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In this argumentative writing lesson, students develop and justify a claim about the safety of driverless cars. The writing prompt, informational texts and text-dependent questions are modeled after a Research Simulation Task (RST) on the PARCC exam. The lesson begins with students gathering evidenc
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This is an original, 12 page, lesson on Binary System Conversions from binary to decimal and decimal to binary. The first part is composed of visual explanations and examples. This pack is extremely useful for your novice computer coders :). The second part of the lesson consists of practice. Each q
Test the knowledge, skills and problem solving skills of your students with this Little Bits Test.
Final Exam for Introduction to Mechatronics class 35 multiple choice questions Includes Answer Key
This is a fun way to have students complete a test review! They select the color codes for the Ozobot (not included...you must have your own ozobots) instead of A,B,C or D. It is a familiar multiple-choice format. Included is a "map" for students to fill in with their color codes, an answer key and
Students love taking tests...when they are set up in a fun manner! Check out this non-traditional assessment. It has ozobot color codes instead of A,B,C,D answer choices. Choose the correct answer and your robot will be making all the right moves! Included: A template for answers, an answer key, and
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Students often struggle with scientific writing. In this argumentative writing lesson, students will practice developing and justifying a claim while also learning about the effects of robots on our society. The writing prompt, informational texts and text-dependent questions are modeled after a Res
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Students often struggle with scientific writing. In this argumentative writing lesson, students will practice developing and justifying a claim while also learning about the effects of robots on our society. The writing prompt, informational texts and text-dependent questions are modeled after a Res
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In this argumentative writing lesson, students develop and justify a claim about the safety of driverless cars. The writing prompt, informational texts and text-dependent questions are modeled after a Research Simulation Task (RST) on the PARCC exam. The lesson begins with students gathering evidenc
Students often struggle with scientific writing. Engage your students in interesting STEM content while developing and justifying claims with these argumentative writing tasks. In this bundle, you will get:★ The Effects of Robots on Society★ 3D Printing★ Computer Science is Fundamental★ Self-Driving
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Students often struggle with scientific writing. Engage your students in interesting STEM content while developing and justifying claims with these argumentative writing tasks. In this bundle, you will get:★3D Printing★Self-Driving Cars★The Effects of Robots on Society★Computer Science is Fundamenta
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"Why do we need to learn this?" Answer this question and more with this argumentative writing lesson. Students develop and justify a claim about the importance of computer science education. The writing prompt, informational texts and text-dependent questions are modeled after a Research Simulation
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"Why do we need to learn this?" Answer this question and more with this argumentative writing lesson. Students develop and justify a claim about the importance of computer science education. The writing prompt, informational texts and text-dependent questions are modeled after a Research Simulation

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