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When using this tool teachers will be able to develop effective transition plans for students with disabilities of transition age.  Teachers will also be able to transition plan early for students with autism age 3-12.

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Over five class periods, students explore the topic “Should Everyone Get a Trophy?” as they prepare to write a five paragraph essay argumentative essay. This unit is an extension of the Word Generation materials created by SERP (Series 3 Unit 3.21).

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Throughout the school year, student have studied the five regions of the United States. In the culminating project, students will be assigned a state to report upon. Students will be required to include detailed information about their state, including (but not limited to) descriptions of:

  • The state’s geography and natural resources

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Throughout the year students will learn about important United States of America symbols, events, and holidays. Students will investigate the importance of recognizing national holidays, symbols, events, and people that are valued and celebrated in the United States of America.

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This is a unit plan in which students will work in small groups and use technology to research different topics related to a class novel, Pictures of Hollis Woods by Patricia Reilly Giff.  They will then use this information to create a Google Slides presentation to share with the class.  This “We-Search” activity will be structured as a jigsaw.

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This Unit focuses on early man and how we know that he/she existed.

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Understanding characteristics of quadratic functions and connections between various representations, tables, graphs and equations, are developed in this unit. The symmetry of the function values can be found in the table, the graph and the equation.

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In this blended unit, designed for 5th grade, the students will explore colonial life in the North America during the 1700s before the American Revolution. They will investigate the various perspectives of the groups of people living in the colonies during this time. They will also explore how different aspects such as economics, location, and beliefs effected the lives of the people.

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This is an outlined unit of Romeo and Juliet. Many of the activities can be placed online (Prezi) to achieve the same success. There's an abundance of Quick Writes and Focus Questions that I didn't specify in the unit. These too, can be placed online for blended learning. 

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Making success more attainable through the formation of an identity that musters the gumption. Through this identity, students will start to analyze how to achieve long-term goals.

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