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This unit planner shows key lessons in teaching concepts of genetics. Students discover how cellular information passes from one generation to another. They first explore why cells must divide as they grow larger. Tools to grasp vocabulary are provided. The work of Gregor Mendel is included and students get to practice using Punnett Squares and are introduced to dihybrid crosses.

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This resource is a planning document for a Flipped PD model using Google Classroom.

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This unit will introduce students to the great American composer John Philip Sousa. They will be learning about his life and accomplishments along with learning and performing a portion of Stars and Stripes which has been simplified for their skill level. When complete the students will have a greater understanding and appreciation of this great march and the March King.

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This unit explores the introduction into Subtraction using the Common Core Format (Whole-Part-Part/Missing Part) and higher level thinking. This unit is being developed because I have found that it is a hard transition for students to go from addition to subtraction. Some portions will not be accessible as it is for District Supported Accounts through our Math Curriculum, Pearson envisionMath.

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This is a blueprint for a blended unit on matter for 4th grade. It incorporates f2f labs and discussion, reading of texts, and online resources such as video clips, review games in Socrative and Kahoot, and lots of use of Google apps. There are options for differentiation worked into the unit to use as needed. It is a work in progress and has not had a trial run yet.

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This unit provides an introduction to the key concepts presented in the semester course of Economics. Through this unit students with various activities and multimedia tools students are able to effectively answer the essential: What is economics? Students will create online project-based products using Prez, Wiki, and Noteapp.comI.

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This is a go animate video that will be sent out halfway through the first quarter to remind students/employees to work on their career path plan. A similar video will be emailed for each the other 3 quarters so students/employees are reminded of their commitment and motivated to work out the plan.

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This survey is used to help employees create career paths. It could be used for high school students to implement and academic plan as well. It’s designed to be sent out 4 times per year. Each time it gets sent back out, the students should make the necessary changes they have completed along their path.

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Students will draft two story shorts that they will submit via a message board for peer review and critique. After reflecting upon their comments and suggestions provided by fellow classmates, they will select the story short they wish to progress forward with to the animation process.

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