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The Rifting of Pangaea and the Gettysburg BattlefieldLesson Planet
Eleventh graders analyze and interpret an animated model of Earth’s rifting processes. In this Earth Science lesson, 11th graders connect Earth’s rifting processes with the Earth’s surface in the Gettysburg battlefield. Students apply...
Sentence Completion 11: Low-Advanced SAT LevelLesson Planet
7th - 9th
Context clues can be used to determine the meaning of unfamiliar works; likewise, they can be used to determine the correct answer on a sentence completion exercise. Using context clues is just one of the many strategies detailed in the...
Major Causes of Carbon Dioxide in the AtmosphereLesson Planet
Students examine the effects of carbon dioxide on the environment. In groups, they research the the usefulness of emissions testing in the state of Florida. To end the lesson, they discuss the impact of an increase in greenhouse gases...
Economics: What Are Some Other Uses for Rice?Lesson Planet
Sixth graders investigate ways rice is sold by creating a chart of the different rice foods. For this economics lesson, 6th graders examine their local food store and list at least 10 rice by-products in a class chart. Students discover...
Designing a 2-liter Pop Bottle Piece to be Used for Water RocketsLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Learners design and create water rockets using recycled materials. In this technology activity, students measure and sketch their project design before drawing them using SolidWorks. They construct the bottle as accurately as possible.