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#### EngageNY Algebra I Curriculum

The Algebra 1 curriculum set is designed to help scholars develop fluency in
writing, interpreting, and solving linear equations, The 30 lessons in Module 1 are divided into four topics: An Introduction to Functions, the Structure of...

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#### EngageNY Algebra I Module 2: Descriptive Statistics

The Algebra 1, Module 2 collection is divided into four topics: Shapes and Centers of Distributions, Describing Variability and Comparing Distributions, Categorical Data on Two Variables, and Numerical Data on Two Variables. The 22...

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#### Logic Puzzles: Same and Different

With ABCmouse logic puzzles, students have an opportunity to use their higher-order thinking skills and creative problem-solving skills. These puzzles require young learners to look at a problem from multiple perspectives and are perfect...

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#### Lesson: A Garden Party of My Own

Kids look at a beautiful work of art to practice grammar, make connections from life to art, and sketching. They identify all the parts of grammar they see in the image, discuss what they see and do on a picnic, and then draw an imaged...

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#### What Makes The Good Life

What makes a good life? What makes life hard? Get your class thinking about the global picture with this extensive packet. They read quotes from around the world, analyze statistical data from every continent, then read and answer...

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#### Video: Comparing Decimals

Use this video to show older elementary mathematicians that they can compare numbers using the same thinking that they did when they were in the first grade. Sal compares decimal numbers using the greater than and less than symbols. He...

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#### One of These Things: Shoes

Four red shoes are featured in this video, which has viewers identify which item doesn't belong. This is a great film to show before a lesson on classification.

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#### One Of These Things

After looking at a group with three pairs of sunglasses and a hat, viewers have to identify which item doesn’t belong. As a critical thinking and classification activity, this video could be linked to a lesson on grouping objects.

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#### One Of These Things: Hat

Viewers can identify which of the four hats, three red fire fighter hats, or a silver, sparkly New Year's hat, does not belong with the group. This film could be a good way to introduce the idea of classification and sorting in the...

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#### Same And Different

Zoe and Big Bird define the concept of the same and different by comparing themselves. They identify the ways they are the same and the ways they are different. This video could be used as an introduction to comparing objects.

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#### Waiting For Big

Sarah Jessica Parker and Grover explore the concept of big, bigger, and biggest. What a fun way to introduce this concept. Afterwards, learners can come up with their own examples.

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#### Call of The Wild

Prompt your class to interact with Jack London's Call of the Wild. By analyzing the events in the novel, middle schoolers discover how human experiences create who a person becomes. They critique and analyze the reading, focusing on...

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#### Comparing Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature scales

What exactly is the difference between Celsius and Fahrenheit? Watch this video to find out. Sal identifies and defines the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales, assesses the differences, and then labels boiling and freezing on each of the...

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#### Basic English Grammar - Making Comparisons

This 60-slide presentation on grammatical rules and practices covers many areas of speech. Comparisons, superlatives, nouns, and verbs are all covered. Students must make many choices as the slides go on. This presentation is quite...

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#### Big Foot!

Included in this lesson plan are a footprint outline, PowerPoint, recording sheet, and a learning frame document to practice measurement. Learners will compare different objects by size, measure objects around the room, interact with a...

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#### Tuck Shop

Correct a misleading conclusion. Individuals review a set of data and a conclusion to determine what is wrong with the conclusion. Pupils then represent the data with an appropriate display. Finally, learners develop a correct conclusion...

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#### Election Issue Comparison Chart

As part of a study of the issues raised in the 2020 presidential election campaign, class members investigate and then create a pro-con comparison chart that reveals each candidate's position on a variety of issues.

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#### Featured Activity: Let’s Get the Count Right

Don't leave anyone out. To highlight the importance of the US Census to younger learners, an activity has them distribute markers to see if there are enough for each person. They see that counting the population is necessary to fairly...

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#### Let's Count!

Counting objects is easy as one, two, three. Young mathematicians count objects in the classroom and create data tables to record their results. They then write comparison statements and answer questions about the data.

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#### Comparing My State

How does your state compare? Using census data, scholars determine the total population and the number of 11-year-old boys and girls in two different states. They round and compare values, and then make up a question about the two states...

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#### Diversity: Differences in Communities

Using census data, the class finds the percentages of three diversity categories for four states and compare them. With the assistance of a 10 X 10 grid, pupils create visual representations of a comparison between two states on one...

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#### How Does Our Class Compare?

Compare the class to the country. As a group, pupils collect data on the types of activities boys and girls do after school. Learners compare the number of girls to the number of boys for each activity. Using census data, individuals...

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#### Creating and Taking a Survey

Individuals learn how to conduct surveys and collect data for the class on age, pets, and number of people at home. Scholars compare their household size to the information in the census. Pupils then develop additional questions to ask...

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#### Abstract Ideas Explored: Writing with Extended Metaphor

A 25-page packet includes eight detailed lesson plans centered around poems by Emily Dickinson. Each lesson begins with a burning question that students attempt to answer by using evidence from Dickinson's poems.