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How Playing Sports Benefits Your Body ... and Your Brain
4 mins 7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Exercising is undeniably beneficial for our brains and bodies. But how do these benefits compare to the participation and joining of a sports team? Watch an educational video to discover the psychological and health benefits of joining a...
Sports Team Connotation Activities
6th - 9th CCSS: Adaptable
Reinforce your pupils' knowledge of connotation and denotation with a set of three sports team name activities. Using a dictionary, partners examine, define, and discuss 16 fictitious names for athletic teams. They brainstorm and analyze...
Favorite Sports and Athletes: an Introduction to Sports Media
K - 3rd
Even young children watch sports and like team logos and products. It's never too early to think critically about what's onscreen. This exercise develops awareness that media communicate values (i.e. who participates in sports and who...
The Economics of Pro Sports: Why are the Cowboys and Yankees so Valuable?
10th - 12th
What do sports have to do with economics? A lot, if you're talking about professional sports franchises. Learners investigate the costs, revenue, and incentives in investing in professional sports teams. They'll use data from Forbes...
Comparison of Two Different Gender Sports Teams - Part 3 of 3 Scatter Plots and Lines of Best Fit
9th - 10th
Students create a scatter plot for bivariate data and find the trend line to describe the correlation for the sports teams. In this scatter plot lesson, students analyze data, make predictions,and use observations about sports data...
Connotation: Three Lessons for Effective Word Choice
6th - 9th
Over the course of three days, middle schoolers explore the concept of connotation. They differentiate between the connotative and denotative meanings of sports team names, develop their own team names, logos, and text, and revise a news...
Boston vs Bullies: Facilitator's Guide
K - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Score a big win for your school's environment with top-notch bullying prevention resources! The downloadable materials feature prominent sports figures from the Boston area talking about their experiences with bullying. Appropriate for...
The Economics of Professional Sports: If You Build It, Will They Come?
9th - 12th
Students examine the role of sports in cities across the country. Using recent public policy, they discuss how far the public should go to provide a new sports stadium for their teams. In the first part of this lesson, they explain the...
What's in a Name? The Use of Native American Images in Sports
6th - 8th
Students discuss and analyze the pros and cons of using Native American names and images to represent sports teams. Using primary sources, including position statements from Native American tribes, interviews with school alumni and...
What Happens When You Have a Concussion?
6 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Ever had a concussion? Watch a video that explains the complicated dangers of concussions and how brain neurons are damaged during a concussion. Discover ways to heal the brain after a concussion and the long term effects of head trauma.
Basketball—It's a Tall Man's Sport, or Is It?
9th - 10th CCSS: Designed
Does height make a difference with scoring? Using data of NBA players, pupils make a scatter plot of height and free throw percentage. They use technology to find a regression line and to calculate the correlation coefficient before...
Comparison of Two Different Gender Sports Teams - Part 1 of 3 Measures of Central Tendency
8th - 9th
Students gather and analyze data from sports teams. In this measures of central tendency lesson, students gather information from websites about sports team performance. Students analyze and draw conclusions from this data. This lesson...
What Happens When You Get Heat Stroke? sun stroke, homeostasis, body temperature
4 mins 7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Exertional heat stroke is one of the three leading causes of death in sports, but with the help of this video young athletes will be able to avoid this life-threatening condition. Offering clear explanations of how the body dissipates...
The Economics of Professional Sports: Underpaid Millionaires?
9th - 12th
Students examine the salaries of professional sports players. Using the baseball strike, they identify the repercussions of the event to the sport. They complete an interactive activity to determine if baseball players are overpaid. ...
Hall of Fame Lesson Module — Financial Football
11th - Higher Ed
Kick off an engaging review on personal finance with an online football game. Financial Football incorporates both football strategies and economic knowledge in an interactive format, allowing future CFOs to answer a variety of questions...
Exploring Arizona's Biotic Communities Lesson 4: Which Team Are You On?
6th - 10th
Who is not drawn to trading cards? In this lesson, junior ecologists create a trading card of an animal or plant from one of Arizona's biotic communities. Gorgeous sample cards are provided in the lesson plan as well as a plethora of...
Schoolyard Biodiversity Investigation Educator Guide
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
In 1980, in the tropical rainforests of Panama, scientists discovered 1,200 species of beetles living in and around just 19 trees, with most of the species new to science—that's biodiversity! In the activity, learners work in teams to...
Exploring Arizona's Biotic Communities Lesson 4: Which Team are You On?
6th - 8th
Individuals in your science class research a desert plant or animal from different biotic communities. After researching, they create a collector's card similar to a baseball card. Gather, reproduce, and use the cards to play a game in...
Volleyball Practice Plans & Drill Bank
6th - 12th
Enhance volleyball lessons or team practice with a collection of videos that showcase a 14 and under beach volleyball team from Canada. The Volleyball Canada Beach Volleyball Drill Bank Series clearly demonstrates how to perform drills for warm ups, serves, blocks, passes, defense, as well as for setting and attacking.
How Curiosity Got Us to Mars
6 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Curiosity is the desire to learn or know, and it is also the name of the rover that landed on Mars in 2012. Mohawk-sporting Bobak Ferdowsi, a NASA engineer also discusses how and why we study Mars. He provides facts about the rover and...
The Legacy of the Olympics: Economic Burden or Boon?
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Do the economic benefits of major sporting events such as the Olympics or the World Cup outweigh the expected costs? Using fundamental economic terms, discover the explicit and implicit costs and benefits for countries that host these...
Scale City — Similar Figures in the Real World
4 mins 6th - 7th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewBat a perfect thousand when learning about math and baseball. Scholars view an informative video on Babe Ruth and the Louisville Slugger Museum. They answer several questions on batting averages and scale models using ratios and...