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An interactive SmartBoard game that uses BEDMAS to practice basic math skills. Five cards are randomly selected, as is a random number. Students use those five cards (number values) to build an expression with an answer matching the random number. Points are scored for the number of cards used. All instructions are included in the file. Look for full units from Mr Collinson in the future.
The package contains editable files for four lessons. The first lesson is a review of the scientific method. I use a Mythbusters video (not included because of copyright) to guide students through the features of the scientific method. Then, in the second lesson, I introduce the assignment to the students - they will become the teacher and create a worksheet for an experiment of their choosing (real or fictional). They use their knowledge of the scientific method to plan out their worksheet.
This is everything you need to guide your students through the build of a functional hydraulic arm, all you need to supply is the materials (wood, syringes, etc.).This complete build unit is set up such that it pretty much runs itself. Once you have gathered and distributed supplies and tools, students can then follow the instructions in the documents you will receive, to build their fully functional hydraulic arm (3 points of movements, including rotation).This fits in with the Ontario Science
Grades:
7th - 10th
This is one of many question based worksheets for Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
I have taken the letter sent to Mr. Bennet from Mr. Collins in chapter 13 of Pride and Prejudice and printed the text here. There are difficult words highlighted that I ask my students to define in partners. I then I ask students to "translate" Mr. Collins's lengthy letter into a quick version of what he is actually communicating. This begins a great discussion that we continue throughout the book about how communication has changed in the past 100+ years.
A 4-page worksheet that provides a detailed introduction to collision theory and how it relates to qualitative reaction kinetics. This product is designed to be used as an introduction to the concept for middle to lower-high school students; more advanced students may need a product with greater detail about reaction kinetics.I typically use this as a summary reading exercise that acts as a supporting document to my PPT presentation on types of chemical reactions and collision theory. After sh
A detailed 2-page quiz worth 27 points that assesses student understanding of the rates of reaction and collision theory. More specifically, this quiz does this by asking students to perform 5 tasks:Describe the basic features of collision theoryIdentify the factors that can affect the rate of a chemical reactionExplaining experimental observations (in a short narrative) using collision theory conceptsCreate a graph to display data from a rate of reaction experiment Summarizing the results of t
A student centered packet of various activities that complements the historical fiction novel "We Were Heroes: The Journal of Scott Pendleton Collins." The activities in the packet correspond with the book and help to enhance and augment what is contained in the book. The activities include work with vocabulary, primary sources, geography, and many other common core centered work. It is a great supplement to use in the social studies classroom but can also be used in English Language Arts.
This eleven-page packet analyzes Mr. Putter and Tabby See the Stars. Printables Included: Vocabulary Words Vocabulary Concept Posters Story Map Sequencing Lesson Writing Activity with Prompt and Guide Questions Study Guide Reading Test Thanks bunches, and enjoy! :)
The students will be told that an asteroid is about to hit their school. The teacher will explain that luckily there is an old bunker under the school that has the same dimensions as the classroom that the students are in. The students will be split into groups and have to find out how many people could be accommodated in this room.This activity is open-ended and will stir critical thinking, since every group will come up with a different answer. The activity was originally designed for the Meas
Grades:
4th - 6th
Designed for middle school, this lesson plan is a 3 page file that presents a Common Core aligned and Collins Writing designed lesson. Aligned to Common Core writing standards for 7th grade, it is easily adaptable to the 6th and 8th grades. The student is asked to write from Mr. Dussel's perspective. Class discussion and guided peer revision strategies are used throughout the lesson. The lesson works equally well with book, play, movie or a combination of forms. File includes a graphic organizer
Free Resource: Worksheet - PhET Simulation: Collision Lab - Data TakingThis is a short worksheet for the "Collision Lab - Intro" simulation on the phET simulation website. No answers provided to the worksheet. This is intended to be a quick distance learning lab that the students can use to verify that momentum before a collision is equal to the momentum after a collision!Simulation Link: https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/collision-lab/latest/collision-lab_all.htmlLab Help Video: A video walk
Grades:
8th - 12th
This product features the biography PowerPoint about current U.S. Senator from Maine - Susan Collins.Biography information included:- Birthdate and Birth City- Education (High School and College)- Career and Political Experience- Elected offices- Accomplishments- Marriage and Children
Grades:
6th - 12th, Adult Education
This Summary Activity is for "A Marriage Proposal" by Mr. Collins from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It includes a focus on writing 1-Sentence Summaries for 6 chunks within the passage and encourages students to use evidence to support their summaries!Check out the PDF & DIGITAL version here: Pride and Prejudice 1 Sentence Summary LessonThis pack includes the following:1-SENTENCE SUMMARIES ACTIVITY WITH 6 CHUNKS FOR THIS PASSAGE (TEXT PASSAGE INCLUDED)DETAILED LESSON PLANANSWER KEY ***C
This Digital Summary Activity is for "A Marriage Proposal" by Mr. Collins from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It includes a focus on writing 1-Sentence Summaries for 6 chunks within the passage and encourages students to use evidence to support their summaries!HOW TO USE:***Just PRINT and TEACH with PDF or ASSIGN and TEACH with INTERACTIVE slides for use in Google Classroom™ and MS Teams™; just download the slides as a PowerPoint and upload for student use! (This activity includes the PDF an
Are your students having a difficult time solving problems determining whether a collision is inelastic or elastic? Use this download to help your students practice solving inelastic and elastic collision problems with these engaging worksheets! This resource is great for AP Physics 1 and High School Physics students to practice the fundamentals of Physics and explore Newtonian Mechanics!By completing this assignment, your students will be able toExplain the difference between an inelastic and
Grades:
9th - 12th
This Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice QUIZ PACK focused on "A Marriage Proposal" by Mr. Collins uses the Common Core standards and contains Test Prep QUESTIONS and ANSWERS modeled after various state standardized exams and assessments!One of the things I struggle with the most is preparing my students for all kinds of reading tests they will encounter. With these Quiz and Reading Questions Activities, you can practice with your students, so they will feel more confident analyzing higher-level t
This Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice QUIZ PACK focused on "A Marriage Proposal" by Mr. Collins uses the Common Core standards and contains Test Prep QUESTIONS and ANSWERS modeled after various state standardized exams and assessments! Make reading test prep EASY in your physical and/or distance learning classroom!One of the things I struggle with the most is preparing my students for all kinds of reading tests they will encounter. With these Quiz and Reading Questions Activities, you can pract
These materials are best used when accompanying a class reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. These materials cover chapters 19-27 of The Hunger Games and require students to look past the text and answer questions the cover character analysis, themes as well as point of views of the characters.
This Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice Analysis Activity helps high school students examine "A Marriage Proposal" by Mr. Collins from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It includes a focus on analyzing how Mr. Collins explains his reasons for proposing marriage to Elizabeth Bennet by asking students to put Mr. Collins' sentences into their own words and then commenting on what they think.Just PRINT & TEACH!This product includes the following:HOW TO PROPOSE MARRIAGE GRAPHIC ORGANIZERDETAILED LE
This Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice Analysis Activity helps high school students examine "A Marriage Proposal" by Mr. Collins from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It includes a focus on analyzing how Mr. Collins explains his reasons for proposing marriage to Elizabeth Bennet by asking students to put Mr. Collins' sentences into their own words and then commenting on what they think. Assign and teach in your physical and/or distance learning classroom!This product includes the following:HOW T
a slide show focusing on kinetic energy and how it is transferred. 6 total words. Energy, contact, collision, force, energy transfer, and motion.
This Pride and Prejudice Analysis Graphic Organizer (SPAUTS) and Lesson Pack includes the passage "A Marriage Proposal" by Mr. Collins from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, the SPAUTS Graphic Organizer (Speaker, Purpose, Audience, Universal Idea, Tone, Strategies), and a Teacher Worksheet/Key. It encourages students to use textual evidence to support their analysis of the most important elements of the sermon.Just PRINT & TEACH!This product includes the following:A copy of the passage "A M
This Pride and Prejudice Analysis Graphic Organizer (SPAUTS) and Lesson Pack includes the passage "A Marriage Proposal" by Mr. Collins from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, the SPAUTS Graphic Organizer (Speaker, Purpose, Audience, Universal Idea, Tone, Strategies), and a Teacher Worksheet/Key. It encourages students to use textual evidence to support their analysis of the most important elements of the sermon.HOW TO USE:***Just PRINT and TEACH with PDF or ASSIGN and TEACH with INTERACTIVE slid

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