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  • President's Day for Special Education/Early Elementary - … with group. Compare/contrast these experiences using graphic organizer/thinksheet. 14.)Use graphic organizer/thinksheet to compare Lincoln and Washington in 3 … with group. Compare/contrast these experiences using graphic organizer/thinksheet. 14.)Use graphic organizer/thinksheet to compare Lincoln and Washington in 3 … with group. Compare/contrast these experiences using graphic organizer/thinksheet. 14.)Use graphic organizer/thinksheet to compare Lincoln and Washington in 3 …
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  • What Can We Learn From Pigs? - … Graph.pubAssessment Strategies: teacher observation of student participation, completed graphic organizers or thinksheets Assessment Strategies:Assessment Strategies: teacher observation of student … graphic organizers or thinksheets teacher observation of student participation, completed graphic organizers or thinksheets teacher observation of student participation, completed graphic organizers or …
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  • Using Graphic Organizers to Develop a Character Analysis - … fictional characters. Students will demonstrate character analysis by completing graphic organizers which classify and compare/contrast traits. Student will demonstrate technology … : Using Graphic Organizers to Develop a Character Analysis Title: Title: Using Graphic Organizers to Develop a Character Analysis Using Graphic Organizers to Develop … fictional characters. Students will demonstrate character analysis by completing graphic organizers which classify and compare/contrast traits. Student will demonstrate technology …
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  • The Tree of Life - … a lesson to help students understand the phylogeny of organisms and how all organisms are linked in a certain way. By navigating … a lesson to help students understand the phylogeny of organisms and how all organisms are linked in a certain way. By navigating … a lesson to help students understand the phylogeny of organisms and how all organisms are linked in a certain way. By navigating … a lesson to help students understand the phylogeny of organisms and how all organisms are linked in a certain way. By navigating …
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  • Ecological Relationships - … . That energy then passes from organism to organism in food webs. NSS8_3.19 The number of organisms an ecosystem can support depends on … 7. group of organisms of one species 9. any organism that must obtain energy by eating other organisms 10. any organism capable of producing … ____ Correct organism selection Organisms are not listed for specific feeding level 0 points Organisms shown, but not appropriate 10 points Organisms shown but …
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  • Respect for Intellect - … rubric found in Attachment B, Final Web Graphic Organizer Rubric. o This second organizer serves to assess information students are assimilating during … of the lesson and how they are organizing that information. o Students build these organizers during the course of the lesson, taking … Attachments: Attachment A, Making a Web Graphic Organizer Attachment B, Final Web Graphic Organizer Rubric Attachment C, Give Respect to Others' Intellect …
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  • Pond Science - … . The pond environment is suitable to many different organisms. Pond life includes unicellular organisms, developing insects, plants and algae, fish (eggs and … pond site, students are asked to collect ten different organisms. Collecting these organisms will give them an idea of the diversity of … for changes occurring. Have any organisms disappeared? Have any new organisms appeared.? Has the abundance of specific organisms changed? The groups can compare …
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  • Where Do I Belong? - … their diversity. The students will then create their own organism and share their organism with the class. This will give the other … the ocean." One way of classifying organisms is by the lifestyle of the organism. Benthic organisms live on or are buried on the sea floor. Some organisms are sessile (attached to … group and habitat. After the creation of the organism, the students will exchange their organism and discuss it with each other. Images …
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  • It's Greek to Me - … energy by materials produced by organisms living in the mat. Mat organisms produce organic substances, sugars, and gases. Mat organisms live where they have the light and chemicals they need. Different organisms need different … biological activity, isotopic information diversity of organisms (genetics), organic and atmospheric biomarkers, minerals and physiological information. Organization 4 Exemplary Content is clearly de …
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  • Population Biology - … usually consume more than one other type of organism, and different types of organisms compete for the same food sources, each animal … inorganic molecules (carbon dioxide and water) into organic molecules (sugar). All other organisms obtain their organic molecules, directly or indirectly, from the producers … level in a food chain consists of one type of organism. All organisms of that type contain a total amount of matter …
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