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Middle school students will examine the key features of civilization using Google Earth to examine ancient Egypt, China, or Mesopotamia. 

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Students will be able to access books that are at their current reading level using the website raz-kids.com.  The site can be used both at school and at home.  When on the site, the students will hear stories, record themselves reading, listen to their recording, and answer questions to help with comprehension.

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This unit was developed to provide some online experiences for 2nd graders to improve reading fluency and comprehension for the variety of reading abilities common in a lower elementary classroom.  With a minimal amount of instruction, students have the opportunity to access leveled reading texts, monitor their own reading, and have the ability to have appropriate leveled texts at hom

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This is a unit I planned for the Investing section in my Personal Finance class.  It covers different forms of investing and the advantages and disadvantages associated with it.  The lesson exposes students to what stocks are and allows them to participate in a simulation to see how stocks can be used as an investment tool.

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Students will cut out the cards on the attached worksheet. They will walk around the room and show their partner the triangle. Their partner will then answer with what type of triangle congruence theorem it is (ASA, SSS, HL, etc). It is a great way for students to visualize the different theorems and get out of their seats!

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Students will review what they have learned over this unit (basics of geometry, proofs, etc). They will do 3 review stations, and then they will participate in a power-point game using their white boards and markers.

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The Constitution Center provides an interactive online game for up to four players that allows students to win cards and ultimately win the game by correctly guessing why the characters on the cards were historically denied suffrage or answering when they gained suffrage.

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Students learn the basics and fundamentals of greetings and farewells. They also learn how to address individuals according to their correct titles and to ask and answer questions.

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This interactive simulation/movie allows students to watch the changing altitude of the sun at noon throughout the entire year. Along with the simulation is a time-lapse video showing the changing shadow of a large building, and the changing seasons outside.

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