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Determining the Effects of a Golf Course on Stream Health
8th - 12th
Do golf courses affect the water organisms in nearby streams and ponds? Small groups collect samples of water upstream and downstream from a golf course and analyze the macroinvertebrates found and the stream index values of the two...
Golf - Lesson 1 - Intro, Full Swing, Stance, Posture
9th - 12th
This is the first lesson out of nine in this golf unit. So, let's start at the beginning. A little history, some rules, and an introduction to golf terms. Practice the full golf swing without a club in hand. Focus on stance and posture....
Golf - Lesson 8 - Course Management, Shot Selection
9th - 12th
Every golf hole is different. Some seem so easy, while others are full of twists, turns, hills, and hazards. Learning to navigate or manage the hole is a skill worth having. This lesson on course management and shot selection is part of...
Golf - Lesson 2 - Etiquette, Setup, Weight DistributionGolf - Lesson 2 - Etiquette, Setup, Weight Distribution
9th - 12th
Golf Lesson 2 is part of an eight lesson unit. The focus is on course etiquette. The proper grip and how to setup are introduced. After practicing and checking proper grip and setup routines, weight distribution is discussed. This lesson...
The Lost Art of Democratic Debate
20 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Debates afford our learners the opportunity to become better researchers, critical thinkers, eloquent speakers, and informed participants in our society. If you are planning to host debates in your classroom, try beginning by exploring...
Don't Be a Duffer! Understanding the Sport of Golf
9th - Higher Ed
Students are divided into six groups to access the "History of Golf Since 1497" website, and familiarize themselves with the data on one of the six pages of the website. They then work together as a large group to construct a timeline of...
Animation Basics: The Art of Timing and Spacing
7 mins 7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What distinguishes the visual rhythm of a golf, rubber, beach, and bowling ball? Explore the two fundamental principles—timing and spacing—of animation, as well as a variety of other features to consider when discussing the overall...
Urban Heat Islands: An Introduction to Energy Transfer and Transformation
4th - 6th
Elementary school physical scientists explore kinetic mechanical energy by dropping a golf ball on different surfaces. They discuss how human made materials might react to light differently from nature made materials. This lesson plan...
Cartoons for the Classroom: Obama as the New Sisyphus
9th - 12th
Reveal how Greek Mythology can play into American politics through this political cartoon, where President Obama is depicted as Sisyphus. Background information gives scholars access to the cartoon's context, and three talking points...
Tee Time: A Lesson About Nonpoint Source Pollution
7th - 12th
Students assume assigned roles as citizens in a town meeting where wealthy investors have persuaded the city government to clear an area of town to build a golf course. They are to investigate their roles and prepare a speech in support...
Statistics and Probability: High School Common Core Math
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Statistically, the better the Common Core collection the better the lesson planning goes, right? Here is a collection that hits every standard represented in the Common Core Statistics and Probability section. The probability is high that you will find good use for this collection!
Exploring Density with Salt and Fresh Water: Part 5
6th - 9th
This particular lesson was written by the National Earth Science Teachers Association, but density is a concept that you can teach at the beginning of the school year in your life, physical, or earth science classes. It would be fun to...
Restoring and Protecting Chesapeake Bay and River Water Quality
11th - Higher Ed
A professional and comprehensive presentation on Chesapeake Bay water quality is in store for your ecology class. If you live in the Chesapeake Bay region and want to get learners involved in conservation efforts, this slide show will do...
The Bubble Economy and the Lost Decade
7th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Explore Japanese society and national identity. Class members share ideas about the Japanese economy and then investigate a series of resources, including an article, a film, a lecture, and a poem, to learn about Japan's Bubble Economy...
Pie or Circle Graphs - Matching Worksheet
3rd CCSS: Designed
It's one thing to be able to read a pie graph, but it's another to analyze a pie graph and match it to its data table. Use a multiple choice learning exercise when challenging learners to practice this skill. With six data charts and pie...
The Importance of Muhammad Ali (Abridged)
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
Middle schoolers read an abridged version of Muhammad Ali's biography. Then, they respond to 10 reading comprehension questions, including drawing conclusions, identifying the main idea, and using explicit information to support thinking.
Sometimes You Behave Like a WAVE, Sometimes You Don't!
10th - 12th
Electromagnetic radiation behaves like both a wave and a particle. Help classes explore this concept through a lab investigation. Young scientists create optical interference patterns on a glass slide using a carbon layer. They analyze...
Invasion of the Yellow Crazy Ants!
4 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
How much does an invasive species really matter? The video focuses on examples of accidental species spread as well as intentional introductions. It highlights the problems caused by spreading new plants and animals to areas with no...
Vocabulary: Categorize Important Vocabulary Words and Describe Their Features
Just like sports, different words have different features that help us understand or spell them. Learners categorize various sports based on their similarities and differences, then they use that strategy to categorize various words....