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  11.   Simple Machines
...rward. Brainstorm with the students examples of gears: clock, automobile, drill, motorcycle, and bicycle. Brainstorm with the students examples of wheels and axle: pencil sharpener, rolling pin, windmill, roller blades, and dishwasher rack rollers, bike wheel, car wheel, wagon wheel, door knob, and skateboard. 15 Additional Lever Station - Car Jack Q: What simple machines are combined in a car jack? A: Lever and gears. You saw the demonstration with the car jack in the the jack out. introduction. Now all of you will have the opportunity to try Important: To insure adequate safety, you will ! need four voluntee...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  12.   Big Apple History . Lesson Plans . Plan a Park | PBS KIDS GO!
...are permitted in parks and public spaces? Whom do _ various parks and public spaces serve? (For example, if a park does not have playgrounds, this discourages young children.) How can the interests of different people be accomodated in a single public space or park? (E.g., radios versus silence or skateboarders versus walkers.) Steps Once the students have discussed parks and public spaces and considered the uses they can be put to, it's time to begin planning a park or public space. 1. First, students should offer their suggestions. Then, since a park is inherently a public place, you might ask them to go out into t...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  13.   The human barometer
...rning aims Learn the risks and consequences of behaviour. Evaluate the relative risks of activities. Icebreaker Read the story: 9-year-old girl dies on railway line Main activity Engage the class in the 'Human Barometer': Collect a range of names of dangerous activities from the class. For example: skateboarding, waterskiing, bungee jumping, climbing, playing near railway lines etc. Include examples of drug use such as smoking, taking heroin and drinking alcohol to the list if they are not mentioned by the class. Label one side of the classroom 'Very risky' and the other 'Very safe'. Display each dangerous activity. A...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  14.   What's planning permission?
...there are no technical reasons why it can't go ahead. 2. Local people will be very unhappy. There are not many parks in the area and the scrap yard could make the whole place look like a dump. 3. The scrap yard will provide 3 jobs for local people. The decision is up to the students Application two Skateboarder May Dupname wants to build a practice ramp in her garden. She lives in a quiet part of anytown, but her garden is big and has a fence around it. Advice 1. The planning officers say there are no technical reasons why it can't go ahead. 2. May Dupname is a world class skateboarder and says she needs the ramp to p...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  15.   Getting a story
...the internet, can print off the quiz by clicking on the link below. Answers: 1b , 2a , 3b , 4c , 5b , 6c , 7a , 8a , 9c, 10b For feedback on the quiz answers, click on the link in the blue box. Extension activity NIBs Students write two short articles (also known as NIBs or News in Brief) about the skateboard park or the news event they looked at earlier in the paper. One should be for an adult audience and one should be for an audience of children. Plenary Ask students: When you are writing for an audience of children, what should you consider? They might like to think about the answer in terms of: words pictures len...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  16.   Poetry: anti-bullying
...8b, 9a Main activity Tell students that they are going to write an anti-bullying poem in less than 200 words. Look at the scenarios in the quiz questions. Pick one of them you think would make a good subject for a poem. Now imagine you are an object, rather than a person, in that situation. E.g. a skateboard being stolen, a piece of the school playground that someone falls onto, a tile on the wall of the school toilet. Brainstorm the things that you would see. Now brainstorm what you would hear, touch, smell and feel. Take individual words or phrases from your list and try to relate them to something you have experie...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  17.   Eurovision
...? Who should be consulted over the final choice of song? Main activity In small groups plan an evening of entertainment. The audience will be drawn from across the continent of Europe. Offer a full programme, include the following: Warm up act. What could everyone enjoy? Maybe dance or a display of skateboarding. Some things work OK in any culture. Pop performances. Using five acts, try to include something for everyone. This shouldn't be too hard, there are loads of acts who are successful across Europe. Food. What could you feed them? Everyone must have the same meal but there are four courses so you can offer varie...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  18.   Transportation
...n through many sessions. The idea is to introduce and discuss different modes of transportation and in the end, create one or more transportation art-i-facts. Vocabulary: water, air, land, boats, cars, automobiles, ships, sailing, walking, movement, bicycle, sled, canoe, airplane, truck, schoolbus, skateboard, skates, airport, vehicles, driver, pilot, captain, traffic light, horn, windshield wipers, safety belts, steering wheel, trains, fuel, gas, tires, dump truck, pick-up truck, station-wagon, sports car, garage, tractors Discussion/Field Trips: Discuss different modes of transportation on land, sea and in the air....
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    Grade Level: K-2

  19.   Get The Picture
...der #2; Pictures from Data. Use the MEMORY feature of your VCR and set the memory at the section of Science Links where you see the gray scale picture of a grid. You will later use the memory function to cue to this section. REWIND the video to the Science Links Logo. PLAY: You will see two kids on skateboards. The hostess says "Let's make a video." PAUSE after the hostess says "These minute video puzzle pieces are electronic impulses called picture elements or pixels." Students should have hands raised and respond with 'pixel' means "picture element." FOCUS: Ask students to brainstorm examples of where they find imag...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  20.   Spending = Q x P Module
...d rate loans. A recently married couple buys their first house with an adjustable rate mortgage. A high school freshman plans to save $3,000 over the next four years in a passbook savings account to pay for a trip to Europe when she graduates. Spendsville, USA sells municipal bonds to finance a new skateboard amusement park. A retired consultant living on a fixed pension. ABC Manufacturing borrows one million dollars, on a 20 year loan, to finance a new plant. A British Corporation negotiates a contract to purchase U.S. computer equipment at current U.S. prices over a 5-year period. The inflation rate remains relative...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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