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  111.   Chickens, Clouds and the View Outside Your Window
...school's Computer Applications class. Because it is a project that arose naturally from their work with The Times in class for our Common Core Practice project, we will update readers on the class's progress in the coming weeks. Informative Writing: Business: "Gleaning Clues on Sunny Days From the Clouds" Common Core Standards: W2, W4, RI2, RI8, RH2, RH5, RST1, RST6 What do you see when you look up at the clouds? Animals? Faces of presidents? When Carlos F. Coimbra, a University of California professor, looks at clouds, he wonders if he can accurately predict where they are going to go. Using sophisticate...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  112.   Tracing the History of African-Canadian Communities
...nadians: The Blacks of Nova Scotia. Don Mills ON: Longman, 1973. Hill, Daniel G. The Freedom-Seekers: Blacks in Early Canada. Agincourt ON: Book Society of Canada, 1981. Hill, Lawrence. Trials and Triumphs: The Story of African-Canadians. Toronto: Umbrella Press, 1993. Pachai, Bridglal. Beneath the Clouds of the Promised Land: The Survival of Nova Scotia's Blacks. Halifax: Black Educators Association of NS, 1990. ---------- . Peoples of the Maritimes: Blacks. Tantallon NS: Four East, 1993. Walker, James. The Black Loyalists: The Search for a Promised Land. New York: Africana, 1976. ----------. Racial Discr...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  113.   'Great Debate' Lesson Plan for Undergraduates
...star counts Parsons resolves spiral nebulae Kapteyn models Galaxy 4. Shapley's View of our Galaxy and the Universe in 1920 Finds Cepheid distances to globular clusters Postulates globulars centered on Galaxy center Postulates Galaxy 10 times larger than Kapteyn's model Postulates spiral nebulae gas clouds repelled by Galaxy Believes Van Maanen result of spiral nebulae rotation 5. Curtis's View of our Galaxy and the Universe in 1920 Galaxy size similar to Kapteyn's: small Spiral nebulae galaxies just like the Galaxy Didn't believe Shapley's Cepheid variable distances 6. What Was Said at the Great Debate Not...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  114.   Music on accompanying CD: Mack the Knife; I Got Plenty O' Nuttin', Duke's Place, Hello, Dolly, and What a Wonderful World.
...mstrong Education Kit 7. Guided Listening Lesson "What a Wonderful World" by George Douglas, George Weiss, and Bob Thiele (recorded 1967) (Time 2:18) Lyrics: I see trees of green, red roses too, I see them bloom for me and you And I think to myself what a wonderful world. I see skies of blue and clouds of white, The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night And I think to myself what a wonderful world. The colors of the rainbow, so pretty in the sky Are also on the faces of people going by I see friends shaking hands, saying "How do you do!" They're really saying, "I love you" I hear babies cry, I watch...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  115.   Planet Impactn
...Mass extinction- The sudden and complete die-off of life on a planet. Matter- Anything that has mass and occupies space. Meteoroid- A rocky body orbiting the Sun that is less than 100 meters in extent. Nucleus- The solid part of a comet's head, which makes up the central part of the icy body. Oort Cloud- A spherical cloud of comets surrounding the outer reaches of the solar system (well beyond the orbit of Pluto at about 50,000 astronomical units), where an estimated 1 trillion cometary bodies are located. Occasionally, the gravitational forces of a passing star may alter the path of a comet in the Oort C...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  116.   Comets
...mical compound consisting of three atoms: one of carbon and two of oxygen. At standard temperature and pressure on Earth, carbon dioxide is a gas. In the cold vacuum of space it is a solid; when hit by sunlight, it becomes a gas. Carbon dioxide has been observed in comet comas and tails. Coma * The cloud that forms around a comet's nucleus. This cloud is made by solar wind striking the surface of the nucleus, causing a mixture of gas and dust to form around it. Diamond (C) * A state of carbon in which the atoms are arranged in crystals. Diamond is a solid on Earth and in space. It is believed to be a part...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  117.   Comet Myths, Facts and Legends
...rstand the difference between a fact, a legend and a myth. New Vocabulary: Asteroid * A small solar system object composed mostly of rock. Many of these objects orbit the Sun between Mars and Jupiter. Their size can range anywhere from 10 meters in diameter to less than 1,000 kilometers. Coma * The cloud that forms around a comet's nucleus. This cloud is made by solar wind striking the surface of the nucleus, causing a mixture of gas and dust to form around it. Comet * A small solar system object consisting of ice and other compounds. A comet will form a coma and sometimes a visible tail whenever it orbits...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  118.   Ibm to Invest $1.2 Billion in Cloud Services
International Business Machines (IBM) plans to invest $1.2 billion to expand its cloud services. The computing and technology giant wants to bolster its presence in the next generation of cloud storage and other services. The project includes building 15 state-of-the-art data centres across the world. IBM is having to adapt quickly to move from a predominantly hardware-based company into one...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  119.   Observing Clouds and the Weather (includes BLM Observing the Clouds)
Science 3 standard 2 Combo 12/26/02 3:57 PM Page 81 Standard Indicator 3.2.7 Observing Clouds and the Weather Purpose Materials For the teacher: chart paper, marker For each student: pencil, 2 copies of Black Line Master (BLM) Observing the Clouds (stapled together) Activity A. Developing Knowledge 1. Ask students: “How do you know when you should wear a jacket or bring an umbrella to school? How...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  120.   Clouds
Clouds Strand D: Processes That Shape the Earth Benchmark: SC.D.1.1.3. The student recognizes patterns in weather. Strategy: observations, brainstorming, visuals, hands-on/minds-on Materials: several cotton pieces, blue construction paper, glue Word Wall/Vocabulary: clouds, patterns, weather, prediction, cumulus...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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