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Students will translate verbal expressions into algebraic equations to represent real-world problems starting by correctly identifying the variables and operations in the situation.
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After reviewing with their groups, students will show what they know about angle relationships on the unit assessment.
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Editing and polishing are crucial steps in the writing process.
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This I believe--but why? Supporting inferential points with evidence.
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The magic spoon is back and its scooping more than last time. Students figure out the combinations of apples and bananas that I could have had on my breakfast plate.
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Children will work to write math stories that could be used to describe situations for a given multiplication expression, using the correct multiplier and group size.
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You mean there's a certain structure to a piece of writing?
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In this unit we have read and learned about Greek myths. In this lesson we will be reading short articles that contain terminology that references Greek mythology.
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Discover some cool facts about animals and how they protect themselves. You may surprise yourself!
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Simply watching crayfish and gathering data through careful observation are different skills. Students will delight in thinking of experiments to carry out in order to observe crayfish in this lesson.
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