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Introduction to Reference MaterialsLesson Planet
2nd CCSS: Designed
The Incredible Book Eating Boy is an adorable story and a fun match for introducing reference materials in the elementary grades. Second graders easily identify with Henry, the main character in the story, who loved to eat books. Class...
The BEAM Project: Building Efficient Architectural ModelsLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Technology or engineering teams are given a task to design, construct, and test the efficiency of a structure that will foster an even temperature throughout an entire sunny day. Intended as a long-term project, pupils research, plan,...
Properties of Materials (with adjectives)Lesson Planet
8th - 10th
Help your students write descriptive lab reports! Designed for ESL students but useful for mainstreamed kids as well, the activity prompts students to think of substances that match twenty given adjectives ("salt" for "soluble," for...
Raven Chapter 14 Guided Notes: DNA, the Genetic MaterialLesson Planet
9th - Higher Ed
Because it is heavily focused on the contributors to DNA theory, this worksheet may be more of an enrichment than a fundamental support to your genetics curriculum. Though it does query learners about DNA structure, replication, and...
His Dark Materials Study Questions & Essay TopicsLesson Planet
6th - Higher Ed
Sparknotes is popular for a reason! It provides tons of information, and even for teachers, there is useful information on this website. Respond to eight short answer and essay questions about Philip Pullman's trilogy of His Dark...
Separating Mixtures: How We Concentrate Natural MaterialsLesson Planet
6th - 9th CCSS: Adaptable
How do miners isolate the substance they're looking for from a big pile of rock? Through an insightful lab, science scholars learn how to use their observation skills to identify physical properties that scientists use to separate...
Why Do Superhydrophobic Materials Never Get Wet?Lesson Planet
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed
Some materials really, really hate water. Viewers watch a video to learn about superhydrophobic materials. They see how these materials work and how they are useful in daily life, such as for windshields and raincoats.
Aluminium—The Material That Changed the WorldLesson Planet
6 mins 10th - Higher Ed
Meet element number 13, aluminum. A video in the Real Engineering playlist explains how people started using aluminum in airplanes, buildings, and power lines. Scholars see how a moment of serendipity led to a process for producing this...
Carbon Fiber—The Material of the Future?Lesson Planet
12 mins 9th - Higher Ed
Can you see the future in a carbon fiber? A Real Engineering video describes the development of carbon fiber as a building material. It also explains some applications of carbon fiber in aerospace and sporting goods, including proposed...
Man and Materials Through HistoryLesson Planet
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
From the start of the Industrial Revolution, it only took 147 years for someone to invent plastic. This may seem like a long time, but in the history of inventing or discovering new materials, this is incredibly fast. An informative and...
Reaching Breaking Point: Materials, Stresses, and Toughness: Crash Course Engineering #18Lesson Planet
11 mins 9th - 12th
Don't let materials science break you. An informative video explains the mechanical properties of materials. It uses a stress-strain diagram to discuss elasticity, hardness, toughness, creep strength, and fatigue strength. It also...
Natural Resources and Synthetic MaterialsLesson Planet
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
All synthetic materials began as natural materials. An engaging lesson begins with a hands-on activity and an example of the type of research that scholars perform independently. Then pupils receive a topic and begin researching the...