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STEM Paperclip Boat: A Science and Engineering Challenge
STEM Paperclip Boat: A Science and Engineering Challenge. This science and engineering challenge will challenge students about water tension. Students will conduct science experiments to introduce themselves to the concept of water tension and how heavy objects can be made to look like they are floa

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Energy, Work, and Simple Machines
Informational text on energy, work, and simple machines. Created for interactive notebook.
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Energy in Physics Guided Reading and Questions
Students read the included selection on energy in physics and then answer critical thinking questions.
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Trinity: A Reader's Guide
If you are looking for a way to bring reading into the content areas (or science and social studies into reading), Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb by Jonathan Fetter-Vorm is an excellent way to go. This book provides a scientific, historic and critical perspective of the building
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Christmas Chemistry Color by Number - by Valence Electrons
Solve each chemical element for the number of valence electrons indicated by its atomic mass and use that answer to determine the color of each section. For example hydrogen has 1 valence electron so wherever you see "H" use the number color 1 which is yellow.
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Chemical Bonds Guided Reading and Questions Literature Circle
Students read a short reading on ionic, covalent, and hydrogen bonds and then answer questions based on their reading. Literature skills and vocabulary.
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E=mc2 by David Bodanis Student Reading Guide
Introducing literacy into the content areas is a best practice in today's high school science classroom. This reading guide is designed to be used by students reading E=mc2, A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation by David Bodanis. There are over 150 questions written by me, a high school p
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Martian Book Assessment
A 10 question short answer assessment about many of the scientific principles of the Martian. I wrote this because I couldn't find anything that I thought hit on the astronomical/physics/geology aspects of book, that I was wanting the students to focus on. I gave it to my students as a take home t
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Deep Thinking for AP Students by Moving Toward a Cross-Disciplinary Approach
Physics in the ELA classroom or Why Newton Matters to the English Teacher How do we foster deeper thinking? We can’t simply run skill based activities and expect to have kids make genuine progress in deeper thinking. Grokking, as Robert Heinlein calls it in Stranger in a Strange Land, involves thi
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