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Native American Unit

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This is a rigorous unit geared at student engagement, thinking, reading, and writing skills. Students read and analyze both informational and fictional texts, and write an argumentative and literary essay. This unit was designed for students to celebrate the rich and complex history of North America’s first people. Please download the preview for more information. There are more than 80 pages which include: Two page Informational Text Articles with Comprehension Questions and Activities: - The First Americans - Cultures of the Southwest - Cultures of the Northwest - Cultures of the Great Plains - Eastern Woodlands Natives - Mound Building Cultures - The Inuit Fictional Text with Comprehension Questions and Activities: - The Raven and The Crow: The Stolen Potlatch - The Legend of Good Luck - The Coyote and the Buffalo ***********************************************
ICT CURRICULUM BUNDLEQuick View
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ICT CURRICULUM BUNDLE

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ICT Curriculum We have produced a fun Technology Curriculum for Primary & Elementary Students. The complete program consists of 90 Lessons spread over 3 Levels (3 units per level). Level 1 Term 1 Introduction to Future TV Advertising Creating a Newsletter Introduction to 2D Animation Creating a News Flash Animation Creating a Short Film - Storyboarding Creating a Short Film - Pics and Vids Creating a Short Film - Windows Movie Maker Creating a Short Film - Finalizing and Presentation My PowerPoint Presentation Term 2 Elements of a Multimedia Presentation and Virtual Cities My Dream Bedroom The Recording Studio Downloading Movie Clips Digital Cameras Introduction to Photo Editing Microsoft Excel - Big Mac Prices Microsoft Excel - BBQ Party Robot Control and Programming My City PowerPoint Presentation Term 3 Fantasy World An Introduction to 3D - My 3D Head A Home for My 3D Head Introduction to 3D Animation 3D Animation II - Creating a Scene My 3D Animation in a Website 3D Virtual Worlds Fantasy Characters Database My Fantasy World Avatar The Great Alice Challenge Level 2 Term 1 The Art Gallery Project Abstract Art Self Portraits - Lesson 1 Self Portraits - Lesson 2 Digital Sculpture - Lesson 1 Digital Sculpture - Lesson 2 Poems and Calligrams My Art Gallery Video - Part 1 My Art Gallery Video - Part 2 My Public Art Gallery Term 2 Medieval Adventure Castle Features and Folks Medieval Sports Heroes & Villains - Part 1 Heroes & Villains - Part 2 Arms & Armor Quest for Magical Powers - Part 1 Quest for Magical Powers - Part 2 The Final Showdown - Part 1 The Final Showdown - Part 2 Term 3 Online Shopping Planning My Online Toy Shop Designing My Online Toy Shop Products Database Customize My Website Designing Your Own Toys Marketing My Website Checking Out the Competition Website Success Criteria Launching Our Websites Level 3 Term 1 Crime Scene Investigators Forensic Workers Database Hunting for Evidence Solving Crimes Catching the Criminal Clear Evidence Breaking News! (Blogs) Recording My Audio Newscast My Video Newscast Wrapping Up My CSI Detective Project Term 2 Creatures and Zoos Hybrid Animals Animal Sounds Animals of the Future Hybrid Animals Show Planning My Zoo Game Making - Part 1 Game Making - Part 2 Game Making - Part 3 Wrapping Up My Zoo Project Plus much more…
Letter From Birmingham Jail & Call For Unity – Common Core AlignedQuick View
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Letter From Birmingham Jail & Call For Unity – Common Core Aligned

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In 1963, eight white clergymen wrote a letter condemning nonviolent protests happening in Alabama. From a jail cell, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr wrote a response to each argument presented by the clergymen. This letter contains some of Dr. King’s most recognized quotes such as, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” and “We know through painful experience that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.” This unit focuses on analyzing arguments presented in the two letters, responding to various text dependent questions, and participating in a Socratic seminar. This unit is a LOW PREP resource for teachers. The Texts: - Annotated and Student Copy of “Call For Unity” - Student Copy of “Letter From Birmingham Jail” Graphic Organizers: - Reviewing Arguments - Writing Counterarguments - Responding to Arguments - Tracing Claims
 The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe - Comic BookQuick View
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The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe - Comic Book

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My aim in designing this comic book is to create a visual setting for the narrative of 'The Raven' that will help the student come to a better understanding of the story line by supplementing the literary devices and symbols that Poe used when writing his famous poem. It can be printed for easy distribution, displayed as a slide show on a computer or used on an e.book reader, iPad or other tablet. This is a useful resource for classes studying the Gothic Horror genre. It also makes a great addition to classes during the Halloween season! 49 pages This product includes; 1. A twenty one page color version of the comic with an explanation of the story and hints on how to use it. There are PDF and EPUB versions for use on computers or tablets. 2. The same twenty one page comic in black and white for easy printing. (There are two BW versions. Version 2 has no background which makes it easier to print) 3. A two page work sheet that can be used by students to record new words and expressions, make notes on their understanding of each stanza, and write an analysis based on their studies. 4. Five pages of teacher notes containing suggestions on the use of the comic with students, along with web links to other useful resources. You can find my other resources, including more comic books and multi-media resources here; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources-shop/kibishipaul Other Edgar Allan Poe resources in my store; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-tell-tale-heart-by-edgar-allan-poe-comic-book-11123649
Ray Bradbury's 'Fahrenheit 451': Study PromptsQuick View
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Ray Bradbury's 'Fahrenheit 451': Study Prompts

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This 18-page resource consists of a set of short writing tasks, and formal essay questions in the style of AP and IB examinations. The initial tasks focus student attention on significant aspects of the text, and build up a full understanding of what Ray Bradbury is trying to achieve, how he is trying to achieve it, and how successful he has been. Overall, the resource helps students develop a whole range of reading and critical skills and provides practice in writing coherent responses to probing questions on works of literature. The text-based questions can, additionally, be used as a basis for class discussion, and the essay topics as an invaluable tool for pre-examination revision and rehearsal. At a time-saving level, teachers will be relieved of the need to develop their own units of study for the work, and to seek out relevant questions from past examinations. The resource effectively promotes the Common Core State Standards CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.9-10.1-6 and CC.ELA-LITERACY.RL.11.12.1-6.
2015 College and Career Readiness-Language Arts WorksheetsQuick View
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2015 College and Career Readiness-Language Arts Worksheets

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Why should you go through the hassle of aligning your assessments to CCSS-College and Career Anchor Standards-Language Arts when it is already done for you in this product. Each of the 6 sections is preceded by the Common Core alignment page. Worksheets are a comprehensive reading, writing, and grammar usage practice and/or review activity. This product makes a terrific assessment tool for your high school language arts and/or GED prep class. Worksheets include the following prompts: -Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. -The following sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. -Part or the entire following sentence is underlined; beneath the sentence are five ways of phrasing the underlined material. -The following passage contains either a single error or no error at all in the underlined portion. If the underlined portion contains an error, circle the letter which corresponds to the correct answer. -The passages in this test are followed by 1 or more questions. After reading the passage, circle the letter which corresponds to the best answer to each question. You may refer to the passage as often as necessary. -Extended Response-Write an essay on the following topic. Each worksheet aligns with one or more of the following Colllege and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language Arts: Language Conventions of Standard English: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.L.2 Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. Knowledge of Language: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.L.3 Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening. Vocabulary Acquisition and Use: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.L.4 Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases by using context clues, analyzing meaningful word parts, and consulting general and specialized reference materials, as appropriate. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.L.5 Demonstrate understanding of figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meanings. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.L.6 Acquire and use accurately a range of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases sufficient for reading, writing, speaking, and listening at the college and career readiness level; demonstrate independence in gathering vocabulary knowledge when encountering an unknown term important to comprehension or expression.
Investigating the Climate System - PrecipitationQuick View
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Investigating the Climate System - Precipitation

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This module was developed as part of the series 'Investigating the Climate System.' The series includes five modules: Clouds, Energy, Precipitation, Weather, and Winds. While these materials were developed under one series title, they were designed so that each module could be used independently.
ACT English and Reading Practice WorksheetsQuick View
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ACT English and Reading Practice Worksheets

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If you want to assess students' readiness for the ACT test, this great resource is for you! It is a comprehensive practice and review and/or test (95 pages) for the ACT English and Reading sections. This product is one of my finest ACT prep resources, and as a bonus, if you purchase this product you will have upgrades for life. At this time it includes 95 pages, with College and Career Readiness Standards indicated before each section. This practice tests include the following prompts: -Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. -The following sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. -Part or the entire following sentence is underlined; beneath the sentence are five ways of phrasing the underlined material. -The following passage contains either a single error or no error at all in the underlined portion. If the underlined portion contains an error, circle the letter which corresponds to the correct answer. -The passages in this test are followed by 1 or more questions. After reading the passage, circle the letter which corresponds to the best answer to each question. You may refer to the passage as often as necessary. An essay writing prompt: -Write an essay on the following topic(s). Make sure students get all of the practice that they need. Remember "Practice Makes Perfect". This product is similar to SAT Practice Test English Reading and Writing, so please do not purchase both. If you would like great ACT math products, please visit My Shop. Total Pages-100 Answer Key-Included
Fahrenheit 451: Study PromptsQuick View
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Fahrenheit 451: Study Prompts

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This 18-page resource is a set of short writing tasks, and formal essay questions in the style of A Level, AP and IB examinations. The initial tasks focus student attention on significant aspects of each chapter (‘Section’), and build up a full understanding of what Ray Bradbury is trying to achieve, how he is trying to achieve it, and how successful he has been. The chapter-based questions can, additionally, be used as a basis for class discussion, and the essay topics as an invaluable tool for pre-examination revision and rehearsal. At a time-saving level, teachers will be relieved of the need to develop their own units of study for the work, and to seek out relevant questions from past examinations. ‘These prompts are a terrific tool for generating class discussions, creating short answer exams, or longer essay assignments. I have purchased a number of them and am impressed with each one’ (from the LitWorks.com Commendations page).
SAT Practice Test-English (Reading and Writing)Quick View
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SAT Practice Test-English (Reading and Writing)

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Great practice (95 pages) for the SAT English-Reading and Writing Test. This product is one of my finest SAT prep resources. It has been one of my best-sellers for the last couple of months, and if you purchase this product, you will have upgrades for life. (It began as a 20 page resource. The now, 95 pages, with College and Career Readiness Standards indicated before each section, has been added due to buyer feedback.) This practice tests include the following prompts: -Choose the word or set of words that, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. -The following sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. -Part or the entire following sentence is underlined; beneath the sentence are five ways of phrasing the underlined material. -The following passage contains either a single error or no error at all in the underlined portion. If the underlined portion contains an error, circle the letter which corresponds to the correct answer. -The passages in this test are followed by 1 or more questions. After reading the passage, circle the letter which corresponds to the best answer to each question. You may refer to the passage as often as necessary. An essay writing prompt has been added as a result of buyer feedback: -Write an essay on the following topic(s). Make sure students get all of the practice that they need. Remember "Practice Makes Perfect".
Transit Math Teacher GuideQuick View
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Transit Math Teacher Guide

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Although planets, stars and other celestial bodies move through space in complicated ways, space is so vast that rarely do such bodies collide. However, when someone watches these movements from a distant vantage point, it sometimes looks as though collisions occur because of the perspective. The introduction of Transit Math clearly explains the apparent 'collisions,' eclipses, transits and occultations to middle school students. The variety of concepts in this 44-problem collection includes synodic periods, planetary conjunctions, geometry, fractions, linear equations and probability.
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The History and Discovery of Asteroids

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Learners will explore scientific discoveries and the technologies as a sequence of events that led eventually to the Dawn mission. This standards-aligned module is organized around a learning cycle and engages students in a number of experience in order for the teacher to activate students' prior knowledge, assess student conceptual understanding in order to inform instruction. Many of the MS Word documents below are password-protected. This means that there are special restrictions in effect.
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The History and Discovery of Asteroids

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Learners will explore scientific discoveries and the technologies as a sequence of events that led eventually to the Dawn mission. This standards-aligned module is organized around a learning cycle and engages students in a number of experience in order for the teacher to activate students' prior knowledge, assess student conceptual understanding in order to inform instruction. - See more at: http://dawn.jpl.nasa.gov/DawnClassrooms/1_hist_dawn/#sthash.BvrnKOBT.dpuf
PHYSICS A level AQA Student NotesQuick View
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PHYSICS A level AQA Student Notes

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These are copies of my AQA Physics notes I have created for my A level Physics students from many sources. They are particularly helpful for revision, for undertaking flipped teaching and especially for students who struggle to take notes in lessons. Please let me know if you find them useful in any way.