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In this unit the students will be introduced to the progress of the atomic theory. There are lessons and online you tube video that describe the atomic theory progress. An activity on how to explain the fact that electrons do not have specific orbit is suggested as an in class demonstration. There is a time line tool that is suggested for an online collaborative assignment.

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This course is designed to assist students in developing a resume, cover letter and interview plan. It will review the current trends in employment, model different resume styles, job seeking and interview skills. Students will complete mock interviews and assess each other on a rubric.

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This lesson plan is designed to give students a basic overview of the US Civil War and the events surrounding this time period through both face-to-face, classroom/group learning opportunities and independent online activities.

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This course is designed to help parents of beginning (emergent) readers help their children learn how to read and stay interested in reading at home with their family.

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Students will analyze advertisements using Social Justice theory as a lens for applying Media Literacy techniques to identify how stereotypes are perpetuated or broken down by the use of various images, sounds, and words. This unit is the third unit in a five unit Social Justice / Service Learning elective course.

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Students will read an article and learn the basics of employee benefits. They will complete a Venn diagram comparing what the law requires and benefits they find important.

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Students will practice defining and non-defining attributes faces, vertices and curved.

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The Microsoft Word 2013 Essentials course shows you how to create documents using templates; customize your document using themes, page layouts, and tables; add images and multimedia to your document; work with document revisions; and protect and finalize your document.

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The goal of this class is to provide readers with exposure to a variety of modern literature. In this course, you will be able to choose three genres of contemporary literature to explore. All assignments must reflect critical thinking based on the standards linked to the units. Each until will be introduced with a mini-research project. Your reading progress will be documented on your blog.

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This is a 5 day blended learning center activity on fur trading in Michigan designed for 3rd grade. It can be used alone or with your current textbook lesson. Students will be reading stories, doing online activities and role playing with each day's instructions being given on Powtoon.

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