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Young scholars write persuasive speeches to recruit soldiers for a Civil War company. In this Civil War U.S. history and writing lesson, students work in groups to create a recruiting poster and write a speech to persuade soldiers to join their company. Young scholars role play a military position as they gain and lose company members.
Students are introduced to the concept of thermodynamics. In groups, they participate in experiments in which they discover how potential energy converts into kinetic energy. They use the internet to research the components of a combustion engine and explain the four-stroke combustion cycle. They use all of their information to create a Science Fair project.
Students read various novels and articles about the contributions of the Wright Brothers. Individually, they are tested on their comprehension of the material and discuss. In groups, they research the role of the people in their life and the mechanics of flight. They determine how work by other people such as Da Vinci and Langley helped make this dream of flying a reality.
Students analyze antitrust enforcement. In this American economics lesson, students listen to their instructor present a lecture regarding the details of the free market system and antitrust laws. Students respond to discussion questions pertaining the lecture and participate in an classroom activity.
Learners explore commercial space exploration. In this space instructional activity, students research NASA's proposal to utilize private companies for their space missions. Learners view video segments on NASA public -private space flight partnerships, then present a sales pitch to the class, as if they were a commercial company. This instructional activity includes many interesting resources.
High schoolers outline the major events in the history of Onondaga Lake. They identify the parties involved in the events of Onondaga Lake. Students determine the sources of pollution that impacted Onondaga lake. They outline the major land uses of the area around Onondaga Lake. High schoolers identify the impacts, both positive and negative, each form of land use had on the Onondaga Lake area.
Students study classical music and learn about competitions as well as musical careers. In this music study instructional activity, students read about the Klein String Competition and the importance of competitions in shaping musical careers. Students listen to classical music pieces and analyze the pieces. Students review music terminology, research the history of the violin family, and write a short report about the topic.
Seventh graders research the links between Texas and U.S. history. They explore their ties to the Progressive Era and World War I. Students analyze one of the main themes of economics. They view why migration and the Mexican Revolution's impact in international politics overwhelmed all involved.