Kati Searcy

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In this lesson, students will learn the positives and negatives about Valley Forge during the American Revolution. The students will follow a systematic plan for making a decision about whether they would stay at Valley Forge or if they would
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In this lesson students will compare and contrast bacteria and virus. Product include: Article on Bacteria Article on Viruses Compare/contrast chart Rubric to score the compare/contrast lesson Extension activity: direct analogy Procedure: Students
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Digital Citizenship is defined as "the proper and correct actions that should be taken by those using digital technology." With the implementation of Common Core Standards, teachers are required to use digital technology as a component of their
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This 25-slide PowerPoint presentation explains the basics of fair use and copyright laws with specific scenarios related to legal use of video, music and images. Included are links to more information about the topic. Great for faculty training.
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In 1814, the British set fire to the White House. The tale of Dolley Madison rescuing the Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington is well-known because she wrote an account of it herself. Paul Jennings, a slave at Madison’s Montpelier
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A creative problem-solving unit that simulates real life. Students are faced with real-world decisions related to money management, budgeting, jobs, taxes and bills. Students are randomly assigned families and jobs. They then are presented with
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Essential Question: How do you explain George Washington’s belief in equality and freedom considering the fact that he owned slaves? Objective: Students will analyze historical evidence through primary sources to understand George Washington in
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In this activity, each student is given a sealed box of candy hearts. Using the graphic organizer, they are to make a hypothesis as to how many of each color of hearts is in the box. After they have made the hypothesis, they begin the procedure of
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Are you looking for new ways for students to demonstrate their learning? Do you wish to integrate technology into your classroom with free tools? Would you appreciate fresh strategies to get your students excited about assessments? If you
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In this lesson, students will read a "Dear John" in which Mary lists the reasons that she needs to break up with John. Using a graphic organizer, the students will analyze the various parts of the letter. Students will then look at the preamble to
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This is a FAQ document for you to use as you begin a Bring Your Own Technology (a.k.a. Bring Your Own Device) program at your school. In addition to the FAQ, there is a contract for both student and parent to sign. This was written for grades 3-5,
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In this lesson, students will learn about the role of animals in space exploration (both U.S and Russian). After learning about the history of animals in space, students will use lateral thinking to respond to the topic using DeBono's Six Hats
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This is a 5-center activity where students investigate United States money. Faces of Money Where are the bills over $100? Personification story of student's life as a $5 bill. Women and Money Symbolism on the front and back of the $1 bill. There
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Great activity to include with a study of ancient civilizations. Students place "Frank" in Natron (baking soda and salt) and within weeks Frank is "mummified." Step by step directions with photos. Student worksheet to record observations.
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In this lesson, students will review information about six European explorers. They will then use a decision-making matrix with student-generated criteria to determine which three of the explorers they would invite to a dinner party and why. As an
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You can learn about the lesson here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uxDjspIv4G5Qz5DnGLseBOYE4w0310-h/view 1. Mystery Item (Louisiana purchase document) 2. Jefferson calls on Lewis to lead the expedition. 3. What would you take? 4. Who
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