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#### Write an Introduction for an Informational Text

Start your informational essay off right with a strong introduction, the focus of the sixth of nine videos on using text resources to write an essay. In particular, it discusses how to structure the paragraph around a great hook to make...

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#### “Dressing Up” an Introduction

Are your pupils ready to move beyond a thesis statement by adding additional detail to their introductory paragraphs? Provide this handout to give your class some ideas for spiffing up their work. The page includes a sample paragraph...

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#### Enzymes Help Us Digest Food ~ Introduction to Sugars and Enzymes

After an explanatory introduction to sugars and enzyme activity, biochemists discover whether lactase is needed to digest lactose, sucrose, and milk as a whole. High school science lab skills are required for these investigations.

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#### Introduction to Environmental Engineering

A series on environmental engineering introduces the class to issues that environmental engineers work to solve. This first lesson focuses on air and land issues, and looks at ways to reduce pollution.

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#### An Introduction to Nutrition

Whether you need a new textbook for your health class, or a few exercises and passages for your lesson on nutrition, you'll find what you need with a thorough nutritional science resource. With 15 chapters that cover elements of...

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#### How to Write an Essay Introduction

Clichéd and repetitive introductions got you down? Try this lesson on for size! Start off by instructing your class members on techniques for writing introductions and what types of introductions they should avoid. Several general lesson...

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#### Getting Hooked, Introduction for a Narrative

How can you interest your reader? Here is a great lesson on reading and discussing the characteristics of a narrative. Elementary schoolers explore writing techniques to hook the reader. They identify their hook and share their...

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#### An Introduction to Thomas Paine's Common Sense

Most American are familiar with Thomas Paine's impassioned plea about the importance of liberty, but they may not be as familiar with the other ideas put forth in his pamphlet Common Sense. Introduce class members to Paine's...

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#### Introduction Questions

What country are you from? What is your favorite food to cook? What is your favorite sport to watch? Pupils practice English and learn more about their classmates with a set of conversational questions.

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#### Introduction to Historical Thinking

Christopher Columbus: hero or villain? Prepare class members for the debate with activities that asks them to think critically about how history is reported.

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#### Introduction to Nanotechnology Using the Creative Problem-Solving Model

Should we continue to spend money on nanotechnology? Groups engage in a problem-solving unique process around the newly emerging research field of nanotechnology. In order to propose a solution, the groups must research nanotechnology...

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#### Introduction to Linear Functions

Introduce your algebra learners to linear and quadratic functions. Learners compare the differences and relate them back to the equations and graphs. Lead your class to discussions on the properties of a function or a constant slope...

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#### Introduction to John Updike

Expand your pupils' understanding of the short story genre with a study of John Updike and his story "A&P." This lesson plan, the fourth in a series of fourteen, invites learners to examine literary terms and read and discuss the...

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#### Introduction to Limits

Looking for a way to mix up teaching methods? Here is a video provides a basic introduction to the idea of a limit. Using the information presented, students are able to determine when substitution is appropriate for determining a limit.

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#### Looking at Newspapers: Introduction

A scavenger hunt introduces class groups to the different sections of newspapers and the different types of articles found in each section.

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#### Introduction to Solving Linear Systems

Word problems offer class members an opportunity to learn the concept of solving linear systems using graphs. Individuals choose a problem based upon preferences, break into groups to discuss solution methods and whether there is...

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#### Introduction to the Great Depression—Canadian and World Studies

Ah, the classic business cycle model: recession, depression, recovery, prosperity. And then there was the Great Depression. Groups investigate the economic conditions that led to and social movements of the 1920s that great out of the...

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#### Introduction to Algebraic Equations

The concept of equality can be harder to understand than it seems. Help your classes by showing a video on the concept of equal expression. Of course, equal expressions create an equation, and that is the conclusion scholars make by the...

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#### Introduction to Media Literacy: Crash Course Media Literacy

How well does your class understand the types of media they use every day? Introduce them to the concept of media literacy with the first video in a Crash Course series on media literacy. Viewers discover the definition and types of...

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#### Math Class

Young analysts use real (provided) data from a class's test scores to practice using statistical tools. Not only do learners calculate measures of center and spread (including mean, median, deviation, and IQ range), but also use this...

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#### Introduction to Real Air Traffic Control—Problem Set A

Understand what it takes to control planes safely. The first lesson in a series of six introduces the class to the air traffic control situation. The pupils develop their understanding of units used in air travel, then learn how to read...

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#### Introduce Your Class at Open House with Microsoft Windows Movie Maker

Young scholars explore script writing. For this beginning of the year "building classroom community" lesson, students write several autobiographical sentences and introduce themselves on videotape. Young scholars share the class...

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#### Anatomy and Physiology Introduction

Muscle tissue is three times more efficient at burning calories than fat. Here is a video that explores how form fits function, introducing anatomy and physiology. The instructor then explores homeostasis, hierarchy associated with...

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#### Introduction to Conditional Probability

Here is a turnkey lesson that walks young statisticians through the development and uses of conditional probability. From dice games to surveys, Venn diagrams to frequency tables, the class learns how a given can effect the overall...