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For this lesson, students will learn how to write a mystery. They will be given a list of Nursery Rhymes and asked to create a mystery from the Nursery Rhyme. For example, Did Humpty Dumpty really fall off the wall or was he pushed? They will create a comic from their mystery.

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There is often a lot of confusion on when to use good vs well. This lesson will clear up the confusion! Students will watch a youtube video on this, play a game, and end the lesson with a writing assignment where they will show their mastery of the concept.

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This is the first Unit in a Life Science study designed for Middle School students.  It explores concepts such as What is Science, Technology in Science, Scientific Inquiry, What is Life, and an Introduction into Cells: Structure and Reproduction.

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Middle school students will examine the key features of civilization using Google Earth to examine ancient Egypt, China, or Mesopotamia. 

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For this project students will be doing a self portrait, painting it, then finaly applying shading using sharpie marker.

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For this lesson, students will review what adjectives are, learn how to identify them in writing, and write with them to describe a picture. They will share their writing with their classmates through a wiki or a forum.

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Students will learn how to write an introduction for a research paper. Through the lesson, they will learn to write an attention grabber, background information, a thesis, and a transition sentence.

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SWBAT 1: Explain the factors that influence culture, economics, education and government in North Korea.

SWBAT 2: Identify the reasons why The North Korean Government (and many North Koreans) have anti-American points of view.

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This unit focuses on the foundations to developing effective sentences that will grow and build into strong pargraphs.  Students are guided through processes that will help them to create sentences that are fluent. Sentence types, functions, styles are all addressed in this unit.

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Students will be able to identify the various types of sentences.  Students will be able to punctuate the various types of sentences with the correct punctuation. 

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