Students will use number puzzles to understand patterns with numbers 1-110. Students will have teacher directed, independent, game, and technology centers to practice and reinforce these skills. This is a remix of a VDOE lesson: https://goopenva.org/courseware/lesson/637/overview
Virginia History & Social Science Standards of LearningGrades 9-12Learning Domain: GovernmentStandard:Indicator: The student will explain that thoughtful and effective participation in civic life is characterized by the performance of the duties of responsible citizens.
This lesson uses a YouTube video to present affirmative tú commands, giving special attention to the 8 irregulars with the help of a mnemonic device. The student directions and activity are included.
Students will examine and discuss six works of art depicting various elements from the African American historical experience and will follow up with a short essay about their experience with the art.
This is an activity to help students understand assimilation attempts. The students watch a video clip, discuss assimilation, and create a poster advocating for or against the assimilation of American Indians during the time period of Westward Expansion.
Builders and Bulldozers is a fun game that I use to help my students practice skipping, galloping, and jogging. Instead of just performing each movement, they get to use the movements in a game.
Students will explore different components of the cell membrane using the online Genetic Science Learning Center. Students will view pictures, read passages, and watch videos to complete a worksheet.
Students break apart cell phones to determine what elements are located in cell phones. They then use the elements to determine how the flow of electrons works in the cell phone. Lastly, create designs using legos to practice engineering practices that would be common in engineering.
This lesson prepares students to buy a car. Students will watch a video about the costs of buying a new car versus a used car, and then compare their own choices of both new and used vehicles. Students will also analyze the costs associated with each purchase to determine which car is the best choice.
Combining Like Terms is an important skills in Math 8 and Algebra I. This lesson draws on students prior knowledge of match 3 games in order to help understanding of this concept.
The lesson is for comparing number values 1 through 10. It gives students practice with concrete objects and placing them in order from least to greatest and greatest to least.
Students describe the dynamics of online cruelty and how it affects all the people involved. Students explain the difference between being a passive bystander versus a brave upstander in cyberbullying situations.