Students were randomly assigned a document from the list of 100 Milestone Documents compiled by the National Archives and Records Administration. They researched the document and completed several projects based on it including an essay, an oral presentation and a reading project. Based on the document, Executive Order 9066: Resulting in the Relocation of Japanese (1942). students chose a book to read and then share with a project of their own choosing. This student read Weedflower by Cynthia Kadohata and then created a scrapbook about the book and its connection to the document. Students were given a checklist/rubric of the required elements for the project.
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Students will explore multi-digit numbers and the relationship between ones, tens and hundreds; a digit in one place is 10x the digit in the place to its right. Students will use their bodies to represent digits in multi-digit numbers up to the hundredths place and compare these numbers using <, =, >. Students will use their bodies as multi-digit numbers to add and subtract.
New activities designed specifically for the 2019-2020 school year spotlight the 2020 Census and the importance of making sure everyone is counted, especially children. The decennial count impacts the federal funds that communities receive for special education, classroom technology, teacher training, after-school programs, school lunch assistance, and more. PreK-grade 12.
Students first read an article on how SpaceX's reusable rockets could revolutionize space travel. They then conduct an investigation with straw rockets and a rubber band to test how elastic potential energy is converted into gravitational potential energy. Students then read an article on the new SpaceX rocket design that could take hundreds of people to Mars and discuss where humans should explore in outer space.
The Civil Air Patrol (US Air Force affiliate) has many STEM lessons and kits available to educators for a one-time fee. The kits include robotics, microcontrollers, telescoopes, flight simulators and others.
Students begin lesson my watching a video on why leaves change color in the fall. They then read an article on how climate change could affect when trees change their leaves. Finally, they do a leaf chromatography to seperate the pigments of leaves of different colors.
This is a creative writing personal narrative student project. It is a powerful personal story about one student's journey through depression. After writing it I encouraged her to put images to it. She created it a Google slideshow and then uploaded it to WeVideo and recorded a voice over.
This is a google slides presentation that requires students to complete various tasks related to the following topics:
a) web safety
b) website evaluation
Students then choose one of those topics and produce an artifact that reviews what was learned within the modules. Project choices include a video, podcast or infographic.
Students will explore the concepts of place value, moving their bodies in a variety of ways to represent the tens and ones places. They will express place value with unifix cubes and drawings as they compose and decompose two-digit numbers
Students have to complete various tasks that show their mastery of features found within Google Slides. Example: Change the background of this slide to a beach. This has been adapted from an original work authored by Catlin Tucker.
In Module 1, students‰Ûª understanding of the patterns in the base ten system are extended from Grade 4‰Ûªs work with place value of multi-digit whole numbers and decimals to hundredths to the thousandths place. In Grade 5, students deepen their knowledge through a more generalized understanding of the relationships between and among adjacent places on the place value chart, e.g., 1 tenth times any digit on the place value chart moves it one place value to the right. Toward the module‰Ûªs end students apply these new understandings as they reason about and perform decimal operations through the hundredths place.
This lesson will help students use ISearch as a library catalog. This is the second lesson of three lessons. In this lesson the teacher will mostly be demonstrating on a screen. Students may need devices to try a search if time allows.
This lesson will help students use ISearch as a library catalog. This is the third lesson of three lessons. In this lesson the teacher will be demonstrating on a screen. Students will use devices to practice their skills.
Science Over Everything is a blog dedicated to helping middle and high school students understand current events in science and why they are relevant to their daily lives. Our site is intended to be a resource for teachers, providing each blog post with classroom activities to help the students comprehend what they are reading and fit the articles in a school's curriculum.
- Critical Thinking
- Information, Media and Technological Literacy
- Interdisciplinary, Project-based, and Real-World Learning
- Problem-Solving and Communication
- Earth and Space Science
- Environmental Science
- Life Science
- Physical Geology
- Physical Science
- Material Type:
- Case Study
- Student Guide
- Chris Anderson
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Smithsonian Folkways Recordings is the nonprofit record label of the Smithsonian Institution, the national museum of the United States. We are dedicated to supporting cultural diversity and increased understanding among peoples through the documentation, preservation, and dissemination of sound. We believe that musical and cultural diversity contributes to the vitality and quality of life throughout the world. Through the dissemination of audio recordings and educational materials we seek to strengthen people's engagement with their own cultural heritage and to enhance their awareness and appreciation of the cultural heritage of others. Smithsonian Folkways is part of the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.
Our mission is the legacy of Moses Asch, who founded Folkways Records in 1948 to document "people's music," spoken word, instruction, and sounds from around the world. The Smithsonian acquired Folkways from the Asch estate in 1987, and Smithsonian Folkways Recordings has continued the Folkways commitment to cultural diversity, education, increased understanding, and lively engagement with the world of sound.
- Creativity and Innovation
- Material Type:
- Discover The Island Cultures Of The South Pacific Their Musical Expressions With Songs Crafts Games Uses Recordings Of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Rhythmic Game Songs The Solomon Islands Papua New Guinea Flute Playing
- In This Lesson Are Opportunities For Teaching Learning About Some Ways In Which Music Is Aligned With Visual Art A Sampling Of Songs Smithsonian Folkways Recordings Is Presented Alongside The Cover Art Relevant To The Songs Several Well-known Pieces Are Featured The Wide Array Of Recordings First Envisioned Folkways Record' Founder Moses Asch In The
- In This Series Of Three Lessons Students Will Engage With Latvian Folk Music Culture History Through Critical Listening Singing Movement Dance Instrumental Performance
- Introduce Students To The Melodic Rhythms Of The Tabla
- Students Learn The Four Shapes Used In Sacred Harp Singing Sing The Shapes Of Yankee Doodle In A Key Appropriate To Their Voices They Sing The Melody Part Of Chester A Revolutionary-era Tune William Billings If They Are Old Enough Able To Do So They Try A Two-part Version Melody Harmony
- Teach The History Geography Of Turkey Focusing On The Anatolia Region
- The Following Is Designed For Elementary Middle General Classroom Music Students Can Be Easily Adapted For Other Types Of Music Classes
- This Lesson Is Intended To Introduce Students To The Music Of The American Folk Revival That Developed Between The With Notable Figures Such As Pete Seeger Burl Ives Jean Ritchie Paul Robeson Many Others
- Through Active Listening Discussions Of Cultural Context Re-creating Ostinati Pentatonic Melodies Students Will Experience Two Contrasting Examples Of The Music Of The Khmer People Of Cambodia
- Use Lively Recordings Videos Celebrated
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The Cyber Club Toolkit is designed to hep schools and other civic organizations create and run cyber clubs in Ohio.
The toolkit will include cyber security activities, career resources and other links to help students understand how cyber security impacts everyone and that there are significant current and future employment opportunities in this field.
Many of these materials will be created by Ohio educators, industry partners and government agencies and will be available for school, after school clubs and other youth organizations in Ohio.
The Student Success Resource Library provides tools and resources to help schools keep all students engaged and on a clear path to successfully graduate. There are resources that can help districts meet state policies around identification and intervention for students at risk of dropping out. And when each of the 1.8 million Ohio students in grades K–12 graduate, we also want them to be working in or preparing for the jobs of their dreams. The Resource Library includes materials that support the implementation of a strategic and sustainable career advising policy, from middle school through graduation.
Google applied digital skills helps students learn the in and outs of google software, whether it be google slides, docs, sheets, etc. It can also teach students about internet safety and web design.
A site where you can access information and tutorials about technologies and examples of how they can be used in education.