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Identifying and Interpreting Timing and Pacing in a Poem

For Students 5th - 7th Standards
Cover the basics of poetry structure and author's purpose with a video that's just under five minutes long. Using student-written poetry, the video demonstrates the importance of adding pauses and pacing in a poem. By reading the poem...
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Writing Pacing Charts

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
A week of word choice lessons is laid out here for your convenience! Learners focus on strong and weak verbs in several activities over five days. There are literature suggestions, and each day pupils complete a mini-lesson, workshop,...
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Author’s Stylebook: Pacing

For Teachers 10th Standards
What techniques do writers use to create pacing in a narrative? Learners read David Matthews' essay "Pick One" and analyze its pacing. They answer text-dependent questions to demonstrate understanding and learn about subordination and...
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Pacing a Gunther Chain

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Pupils pace a Gunther Chain, a measurement used by foresters to determine distance and area. They discuss that pacing is individualized depending on age, gender, etc. They practice to find an average pace. Teams estimate, pace and...
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Introduction to Field Mapping with a Compass and Pace

For Teachers 7th - 8th
Young scholars practice using compass and calibrate their own pace, take field measurements of pre-set course with compass and pace, convert measurements into map, using angles and vectors, and make composite class map by adjusting...
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Snail's Pace

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Time doesn't fly when you're watching a snail cross a sidewalk. Combining the concepts of the Pythagorean Theorem and the distance, rate, and time formula, learners determine how long it takes a snail to go from one corner of a sidewalk...
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Floating Down a River

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Writers incorporate pacing strategies in their own text after listening to the book Daisy Comes Home by Jan Brett. In this writing lesson, they recognize and identify the equal time given to each animal description in the book, and then...
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Creating a Life Map

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Young writers create their own life maps in this autobiographical lesson. They pick 10 main events or accomplishments to include on their map. After they finish the map, they expand upon one event to write a personal narrative, focusing...
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An Anti-Hero of Ones Own

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
The antihero, the flawed protagonist of so much of contemporary literature such as Fahrenheit 451, is the subject of a short video that traces the fall from grace of the divine heroes of classical literature to the flawed, far more human...
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Of Pentameter & Bear Baiting - Romeo & Juliet Part I

For Students 9th - 12th
Thinking about using Romeo and Juliet with your honors or AP class? Consider showing this video as an introduction and overview to Shakespeare, Elizabethan theatre, and the play. The narrator's obvious scholarship, fast pace, and quirky...
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Keeping Pace

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
What came first, pedestrian one or pedestrian two? Scholars consider a problem scenario in which two people walk at different rates at different times. They must decide who reaches a checkpoint first. Their answers are likely to surprise...
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Eye to Eye With Garden Snails

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Young scientists explore the external characteristics and behavior of snails. This impressive collection of lessons should lead you and your class on a fascinating study of this curious little animal. Everything from calculating a...
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How Fast Does Your Boat Go?

For Teachers K - 3rd
Students explore reading faster, smoother, and with more expression. They read and reread to improve their reading pace. Students read "Bud the Sub" and discuss ways to improve their reading. Students read with a partner and record the...
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For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Conscious, unconscious, subconscious? Consciousness is the focus of the eighth video in a psychology course, and for his purposes, the narrator defines consciousness as "our awareness of ourselves and our environment." Aspects examined...
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AP Physics 1: Equations to Memorize

For Students 11th - 12th
Saving the best for last, the final video in the series of 12 covers all of the equations young physicists should memorize because they are not on the equation sheet provided at the time of AP Physics 1 exam. This fast-paced video even...
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Snail Pace

For Teachers 6th Standards
Slow and steady wins the race? In the assessment task, scholars calculate the rates at which different snails travel in order to find the fastest snail. Hopefully, your class will move much more quickly in finishing the task!
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Gravitational Fields

For Students 9th - 12th
What's got you feeling down? Maybe it's gravity! The resource is the fourth in a series of six fast-paced physics videos. Covering gravitational fields, acceleration, and planetary motion in a direct way with simple, yet engaging...
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The Frog on the Log

For Teachers 1st
First graders recite the poem "The Frog on the Log". They then demonstrate different levels of diction, pacing, projection, inflection, and volume, by performing the poem in different tones and rhythms.
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Walk This Way

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Students, working in groups, create walking courses to measure different paces using stopwatches. They input data into graphing calculators to discover slope as a ratio of time over distance.
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Discovery Pacing

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students discover strategies for pacing themselves when running longer distances on a quarter mile track.
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Here Comes the Sun

For Students 3rd - 8th Standards
Get to know Sol with this fast paced, kid-friendly video featuring the closest star to Earth, the sun. Super scientists take part in a quick pop quiz, then learn all about Sol's size, distance, and how it creates and sends energy to Earth.
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Mrs. McWilliams and the Lightning (1880)

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Dress up to catch the class's attention before reading a silly story aloud. Learners identify five sensory details within the story and interpret two metaphors. They then collaborate on sequencing events before retelling the story using...
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Functions Represented by Graphs

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Graph that function! Learners explore how the shape of a graph relates to the function the graph describes. The instructional activity uses teamwork and Function Journals to reinforce new mathematical vocabulary.
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For Teachers 7th - 9th
After making predictions about Janell Cannon's story Verdi, middle schoolers read through the book and make a new list of descriptions, personality traits, etc. They select an animal and write a narrative story about the animal, paying...

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