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The Dark Day of New England  - A Mystery from History
The sky went dark the morning of May 19, 1780, in New England. The darkness traveled quickly from the West and did not go away until the following day. At the time and in years following the event, many theories have been offered to explain the darkness. After receiving an overview of t
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Mini Q \ DBQ Hurricanes Quiz and Answer Key
This 14 question quiz was created to accompany the Hurricane mini Q / DBQ documents. All questions are based on the Florida Standards/Commom Core and use question stems that have been released by FSA and Common Core. Each question is labeled with the Florida standard that it addresses. These can eas
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The Mystery of the Vanishing Indiana Bat
Challenge your students to uncover three reasons why the endangered Indiana Bat is becoming more rare in this engaging ecology document study! Ten pieces of evidence will lead your students to attribute the decline on habitat disturbance, white nose syndrome, and media-enforced bad reputations, and
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3rd Grade Science Document Based Questions
This is a 15 page powerpoint with Document Based Questions based on 3rd grade standards throughout the year. These DBQs are great for mini lessons and background knowledge activators. Quick ways to assess your students knowledge on the different units. Provides a wide variety of question types inclu
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Photosynthesis and Respiration: The Big Picture (Carbon Cycle)
Oftentimes, students miss the big picture when it comes to cellular respiration and photosynthesis. This EDITABLE introduction to the topic explains how the two are related and their impact on the environment. This assignment has students create a model of the connection between cell respirati
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Honors Earth Science articles with questions and answers
This is a collection of 12 articles intended for high-schoolers, that have accompanying questions and answers to have students review the articles closely. The articles come from scientific american, MIT, and other sources.The articles correlate to North Carolina state standards. Adding these articl
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5th Grade Weather Interdisciplinary Final Project
This is a final weather project that will give students the opportunity to demonstrate a deep understanding of weather concepts, analyzing multiple perspectives and excellence in persuasive writing. The project is interdisciplinary in that it meets fifth grade reading, writing, and science common c
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Environmental Impacts on the Human Population - 6 Case Studies HS.ESS3-1
This activity is included in my 1.3/1.4 Lesson Segment BundleThis series of case studies on examples of natural hazards, availability of resources, and climate changes that have impacted the human population. This is taught in my Living Earth class - a 3 Course Model incorporating ESS standards.HS
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Desert Colors
A poem to review desert land formations and the beautiful colors that surround them. Each stanza reviews various unique desert aspects. A worksheet comes that helps the children to think deeper into the poem.
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Age of the Earth Case Study [NGSS 3 Course Model] Living Earth HSESS1-6
This item will also be featured in my 2.4 Lesson BundleStandard Addressed:HS-ESS1-6. Apply scientific reasoning and evidence from ancient Earth materials, meteorites, and other planetary surfaces to construct an account of Earth’s formation and early history.This activity walks students through the
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Water Cycle DBQ
Promote critical thinking. Students view pictures and apply knowledge of the water cycle to answer.
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Banded Iron Formations Case Study - Evidence of Coevolution of Earth's Systems
Banded iron formations are iron-oxide deposits that occur in Earth's strata during periods of increasing levels of atmospheric oxygen. Using dating techniques, scientists can use this as evidence for when the first photosynthetic organisms emerged and how they impacted the atmosphere. This follow
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Sahara Silence Poem
A poem that reviews things found in the Sahara Desert. A worksheet is included that helps the students use imagery based upon the stanzas of the poem.
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Middle School Earth Science DBQ Document-Based Questions
DBQs (document-based questions) are currently the Holy Grail for educators. Enclosed are three DBQs to be used at three different times in the year, to assess progress. The topics mirror the traditional Earth Science curriculum (Geology, Meteorology, Astronomy). Each assessment includes 2-4 document
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APES FRQ Overview
I know you can find outlines of the FRQs online, but none of them were ever specific enough for what I wanted. These clearly outline the overarching topic as well as FRQs that include math calculation, graphs, or articles in addition to content specific ideas. I'm planning on making unit packets com
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Weathering worksheet NGSS MS-ESS2-2.
This worksheet provides visuals to aid students in identifying different types of weathering. It requires higher order thinking skills. Useful for all students especially those that require visuals.
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Global Issues / Climate Change Student-Generated Questions
My environmental science students asked these questions about current global issues. I had them answer these questions for homework, and cite a reliable source for each answer. Links to sources are provided! Great way to teach students how to find reliable sources, make citations, and to evaluate th
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Carrying Capacity/Social Behavior - Lesson Segment 1.3/1.4 NGSS 3 Course Model
This lesson segment addresses 3 standards: HS LS2-1, HS LS2-8, and HS ESS3-1 Following a 5E weekly lesson format, students first engage with the material through an analysis of keystone species. Students then complete a virtual lab on carrying capacity following an experiment with paramecium. Stu
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Origin of Life Research Paper Instructions, Rubric, and Peer Edit Sheet
Origin of Life Research Paper Instructions, Rubric, and Peer Edit SheetA scaffolded journey for students to learn about the origin of life on earth. I used this in my geology class, but it would work for many other science courses as well! It is a fantastic activity to teach students how to write a
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What Happened to the Bees?
This is a unit plan for a high school Environmental Science (AP, Honors, or CP) course that examines causes, effects, and mitigations for the decline in honeybee populations.
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Claim Evidence Reasoning ESS1.C History of Earth Permian Triassic Extinction
Students learn that greenhouse gases from volcanic activity during the Permian/Triassic Periods caused ocean temperatures to rise and oxygen levels to fall causing the biggest mass extinction in Earth’s history through a C.E.R. (Claim Evidence Reasoning) graphic organizer. This is great for getting
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National Parks: Readings & Evidence Based Graphic Organizers!
This packet is comprised of short paragraphs that detail the biggest human threat our National Parks are facing. This is a great way to teach upper elementary to lower middle school students about Human Environment Interaction in the Social Studies curriculum while actively utilizing secondary read
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Three Gorges Dam Document Based Inquiry Lesson
Students look at a variety of graphs, articles, and pictures in order to analyze the impact of China's Three Gorges Dam. The lesson examines environmental, social, and historical implications of the dam construction.
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NGSS 5-ESS1-1 Aligned Sun Item Set Assessment
Aligned to NGSS 5-ESS1-12 sources/Visuals2 Questions per source/visual1 Writing Prompt
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