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Ninth graders demonstrate application of area, surface, and volume. They apply formulas to a model of the classroom so they can determine the volume and surface area of the classroom.
Students utilize population pyramids to answer questions, make comparisons, draw conclusions and support predictions about the populations of China, India and the Unites States. They arrange numbers and symbolic information from various census bureau population pyramids.
Students apply research skills to obtain information on training and education requirement for post-secondary requirements. They complete a scavenger hunt, complete a checklist and a college comparison worksheet.
Students explore their senses. In this biology lesson plan, students will learn about their senses, what affects them, and how the brain works to control our senses in a series of lab activities.
Focus your attention in the classroom to recognize the importance of our nation's transportation systems.
Get your future professionals working in teams as part of a college and career readiness lesson. Discuss times learners have been on teams. What worked and what didn't? How did they settle disagreements? There is a teamwork handout here which has scholars check off their competency with various teamwork skills. Although the lesson suggests having them check these off as a reflection of a past group project, consider incorporating a group activity into this lesson before even discussing the objective. This will streamline discussion and the worksheet responses.
Students locate and print samples of two different business letter formats. They write rough drafts of business letters inquiring when, where, and how math is used.
Students examine factors that motivated immigrants to move to Texas. They locate features on the Texas bird's-eye view website, and develop an art or writing project either from a townsperson's or immigrant's perspective.
Sixth graders use the Internet to find information.  In this fair trade activity, 6th graders discuss the concepts of economic interdependence and fair trade.  Students use the Internet to find artisans of products from around the world and answer the question of how fair trade improves the quality of life in Latin American countries.
Students explore correct social behaviors. In this social skills lesson plan, students take turns modeling correct social behaviors in various settings. Students write text for a social story and share them with the class.
Seventh graders review graphing procedures and practice locating points using x,y coordinates. Students calculate the areas of the top and bottom surfaces of the airfoil. They construct a test model of the airfoil.
Students evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of business logos, and design a logo for a business of their choice. They transfer their logo onto t-shirts and present their logos to the class.
Students explain key concepts of human migration through the examination of maps and migration patterns. They research and document the impact of migration on a region's cultural landscape.
Students, in groups, develop a new sports team, design a multi-use stadium for the team, and promote a special event at the stadium.
Students examine the value of ecosystems. They read and analyze an article, evaluate ecosystem services, research the benefits of biomonitors, and design a public service announcement.
Students discover advances in biomedical technology such as transdermal delivery and other non-invasive procedures. In lab activities, they examine how medication is given and how molecules travel, observe electrophoresis, and conduct several experiments in groups. In another activity, students inspect how drugs are delivered through a stent and how catheters and angioplasty balloons are inserted.
Students develop and design their own clothing line in this Visual Arts lesson plan about the intricacies of the fashion world. Emphasis is placed upon current and vintage designs, famous designers, and the development of individual design styles.
Learners utilize children's literature and maps to explore reasons for past and present settlement. They give various reasons people in the past or present have chosen to settle and live in different regions of the United States. Complete a map that races a migration route of a pioneer family by using information from historical records.
In this language arts worksheet, students examine the 101 reasons for taking a class in Latin. The syllabus has classical art for background on the cover page.
Use the RAFT writing method to practice writing for an audience and use Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in the lesson. Middle schoolers read and listen to the novel and complete RAFT analysis activities for the novel. They complete a cumulative vocabulary test, crossword puzzles, and various RAFT writing assignments.