WHST.6-8.4

Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

 
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Writing a RECALL Lab Conclusion (Part 1/2)

6th Grade Science » Unit: Communicating Scientifically
6th Grade Science » Unit: Communicating Scientifically
Erin Greenwood
Boulder, CO
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Expert communication skills are required when explaining and presenting scientific ideas - put all the pieces together to tell the world what you learned.

 
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scientific communication
   

Rockets: Research and Design Proposals

7th Grade Science » Unit: Forces and Motion: All New-Tons of Fun!
7th Grade Science » Unit: Forces and Motion: All New-Tons of Fun!
Leigh Roehm
Saline, MI
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

It's not rocket science.....oh wait, it is! Students use the design process to create a water powered bottle rocket that can launch hundreds of feet into the air!

 
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Writing a RECALL Lab Conclusion (Part 2/2)

6th Grade Science » Unit: Communicating Scientifically
6th Grade Science » Unit: Communicating Scientifically
Erin Greenwood
Boulder, CO
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Expert communication skills are required when explaining and presenting scientific ideas - put all the pieces together to tell the world what you learned.

 
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scientific communication
   

E-Portfolios

7th Grade Science » Unit: Final Week of School
7th Grade Science » Unit: Final Week of School
Mariana Garcia Serrato
San Jose, CA
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

End the year with a bang!

 
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e portfolio
   

Designing a Wind Turbine (Part 1)

8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Wind Turbine Design
8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Wind Turbine Design
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Design matters. To create authenticity in engineering, students work to explain why it is important to design a wind turbine blade.

 
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What are Fossil Fuels?

8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

What's the big deal with fossil fuels? What are they and why are they so important? This lesson introduces students to the role of fossil fuels in creating new technologies.

 
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Why is Coal so Important?

8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

By 8th grade students can grasp how coal has both an environmental as well as an economic impact.

 
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Exploring Natural Gas

8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

What's the deal with natural gas? How is it formed and is it really the best fossil fuel?

 
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What are the Effects of Oil Spills?

8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

How do contemporary events impact our energy choices? With the use of two reading pieces, students examine the effects of an oil spill.

 
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What is Fracking?

8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Have you heard of fracking? What is it and why is it in the news? Check out this science literacy lesson to learn how fracking impacts the environment.

 
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Exploring Nuclear Energy

8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
8th Grade Science » Unit: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

What is fission and how can nuclear power plants help our energy crisis?

 
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Designing An Eco-friendly Building Part 4

8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Eco Friendly Building
8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Eco Friendly Building
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Using their design ideas, students create a model of their eco-friendly building.

 
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Design a Nuclear Waste Facility Part 1

8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Nuclear Waste Facility
8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Nuclear Waste Facility
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Design matters for human health and safety. To understand how the use of nuclear energy can impact society, students work to explain why it is important to design a nuclear waste facility.

 
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Solar Panel Technology

8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Designing a Solar Car
8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Designing a Solar Car
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Where should the money go? Students explore how solar panel technology is growing but is it fast enough? Should the government fun solar panel research?

 
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Designing A Wind Turbine (Part 4)

8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Wind Turbine Design
8th Grade Science » Unit: Designing for the Future: Wind Turbine Design
Sydney Schuler
La Grange Park, IL
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Using scientific inquiry and mathematics students test their designs to determine how much power their design produces.

 
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Common Core ELA
 
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