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Open Educational Resource (OER) LMS course to support the computer science instructional efforts at the middle schools. Teaching resources include video lessons, practice activities, and assessment that are &nbsp;organized and aaligned to the 6-grade computer science standards of learning.&nbsp;

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Computer Science
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Activity/Lab
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Keisha Tennessee
09/23/2021
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In this lesson students will practice computing the average or mean of 3 or more menu prices or numbers with decimals.

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Computation and Estimation
Data and Analysis
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Activity/Lab
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Kevin Yates
04/19/2021
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Teacher Instructs the student to navigate to Google.com.&nbsp; The teacher will model researching their career by typing in the search box, &ldquo;What is the average salary for a teacher in Virginia.&rdquo;&nbsp; The teacher will ask what does average salary mean and add details to the students&rsquo; responses.&nbsp; The teacher will then pull up the Google Sheet to be used for today&rsquo;s lesson.&nbsp;&nbsp;Students will begin researching their own career choice by typing, &ldquo;What is the average salary of a _______________________ in VIrginia?&nbsp; The students will find a low, average, and top salary for their career choices. &nbsp; The students will use the average or middle salary given.&nbsp; If more than one average is given the students will use the mathematical equation for finding the mean to calculate the average of the salaries given.&nbsp;

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Computation and Estimation
Data and Analysis
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Activity/Lab
Author:
Kevin Yates
04/19/2021
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Students will&nbsp;lead discussion on their net pay for their chosen career, their total expenses, and the amount they will have left after paying all the monthly expenses.&nbsp; If there wasn&rsquo;t enough money to pay all their expenses what will they need to do?

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Computation and Estimation
Data and Analysis
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Activity/Lab
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Kevin Yates
04/19/2021
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Students will research the cost of homes and expences associated with owning a home. &nbsp;This proccess will help the studet to determine if thier chosen salary will support the purchase of the selected home.

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Computation and Estimation
Data and Analysis
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Activity/Lab
Author:
Kevin Yates
04/19/2021
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Students will pretend they have a family of 4.&nbsp; Use the list given by students and make sure the following are included:&nbsp;average cost of groceries for a family of 4average cost of health insurance for a family of 4average cost of dining out for a family of 4 (multiply this by 4 for eating out once a week)average monthly internet feeaverage monthly cable or satellite&nbsp;

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Computation and Estimation
Data and Analysis
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Activity/Lab
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Kevin Yates
04/19/2021
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The teacher will lead discussion on cost of the vehicle versus the salary made for his/her career.&nbsp; What are the pros and cons of this vehicle?&nbsp;&nbsp;Students will then research the type of vehicle they want.&nbsp; Each student will determine the cost of the vehicle.&nbsp; Students will share with each other the type of vehicle they chose, the cost of the vehicle, and the pros and cons of the vehicle.&nbsp;

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Computation and Estimation
Data and Analysis
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Activity/Lab
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Kevin Yates
04/19/2021
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Students will read a passage, extract useful and meaningful data, organize and clean the data, and finally represent the data as a graph. Using the following site:https://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/6.8&nbsp;The student will use computational tools to collect, organize, and clean data to make it more useful and reliable.

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Computer Science
Data and Analysis
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Activity/Lab
Author:
Robert Underwood
05/17/2022
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Cross curricular lesson plans integrating Computer Science and Mathematics Standards&nbsp;CS 6.8-9&nbsp;Mathematics 6.10a-c, 6.11a-b&nbsp;

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Computer Science
Cross-Curricular
Data and Analysis
Mathematics
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Lesson Plan
Author:
Christy Shepherd
11/05/2022
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In small groups, students will be assigned two of the first ten amendments and pose the questions, &ldquo;Which of these two amendments do you think is more important?&rdquo; and &ldquo;Why do you believe this?&rdquo; in a survey of ten classmates. Then they will collect and organize the data electronically to create two visual representations of their information. Students will add their raw data and visualizations to a shared slideshow to present their findings to the class and explain why they chose this particular visualization model and what conclusions they can draw from their survey responses.This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 2010256.Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Subject:
American History
Computer Science
Data and Analysis
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Lesson
Lesson Plan
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CodeVA Curriculum
11/18/2022
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Demonstrate Google Search tips and tricks&nbsp;&nbsp;Using &ldquo; &ldquo; around a search term to tell Google the results must include the words inside the quotation marksUsing - in the search term to tell google to exclude something from the results ex. search apple -fruit will give results about apple the company with out any results about apple the fruit.Using site: to search with in a particular website you have deemed creditable. ex. search site: www.cnn.com&nbsp;Use OR to search for either one search term or another&nbsp; ex. search climate change or global warming&nbsp;

Subject:
Data and Analysis
Research
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Activity/Lab
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Kevin Yates
04/19/2021
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Vocabulary posters for the Data &amp; Analysis strand for Grade 6. Words included are&nbsp;from the 2017 Computer Science Curriculum Framework.

Subject:
Computer Science
Data and Analysis
Material Type:
Visual Media
Author:
Kelly Odom
07/11/2021
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Students analyze a chart with the characteristics of the three colonial regions and determine a better way to visualize the information that shows the similarities and differences between the three.This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 2010256.Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Subject:
American History
Computer Science
Data and Analysis
History/Social Sciences
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Lesson
Lesson Plan
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CodeVA Curriculum
11/18/2022
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Students will gather information regarding the cultural and economic interactions between Europeans and American Indians during Westward Expansion.&nbsp;Students will work in groups to analyze several primary sources and create a visual representation depicting the Native vs. European perspectives of westward expansion.&nbsp;

Subject:
American History
Computer Science
Data and Analysis
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
CodeVA Curriculum
11/29/2022
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Following Curiosity and Perseverance on Mars often means roving to places with interesting materials &nbsp;to study, places away from the initial landing site. In this lesson, students experience the processes involved in engineering a communication protocol. To &nbsp;reach their goal, students must create a calibrated solution within constraints and &nbsp;parameters of communicating with a rover on Mars. Students will explore the opportunities and challenges of remote robotics by framing the problem around the idea that scientists and computer scientists must work together to successfully program rovers in remote locations like Mars. Students will also explore the idea that a robot simply follows a set of well defined algorithms. &nbsp;Students will be provided a set of possible courses that their robot must navigate. Students will code their robot to navigate around the obstacles within the course to arrive at a set location.

Subject:
Computer Science
Earth and Space Systems
STEM/STEAM
Scientific and Engineering Practices
Technology Education
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Michael Speidel
Sharon Brandon
12/22/2020
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In this lesson students will be able to identify that computers, like the solar system, complete predictable actions based on a set of variables. Students will learn about the solar system via Scratch. &nbsp;They will explore block coding and computational thinking practices as they utilize Scratch as a tool for creativity, expression and learning about the Solar System.&nbsp;

Subject:
Algorithms and Programming
Computer Science
Earth and Space Systems
Science
Scientific and Engineering Practices
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Activity/Lab
Lecture Notes
Lesson
Simulation
Author:
Michael Speidel
Sharon Brandon
09/30/2020
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This lesson is part of a unit based on a road trip. &nbsp;In this lesson students use the given website to research diffrent attributes of cars and trucks that would make them desirable choices. &nbsp;

Subject:
Data and Analysis
Non-fiction
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Kevin Yates
04/19/2021
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Students are practicing using Scratch programming to program microbit sensors to continually read temperature. &nbsp;Doing this will familiarize students with the Scratch programming software to program TDS and Temperature sensors for the fishtank in the hallway.

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Computer Science
Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Kim Wilkens
07/24/2022
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In this activity students will analyze various forms of primary sources, images and text, based on differing accounts of the Boston Massacre. &nbsp;Students will use this information to construct a historically accurate timeline (story) using the website twinery.org.

Subject:
Algorithms and Programming
American History
Computer Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
CodeVA Curriculum
Chanda Greco
11/29/2022
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In this lesson, students will organize and visualize data from indentured contract databases from virtualjamestown.org in order to come to some conclusions about the characteristics of indentured servants in early colonial America. They will make specific decisions about how to organize the data and how to best visualize the data. They will then use the data to draw conclusions about indentured servants in early colonial Virginia, culminating in a creative journal entry assignment. Additional lessons can have students search for and analyze data on the enslaved Africans of early colonial Virginia in order to compare and contrast the two forms of labor in colonial Virginia.

Subject:
American History
Computer Science
Data and Analysis
Virginia History
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
CodeVA Curriculum