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This lesson is Day 5 in a series of 5 lessons around U.S customary measurement.

In this video lesson, students learn the difference between weight and capacity as they observe a cookie recipe being made. No materials are needed for this lesson.

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Mathematics
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Author:
Dawne Coker
06/25/2020
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This lesson is Day 6 in a series of 12 lessons around fraction equivalences and comparisons.

This video lesson teaches students how to create bar models to compare lengths/distances. Students will need a piece of paper, ruler, scissors, and a pencil. These bar models will also be used for Day 7's lesson.

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Dawne Coker
06/25/2020
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This video lesson introduces the idea that when comparing two fractions, they must refer to the same size whole. Then, students use fraction strips to compare fractions. Students may use virtual fraction strips from Toy Theater (https://toytheater.com/fraction-strips/)

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Dawne Coker
06/25/2020
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This lesson is Day 8 in a series of 12 lessons around fraction equivalences and comparisons.

This video lesson introduces the number as a tool for representing and comparing fractions. Students will need a black piece of a paper and a pencil with a good eraser.

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Mathematics
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Dawne Coker
06/25/2020
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This lesson is Day 9 in a series of 12 lessons around fraction equivalences and comparisons.

This video lesson introduces students to fractions beyond 1 using a choral counting routine. Students connect the fractions to points on a number line and bar models. For this lesson, students need a piece of blank paper and a pencil.

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Mathematics
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Dawne Coker
06/25/2020
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Ana Donevska Todorova Humboldt Universitﾊt zu Berlin Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultﾊt II Institut fﾟr Mathematik, Didaktik der Mathematik ??? ?????????? ?????? ???????? ?? ???????????? ????? ? ????

Subject:
Algebra
Mathematics
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GeoGebra
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GeoGebraTube
03/12/2012
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Ana Donevska Todorova Humboldt Universitﾊt zu Berlin Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultﾊt II Institut fﾟr Mathematik, Didaktik der Mathematik

Subject:
Algebra
Mathematics
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Simulation
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GeoGebra
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GeoGebraTube
03/12/2012
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This dynamic worksheet illustrates the relationship between the DETERMINANT, the Area of the pre-image, and the Area of the image.

Subject:
Algebra
Mathematics
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Simulation
Provider:
GeoGebra
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GeoGebraTube
04/26/2012
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Ana Donevska Todorova Humboldt Universitﾊt zu Berlin Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultﾊt II Institut fﾟr Mathematik, Didaktik der Mathematik

Subject:
Algebra
Mathematics
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Simulation
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GeoGebra
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GeoGebraTube
03/12/2012
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This web page features a collection of Easy Java Simulations developed by secondary teachers for use in introductory high school physics courses. Topics include astronomy, momentum and collision, projectile motion, Gauss's Law and electric field, special relativity, and more. Each simulation is accompanied by a standards-based lesson plan and printable student guides. Users may run the simulations as a Java applet or may directly download a jar file version. The materials in this collection were created with Easy Java Simulations (EJS), a modeling tool that allows users without formal programming experience to generate computer models and simulations. To modify or customize the model, See Related Materials for detailed instructions on installing and running the EJS Modeling and Authoring Tool. This resource is part of Project ITOP (Improving the Teaching of Physics), a graduate program offered at University of Massachusetts-Boston. The archived computer models are hosted and maintained as part of the BU Physics Simulation collection.

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Physics
Science
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Boston University
Author:
Andrew Duffy
03/02/2011
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Hyperdoc covering the Earth's Layers. There are videos, graphics, and questions to respond to. There is also practice content problems and a quiz on Google Forms to complete.

For both the hyperdoc and the Google Form you need to "Make a Copy" before using it. Also, make sure when you share it with your students, you select "view only", otherwise the will be able to edit your original. They can make their own copy and share it with you in order to complete everything.

This is meant to be done in a couple of classes, not just one.

Subject:
Earth Science
Science
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Author:
Jennifer Durham
11/20/2019
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In this activity, students demonstrate the relationship between wave frequency and energy in the electromagnetic spectrum by shaking a rope to identify the relationships. This activity is part of Unit 2 in the Space Based Astronomy guide that contains background information, worksheets, assessments, extensions, and standards.

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Science
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NASA
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NASA Wavelength
07/31/2019
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The simulation illustrates the situation of a person in an elevator. The elevator takes the person from one floor to the next floor up.
For this situation, try sketching three free-body diagrams, one for the person, another for the elevator, and a third for the person-elevator system.
First, draw the diagrams for when the system remains at rest. Then, predict whether the free-body diagrams will change (and, if so, how) when the elevator is accelerating up, moving up at constant velocity, and moving up but slowing down (acceleration is down).

The simulation draws the diagrams for all these cases, but make sure you try drawing your own before looking at the simulation's diagrams.

Subject:
Physics
Science
Material Type:
Simulation
Provider:
Boston University
Author:
Andrew Duffy
06/03/2019
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This simulation allows you to use a slider to see how positive and negative integers add on a number line.

Subject:
Algebra
Mathematics
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Simulation
Provider:
GeoGebra
Author:
rsnyder
07/31/2019
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This is a 21 day unit on the topic of floods. Students will plan and prepare for what might happen in the event of a flood in our area. We have had floods in the past that have affected the Walterville School, its campus, and the surrounding areas. Using this as a springboard, students will discuss the effects of flooding, do research and interview family members who have experienced flooding, and then discuss possible ways to prevent significant damage on the buildings and surrounding areas. They will then design a barrier that could protect an area from damage for a period of time. Students will need materials to conduct experiments. We have listed these in the lesson plan. We have also included a trip to the Leaburg Dam so that students can learn about dams and their uses. We plan on teaching this unit in the fall.

Subject:
Earth Science
Science
Material Type:
Assessment
Data Set
Lecture
Lesson Plan
Simulation
Provider:
Lane County STEM Hub
Provider Set:
Content in Context SuperLessons
07/31/2019
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Students participate in a simulation of a Shark Bay food web to view the relationships between members of that ecosystem.

Subject:
Biology
Life Science
Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Simulation
Provider:
National Geographic
Author:
National Geographic Education
02/26/2019
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Based on knowledge of the unit Circles, students see how sinusoids (Sine and coSine waves) get their shapes.

Subject:
Geometry
Mathematics
Material Type:
Simulation
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GeoGebra
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GeoGebraTube
04/26/2012
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This is a supplemental video that explains the four factors of fitness and gives examples of each: cardiovascular, strength, flexibility and stamina.

Subject:
Healthful Living
Physical Education
Material Type:
Presentation
Simulation
Provider:
HealthCorps
Author:
HealthCorps