Submitted by AngieHArtTeach on Wed, 06/14/2017 - 1:56pm.
After learning about how a community functions and looking at how our local community works on a day to day basis. Students work together to create an imaginative community including all the elements that make a community run smooth. Students will use Google Draw to learn how to "draw" a house on a chromebook for the mural as well as using Kahoot!
This blended unit introduces students to linear inequalities and systems of inequalities. Students will algebraically and graphically verify solutions to linear inequalities and systems of linear inequalities. Instruction and practice will be provided via Khan Academy.
Submitted by Rebekah Hoeft on Mon, 06/12/2017 - 9:22pm.
This lesson will help students understand the differences between living and nonliving things. Students will learn to ask 6 quesions to determine if something is alive. Students will learn what things living things must have to survive.
Submitted by jwatripont42 on Sun, 05/21/2017 - 4:34pm.
In this unit students will learn the essentials for 3rd grade language arts by participating in a hybrid of both online and classroom learning.. They will use both projects and online assessments to show and apply what they have learned.
Submitted by becky.crandall on Sat, 05/20/2017 - 5:16pm.
This mini unit is created to be used in a blended learning environment. Much of the online information will be posted to my classroom blog for students to access. I have included access here to the Blind Kahoot and the PlayPosit.
This is a six week unit plan for 6th grade Mythology unit for a blended classroom. Students will write their own myth online. They also take quizzes online. Microsoft online has been used to create a Powerpoint mix to introduce this unit.
This unit will have students take a close look at limits. Students will gain a better understanding of how limits work, how to algebraically simplify expressions to find the limit, how to look at a graph and know the limit and the ideas about continuous functions.
In this unit, students will consider the impact of the many changes that took place during the 16th-18th centuries in Europe. Students will use multiple methods to examine the technological advancements of the Scientific Revolution, the conflict that this brought with the Church, and how scientists reconciled their beliefs about God with their new discoveries.