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Students design and carry out an experiment according to the scientific method. The experiment must test the effects of time and concentration on the rate of diffusion of potassium permanganate into potato cubes. After performing the experiment, Students prepare a written report of their results and a graph of their data.
In this electrical worksheet, students draw a schematic design and build a Op-amp model to grasp the understanding of non-linear op-amp circuits before answering a series of 17 open-ended questions. Students will analyze schematics in order to answer the questions. This worksheet is printable and there are on-line answers to the questions.
Students participate in relating the role of the arts in defining identity. They examine the community in West African society and how members of that community define their role. They view how artifacts, music and performance can express one's identity and mark life passages from birth to death.
Students become familiar with the art and architecture and history of the Chicago World's Fair. In this public arts project lesson, students compare and contrast fine art and public art through a study of the exhibits at the Chicago World's Fair. Students examine and discuss neoclassical design and modernist design. Students complete worksheets after examining pictures.
Fourth graders design a necklace using beads. In this algebraic math lesson, 4th graders are given small packs of beads to use in creating a pattern for a necklace, then determine how many packs of beads they would need to complete the necklace and how much the necklace would cost. Lesson includes extension activities and a follow-up article explaining this type of activity.
Students differentiate the volume of a box to find dimensions that yield the largest volume. In this differentiating the volume of a box to find dthe dimensions that yield the largest volume lesson plan, students make a model of the box they will be differentiating. Students design a box for a doughnut company that has the largest volume given a set size of cardboard. Students use their Ti-89 to differentiate the volume of their box.
Young scholars examine economic policy. In this Economics instructional activity, students learn about the structure of the Federal Reserve System and the functioning of the Federal Open Market Committee. The four-instructional activity unit consists of simulations and internet research designed to have young scholars take on the roles of participants in a FOMC meeting.
In this electrical circuit learning exercise, students draw a schematic design and build a circuit board to grasp the understanding of inductive reactance before answering a series of 13 open-ended questions. This learning exercise is printable and the answers are revealed online.
Students explore comic book superheroes. They make connections between their adventures and everyday life experiences. They work in collaborative groups to conduct research, design cover art, and create an interactive Venn diagram comparing real life heroes and comic book superheroes.