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 Browse All Lesson Plans Lesson Plan Name Grades Comparing and Contracting modern and colonial children 2 to 4 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will compare and contrast their 'modern' life with the lives of 'colonial' children. Students will complete a Venn Diagram, and take the information on the Venn Diagram to write a paragraph comparing the different time periods. Fractions 3 to 3 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will be learning how to compare fractions of the same numerator or same denominator. The iPad mini will be used in whole group and small group instruction. This grant will help our students to be able to use technology in a 1:1 setting to gain extra independent practice and guided instruction. The iPads will help our students to work towards meeting the 3rd grade CCSS. THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT - SHADOWS K to 2 Kindergarten through Second Grade students will explore light and shadows in science. Third Grade Fractions with iPad 2 to 6 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Third graders will work to understand and identify fractions, equivalent fractions, compare fractions, order fractions, and add fractions with like denominators using a variety of applications on the iPad. "Dear Peter Rabbit" Lesson Plan 1 to 4 (0 stars, 3 ratings)This lesson incorporates Beatrix Potter's story of "Peter Rabbit" and a variety of technology resources. The end result has students writing letters online to Peter Rabbit after his ordeal in Mr. McGregor's garden. http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/sadies/lesson/peter/peterlesson.htm "To Be, or Not To Be, A Digital Citizen? That is the Question! 4 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will become active participants in understanding what it means to be a digital citizen. The students will become aware of the importance of online responsibilities. 3 Minutes of Fame 4 to 4 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Students will create info-mercials (commercials) using video cameras and digital cameras to advertise eco-friendly products by explaining how other products deplete environmental resources (such as plastic and paper products). A Matter of Fact 5 to 6 (0 stars, 2 ratings)A math and science unit on matter. America’s Roaring 20’s Decade Silent Movie Project 9 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Using video as a medium to provide a visual presentation of the 1920’s can help students gain a better grasp of its effects on today’s society. In this project students will be asked to research and describe the 1920s and analyze cause and effect relationships within the 1920s and the effects of society on today. Analyzing Fiction Text with Nearpod 9 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will complete a Nearpod interactive lesson with a partner in live time in class. Students will mark text with colors coordinating to specific criteria, as well as make predictions of what will happen in the story. Book Trailers 5 to 8 (0 stars, 3 ratings)After reading a self selected text, students will plan and then use PhotoStory 3 to create book trailers which persuade an audience to read the highlighted texts in order to encourage and reinforce the practice of self selected reading by students. Celebrations Summative Project - Kindergarten P-K to K (0 stars, 1 ratings)(8 week lesson)After studying the holidays and traditions of autumn and winter throughout the world, kindergarten students are challenged to create their own unique holiday. While presenting their holiday, students will be digitally recorded to assess their understanding of holidays as a summative assessment. *International Baccalaureate PYP* Cherokee Unit- Lesson 1: Cherokee Religion and Culture 7 to 8 (0 stars, 1 ratings)In this unit, students will learn about the beliefs, practices and traditions of Native American groups in North Carolina, specifically the Cherokee people, and explain how European explorers and settlers impacted these groups. Classical Greece: Magazine Project 5 to 7 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Members will be creating a full magazine centered on the Grecian’s Golden Age. Issues will be celebrating either the 30th, 40th, or 50th anniversary of the Greeks victory over the Persians. Compare/Contrast Animal Kingdom Characteristics from Informational Texts P-K to P-K (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will compare and contrast the various animal kingdoms. Students will take this knowledge and complete a compare/contrast essay after researching the animal kingdoms. Correlating Robotics to the Human Nervous System 7 to 9 (0 stars, 1 ratings)The human nervous system is composed of three distinct types of neurons--sensory neurons, associative neurons and motor neurons. These specialized nerve cells correlate to the three categories of Cubelets--Sense, Think and Action. This lesson will provide students with anticipatory set when studying the nervous system. Creating Fairytales using Tool Factory Movie Maker software 9 to 12 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Students will create their own fairytale or a modern day interpretation of an existing fairy tale using Tool Factory Movie Maker software. Energy Agents in Action K to 5 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Students will learn through video how to conserve energy and protect their environment. Engineering Design of Thermal Home with Renewable Energy Source for specific Biomes of the world 6 to 8 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will work together in families to discover one of Earth’s biomes. As a family, the students will focus their research on the climate, typical flora and fauna, and typical weather cycles of their biome. The family will then use their knowledge of thermal energy combined with their research data on their biome to design, construct and present their home design and reasoning to the class in a creative manner. Students will then do further research into weather patterns, statistical data of precipitation, temperature, hours of sunshine, etc and viable renewable energy possibilities so that families can then add to their homes a unique means to use the natural resources in their biome as a renewal resources to generate energy for their home. Exploring Our World 2 to 2 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students read texts and complete activities that relate to different regions around the world. Students can use the Amazon Echo to answer questions and research different regions/continents and listen to audiobooks that connect to our world. Exploring the cellular basis of life using real life object for project 10 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)This lesson is intended to familiarize students with different categories of cells. Emphasis will be placed on the comparison and contrast of plant and animals cells and the structures within them. They will explore the real world of cells by exploring using the digital microscopy. This concept will integrate with technology based hands on with the students as they engage doing a cell project out of the real object. Fantastic Feathers P-K to P-K (0 stars, 1 ratings)Inquiry student pairs will use a combination of technology and hands-on techniques, to learn about the form and function of bird's feather. Finding Your NOOK (TM) in the Classroom 9 to 12 (0 stars, 2 ratings)The Barnes and Noble's NOOK will allow students in my classroom to access e-books, digital resources, educational apps, and more. The sky is the limit! Flat Stanley in the 21st Century 1 to 5 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students use the Jeff Brown story "Flat Stanley" as a bridge to learn about different geographic, cultural, and scientific features of communities around the state, country, and world. Letters and their "flat" person is emailed to friends and family, in order to learn about the world around them via email, websites and Skype conversations. and results are shared with the grade level. Flip into Technology! 6 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students use Flip cameras to gather information and integrate it into any classroom activity. FlipCam Field Trip - Habitat Exploration 7 to 12 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Students will take a field trip to a local county park or nature preserve that has several distinct habitat types. Each team of students will document as many distinct habitats as they can and ultimately present their video products to the rest of the class. Gangs and Clicks... Are They One In The Same? 7 to 9 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will work on a whiteboard or SMART Board and make a Venn diagram comparing/contrasting the two social groups. Google Classroom interactive lesson 6 to 6 (0 stars, 1 ratings)students use google classrooms to take assessment as well as read informational text and refocus their thinking. Holocaust background-Jewish Life Photo Project P-K to P-K (0 stars, 1 ratings)To understand Jewish Life Pre-WWII by examining photographs and biographies through the US Holocaust Memorial Museum website Invasive Species 9 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Invasive species can disrupt and use natural resources that are necessary for endemic species to survive. Students will conduct a field study of an invasive plant species to learn how their community and the endemic species have been affected. Kindergarten Animal Research Book Making Project P-K to P-K (0 stars, 1 ratings)This animal research project integrates writing, science, reading, and technology. Students are able to choose an animal to learn more about, document information using technology and print the project in color to share and keep. Literacy Through Photography K to 5 (0 stars, 1 ratings)This project based lesson integrates reading, writing, and social studies skills on an elementary level. Making Butter- From a Liquid to a Solid 1 to 3 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will make butter and design/engineer hands-free butter-shaking apparatus. Students will record and graph the length of time of the butter changing process (change of state of matter). Minor League Baseball Stadium 5 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will compare other small towns with minor league stadiums and budget, design, plan, fundraise, and build one for our town of Wentzville Objective Weathering and Erosion 7 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)This lesson is contains the learning of the erosion and weathering process. Students will study their own time-lapse photos to determine if their object of study has gone through the process of weathering. The student will have to determine which weathering process has occurred and illustrate what the future product would be. Online - On Stage - and ACTION! P-K to 5 (0 stars, 1 ratings)This year-long 4th grade project integrates information literacy skills with the arts, character education, and social studies. Our World With Maps! K to 1 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Our World With Maps! Computer Lessons Podcasting About Our World 1 to 5 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will combine learning about the world around them through our 21st Century lesson about Flat Stanley with technology to create podcasts about their flat adventures. PRESCOTT, PHOTOGRAPH AND MODERN ART 9 to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)STUDENTS WILL LEARN ABOUT THE STYLES OF MODERN ART, THE WORKINGS OF A DIGITAL CAMERA AND THE TECHNIQUES AND SKILLS OF OIL PAINTING. THEY WILL ACHIEVE THIS BY BY USING A DIGITAL CAMERA TO CAPTURE A LOCAL LANDSCAPE BRINGING IT INTO THE CLASSROOM AND PAINT IT IN OILS. Rainforest Unit 5 to 6 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Students will learn about the importance of the rain forest thru a mutli-disciplinary unit S.C.A.N.M.E. P-K to 12 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students Creating A New Method of Evaluation Show What You Know-Solving Subtraction Problems (K/1st Grade) P-K to 5 (0 stars, 1 ratings)The purpose of this lesson is to help students understand the concept behind the abstract symbols used in subtraction. Specifically, Kindergarteners are still learning number symbols and alphabets as well as the plus sign so distinguishing symbols and what they represent when presented with them are extremely important. All students need concept development to retain such skills. This lesson will teach students a new strategy for solving subtraction as well as provide a pictorial representation of subtraction. Language development of vocabulary like minus, take away, less and fewer is also important for all students in math progression as these terms will be used in word problems and comparing amounts throughout school and in the real world. First graders will have a combination of addition and subtraction with subtraction word problems. Students will discuss these concepts, learn and practice a new strategy and then use the strategy that works best for them in their independent and partner tasks. Upon completion of tasks some students will interview each other to discuss which strategy they used and why and how they used it. Others will create an avatar cartoon video or a song to share their strategy for solving subtraction problems. Sly Book Channel K to 5 (0 stars, 2 ratings)We will create excitement and promote reading through our Sly Book Channel. Sly is our Fox mascot. Students will write and then make a commercial for their favorite book using a Flip-cam or Webcam. We will show these commercials on the morning announcements and through a website set up by our Technology teacher. Statistics Newscast in Math Class 6 to 8 (0 stars, 2 ratings)This lesson incorporates video for students to create videos about the statistics data and sports information that have been analyzing. Technology for All Learners 4 to 4 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Lesson objectives: 1) I can identify the parts of a fraction. 2) I can compare fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator. Technology for All Learners 4 to 4 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Lesson objectives: 1) I can identify the parts of a fraction. 2) I can compare fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator. The Five Senses K to K (0 stars, 1 ratings)•.This unit will focus on the use of the five senses to develop a heightened awareness of the world. Skill development is centered on observing, describing and classifying objects. Students will use their senses to describe objects and identify common properties. Students will develop more refined methods of observation, ability to make more detailed descriptions and an increasing ability to differentiate among similar objects on the basis of one, and then multiple, characteristics. Describing objects will involve making measurements of various properties and comparing them to other reference points (e.g., a color chart). The Planet Mars 5 to 8 I created this lesson plan so that my fifth grade students would be able to compare and contrast the planets of Mars and Earth, and further build their knowledge of the solar system. Video Scavenger Hunt: Is It Alive? 1 to 1 (0 stars, 1 ratings)This is a 5-day lesson in which students learn the characteristics of living and nonliving things. Students will go outside to find living and nonliving things and film themselves describing their objects and explaining how they classified them. Virtual Math Portfolio 7 to 9 (0 stars, 1 ratings)Students will create a customized web page to post a series of unit-based math projects. They will keep a copy of the web page as a virtual portfolio of their exciting math year. Voice of Democracy 9 to 12 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Record your original 3 to 5 minute (+ or - 5 seconds) essay on a standard cassette tape or CD on the 2010-11 theme "Does My Generation Have a Role In America's Future" Label your cassette or CD and neatly typed essay with your name and completed entry form. Want to Drag?! (: 6 to 8 (0 stars, 1 ratings)This lesson plan will present 7th & 8th grade students with engaging, motivating, and fun hands-on engineering opportunity to create, design, fabricate, test, and competitively race scale model cars for aerodynamics and performance Water Conservation 6 to 6 (0 stars, 1 ratings)The students will collect data on water usage, graph the information, and compare/contrast the results. What is it... A Frog or a Toad? 1 to 3 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Frog and Toad Lesson Purpose: Comparing Frogs and Toads (Can be used for science lessons or for any “Frog and Toad” Series book.) Whose Slipper 1 to 5 (0 stars, 2 ratings)In this unit students will explore multiple versions of various fairy tales. This is one of five lessons in which students read an original fairy tale and compare story elements of another version of the same fairy tale. Written in Bones 6 to 8 (0 stars, 2 ratings)Students will read literary and informational texts about the stories of our past to understand how different texts offer unique historical perspectives and how authors sometimes alter details of history to serve a purpose. Students will express their understanding by corroborating details of the past, deciphering an author’s purpose, and writing their own fictionalized version of a historical account.