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Pupils demonstrate how much our society depends on petroleum products. They show how advances in technology have allowed us to find, obtain, and transport oil more efficiently.
Students explain the use of different technologies based on their resolving power. Explain how technologies are used to solve scientific and health-related problems. Explain the concept of using right tool for the job and develop a multi step research plan in which hypotheses are formulated, data are gathered and interpreted and new questions are asked.
Students define resolution. They explain the relationship between probe size and resolution and explain why information in three dimensions is necessary to describe the structure of an object. Research technology to the study of Cellular and Molecular Biology.
Technology of the ancient world lesson plans can open students' eyes to the influence of early innovations.
You can spice up your science content by incorporating technology into your lesson plans.
K-5 teachers can blend fun and creativity into language arts curriculum when Common Core technology is involved.
Online technologies can foster increased reading comprehension and motivate learning.
You can try these management tips and lessons to help you confidently integrate technology into your curriculum.
Learners study briefly the history, evolution, and social benefits of the automobile. After using the automobile as a case study, students choose another technology, research, and analyze it in small groups and report.
Students list comparisons between technology and nature. Then they create superheroes with special animal characteristics and describe how ordinary persons might replicate the changes with technology.
Students explore agriculture by conducting a technology conversation in class. In this food system lesson, students identify the path of food from farm to plate and view a virtual farm on the Internet. Students complete a farming technology worksheet with classmates.
Students describe the impact of modern technology inventions on daily life. They create a graph of the class's favorite item of technology and draw a picture of their favorite piece of modern technology.
Conduct research focused on improving a current technology by having young scholars work in groups to investigate improvements that could be made to a particular piece of technology. They list the current problems and attempt to develop solutions that could be included in a newer version. They will also write specification sheets, and present their information using a technology based medium.
Students complete a research project.  In this technology lesson, students discuss the term technology and when technology began.  Students work in groups to brainstorm a list of the top ten technological advances in history.  Students research their technological advances and make a timeline.
Students discover the positive and negative effects of technology. In this technology lesson, students give examples of technology advances from the past few years. Students get into groups and debate whether a particular item has hurt or helps our world.
This lesson evolved as a way to let students explore all of the media and technological materials available in the classroom. Students work in pairs to create a Keynote presentation on the types of technology available to them and which was their favorite. They present their Keynote to the class. This lesson is great if you have access to a high variety of technological tools.
Students can learn more about technology through taking a look at the advances made in the last few decades.
By learning about the technology of Colonial America, students can gain a greater appreciation of history.
Students investigate semiconductor chips and its technological use. In this algebra lesson, students use the semiconductor chip as a real life application tool to study functions, linear equations and quadratic equations. They relate the growth in technology because of the conductor chip to exponential functions.
Students trace and analyze the impact of the atomic bomb on warfare, society and government. They apply this process to other more modern technological inventions in our lives.