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This unit will introduce students to the great American composer John Philip Sousa. They will be learning about his life and accomplishments along with learning and performing a portion of Stars and Stripes which has been simplified for their skill level. When complete the students will have a greater understanding and appreciation of this great march and the March King.

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This unit explores the introduction into Subtraction using the Common Core Format (Whole-Part-Part/Missing Part) and higher level thinking. This unit is being developed because I have found that it is a hard transition for students to go from addition to subtraction. Some portions will not be accessible as it is for District Supported Accounts through our Math Curriculum, Pearson envisionMath.

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This course is designed to engage and motivate every student. Through the stories of intriguing people, exciting places, and fascinating events that makes "Social Studies" relevant to your life. As a student you will gain a global perspective.

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This resource is meant for a blended learning classroom. The unit is broken down into a math workshop model where students will visit stations as they complete each activity.

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This blended learning unit outline is part of a semester course on Introductory Web Design. In this unit, students will learn about the design elements that go into creating a "good" website. They will be introduce to a variety of topics, including color use and layout as well as function and accessibility.

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This plan is meant for use in a middle or high school blended Spanish classroom. It combines both classroom and online learning in a way that will guide students through the process of being able to use complete sentences to describe people in Spanish.

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In this unit the students will be introduced to the progress of the atomic theory. There are lessons and online you tube video that describe the atomic theory progress. An activity on how to explain the fact that electrons do not have specific orbit is suggested as an in class demonstration. There is a time line tool that is suggested for an online collaborative assignment.

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Students will analyze advertisements using Social Justice theory as a lens for applying Media Literacy techniques to identify how stereotypes are perpetuated or broken down by the use of various images, sounds, and words. This unit is the third unit in a five unit Social Justice / Service Learning elective course.

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Students will practice defining and non-defining attributes faces, vertices and curved.

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The Microsoft Word 2013 Essentials course shows you how to create documents using templates; customize your document using themes, page layouts, and tables; add images and multimedia to your document; work with document revisions; and protect and finalize your document.

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