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Common Mistakes!

WP: Answer a question involving a fraction and a decimal

7th Grade Math » Unit: Expressions and Equations
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Introduction to Radicals

Algebra I » Unit: Radical Expressions, Equations, and Rational Exponents
Big Idea: The point of this lesson is for students to understand the difference between exact and approximate solutions.
 
 
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John Henry- A Man or a Myth?

5th Grade ELA » Unit: Literary Analysis: Reading for Meaning, Evidence, and Purpose
Big Idea: Using schema and connections to text helps the reader infer meaning of a passage
 
 
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Heads Down Writing; Heads Up Conferencing

9th Grade ELA » Unit: Long Composition on Choice Reading
Big Idea: Quick, informal, but personal conferences can strengthen writing and build confidence.
 
 
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Explanation of student work

3 Addends

1st Grade Math » Unit: Problem Solving Addition
Big Idea: When we add 3 addends we can look for a friendly combination to make our work easier
 
 
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Classroom Video: Developing a Conceptual Understanding

Two-Digit by Two-Digit Multiplication

4th Grade Math » Unit: Multiplication with Whole Numbers
Big Idea: Students will work towards mastery of multiplication by two-digit numbers.
 
 
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Close Reading to Compare Characters

1st Grade ELA » Unit: Learning New Words and Making Discoveries
Big Idea: Your students will gain practice using close reading strategies to identify character traits.
 
 
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Who Said That?

3rd Grade ELA » Unit: Sarah, Plain and Tall
Big Idea: Readers can learn about characters and story events by paying attention to what the characters say and how they say it.
 
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Group Rules

Birdhouse Creation

2nd Grade Science » Unit: Habitat
Big Idea: Helping birds to survive and reproduce
 
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Thicker questions.

Researching the Endangered Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus!

4th Grade Science » Unit: Thinking, Writing, and Observing Like a Scientist
Big Idea: Students learn to identify valid resources, skim & scan and explore how to fill out a simple research grid as they research a "tree octopus".
 
 
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