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We will be working to develop a plan to  protect our school garden from the weather hazard, frost.  We will grow and monitor how our plants are affected by frost during this period. We will also analyze and collect data over a time period.

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Portraiture has evolved from very formal photographs similar to classic oil paintings, to very informal snapshots and even Selfies. Portrait photography can be one of the most challenging forms of photography. Capturing a photo that appears natural and conveys the subject's personality is a skill that takes patience and practice.

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The Students will create a short monologue, role play, and pick from a variety of choices listed here Tic Tac Toe Grid of options with links to rubrics .

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The focus of this project is to successfully express one’s sense of self using various photography manipulation tools through Adobe Photoshop. Students will use their mastery of light, shadow, color, and composition to begin the unit on photography manipulation.

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We will be using our economics background from the history of Lumber to guide us in understanding how buying products locally affects our community’s economy. We will be creating a public service announcement to persuade people in our community to buy products locally, in order to help our local economy.

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This Unit will cover Market Structures and Market Failures: the Great Recession. It will cover:  What happened? Why it happened? What can be done to prevent it in the future?

 

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We will be using our economics background from the history of Lumber to guide us in understanding how buying products locally affects our community’s economy.

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Students will identify the need for new historical accounts and construct interactive timeline of Michigan’s past.  Each student will adopt a different historical perspective, either Native American or European, to drive their timeline.

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Students will write a research paper about a topic of their choosing (something they want to learn more about) or a digital story, blog, website, etc. The focus of this learning cycle is for students to learn how to determine what is/isn’t a credible source, fake news. vs. real news, and how to present an argument/subject they are passionate about in a meaningful way.

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Calculating time, distance, and speed of falling objects. 

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