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I have created a Google sites website that provides students with the opportunity to explore the United States becoming a world power independently. The predominant area of focus of this unit is U.S.

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I have created a Google sites website that provides students with the opportunity to explore the American Industrial Revolution on their own. I am currently employed at an alternative education high school and am going to be using this site to let the students complete the tasks independently.

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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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This introductory unit is based on the first chapter in accounting covering how to create an accounting equation for a service business owned by a sole proprietor.   This unit is based on the use of South-Westerns Century 21 Accounting 9Ed textbook by Gilbertson and Lehman.

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A list of activities for teaching Reading Foundational skills in stations.

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Students will learn how to identify various sentence types (simple, compound, complex, compound-complex), and how to utilize them in their writing. They will also learn how to identify and correct sentence fragments and run-ons. Formative assessments will largely take place online via google forms.

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This unit was designed as a way to meet some of the social/behavioral/emotional skills that some elementary students lack, for any number of reasons.  When students don't have some of these basic skills it often interferes with their ability to perform academically.

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This is a 3rd grade  informational unit utlizing multiple resources to learn about the voyage and history of the Titanic aligned with 3rd grade CCS.

Created by Ellen Berens and Mary Wolters

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This is the framework of a unit used to teach Romeo and Juliet with blended learning.

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