This unit is to be used with second grade students to teach addition and subtraction strategies, or remediate with students needing extra practice.
Students will identify affixes, roots, base words, syllables, and variant correspondences in words.
This is a social story that talks about when it is appropriate to hug and touch and when it is not. This is a great resource to read and discuss with students who struggle with this issue at school and at home. This is a printable and editable powerpoint that can be modified for your needs.
This is a visual communication board that allows students who are verbal or non-verbal to communicate how they are feeling when they are sick. Ask the student the question and have them touch or speak a response to communicate how they are feeling.
This lesson introduces an activity to help students analyze some of the lesser characters from The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Students search for quotations that characterize three minor characters before using those quotations as the starting point for an analytical essay about the book.
This lesson contains an assessment intended to measure student understanding of the theory of Objectivism - the central idea in Ayn Rand's novel, The Fountainhead.
In this lesson, students discuss the hardships of teen parenting today and throughout history and interview someone of an older generation about how attitudes, behaviors and options relating to teen pregnancy and parenting have changed over time.
This introductory lesson provides materials for teachers to use while reading Ray Bradbury's classic novel Something Wicked This Way Comes, consisting of powerpoint presentations with important quotes from the chapters of the book.
Students engage in games and chants to recognize the same sounds in different words. Students match objects with the same beginning or ending sound, identify whether a given sound occurs at the beginning or ending of a word, and connect phonemes with graphemes.
Students create and analyze composite materials with the intent of using the materials to construct a structure with optimal strength and minimal density. The composite materials are made of puffed rice cereal, marshmallows and chocolate chips. Student teams vary the concentrations of the three components to create their composite materials. They determine the material density and test its compressive strength by placing weights on it and measuring how much the material compresses. Students graph stress vs. strain and determine Young's modulus to analyze the strength of their materials.
Students survey their own caffeine consumption. They rank various beverage and food products for their caffeine content, learn about how caffeine affects the body and create and perform educational skits about caffeine and health.
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This article explores Justinian I's rule of the Byzantine Empire. It describes his contributions to law, religion, art, and architecture and discusses his lasting legacy.
This is a Cognitive Behavioral Intervention from AFIRM. This resource will download as a Microsoft WORD document and allow you to edit and change it to meet your needs. This resource will help to outline skills and needs information and data for students.
This is a resource about calming students down when they are over active. This is a downloadable resource that you can change and edit to your students individual needs.
This lesson plan, intended to help students understand how to analyze a short story. Students use a note-taking chart to help break the story down as they read, then select quotations from the story that reflect their feelings as readers.
This lesson is part of a unit of study on life in Colonial America. During this unit, students explore the reasons colonial settlements were created, regional differences among the colonies, and aspects of life for diverse groups of colonial Americans. This lesson focuses on women's roles in the colonies.
This lesson focuses on the film adapatation of The Color Purple, by Alice Walker. After reading the novel, students watch the movie in class and compare the two. Students compare and contrast the two versions of the story in writing at the end of the lesson.
Watch your solution change color as you mix chemicals with water. Then check molarity with the concentration meter. What are all the ways you can change the concentration of your solution? Switch solutes to compare different chemicals and find out how concentrated you can go before you hit saturation! Review teacher-submitted activities for ideas on embedding this interactive into lessons.