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This site provides information about colonial America, the immigration of different groups, commerce and industry, politics, and the influence of the church. Students will learn about the factors that categorized all of the American colonies, as well as the differences between the northern, middle and southern colonies. A video is included as well as a quiz.
This is a short video outlining the causes and effects of a magnitude 9.2 earthquake in Alaska in 1964. Additional resources include a background essay and discussion questions.
The outcome of this presentation is to help teachers have better communication skills with parents and guardians; thus increasing student achievement.
This brief video describes the laws that govern gas properties (Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, and Avogadro's Law). Assessments for the student to complete after viewing the video and suggested supplemental resources are also included.
Students are exposed to some of the key causes behind the start of the United States Civil War. Sudents will be able to analyze the impact of contributions made by diverse historical figures over time as well as the impact of major conflicts, battles, and wars on the development of our nation through Reconstruction. The values and principles of American democracy as well as the roles of woman and minorities are also identified.
This animated demonstration deals with the forces and acceleration that act upon a penny when placed on a moving turntable. The animation requires Flash.
This presentation reviews terminology associated with goods, services, bartering, and money Students are presented real world scenarios involving goods, services, bartering, and money and respond to questions.
Clever is an application platform embedded inside the NCEdCloud and hosts many of the apps and resources educators use for student instruction. Some of the resources include SAS Curriculum Pathways, MasteryConnect, Lexia and so on. Additionally, educators can add their own favorite apps from either the Apple or the Chrome Store.
This video clip is meant to serve as a writing or discussion prompt during a unit on forces and motion. This can be used at varied grade levels, with the expectation that student responses would be more complex in higher grade levels.
This brief video clip demonstrates how to create a hovercraft from simple materials. Toward the end of the clip, the students in the video explains the science behind the hovercraft's motion (reduced friction). Students are encouraged to continue the experimentation on their own by changing variables in the design of the hovercraft.
This is the PowerPoint for the lesson covering Albion Tourg & the Fight for Civil Rights.
In this activity, students will connect the idea behind a choral piece - change - with its musical characteristics, using appropriate musical terminology such as rhythm, tempo, and dynamics. They will then work in groups to create short pieces that express similar feelings.