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Fall 2004 Midterm Exam #2 - Electricity and Magnetism
Written for a college physics course, this midterm examination deals with electric and magnetic fields. When taking this test, learners answer multiple choice questions, solve problems, and analyze a variety of attractive diagrams. Because it was designed for a general physics college course, it would also be appropriate to administer to your high school advanced placement physics classes.
11th - Higher Ed Science
Take-Home Midterm Exam #3
The University of Hawaii has published a vast collection of midterm and final exams for their Physics 152 course. This particular exam offers a variety of assessment methods, and covers the topic of electromagnetic radiation. Multiple-choice, drawing light rays, short-answer, and problem-solving questions are available.
10th - Higher Ed Science
AP: Chapter 42: Circulation & Gas Exchange
Immerse biology learners in circulation and gas exchange for both simple organisms and higher animals. Six pages of short-answer questions and labelling of the human respiratory system are included. This assignment was written for an advanced placement biology course and zeroes in on the relationship between the circulatory and respiratory systems.
9th - Higher Ed Science
Debates on Persuasive Language That Extend Outside of Class
There is no better sight to see than a classroom full of eager young adults, hands raised high, eager to jump into a class discussion. Get your class identifying and discussing rhetorical strategies and then debating long into the night with this current events-centered lesson plan.
9th - 12th English Language Arts
"Size 6: The Western Women's Harem" by Fatema Mernissi
Intended for a mature, advanced placement audience, this set of questions accompanies an essay by Fatema Mernissi regarding clothing size and the possible implications for not fitting in with what is considered the norm. A very interesting read (found online), coupled with these thought-provoking questions will surely spark discussion amongst your learners.
10th - 12th English Language Arts
Political Culture: A Self-Evaluation
Young scholars explore the concept of popular culture. In this popular culture lesson, students take the provided survey on their opinions of political culture and beliefs. Young scholars graph the survey results and discuss them.
7th - 10th Social Studies & History
Riemann Sums and the Fundemental Theorem of Calculus
Students explore the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. In the Calculus lesson, students investigate indefinite and definite integrals and the relationship between the two, which leads to the discovery of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
11th - 12th Math
Parametric, Vector, Polar, and 3D Functions
Twelfth graders investigate the capabilities of the TI-89. In this calculus lesson, 12th graders explore the parametric equation for a circle, for arc length of curves, and for trajectories. Students investigate the symbolic and graphical representation of vectors.
Other Voices - Latino and Chicano Literature and Identity in America
Twelfth graders analyze "Dedication" and "Child of the Americas" using a double-journal format. They compare responses and infer meaning from the connotations of select images in the poems write a paragraph describing the importance of language in the poets self-identity.
12th English Language Arts
Eleventh graders answer the question Why Westborough? Why did their town develop as it did, what types of industry were here and why. They are introduced to journal writing. Students free write about ideas that stand out from class. They research Eli Whitney and write down an epitaph for his gravestone.
11th Social Studies & History
Who Started the Civil War? Comparing Perspectives on the Causes of the War
The discussion continues: Who started the Civil War? So why not get your intelligent learners involved. Readers use the account of Confederate spy Rose O’Neal Greenhow to begin their analysis of who started the war. Scholars are challenged to confirm or refute perspectives on the matter by using other accounts and opinions on who or what is to blame.
11th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Designed
New Review Intro - Resource Markets
What happens in a market when the people who are demanding are not consumers, but businesses? Here is a brief video in which an economics instructor introduces his unit on the resource market, explaining how individuals supply resources and comparing the resource market to a product market.
1 min 11th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable