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  • Internet Math Lesson Plans - … manytimes each number was rolled, and chart the information. Theywould draw a bar graph, and figure out the probability of eachdie … dash to answer these questions. Instructional Strategies: Have students "Clear Draw"on graphing calculators, making sure that "y=" is empty.Students … best fit. The student will then go to draw on the calculator,to draw a line, and making note of the starting … "y=" and graph. The line the calculator draws should exactlymatch the line drawn using Draw. If any student does not get thesame …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Introduction to Habitats - … picture of an animal that lives there, and list or draw the attributes of that habitat. 4. SWBAT recognize that humans … animal that lives there. We will have students list or draw attributes of that animal's habitat. 7. Students will share their drawings with their classmates. The materials that we will need for … around the room and verbally encourage them to finish their drawing. For early finishers, we will ask them to write what …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Orbit and Spin - … * copies of Earth, Sun, and Moon pictures * blank paper (for drawing pictures of Earth, Moon, and Sun) (3 per student) * markers … , and Sun. Throughout the lesson, students will record thoughts and draw pictures in their Science Journal pages. Advance Preparation 6 1 … ) and record observations in their Science Journal pages. They will draw a picture of the respective body at each station. a … you think each item belongs at this station. 1. 2. Draw pictures and write other questions you have below here! 14 …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • What Does It Mean for Density to Have Multiple Contributing Causes? - … posters Multiple Causes sheetAcrobat icon What Causes Differences in Density?: Drawing Models sheetAcrobat icon Thinking About Multiple Causes sheetAcrobat icon Pitfalls … DensityAcrobat icon; Multiple CausesAcrobat icon; What Causes Differences in Density?: Drawing ModelsAcrobat icon; Thinking About Multiple CausesAcrobat icon; and Pitfalls in … Density Pass out the sheet, What Causes Differences in Density?: Drawing ModelsAcrobat icon. Show the students the following examples: 1) a …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Living in a Tree - … leaves and branches. Skills: Making Observations Making Comparisons Making Inferences Drawing Conclusions Communicating Observations and Findings Preparation Materials: 1. A tree … physical characteristics animals have that live in trees. We will draw pictures of animals and point out their special features. Activity … in trees? Let children make their presentations and share their drawings. Let them pass around jars with any small animals that …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Animal Alphabet - … names of animals that begin with particular letter sounds and draw pictures to represent these living creatures. Materials Animal Alphabet video … student a piece of construction paper and crayons. Students will draw pictures of appropriate animals. If possible, have students write the … alphabet and their sounds; and created somewhat colorful and unique drawings that demonstrated a basic understanding of a particular letter and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Animals Around Us - … . Check for comprehension by asking questions like these: Should a drawing of the desert have a lot of trees? What kinds … wetlands habitat? 3. Allow students time to work on their drawings. Write the words "forest," "desert," "wetlands," and "grasslands" on the … their chosen habitat in a visible spot on their drawings. 4. Once the drawings are complete, ask students to share them with … habitat these animals live in? 6. Finally, display the habitat drawings in the classroom so students have a visual reminder of …
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  • When Dinosaurs Ruled - … periods. Adaptations Adaptations for Older Students: Have students accompany their drawings with written descriptions of their plants and animals, including a … presented; explanations logical and based on scientific evidence Two points: drawings fairly accurate; descriptions adequate; explanations lacking in logic or evidence One point: drawings inaccurate; descriptions adequate; explanations incomplete and lacking evidence You can …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Robots - … -point rubric: Three points:high-quality, clear, neat, and detailed drawings; very clear labels; complete paragraphs addressing the two topics mentioned in Procedures Two points:adequately detailed drawings; clear labels; complete paragraphs addressing the two topics mentioned in … to the assessment rubric by determining what an adequately detailed drawing would consist of. Extensions Marionettes Marionettes (puppets with parts manipulated …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • The Ups And Downs Of Technology - … ://www.GreatBuildings.com/types/types/skyscraper.html Skyscraper Page (great drawings; see Evolution of Skyscraper) http://skyscraperpage.com/ Once students have … the video during class discussion, created an accurate, correctly scaled drawing of their assigned skyscraper with several details; fact cards included … facts from the video during class discussions, created an inaccurate drawing of their skyscraper that is incorrectly scaled and shows little …
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