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  • Group Graphing - … the questions, organize the data into tables, and generate several types of graphs (including bar, line, and picture) to represent the … graphs is important, as well as understanding the types of graphs suitable for different types of data. Students must have opportunities to … students. For the teacher: overhead transparency, a collection of various types of graphs For the students: chart paper, markers, various sizes …
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  • Making Simple Conversions - … have specific characteristics or properties associated with them, like number types or geometric shapes. This lesson was pilot-tested by teachers … progresses. Home Connections: Students locate the definitions of selected number types using their mathematics textbook and other sources and then compare … 's make a list of all the number types we know and determine which types can be used to describe -3. 3 …
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  • Can We Investigate? Yes, We Can! - … Standards Connection: Scientific Ways of Knowing Benchmark B Describe different types of investigations and use results and data from investigations to … layers. Lesson Summary: In this lesson, students will perform different types of scientific investigations to answer a specific question and conclude … Investigate? Yes, We Can!" Grade Three experimenting, investigating). Understanding the type of investigation they are performing is more important than the …
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  • Clouds and the Weather - … information: 1. Description of cloud type; 2. Weather associated with that cloud type; 3. Representation of cloud type. This can be a drawing … recognized this, too, and combine the terms to describe those types; however, these four are the beginning descriptions. Sometimes scientists include … top of the sheet to help them identify cloud types. Next to each type, in the key, is a weather condition usually …
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  • What's Up? Clouds and Your Weather - … they can. Have student groups decide what type of cloud they see. Restrict cloud types to cirrus, stratus, altocumulus, cumulus, cumulonimbus, and … : Use the information about clouds shown below to classify the type or types of clouds that you observed. Answer the questions that … Attachment A (continued) Pre-Assessment 1. Name the cloud type or cloud types that you observed. ____ 2. Describe how and why …
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  • Weather and The Water Cycle - … they can. Have student groups decide what type of cloud they see. Restrict cloud types to cirrus, stratus, altocumulus, cumulus, cumulonimbus, and … : Use the information about clouds shown below to classify the type or types of clouds that you observed. Answer the questions that … Attachment A (continued) Pre-Assessment 1. Name the cloud type or cloud types that you observed. ____ 2. Describe how and why …
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  • If You Force It, It Will Move - … C, Science Portfolio Assessment). Discuss the descriptions of portfolio entry types, including entry reflection, investigations, research and applications. Unit Post-Assessment … C, Science Portfolio Assessment). Discuss the descriptions of portfolio entry types, including entry reflection, investigations, research and applications. Scoring Guidelines: Decide … dolls, carriages and spring scales. For the students: Crayons, blank typing paper, colored pencils, materials for lab activities including rolling spheres …
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  • Genetics and Heredity: The Next Generation - … embryo are capable of becoming many different cell types. Later, the more mature cell types undergo mitosis and multiply only as their … meiosis from direct observation Mitosis and Meiosis summary questions Cell types and specializations list Embryo observations and sketches Cell differentiation summary … division of labor in multicellular organisms; Structure of specific cell types reflects their functions; Specializations are made possible because all cells …
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  • It's All in the Genes - … these two parents. Answer: IAIB is type AB, IBIO is type O, IAIO is type A, IOIO is type O. 12. Have students suggest … (type A), blue water (type B) and clear water (type O); Three cups down the left side red water (type A), blue water (type B) and clear water (type … the center. See diagram below: Type A red Type A red Type B blue Type O clear Type B blue Type O clear 3. The top …
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  • American Indian Technologies - … : Name of Artifact or Action: ____ Circle the correct technology type: communication, construction, clothing, manufacturing, agriculture and food production Use: Picture … : Name of Artifact or Action: ____ Circle the correct technology type: communication, construction, manufacturing, clothing, agriculture and food production Use: Picture … : Name of Artifact or Action: ____ Circle the correct technology type: communication, construction, manufacturing, clothing, agriculture and food production Use: Picture …
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