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Offers several pictures of 10 buildings of the famous American architect, as well as discussion of his life and work. The site offers films clips of Wright being interviewed.
When visiting the recommended website in this lesson, students learn about the Underground Railroad and "walk in the shoes" of an escaping slave. Using the picture book Sweet Clara...
Students will learn the ten steps of the engineering design process. Through video clips, quick-writes and think-pair-share activities, the students will become engaged with the co...
In this classroom clip, Albuquerque teacher Clara Gonzales-Espinoza explains to two students how to find and use evidence from the text while reading a picture-book version of Cind...
Are your students community contributers? Get them involved! In this lesson, students view two to three short videos that relate to social justice. After comparing the videos they ...
Photography is an art form that uses the familiar mechanical device known the world-over as the camera to capture an image. Many of you probably have one in your pocket right now. ...
In this animated video segment adapted from NASA, astronomer Doris Daou explains how the forces of speed and gravity keep the Moon in a constant orbit around Earth.
Through a classroom game and resource handouts, students learn about the techniques used in persuasive oral arguments and apply them to independent persuasive writing activities.
Offers several pictures of 10 buildings of the famous American architect, as well as discussion of his life and work. The site offers films clips of Wright being interviewed.
When visiting the recommended website in this lesson, students learn about the Underground Railroad and "walk in the shoes" of an escaping slave. Using the picture book Sweet Clara...
Students will learn the ten steps of the engineering design process. Through video clips, quick-writes and think-pair-share activities, the students will become engaged with the co...
In this classroom clip, Albuquerque teacher Clara Gonzales-Espinoza explains to two students how to find and use evidence from the text while reading a picture-book version of Cind...
Photography is an art form that uses the familiar mechanical device known the world-over as the camera to capture an image. Many of you probably have one in your pocket right now. ...
Are your students community contributers? Get them involved! In this lesson, students view two to three short videos that relate to social justice. After comparing the videos they ...
In this animated video segment adapted from NASA, astronomer Doris Daou explains how the forces of speed and gravity keep the Moon in a constant orbit around Earth.
Through a classroom game and resource handouts, students learn about the techniques used in persuasive oral arguments and apply them to independent persuasive writing activities.