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This presentation is designed for students who are having trouble adjusting to lecture courses or to taking their own notes in class. It contains instructions and examples of model notes for discussion.
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The IB PYP Exhibition! The big event that is truly a journey of discovery for the children as they work their way through this valuable process, culminating in a final Exhibition; presenting their work over the past few months as well as show casing their growth and knowledge over the course of thei
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These guided notes begin by showing how the Change of Base formula is derived from a specific example. This is followed by examples of exponential and logarithmic equations that can be solved using the change of base formula. Mixed with the examples are "You Do" problems for students to try on their
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This two-paged product was designed as a lesson during a unit on One Variable Statistics. In these guided notes, students will learn how to interpret a cumulative frequency graph. They will also learn how to determine statistical values, such as mean, median, and interquartile range, from the graph.
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These organized guided notes cover basic rules of functions and relations, including: for each element of the domain, there is only one element of the range, the vertical line test, function notations, types of relations (one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one, many-to-many). The bottom of the sheet i
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Use these guided notes to introduce students to derivatives for the first time! Students first graph the function f(x) = x2 and then attempt to find the rate of change at a given point. Students learn that they must find the slope or gradient of the tangent line at a point. Using the limit definitio
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Use these organized guided notes to help students identify key features of graphs, specifically Rational Functions. These guided notes cover finding the vertical and horizontal asymptotes as well as x-intercepts and y-intercepts of rational functions. All calculations are done before the functions a
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These organized guided notes introduce students to the following topics: intersection of sets, union of sets, mutually exclusive events, exhaustive events, and complementary events. The notes include both teacher examples and practice problems for students to try on their own. Full answer key includ
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A collection of work through a portfolio is one of the best ways for students to illustrate their learning and make their thinking visible. Inviting students to archive evidence of their learning and reflect on what each artefact says about themselves as a learner is a critical part of the learning
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If you're looking for an interactive lesson plan for the Spanish classroom that focuses on social justice in Latin America, look no further! This resource teaches students about the Oaxacan Teacher's Protests and helps students to practice common present tense phrases in the target language. After
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Beginning with an example of two sets of very different data that have the same mean, these guided notes then go into the need for other ways to analyze numerical data, thus using variance and standard deviation. Students are to follow examples calculate each of these by hand, and are given ample sp
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I love to use this worksheet as students work in pairs. Using their graphing calculators, students are to graph various functions. They start with a parent function, and then graph a couple of transformations of that function. Based on their graphs, they come to conclusions about how the numbers in
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Use these guided notes to help your students understand The Addition Law of Probability, when events are mutually exclusive, and how Conditional Probability works, and Independent Events. The notes include helpful Venn diagrams and applicable examples, and conclude with problems for students to try.
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These documents can be included or made into a research folder that students use to research and/or build a habitat. The first three pages help students begin working in collaborative groups. The last three pages guide students in reflecting on their learning and further planning.
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This is a Prezi that goes through a brief introduction to the History of the Spanish Language. It works wonderfully at the beginning of Spanish 1, for students to see a historical and geographical context to the language. A good option is to have students create a timeline of the language in their n
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This study guide can be used for both IB History SL and HL classes. It can be given out as a guide or an assignment for students to complete in preparation for exams. This guide includes the who, what, where, when, why, etc. of key terms surrounding the Arab Israeli Conflict. My notes on the Arab Is
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Aim: To provide teachers with resources that can be used to introduce, model, collaboratively build ideas and teach critical literacy Subject links: Reading, writing, spelling and any research topic Included in the resource: Overview of the different pages, Guide as to how images and visual litera
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Aim: To provide teachers with resources that can be used to introduce, model, and teach critical literacy through guided inquiry Subject links: Reading, writing, spelling and any research topic Included in the resource: Overview of the different pages, Guide as to how images and visual literacy ca
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Against my love shall be as I am now… The sense of time exacting its toll even of beauty makes the poet wonder how the recollection of the beauty rather than the actual subject may be eternally preserved. This is an interesting conceit that students can explore utilizing the workbook activities and
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So shall I live, supposing thou art true Besotted with his love, the poet can identify no deception in his lover’s face but there is a word of warning at the end where Eve’s apple suggests the fall from paradise. Shakespeare picked up on these ideas and students have a similar opportunity by listeni
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Alack! what poverty my Muse brings forth Again the Muse is attacked. Indeed, we find that the subject merely has to look into a mirror to be told the true value of his worth. The inspiration of the god and the poor poet’s pen are both insufficient. Discover more by delving through the activities in
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When in the chronicle of wasted time Time’s purpose is found in the present instant with the subject’s beauty giving purpose to life. All that has been before was a simple prophecy. But by so saying, Shakespeare once again tempts the ire of religious doctrine. Explore how Shakespeare was able to sai
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A worksheet to give to students to help guide them through the process of extracting a knowledge question from a real life situation in order for them to carry out the Presentation. Aimed at IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge students
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