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#### Find the Average Rate of Change - Miles per Hour (Example)

That was fast! Pupils quickly learn about calculating the average rate of change given a real-world context. They watch a video where the narrator finds the average rate of change of a driver in miles per hour.

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#### Rate-of-Work Problems

In this rate-of-work worksheet, 9th graders read word stories and gather information. They write an equation for the story and solve the problem. There are five problems, with answers, provided on this one-page worksheet.

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#### Work Word Problems

In this word problem worksheet, algebra learners solve classic work problems. They find work rates, time to complete a task with a partner, or time to complete task alone. Twelve word problems are included in this worksheet. An answer...

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#### "The Story of an Hour" Vocabulary

Designed to be used in conjunction with a PowerPoint (not included), this packet develops vocabulary for "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin. There are eight vocabulary words listed here. Examples include afflict, elusive, and...

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#### How Your Digestive System Works

Ever wonder why it takes awhile to feel full when you eat a meal or snack? Follow food in its fantastic, 40-hour journey through your body with a video about the digestive system! Young anatomists explore the process of digestion,...

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#### Estimate Study Hours

How many hours should students devote to studying outside of class? Learners use this worksheet to not only practice estimation, but also develop a valuable study skill for their future academic careers.

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#### Reviewing Conventions and Editing Peers’ Work

Encourage young writers to edit text based on conventions. After reviewing the conventions, fourth graders watch a teacher demonstration on how to revise a paragraph for correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation, or dialogue. Then,...

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#### Victorian Children at Work

All work and no play? Sounds like the lives of children during the Victorian Era! A photographic presentation shows case studies, images, and easy-to-understand language that effectively explains the working conditions of children at the...

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#### All in a Day's Work

Who is Herman Melville? Read and discuss "Bartleby the Scrivener: A Story of Wall-street." Then, discuss the film adaptations of Melville's work and translate a passage of the text into modern-day English. Discussion questions are...

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#### Writing Task 6.RP.1

Sixth graders apply their knowledge of rates to solve a simple word problem on this short formative assessment. Using the weekly earnings of two babysitters who work for the same wage, students are asked to determine the number of hours...

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#### Childhood Lost: Child Labor in the United States, 1830-1930

Working in groups, middle and high schoolers describe and discuss photographs depicting working conditions experienced by child laborers in the 19th century. They then write a persuasive paragraph supporting an amendment to regulate the...

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#### Minutes and Hours

For this mathematics worksheet, 1st graders identify about how long it takes to do each task illustrated. Then they do three things that take minutes to complete and three things that take hours to complete.

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#### Scientists and Their Work

Ninth graders examine the daily work of scientists and the scientific inquiry processes commonly used by scientists. They are asked to make a connection between the skills used by scientists and the skills used by citizens when making...

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#### Scientists and Their Work

Ninth graders study the work of scientists and the processes that they use. In this scientific inquiry lesson students view a video and do their own scientific investigation.

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#### Why It Pays to Work Hard

Hard work is the second of Richard St. John's "8 Traits Successful People Have in Common." Many young learners believe that in order to be successful, one needs to have a great deal of talent or intelligence; however, after interviewing...

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#### Got the Time? (Math Word Problems)

Upper graders work with peers to solve word problems related to time and independently solve word problems that involve calculating time. They will show their ability to solve and work through mathematical operations. A worksheet is...

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#### Making a Clock

Have a fun time teaching children to read analog clocks with this whole-group math activity. Using large sets of the numerals 1-12 and 0, 5, 10...55, the teacher creates a large clock on either the carpet or the white board, explaining...

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#### Going to Work Problem

In this work problem, students determine the distance between two points when given the time and rate traveled. This one-page learning exercise contains 1 problem. The answer is provided at the bottom of the page.

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#### Time to Get Clean

It's assessment time! Determine your young mathematicians' understanding of elapsed time with this brief, five-question quiz.

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#### How Does that Work?

Sixth and seventh graders explore algebra word problems. They work with a partner to solve word problems distributed by e-mail. Learners simplify mathematical expressions following a "think aloud" algebra strategy modeled by the teacher....

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#### Introduction to Hours & Minutes

First graders identify, interpret, and gain proficiency in using a clock to tell time to the hour and determine how many minutes are in an hour. They identify and list what they do as they travel through their dayand how much time you...

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#### Slope Example

Given a table with the number of hours worked and the amount of money earned, Sal shows in this video how to calculate the unit rate or wage per hour and its relationship to slope.

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#### Efficient Storage

Who's the best for the job? A modeling lesson asks your class to analyze job applicants before deciding who to hire to best get the work done. Pupils work in groups to find the best combination of workers that will be able to meet the...

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#### Work Your Proper Hours Day

In this Work Your Proper Hours Day worksheet, students read or listen to a passage about unpaid overtime hours, then match phrases, fill in the gaps, choose the correct words, unscramble words and sentences, put sentences in order, write...