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LessonCorner Lesson Plans for Science
  1.   Cell Campaign
Students work in groups to form a campaign for a new head of the cell.  The nucleus of the cell has reached its term limits and is no longer eligible to run for head of the cell. Each team of students will produce a campaign for a cell organelle.  The campaign will show the importance of the organelle to the cell and why it should be voted as the head of the cell. Each team will need to show knowledge of their organelle by producing a slogan, t-shirt, poster, and bumper sticker for their organelle.

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    Grade Level: 6-12

  2.   Does Soap Float?
An inquiry based science lesson. Students use the Scientific Method to determine whether different brands of soap (including Ivory) will float.

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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Stem Cells and Cloning
A lesson plan designed for NYS Regents Living Environment Class on Stem Cells and cloning.

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    Grade Level: 9-12

LessonCorner Worksheets for Science
  1.   General Science
Biology, Chemistry, Astronomy, Geology, Physics, Scientist, Einstein, Experiment, Zoology, Computer
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  2.   General Science 2
Multiplication , Product, Division, Quotient, Remainder, Information, Diagram, Glossary, Fact, Opinion
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  3.   Fighting Infection
Immune System, Antigen, Antibody, Inflamation, Toxoid, STD, Lymph Nodes, Chicken Pox, Tetanus, Lymphocytes
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 1000 for Science
  1.   Winter Wonderland: Who Thawed Frosty? / Science / 7
View the standards Return Unit/Lesson Plan Winter Wonderland: Who Thawed Frosty? / Science / 7 Description As a lesson with in a unit, this lesson will take place in one class period with preparation done in a previous class time. The purpose of this lesson is to use various skills to figure out whodunnit. Goal/Standard/Level/Benchmark 11.A.3 11.A.3.a 11.A.3.c 11.A.3.d 11.A.3.f 11.A.3.g KRSP Kno...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Science Special #1omagnetism and the Compass
MAGNETISM AND THE COMPASS SHORT TERM GOALS: To help students become familiar with the compass and its importance on travel. To help students make connections between compass directions and the magnetic field that surrounds the earth. TIME ALLOTMENT: 1 hour CONTENT AREAS ADDRESSED: Science Geography Language Arts CONCEPTS ADDRESSED: Magnetism Direction Travel MATERIALS: Paper and Pencil Needle Bar Magnet Small Dish or a Large Cap of Some Sort Cork PROCEDURE: The earth has a thick iron and nickel core, which is constantly convecting. This movement has caused our planet to develop a magnetosph...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Science Vs. Science Fiction
Science vs. Science Fiction Goals: To understand the difference between science and science fiction through a compare/contrast activity or discussion and a reading of the material. To be able to identify characteristics specific to science and characteristics specific to science fiction. Through a creative writing...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   Research - Space Science and Fiction
Choose Your View View By Subject Science Research Space Science and Fiction Unit Description Objectives Materials and Resources Unit Lesson Plans Relation to Standards One Computer versus Many Grade level: Middle School, High School Subject Area: Language Arts, Science Unit Description Students conduct research on space science and fiction at the...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  5.   Janae Deverell, Teacher / Earthworks Education Activities (Soil Science Study)
About | News & Events | Products | Jobs HOME SCIENCE EDUCATION COLLABORATION SEARCH CIRES K-12 Home | Projects | Opportunities | News | Contact Us Earthworks Home About Location Schedule "EW" Community Teachers Scientists Staff Group Projects 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 Contact Us Submit Application Join LISTSERV Earthworks Earth System Science for Secondary T...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  6.   Physical Science Lesson for
...he box to see a reflection. c. Have one of the members of the group rotate the pyramid slowly from the hole in the back of the box. Repeat this so that all members of the group have both viewed, and rotated the pyramid. 2. Why does this happen? References American Association for the Advancement of Science (1993). Benchmarks for Scientific Literacy, New York: Oxford University Press. Arms, K. and Camp, P. (1982). Biology, Sense Organs. Philadelphia, PA.: Saunders College Publishing. Kowalski, F. (1993). Reflectance Demonstration. The Physics Teacher, 31. March, 153. McGraw-Hill, Reflection of electromagnetic...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  7.   The Science Behind Phone Systems
11-12 The Science Behind Phone Systems Project type: Web Quest Related topic: Subjects Science Summary Using a variety of Web-based resources, students research and create models, simulations, or other visual presentations of various aspects of telephone technology. Duration 3 to 4 lessons Purpose To demonstrate understandi...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   Science in Everyday Life
11-12 Science in Everyday Life Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects Science Summary Students will create learning centres that help promote interest in science learning to junior students. Duration 1 to 2 lessons Purpose To demonstrate the role of science in daily life PDF Before Exploring Ask students the f...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   The Science of the Winnipeg Floodway
All Grades The Science of the Winnipeg Floodway Project type: Web Quest Related topic: Subjects Social Studies Geography Science Summary Using a variety of Web-based resources, students will research the workings of the Winnipeg Floodway and create a multi-media display explaining its operation. Duration 2 lessons Purpose To inv...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  10.   Science and the Ocean Ranger Disaster
11-12 Science and the Ocean Ranger Disaster Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects Science Summary Students investigate the scientific theories behind various elements of the Ocean Ranger disaster, then present their information in a format of their choosing. Purpose To study the science surrounding the capsiz...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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