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Students will use a discovery approach to learn about the different families of functions. They will look for patterns between multiple function representations and use those patterns to identify key characteristics of linear, quadratic, absolute value, exponential, and rational functions. Students will identify function patterns in equations, tables, and graphs.

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This unit is for educators looking for alternative behavioral and classroom management techniques.  This unit focuses on using the practice of yoga as a means for self-regulation and potentially conflict resolution.  Participants will be exposed to some of the basics of yoga and how to integrate it into an educational setting to potentially improve student behavior and achievement.

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Students will be able to:

- understand the plot, characterization, and context of a short story

- analyze an author’s point of view through annotations, discussion, and extended writing

- relate the author’s point of view to their own experience

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Writable allows teachers to manage student writing by providing writing prompts, opportunities to peer edit, and the ability to revise using feedback.

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Portraiture has evolved from very formal photographs similar to classic oil paintings, to very informal snapshots and even Selfies. Portrait photography can be one of the most challenging forms of photography. Capturing a photo that appears natural and conveys the subject's personality is a skill that takes patience and practice.

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The Students will create a short monologue, role play, and pick from a variety of choices listed here Tic Tac Toe Grid of options with links to rubrics .

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In this unit on Chemical reactions students will be able to differentiate between the five different types of chemical reactions of synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, and combustion reactions. Students will also be able to apply the Law of Conservation of Matter and Mass towards chemical reactions; specifically balancing chemical reactions.

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In this unit on evolution, students will investigate and communicate information that common ancestry and biological evolution are supported by multiple lines of empirical evidence.

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The focus of this project is to successfully express one’s sense of self using various photography manipulation tools through Adobe Photoshop. Students will use their mastery of light, shadow, color, and composition to begin the unit on photography manipulation.

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This Unit will cover Market Structures and Market Failures: the Great Recession. It will cover:  What happened? Why it happened? What can be done to prevent it in the future?

 

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