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4,733 reviewed resources for change over time

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Changes in a Democratic Society

For Teachers 8th - 12th
Democracies are not static. To learn more about how the United States form of democratic government has changed over time, class members examine primary and secondary sources, including works of art, and reflect on what these sources...
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Featured Activity: Population Change Over Time

For Teachers 3rd - 4th Standards
New ReviewKeep track of a state's population. After a brief discussion on how population data is used for funding, individuals look at population changes over time. Pupils find the population of two states using three different censuses. They then...
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End-Of-Unit 2 Assessment: On-Demand Analytical Essay About How Esperanza Changes Over Time

For Teachers 5th Standards
Close the unit on Esperanza Rising with an in-class analytic essay on how Esperanza changes over the course of the novel. Writers can use any of their notes and work from the unit as well as their drafts of the first two paragraphs of...
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Quantifying Land Changes Over Time in Areas of Deforestation and Urbanization

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Is qualitative or quantitative research more convincing when it comes to climate change? In the eighth lesson during this 21-part series, scholars begin by performing a quantitative analysis of deforestation and urbanization. Then, they...
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Yankee Doodle: How Has It Changed over Time?

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Grab your feathers and your hat! And perhaps some macaroni! It's time to investigate the evolution of "Yankee Doodle Dandy." Groups do a close reading of sheet music covers, lyrics, and even YouTube videos to see how this political song...
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Change Over Time

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
An in-depth look at population change and its effect on the surrounding environment, the activities included here are an excellent connection between science and social studies. Although the worksheets and data are centered around...
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Yesterday: Our Energy Needs Over Time

For Teachers 5th - 8th Standards
How has our relationship to energy changed over time? An engaging exploration challenges learners to create a timeline showing human energy needs and uses over time. Scholars review what timelines are, choose a 50-year period in history...
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Changes Over Time — Microfossils in Blake’s Nose

For Teachers 4th - 8th Standards
Scientists study sediment cores to understand climate and life throughout the history of the Earth. An interactive lesson has scholars access research data in order to better understand to which time periods specific micro-fossils...
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Exploring/Comparing Pilgrim Children: On the Mayflower

For Teachers 3rd
It all begins with the book On the Mayflower, by Kate Walsh. Third graders will review vocabulary from the book then get into groups to participate in four different learning centers focused on the idea that things, people, and ideas...
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Quantifying Land Changes Over Time Using Landsat

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
"Humans have become a geologic agent comparable to erosion and [volcanic] eruptions ..." Paul J. Crutzen, a Nobel Prize-winning atmospheric chemist. Using Landsat imagery, scholars create a grid showing land use type, such as urban,...
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Climate Change: Earth's Giant Game of Tetris

For Students 6th - 10th Standards
In this colorful animation, our current problem with climate change is likened to a block-stacking game of Tetris. Greenhouse gases are increasing in the atmosphere at an increasing rate. Can we place them properly before it's too late?...
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Historical Climate Cycles

For Teachers 5th - 6th Standards
What better way to make predictions about future weather and climate patterns than with actual climate data from the past? Young climatologists analyze data from 400,000 to 10,000 years ago to determine if climate has changed over time....
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Literature Connection: Inventions Over Time, Russell and the Lost Treasure

For Teachers 1st
First graders discuss inventions and how they have changed over time. In this inventions over time instructional activity, 1st graders view images as primary source documents to discuss technologies and how they were being used. Students...
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Change in Populations

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
The human population reached 1 billion in 1804, and by 2016, there were more than 7 billion! This activity explores how populations in an ecosystem change over time. Through simulations, videos, discussions, and a game, learners see how...
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Pre-Activity Worksheet: Natural Selection

For Teachers 9th - Higher Ed
Although the instructions include reading from a specific textbook, the tasks are appropriate for any unit dealing with how genotype frequency changes over time. Junior biologists define five vocabulary terms and then answer five...
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Climate Change and Biomes

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
What can climate do to a tree that weather can't? Climb it! The third installment in the series of four has groups analyze and interpret maps dealing with climate and biomes. Based on their findings of temperature and precipitation...
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Color Variation over Time in Rock Pocket Mouse Populations

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
A species-specific look at natural selection, the resource herein examines how adaptations have helped the population of rock pocket mice survive in a changing landscape. To begin, middle or high schoolers watch a 10.5 minute video,...
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Map Changes Over Time

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students examine the reasons why maps are changed over specific time periods. In groups, they discover how maps were made in the past and how that has changed with technology. They complete a worksheet of questions to end the lesson.
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Observing Chemical Changes—Microscale Chemistry

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Want to add a wow factor to your current chemical changes lesson plan? Try a microscale experiment with colorful precipitates! Partnered learners conduct 10 single displacement reactions and record their observations.
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Piecewise Linear Functions: Extending Stories to Graphs

For Students 8th - 10th
Using this resource, scholars develop graphs that model situations by showing change over time. They answer 15 questions based on information from charts that show growth in weight. They extend the concepts to an assessment section of...
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Line Graphs Showing Change Over Time

For Teachers 3rd - 6th
Students analyze line graphs. For this graphing lesson, students analyze line graphs paying attention to how the data changes over time. This lesson includes two video clips, one demonstrating an increasing line graph and one...
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Period and Topic Approach: Continuity and Change-Over-Time Graphic Organizer

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Though basic, a worksheet on period and topic approach could be a flexible way for you to establish continuity and change over time in language arts or history. The period side of the worksheet provides spaces for beginning, middle, and...
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How Do You Find the Rate of Change Between Two Points on a Graph?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
The instructor uses a graph representing time and distance to illustrate how to solve this word problem. She explains each step: rate of change, distance, time, vertical change over horizontal change, change in distance, and change in...
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Instantaneous Rate of Change of a Function

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
Pupils draw the graph of a door opening and closing over time. They graph a given function on their calculators, create a table of values and interpret the results by telling if the door is opening or closing and evaluate the average...

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