allen PoeSygdfhiuog;nigbndfl(No ratings)
Esperanza Rising Pre-Reading and IntroductionStudents will use the title and cover to make predictions about the(No ratings)
Esperanza Rising Pre-Reading and IntroductionStudents will listen and read along with Introduction. Students will use the title and cover art to predict what the story is about with 80% accuracy. Students will use questions to connect the text to their lives and the real world with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Esperanza Rising Pre-Reading and IntroductionStudents will listen and read along with Introduction. Students will use the title and cover art to predict what the story is about with 80% accuracy. Students will use questions to connect the text to their lives and the real world with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
FridayI can review rounding and estimating.(No ratings)
K-PREP TESTING May 19, 2014By the end of the year, students will be able to read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, in the grades 4-5 text complexity band proficiently.(No ratings)
K-PREP TESTING May 27, 2014By the end of the year, students will be able to read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, in the grades 4-5 text complexity band proficiently.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan>Student will be able to use each new word in a sentence. >Peer Editing - Students will work in small groups and peer share their rough draft of Realistic fiction story > Short Vowel practice / Imperative and Exclamatory Practice is used for students to be able to create place appropriate endings to a sentence. > Student will be able to create sentences using correct expressions(No ratings)
Lesson PlanIF WE PRACTICE BASKETBALL WILL IT MAKE US BETTER AND DEVELOP MORE SKILLS IN THE AREA WE ARE PRACTICING AND STUDYING.(No ratings)
Poetry/Information/Literature May 12, 2014Students will be able to determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by details. Students will be able to summarize the text. Students will be able to interpret information presented visually, orally or quantitatively to explain how the information contributes to an understanding of the text. Students will be able to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.(No ratings)
Poetry/Informational Text May 5, 2014Students will be able to determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by details. Students will be able to summarize the text. Students will be able to interpret information presented visually, orally or quantitatively to explain how the information contributes to an understanding of the text. Students will be able to explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text.(No ratings)
5th Grade:
5th Grade English Week of 09-08-14I can... - Identify prepositions, objects of the preposition, and prepositional phrases - Explain subject/verb agreement rules - Establish the different between subjects and predicates, and recognize the difference between simple and complete - Identify different writing forms - Explain different points of view in writing(No ratings)
Celebrate National Poem in Your Pocket DayI will inspire appreciation of poetry through sharing poems with other students.(No ratings)
edTPA 3- Writing a LegendStudents will use graphic organizers to pre-write and begin a rough draft of composing their own legends(No ratings)
Finding the Theme of a PoemStudents will: Determine the theme of a poem and use details from the poem to support their responses.(No 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(No 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.(No 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.(No ratings)
Pre-assessment for Decimal MultiplicationStudents will show the skills that they already have to help them be successful in decimal multiplication.(No ratings)
6th Grade:
4/28-4/30 WESTEST PrepWestest preparation(No ratings)
6th Grade: October 19-23, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(No 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.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTLW: Compete and participate in daily activity as directed and instructed by PE Coach. Follow directions and emulate given example of activity. Activities include cone dodge ball, basketball or outside play.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTLW: Compete and participate in daily activity as directed and instructed by PE Coach. Follow directions and emulate given example of activity. Activities include cone dodge ball, basketball or outside play.(No ratings)
Lesson Plans March 31st-April 4thThe learner will: 1. Understand the purpose of nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, and prepositional phrases in their writing and in grammar study. 2. Complete a Grammar Test over all of these parts of grammar weekly. 3. Write responses daily for class discussions. 4. Type essays in computer lab (5 paragraph essay topic for portfolio-Wednesday Computer Lab) 5. Understand & site textual evidence & prepare this for Writing Performance Task Assessment 6. Benchmark Prep- Reading Released Items for practice(No ratings)
PEStudents will learn how to keep bowling scores. Students will learn to follow game rules. Students will learn the importance of good health, physical endurance, and team work.(No ratings)
PEStudents will learn how to keep bowling scores. Students will learn to follow game rules. Students will learn the importance of good health, physical endurance, and team work.(No ratings)
PE Bowling - with reading strategyStudents will learn how to keep bowling scores. Students will learn to follow game rules. Students will learn the importance of good health, physical endurance, and team work. Students will plan and produce a brochure giving important information about bowling, including the unit's terminology.(No ratings)
PE Bowling - with reading strategyStudents will learn how to keep bowling scores. Students will learn to follow game rules. Students will learn the importance of good health, physical endurance, and team work. Students will plan and produce a brochure giving important information about bowling, including the unit's terminology.(No ratings)
Pre-historic IndiansThe Student Should be able to understand the difference in the three groups of Paleo-indians.(No ratings)
Reliable and Unreliable SourcesSWBAT determine the difference between a reliable and unreliable online source.(No ratings)
The Walrus and the CarpenterStudents to use vocabulary terms that they learned the previous day to analyze the poem, walrus and the carpenter.(No ratings)
Volleyball PassingStudents will understand the basics of passing a volleyball and 85% of the time be able to have good form(No ratings)
Writing PoemsTSW write a narrative/ lyric poem that is an original composition. Then they will label poet elements in their poem.(No ratings)
7th Grade:
4/28-4/30 WESTEST PrepWestest preparation(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 09-08-14I can... - Identify prepositions, objects of the preposition, and prepositional phrases - Recognize the four kinds of sentences - Explain the difference between singular, plural, common, and proper nouns - Explain the difference between complete subjects/predicates - Use the Noun Job Chart - Create practice and revised sentences(No ratings)
7th Grade: October 19-23, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(No ratings)
April PoemSWBAT read poems and identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives. SWBAT create diamante poems about their favorite season of the year.(No ratings)
April PoemSWBAT read poems and identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives. SWBAT create diamante poems about their favorite season of the year.(No 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.(No ratings)
English 3-29 to 4-1Review punctuation--semicolon, colon, and quotations; vocabulary building; reading literary text(No ratings)
February 1-5, 2016Essential Questions: How do characters (real or fictional) who demonstrate perseverance make an impact on society? What do you know about, and what can you learn from people who have persevered to obtain a goal. Objectives: I can define perseverance and argumentative structure (claim, counterclaim, and rebuttal). I can compare and contrast people who demonstrated perseverance. I can research person who persevered in spite of significant challenges using diverse and credible sources (W.7.7). I can write an argumentative essay that demonstrates how and individual’s perseverance helps him or her to overcome challenges (W.7.1 a-e and W.7.4).(No ratings)
Lesson Plan(No ratings)
Lesson Plan- Science/P.E.ELA/Math Class V09 Teacher: M. King Asst. Teachers: B. Arteaga, A. Falla Student Teacher: A. Hosein-- The students will demonstrate the ability to monitor their heart rate before an activity -- Students will be able to apply the dynamic changes that take place after an activity.(No ratings)
Mon. Nov. 2 - Fri. Nov. 6By the end of this Unit, the student will be able to: 1. understand the story and relate how the details in the novel are held together by a unifying thread. 2. recognize and point out examples of the following literary devices in the novel: • metaphor • local color • simile 3. discuss the following uses of the language: • hyperbole • figurative language • cliché 4. comment on the use of first-person narration and personal narrative in telling a story. 5. compare and contrast some of today's views with views popular at the turn of the century: • animal rights • tree conservation • women’s rights • gun control 6. identify the main conflicts in this story. 7. discuss how the following themes are presented in the book and point to incidents in the book to support the following thematic generalizations: • humans cannot always understand why bad things happen • dreams can come true with determination, hard work, and prayer • prayers from the heart are answered 8. comment on the significance of the title in this novel by relating the legend of the red fern to the action of the story.(No ratings)
Mon. Nov. 2 - Fri. Nov. 6By the end of this Unit, the student will be able to: 1. understand the story and relate how the details in the novel are held together by a unifying thread. 2. recognize and point out examples of the following literary devices in the novel: • metaphor • local color • simile 3. discuss the following uses of the language: • hyperbole • figurative language • cliché 4. comment on the use of first-person narration and personal narrative in telling a story. 5. compare and contrast some of today's views with views popular at the turn of the century: • animal rights • tree conservation • women’s rights • gun control 6. identify the main conflicts in this story. 7. discuss how the following themes are presented in the book and point to incidents in the book to support the following thematic generalizations: • humans cannot always understand why bad things happen • dreams can come true with determination, hard work, and prayer • prayers from the heart are answered 8. comment on the significance of the title in this novel by relating the legend of the red fern to the action of the story.(No ratings)
Ms.Marie JeudyHow do we solve proportions when a variable is missing?(No ratings)
Pre-AlgebraIdentify parts of an Algebriac Expression. Simplify Algebraic Expressions by combining like terms - REVIEW(No ratings)
Pre-Algebra Tutoring- Ms. GonzalezStudents will add, multiply, divide and subtract integers, including decimals.(No ratings)
Pre-Algebra Tutoring- Ms. GonzalezStudents will add, multiply, divide and subtract integers, including decimals.(No ratings)
Prediction Test PrepStudents will be able to make predictions about what will happen next in a story(No ratings)
Prediction Test PrepStudents will be able to make predictions about what will happen next in a story(No ratings)
Static-Balance PosesStudents will learn how to use angles and weight distribution to perform various static balance poses with a group(No ratings)
TumblingStudents will learn how to correctly perform basic tumbling moves including forward roll, backward roll, cartwheel, round-off, head-stand, and hand-stand.(No ratings)
8th Grade:
8th Grade Girls Week 7ELA: Students should be able to: Effectively take a standardized exam. Peer-edit papers with their comrades. USHIST: Students will be able to: Understand the voyages of early European Adventurers. Observe and discuss the different contributions and issues faced by each explorer(No ratings)
8th Grade: October 19-23, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(No 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.(No ratings)
B.Berry Lesson Plans 4-28 to 5-2KNOW key concepts of topic UNDERSTAND skills needed for a context performance task DO activity involves brainstorming, pairing/sharing ideas; recording notes(No ratings)
Bill of Rights acrostic PoemStudents should be able to know and understand the ten Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. Students create a Bill of Rights acrostic poem.(No ratings)
ECSD Pre-test for SS8Students will complete the ECSD Pretest.(No 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.(No ratings)
Lesson One• Establish an understanding of the main settings for the story. o Identify the locations of Flint, Michigan and Birmingham, Alabama. o Select and chart information from newspapers/other sources concerning each location. • Establish a connection/relationship to the story by comparing and contrasting Flint and Birmingham to the students’ hometown or city. o Begin to establish an entry for students to see themselves in the story.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to match a job skill (matching, sorting, filing, sweeping etc...) to different jobs around campus and around town.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will access prior knowledge of the Holocaust to build interest(No ratings)
Lesson Plan for 10/29/13 Cynthia OglesbyRL 5 - Analyze how the structure of a text contributes to its meaning. RL 10 - Read and comprehend poems.(No ratings)
Music Appreciation Day 2I can recall information from previously taught musical knowledge. Teacher Objective: Gather data on prior music knowledge to form a baseline understanding of the levels of music understanding in the classroom.(No ratings)
Nancy Postma - Pre-Vocation Lesson PlansStudents will be able to state which job skills such as matching, sorting, filing, sweeping etc. are needed for different jobs around campus and around town.(No ratings)
Peer EditingStudents should be able to work with someone their own age to help improve, revise and edit a piece of writing.(No ratings)
Pre-European America*Students will evaluate the current theories about human migration to North & South America(No ratings)
Pre-European America*Students will evaluate the current theories about human migration to North & South America(No ratings)
Sub PlansStudents should be able to answer science based questions on grade level independently.(No ratings)
The Monkey's Paw Pt. 2Students should be able to identify key elements that make up a suspenseful story.(No ratings)
World War I - In Flanders FieldLeaning Targets I can: Cite evidence to support analysis of a primary source. Determine the central idea a primary source(No ratings)
9th Grade:
2015 Spring Term Darüşşafaka Schools PREP A Lesson PlanIntroducing students with new vocabulary. Helping students listen to an audio and complete it. Helping students write dialogues.(No ratings)
9th Grade Basketball ShootingShoot with accuracy, control and proper technique(No ratings)
Algebra prep LP (emergency)Students will solve problems on different topics of CC Algebra(No ratings)
Anticipation GuideStudents will be able to use prior knowledge of their community to debate and discuss the questions on the anticipation guide. Building a community is a large issue within the book Seedfolks.(No ratings)
Author's Effect Pre-TestTLW identify words and phrases an author uses and analyze/evaluate the effect on a text.(No ratings)
Body-Weight ExercisesStudents should be able to observe, complete, and describe each body-weight exercise, as well as their functions.(No ratings)
Day 3- Bridge Pre-Test ReflectionStudents should be able to analyze their strengths and weaknesses in their exam(No ratings)
ELL_AssessmentStudents will be able to conduct a pre-assessment test for initial look at grammar and reading comprehension levels.(No ratings)
Factoring Trinomials/ EOC PrepStudents will learn to factor trinomials and then solve the equations(No ratings)
Healthy and Unhealthy RelationshipsBy the end of the lesson students will be able to: • Apply the concepts of healthy relationships to their own interpersonal relationships • Be aware of the warning signs of unhealthy relationships and know where they can go to receive help(No ratings)
IED & POE 8/31/16Students will understand that the design process occurs naturally and is not a rigid series of steps. Students will be able to define a simple machine, list examples, and define mechanical advantage.(No ratings)
IED POE 1/11/17Students will be able to discuss their assigned career field.(No ratings)
IED POE 1/12/17-1/13/17Students will be able to provide constructive criticism to their class mates regarding their VEX Starstruck designs. Students will be able to program a VEX remote control joystick.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/10/16Students will be able to convert various units given a conversion factor. Students will be able to determine which conversion factor is appropriate for use. Students will be able to identify characteristics of parallel and series circuits.(No 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.(No 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.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/13/16Students will be able to calculate voltage, current, and resistance of a schematic using Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Law. Students will be able to construct a VEX wench system given directions. Students will be able to discuss the rules for dimensioning an object.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/14/16Students will be able to calculate voltage, current, and resistance of a schematic using Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Law. Students will be able to construct a VEX wench system given directions. Students will be able to discuss the rules for dimensioning an object.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/17/16Students will be able to identify incorrectly dimensioned drawings. Students will be able to differentiate between potential and kinetic energy. Students will be able to discuss the first law of thermodynamics as well as newton's first law of motion as it relates to energy production.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/18/16Students will be able to identify incorrectly dimenioned items. Students will be able to define work, power, and energy. Students will understand that efficiency is a ratio of the power out and the power in. Students will be able to calculate work, power, and efficiency.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/19/16Students will be able to calculate power, work, and efficiency given real life data. Students will be able to discuss the relationship between power, work, and efficiency. Students will be able to identify mistakes on a dimensioned Inventor Drawing.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/3/16Students will be able to set up a conversion table and define a conversion factor. Students will be able to convert between units of meters and time. Students will be able to calculate the current, resistance, and voltage given two of the variables.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/31/16Students will implore the engineer design process in order to create a fling machine to catapult a cotton ball.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/4/16-10/5/16Students will complete their pumpkin drop device.(No ratings)
IED POE 10/7/16Pumpkin drop reflection(No ratings)
IED POE 11/1/16Students will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of their team work and their design of the fling machine project. Students will be able to define robot behaviors, programming, and psuedocode.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/14/16Students will be able to define and identify the pseudocode. Students will be able to discuss the dilemma of energy production as it pertains to coal in WV.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/15/16Students will be able to discuss the uses of white space in programming. Students will be able to determine when to you a "while, if/else" loop on RobotC. Students will be able to give a brief overview of the Puzzle Cube project as well as the constraints of the project.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/17/16Students will be able to design and construct a puzzle cube made out of a combination of 4, 5, and 6 blocks.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/18/16Students will be able to construct a testbed out of VEX parts in order to learn how to program. Students will be able to construct their puzzle cube designs.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/2/16Students will be able to create a flow chart that is easy to follow. Students will be able to calculate mean, median, mode, range, and standard deviation of a data set. Students will be able to construct a histogram given a data set.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/21/16-11/22/16Students will be able to construct their puzzle cubes. Students will be able to answer basic questions about AutoDesk Inventor following the viewing of tutorials.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/29/16Students will be able to construct and test their puzzle cube designs with a few class mates. Students will be able to analyze the data collected using Excel. Students will be able to start a new project in Inventor, select a plane, and create a puzzle piece using additive and subtractive methods.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/3/16Students will be able to determine the mean, median, range, mode, and standard deviation given a data set. Students will be able to construct a histogram and dot plot for data provided. Students will be able to use Microsoft Office Excel to record and analyze data.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/7/16Students will be able to define programming and behaviors. Students will be able to use excel to determine the mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation, range, max, and minimum of a data set.(No ratings)
IED POE 11/9/16Students will be able to create a histogram on excel given a set of data. Students will be able to construct a flow chart to give directions on how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/1/16Students will be able to analyze data from the cube puzzle project using Excel. Students will be able to create their puzzle pieces in Inventor software.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/12/16Students will be able to program a variety of commands for the VEX robotics testbed.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/13/16Students will be able to correctly program a while/if statement as well as an if/else statement into their testbeds.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/14/16 & 12/15/16Students will correctly create while/if/else statements. Students will create a Christmas Ornament using Autodesk Inventor.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/16/17, 12/19/16-12/22/16Students will be able to design a Christmas ornament on AutoDesk Inventor. Students will be able to brainstorm and design/build and code a robot that will travel through a simple maze.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/2/16Students will be able to analyze the data from their puzzle cube trials. Students will be able to construct all 5 pieces of their puzzle cubes in Inventor and assemble them.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/5/16Students will be able to create an assembly of their puzzle in Autodesk Inventor. Students will be able to create a drawing for each of their puzzle pieces in Autodesk Inventor. Students will be able to dimension all of their puzzle pieces on the Inventor CAD program.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/7/16Students will be able to identify all of the VEX sensors. Students will be able to describe the VEX competition guidelines. Students will be able to write simple code and pseudocode for basic commands for a VEX Textbook.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/8/16Students will be able to discuss the sensors and motors and their inputs and outputs in RobotC. Students will be able to perform basic programming on the VEX testbed. Students will be able to construct a biography for the VEX Robotics Competition.(No ratings)
IED POE 12/9/16Students will be able to program basic input functions using a VEX testbed and RobotC.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/1/16Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantage of a variety of simple machines.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/12/16Students will be able to identify different types of lines on a drawing. Students will be able to use isometric graphing paper to sketch various objects.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/13/16Students will be able to sketch oblique and isometric representations of an object. Students will be able to define cavalier oblique, cabinet oblique, and isometric sketching. Students will be able to calculate the IMA and AMA of of wheel and axle and the screw.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/14/16Students will be able to create an isometric sketch of a variety of examples given. Students will be able to compare and contrast isometric and oblique sketches. Students will be able to determine the advantages to using gears. Students will be able to calculate the gear ratio given a variety of examples.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/15/16Students will create a preliminary sketch for the pumpkin drop design. Students will calculate the ima of various simple machines.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/16/16Students will be able to design a pumpkin drop device for our annual pumpkin drop competition. Students will be able to complete an isometric sketch. Students will be able to create a one point and two point perspective sketch.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/19/16Students will be able to create a one point and two point perspective sketch. Students will be able to complete basic research on an energy source.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/2/2016Students will be able to critique the engineering design process as demonstrated on the Deep Dive video series. Students will be able to differentiate between ideal mechanical advantage and actual mechanical advantage. Students will be able to calculate both types of mechanical advantage and efficiency of a simple machine.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/20/16Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in defining key terms from unit 1. Students will be able to create a two point perspective sketch. Students will be able to determine if an energy source is renewable, nonrenewable, or inexhaustible. Students will be able to discuss the means by which we use natural resources to create electricity.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/21/16Students will be able to sketch a one or two point perspective drawing of an item of choice. Students will be able to perform basic research on an energy source. Student will be able to cite sources appropriately.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/22/16-9/23/16Student will be able to determine the top, right, isometric, and front side of an object. Students will be able to create a multi-view sketch given an object. Students will be able to determine a missing view and sketch it given other views of the object. Students will be able to research and present a basic overview of an energy source.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/26/16Students will be able to determine the relationship of various sides of an object given an isometric view. Students will perform basic research on an Energy Source and will present their findings to the class.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/27/16Students will be able to draw the front side of an object given an isometric view. Students will be able to draw the top and right side of an object given an isometric view. Students will be able to discuss the energy source they were assigned and its use as well as the latest technologies to make the source efficient, safe, and cheap.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/30/16Students will be able to explain that electricity is the flow of electrons through a conducting material. Students will be able to use Ohm's Law to determine the voltage, resistance, or current given two known values. Students will be able to identify schematic symbols for electrical circuits.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/6/16Students will(No ratings)
IED POE 9/7/16Students will have a better understanding of the simulated workplace. Students will be able to construct a compound machine and calculate the AMA, IMA, and Efficiency of their machine. Students will be able to determine the IMA, AMA, and Efficiency of a pulley.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/8/16Students will be able to calculate IMA, AMA, and Efficiency of their compound machine. Students will be able to calculate the IMA of a wheel and axle. Students will be able to define gear ratio and determine the gear ratio of a gear train.(No ratings)
IED POE 9/9/16Students will be able to calculate IMA, AMA, and Efficiency of simple machines. Students will be able to utilize a static equilibrium equation to determine an unknown. Students will be able to define key terms for Unit 1.(No ratings)
IED POE Week of 10/24-10/28Students will research, brainstorm, troubleshoot, and create a pumpkin drop device for the WVU Pumpkin Drop.(No ratings)
Increasing Basketball Dribbling SkillsIncreasing dribbling skills(No ratings)
Lesson Chapter 2 Motion-1Motion- establish KWL(No ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT compare the cultures and economies of the Northern and Southern states. SWABT discuss and summarize the documents' main points. SWABT discuss the actions of John Brown @ Harper's Ferry and reactions toward the event(No 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.(No 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(No 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(No ratings)
POE IED 12/6/16Students will be able to create a cover page drawing file in Inventor. Students will be able to discuss the basic overview of the VEX Starstruck competition.(No 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.(No 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.(No ratings)
Pre-Civil War : DisunionSWBAT compare the cultures and economies of the Northern and Southern states. SWABT discuss and summarize the documents' main points. SWABT discuss the actions of John Brown @ Harper's Ferry and reactions toward the event(No ratings)
Pre-TestTLW attempt to describe an image using figurative language and sensory imagery to communicate what is imagined.(No ratings)
Regents prepStudents will learn how to solve regents type questions in order to get ready to take the test in January(No ratings)
Relationships and LoveBy the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Understand the different types of relationships from friendship to love • Explain the different types of love • Define the dimensions of love(No ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball(No ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball perfectly without errors.(No ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson PlanStudents will be able to demonstrate a bumping a volleyball perfectly without errors.(No ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(No ratings)
Secondary PE Lesson Plan Volleyball ServingStudents will be able to demonstrate a underhand serves(No ratings)
The Family UnitBy the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Define the different types of families in American society • Explain the various ways families discipline their children(No ratings)
Verbal Poem and IllustrationStudents will use conventional grammar and spelling as well as verb phrases to create a poem. Students will select an appropriate illustration for poem that demonstrates knowledge of the poem's theme.(No ratings)
Why "A Dream Deferred"?-Students will evaluate the figurative language in "A Dream Deferred" -Discuss how an author introduces a piece of literature. -Make connections between the theme of the poem and the theme of "The American Dream" -Write a short essay response answering why Hansberry used the poem.(No ratings)
10th Grade:
9/20/16 - substitute lesson plan (for 5th, 7th, and 8th)To get ready for the test on Thursday(No ratings)
Chantel's Lesson PlanTo have students demonstrate 3 different types of dance. With 30 seconds of each style of dance.(No ratings)
FootballTo introduce the students to the equipment needed for football and the proper terminology that goes along with the game.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will make observations about two passages, then compare the two forms of writing(No 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.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan1. Students will understand the role and purpose of Peer Court. 2. Students will recognize similarities and differences between Peer and 'real' court. 3. Students will understand how participation in Peer Court helps prepare them for the role they will eventually play as Criminal Justice professionals and as jurors when they are adults.(No ratings)
Physical Education 9/16Field Work-Active and Passive Stretching(No 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.(No ratings)
POE 8/30/2016Students will learn how to conduct a professional interview. Students will learn about VEX parts and functions. Students will review basic information about simple machines.(No ratings)
Rise of Germany & Foundations of WarStudents should be able to name the primarily leader of Germany during this time, as well as the leader at the time of WWI. Students should be able to give a fairly detailed account of Germany's rise to power and its effect on Europe.(No ratings)
Sophomore Technique-Jazz ASSESSMENT PREPStudents will be taught a stylized jazz dance combination building upon previous skills to include parallel pirouettes, quick change of facing and combined isolated movements.(No ratings)
The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaStudents will get exposure to questions that require close reading and personal annotations in order to cultivate critical thinking and analysis skills as they pertain to literature.(No ratings)
The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaStudents will get exposure to questions that require close reading and personal annotations in order to cultivate critical thinking and analysis skills as they pertain to literature.(No ratings)
The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaStudents will get exposure to questions that require close reading and personal annotations in order to cultivate critical thinking and analysis skills as they pertain to literature.(No ratings)
The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaStudents will get exposure to critical analysis questions that require close reading in order to cultivate critical thinking and analysis skills as they pertain to reading literature at varying degrees of complexity.(No ratings)
The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaStudents will get exposure to critical analysis questions that require close reading in order to cultivate critical thinking and analysis skills as they pertain to reading literature at varying degrees of complexity.(No ratings)
The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaStudents will get exposure to critical analysis questions that require close reading in order to cultivate critical thinking and analysis skills as they pertain to reading literature at varying degrees of complexity.(No ratings)
The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaStudents will get exposure to critical analysis questions that require close reading in order to cultivate critical thinking and analysis skills as they pertain to reading literature at varying degrees of complexity.(No ratings)
The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaStudents will get exposure to critical analysis questions that require close reading in order to cultivate critical thinking and analysis skills as they pertain to reading literature at varying degrees of complexity.(No ratings)
U1-Chap1The guidance of scriptures, sacred scripture and tradition & Saint Jerome.(No 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.(No ratings)
11th Grade:
ACT PREP 10-2-13Students will correctly answer quiz questions related to material reviewed in last 2 weeks.(No ratings)
He's Just a Poe Boy From a Poe Family-Learn literary techniques that drive suspense in Gothic literature. -Identify qualities of an authors "voice"(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will explore amplitude, period, phase shift, and vertical shift and develop general formulas for finding amplitude, period, and phase shift. Students will use the unit circle and transformations to graph sine and cosine functions.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will make observations about two passages, then compare the two forms of writing(No ratings)
Measurement and CalculationsStudents will be able to produce reliable measurements and calculations and understand the restrictions of measured data.(No ratings)
Peer Review of Rhetorical AnalysisStudents will be able to evaluate each others work and give feedback to one another, to improve their writing. -I can participate in an effective classroom discussion with my peers about the themes being taught. - I can engage in purposeful conversations that respond to questions that probe reasoning and evidence. - I can evaluate a speaker's point of view, reasoning and evidence of their rhetorical analysis to assess their stance, evidence, ideas, points of emphasis and tone.(No ratings)
Praise, Question, PolishStudents will work in small groups to read and revise their classmates stories. They will provide spelling and grammar help, give positive feedback and constructive criticism. They will understand how to read and interpret a writing rubric.(No ratings)
Pre-AP Academic Language Poster ProjectStudents will familiarize themselves with academic language used to describe Tone by classifying the tone of a favorite song with words from the Pre-AP reference Page(No ratings)
Spanish Horror StoryExamine literary devices that make up Gothic literature, by examining a seminal text in the genre(No ratings)
The Poetry of Edgar Allan PoeStudents will read the poem "Annabel Lee" and analyze its form and meaning. Students will answer questions about the poem's format and theme. Students will compare and contrast "Annabel Lee" and "The Raven."(No ratings)
The Poetry of Edgar Allan PoeStudents will read the poem "Annabel Lee" and analyze its form and meaning. Students will answer questions about the poem's format and theme. Students will compare and contrast "Annabel Lee" and "The Raven."(No ratings)
12th Grade:
Final Lesson (Prep for travel)Students should be able to: Understand Culture Shock, Plan for Travel, Speak the target laugage fluently, also aimed to help students prep for other things that may go on in another country(No ratings)
Final Lesson (Prep for travel)Students should be able to: Understand Culture Shock, Plan for Travel, Speak the target laugage fluently, also aimed to help students prep for other things that may go on in another country(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent should be able to define a landmark.(No 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.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to create a Chaucer poem using characterization and imagery.(No ratings)
Peer Review:SWBAT: Give and receive feedback on their videos that they created.(No ratings)
Regents Prep classStudents will be able to solve different types of regents questions(No ratings)
Simple past - focusing on speakingStudents should be able to use embrace the past structure. At the end of the lesson, they should use verbs such as: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.(No ratings)
State BoardPrepare senior's for the State Board Exam(No ratings)
State BoardPrepare senior's for the State Board Exam(No ratings)
The Basics of WritingThe students will learn how to write an introductory paragraph. The students will learn to use the MLA writing style. The students will learn to peer edit papers. The students will learn how to use turnitin.com.(No ratings)
The Basics of WritingThe students will learn how to write an introductory paragraph. The students will learn to use the MLA writing style. The students will learn to peer edit papers. The students will learn how to use turnitin.com.(No ratings)

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