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Students explore the concept of being a recording artist. For this recording artist lesson, students determine the costs of producing various music products such as a demo tape, 8-track tape, and a record deal. Students discuss supply, demand, and perform a cost-benefit analysis of their various products.
Young scientists discuss the results of carelessness during experimentation and the temptation to misrepresent findings. These activities are intended to develop the ability to identify scientific error, misconduct, and fraud. Use this resource at the beginning of a biology course to introduce learners to ethical considerations and to review laboratory techniques at the same time!
How can you choose healthier foods by reading the nutritional labels? Your class will discover how companies market food items to make them enticing and how to check the food labels of those items to see if they are healthy. They listen to a lecture and then work in small groups to practice finding nutritional information on the side of a cereal box. This lesson includes a resource link.
Clear the air with this persuasive writing activity, in which middle schoolers investigate smoking bans. Helpful as a cross-curricular health lesson, the assignment prompts young learners to brainstorm reasons why people smoke and reasons why smoking is a bad health habit. They read and discuss news articles about smoking bans and then write a persuasive opinion paper using evidence from these sources.
Examine stories with a moral in a character development lesson. The class reads a short story written by Benjamin Franklin in which he pays too much for a toy whistle. Individuals then make text-to-self connections and write a narrative describing a time when they misjudged the price of something.