Submitted by JFrazee on Sat, 02/18/2017 - 10:12pm.
Students will analyze a short story and learn how the plot elements create a compelling story. After gaining understanding of the plot elements, students will create their own plot element diagram. Once their plot diagram is complete they will use their knowledge of plot to create their own short story synopsis.
Submitted by ELuckhardt on Mon, 02/06/2017 - 3:25pm.
Seesaw is a digital portfolio for students and a place to share content for teachers. It is an app/site that allows teachers to easily distribute and collect content and provides parents access to their own student’s work.
This is a unit that was created for an advanced Algebra 1 course during the statistics set of standards. This plan is a mix of in class presentation and use of online tools to get a better understanding of representing data with plots in the number line. Students will research and construct virtually dot plots, histograms, and box plots.
Submitted by DebbieKim on Wed, 01/18/2017 - 12:05am.
This is a unit plan for a Japanese language classes on greetings for grades 7-12. The online tools and resources listed in this unit plan is to supplement an online learning class. Because the online learning units and assessments are fixed, these supplemental tools are incorporated as optional resources for students. The purpose is twofold:
Submitted by ELuckhardt on Tue, 12/27/2016 - 9:31am.
Google Apps for Education allows you to collaborate on documents, slide decks, and spreadsheets. It’s a great tool for having students work together on a presentation or a document where they each add their own thoughts.
Submitted by jaylaw70 on Wed, 11/09/2016 - 9:47am.
In this unit students will be identifying locations on maps, while understanding the changes that the U.S. was going through during the early 20th century. Students will be able to understand by the end of the unit what an Imperial Power means and what lead the U.S. to become one.
Submitted by cmiller2 on Fri, 10/28/2016 - 2:55pm.
This lesson was created for a 9 th grade integrated biology/English classroom with a focus on outdoor learning. In this lesson, students will practice their scientific observation skills and reflect on their experience in this out door observation activity.