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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:

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This tool allows you to create and share screen and webcam recordings.

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.

  •  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.

 

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This unit covers several of Poe's short works, including one of his essays. It is intended to be used as part of a 10th-grade American Literature class and covers content standards related to the reading of literature and, to a lesser extent, the reading of informational texts.

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     The object consists of a text in the public domain that has been downloaded from the web, uploaded into the web-based application Kami, and annotated by me with instructions and reflection questions for the students. Students whould read the story while adding their own annotations (such as observations or questions).

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This US History unit attempts to explore and understand the Trends in US History through 1877.  It deals with the Reconstruction Era as well as  of this time period while utilizing primary sources, visual aids, and technology to facilitate learning for students.

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This US History unit attempts to explore and understand the Progressive Era of US History.  It deals with both the challenges and reforms of this time period while utilizing primary sources, visual aids, and technology to facilitate learning for students.

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This unit will explore the difference between "commonly confused words" in the English language.  Students will be introduced to pairs/groups of words that are commonly misused in a general and academic setting.  The attached document details how face-to-face instruction will merge with self-paced practice to create a blended experience that enables students to acquire, build upon and

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This unit will let students learn the building concepts of subject-verb agreement in this unit.  Students will not only be exposed to the core rules but also they will explore on their own and be able to track their own progress.  The attached document details how face-to-face instruction will merge with self-paced practice to create a blended experience that enables understanding to

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