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Students discuss African-American history from slavery to the civil rights movement. They discuss individual people who shpaed history by reading their biographies and researching the age in which they lived. Studnets comprehend the causes and effects of the civil rights movement in America.
Use the real-world cost of parking a car to demonstrate the properties of a function. The resource describes to learners how much it is to park in a certain lot. It is up to your number crunchers to complete a table of minutes and dollars, sketch a graph of dollars versus minutes, decide if the graph is a function, and state whether the inverse is a function.
Students complete pre reading, writing, post reading activities for the book Everglades National Park Animals. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Young scholars, working in small groups, create a Literature Land Theme Park as a reading response to a piece of literature. They design the rides for the park, the menus, the costumes, and write scripts for performers in the park based on rubric requirements. Finally, each group of students presents their project to the rest of the class.
Students complete pre reading, writing, post reading activities for the book Lost At The Fun Park. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Learners complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Footprints in the Park. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Students explore gardening and nutrition in the Rosa Parks Community Garden. They work in stations to discuss food choices, the life cycles of plants, and mini-composting. After starting in one station, they rotate to try each activity.
Read Baboon's Park independently or all together to identify the problem and solution in the plot. Specific reading comprehension questions are listed along with a writing prompt for readers to make a personal connection. Work on inferences with your young learners.
Using a word problem, learners practice estimation techniques. After leading the class through a solution to this problem, a teacher could have the class complete other estimation activities using this one as a model.
For this ESL worksheet, students listen or read to a description of where 10 employees park their cars in the company lot. Students complete a table with information from the reading/listening.
Covering author's craft, literary devices, and figurative language, a 20-page resource on Barbara Park's The Kid in the Red Jacket is a great way to help your learners understand all elements of the book. Designed for an individual summer reading activity for incoming fourth graders, the resource could be useful for a class book report or group reading project.
If you're reading The Kid in the Red Jacket by Barbara Park, use a handy reference sheet to help kids format a book report. After filling in the basics of the book, such as author, main characters, and setting, learners answer several questions about Howard's feelings and relationships. They finish the report by writing a summary of a possible sequel to the book.
Students recognize parts of plants and know that all plant parts are edible. They also should be able to give their function and name a food for every plant part. Students begin by rating the importance of plants and then create an edible chart of plant parts. Finally, they sample foods and discuss what part of the plant they come from.
In this ESL vocabulary and drawing worksheet, students read the word labels under 7 empty picture frames. Students illustrate the nouns which name things found in a park.
Students read Soccer at the Park. In this guided reading lesson, students preview the text and discuss the story vocabulary. Students read the text and make inferences as they read. Students write a sentence about the story.
Students develop a list of things to consider when developing an amusement park. After reading an article, they discover what issues arose when designing the new Disney park in California. In groups, they develop plastic models of an attraction that could fit in the same space as the new Disney park.
Learners work in groups to research, design, and create model water park using line segment theories coordinate. They produce individual design portfolios that include their ideas and opinions, design solutions, sketches and research notes. Student trip to water park for field testing is suggested. Four lessons on one page.
Students research the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon. They write a descriptive paper about the Park. They also write a speech about why the Grand Canyon should be preserved.
Students research the history of Bryce Canyon National Park. They identify geological features of the Park while examining its recreational activities. They work together to write lyrics to a song about the Park.
This erosion PowerPoint instructs students how to explore details about the Little Sahara State Park and investigate geographical formations in order to answer specific questions. (answers included)