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#### Overcoming Obstacles Middle School Curriculum: Getting Started

Middle Schoolers get started in the Overcoming Obstacles course with a four-lesson module that sets out the expectations and routines for the course. Through a series of activities, participants learn the importance of active...

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#### Digital Literacy Library: Positive Behavior

Make cyberbullying a thing of the past with a two-lesson unit about online behavior. Scholars learn about setting boundaries and creating respectful, healthy online relationships.

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#### Transforming Education: SEL for Educators Toolkit

Become a champion of social-emotional development with an informative video series created for educators. Intended for those that teach kindergarten to twelfth grade, the toolkit includes a companion guide, presentation, reference list,...

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#### Who Are You?

Personal involvement in any class is essential! That's the takeaway from the first lesson in the Getting Started module. Class members participate in games to learn each other's names and details. The goal is to create an atmosphere...

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#### SEL for Educators: Mini Module #6

Keep stress low by establishing balance and boundaries with Mini Module #5. In this social-emotional learning video, educators discover the ins and outs of final high-leverage practices—understanding the "cost of caring," forming healthy...

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#### Discovering the Wallace Line

When studying locations of specific species, interesting patterns emerge. Young scholars discover this as they plot the location of specific species on a group of islands. Patterns emerge as they identify the Wallace Line. They then...

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#### 2012 AP® Human Geography Free-Response Questions

Why do countries create boundaries? Scholars explore similar ideas using prompts from the 2012 AP Human Geography test. Pupils also test their acumen with questions on agriculture and the growth of Islam.

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#### What Is the Solar System?

How do scientists classify whether an object lies within our solar system or not? Examine the boundaries of the space neighborhood using a lesson from PBS's Space series for middle schoolers. After viewing a model of the solar system,...

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#### Respect and Boundaries

Respect is a must-have in healthy relationships! Pupils explore their boundaries and identify the elements of respect during a lesson from a library of digital citizenship activities. The teacher's resource section contains a printable...

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#### Limits of Accuracy – Solving Problems

Rounding has a significant impact on future calculations. Help your learners realize this significance with a thorough video lesson. Using multiple examples, the instructor calculates the upper bound and lower bound of several...

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#### Lower and Upper Bounds

Teach young mathematicians to keep an eye on boundaries! Young scholars use a video lesson to explore the possible values of numbers rounded to varying place values. The instructor provides an explanation to several contextual problems...

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#### A Model of Plate Faults

The San Andreas fault is one of the longest fault zones in the world. In a series of 20 lessons, the fourth lesson has pupils use a paper model to recreate various types of plate faults. Each is held in position then drawn into a science...

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#### Plate Tectonics: Fourth Grade Lesson Plans and Activities

The pre-lab portion of the lesson introduces emerging geologists to the various layers that make up Earth. After completing a sheet on the identification of the layers, class members simulate plate boundaries and their...

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#### Relationships for Students in Middle School

Boundaries are important in relationships, no matter how close the relationship is. Middle schoolers explore the ideas of boundaries and personal space with two units about relationships. After discussing the boundaries in their own...

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#### Plate Tectonic Boundaries

Your learners will have the opportunity to research the ins and outs of plate tectonic boundaries by way of answering questions, sketching, defining, and providing a real-world example of convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries.

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#### How Do You Graph a Great Than Inequality on the Coordinate Plane?

Do you know how to graph a linear equation? If you do then graphing an inequality will not be a problem for you. There are a couple of differences: is the line solid or dashed, and which half plane do you have to shade. Watch this video...

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#### How Do You Figure Out Whether a Boundary is a Part of the Graph of an Inequality?

Is the boundary line part of the graph of an inequality? Here's a hint: the sign of the inequality holds the answer! Are the brain cells firing up trying to figure out what that means? Watch this video as the instructor graphs the...

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#### What's a Boundary?

Are you graphing an inequality? What's that dashed line called? It's called a boundary line and it is the line that separates the coordinate plane into two separate half planes.

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#### Countries of the World

Young scholars define the meaning of the word country. In this countries of the world map lesson, students identify boundaries, countries, and symbols within countries on the map. Young scholars distinguish the words country and continent.

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#### Pick's Theorem

In this Pick's Theorem worksheet, learners solve and graph 6 different problems that include using Pick's Theorem to solve. First, they use Pick's Theorem to determine the area of the shapes given as well as their own shapes drawn. Then,...

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#### From America, With Love

Students research the experiences of specific immigrant groups in the United States. Letters are written from imaginary immigrants to relatives in their countries of origin, including historically accurate details.

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#### Plate Tectonics

Students recognize three basic types of tectonic plate boundaries and explain what happens to each one. In plate tectonics lesson students draw and label a cross-sectional diagram of the Earth.

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#### Graphing Inequalities in Two Variables

In this graphing inequalities learning exercise, 9th graders solve and graph 6 different problems that include two variables. First, they define the given vocabulary terms found at the top of the sheet. Then, students graph each...