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AP Test Prep
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2016 AP® Physics 2: Algebra-Based Free-Response Questions

For Students 11th - 12th Standards
While AP Physics 1 counts as an introductory college Physics course, AP Physics 2 counts as a second-year college Physics course. Help scholars prepare for this more advanced college-level test with questions from previous assessments...
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Assessment
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Writing About Literature: Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Heidi

For Students 5th Standards
Scholars read excerpts from the story, Heidi, in a three-part assessment that focuses on comparing and contrasting characters. Each part contains three tasks that challenge learners to discuss, answer comprehension questions,...
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Free Body Diagrams

For Students 9th - 12th
How can you keep track of all the forces acting on an object? Pupils learn how to use a free body diagram to represent the forces acting on an object. After explaining the different forces, the instructor leads viewers through a series...
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Handout
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Vocabulary Representation (Grade 6)

For Students 6th Standards
Support math vocabulary instruction with a reference sheet designed to meet the needs of sixth grade mathematicians. Four pages consist of 20 terms, their definitions, and a picture representation. Terms include percent, least...
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Vocabulary Representation (Grade 5)

For Students 5th Standards
Support math vocabulary with a reference sheet designed for fifth grade scholars. Three pages offer 13 terms accompanied by their definition and a picture representation. Terms include equation, perpendicular, ordered pair, and more! 
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Handout
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Vocabulary Representation (Grade 4)

For Students 4th Standards
Reinforce fourth grade math vocabulary with a reference page offering eighteen terms. Each word is presented in bold lettering and accompanied by a definition and picture representation. Terms include number lines, supplementary angles,...
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Vocabulary Representation (Grade 3)

For Students 3rd Standards
Never forget a math term with a reference sheet highlighting vocabulary found in a third grade curriculum. Three pages offer nineteen words each with a detailed definition and picture representation. Terms include ten frame, the...
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Handout
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Vocabulary Representation (Grade 2)

For Students 2nd Standards
Reinforce math vocabulary with a reference sheet designed for a second grade classroom. Three pages consist of 17 terms, each listed, defined, and accompanied by a picture representation. Terms include ten frames, algorithm, arrays, and...
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Handout
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Vocabulary Representation (Grade 1)

For Students 1st Standards
Support first grade math vocabulary with a reference page divided into three sections—the vocabulary word, its definition, and a picture representation. Terms include number bonds, arrow notation, commutative property and more! 
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Insulating the House

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
Finding the area of a rectangle is the focus of this metric worksheet. Here, mathematicians use their knowledge of finding the area of a shape in meters to discover how much material can fit inside a shape.
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Back from the Dead

For Teachers 5th - 12th Standards
If you could bring back one extinct animal, what would it be? That is the question your class will ponder. Your budding scientists read a passage, follow a cloning timeline, and review a diagram about the process of reviving a woolly...
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Organizer
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Plate Boundary

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Scholars examine diagrams and complete a concept map to discover key details about convergent, divergent, and transform plate boundaries.  
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Organizer
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Steps in a Process Diagram

For Teachers 2nd - 5th
Start at step one with this straightforward graphic organizer! Learners write down five steps in a process to complete the worksheet. Arrows point from one box to the next to show the relationship between steps.
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Lesson 3: Labeled Diagrams

For Teachers K - 3rd Standards
Examine the book Stargazers by Gail Gibbons. Young readers will practice reading and interpreting information from diagrams in this informational text. They work together as a class on this skill and then move into independent practice....
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Apples: A Class Act! (Grades Pre-K–3)

For Teachers Pre-K - 3rd Standards
Discover the nutritional wonders of apples and get to know Johnny Appleseed with a plethora of learning experiences that cover subjects math, history, English language arts, health, and arts and crafts. Activities include an apple...
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Radius, Chord, Diameter, and Secant

For Teachers 9th - 12th
What do a secant, chord, diameter, and radius all have in common? They are all components or measurements of a circle! This clip quickly defines each of these terms using verbal, written, and diagram examples.
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Put Your Habits to Work in Math

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Learning how to read an expository text is an essential skill. The questions on this two-page worksheet lead pupils to understand that the title, heading, diagrams, photographs, problems and captions all support the main idea of a...
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Re-Presenting Race in the Digital Age

For Teachers 8th - 10th
Teen-aged scientists analyze a graphic organizer of how trash is removed from New York City and then answer standard questions about a graph and a diagram. Resources are mentioned, but there are no links to these resources, so you will...
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Get to The Root of It!

For Teachers K
Students study a real plant to explore its parts. They discover the function of the plant parts which they diagram and label.
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Teaching Neuro-anatomy Through Schematic Diagrams

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students develop a deeper understanding of the brain. In this neuro-anatomyl lesson plan, students will use simple diagrams to understand the brain and will progress to more complex diagrams  as they gain understanding.
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Worksheet
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Basic Exercises in Logic

For Students 9th - 11th
In this logic worksheet, students are taught about the use of syllogisms to solve problems. They use diagrams to visually show the relationships between objects. They complete two given syllogisms and answer questions about their results.
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Worksheet
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Problem Solving with Diagrams, Part One

For Students 5th - 10th
In this diagrams worksheet, students use diagrams to help them solve fraction word problems. Students complete 4 problems on this worksheet.
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Water Works

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Students complete discussions and activities about the cost, use, and filtration of Canada's water supply. In this water lesson plan, students compare the use of water in Canada with other countries.
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Birth and Death Rates in European countries

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Young scholars discover the world as a global community and the social implications. They construct graphs to represent data, interpret diagrams and draw inferences.Students create a report, which could lead to a class discussion.