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This is a unit that formalizes the definition of functions. Students will connect the idea of mathematical relationships to the concept of functions. With a mix of direct instruction, guided notes with procedural practice, and individual practice, this unit will ground students in the concept and provide a deep understanding of its usefulness. 

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In this unit students use primary and secondary sources of information to explore the early history of Michigan. They begin by examining the work of historians and the types of questions they ask. Then, they apply historical thinking skills to a study of American Indians in Michigan, exploration and early settlement.

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Before learning the format and features of The Constitution, the students  have a chapter that relates the challenges to governing post Revolutionary War and subsequent failure of our first form of government (The Articles of Confederation) during Shays’s Rebellion.

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The life of Native Americans before European exploration, including cultural regions and how different tribes adapted to their environment.  

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Students will be able to identify ways in which they can be a good friend to those around them.

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Students will investigate the Silk Road to learn about the beginnings of globalization, and study the process of globalization, global trade, comparative advantage, design, sourcing, manufacturing and distribution. Students will consider if globalization results in more positive or negative contributions to our communities and society as whole.

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In this lesson, students will explore where key locations and routines will occur within their classroom. They will learn to associate these phrases with a visual schedule to help aid in this discovery process. Students will at the end of the unit be able to move throughout the classroom with little to no adult support outside of the individual's IEP requirements.

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In this lesson, students explore where to find key locations within our school community (classrooms/playgrounds/ bathroom etc.)  and who are located in these school community location (teachers/office staff/community helpers) that the students will interact with daily/weekly.  

 

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In this Unit, students are expected to learn to identify and describe triangles in the learning environment as well as in the real world.  Students will engage in class whole class instruction and discussion, small group conversation, and individual exploration using a combination of visuals, manipulatives, games, and online resources.

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This is the first unit of the school year. It is for the first course in the AP Capstone program, AP Seminar. This class is designed to engage student in the research process, specifically to provide them with the skills necessary to navigate source material and compose argumentative writing and presentations. This unit's theme is Identity. 

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