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All the Small Things
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In this lesson, students will differentiate matter into pure substances (elements and compounds) and mixtures on a basic molecular level. Students will use hands-on card sorting to create a rule for sorting matter. The definitions of pure substance, mixture, element, and compound will be introduced.

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05/08/2018
Atmospheric Layers
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In this lesson, students will look at the different layers of the atmosphere to determine how the atmosphere helps sustain life on Earth. Students will model the layers of the atmosphere through an interactive lab that looks at characteristics of the atmosphere by analyzing the atmospheric temperature profile and the special features that can be found in each layer.

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05/04/2018
At the Top: A Bald Eagle's Diet
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In this lesson, students become scientists who are studying the components of a Bald Eagle's diet. They will collect data by pulling prey chips from an envelope and recording data. They then graph and draw conclusions about what an eagle eats based in their research data and share their conclusions with the class.

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05/04/2018
Battle of the Waves
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In this lesson, students will collect, analyze, and interpret data to develop an understanding of how the speeds of sound and electromagnetic waves change through different mediums.

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05/08/2018
Body in Balance
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In this lesson, students discover body system interactions and how the organ systems work together to maintain homeostasis.

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05/04/2018
Bubbles and Colors and Smells...Oh My!
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In this lesson, students will conduct several investigations to help them to understand the differences between chemical and physical changes. Students will record investigative observations and use their observations to provide evidence that a physical or a chemical change has occurred.

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05/08/2018
Carbon and Climate
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In this lesson, students will be introduced to climate change caused by greenhouse gases and participate in a simulation of the carbon cycle. Students will develop an understanding of how the movement of carbon atoms can contribute to climate change. Students will collect and analyze data on the movement of carbon atoms through the carbon cycle.

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05/04/2018
Changes of State
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This video discusses the three states of matter and the effect when heat is applied to matter and causes a change in phase.

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05/09/2018
Changes of State.mp4
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This video discusses the three states of matter and the effect when heat is applied to matter and causes a change in phase.

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05/09/2018
The Classification of Living Things
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In this lesson, students will identify methods of classification used for living things by sorting and classifying everyday objects, exploring objects through a digital scavenger hunt, creating a graphic organizer, and through collaborative engagement. Students will understand that all organisms are classified based on shared characteristics.

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05/04/2018
Deforestation
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Students will collect data through a simulation game on deforestation and be able to describe how humans have impacted a simulated forest. Students will also learn about subsistence farming and its role in rain forest (primary) forest deforestation.

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06/07/2018
Density
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This video illustrates how density is calculated and describes how the density of water can be used for comparison of density of other substances.

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05/09/2018
Density.mp4
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This video illustrates how density is calculated and describes how the density of water can be used for comparison of density of other substances.

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05/09/2018
Enzymes in Action
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In this lesson, students will predict, investigate, observe, and report on the effects that pH, concentration, and temperature have on catalase enzyme reactions. Students will conduct an experiment in which they will alter the pH, concentration, and temperature of the environment in which enzyme reactions are taking place.

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05/08/2018
Eukaryotic Cells: The Factories of Life
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In this lesson, students create a model that is analogous to a cell. They will use a predetermined model to associate cell function to structure and will discuss the limitations of the models used in the investigation. They will communicate their work and then evaluate the work of their peers in a given context.

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05/04/2018
Fluid Streams Affecting Weather
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In this lesson, students will rotate through six stations in order to gain background knowledge about jet streams and ocean currents. The students will answer questions at each station to elaborate their understanding of jet streams and ocean currents and how they affect local weather.

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05/04/2018
Frenemies, Bros and Killers: A Lesson in Symbiosis
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In this lesson, students will collaborate with classmates to explore and explain different symbiotic relationships using known relationships, and then elaborating to new organism relationships. Students will be able to compare and contrast the symbiotic relationships of mutualism, predation, commensalism, and parasitism through several discovery activities.

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05/04/2018
Genetics, Genetics, and More Genetics: Exploring Independent Assortment & Non-Mendalian Genetics
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In this lesson, students will explore various modes of inheritance through a hands-on activity creating offspring of a fictitious organism. Students will complete Punnett Squares for various genetic crosses, and analyze and interpret the results of those crosses. Students will be able to predict the genotype and phenotype of P1 and F1 generations using Punnett Squares. Students will be able to identify complex patterns of inheritance such as codominance and incomplete dominance.

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05/08/2018
Genetics, Genetics, and More Genetics: Exploring Independent Assortment and Non-Mendalian Genetics
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In this lesson, students will explore various modes of inheritance through a hands-on activity creating offspring of a fictitious organism. Students will complete Punnett Squares for various genetic crosses, and analyze and interpret the results of those crosses. Students will be able to predict the genotype and phenotype of P1 and F1 generations using Punnett Squares. Students will be able to identify complex patterns of inheritance such as codominance and incomplete dominance.

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05/08/2018
The Impact of the Sun and Moon on Tides
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In this lesson, students will use models to demonstrate the relative positions of the Earth, Sun, and Moon and their impact on tides.

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05/04/2018
The Ins and Outs of Photosynthesis
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In this lesson, students will interpret data on the evolution of plants and the change in the atmosphere, and construct a drawn model of photosynthesis.

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05/04/2018
Introducing the Types of Energy
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In this lesson, students will investigate and model how the various forms of energy are transferred into other forms of energy.

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05/08/2018
Investigating How Heat Flows
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In this lesson, students will conduct an investigation in which they will infer the flow of heat between a container of hot water and a container of cold water.

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05/08/2018
It's Not All Visible
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In this lesson, students will explore the various types of electromagnetic radiation with the use of a sorting activity. Students will then create a model to represent the EM spectrum, including the names of the parts of the spectrum and the uses and applications of each frequency of the spectrum.

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05/04/2018
The Last Supper: Identifying Macromolecules
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In this lesson, students will identify the structures and functions of the four main types of macromolecules. They will solve a mystery using laboratory tests for different types of macromolecules. They will use argumentation to justify and communicate their claim, They will construct explanations and communicate with one another to determine which macromolecule would be best to eat if different scenarios.

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05/08/2018
Layers and Laws (The Law of Superposition and Index Fossils)
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In this lesson, students will identify patterns in fossils and explain their understanding of how rock layers are deposited. They will use the evidence from the activity to make inferences about what the Earth was like during the time the fossils existed.

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05/04/2018
Let's Get Moving: Exploring Erosion, Deposition, and Their Impact on Earth's Surface
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In this lesson, students will investigate the processes of deposition and erosion through a hands-on activity and lab simulating the impact on Earth's surface. Students will also identify unique landforms that are created as a result of erosion and deposition.

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05/04/2018
Levitation Engineers: Exploring Forces
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In this lesson, students will explore, observe, and infer about the properties and behaviors of magnets by conducting their own experiments with magnets. Students will plan and design a magnetic levitation device using the engineering design process.

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05/09/2018
Lunar Eclipse Essentials
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This video explains how the relative motion of the sun, Earth, and moon affect the phases of the moon and lunar eclipses.

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05/09/2018
Maintaining Mass
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In this lesson, students will demonstrate that mass is conserved when substances undergo chemical and/or physical changes through experimentation and evaluation of experimentation procedures. Students will be able to analyze the demonstration and provide evidence for or against the law of conservation of mass.

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05/09/2018
The Monster Mash
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In this lesson, students will explore how variations in DNA sequences produce varying phenotypes. Students will complete transcription and translation of DNA and RNA and then determine phenotypes produced based on amino acid sequences while completing hands on activity. During this lesson, students will create a factious organism by rolling a dice to determine which DNA sequence it will receive. Students will then perform transcription and translation. Finally, students will determine the phenotype of the organisms by comparing its amino acid sequence to a key that will be provided. Lastly, students will create a picture of the fictitious organism.

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05/08/2018
Monster Mash-Up of Genetics
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In this lesson, students will collect statistical data about genetics of an individual monster and model the probability of traits in the offspring.

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05/04/2018
Musical Vibes With Palm Pipes
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In this lesson, students will investigate the relationship between frequency and pitch, as well as the length of a Palm Pipe and frequency and pitch.

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05/09/2018
Phases of the Moon
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In this lesson, students will create and use a model of an Earth-Moon-Sun model system to observe and describe the phases of the Moon.

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05/04/2018