Submitted by adamknappx on Wed, 07/26/2017 - 4:36pm.
The goal of this assignment is for students to write an editorial, either by themselves or with a partner. This topic will be something they are interested in or passionate about and hold a particular opinion that they wish to share with others. The learning cycle will focus on students exploring topics and finding one they hold an opinion about.
Submitted by rebecca.fazio on Mon, 07/24/2017 - 6:25pm.
This unit follows a general introduction of Athens and Sparta including historical context, geographical location, demographics, etc. This unit will begin with teaching about the people of Athens and Sparta and the competition between the two. Students will learn about the Persian Wars and the Peloponnesian Wars, focusing on the involvement of Athens and Sparta.
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.
Submitted by aekkens on Wed, 06/21/2017 - 11:01am.
This 7th grade Nutrition Unit focuses on parts of the Michigan Model Curriculum. More specifically, students will learn information about the USDA My Plate guidelines, how to track calories, read food labels, make healthy choices, and much more.
Submitted by ellismi2 on Wed, 06/14/2017 - 1:24pm.
Students explore plot elements in fairy tales. Through whole class student engagement strategies, students analyze and complete a plot diagram for a fairy tale of choice. Peer collaboration is embedded with partner and group sharing.
This is a simple blended learning plan for introducing the microscope and cells. It is also the beginning lesson in a unit that will ultimately lead to with students synthesizing their own cell theory which they will compare with the currently accepted Cell Theory.