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Students start off by observing the similarities and differences of longitude and latitude lines on maps and globes.  They will develop and use a hemisphere model to construct explanations as to why longitude and latitude lines are measured in degrees.

Students start off by observing the similarities and differences of longitude and latitude lines on maps and globes. They will develop and use a hemisphere model to construct explanations as to why longitude and latitude lines are measured in degrees.

Students start off by observing the similarities and differences of longitude and latitude lines on maps and globes.  They will develop and use a hemisphere model to construct explanations as to why longitude and latitude lines are measured in degrees.

Integrating Longitude and Latitude with 6th Grade Common Core Math Standards

Students start off by observing the similarities and differences of longitude and latitude lines on maps and globes. They will develop and use a hemisphere model to construct explanations as to why longitude and latitude lines are measured in degrees.

Hundreds of FREE short passages for students in grades 5-12, organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers. www.CommonLit.org

Hundreds of free short passages for students in grades organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers.

The main idea of these lessons is to gather empirical evidence that shatters the misconception many people hold that when we are closer to the Sun it is summer and when we are farther away from the Sun it is winter. NGSS and Math Common Core Standards integrate to help students reach the accurate conclusion.

Integrating NGSS with 6th Grade Math Common Core to Solve Science Questions

Integrating NGSS with Grade Math Common Core to Solve Science Questions

Looking to get your students, engaged, reading analytically, and writing argumentatively in a real world setting?  This simulation introduces a little known legal concept, adverse possession, as the backdrop for a Mock Supreme Court case. Intended for students taking a government, civics, or law and justice course, the simulation requires students to play roles and make arguments from a variety of perspectives fulfilling a variety of roles in the judicial system.

Supreme Court Simulation - Squatter's Rights

Looking to get your students, engaged, reading analytically, and writing argumentatively in a real world setting? This simulation introduces a little known

FREE Sounds of ED reading passage that practices fluency and comprehension and uses words that use the 3 sounds of ed (d, t, ed) for students to read in context - LOVE

FREE Sounds of ED reading passage that practices fluency and comprehension and uses words that use the 3 sounds of ed (d, t, ed) for students to read in context - LOVE Send home weekly reading, read Monday test on Friday

Host a friendly classroom debate with your students! This activity can be incorporated into any subject area that requires students to have a comprehensive understanding of a particular topic. A fun activity for all involved, and a great way to get students talking!

Classroom Debate Outline: How to organize a friendly class debate on ANY topic

FREE! Teaching the reading strategy: previewing a book. The focus of this strategy is to teach students how to preview a book and to make predictions.

FREE! Teaching the reading strategy: previewing a book. The focus of this strategy is to teach students how to preview a book and to make predictions.

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Good Website for Interactive Science Notebook Ideas. Hmmmmmm might be a way to beef up our lab reports again.

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