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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.

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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.

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This lesson details the differences in how we classify matter.

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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.

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Students will be able to complete the lyrical sheet containing blanks when listening to the corresponding Spanish song with the use of a word bank.

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This lesson has students working through a few videos to compare the two processes.

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Plickers (clikers, simplified) is a quick was to assess students learning.  Download the Plickers Ap, pass out a card to each student, ask a question and scan cards for immediate response!

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This Unit focuses on early man and how we know that he/she existed.

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This presentation is used in a unit on prehistoric man.  It includes information on the culture and society in which early man lived by looking at different cave paintings and pictures from throughout the world.  Special attention is paid to the great caves found in France that show us so much about how early man lived and had a culture.

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Using powerful pictures and statistics about prehistoric Mega-fauna students are brought back in time to when human beings lived with huge mammals.  Special attention is given to the size and abilities of the animals and how human beings lived along side of them.  This presentation was created to give students a picture of what life was like during prehistoric times as well as showing

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