This webpage contains six model lesson plans, videos of the lessons, and accompanying documents (rtf) based on the 21st Century Skills implemented in West Virginia Classrooms. Lessons include: "Survey Data Collection and Representation" (grade 1), "How Can you Tell?" (grade 3),"Coin Toss Experiment" (grade 3), "Alphabetical Probability" (grade 4),"Tree Diagrams" (grades 4/5), and "Is a Sample Ample?" (grade 5). Some of the videos are cataloged separately and listed as a related resource on this page. Each lesson plan includes content, 21st Century, and technology standards with instruction on integrating these three components.
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