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In preparation for research, students will learn the difference between a secondary and primary source through class discussion, a video, and a game. They will analyze why it is often important to have both sources in a research paper. Students will then begin to find quality primary and secondary sources on 9/11.

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This unit provides a conceptual focus of WWII as well as answers essential questions regarding the war.

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Students will learn about the 7 characteristics of living things; essentially how what all living things must have or do. Then students will further learn about cells, one of the 7 characteristics and how they work to keep organisms alive. They will understand the similarities and differences of plant and animal cells, unicellular and multicellular.

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This blended unit explores how our sun works, how it affects us on earth, and how we are studying and monitoring it today. Parts of it take place in the classroom, while others utilize a computer lab. Formative assessments are included, as well as a student-created formal assessment.

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MechaPhysics is a complete high school physics curriculum originally designed for CTE students as means for earning physics credit online. The streamlined course focuses only on the required MMC physics standards, but explores them in the context of engaging mechatronics applications.

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A blended unit in High School Geometry. Students learn to construct the incenter and circumcenter of a triangle in two different ways and then learn about inscribed and circumscribed circles.

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Teaching and learning looks blended in this classroom. By that, I mean that during the introduction of the topic, the teacher is really lecturing and the whole class is taking notes. During this time the instructor will ask students for feedback and questions. Use of the powerpoint will enhance the lecture by using pictures on each slide to illustrate the terminology.

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This blended unit targets Mendelian genetics using guided online practice tools.

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The following unit was created for a middle school Reading Intervention class. The class provides intervention strategies for Tier 2 level students who are 1-3 years below reading level in grades 6-8. This unit is a 2 week unit that provides mini lessons, rotating centers with collaborative student work, as well as week end assessments.

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The following unit includes seven lessons about air and train travel in France. These lessons also include grammar instruction on discerning when to use the passé composé and imparfait in past tense narration, the conjugation of the irregular verb “venir” and its related verbs, as well as how to select the appropriate preposition to precede a geographical location.

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