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A 9th grade biology unit on cells. Students will learn about what makes up cells, how cells transport material into and out of themselves, and how to tell the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. 

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This unit covers several of Poe's short works, including one of his essays. It is intended to be used as part of a 10th-grade American Literature class and covers content standards related to the reading of literature and, to a lesser extent, the reading of informational texts.

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This unit focuses on the Legislative Branch of the US Congress as created by the Constitution of the United States in 1788.  The goal of this unit is to create an in depth understanding of how this body was created and many of the important features that have helped it thrive over that past 200+ years.

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This unit is designed for a Digital Media or Graphic Design course. It could be adjusted to fit most grades, but it was created for the high school setting. In this unit, students will draw upon graphic design techniques from past projects to help them learn how to create a file for 3D printing.
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     The object consists of a text in the public domain that has been downloaded from the web, uploaded into the web-based application Kami, and annotated by me with instructions and reflection questions for the students. Students whould read the story while adding their own annotations (such as observations or questions).

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     Students will view this slideshow online as the first activity in a blended unit. The activity is meant to introduce the author and some of his works, including several that the students will read as part of the unit. It is primarily intended to spark student interest in the unit.

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