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Students role-play to show how bank loans made to people can have an impact on others in the community. In small groups, they analyze hypothetical loans, using flow charts or other diagrams to describe the probable impact of each.
Learners use a pie (circle) to study fractions. They create their own fraction problems and demonstrate to their classmates how to solve the problems. They discuss ways they use fractions in their daily lives.
Students examine how national events effect them in New York. They examine case studies about individuals who represent different groups in society.
Learners examine laws that have affected women in history: the 1780's, following the United States independence from England; the 1880's, the time of westward expansion, the silver/gold era, and the coming of the Industrial Revolution.
Students recall unique characteristics of Nepalese painting, sculpture, and music, create an example from one area of Nepalese art,s and share this with the class.
Students demonstrate, in writing, the proper technique to measure, square, and cut a piece of stock to length using a circular saw.
Students plan a meal including shopping, preparing and meal and serving it. They become aware of different foods from different ethnic backgrounds and describe the displays in the store and why the items are displayed as they are.
Students compare and contrast the various types of architecture in the Southern colonies. Using slides, they discuss how the homes were made and the materials used. In groups, they identify how the types of homes reflected the lifestyles of the colonists living in the Southern colonies.
Students discuss the impact of not keeping the environment in balance for future generations. As a class, they are introduced to the concept of "Balance of Nature" and what it means. In groups, they research the role of trees and how to start a recycling program in their community. To end the lesson, they make their own compost pile and use the material to grow their own plants.
Fourth graders are introduced to the different cultural groups that have settled in Ohio. In groups, they research and describe the products and cultural practices of each group. Using the information, they create an accordion book for a quick reference guide to each group.
Pupils watch a demonstration on how to perform a proper internet search. Individually, they visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook and identify its purpose. They identify what professionals in a specific career do on the job and the requirements to hold the position.
Students are introduced to the elements of interior design. Using the these elements, they redesign an interior space and use proper colors. They summarize the elements of design and create color schemes for the interior and exterior of a house.
Students use the graph and equation of a perimeter function to find characteristics that minimizes the perimeter of a rectangle. They comprehend that in business situations, such as packaging and city planning, minimizing perimeter is an effective way to reduce production expenses. Students go the Minimize Perimeter activity and explore the minimum perimeter of a rectangle with a fixed area.
Students research the plight of homeless individuals and families, locally, within their country, or elsewhere. They problem-solve ideas to help alleviate homelessness. They then dramatically illustrate their solutions to be the problem of homelessness.
In this irregular verbs worksheet, pupils write the correct form of irregular verbs. Students identify the principle parts of given verbs. Pupils answer forty fill in the blank questions.
In this finding reasonable answers practice worksheet, students sharpen their problem solving skills as they solve 6 story problems.
Middle schoolers explore organizations founded for the common good. In this character education lesson, students read about organizations that developed for the common good during the Civil War and Reconstruction. In small groups, middle schoolers present this information to the class.
Students evaluate the Lengths of rooftop Rafters. In this measurement lesson, students calculate the lengths, slope, and width of different rooftop rafters. Students collaboratively investigate the data and prepare a presentation to discuss their findings.
Fourth graders explore the culture and tradition of the settlers of Ohio. In this Ohio history instructional activity, 4th graders research Native Americans, European immigrants, Amish/Appalachian cultural groups, African-Americans, and other immigrant groups who settled Ohio. Students create accordion books based on their findings.
Third graders compare how the lives of African American slave children differed from children's lives today. In this analysis of slavery lesson, 3rd graders evaluate and discuss the conditions of slavery in collaborative groups. Using information viewed and discussed over the prior two days, students create a poster project comparing their lives today to that of enslaved children.