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### We found 169 resources with the concept decomposition

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#### What Happens to Your Body When You Die?

Your heart may not be pumping, but there are still many chemical reactions that continue in your body. An installment of a video series on chemical reactions describes the decomposition process of our bodies after death. It pays...

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#### Turning Food Waste Into a Resource

One in every seven truckloads of perishable foods delivered to grocery stores gets thrown away. Is there anything that can be done with this waste? One solution is to recycle the old produce and turn it into fertilizer. The video, part...

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#### Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions

How can you tell the difference between endothermic and exothermic reactions? Chemistry scholars perform and observe two chemical reactions, measure the temperature throughout, then draw conclusions about changes in energy from their...

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#### Molecules to the Max!—Educators Resource Guide

From molecules to nanotubes, an engaging unit explores the world of tiny science. Fifteen hands-on experiments and lessons engage young scientists as they learn chemistry. Discussions, worksheets, and data analysis reinforce the concepts...

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#### LS4D - Biodiversity and Humans

Humans have both positive and negative impacts on biodiversity. A video lesson highlights important human impacts on biodiversity through examples and diagrams. The narrator provides insight to the progression of the topic from...

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#### The Area in the Real World

So we don't have to paint the entire wall? Groups measure a classroom wall and aspects of the wall that would not be painted. Using the measurements, teams determine the area of the wall that would be covered in paint. The lesson is the...

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#### Mid-Module Assessment Task: Grade 6 Math Module 5

Determine whether the class can find area and perimeters with and without using coordinates. The 11th portion of a 22-part unit contains three questions that require pupils to find areas of triangles and composed figures within...

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#### Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide

Break down a great lesson on decomposition reaction with an informative video. Fourth in a 35-part series, the resource builds from the previous lesson explaining the role of a catalyst. The detailed video explains the experimental...

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#### Drawing Polygons on the Coordinate Plane

Find areas of figures where the sides are not horizontal or vertical. The eighth segment in a 22-part series presents figures on grids that have sides that are neither horizontal nor vertical. Pupils devise methods to compose or...

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#### The Area of All Polygons Through Composition and Decomposition

To compose or decompose, that is the question. The fifth portion of a 22-part series presents area problems of polygons. Pupils determine how to compose or decompose the polygons into shapes whose area is easily calculated.

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#### Make the Most of Compost!

What do decomposers and a compost have in common? Decomposers help a compost break down, or decompose, things that can biodegrade and become similar matter. Watch a video that explores the science of composts.

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#### What Happens to Our Bodies After We Die?

Burial practices are the focus of a short video that not only investigate how and why bodies decompose, but also looks at some modern approaches to the treatment of bodies and burials.

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#### Solving Equations Using Balance Scale, Decomposition, and Graphing

There's more than one way to solve an equation — three, actually. Scholars learn how to solve simple linear equations in one variable using three different methods, which include using balance scales, using decomposition (e.g., turning...

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#### Subtracting Numbers

Give families the information needed to support their child in the mastering of subtracting numbers with a two page reference sheet offering detailed descriptions and labeled examples.

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#### Simplifying Fractions

Encourage family participation at home with a reference tool designed to support learners' practice of simplifying fractions. Two pages offer detailed descriptions and labeled examples.

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#### Multiplying Fractions

Three pages make up a reference document designed to assist families in providing the information needed for their children succeed in mathematics. Detailed descriptions and labeled examples showcase how to multiply fractions.

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#### Dividing Numbers

Three pages make up a reference page designed to help parents understand the concept of division. Division strategies are showcased using detailed descriptions and labeled examples.

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#### Adding Numbers

Support math instruction at home with a helpful reference sheet designed for parents. Three pages cover the subject of addition with written details and labeled pictures.

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#### Simplifying Fractions Activity

Warm-up pupils' fraction muscles with a four-question quiz, then delve into a learning game designed to reinforce the concept of simplifying fractions. Based on the "I do, We do, You do" method of teaching, the lesson directly exhibits...

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#### Elements and Compounds

Young scientists use electrolysis to separate water into its elements before experimenting with fire to learn about their properties. A helpful resource provides a reading passage and analysis questions.

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#### The Cycles of Nature

Encourage peer collaboration and assist with the creation of visual aids to identify carbon, water, and nitrogen cycles as your class learns more about nature. They discuss relative information, create a visual aid depicting the chosen...

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#### Build a Food Web Activity

Entangle your life science class in learning with this collaborative food web activity. Using pictures of the plants and animals native to a particular ecosystem, young biologists work in small groups to construct visual representations...

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#### An Ocean of Energy

Young biologists trace the path of the sun's energy through marine ecosystems in the second part of this four-activity series. Building on prior knowledge about producers, consumers, and decomposers learners are introduced to the concept...

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#### Reduce Our Carbon Footprint, Let’s Compost!

Roll up your sleeves and get a little dirty with this elementary and middle school compost lesson. All you need is a large plastic container, a couple old newspapers, some organic waste, and a few hundred worms and you're ready to start...