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Students explore plot elements in fairy tales. Through whole class student engagement strategies, students analyze and complete a plot diagram for a fairy tale of choice. Peer collaboration is embedded with partner and group sharing.

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Constructing an annotated bibliography from research and using research topics as discussion starters.

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Synopsis: students “design” a hybridized animal that they will try to pitch to investors.  

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Students in Introduction to Psychology design and implement their own research initiative to culminate the course so as to demonstrate mastery of the research methods available within the social sciences as well as the stylistic conventions of field specific research writing for psychology.

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This project was for students to investigate the effect of wording bias on the results of a survey. 

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Students will learn to solve systems of equations by graphing, substitution and elimination. The students will be given the assignment list at the beginning of the unit, therefore they will work at their own pace. Students will be using a combination of online videos/tools and worksheets to complete the unit.

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Student led IEPs allow the student to be actively engaged in the process of planning the meeting as well as being an active participant in the meeting.  This activity introduces the development of a Google slide presentation by the student that will be shared as the main focus of the IEP meeting.  

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In this project, students take a tour of the Urban Observatory. They navigate and compare thematic maps to investigate the spatial trends affecting the landscapes of the world’s largest cities. Ultimately, students use the Urban Observatory to ask their own question about space and place, learning about our world in the process.

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In this project, students evaluate areas in Gresham, Oregon, a city of about 100,000 people located east of Portland. They look for suitably-zoned areas where young adults are known to live and where renting is common. Since many of the prospective tenants will commute to Portland, students also look for areas that afford easy access to the city's light-rail system.

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