Lessons for Home

Page 1 of 1000 results

  • Where We Live: Homes Near and Far - … are going to be learning about where they live, their home, and homes around the world for the next ten days. The … how homes around the world are different. Homes differ from country to country. A home in Africa does not look like a home in the United States. Homes also differ … may choose two similar types of homes (such as two kinds of mud homes) or two homes that are completely different in construction …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • The Economics of Homebuying - … economic factors that influence home sales: Median Household Income, Median New-Home Prices, Interest Rates, Affordability Index, New-Home Sales, Demographics. www.econedlink … can draw. How does median income affect home sales? Home prices? [A higher median income increases home sales. As people make more money … , which has an impact on the price people pay for homes.] New homes sold. [Higher interest rates contribute to a decline in … activity. Check your Home-buyer IQ Score: 9 - 10 Home-buying genius 7-8 Very smart home buyer 5-6 Home maintenance needed 3 …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Check Your Home Inside and Out - … Students will learn concepts related to wildfire and protection of homes Lesson Application Examples Grade 3 Related Ontario Curriculum Expectations ? Language … . Maintain a green lawn for 3 metres around your home. 11. If new homes are still being built in your area, talk … space. 16. Remove conifer shrubs from your home's defensible space especially if your home is in a high-risk area. 17 … the smoke and flames are blowing towards your home (or your neighbour's home). 24. Be a FireSmart advocate. Minimal cost actions …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Understanding Home - … James Marshall art work Additional Web Sites * Bridges to Home, Seven Poems about Home and Travel * The Academy of American Poets, Searchable … create the feeling of home? * What are the things that are necessary in a home and to a home? activities An Individual Response … , people, sensory perceptions, etc. Do-Ho Suh and Seoul Home/L.A. Home As he travels between Korea and the United States … work Seoul Home/L.A. Home. Have students compare and contrast their original poem and the poem about Seoul Home/L.A. Home. (Time …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • U.S. Mail Order and Catalog Homes in the Early 20th Century - … Visual Elements Buying and Building a Catalog Home Researching and Identifying a Mail Order Home Characteristics of Mail Order Architecture Objectives Vocabulary … are many characteristic features that help identify a home as a mail order home. The following is a basic listing of some … learn how to identify these homes in their own communities. Vocabulary Mail order home, catalog home, kit home, Sears home Identification/ Creation of Scrapbook or …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Energy Efficiency at Home - An Interdisciplinary Module for Energy Education - … wish to consult Appendix A for a sample letter home regarding the home presentation and an evaluation sheet that may be used … referenced that may contain excerpts and/or pictures on log homes and homes of the 1900's. Students may want to refer … on the north and west side of a log home. Materials: Log Home Essentials - One set per student group (see Appendix D … to compare these ideas to their own 1900's home design. Grandparents, retirement home residents, and other senior citizens would make excellent …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • Intermediate Energy Infobook and Intermediate Infobook Activities (29 Activities): Energy Infobook - … the population of Iceland use geothermal energy to heat their homes and buildings. High Temperature Resources: Electricity Hydrothermal resources at high … oil is the third leading fuel used for home heating. In 1973, the average home used 1,300 gallons of oil a … and solar energy, to heat and cool our homes and workspaces. Lighting Homes and commercial buildings also use energy for lighting. The … weatherization products. arm air leaking into your home in summer and out of your home in winter can waste a lot of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • Secondary Energy Infobook and Secondary Infobook Activities (19 Activities): Energy Infobook - … , and in industry-mostly for producing heat and operating equipment. Homes Homes and businesses use about one third of the propane consumed … passive solar home, the result is called a hybrid system. Active Solar Homes Unlike a passive solar home, an active solar home uses mechanical … combination of passive and active systems. Passive Solar Homes In a passive solar home, the whole house operates as a solar collector …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Home Sweet Home - … to be enlarged. 27 Home Sweet Home - Grade Nine 28 Home Sweet Home - Grade Nine 29 Home Sweet Home - Grade Nine 30 Home Sweet Home - Grade Nine Attachment D Short Story One Where? . . , . . , P. . , . . , . e . , . . 31 Home Sweet Home
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Home Sweet Home - … : Hold up a sign that says: "Home Sweet Home". What does this mean? Possible answer: Home is the best place to be. There … Jamestown?" "What did the colonists do to make Jamestown their "Home Sweet Home"? Play: the segment "Introduction" (00.35) in its entirety … Technology Consortium (SVTC). Spring 2007 NTTI 9 of 15 Home Sweet Home Marilyn Wall Rockingham County Public Schools Name ____ Yesterday I …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
Copyright © 2017 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.