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Close Reading: Genetic Testing
Students will be actively engaged reading about the controversial topic of genetic testing. Paired with a science unit about genetics, this activity will work to bring literacy into your science classroom. It could also be used independently in your language arts classroom. Students will be taske
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Murder Mock Trial (People v. Lovells)
Mel Gapinski has been murdered! Your students can bring justice for this crime by playing as lawyers and witnesses in this mock trial. The packet includes 6 witness statements, the charging document and stipulations, 4 exhibits including an autopsy report/results of DNA testing, and a simplified rul
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Psychology Today Critical Thinking ~ Happiness Common Core Info. Text Analysis
This is a polished, newly updated 2013 PDF of a 5-page article originally published in the March 2006 edition of Psychology Today, followed by original, critical-thinking and text-based informational reading questions for students: you may use the questions to stimulate dialogue and further problem-
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Literacy Strategies for Biology: Cells and Organelles
Constructed Response Questions & Rubrics, with Graphic Organizers and Word Wall Are you feeling overwhelmed by new Literacy Initiatives? I’m sure we all agree that incorporating more writing and reading in the Biology classroom is a worthy goal. However, it takes a lot of time
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High School Life Science Biology- FULL YEAR Bundle!!!
These lessons are compatible with ALL of the High School Next Generation Science Standards* These lessons include a design challenge. It is compatible with HS-ETS1-1,3 These lessons include a lab report and a research report on climate change. It is therefore also compatible with the following
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Civil War Simulation Activity + 1 Year Online Access!
-You will Need to email Mr. Harms to activate your 1 year online subscription (Email included in materials) Civil War Simulation Activity for middle and high school students. This interactive Civil War Lesson plan is easy to set up and customize. This simulation lesson plan starts with the election
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Essay Thesis Writing Lesson Plan Middle High School Friends
Let's face it: Students today love their friends and dedicate much of their lives with their friends. I taught ninth grade last year and tried to come up with a good way to teach students how essay writing can be cool and not something snooze worthy. I am also a huge "Friends" fan, so I chose a cli
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Age of Absolutism
Lesson on absolutism. lesson covers definition, causes, motives of absolute monarchs, and a student analysis of primary source (Divine right by Jacques-Benigne Bossuet) Lesson comes with S.S. and ELA common core standards, Students objectives, Depth of knowledge, mid lesson assessment, differentiati
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Boston Massacre RST
Have your students use documents including a video clip and eyewitness accounts to the Boston Massacre in order to come up with a well-written Research Simulation Task. Students will read accounts from Captain Preston and a Boston citizen from the trial to determine who is at fault for the events t
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Japanese American Internment WW II
Should a Japanese American sign a loyalty oath to gain release from a World War II internment camp? Through a role play, students grapple with this personal dilemma.
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High School Life Science Biology- Ecology
This lesson is compatible with the High School Next Generation Science Standards* HS-LS2-3, HS-LS2-4, HS-LS2-5, HS-LS2-1, HS-LS2-2, HS-LS2-6, HS-LS2-7, and HS-LS4-6. The standards ask that the students, “[c]onstruct and revise an explanation based on evidence for the cycling of matter and flow of e
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High School Life Science Biology- Ecology and Evolution Bundle!!!
These lessons are compatible with the High School Next Generation Science Standards* HS-LS2-3, HS-LS2-4, HS-LS2-5, HS-LS2-1, HS-LS2-2, HS-LS2-6, HS-LS2-7, and HS-LS4-6. The standards ask that the students, “[c]onstruct and revise an explanation based on evidence for the cycling of matter and flow o
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World War 1 Simulation Activity+ 1 Year Online Subscription Included
-You will Need to email Mr. Harms to activate your 1 year online subscription (Email included in materials) World War 1 Simulation Activity for middle and high school students. This easy to set up, interactive lesson plan actively involves students in the events of the First World War. 
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The Enlightenment & Declaration of Independence - Document-Based Question
DBQs are an excellent way to hit most of the Common Core standards in your class. If there is one activity that encapsulates the requirements of the Common Core - the DBQ is it! Prompt: Analyze the impact that the Enlightenment thinkers had on the development and ideas expressed in the Declaration
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Economic Systems
The lesson outlines the four economic systems, command, market, mixed, and traditional. The lesson defines what an economic system is and has an activity that teaches the vocabulary, produce, distribute, use, goods, and services. the lesson also defines laissez faire and allows students to write a p
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9th and 10th grade Writing in Social Studies Common Core Standards Posters
Common Core Standards Posters! {8x10 neon chevron posters} Writing in the Social Studies in 9th and 10th grade Print them out! Laminate! Hang in your classroom! These posters outline the key ideas and details of the common core standards for writing in the social studies. Standards in this Strand
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Claim, Argument, and Evidence Poster
A poster which offers a visual and narrative description of the difference between claim, argument, and evidence, and the way that those elements interact in an analytic paragraph or narrative.
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Body Paragraph Explanation and Graphic Organizer
A handout which offers a specific explanation of the purpose of each sentence in a clear, coherent, and effective body paragraph. Examples of properly cited textual evidence and basic lead-ins are included. A basic example paragraph included on the second page, along with a blank graphic organiz
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Conclusion Paragraph Explanation and Graphic Organizer
A handout which offers a specific explanation of the purpose of each sentence in a clear, coherent, and effective conclusion paragraph. These explanation narrative are accompanied by a graphic organizer which details the same information in a physical space. A basic example paragraph included on
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Formal Writing Rubric
A rubric designed to score formal essays quickly and effectively. Specific and clear descriptions are included for each area of assessment at every level of mastery, and allow students to reflect on their skills. The language on this rubric aligns with the language in my other writing materials. T
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Essential Elements of a Formal Essay-Peer Edit Checklist
A checklist which allows students to participate in the peer-revision process with specific descriptions and guidance. The utilization of this checklist during peer review will allow for students to gain a greater understanding of the writing process through critical review of their writing and the
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The Struggle for Girl Empowerment in China
Students will be able to - explain the history of the women’s rights struggle in China and identify key figures in Chinese feminist history, - evaluate what are the current issues facing girls and women in China today, - work collaboratively to debate the Family Planning Policy, - analyze art fr
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McCarthyism:  Exploring Ethical and Unethical Politics
What kind of politic is "dirty"? Who distinguishes between political right and wrong? this activity requires students to draw an ethical line in a case study of political ethics.
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President Roosevelt and the Great Depression
In this activity students read letters written to President Roosevelt and his administration. The letters reflect the concern and needs of average Americans during the Great Depression. After reading the letters, students consider what actions, if any, the federal government might take on behalf o
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The Marshall Plan
Why would a victor give massive aid to its defeated enemies as well as to its allies? Students learn in this activity that the Marshall Plan posed questions similar to those asked today about the purpose and value of foreign aid.
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Progressivism Project
Through this project students become modern day progressive reformers. Students conduct extensive research on social problems that our country faces today and develop a well-planned solution. The project has a chart that outlines the steps to take to successfully complete this project. This is an
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Expository essay writing - content area middle school writing lesson
Head off badly-organized, meandering essays at the beginning of the year. This one day lesson clarifies the expectations for a well-organized essay, including the perpetually difficult introductory and concluding paragraphs. If you have ever had to review with your middle or high school students wha
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American Government / Civics Constitutional Issues Research Paper Project
Culminate your American Government / Civics students’ skill building and critical thinking in a highly scaffolded research paper project that gives them a choice of 3 different Constitutional issues: - Electoral College - 14th Amendment’s birthright citizenship - Natural born citizenshi
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Conserving Biodiversity Newspaper Assignment
In this assignment, high school Biology students explore conservation biology. They have learned that there are many threats to biodiversity and that humans especially, play a big role in the loss of biodiversity. Your students, the scientists, are working towards preserving biodiversity. They have
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San Andreas Fault Project Peer Evaluation
Students will use these evaluation forms to peer review their classmate's presentations. When the students are finished peer reviewing, they are able to revise their presentations before presenting to the entire class to be evaluated by the teacher. This is part of the San Andreas Fault CER Project
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San Andreas Fault CER Case Study
Students will use their knowledge of genetic drift, decide what will happen to the species that live in the Los Angeles area if an large magnitude earthquake strikes on the San Andreas Fault. They will conduct research and then create a PowerPoint presentation that follows the CER (Claim, Evidence,
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One Good Paragraph - Spanish American War
Product includes a writing assignment based on the Spanish American War. We call these "OGPs" or "One Good Paragraphs". The assignment helps you assess the students' understanding of the causes of the Spanish American War and also provides main idea practice writing. Students pick the three main cau
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US Imperialism OGP - Why did the US annex Hawaii?
Students write a OGP or One Good Paragraph arguing why the US annexed Hawaii during the age of Imperialism. Students practice developing a claim, supporting it with evidence (provided by the listed facts) and providing analysis of each fact. This is a great activity to assess students' understanding
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