Submitted by rmaxson1@hamilt... on Wed, 06/28/2017 - 8:42am.
In this unit, students will explore how the worlds of America, Africa, and Europe are alike and different. They will also explore how and why the three worlds met, and how Europeans, American Indians, and Africans view the meeting of their three worlds.
This unit engages students in a variety of different reading standards through face to face and online components. In this unit, students will practice many skills to aid them in reading and understanding nonfiction texts.
Submitted by jjgriffin488 on Thu, 06/22/2017 - 2:02pm.
Students will view a short video in which questions have been embedded to activate their interest. They will then read the story of the Last True Hermit, Christopher Knight. Knight lived for 27 years in the woods of northern Maine before being caught. He survived by building a camp deep in the woods and stealing from cabins in the surrounding area.
Submitted by jslootha@hamilt... on Thu, 06/22/2017 - 12:36pm.
This document provides ideas to increase fluency and confidence for emerging readers. These ideas can be used during whole-group or small-group reading sessions, guided reading groups, or independent practice.
Submitted by jslootha@hamilt... on Thu, 06/22/2017 - 11:48am.
This document contains specific, interactive ideas for teaching and review of 6 academic vocabulary words covered in Kindergarten. This document will grow over time. The words currently included are: character, setting, schema, observation, investigation, living/non-living.
Submitted by rmaxson1@hamilt... on Thu, 06/22/2017 - 10:08am.
In this blended learning unit, student will explore the U.S. Government from the Articles of Confederation through the writing of the Constitution. Students will be able to recognize the reasons why the founding fathers included the ideas and principles in these documents based on historical perspectives.
Submitted by eslotman on Thu, 06/22/2017 - 10:06am.
In this unit students explore the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Through a lesson on the Bill of Rights, students learn how government affects their daily lives by identifying situations in which specific rights are involved. They also explore why rights have limits and the relationship between rights and responsibilities.
This Reproductive Health unit is designed for 7th grade students and covers a wide range of lessons including friendships, relationships, values, puberty, anatomy, legalities and more. This curriculum is abstinence-based as approved by the district Reproductive Health Committee as well as the Board of Education.
Students will be able to solve a system of equations using substitution, elimination and graphing techniques. Primary focus is on linear systems with two variables. Exploration is on systems involving quadratics, linears and circles with graphing.