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  1.   Nemo's Fast Swim
Nemo's Fast Swim Growing Independence Fluency Rationale: In order for children to become fluent readers, they must learn how to read faster, smoother, and more expressively. Fluent readers have to be able to read accurate and automatic. This lesson will teach students how to read quickly, smoothly, and expressively. The stud...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   Swimming Survivor Challenge II
...tivity: The purpose of this activity is for students to practice safe use of a spinal board for a potential spinal injury in the water. Students will use head-chin support and head-splint techniques for in-line stabilization with a partner Prerequisites: Students should be able to demonstrate basic swimming stroke mechanics and skills. This second Survival Challenge provides students an opportunity to apply basic swimming techniques in a spinal injury situation. Students should have previously participated in Swimming Survivor Challenge I. Suggested Grade Level: 9-12 Materials Needed: 2 Poster-size laminate...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Swimming Survivor Challenge I
Purpose of Activity: The purpose of this activity is for students to review and/or learn basic Red Cross swimming skills. Prerequisites: Students should have a basic understanding of swimming stroke mechanics and basic skills. This first Survival Challenge provides students an opportunity to review and practice basic swimming strokes. Suggested Grade Level: 9-12 Materials Needed: 2 Poster-size laminated Red Cross sk...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Solar Water Heaters for Swimming Pools
No. 11 TEACHER OVERVIEW UNIT OF STUDY NO. 11 Solar Water Heaters for Swimming Pools For Grades 6, 7 and 8 OVERVIEW In this unit students will learn how solar energy can be used for heating swimming pools. Students will distinguish differences in conduction, convection and radiation and how the terms relate to heat loss in swimming pools. Students will measure the rate of heat loss...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Draining the Swimming Pool
Draining the Swimming Pool William Byrne Martin Luther King 4445 S. Drexel Chicago, Il. 60653 312-536-8680 Objectives: For 9th and 10th grade 1. To determine the time needed to drain a quantity of water using tubes of different inside diameters (I.D.) 2. To determine the time needed to drain a quantity of water using two tube...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Cardio Swim Day
Amy Razzino Oak Park & River Forest High School Oak Park, IL arazzino@oprfhs.org Lesson Title: Cardio Swim Day Lesson : 23 Grade Level Appropriateness: 9-12 GOALS and OBJECTIVES: 1. Students will be able to monitor their workout intensity using two methods (heart rate monitors, and rate of perceived exertion). 2. Students will perform a 20 minute cardiovascular workout. 3. Students will practice a variety of swim...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Dive Into Learning: Swim With the Seals!
Dive into Learning: Swim With the Seals! Put your students in touch with the real scientists at WhaleNet. Your students will be able to track online the movements of two just-released seals. (This site is sure to get your students' "seal" of approval!) Last September, two seals beached themselves along the mid-Atlantic. One, a baby...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   Properties of Matter: Sink or Swim
Physical Science for 3rd Grade Students Properties of Matter: "Sink or Swim" Question/Problem: Can the same object both sink and swim? Standards: 3.2.4 C -Recognize and use the elements of scientific inquiry to solve problems . Generate questions about objects, organisms and/or events that can be answered through scientific investigations. . State a conclusion that is consistent wit...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Swimming for Rapid Reading
SWIMMING FOR RAPID READING Growing Independence & Fluency Rationale: The purpose of this lesson is to help students improve their pace of reading. They can better comprehend what they are reading if they do not read with a slow monotonous pace.E In this lesson the students will be practicing and charting timed re...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  10.   Swimmy, Swim Swiftly
Swimmy Swim Swiftly Emergent Literacy Rationale: In order for children to begin to read, it is important for them to have a foundation of letter to sound correspondence. It is important for children to be able to recognize each letter of the alphabet and the sound that they make. By the end of the lesson each stu...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K


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