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  31.   Who Sank the Boat?
...et software to input data and create a chart of results. Students will utilize the Internet to learn additional facts about buoyancy. Additional Learning Objective(s): Approximate Duration of the Lesson: 61 to 90 Minutes Materials and Equipment: Who Sank the Boat by Pamela Allen, small-size child's swimming pool, roll of aluminum foil, 10 boxes of paper clips, bag of large marbles, scales that measure grams and ounces, rulers, scissors Technology Resources Needed: Computer with Internet access, spreadsheet software Background/Preparation: The teacher needs to prepare a space for the swimming pool and fill i...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  32.   When Push Comes to Shove
...using the forces of push and pull (wagons, scooters, big wheels, ramps, etc.) Discuss how the forces work, and also how gravity affects the movement of each of the machines. 2. Have students compare the different sports activities in which they participate. (basketball, baseball, football, soccer, swimming, etc.) Have them demonstrate the different forces used in their favorite sports. For example, if a student chooses basketball, have him or her describe how the sport illustrates Newton's First Law of Motion. Technology: 1. Have students plan and create a PowerPoint presentation showing what they have l...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  33.   Jack Prelutsky and Teaching ESL
...e writing project as a homework assignment. This has also worked well. This Lesson Plan was prepared by Chris Gunn who teaches English at Inchon University in South Korea The Crocodile* by Jack Prelutsky Beware the crafty crocodile who beckons you with clever smile to join him in the river Nile and swim with him a little while. His smile is not a friendly smile, it springs from his dishonest guile and treacherous reptilian style. Beware the crafty crocodile. Student Works (unedited) The Human by Crocodile's Elder Donghyun Beware the sly human who beckons you with tasty food to join him outside of the river...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  34.   Class Reunion: A TEFL or TESOL Activity
...n ages B: Hi, ____ . I haven't seen you in ages. It's good to see you. Phase 2: A: What's new with you? Are you still living in L.A.? B: No. Now, I live in Las Vegas. A: Are you still working as a bouncer? B: No. Now, I'm a security guard. A: Are you still interested in boxing? B: No. Now, I mostly swim. At the beginning of the class, the teacher should handout the student cards and corresponding nametags. The student who gets a Pamela card should also get a Pamela nametag. If your class has more than 9 students then make more than one set of student cards and nametags so that there will be more than one Pa...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  35.   Canadian Marathon Swimmer Marilyn Bell
9-10 Canadian Marathon Swimmer Marilyn Bell Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects History English Language Arts Summary Students will write a journal entry in role as swimmer Marilyn Bell. Duration 2 lessons Purpose To examine how one person can overcome obstacles and succeed PDF Before Exploring Discuss with students their...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  36.   Sports Canada
...oral presentation PDF Before Exploring Consider launching this project in one or more of the following ways: Write the names of the following sports on the board or overhead: curling, baseball, track and field, figure skating, hockey, bobsleighing, sharp shooting, rowing, skiing, basketball, golf, swimming, football, auto racing, and lacrosse. Explain to students that each of these sports is profiled within a topic on the CBC Radio and Television Archives Web site, either through a profile of an athlete or team, or through a profile of the sport itself. Have students search a collection of newspapers and m...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  37.   Three-Digit Subtraction
...material from that website. Students will use desktop publishing software to create a book. Approximate Duration of the Lesson: Greater than 120 Minutes Materials and Equipment: Overhead projector, base ten blocks (such as Unifix cubes) for overhead, base ten blocks for use as manipulatives, Shark Swimathon by Stuart J.Murphy, three dice, white boards and erasable markers for each student, calculators (optional) Technology Resources Needed: Computers with Internet access, printer, desktop publishing/word processing software Background/Preparation: Students should be proficient in subtracting two-digit numb...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  38.   Alone: Research for Survival
...by Pat Franks. Procedures/Activities: 1.)Divide students into groups of three, selecting a strong, middle, and weak student for each group. 2.)Explain to the class as a whole that they have gone on a class cruise to Hawaii. However, the ship runs aground; and only the three of your group survive to swim to a small, uninhabited island in the Pacific. (The class might decide what supplies, if any, each group is allowed to salvage from the ship.) 3.)Allow each group time to brainstorm the necessities for survival and the type of information they'll need to survive. 4.)Explain that each group will search the In...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  39.   The Fabulous Four
...iew what was learned about winter and spring. Read aloud Summer:An Alphabet Acrostic by Leslie Evans. Discuss the way that trees change as we go from spring to summer. Children will relate best to this as the time that they do not come to school. Discuss activities they do during the summer such as swimming, bike riding, going to the beach, family vacations, playing at the park, picnics, or fishing. Have each students share the best thing they did this past summer. Discuss the things they will wear during the summer, including swim suits, shorts, sandals, and sunglasses will write these ideas on a chart as...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  40.   Our Summer Vacation
...taining favorite spots. Each student will "write" (teacher will assist as needed) a page for the book, naming his/her favorite park and his/her favorite thing to do at a state park. Students will illustrate their pages, drawing appropriate map symbols to correspond with their favorite things to do (swimming, camping, boating, etc.). 6.)When students have completed their book, use a large road map of Alabama to plot together the locations of the favorite state parks. On each spot, place a small sticky note with the appropriate symbol for the favorite activity. Attachments:* Some files will display in a new w...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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