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Alternative Practices of Agriculture
In this agriculture worksheet, middle schoolers read the pages related to the discovery and practice of alternative ways of producing new crops. Then the graphic organizer is filled out for each idea.
Proportion Word Problems
In this proportion word problem worksheet, learners read real-life problems and solve proportions. This four-page worksheet contains 18 problems. Answers are provided on the last page.
BBC: British Council Word Building 3
In this recognizing words with prefixes and suffixes worksheet, students identify the words that are spelled correctly. Students choose 6 multiple choice answers.
Oklahoma Wheat on the World Market
Sixth graders explore profit and loss in the wheat trading market. In this sixth grade mathematics lesson/social studies lesson, 6th graders play a “Wheat Market Trading Game” in order to investigate the concept of supply and demand and it’s affect on the price of wheat. Students graph the results of the buying and selling activity.
Global Wrap 11/18/08
Students examine the global economy. In this economics lesson plan, students participate in reading and research activities about gross domestic product, consumer prices, inflation, consumer price index, industrial production, and unemployment rates in the global marketplace. Students examine the global economic crisis of 2008 as they conduct further research on the economies of selected nations.
HIV/AIDS in Our Spanish-Speaking Community and the World
Students study the HIV virus and how it has impacted the hispanic community. In this infectious disease instructional activity students discover how HIV/Aids is found all over the world, what misconceptions are out there and what kinds of treatments are needed.
Preterite vs. Imperfect #2
Print a series of these conjugation half-sheets to use as bell-ringers! This one focuses on using the preterite and imperfect tenses. Intermediate Spanish scholars use the verbs in parentheses to complete each of the sentences provided. Get your class focused and ready to review the imperfect tense!
Manifestations of the Manifesto
Learners explore the workings of FARC, a Marxist guerilla group in Colombia, as well as study the basics of Marxism. They examine the discrepancies between Marxist theory and Marxism as it is actually realized in Colombia and other parts of the world.
Fighting for Fair Farming
Students consider various economic terms, examine the impact of subsidies on farmers and other industries, write essays explaining the subsidy process, and illustrate through posters how subsidies affect both domestic and foreign markets.
The World On a String
Students connect a string to one another where they each represent a country and share problems of their imports and exports. In this imports and exports lesson plan, students pull on strings and the students that feel the tug realize they are effected by this problem.
Ninth graders participate in a simulation of a select scientific team from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Wind, What Causes It?
Students explore what causes wind, why wind behaves as it does, early cultural beliefs about wind, high and low pressure systems, basic fluid dynamics, units of measurement for wind, and how lift is caused; students create and fly kites.
Exchange Rates and Exchange: How Money Affects Trade
Explore exchange rates and how to use them. You will find a full lesson, complete with worksheets, resource links, and activities all focused on providing learners with experience in global commerce and currency exchange.
Earth's Heavenly Treasures: Hummingbirds
Students gain an understanding of the life, the size, the habitat, and the migration of the hummingbird. They gather data from the video and additional resources and compare the life of the hummingbird to other birds.
Students study the differences between native and non-native species, and how there are problems created when non-native species are introduced. They examine the different types of control methods used to curb the spread of non-native species.
Climbing Mount Everest
Young scholars use the Discovery Channel's webstie to take a virtual tour of Mount Everest. They read about different people who have climbed the mountain successfully. They also compare the gear used today and in the past for climbing.
Students use the Internet to research and discover information about expeditions that were formed to observe the transit of Venus. In groups, they work together to present information about the expeditions and create a visual aid.
Ethical Ways to Acquire and Distribute Fish as a Food Source
Young scholars complete a variety of activities as they examine the ethics of acquiring and distributing fish as a food source. They touch on the ethics involved in genetically modified salmon, as well.
Culture - Unit on Religion and Globalization
Students examine the impact of religious beliefs on perspectives about globalization. They watch and discuss a video, identify the role of the International Monetary Fund, read and discuss articles, and write an essay.
Canada Now and in the Future
Eleventh graders research the current and projected population density in Canada and factor in the amount of habitable land. They focus their research by completing a worksheet and consider how to lessen their own personal impact on the land.