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Pedro Menéndez de Avilés

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Partners examine the family tree of Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, a Spanish admiral and explorer who founded St. Augustine, Florida, and answer several questions about the text using a worksheet. After they've explored the family tree,...
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Comparing Terms (Similar and Different)

For Teachers 5th - 9th
Require your class to look closely at terms by analyzing similarities and differences. The template provides space and sentence frames for writing about similarities and differences.
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Express Yourself Lesson Seed 14: Dedication

For Teachers 6th Standards
Connect Martin Luther King Jr's famous speech, "I Have a Dream," to The Cay by Theodore Taylor. Taylor refers to the speech in his dedication, which creates a natural segue into talking about the speech and how it relates to the novel....
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Edgar Allan Poe Short Story WebQuest

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Introduce your class to Edgar Allan Poe with a series of mostly self-guided tasks and assignments. Class members follow the list of tasks, starting by watching a video with background information and ending with a compare-and-contrast...
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What Does the Slope of a Line Mean?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Evaluate the steepness of lines, also known as the slope, by watching this video. A tutor explains what the slope of a line is and compares two different lines to demonstrate slope. A practical introductory video for classes that are...
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How Do You Figure Out Which of Two Fractions is Bigger?

For Teachers 2nd - 5th
Trying to decide which method to use to compare the value of two fractions? You could find a common denominator, you could turn them into decimals, or you could cross multiply. Let's cross multiply because we like to multiply more than...
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Comparing Fractions

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Young mathematicians compare two fractions with like denominators and then move to the next level to compare fractions with unlike denominators. They will first try to use mental math to make educated guesses. There are a few guidelines...
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What Does the Slope of a Line Mean?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Evaluate the steepness of lines, also known as the slope, by watching this video. A tutor explains what the slope of a line is and compares 2 different lines to demonstrate slope. A practical introductory video for classes that are just...
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How Do You Put Whole Numbers in Order From Least to Greatest?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
So you want to put some given values in order from least to greatest? The instructor starts out by drawing a place value chart. She then inserts all the numbers into the chart. This helps you visually see their value so you can compare...
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How Do You Use Unit Rates to Compare Rates?

For Teachers 6th - 9th Standards
Cupcakes, cupcakes, cupcakes! Where shall we buy some cupcakes? There are two stores selling cupcakes and we would like to know which one has the better deal. The instructor demonstrates how to find a unit rate for the cupcakes at each...
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How Do You Put Whole Numbers in Order From Greatest to Least?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
So you want to put some given values in order from greatest to least? The instructor starts out by drawing a place value chart. She then inserts all the numbers into the chart. This helps you visually see their value so you can compare...
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7.013 Lego Mitosis/Meiosis Section

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
There are two tables on this biology handout. The first lists questions and leaves one open column to answer them for mitosis and another for meiosis. The second is a true-or-false exercise in which four statements are made about cell...
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Objectivity

For Teachers K - 1st
Help young readers examine historic artifacts to determine if they were designed to help people survive or to create enjoyment. They identify objects that were designed to help people to survive and to enjoy themselves. Then compare and...
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Ruminating on the Digestive System

For Teachers 5th - 11th
Students compare the digestive systems of the buffalo and of the zebra, diagram their systems, and compare their lengths. In this digestive system lesson plan, students learn about their diets as well.
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Comparing

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
Practice the comparison words lighter, heavier, longer, shorter, smaller, and bigger using this visual chart. For each set of three objects, pupils order them according to one of these terms. The six terms are illustrated above for...
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Literary Comparison

For Teachers 8th - 12th Standards
Compare and contrast two pieces of literature with this lesson. With the use of a Venn diagram, pupils make connections between literature and real-life situations. They practice skills of surveying a text looking for important details,...
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Equal Value

For Students 1st - 2nd Standards
Which coins add up to these values? Young mathematicians examine five cent values, circling the coins needed to amount to them. Next, they compare money values in four sets of coins. First, learners add up each set to find the total...
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Comparing and Ordering

For Students 2nd - 3rd
Before handing out this number comparison activity, ask scholars to pick a number between 20 and 50. Could they do it? Explain that they chose a number greater than 20 and less than 50, which is exactly what they will be doing next. Each...
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Comparisons

For Students 1st - 2nd
Explore number value with learners through playing cards. They examine sets of three cards, adding up the value and comparing it to another set of three. Learners write in which is greater than or is less than to show number value...
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Our Solar System - Comparing Planetary Travel Distances

For Teachers 7th - 8th
NASA presents a mini-unit on distances in our solar system. It incorporates scientific concepts of gravity, mass, density, and payload while your aspiring astronauts also employ mathematics skills. They calculate speed, they determine...
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Introduce: Comparison and Contrast

For Teachers K - 3rd
Class discussions can really make concepts come to life. The class discusses the differences between compare and contrast, read a book, then talk about ways they can compare events or characters in the story. Good leading question are...
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Compare and Contrast Author's Voice

For Teachers 4th Standards
Follow the procedural details here to model for your class how to identify author's voice in two poems, "Since Hannah Moved Away" by Judith Viorst and Mirriam Chaikin's "I Hate Harry." Together, determine voice and the words that reveal...
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The Number Line

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Represent, order, and compare rational numbers in order to practice placing them on a number line. Your class will use appropriate operations, methods, and tools to compute with real numbers. Then they must explain completely and clearly...
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Decimals Decide Olympic Champions

For Teachers 4th - 6th
The class discovers how a decimal can make all the difference in the Olympics. As they learn about decimal place values, they compare and contrast data and demonstrate decimal values using manipulatives.