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In this Boyle's Law worksheet, students choose an experiment where pressure or volume is dependent on the other and they graph the inverse relationship between the two. They increase or decrease the independent variable and use their data to calculate 1/V for each data point. Students do this for an ideal gas, carbon dioxide, helium gas and nitrogen gas. They answer 10 questions about their results and the relationship between volume and pressure.
Students investigate their body-mass index and ideal weight. In this body-mass index instructional activity, students learn to define, calculate, and record the index by accessing the Internet. They use an assigned web site to find their ideal weight, create an electronic portfolio using Word, and make a bar graph of their final BMI recordings.
High schoolers identify each of the three rotations for the READ 180 classroom (computer, independent reading, and small group instruction) and the expectations for each. They check out audiotapes and books for independent reading and discuss the anti-bullying materials provided during small-group lessons. Finally, students describe an ideal classroom learning environment and make commitments toward that ideal.