Lessons for Swimming

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  • Does the Hammer Help? - … videos and compare the way hammerhead sharks and white sharks swim. Students will click through an interactive shark diagram to learn … , watch a National Geographic video of a great white shark swimming (click on "Video"). Ask students to compare the white shark … question is intended to get students to observe the sharks swimming and to think about how the "hammer" affects motion.] Ask … advantages are related to its ability to sense or to swim, or both? Suggested Student Assessment: Inform students that for a …
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  • Floating on Water - … them ahead. Procedures:Prepare the required tools needed for a swimming lesson (kickboards, etc.). Divide the students into two equal groups … the students by warming up [next] to the swimming pool. Students entering the swimming pool should hold on to the edge. The … each exercise several times. Technical Steps:Standing outside of the swimming pool while holding the board (visualization). Holding the edge of …
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  • My Side of the Mountain - … income. 3. Krista s investments in human capital: Swimming lessons, practice, participation in swim meets, weight training Krista s investments in human … work. 3. Krista is on the high school swim team. She took swimming lessons when she was young and really liked the water. She joined the swim team at the YMCA. She went to swim team practice three evenings a week, practiced … off. She made lots of friends through swimming, and she is healthier because she swims. Plus, she was accepted to college and …
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  • Blobfish are the Ugliest Animals - … muscles. They float in the water and swallow things that swim past them, like small crabs and shellfish. Even though humans … muscles. They float in the water and swallow things that swim past them, like small crabs and shellfish. Even though humans … ( ) muscles. They float in the water and swallow things that swim past them, like small crabs and ( ) comedians to make a … . They float in the water and shallow / swallow things that swim past them, like small crabs and shellfish / selfish. Even though …
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  • Teaching Grammar in Context: Using sentence combining to teach subordination - … man in a boat stabs the fish. The fish are swimming near the boat. 2 - Ask students to freewrite several sentences … to it: The fish swim near: When the fish swim near While the fish swim near As the fish swim near 4- Ask students … . Explore the tone. Example: It's dark when the fish swim near the man standing in a small boat. The man stands in the small boat while the fish swim near. As the fish swim near, the man stands in his small boat …
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  • Marine Mammals: Just Like Us - … after fish diversity. Cetaceans: These animals are highly streamlined for swimming with a thick layer of blubber achieving this as well … human caused events, most notably the speedboats. Although they can swim relatively fast because of how shallow the water they graze … are a few basics: Seals Sea Lions Swim with hind flippers, which are completely furred. Swim with fore flippers, which have naked … Have live birth X Mostly oviparous birth X Have swim bladder X Swim X X Heart X X Backbone X X Fins …
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  • Learning About the Civil rights Movement Through Photographs - … ^th century legalized separate restrooms, water fountains, restaurants, waiting rooms, swimming pools, libraries, and bus seats for African Americans. Many ordinary … rights movement.) 2. What is the difference between swimming in the river and swimming in a pool for African Americans? (Often public … protests against racist practices of department stores, restaurants, and public swimming pools.) Shore, D. Z. & Alexander, J. (2006). This is the …
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  • The Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art Project - Something's Fishy - … at the side behind the gills. It helps with diving, swimming to the surface, and remaining stationary. The dorsal fin is … thousands of miles. GAS BLADDER OR SWIM BLADDER Most fish have a gas bladder or swim bladder, which is an airtight sac … of paired fins, a set of vertical fins, and a swim bladder. Scientists recognize another group of fish called "Agnatha" to … , or stream. Fry: an immature fish. G Gas bladder or swim bladder: an internal balloon-like organ, which affects floatation by …
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  • Cool Swimwear: Antarctic Penguins - … penguins diving) MUSIC with no words: penguins swimming, a whale, and seals diving and swimming Lots of seals and penguins who--live … narrator continues, Penguins are birds whose wings are adapted for swimming, not flying. PAUSE after Debra says, When penguins aren t … different from all other birds on earth. Discuss the fantastic swimming talents of the penguin. Explain that there are many water …
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  • Natural Born Robots: Swim Like A Fish - … Links National Science Education Standards Activity 1: The Physics of Swimming Activity 2: Convergent Evolution Activity 3: Vortices in Action Think … : Science as a Human Endeavor ACTIVITY 1: THE PHYSICS OF SWIMMING Inspired by biology, robot makers are designing and building robots … a conventional boat or submarine -- once it learns how to swim. Demonstrate and compare the vortices created by a conventional boat …
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