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For these lessons, students will be taken through a variety of activities to learn about plagiarism. They will learn what plagiarism is, the consequence for it, how to paraphrase writing, when to use direct quotes, and how to cite. This is a wonderful webquest for students to go through.  

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For this lesson, students will learn how to write a mystery. They will be given a list of Nursery Rhymes and asked to create a mystery from the Nursery Rhyme. For example, Did Humpty Dumpty really fall off the wall or was he pushed? They will create a comic from their mystery.

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There is often a lot of confusion on when to use good vs well. This lesson will clear up the confusion! Students will watch a youtube video on this, play a game, and end the lesson with a writing assignment where they will show their mastery of the concept.

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Using screetastify to give a brief lesson on simple senteces, with an embeded quiz.  

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The lessons I have developed were created in order to improve students' IEP writing goals.

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For this project students will be doing a self portrait, painting it, then finaly applying shading using sharpie marker.

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This blended unit of instruction integrates various web resources to deepen student understanding of the role of plate tectonics in shaping our land. Emphasis is given to the layers of the earth and Earth's magnetic field, volcanoes, earthquakes, continental drift, and types of plate boundaries and movement.

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For this lesson, students will review what adjectives are, learn how to identify them in writing, and write with them to describe a picture. They will share their writing with their classmates through a wiki or a forum.

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Students will be introduced to the basics of finding the Measures of Center and Variability.   The will learn the vocabulary needed to understand the objectives, practice finding the Measurs of Center and Variability, and interpreting what the data means.

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Students will be able to identify the various types of sentences.  Students will be able to punctuate the various types of sentences with the correct punctuation. 

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