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Third graders explore geography by writing a short essay. In this ecology lesson, 3rd graders read assigned text based on the climate of Louisiana's wetlands, why they are in danger and how they act as an essential environment for wild life. Students complete an on-line graphic organizer regarding wetlands and write an essay using PowerPoint software.
Third graders investigate Earth science by viewing a video clip. In this wild weather lesson, 3rd graders define a list of vocabulary terms associated with tornadoes and extreme weather before viewing a video clip on the web. Students utilize PowerPoint software to create a slide show regarding tornado safety.
Young scholars investigate average in a literature setting. In this averages in a literature setting lesson, students read passages from "The Phantom Tollbooth". Young scholars identify portions of the passages that deal with average. Students discuss what average means in terms of money and number of children.
High schoolers focus on making connections among different classes of polynomial functions by exploring graphs of function. In this polynomial function lesson, students explain the relationship between linear factors of a polynomial function and the graph of the function. High schoolers also sketch a parabola that is the product of the two linear expression and find the equations of lines that could be components of the polynomial.
Students collect and graph data about themselves. In this collecting and graphing data lesson, students poll their classmates about how many siblings they have or they measure their height. Students make a bar graph of their data. Students discuss the bar graph and the meaning of each bar.
Students look for functions within a given set of date. In this analyzing data lesson, students analyze data to determine the type of function that most closely matches the data. Students also demonstrate an understanding of how modifying parameters will change graphs of functions by writing equations for those functions.