New and Popular this week

 
636 teachers viewed a Lesson

The Challenge of Directions

5th Grade Math » Unit: Numerical Expressions and Patterns
Big Idea: Students grapple with the challenges of carefully reading questions to answer what is actually asked. Interpreting the directions can be the most challenging part of a problem.
 
Colleen Werner added a Video
 

halftake1

Quadratic Modeling (DAY 1)

Algebra II » Unit: Polynomial Functions and Expressions
Big Idea: Objects launched into the air follow a curve that can be described with a quadratic function. Modeling with a quadratic function allows us to predict the path of the object.
 
 
719 teachers viewed a Lesson

Slip or Trip?

6th Grade ELA » Unit: Pick a Side! Prove Your Point!
Big Idea: Was Queenie tripped or did she slip down the stairs? Use this engaging resource to kick-off the argument unit.
 
 
293 teachers viewed a Lesson

BEOWULF: Review of Grendel, Beowulf, and Battle with Grendel; Grendel's Mother

12th Grade ELA » Unit: BEOWULF
Big Idea: "A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom." -Bob Dylan
 
 
1722 teachers viewed a Lesson

Hundreds, Tens, Ones Are Coins Too

2nd Grade Math » Unit: Everything In Its Place
Big Idea: Students will extend their understanding of hundreds, tens and ones using dollars, dimes and pennies as another way to express groups of 100, 10 and 1.
 
 
408 teachers viewed a Lesson

Fractions and Decimals

4th Grade Math » Unit: Decimals
Big Idea: Using a visual model gives the students a conceptual understanding of naming fractions and decimals
 
 
986 teachers viewed a Lesson

Yeh-Shen, the Chinese Cinderella: Day 2 of Cinderella Unit

2nd Grade ELA » Unit: Fractured Fairly Tales
Big Idea: Puppetry can be used to dramatize a different version of the same fictional story while foreshadowing similar key details.
 
 
345 teachers viewed a Lesson

Aarrr, Scallywag! Continue to Compare and Contrast: Pirate Week Day 4 of 5

3rd Grade ELA » Unit: Ocean Inspired Unit
Big Idea: Your landlubbers continue to practice many Common Core skills as they read fictional pirate stories at their own level, complete a comparison to the shared reading selection earlier this week, and compose a paragraph to express their ideas.
 
 
13 teachers viewed a Lesson

Insect or Not?

4th Grade Science » Unit: Macroinvertebrates
Big Idea: Some macroinvertebrates are insects and they all share characteristics that set them apart from non-insect macroinvertebrates.
 
 
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload
details
close