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Fifth through eighth graders think of themselves as newspaper reporters as they listen to a presentation by a guest speaker. As reporters, they take notes during the presentation. Using these notes, they create a rough draft and then a final copy of their article. Extend this activity by submitting articles to the school or local newspaper.
Observe and demonstrate how to calculate state sales taxes. Learners create a sales tax chart by calculating the sales tax amount and tax inclusive retail price for school store items, then calculate the subtotals, sales tax amounts, and total purchase amounts for multi-item sales receipts.
Students, in special education and inclusion classes, practice writing skills by sharing notes with the teacher and each other. Using instruction sheets, they substitute words and rewrite the selection in a way they understand. In individual instruction sessions, students develop vocabulary comprehension skills and practice writing for clarity.
In this order of operations activity, students solve and complete 19 different problems. First, they use the order of operations to evaluate each expression. Then, students insert inclusion symbols to make each equation true. They also evaluate each equation given the values of each variable.
In this functions and graphs worksheet, students determine the domain and range of a given relation. They graph functions on a coordinate plane and write equations in the slope-intercept form. This twelve page worksheet contains 30 problems. Answers are provided on the last page.
Students read three different genre of fiction. They create a story map and brainstorm possible collage inclusions. Each students prepares a minimum of two scrapbook page entries for each text or passage. Students write beside each picture on the collage one or two sentences explaining why that picture represents something that would be important to the character.