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Census-takers view the Internet to find the total population of a city and its total land area. They work with different mathematical scenarios that involve populations and land area in their city. They complete math problems and unit conversion charts.
Students use conversion factors to solve problems. In this algebra lesson, students convert between Metric and English Units. They measure different objects and using both systems in their units.
Why do we use phones? How does our language change on the phone? Learners practice phone conversations with the dialogues provided. They practice written phone dialogues with a partner, and create and perform phone conversations to discuss how phone use has changed over the years.
Fifth graders use concepts of measurement to record the dimensions of a pencil. The unit of a pencil is used to compare it as part of a larger measurement like a yard. Students convert equivalent fractions accurately. Students also explain how conversions are made.
Students recall word problems that involve place value along with conversion of decimals to fractions. Included are hundreds, tens, units, tenths, hundredths and thousandths. They independently work on a variety of equations converting decimals to fractions.
Students explore the rebound of balls. In this energy conversion lesson, students explore the physics behind the rebound of various types of sports balls. Through the experimental design process using balloons, students investigate and draw conclusions about the affect of potential and kinetic energy on sports balls.
In this mathematics worksheet, students apply dimensional analysis to solving each problem. They identify the conversion factor and describe a unique characteristic of a conversion factor. Students also identify the unit in the final answer and explain why this unit occurs.
In this conversation worksheet, students read the conversation and then complete multiple choice and fill in the blank questions about the conversation. Students complete 12 questions total.
Students role-play telephone conversations. They view a video of a telephone conversation and discuss the vocabulary used during the conversation. They practice conversations and substitute responses.
Fifth graders practice using measuring tools by creating conversion flash cards.  In this measuring lesson, 5th graders identify the different measurements often used when cooking and create cards which describe the conversion ratio into another measurement unit.  Students are quizzed on their ratio knowledge afterwards.
Student use formulas to calculate information in spreadsheets. They use formulas for temperature conversion to create a chart displaying the average temperatures for major European cities.
In this calculations worksheet, learners express numbers in scientific notation and determine the number of significant figures. Students find conversion factors to change units. This worksheet has 8 word problems.
Students assess the role of communication within various jobs. In this investigation lesson, students discuss the needs and types of communication in the workforce, then make their own communication device. This device is used to role play conversations that would take place at the workplace.
The hour is nigh for your class to practice equivalency problems in the form of time-zone conversions. They write equations to describe elapsed time and apply problem solving strategies, including writing a plan, to solve the problems.
Students explain how mechanical energy is conserved in falling objects. In this physics lesson, students design and construct a roller coaster based on given requirements. They draw and explain their model.
Through a station rotation activity, scientists complete 9 chemistry activities to complete this interactive worksheet. Concepts include molar masses, percent composition, accuracy vs. precision, mass of an object, scientific notation, measurement conversion, volume and mass, and a final lab practical section. High schoolers will enjoy moving around the room to finish this challenging assignment. Consider using as a final exam or unit assessment.
What to do if there is more than one answer? The final of five lessons explores this with real-world problems that teach how to use operations to convert measurements. A review of the units used for different types of measurement is followed by a discussion about how to know when there is more than one possible answer. Then, diagrams are used to solve a multi-step problem in two different ways.
Students discuss the term initiating a conversation which means you make statements to begin a discussion with another person. They discuss if you initiate a conversation, then you have to tell the other person that you would like to talk with him or her.
Three versions of the same lesson are explained in this writeup intended to investigate the energy conversion efficiency of your school's photovoltaic system. The first requirement then, is access to a solar system. You also need ammeters, voltmeters, incandescent light fixtures, Vernier units, graphing calculators, or calculator-based lab units depending on which alternative you choose to use. You must be familiar with the use of the equipment as the lesson plan does not explain in detail. Because of the materials required, implementing this lesson is not feasible for everyone.
Students investigate the concepts of energy conversion and conservation. They research the history of energy conversions into electrical energy. They design experiments in order to replicate a conversion of energy into electricity.

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