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EngageNY

"EngageNY Grade 6 ELA: Module 2A, Unit 1: Analyzing Figurative Language, Word Choice, Structure and Meaning"

For Teachers 6th Standards
Christopher Paul Curtis' Newberry Medal winning novel Bud, Not Buddy is the anchor text in a unit that asks middle schoolers to examine Bud's rules to live by. They compare these rules to those in President Barack Obama's 2009...
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Steve Jobs’ Stanford University Commencement Speech

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
"Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish." The advice contained in Steve Jobs' commencement speech provides readers with food for thought. 
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Imagining Apple Without Steve Jobs

For Students 7th - 12th
Who was Steve Jobs and what has he contributed to American culture and technology? Kids ask themselves these questions as they read a New York Times article about Apple and Mr. Jobs. There are seven comprehension questions for learners...
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Making Evidence-Based Claims: 2005 Commencement Address Stanford University Steve Jobs

For Teachers 6th Standards
In order to make evidence-based claims, one must be able to draw explicit information from text. From here, learners take that information, analyze the text to develop a deeper understanding, and connect with the information in order to...
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Getting the Gist: Steve Jobs Commencement Address

For Teachers 6th Standards
As part of a unit study of Bud, Not Buddy, readers compare Buddy's list of rules to live by with those rules that Steve Jobs enumerates upon in his commencement address to Stanford's 2005 graduating class. 
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Getting the Gist and Determining Word Meaning: Paragraphs 12–14 of Steve Jobs’ Commencement Address

For Teachers 6th Standards
Groups use a Venn diagram to compare the theme of love and loss in Steve's Jobs' 2005 commencement address to Stanford University students and Christopher Paul Curtis' Bud, Not Buddy.
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Getting the Gist and Determining Word Meaning: Paragraphs 20–22 of Steve Jobs’ Commencement Address (Lesson 11)

For Teachers 6th Standards
In preparation for the unit exam, groups employ the strategies they have been practicing to formulate an interpretative claim about the connections between Christopher Paul Curtis' Bud, Not Buddy, and Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford University...
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Text-Dependent Questions and Making a Claim: Digging Deeper into Paragraphs 12–14 of Steve Jobs’ Commencement Address

For Teachers 6th Standards
Readers draw connections between Bud, Not Buddy and Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford University commencement address and cite evidence from the two texts to support their analysis.
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Getting the Gist and Determining Word Meaning: Paragraphs 20–22 of Steve Jobs’ Commencement Address (Lesson 10)

For Teachers 6th Standards
Groups create a list of the character traits Steve Jobs and Buddy, the main character of Christopher Paul Curtis' Bud, Not Buddy share and select evidence from Jobs' 2005 Stanford University Commencement Address to support their analysis.
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Qualities of a Strong Literary Argument Essay

For Teachers 6th Standards
One lesson, two essays, and one central theme: qualities of an argument essay. Here, scholars first describe qualities of an argument essay regarding Bud's rules to live by from the novel, Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis. Then,...
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Steve Jobs Documentary

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Your techies will love the photos of young Jobs and Wozniack in this brief overview of Steve Jobs' trip from garage to grandeur, from millionaire at 24 to ousted at 30. A very positive spin on a mercurial genius.
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Text-Dependent Questions and Choosing Details to Support a Claim

For Teachers 6th Standards
Readers learn how to choose specific details drawn from a primary source (Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford University commencement address) to support an analysis of informative text.
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Stanford University Commencement 2005

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
"Much of what I stumbled into by following my curiosity and intuition turned out to be priceless later on." In 2005, Steve Jobs looked back on his journey to becoming CEO and Co-Founder of Apple and Pixar, and offered some words of...
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Apple Macintosh, 1984

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Wow! Here is a historically important video which shows a very young Steve Jobs introducing the first Macintosh computer. It's amazing to see the little machine, and what it can do is quite impressive. A fantastic video for any course on...
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Steve Jobs

For Students 4th - 6th
In this famous people worksheet, learners read about the life of Steve Jobs and complete a variety of comprehension activities including but not limited to matching, sequencing, writing and spelling activities. An answer key is included.
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End of Unit 1 Assessment: Analyzing an Excerpt from Barack Obama’s Back-to-School Speech

For Teachers 6th Standards
In order to assess their mastery of the concepts taught in a 12-lesson unit study of Christopher Paul Curtis' Bud, Not Buddy, individuals read excerpts from President Barack Obama's 2009 Back-to-School Speech and use the strategies they...
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Conceptualizing Module II - Putting It All Together

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
"Creativity is just connecting things." - Steve Jobs. After weeks of researching climate change, the ninth lesson in a series of 21 combines the data and analysis to address essential questions. It covers natural phenomenon, human...
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Elementary–Module 1: Sustainable Innovation

For Teachers 4th - 6th Standards
Where would society be without the innovations of Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs? Scholars explore what it means to have an innovative mindset. Working in small groups, pupils design a product or service to help solve a social,...
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Calling All Inventors: Celebrate National Inventors Month

For Teachers 5th - 7th
Start off the school year by engaging learners in a creative study of inventors and their inventions.
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Entrepreneurs Should Keep Business Simple

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Delve into the idea of small businesses and get reading to find out how they grow. THe class reads an article about Steve Gotty, a who made his small business grow and discuss the setbacks he faced. They also discuss ways for a company...
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Selecting Evidence to Logically Support Claims

For Teachers 6th Standards
It's time to make a rule sandwich! After exploring the writing assignment's rubric and analyzing a model essay, learners are guided through the prewriting phase using the sandwich technique. Pupils create their own sandwich addressing...
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What's Integrity?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students explore the trait of integrity. In this character education activity, students read letters by Steve Williams pertaining to jobs that help others. Students discuss the jobs WilIiams shares as well as integrity in their lives.
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Cry Freedom

For Teachers 7th - 12th
If you are considering showing the film Cry Freedom, directed by Richard Attenborough, to your class, you might show them this presentation first. The slides contain background information about South Africa, apartheid, Steve Biko, and...
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Community Worker Trading Cards

For Teachers K - 1st
Students discover the employees that run their community.  In this civics lesson, students identify members of their community by creating trading cards based on their job and responsibilities.  Students share and trade their cards in...