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    Dec 06, 2018 16:12:51

    Rating: 5 Stars / Comments: Great resource!

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    Dec 05, 2018 19:12:49

    Here is a great scaffolding activity to help your students organize their ACT essays. 

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    Dec 05, 2018 19:12:53

    This PPT has general information about the ACT writing. 

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    Dec 05, 2018 19:12:41

    Miles of Tiles
    In the Problem of the Month Miles of Tiles, students are engaged in tasks that involve puzzles of number relationships, equations, and simultaneous constraints. The mathematical topics that underlie this POM are measurement, number sentences, area models, variables, inverse operations, equations, quadratics, factoring, and…[Read more]

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    Nov 29, 2018 20:11:18

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    On this worksheet students will use the triangles 1 and 2 pages to fill in a table with data and form their formula for Pythagorean Theorem. There are also questions to answer to guide them to the formula and problems to complete once they have formed the formula.

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    Nov 29, 2018 19:11:43

    Grade 6- real world percentages project

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    Nov 09, 2018 15:11:37

    Rating: 4 Stars

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    Alexander Hamilton: Primary Sources, Timeline and other sources

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    Nov 01, 2018 16:11:24

    Teaching with “Hamilton” Article with many resources. From the School Library Journal.

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    Oct 31, 2018 19:10:19

    This was not copied. Tesselation lesson plan.

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    Oct 30, 2018 18:10:02

    This is a fun website for not only math games but other subjects as well. However,  it does have excellent and fun math games for kids of all ages to play! There is also math baseball for those baseball loving students, and tic tac toe squares and lastly connect the dots. This website has lots of things for kids to do! 

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    Oct 18, 2018 16:10:07

    An interactive game to understand the executive branch.

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    Oct 18, 2018 16:10:30

    This lesson takes a look at the Civil War from multiple perspectives by interpreting the quotes of major figures involved in the war.

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    These lesson plans, activities, and resources will help students begin to examine the Golden Age of the Ottoman Empire under Suleiman the Magnificent (1520-1566). The Dig Deep CBA asks students to select and describe a time period using specific primary sources. Students’ historical interpretations may take the form of an essay, a letter to or f…[Read more]

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    Oct 18, 2018 15:10:12

    Do Now: Reviews previous lesson.
    Classwork: Reading and partner activity on the rise of Hitler.
    Classwork 2: Introduction of the ‘P’ in the SOAPS primary source protocol, ‘Purpose.’
    This resource is part of Unit 5: Genocide and the Social Studies 7 course.

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    Oct 18, 2018 15:10:38

    Lesson plan introducing and comparing primary sources and secondary sources. It’s made for a unit on African movements for independence, but it could be used in other contexts with only minor adaptations.
    Objective: I will be able to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of primary and secondary sources.
    Essential Question: Do schools in…[Read more]

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    Oct 18, 2018 15:10:16

    Created by Fordham University this is a great resource for finding primary sources that can be copied freely.

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    Oct 18, 2018 15:10:38

    This is a brief PowerPoint which provides questions as to how to analyze a primary source. It is based upon the National Archives Format found at http://www.nara.gov.
    This resource is part of the Audio Texts, Music and Podcasts collection.

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