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  1.   Lawton, Oklahoma Clean Air Program
...afternoons when the students are arriving or leaving the school building. Challenge the students to create a "School Transportation Plan" that gets students to school on time, reduces congestion, and improves air quality. Have the students present their plan to the school principal. 3. Discuss how Oklahoma no longer requires Vehicle Inspection Stickers. How does this decision affect air quality? What can be done to change this situation? Sources "Teacher Resource Manual" Georgia Clean Air Campaign. "Traffic Jams" Georgia Clean Air Campaign. Traffic Simulator Key Bean Mode of Transportation Number of People Pol...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Oklahoma City Remembers
Oklahoma City remembers Curriculum connections: Social studies, psychology Students can discover the facts about the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing to better understand the present situation. After students have read the CNNfyi.com article, "Oklahoma City remembers a tragedy," ask the following questions: 1. What happene...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  3.   Say It With Dance from Rodgers & Hammerstein'S Oklahoma
"Oklahoma!", which tells the story of people living in the Oklahoma Territory before it became a state, was a musical that was innovative in its approach to using song and dance numbers. Rather than simply inserting them in the story to provide the audience with some form of entertainment, Rodgers and Hammerstein, alo...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Century 19 - Real Estate Deals The American Way: Oklahoma Indians, Land Rights And The Constitution
CENTURY 19 - REAL ESTATE DEALS THE AMERICAN WAY: OKLAHOMA INDIANS, LAND RIGHTS AND THE CONSTITUTION Ms. Ann Crocker Norman West Mid High Norman, Oklahoma ABSTRACT: In this lesson students learn that Indians in Oklahoma have had more than one legal battle before the United States Supreme Court. This activity includes cooperative learning, the use of reading primary...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  5.   Welcome to Oklahoma!
Norman Public Schools Technology Scope and Sequence Scope and ISC home NPS home Sequence Lessons 4th Grade: Welcome to Oklahoma! by Christy Osborne, Pam Seapy, and Karen Wagner Oklahoma PASS Objectives Teacher will have students research areas of interest and gather relevant information dealing with Oklahoma. You may 4th Grade Social Studies wish to do the first step of this unit in conjunction with the library media specialist. I. P...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   OK in Oklahoma? All-Black Communities
bg_tile.gif) Browse Migrations _ Geography _ Timeline _ Source _ Education Search By Materials Materials OK in Oklahoma? All-Black Communities Lesson Plan Overview In the segment "Migration to Oklahoma," The Western Migration narrative examines African-American migration to Oklahoma and settlement in thirty-two all-black towns. The lesson OK in Oklahoma? is designed for use in conjunction with reading the narrative or as a fo...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Oklahoma's Roots and Leafy Greens
...4; 5.1,2 Math Content-1.2; 2.2a Science Process-4.1,2; 2.1; 3.1,3; 4.1 Life Science-3.1 Social Studies-2.2 Visual Arts-3.1,2 Music-3.3 Grade 5 Reading-4.1b; 5.1a Writing-2.1; 3.6 Math Process-1.1,2; 2.3; 3.3; 4.4; 5.1,2 Math Content-1.2; 2.1cd Science Proces-1.2; 2.1; 3.1,3; 4.1 Life Science-2.1,2 Oklahoma's Roots- and Leafy Greens Some of our most nutritious foods come from the roots and leafy tops of certain plants. Carrots are a rich source of betacarotene. Beet roots give us folic acid. Their leaves give us potassium and an important antioxidant. Spinach, along with greens like Swiss chard, mustard greens,...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  8.   Agriculture: Oklahoma's Legacy
reading: Fluency, research / Writing / Oral Language / Math: data Analysis / Socia Studies: Process Skills, Oklahoma History, American History, Community, Migrations, environment / Visual Arts expression Agriculture: Oklahoma's Legacy Background By the time Oklahoma and Indian Territories wed in 1907 to become the Great State of Oklahoma, there were over 62,000 farms, producing 8.6 million bushels of wheat, 113 million bu...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K-2

  9.   Agriculture: Oklahoma's Legacy
reading: Vocabulary, Comprehension (Cause and effect), research / Writing / Math: data Analysis / Social Studies: Process Skills Agriculture: Oklahoma's Legacy Background By the time Oklahoma and Indian Territories wed in 1907 to become the Great State of Oklahoma, there were over 62,000 farms, producing 8.6 million bushels of wheat, 113 million bushels of corn, 8 million chickens, 347,000 turkeys, 2 million bushels of potatoes, 90,000 bushels of flaxseed,...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  10.   Agriculture: Oklahoma's Legacy
Social Studies: Communities, Migrations, Process Skills, Geography, Oklahoma & American History / reading: Comprehension, research/ Writing / Oral Language / Visual Literacy / Math: data Analysis Agriculture: Oklahoma's Legacy Background By the time Oklahoma and Indian Territories wed in 1907 to become the Great State of Oklahoma, there were over 62,000 farms, producing 8.6 million...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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