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Students in a 10th grade ELA classroom, will use Skype to connect with an author of a book they have all ready read.

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All students will use classification systems to describe groups of living things; compare and contrast differences in the life cycles of living things; investigate and explain how living things obtain and use energy; and analyze how parts of living things are adapted to carry out specific functions.  

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              Learning looks like students engaged in something that interests them. It looks like a variety of things going all over the classroom. Perhaps it’s an art project in one part of the room, video editing in another, and some students cutting up magazines for a collage on another. Controlled chaos is the best environment for learning.

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The purpose of this unit is for students to learn and understand how to compare and contrast. In the opening of the lesson a video will be shown to engage learners on the definition of compare and contrast. The students will see a visual of using a venn diagram. Throughout the unit, learners will have an opportunity to use online venn diagram and create their own.

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In this chapter, students will learn to add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials using a couple of different methods.  Students will also learn how to factor binomials (standard and special products) and trinomials and solve quadratic equations by completing the square.

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My blended unit planning document title is called, "Equations and Inequalities."  I will start chapter one by reviewing what they have learned from the last section or prior knowledge in this case.  I will then have students take notes using Gist Notes.  I have included the website below.  Then students will work on an assignment from Khan Academy.

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Students will become familiar with terms, arguments on how the United States became an Industrialized nation.

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With some 250 ethnic groups and over 450 linguistic groups, Nigeria can be a challenging country to understand. By dividing the country into three broad cultural regions, however, students can make generalizations about the diverse physical environment, ethnic groups, culture and economy of Nigeria.

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Students will become familiar with terms, arguments and case studies involving globalization.

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Students will use Skype to connect with individuals that work in the IT industry. Students will research related career fields to gain a basic understanding to guide their conversations. Students will chat with industry members and create a blog that highlights what they have learned.

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