Students will use reading and Bill Nye video with supplemental reading guides to learn about the various kinds of chemical reactions and how they are written.
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Active Reading, Looking For and Appreciating the Multiple “Sides” to Any Idea
Students learn more about Mitosis through the reading of an article about caffeine possible being able to cure cancer.
Language and culture are inextricably linked; they are bound up in personal and national identity. The emotional import of language is undeniable.
This rubric is used to assess students' annotations. This year with the English Three students there's a big push for annotating and close reading, with the hopes that annotating will boost students' ability to select apt and specific evidence in literary analysis.
This book demystifies that literary analysis process for students and teachers like, pushing both to notice patterns and make claims about them in literature. Teachers at my school have taught the main ideas in this book in overview format (see included PowerPoint) or have taught the ideas a chapter at a time and allowed students Guided Practice opportunities to apply and analyze what they’ve read or discussed.
Big Idea: The SUCCESS Foundation & Success for Teens: Providing teens with the fundamental principles of personal development and the resources to help them reach their full potential by giving them concrete steps on how to do so.
How to Get Good Grade in Ten Easy Steps: This booklet shows middle and high school students how to succeed in school by providing students with practical tips and suggestions on study skills, note-taking skills, and more. This booklet teaches students how to be students, a skill that is often overlooked in curriculums across the country.
This book is a great resource to use with students at the beginning of the semester; it makes for a great first unit that will help students start the year off right.