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NatureGlo's eScience publishes digital downloads composed of PowerPoints/Slideshows with accompanying study guides per lesson. If you don't use PowerPoint, then you can elect to use the pdf files as slideshows.

NatureGlo's eScience publishes digital downloads composed of PowerPoints/Slideshows with accompanying study guides per lesson. If you don't use PowerPoint, then you can elect to use the pdf files as slideshows.
Summer Science - Fascinating Rocks and Minerals A to Z (P to Z) Part II Course Curriculum
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Summer Science - Fascinating Rocks and Minerals A to Z (P to Z) Part II Course Curriculum

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The course handbook is found with Part I. This is Part II of NatureGlo's eScience Fascinating Minerals A - Z 8-lesson course. Part I can be found here: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/fascinating-rocks-and-minerals-a-to-z-a-to-o-part-i-course-curriculum-11296573 A FREE SAMPLE of the first lesson can be found here at this link: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/free-sample-rocks-and-minerals-a-z-series-minerals-a-d-unit-study-11276168 This course can be used for: * Classroom supplement * Teacher lesson plans either used in whole or part for science classes * A high school elective course * Homeschool parents guiding their children through the course * Self-pacing option for independent learners * A classroom of students for individual projects research What's in this bundle? 1). Total of 24 files, three file formats for all 4 PowerPoint lessons (PPTX, PPT and pdf); pdfs can be used as slideshows using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 2). 4 study guides (1 per PowerPoint lesson) in pdf format 3). 4 PowerPoint review questions (10 questions each) 4). 3 quizzes 5). Handbook for full course is included in Part I found here: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/fascinating-rocks-and-minerals-a-to-z-a-to-o-part-i-course-curriculum-11296573 6). Each group of minerals studied per lesson has a web page which includes: Web resources per mineral studied, project and activity ideas, suggested course videos to watch and informative videos. Please note: Although the full study (Part I ordered separately) is suggested for 8 weeks (NatureGlo's live class for this course meets once a week for a 1-hour session), the course can be done according to the student's pace. Fascinating Minerals A - Z is a not only a geological journey, but includes connections with history, geography, art and crafts. This unit study addresses the following minerals: Lesson #5 – P – Q: Peridot, Pentagonite & Quintinite Lesson #6 – R – S: Rutile, Spinel Lesson #7 – T – V: Talc, Ulexite, Variscite Lesson #8 – W - Z: Wavellite, Xenotime, Yugawaralite, Zinc
Fascinating Rocks and Minerals A to Z (A to O) Part I Course Curriculum
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Fascinating Rocks and Minerals A to Z (A to O) Part I Course Curriculum

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This is Part I of NatureGlo's eScience Fascinating Minerals A - Z 8-lesson course. Part II can be found here: A FREE SAMPLE of the first lesson can be found here at this link: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/free-sample-rocks-and-minerals-a-z-series-minerals-a-d-unit-study-11276168 This course can be used for: * Classroom supplement * Teacher lesson plans either used in whole or part for science classes * A high school elective course * Homeschooling parents guiding their children through the course * Self-pacing option for independent learners * A classroom of students for individual projects research What's in this bundle? 1). Total of 24 files, three file formats for all 8 PowerPoint lessons (PPTX, PPT and pdf); pdfs can be used as slideshows using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 2). 4 study guides (1 per PowerPoint lesson) in pdf format 3). 4 PowerPoint review questions (10 questions each) 4). 3 quizzes 5). A handbook for this course 6). Each group of minerals studied per lesson has a web page which includes: Web resources per mineral studied, project and activity ideas, suggested course videos to watch and informative videos. The Handbook includes: 1). Instructions for how to use the lessons 2). How to View NatureGlo’s eScience PowerPoint PDFs as a Slideshow 3). Course checklist 4). Fascinating Minerals A – Z Final Review Study Guide 5). Fascinating Minerals A – Z Test 6). Student Project Scoring Rubric Please note: Although the full study (Part II ordered separately) is suggested for 8 weeks (NatureGlo's live class for this course meets once a week for a 1-hour session), the course can be done according to the student's pace. Fascinating Minerals A - Z is a not only a geological journey, but includes connections with history, geography, art and crafts. This unit study address the following minerals: Lesson #1 – A - D: Azurite, Brookite, Chalcanthite, Charoite, Dioptase Lesson #2 – E – H: Epidote, Flourite, Goethite, Halite Lesson #3 – I – K: Icosahedrite, Jasper, Kröhnkite Lesson #4 – L – O: Lead, Moonstone, Nickel, Onyx
FREE SAMPLE! Rocks & Minerals A - Z Series: Minerals A - D Unit Study
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FREE SAMPLE! Rocks & Minerals A - Z Series: Minerals A - D Unit Study

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*This is a SAMPLE of lesson #1 from NatureGlo's Fascinating Minerals A - Z Part I and II full course. You can have a look at Fascinating Minerals A - Z (A - O) Part I here: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/fascinating-rocks-and-minerals-a-to-z-a-to-o-part-i-course-curriculum-11296573 Fascinating Minerals P - Z (Part II) is found here: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/fascinating-rocks-and-minerals-a-to-z-p-to-z-part-ii-course-curriculum-handbook-with-part-i-11297794 There are hundreds of minerals starting with each letter of the alphabet. This unit study addresses five minerals, dedicating two to the letter C and one mineral to each of the rest of the letters A, B, and D. The minerals taught in this series include, the deep blue azurite, brookite, mineral of Wales, chalcanthite, of sky blue , charoite, the unmistakable violet stone and dioptase, the emerald look-alike. The following minerals are taught in this first short unit study: 1). A - The deep blue azurite 2). B - Brookite, mineral of Wales 3). C - Chalcanthite, of sky blue 4). C - Charoite, the unmistakable violet stone 5). D - Dioptase, the emerald look-alike. This unit includes the following: 1). A profusely illustrated 20-slide PowerPoint (original with more info and slides) 2). 12-page sample study guide 3). 5 out of 10 sample review questions complimenting the PowerPoint information 4). Journal template for journaling about the students favorite mineral A - D 5). Scoring rubric for student chosen project or activity about minerals A - D 6). 5 out of 10 sample question quiz (same questions used for the review) 7). Sample answer key for the review questions/quiz 8). A link to NatureGlo's eScience Rocks & Minerals Virtual Library Minerals A - D resource page (including web links, project and activity ideas and videos)