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  • Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs - … . Recognize various authors, illustrators, producers, and their work. Science Essential Curriculum Goals and Objectives Unit I: Earth and Space Science Goal 2: Weather … will cue scientific skills and processes to describe and compare weather elements. a. Predict and describe weather patterns b. Describe and compare the effects … ) • Rulers • Pencils • Markers, crayons, or colored pencils • Atlases or other resources that contain maps Procedure **This lesson should be completed during the …
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  • Getting Ready to Write - … with a way to keep their ideas and story organized, and keep all their notes and inspiration in a notebook. Their completed notebook … line, dialogue, and character description. Students came up with a way to organize their story (i.e., concept map, sticky notes, note … , newspapers, dictionaries, schedules, journals, phone directories, globes, atlases, almanacs, technological sources) Organizes information and ideas from multiple sources in systematic ways (e …
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  • Biomes Lesson Plan, Teaching Science Elementary Activity - … (Philip Johansson) Biome Atlases (Library Binding) Biome Lesson Introduction Read aloud a book about biomes to the class and ask the following … will then color and cut out the animals and plants on the Flora and Fauna printable and glue the animal and plant that best fit … the book. ? On a map, have students identify the biome locations in a continent or the world and create a bulletin board …
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  • An Introduction to Islamic Art and Architecture - … taken from historic buildings in Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt. * * * study and understand the architecture of a mosque and compare it with the architecture … . Ask students to organize the art work geographically (atlases or a world map will help with this part of the activity). Again … classifications are: * Geometric designs, including tiling and tessellating designs * Organic and figural designs including plants, animals, and human figures * Calligraphic designs which use …
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  • Creating a Database - … groups societies and cultures address similar human needs and concerns: TSW Use appropriate resources, data sourcs, and geographic tools such as atlases, data bases, grid systems, charts, graphs and maps to generate manipulate and interpret information. Technology: TSW Use technology to locate, evaluate, and collect …
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  • Colonial America Research and Presentation - … ., from electronic card catalogs and databases, encyclopedias, 12. Open the presentation program. (PowerPoint, Hyperstudio, dictionaries, thesauruses, etc.) atlases, almanacs, tables of contents, glossaries, indexes, 13. Create the title slide. Add text, clip art graphic, and magazines, newspapers, and sound … the credit slide. Remember to type your name on charts, and maps). the credit slide. H. Summarize information from multiple sources into …
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  • Write a Constitution - … a variety of print and electronic sources, and determine the relevance of information to a research topic: a. Atlases; b. Encyclopedias; Ohio Historical … ; b. Gathering information; c. Listing and considering options; d. Considering advantages and disadvantages of options; e. Choosing and implementing a solution. f. Developing … a better understanding of what a constitution may contain. Materials: * Map of the state of Ohio. * Copy of the United States …
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  • Pandemic Flu - … , Vietnam, and Hong Kong. Write these countries on the board. Provide atlases and blank world maps (showing country divisions) to pairs of students and have them locate and label these countries. Human … and college textbook. Killer Diseases by Hazel Richardson and John Gribben. Dorling Kindersley, 2002. Introduces and explains many deadly diseases and how they spread, and
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  • Creating a Database - … groups, societies and cultures address similar human needs and concerns 2. Use appropriate resources, data sources, and geographic tools such as atlases, databases, grid systems, charts, graphs and maps to generate, manipulate, and interpret information. Technology: Technology research tools: TSW 1. Use technology to locate, evaluate, and collect information …
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  • Survive or Not - … to them, the goods produced from those productive resources, and similarities and differences between the economic situations of the two civilizations. Students … textbooks, reference books, atlases and Internet access for research. 11. On the graphic organizer, have students list available resources and the goods these … ensure that all students are involved. Extensions: Have students create maps depicting the trade routes between ancient civilizations. Assign students to …
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