This lesson has students work in pairs to find correlative conjunctions in popular writing. They can help each other find the conjunctions and highlight them in newspaper articles or selections from chapter books.
This activity will allow students to measure the circumference, diameter, and radius of a circle in a hands-on way. By being able to manipulate a circle and stretch it out the idea of circumference will be more concrete. Students will use each other, desks, and chairs to create circles that can be measured.
In this lesson, students will prepare a presentation defending their opinion about whether money should be spent on additional space exploration using the Hubble or a similar telescope or whether it should be used for immediate research needs on Earth. Students will research at least five discoveries that have been made using the Hubble telescope.
In this lesson, students will link what they already know about Aboriginal Australians to the new topic, identify basic and clear differences between modern society and Aboriginal living, and identify what they would like to learn more about Aboriginal Australians.
Students will be engaging in tasks of manipulation and stability which involves giving and receiving force from objects (throwing and catching) while the body remains in place. This engagement will develop fine and gross motor skills, encourage enhanced hand-eye coordination, and employ student's listening and memory skills.
In this lesson, students will learn how to read a food label. They will have to find information about ingredients, calories, and nutrition.