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#### Balanced Assessment: Exemplar High School Packet

The Exemplar High School Balanced Packet is a collection of 19 assessment tasks designed to test scholars’ knowledge of Algebra 1 concepts.
Learners create graphs that represent how things change over time, build functions to model...

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#### Balanced Assessment: Basic High School Packet

Seventeen short assessments are designed to test scholars’ knowledge of basic Algebra 1 concepts. Pupils determine the houses that are a given maximum distance from a school, complete charts to show equivalent scale factors, and...

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#### MinutePhysics: The Big Picture (Time & Entropy, feat. Sean Carroll)

Talk about essential questions! The five videos in the Minute Physics collection look at the big picture and tackles some big questions: Why Doesn’t Time Flow Backwards? Do Cause and Effect Really Exist? Where Does Complexity Come From?...

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#### EngageNY Grade 7 ELA Module 1: Reading Closely and Writing to Learn: Journeys and Survival

An eight-week module has seventh-graders investigate the impact of the Second Sudanese Civil War on the peoples of Southern Sudan. Using Linda Sue Park’s novel, A Long Walk to Water, and informational texts, young historians learn how to...

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#### Minute Physics: Intro to Special Relativity Course

Special relativity is a physical theory that explains the relationship between space and time. A collection of eight videos makes this complex—and at times confusing—concept a little easier to understand. Simple drawings illustrate each...

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#### EngageNY Grade 7 ELA Module 1, Unit 1: Building Background Knowledge: Perspectives in Southern Sudan

Linda Sue Park's A Long Walk to Water is the anchor text for a collection of 14 lessons that ask seventh graders to consider how culture, time, and place influence the development of identity. Lessons prepare scholars to read a text...

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#### Telling Time

Learn to tell time with both analog and digital clocks. This collection includes videos, worksheets, and printables. Fun activities to make your own clocks are also included.

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#### Common Core Math: 3rd Grade

Looking for all things third grade Common Core math? Here is the collection you've been waiting for! Third grade math curriculum is rigorous and opens up the doors to bigger algebra concepts that learners will use their entire lives....

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#### Telling Time

Learn to tell time with both analog and digital clocks. This collection includes videos, worksheets, & printables. Fun activities to make your own clock are also included.

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#### College Physics for AP® Courses

Take a look at an organized physics course. The 34-section electronic textbook covers material in AP® Physics 1 and 2. Teachers use the text to supplement lectures and have the class work through the labs. Each section contains multiple...

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#### The Speed of Life

Time appears to go faster the older we get, but why? A timeless video explores this concept psychologically and scientifically. Through an experiment and neuroscience, viewers better understand the paradox of aging.

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#### What Exactly is the Present?

How do our minds define the present? Is it a second, a split second, or a moment? Our minds play tricks on us when it comes to aligning audio and visual cues. Learn more about why this happens, how our brains correct the error, and how...

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#### Measuring Speed

Physicists say speed is relative, but most police officers disagree. Scholars experiment with the variables that relate to speed. They learn the importance of both time and distance and apply that knowledge to graphical models.

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#### Finding Ending Time with a Numberline

Third graders determine the end time on a number line, given the start time and elapsed time.

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#### Finding Elapsed Time with a Numberline

Third graders find the elapsed time on a number line, given the start and end times.

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#### Finding Start Time with a Numberline

Third graders determine the start time on a number line, given the elapsed time and end time.

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#### Matching Clocks (5 Minute Increments)

Second graders match the time on an analog clock to the time on a digital clock. Each sheet has 16 problems for solving.

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#### Creating Clocks (Half Hour Increments)

First graders create clocks by adding hour and minute hands pointing to the given time. All times are to be written in 30-minute intervals.

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#### Finding Elapsed Time

Third graders read word problems to determine the elapsed time, given the start and end time.

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#### Finding Starting Time

Third graders read word problems to determine the start time, given the elapsed time and end time.

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#### Reading an Analog Clock (1 Minute Increments)

Third graders read analog clocks and tell time to the nearest minute. AM and PM do not matter in this exercise.

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#### Identifying Time Phrases

Quarter to seven. Noon. Five after three. These are a few examples of the time phrases students must identify. Most of the times to not indicate AM or PM; however, noon and midnight should be identified appropriately.

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#### Matching Clocks (Half Hour Increments)

First graders read an analog clock and then match it to the corresponding digital clock. Each clock tells time to the nearest 30 minutes.

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#### Reading an Analog Clock (5 Minute Increments)

Second and third graders practice reading analog clocks to the nearest five minutes.