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In this high resolution satellite photograph worksheet, students observe a photograph taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter of the Tennessee Court House. Students use the photograph to solve 4 problems about the scale of the image, the resolution of the image, the features in the image and they estimate the elevation of the sun above the horizon based on the shadows in the photograph.
Students explore communication techniques by participating in speech role-playing activities. In this conflict resolution lesson, students identify the keys to being a good communicator such as listening, eye contact, and the tone of their voice. Students conduct discussions with classmates while employing these techniques.
Learners participate in activities that allow them to explore their future. Thirteen activities are listed and described which include topics such as education, resolutions, job interviews, inheritance, and environmental issues. Hands-on activities allow students to discover how choices and actions affect the future.
Pupils participate in a Model UN Simulation Activity in which they take the role of country delegates and NGO representatives in an attempt to develop and debate resolutions that seek to provide remedies to the problems of over-population. Students conduct independent and cooperative research, create and debate resolutions, and discuss the issues that emerged from the simulation.
Second graders study rules for breaking rules into syllables using the Turtle and Spider Rules. They look at a list of words and decide which rule applies. In the comprehension section, 2nd graders determine how to retell a story using its elements including the characters, setting, plot, solution, and resolution. They practice on a familiar story before working with homonyms and rhyming words.
Second graders read the story, The Bundle of Sticks, and discuss the story elements within the story; setting, plot, conflict resolution. In this readers theater activity, 2nd graders reenact the story in small groups, then reflect on their performance and the conflict and resolution from the story.
Young scholars study the DEBUG 5 steps to solving a conflict. In this conflict resolution lesson, students recognize and understand how to solve conflicts. Once they know the steps, young scholars practice using those steps when solving conflicts. Students are encouraged to use these steps to solve conflicts on their own.
Fourth graders investigate cultural differences and determine how this knowledge will help resolve conflicts. They look at how the history of Kentucky was influenced by Native Americans. They design a conflict resolution presentation using available technology such as claymation, a video skit, a PowerPoint, or a persuasive essay.