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  • Recognize Stress Factors - … / touch on issues involving the handicapped or the emotionally disturbed REFERENCES: Guest speaker, videos, interview / have people from different ethnic backgrounds … : Complete final application (typed) Complete I9, Birth certificate, basic info Reference info: Names, address, phone #, permission (creditable) STANDARDS: ELA E1 - Reading … , letters of recommendation, achievements, etc.) * Students work on compiling portfolio REFERENCES: * Reference on "how-to" write resumes, cover letters * Personnel magazines with …
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  • Exploring 6 Simple Machines - … Design Brief Lecture, Discussion Discussion Text/Reference Reference 5 Reference 5 Reference 5 Reference 8 Reference 10 Reference 10 Reference 10 Reference 8 Audio/Visual/Demo Slide presentation Slide … screws that are utilized for a gain in mechanical advantage REFERENCES: Hacker, Michael & Barden, Robert (1993). Living with Technology. New York … and O for false) (Evaluation) 1. Construction systems are often referred to as Structural Design. 2. Manufacturing differentiates with construction in …
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  • The earth's dimensions - … planet by using calculations and comparison with data on their reference table. Standard 1 Analysis,inquiry, and design- Scientific Inquiry Key … envelopes with the calculated circumferences written on the inside. (for reference later) 3. Cuts 5 lengths of string for measuring outside … circumference answer to determine which planet it might be using reference table information.(planet puzzle) CULMINATING PERFORMANCE Include rubric(s) 1 …
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  • Lost in Space - … .' Students will have to consult other reference materials for this information. Intended Learning Outcomes: Use reference sources. Make predictions based on evidence … checked. Conclude by discussing the importance of accuracy and using reference materials wisely. Also summarize key characteristics of each of the … lists should initially be created without reference materials to encourage discussion and memory, but reference materials may be used to finalize lists …
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  • The First Artists - … an idea of what individual students know about Paleolithic humankind. Refer to the Pre-Assessment section for more complete instructions. Collect … . Additionally "oversized" library books with cave art pictures are useful references for students. Optional: Depending on time and student background you … painting Used colors typical for cave art examples provided. Utilized reference photographs to create a drawing of an identifyable animal clearly …
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  • Area Contractor - … classroom. If students are not familiar with estimating measurements using reference points, you may want to consider the following questions as … 8" by 16". Floor tiles are typically 12" square. Other reference points might include bookcases, counter tops, desks, and students' physical … following questions to group members: What reference points did you use to derive your estimate? [Reference points that students might choose could …
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  • Exploring Satire with Shrek - … , students should print out a copy of the story for reference as they write. Share the following fairy tale Websites, where … this session; however, their lists will use specific details and references to their stories. back to top Session Three Begin the … other popular or literary satires that they are aware of. Refer to the definition of satire from earlier sessions to remind … share their decisions with the full class. Encourage students to refer to details about satire posted on the class list. Explain …
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  • Fractile vs. Equal - … . Write that information in column 4 across from each interval. Refer to Handout 2: Equal vs. Fractile Answer Key. Discuss the … /education. Fractile vs. Equal Handout 3: Assessment Part I: Directions: Refer to the GeoFRED map being displayed in class to answer … . Fractile vs. Equal Handout 3: Assessment cont. Part II: Directions: Refer to the GeoFRED map being displayed in class to answer … . Equal Handout 3: Assessment Answer Key cont. Part II: Directions: Refer to the GeoFRED map being displayed in class to answer …
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  • To Get the Right Answers about College: Ask the Right Questions - … includes expenses for books and a wide variety of supplies. Referring to Visual 2, ask students what percentage of college costs … include notebooks, pens, lab coats and computers.) Have the students refer again to their surveys and report what college students have … the questions in Section 2, you must provide parental information. Refer to your parents IRS tax return when necessary. Answer the …
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  • U.S. Income Inequality: It's Not So Bad - … correct answers, using Handout 4: American Households Answer Key. 9. Referring to the tax table in Handout 3, remind the students … , identify the transfer payments in each scenario to the class, referring to Handout 4 Answer Key. (The transfer payments in each … students have finished their calculations, review the correct answers by referring to Handout 6: American Households and the Flat Tax Answer …
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