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Lesson: Euclidian Spaces

Provider name: Better Lesson
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

To learn how to identify and measure Euclidian spaces.

Sound

Provider name: Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Measure and compare ratios of string lengths for harmonious notes.

Frog Dissection

Provider name: The Biology Corner
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Frog Anatomy

The French Revolution

Provider name: Collegeboard/AP Central
Area of study: European History
Subject: History
Educational Level: College

  1. To explain the collapse of absolutism in France and the consequences of the political vacuum created by its downfall for the course of the Revolution.
  2. To be able to describe and contrast the two competing ideologies by which French revolutionaries reconstituted France as a nation, rather than a kingdom, and individuals as citizens instead of subjects.
  3. To comprehend and analyze interpretations of the causes of the Reign of Terror as either the creation of specific political circumstances or as the logical consequence of the ideologies of the early Revolution.
  4. To be able to interpret products of revolutionary political culture, such as written and visual political propaganda, as tools in understanding political ideology.

The Beauty of Beethoven

Provider name: Concordia University
Area of study: Classical Music
Subject: Music
Educational Level: Elementary

Analyze and interpret beauty based on philosophical excerpts from Plato

Identify, analyze and interpret beauty in excerpts from Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony"

Everyday Idioms

Provider name: ESL Library
Area of study: Conversational English
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

Everyday Idioms (1) is the ongoing story of Jon & Amy, told through 20 short English dialogues. Each lesson introduces 10 new idioms and features an audio recording, a comprehension task, a vocabulary review and a shuffled dialogue activity.

Equation of Circles

Provider name: Wolfram Alpha
Area of study: Geometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School, College

Students will be able to:

  • Define circle and radius.
  • Sketch a circle given its radius and center.
  • Write an equation of a circle given its radius and center.
  • Match a circle to its equation.

Rolling Bomber

Provider name: Rutgers School of Engineering
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: College

  • Students will be able to design a roller coaster to include a loop that will allow a marble to make a complete trip on it.
  • Students will be able to draw and communicate design aspects that went into designing their roller coasters.

United States History

Provider name: HTI @ OSU
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: College

This activity is part of a larger unit on the Enlightenment’s influence on the American Revolution. Through this activity, students will delve into some of the revolutionary documents and consider the ideas of “authority” and “power” from the perspectives of those who had such a great stake in America’s revolutionary struggle.

Collocation Patterns In English: Adjectives/Verbs+Prepositions Prepositions+Nouns

Provider name: IE Languages.com
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level 1: Elementary, High School, College

Pass out cards to students with adjectives and verbs written on them.

Write the prepositions at the top of the board, leaving plenty of room below them for students to put their cards in the correct column. (Use tape or patafix.)

One by one, students say what is written on their card, guess the French translation, and go to the board to put the card in the correct column according to which preposition follows it.

Distinguishing Earthquakes By Using Math Applications

Provider name: Lesson Plan Page
Area of study: Applied Math
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary

Using the data provided by the teacher consisting of the date, city and state, and magnitude of the top 10 worst earthquakes in the United States history, students will graph the earthquakes by magnitude on a bar graph and then determine which earthquake had the highest magnitude and the lowest magnitude by using their completed bar graph to place the earthquakes in ascending order (#1 being the lowest magnitude and #10 being the highest magnitude).

Creating Floor Plans In Excel

Provider name: Lesson Plan Page
Area of study: MicrosoftExcel
Subject: Information Technology
Educational Level: Elementary

Students will identify geometric patterns, practice measuring and drawing to scale, find perimeters and areas, improve business application technology skills, incorporate algebra and geometry skills and learn to appreciate a variety of home types.Students will identify geometric patterns, practice measuring and drawing to scale, find perimeters and areas, improve business application technology skills, incorporate algebra and geometry skills and learn to appreciate a variety of home types.

Teaching Math with Music

Provider name: SEDL
Area of study: Math and Music
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary

Two subject areas that might appear to be impervious to integration are mathematics—viewed as abstract and cold by many—and dance and music—usually perceived as emotional.

Coordinates

Provider name: Teaching Ideas
Area of study: Measurements
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary

A PDF containing a great activity based on coordinates, and the perimeters of shapes created using a given set of coordinates. Contributed by Neil Hedworth.

Density

Provider name: Better Lesson
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School, College

Ability to measure density of regular and irregular shaped objects

Use of: balance, measuring cylinder, displacement can, ruler and vernier calipers

Understanding difference between precision and accuracy. Repeating and averaging

Factor of Numbers,Greatest Common Factor(GCF)

Provider name: Universal Design of College Algebra
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

Find the factors and prime factors of numbers

Free Fall

Provider name: Physics Inquiry Lesson Plan
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School, College

Calculating velocity and time of freefall

Developing a Topic

Provider name: Trinity College
Area of study: Writing
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary

To use mind maps to help plan a topic

John Smith Map

Provider name: Center for History and New Media
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School, College

In this activity, teachers examine a map of Virginia drafted by John Smith around 1607 and engraved in 1612 in England. First, teachers examine the map, and answer the following questions:

What do you notice about the map?

What questions do you want to ask about the map?

After discussing these questions, teachers learn more about the historical context of the early 17th century, compare this map with a 2004 map, and draw conclusions about John Smith and the Virginia Company. After completing the activity, teachers discuss classroom applications.

Ayn Rand vs Communism

Provider name: Teachers.net
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School

Concepts Taught: Symbolism, Critical Thinking, and Essay Writing

Map Skills

Provider name: Teachers.net
Area of study: Geography
Subject: Social Studies
Educational Level: Elementary

Concepts Taught: Symbolism, Critical Thinking, and Essay Writing

Teaching Notation to Low Literacy Students

Provider name: Teachers.net
Area of study: Notations
Subject: Music
Educational Level: Middle School

Teaching students to read drum score and beat anticipation

Making Sense of Mental Health: Past and Present

Provider name: National Library of Medicine
Area of study: Mental Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

This lesson plan is prepared to increase the awareness of several mental health disorders. The plan provides team-based activities and a research project for students in three class periods.

Diet and Nutrition

Provider name: Michigan Reach Out
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

One fast-food meal, heavy in calories and fat, can be balanced by eating other nutritious meals during the day. But, too many fast-food meals can throw your body out of balance. You will figure out the nutritional values of foods to understand the nature of a healthy diet.

AB/BC Calculus Limits and Continuity

Provider name: Guyer Highschool
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School
  1. Discuss the concept of piecewise functions and review parent functions
  2. Define the “limit” of f(x) and use the properties of limits.
  3. Find one-sided limits.
  4. Evaluate limits of functions as x approaches a finite or infinite value where the functions are algebraic or trigonometric – use an algebraic approach as well as graphical one.
  5. Use the definition of continuity at a point

Targeting a Sweet Spot

Provider name: Rutgers School of Engineering
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: College

In the Ice Age where it is important to live while hunting giant animals what tools are most practical? Have students brainstorm ancient tools used for hunting.

[Students should determine that projectiles are the safest tools. Alternatively sharp tools are most useful for hunting, however close range is not always practical]

Lesson Plan in English 1

Provider name: Study Mode
Area of study: Writing
Subject: English
Educational Level: College
  1. Define what is topic, main idea, and supporting detail;
  2. Recognize topics, main ideas, and supporting details in reading passages;
  3. Identify the common location of main idea statements;
  4. Improve their skills in reading comprehension.

Computer Vocabulary

Provider name: Madison County Schools
Area of study: Computer Terminologies
Subject: Information Technology
Educational Level: Elementary

This lesson will introduce, provide guided practice, and review vocabulary necessary to work with computers.

Ultimate Football

Provider name: PE Central
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

The purpose of the activity is to have the students work on football throwing and catching skills while participating in a game situation.

Vectors and Matrices Problems

Provider name: Better Lesson
Area of study: Trigonometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

Find the angle between position vectors to the points

Rhythm Counting

Provider name: Public Schools of North Carolina
Area of study: Music Theory
Subject: Music
Educational Level: Elementary, High School, College

By the end of this lesson, students will demonstrate a better understanding of time signatures and rhythm counting.

Sexual Harassment

Provider name: Discovery Education
Area of study: Social/Emotional
Subject: Social/Emotional Health
Educational Level: Elementary

  1. Define the term sexual harassment
  2. Identify examples of sexual harassment
  3. Consider appropriate responses to sexual harassment

Teaching Basic Banking Principles

Provider name: Mcrel
Area of study: Banking
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

  1. Explain what money is and why it is needed.
  2. Explain how banks can enlarge or shrink the "money supply".
  3. Define the term reserve as it applies to bank deposits.
  4. Explain the concept of "net worth".

The Structure of the Atom, Chemical Bonding Lesson Plan

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

  1. Students will understand the core parts of an atom.
  2. Students will know the difference between an element and compound.
  3. Students will be able to differentiate between elements of atoms based on their atomic composition.
  4. To draw 'dot and cross' diagrams
  5. To identify ionic or covalent compounds.

Branches of Government

Provider name: Beacon Lesson Plan Library
Area of study: Government
Subject: Social Studies
Educational Level: High School

Students will use graphic organizers to assist them in learning about the three branches of government.

Schoolpaper Unit

Provider name: Comm Tech Lab
Area of study: Journalism
Subject: Literature
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students will research and write articles that will be published in an electronic newspaper.

Learning the Sounds of Instruments

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Instrumental Sounds
Subject: Music
Educational Level: Kindergarten

Children will choose different instruments of their choice and some children may have the same instrument.

Internet Entrepreneurs

Provider name: ESL library
Area of study: Business English
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

Learning conversational etiquette through the internet

Family and Sexual Health

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Anatomy, Function, and Caring for your reproductive system

Balancing Equations to Solve Variables

Provider name: Lesson Tutor
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

By the end of this lesson the student will be able to:

balance equations to solve for variables (solve for 'x')

Rockets

Provider name: Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary

This miniteach is designed for grades 3-8. The student will be able to design or build their own rocket.

The Industrial Revolution

Provider name: HTI @ OSU
Area of study: European History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School, College
  1. To explore, in-depth, the development of the textile industry in Great Britain, focusing on the invention of various machines.
  2. To link the rapid growth in both the textile industry and in coal mining in Great Britain to the development of social ills and the political push to alleviate some of the atrocious conditions under which people worked.
  3. To connect the process of industrialization to the expansion of male suffrage through the various reform bills of the 1800s in Great Britain.

Kickball

Provider name: Physical Education Lesson Plan Page
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School, College

The students will play a kickball game after they complete their running exercises.

Physical Fitness

Provider name: Health-Lesson-Plans-Teacher
Area of study: Physical Fitness
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

In this unit students will learn about benefits of exercise, setting goals, components of fitness, and much more. Also, it identifies objectives with Bloom’s Taxonomy learning domains.

English-Indian Encounters

Provider name: Collegeboard/AP central
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School, College

This lesson plan explores the dynamics of English-Indian relations in Virginia during the first part of the seventeenth century.

Destination: Anywhere Unit

Provider name: Comm Tech Lab
Area of study: Applied Math
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary

Students use atlases, maps, and Web resources to generate and examine maps of their own neighborhoods. This activity will serve as background for the map-reading tasks in the next lessons.

Introduction to the Light Microscrope

Provider name: Biology Corner
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary

Students will identify the parts of the microscope and be familiar with it.

Simple Past Sentence Guessing Game

Provider name: Using English
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary

Students will be guessing what simple past sentence would appropriate to the following phrase

Discovering England and France: New-Old Place, New Ideas, New Experiences

Provider name: Discovery Education
Area of study: Geography
Subject: Social Studies
Educational Level: Elementary

Explore life and culture in England and France

Money and Banking in American History 1833–1933

Provider name: Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Area of study: Banking
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School, College

Define money and identify the types of money we have used in the past

Formulas for Volume and Surface Area of 3-Dimensional Figures

Provider name: Reich College of Education
Area of study: Formulas
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary

Finding the formulas for Volume and Surface Area of 3- dimensional figures and learning the definitions of terms related to volume and surface area.

Sound Waves

Provider name: The New Science Teacher
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

The student will investigate and understand how sound is transmitted and is used as a means of communication.

Religion in Culture & Politics

Provider name: POV
Area of study: Culture and Politics
Subject: History
Educational Level: College

Students will explore the role of religion in society and politics in Syria.

Class Journals

Provider name: British Council
Area of study: Writing
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

This lesson plan looks at one way class journals might be set up in order to introduce students to the idea and to get them working with journals The kind of class journal described here is designed to get the students writing freely in a range of different ways.

The Evolution of Music

Provider name: Instructor Web
Area of study: Music History
Subject: Music
Educational Level: Elementary, College

Discussing the evolution and history of music

Nicotine and Alcohol

Provider name: SWEHSC.COEP
Area of study: Physical Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary, Middle School, High School

Discussing nicotine and alcohol effects in our body

Are Disasters Good for the Economy

Provider name: Foundation for Teaching Economics
Area of study: Disaster Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School, College

Once the intense initial shock of a natural disaster has faded, the human tendency to look for the silver lining often finds consolation in believing that at least “it was good for the economy.”

Basketball Practice Plan

Provider name: Spark
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School

Lesson plan for a basketball activity

Mathematics 10 to 12

Provider name: British Columbia
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary, College

This Integrated Resource Package (IRP) sets out the provincially prescribed curriculum for the Grade 10 to 12 Mathematics curriculum

Double Replacement Reactions and Gas Laws

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School, College

Pressure, Volume, Temperature, Charles Law, Boyle's Law, Combined Gas Law

Helping Your Students Improve Their Essay Writing

Provider name: Brighthub
Area of study: Writing
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Help your students learn how to write a strong, memorable essay. These basic tips will keep their essay writing skills sharp.

The Constitutional Convention of 1787

Provider name: NEH EDSITEment
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students will examine the roles that key American founders played in creating the Constitution, and the challenges they faced in the process.

A Big Purchase

Provider name: Mcrel
Area of study: Budgeting
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

As a result of this activity, students will understand the process of buying a car.

First Aid Kit

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Medical Tools
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

The student will be able to identify the objects in a first aid kit.

Cardio Fitness-The Oxygen Cycle

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Physical Fitness
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary

To learn more about how oxygen is needed for exercise and as fuel for our body.

Marketeach 5th-6th Grade Lesson Plan

Provider name: The Teachers Corner
Area of study: Applied Math
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary

This lesson is designed to grab the students’ interest by bringing up the exciting scenario of having $100 to use however they want.

College Semestral Physics Lesson

Provider name: The Parish Episcopal School
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: College

College Prep Physics Weekly

Ten Conversation Lessons with Stories, Vocabulary Practice, Questions and Activities

Provider name: The Internet TESL Journal
Area of study: Conversational English
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

Here the teacher may ask students to pair up and tell each other the story in their own words and he himself may act as a co-communicator or a counselor.

Asian American History Teacher's Guide

Provider name: Scholastic
Area of study: Asian History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary

Use Web technology to access American history and the Asian-American experience

Team Handball

Provider name: Physical Education Lesson Plan Page
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Introduce the students to the basic rules of team handball.

Celfone Safety

Provider name: Utah Education Network
Area of study: Technology Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary, Adult

After reviewing the positives and negatives of cell phones and cell phone usage safety tips, students will explore a scenario in which a friendly relationship turns to a bullying one involving cell phones and computers.

Balance of Power Teaching Guide

Provider name: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Area of study: Political Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School, College

This book explores the Federal Reserve Bank’s role throughout history, emphasizing the theme of independence of the central bank from political control

Exploring Pascal's Triangle

Provider name: The Math Forum
Area of study: Trigonometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School, College

Can you use Pascal's triangle to help you find the number of pizzas that can be ordered with three, four, or five toppings?

AP* Biology Daily Lesson Plans

Provider name: Catalyst Learning Curricula
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School, College

Semestral Lesson Plan for Biology

Lesson 6: Grammars

Provider name: Math Maniacs
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Grammars for English and other natural languages govern how words may be combined to form proper sentences. In computer science an analogous notion of "formal grammar" has proved to be very useful in describing programming languages, and in understanding the meaning of a given program. In this lesson we will examine the basic ideas behind a type of formal grammar called a Context Free Grammar. These grammars are a somewhat different notion than our common idea of a language grammar, though they can be used to generate a small subset of English sentences.

Election lessons

Provider name: Education World
Area of study: Government
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students learn about the Electoral College's role in the election process. They learn about an election (1876) when the Electoral College played a deciding role in the election. They use a resource to determine which other elections were decided by the Electoral College.

STXBall "Soft" Lacrosse

Provider name: Teachers.Net
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary

Try these simple drills first and then make the drills harder as the kids’ skills improve.

Befriending Bullies

Provider name: Middle School.Net
Area of study: Emotional Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Middle School

How can classrooms be bully free? When everyone in the school community agrees to a no-tolerance policy. Buddy reading with older students relays how to deal with hurtful teasing and bullying.

Goods and Services: Some Are Private, Some Are Not

Provider name: Econed Link
Area of study: Budget Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Distinguish between goods and services provided by private businesses and those provided by government.

Explain why governments provide certain goods and services.

Explain that taxes collected by governments are used to pay for goods and services provided by governments.

Solving Absolute Value Equations

Provider name: Brighthub Education
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

Demonstrate to students how to solve multi-step equations with this Algebra lesson plan.

The Chemistry of Sweeteners

Provider name: Science and Health Education
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Properties of matter: There is a variety of sweeteners used for sweetening beverages.

Teaching Writing at Advanced Levels

Provider name: Humboldt State University
Area of study: Writing
Subject: English
Educational Level: College

Students in advanced academic contexts have needs for writing which go beyond the basic goals for communication and for learning new information

A Country of Immigrants, More or Less

Provider name: The Annette Strauss Institute
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students will:

  1. compare and contrast notions of citizenship and non-citizenship;
  2. evaluate the power of metaphors;
  3. examine patterns of immigration in the US; and
  4. appraise the role of education for citizenship.

Corporate Irresponsibility? Fashion’s Hidden Cost in Bangladesh’s Garment Industry

Provider name: The Learning Network/New York Times
Area of study: Economic Budget
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School, College

In this lesson, students will first imagine they are executives at major American clothing retailers who are researching and negotiating what policy changes, if any, their company should take in light of the recent disasters in Bangladeshi garment factories.

Physical Education Lesson Plan

Provider name: Manchester University
Area of study: Physical Fitness and Theory
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School, College

Standard1: Students demonstrate competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities.

Standard 2: Students demonstrate an understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.

Standard 3: Students exhibit responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings.

Lesson: Basic Hardware

Provider name: South Dakota
Area of study: Computer Hardware
Subject: Information Technology
Educational Level: High School

Students will have an understanding of the four basic hardware components of the personal computer"

The Nouns of Geometry

Provider name: Web blogs of Harvard Law School
Area of study: Geometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School, College

After this lesson, the student should be able to: Give and explain a de?nition of point, line, and straight line.

Bubble Gum Physics

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary

Freshmen Physical Science: California Science Content Standards 1.B. Students know how to solve a problem that involves constant speed and average speed.

Applied English

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students will achieve 80% or higher on the vocab. words and definitions. Students will be able to pick out the different literary forms with 80% accuracy. Students will read Ch.1&2 orally in class and take notes.

Jefferson College in Washington, Mississippi, Lesson plan

Provider name: History Now
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

The students will:

  • Identify significant events in the history of Jefferson College.
  • Create an advertisement for Jefferson College.
  • Compare and contrast Jefferson College with today’s educational institutions.

Teaching Basic Banking Principles

Provider name: Mcrel
Area of study: Banking Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

An understanding of banking is important for our students as we face the monetary situation of the coming years. This lesson is a good tool for getting them started.

Teaching Basic Banking Principles

Provider name: Mcrel
Area of study: Banking Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

An understanding of banking is important for our students as we face the monetary situation of the coming years. This lesson is a good tool for getting them started.

Lesson Plan in Physical Education (P.E.) IV

Provider name: Study Mode
Area of study: Physical Education Theory
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School
  1. Describes the correct concept of good posture;
  2. Exhibits the value of discipline; and
  3. Demonstrates the correct sitting and standing postures.

Food & Fitness Field Day ELearning Kit©

Provider name: Learn To Be Healthy
Area of study: Food and Fitness
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

It's food & fitness field day at school! Zelda, the nutrition expert, and Heart along with some other familiar faces help 4th, 5th, and 6th graders learn the importance of regular physical activity and eating healthy.

Trigonometric Functions

Provider name: Teachnology
Area of study: Trigonometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School, College

To define and demonstrate the six trigonometric functions

To facilitate using the three most frequently used trigonometric functions

Bio Chemistry

Provider name: Access Excellence
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

This collection of more than 70 classroom tested biology, biochem and chemistry demonstrations was shared at the 1997 annual convention of the National Association of Biology teachers.

The Pit and The Pendulum

Provider name: Radford University
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School
  1. Comprehend the story
  2. Determine the point of view of the story
  3. Determine the external/internal conflict within the story
  4. Choose single words to describe important elements within the story and explain how or what they depict in the story.

Abraham Lincoln and Benito Juarez

Provider name: Teaching American History
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School
  1. Students will compare the childhood, education, jobs, and political careers of Abraham Lincoln and Benito Juarez.
  2. Students will compare problems faced by each as president in those troubled times.

Why Can’t We Just Have It All?

Provider name: Econ Low Down
Area of study: Government
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: College

The public debate about the best way to reduce the level of government debt highlights our difficult situation

Speedball

Provider name: Franklin College
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School

The students will be able to work together on teams as they participate in a game of Speedball. The students will learn to value the benefits of physical activity as they learn a new sport.

Weight Control

Provider name: Discovery Education
Area of study: Dietary Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Develop a healthful school lunch menu for a week; and learn about the importance of a healthy diet and assess their eating habits.

Graphing Polynomial Functions

Provider name: Bob's Math Class
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

Graphing Polynomial Functions lecture for college

Atomic Structure

Provider name: Better Lesson
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary

How to describe the properties of solid,liquid and gas

Become a Character: Adjectives, Character Traits, and Perspective

Provider name: Read,Write,Think
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students use an online chart to match the character traits of a character in a book they are reading with specific actions the character takes.

Pinochet’s Concentration Camps: Recounting History through Non-fiction Picture Books

Provider name: POV
Area of study: World History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

In this lesson, students will watch and discuss video clips that show how two men in Chile coped with being prisoners in concentration camps during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.

Highschool Economics

Provider name: Minnesota State University
Area of study: Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

A revision and update of the highly successful highschool master Curriculum Guide

Fieldwork Handbook

Provider name: Springfield College
Area of study: Field Activity
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: College

The objectives for the practicum experience include the subject matter knowledge requirements and the five professional standards stated in the Massachusetts Regulations for Teacher  Licensure.

Making Sense of Mental Health: Past and Present

Provider name: U.S National Library of Medicine
Area of study: Mental Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School, College

This lesson plan is prepared to increase the awareness of several mental health disorders. The plan provides team-based activities and a research project for students in three class periods.

Give Me a Sine Lesson Plan

Provider name: Virginia Tech File box
Area of study: Trigonometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

Students will be able to build upon their understanding of trigonometric ratios as well as convert a numeric understanding of trigonometric ratios to a graphical understanding.

Motion Graphs

Provider name: Physics Inquiry Lesson Plan
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Students get to calculate applied physics by using graphs

Developing EFL Learners Vocabulary Awareness

Provider name: EnglishClub
Area of study: Vocabulary
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

The purpose of Developing EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Awareness is to suggest ways in which foreign language learners’ vocabulary awareness can be developed

World War II: The Pacific

Provider name: Discovery Education
Area of study: U.S History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

Research in depth the key events of World War II in the Pacific; and debate whether dropping the nuclear bomb was the best way to end the war.

Concepts In Business Mathematics: Economics and Finance

Provider name: Discovery Education
Area of study: Business Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

Research the history of money and share presentations.

Solve problems of proportions using the Rule of Three and the Inverse Rule of Three.

Convert American and foreign currencies.

Calculate problems of limiting value using the formula S = Penas it pertains to annual percentage rate.

Basketball Practice Plan

Provider name: Primary Resources
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary

To improve throwing and catching skills in relation to the invasion game of basketball

The Food Guide Pyramid

Provider name: Teachers.net
Area of study: Food Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Lecture about food diet and health

Class, Take Your Seats

Provider name: David Pleacher's Web page
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School, College

The student will be able to solve problems involving tangent and normal lines to a curve

Osmosis (Solution, Evaporation, Diffusion and Osmosis)

Provider name: San Diego State University
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary
  1. Distinguish between concentrations of solute and solvent.
  2. Calculate the concentration of and be able to describe solutions.
  3. Predict net movement of molecules across a semipermeable membrane.
  4. Define what molecules move during osmosis.
  5. Use the terms hypotonic, hypertonic, and isotonic

A Detailed Lesson Plan in English

Provider name: Slideshare
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School

Identify statements that show cause and effect relationship

The Life and Times of Colonial America

Provider name: Reach
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary

This unit will focus on the life and times of Colonial America as found in the Third Grade section of the Core Knowledge Sequence

The Case of the Gigantic $100,000 Bill

Provider name: Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Area of study: Financial Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

In this lesson, students participate in a demonstration of the money creation process using a large $100,000 bill.

Extreme Dodge Flag

Provider name: Physical Education lesson plan Page
Area of study: Outdoor Activity
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary

Capture the flag – Steal enemy flag and return to own side Eliminate enemy team by tagging (on own side) or hit with dodge ball (other side)

Lesson on Feelings

Provider name: PE Central
Area of study: Emotional Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Students will show a variety of feelings using body language and using words to express the different emotions.

Using Basic Properties to Solve Problems in Math

Provider name: Yale-New Haven teachers Institute
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Middle School

During the middle school years, some students find the mathematics curriculum dull, uninteresting and some students lack the skills needed to solve word problems. As a result, they perform poorly in math and need help on how to go about solving word problems.

Structure of the Atom

Provider name: Chemistry Inquiry
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Chemistry lectures and worksheets

Meeting & Greeting

Provider name: English-To-Go
Area of study: Conversational English
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, Adult

Your teacher will give you some questions about meeting people. Discuss the questions in small groups.

Emmett Till Lesson 1: Confronting the Murder

Provider name: Facing History and Ourselves
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

This lesson is the first in a series of four complementary activities that accompany the documentary film The Murder of Emmett Till.

Help Wanted? Debating Unemployment Legislation

Provider name: The Learning Network/New York Times
Area of study: Government Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

How is unemployment affecting the United States? What can be done to address the high rate of joblessness? Which steps should the federal government take, and which should it avoid? In this lesson, students explore arguments for and against the enactment of proposed legislation and hold a debate.

Safe Landings

Provider name: Alberta Education
Area of study: Individual Activities
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary

Introductory Activity – have children move in and out of spaces doing a teacher selected locomotor step, on signal, children jump and then continue moving.

Health Objective 1.01

Provider name: NC Healthy Schools
Area of study: Emotional Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Differentiate between positive and negative stress and demonstrate effective ways to deal with each.

Chessboard Series

Provider name: Mcrel
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary

As a result of this activity, students will be able to see how sequences and series can be used to model and solve problems.

Introduction to the Periodic Table of Elements

Provider name: WolframAlpha
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

To learn what an element is and the factors by which they are arranged on the Periodic Table.

Adverb Comparison

Provider name: English Grammar Help
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary

Present ADVERBS game. Focus on the questions an ADVERB answers.

The Scientific Revolution

Provider name: HTI @ OSU
Area of study: European History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School
  1. Students will identify the significant figures of the Scientific Revolution and their contribution to scientific knowledge
  2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the historical roots of scientific thinking
  3. Students will identify the scientific method and explain how this represented a revolution in thinking, focusing on paradigm shifts.
  4. Students will demonstrate the cultural effects of the Scientific Revolution, especially within the context of the Reformation and how Newtonianism helped pave the way to the Enlightenment

The Global Economy

Provider name: University of South Florida
Area of study: World Economy
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

In this lesson the students will learn about the concept of a Global Economy and how it affects us as citizens of the United States. It is important to know what can affect the global economy and how that effects us in turn.

Backhand Throw

Provider name: Spark
Area of study: Physical Activities
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School

The most common throw. Used to maintain possession and to move the disc with speed and accuracy.

Environmental Health Education

Provider name: Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
Area of study: Environmental Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

overall environmental lesson plan to all levels

Differential Equations: Calculus AB

Provider name: Baharav.org
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

This is planned as a short lesson, something like 30 minutes. The reason is that in the first half we will be reviewing the test from the previous unit.

Understanding Space Travel

Provider name: Discovery Education
Area of study: Astro Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Discuss with your class the design of a large city near your area. What materials are common in buildings and other structures? What kinds of recreation facilities are available? How is power provided to the residents? What are the main businesses and industries carried out in the city? Can students think of any reasons for the characteristics they have ascribed to the city? Are the city's characteristics related to its geography, location, or available natural resources?

Actions Speak Louder than Words

Provider name: Beacon Learning Center
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

No matter how good a written speech is, the delivery is what the audience remembers. Learning about and practicing volume, stress, pacing, and pronunciation helps students to deliver an oral presentation effectively.

Civil War & Reconstruction

Provider name: TAH
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students will analyze multiple sources to write an extended response evaluating the effectiveness of the federal government's attempts to utilize the Freedmen's Bureau to implement and enforce the ""Reconstruction Amendments"" in the south between the years of 1865-1877. MCPS Unit

What is the European Union?

Provider name: Indiana University
Area of study: European Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary

Objectives:

  1. Introduce the unit
  2. Activate prior student knowledge
  3. Create interest in the topic

Wacky Walks Heart Rate Monitoring

Provider name: PE Central
Area of study: Fitness
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School

To facilitate the development and maintenance of physical fitness by using fitness walking as the activity and participate in the mixed up walk activity to understand that time, force, and flow impact heart rate.

Mental Health Kit (Junior High School)

Provider name: Alberta Health Services
Area of study: Physical Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

What does mental wellness mean to you?

  • It is not just the absence of mental illness.
  • Being mentally well can help someone to reach their full potential.
  • It is affected by the things we do over the day, like getting enough sleep, proper nutrition and adequate physical activity.
  • Physical,mentalandspiritualhealthareallcloselyinterconnected, i.e.,what’s happening with one impacts the others.

Geometry: A Three Week Unit Plan

Provider name: Renee Lynette Willemesen-Goode
Area of study: Geometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

While I had been teaching math in the classroom prior to our geometry unit, this unit was the first unit that I introduced and carried through completely.

Perfume Project

Provider name: Better Lesson
Area of study: Bio Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

To build on knowledge gained on solvents and distillation. To know more about how perfume is made.

Top Ten

Provider name: Stuart Mill English
Area of study: Conversational English
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, Adult non-native speaker

This is another one-hour conversation activity. For an introduction to the series, click here. Enjoy.

Mapping Asia and Making Connections

Provider name: Scholastic
Area of study: Asian History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

The United States is a nation of immigrants with many stories about journeys to America. Asian Americans journeyed from more than 50 Asian countries and, therefore, are a very diverse group.

Trading Nations Analyzing the Benefits and Drawbacks of a Global Economy

Provider name: New York Times
Area of study: Asian Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

In this lesson, students analyze the impact of a global economy on the workers, business leaders and governments of China and the United States.

Computer Science, Hold the Computer: Designing Optimal Algorithms for Creating Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches

Provider name: Technology Integration Partnerships
Area of study: Computer Algorithms
Subject: Information Technology
Educational Level: High School

This lesson introduces students to core concepts of Computer Science – problem modeling, algorithm design, optimization, and performance evaluation – with a familiar and engaging metaphor of building peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, rather than with actual computers.

Emotional Health Awareness

Provider name: Samaritans
Area of study: Emotional Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

To understand what emotional health is, and how it may vary over time (knowledge).

A Beginning Look at Basic Algebra

Provider name: Lesson Tutor
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

Algebra provides the basics for all higher math. You will work with numbers and letters (variables) to form sentences (expressions) that you can solve. The best way to learn math is by practicing it, so each lesson will include exercises using the skills learned.

Mitosis: Chromosome Replication & Division

Provider name: San Diego State University
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary

Prospective and Practicing K-8 Teachers; may be adapted for use in elementary classes.

Literature Lesson Plan by: Nada Salem

Provider name: Nada's ESL island
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: Middle School, High School

"Students have looked up words in the dictionary , summarized and discussed texts

Creating Hawaii

Provider name: Smithsonian Education
Area of study: History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

Hawaii has the most diverse population of any state in the Union. Students learn about this cultural diversity through a museum exhibit titled Creating Hawai‘i, developed by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Heritage Program in collaboration with the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

What is Economics?

Provider name: Money Instructor.com
Area of study: Financial Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School, College

The student will know the vocabulary of economics.

The student will understand what economics is and why we study it.

The student will evaluate why economics is important to their everyday lives.

Tchoukball

Provider name: UEN
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

This is a great game that stresses teamwork and cooperation and requires players to anticipate ball movement. This game could be played in grades 7-12.

Learning The Food Pyramid

Provider name: Nourish Interactive
Area of study: Food Nutrition
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

This is the starting point of the game where the students begin their adventure. In this level, the character travels through the jungle to reach the food pyramid while learning about general concepts of the food pyramid, how to create a balanced meal and how to use the keyboard and mouse.

"I Owe You Understanding Credit Cards and Credit Card Debt

Provider name: New York Times
Area of study: Financial Math
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

In this lesson, students examine and learn the basics about credit cards and credit card debt, then create an informational brochure for young students.

Gases Lighter and Heavier Than Air

Provider name: Smile Program Physics
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

This lesson was designed for students in grades 2-4. The students will be able to understand and demonstrate that there are gases that are lighter (less dense) and heavier (more dense) than air.

Grammar Lesson Plan

Provider name: Linguistics and English Language
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School, College

This grammar lesson is intended for a high-intermediate or advanced level class in an intensive English program such as the ELC. The target class size would ideally be no more than 15 students.

Lesson Plan: Rewriting History

Provider name: Education World
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students learn about widely believed inaccuracies within the stories of American historical figures.

Government Lesson Plan

Provider name: School Improvement in Maryland
Area of study: Government Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

The student will demonstrate an understanding of economic principles, institutions, and processes required to formulate government policy.

Cycling Lesson Plan

Provider name: Physical Education Lesson Plans
Area of study: Exercises
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

To help develop the basic technique of braking in a straight line.

Health and Emotional Well-being - Healthy Lifestyle

Provider name: Clic Online
Area of study: Lifestyle Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Students to research about ways to stay fit and healthy

Lesson Plans-Trigonometry

Provider name: DocStoc
Area of study: Trigonometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

Students understand the notion of angle and measure it in both degrees and radians They can convert between degrees and radians

Marbling Paper

Provider name: Summer Research Program for Teachers
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Students will investigate properties of polarity

The Impressionists

Provider name: Teaching Literature
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

After watching this documentary,ask students to create their own Impressionist work that depicts a fleeting momentin contemporary life.Students can choose an ordinary or an everyday scene,just as the Impressionists did.Ask students to write a brief explanation of the definition of Impressionist art and why their works are an example of Impressionism.

An Overview of Ancient History

Provider name: TimeMaps
Area of study: Ancient History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School, College

The idea of this activity is to give students an overview of the history of the Ancient World.

Economics Principles & Practices

Provider name: Social Studies
Area of study: Applied Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

Students will use information from the Better Business Bureau Web site to find out more about the purpose of this consumer advocacy group.

Music:The Experience of a Lifetime

Provider name: Core Knowledge
Area of study: Piano Lessons
Subject: Music
Educational Level: Elementary, Adult

The skills addressed in this unit are mastered over time and should be practiced and assessed throughout the year.

Dribbling

Provider name: Physical Education Unit Plan
Area of study: Soccer
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School, College

The student will be able to…

  1. Demonstrate basic control of a soccer ball while dribbling (psychomotor)
  2. Show respect for all peers while engaging in the activities (affective)
  3. Understand the concept of finding open space while dribbling (cognitive)

Yoga isn't Just for Old People

Provider name: Plattsburgh State University of New York
Area of study: Mental Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary, Adult

This lesson will be the taught as the last lesson of a five-day unit plan on mental health.

Balanced Diet

Provider name: Indiana University
Area of study: Pre-Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School, College

Pre-algebra, but could be extended to almost any level of math class.

Man on The Moon!

Provider name: Teach with Portals
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Students will recognize that mass has no effect on a falling object’s velocity

Developing EFL Learners Vocabulary Awareness

Provider name: English Club
Area of study: Vocabulary
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

The purpose of Developing EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Awareness is to suggest ways in which foreign language learners’ vocabulary awareness can be developed.

Nineteenth Century Women: Struggle and Triumph

Provider name: Library of Congress
Area of study: Women's History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

draw conclusions by analyzing primary source materials; write a persuasive letter.

Lesson Plan: China's Economy

Provider name: News Hours Extra
Area of study: Asian Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students will identify basic economic facts and indicators for the U.S. and China in order to compare and contrast these two large economies. Students will understand ways in which economic differences between the U.S. and China impact the lives of American and Chinese citizens.

Introduction to Computers

Provider name: Science Days
Area of study: Computer Processing
Subject: Information Technology
Educational Level: Elementary

Students will simulate a computer processing an assembly script.

Emotional Health Awarenes

Provider name: Samaritans
Area of study: Emotional Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

To understand what emotional health is, and how it may vary over time (knowledge).

To be able to identify and put into practice protective factors that will help to maintain balance in students personal emotional health (skills).

To challenge the stigma associated with poor emotional health, and to be able to discuss ways of maintaining good emotional health (attitudes/values).

1st QUARTER EVALUATION REPORT MUSIC Grade 1, 2,and 3

Provider name: Music Lesson plan
Area of study: Instruments
Subject: Music
Educational Level: Elementary, Adult(beginner)

All the subject matter are covered for the first quarter. In terms of the objective set for the topics covered, 95-100%was attained as reflected in the results in their written and practical outputs specifically quizzes seatworks,practical test and musical presentations.

TANGRAMS

Provider name: Academy of Curricular of Exchange Columbia Education Center Mathematics
Area of study: Geometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Often when students are introduced to tangrams, they are asked to put the pieces together to form a square. This is often a difficult and frustrating task because they have no background as to how the pieces fit together.

Energy & Chemical Change

Provider name: About.com Chemistry
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Define Energy

  • Distinguish between potential and kinetic energy.
  • Relate chemical potential energy to the heat lost or gained in chemical reactions.

lesson_plan

Provider name: Suite101
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School, Adult Non-native speaker

This teacher lesson plan is for elementary students who read and write simple sentences independently. Use it as presented here or modify to suit specific state standard guidelines for grammar.

Chinese Yuan

Provider name: Teacher Vision
Area of study: Asian History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary

Students will practice simple algebraic equations by converting the Chinese Yuan into U.S. dollars.

Native American Economics

Provider name: Northwest Indian Applied Research Institute
Area of study: American Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

The student understands basic economic concepts and analyzes the effect of economic systems on individuals, groups, and society.

Human Computer Game

Provider name: micron
Area of study: Basic Computer Knowledge
Subject: Information Technology
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

  • Name the six main function areas inside a computer
  • Simulate the internal operations of a computer completing a function
  • Compare and contrast the difference between human and computer parts that perform input, output, process, and storage functions

Components of fitness and why agility is important for a superstar?

Provider name: Health-Lesson-Plans-Teacher
Area of study: Fitness
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

The students will learn five components of fitness and will be able to recall six skills related components of fitness.

MNHS Lesson Design

Provider name: Mckinney North Choir
Area of study: Note-Reading
Subject: Music
Educational Level: High School

Students will use the Standard Warm-up And Sight Read in standard formation.

Students will listen to the Region Choir information lecture.

Students will prepare Region music and Mens music"

Cones & Cylinders Math Lab

Provider name: TheTeacherscorner.net
Area of study: Geometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary

Integrate Harry Potter themes into some great geometry lessons. Designed for 6th Grade

Cancer Causes

Provider name: Michigan Reach Out
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

You will take a small sample of the epithelial cells that line the inside of your mouth. You'll get a glimpse of how scientists investigate inside cells.

Poetry and Loss

Provider name: Favorite Poem
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School

Many students run into difficulty with poetry because they believe that a single poem has one purpose, one true meaning, and/or speaks only to one person.

Journeys Along the Silk Road

Provider name: Indiana University
Area of study: Asian History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Middle School, High School

Students will be able to explain what the Silk Road is and how it contributed to the diffusion of goods, people, and culture across Eurasia.

The European Union 1

Provider name: Biz/Ed
Area of study: European Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

The purpose of the lessons is to encourage students to carry out research into some key aspects of the EU and to separate out fact from opinion, reinforcing the idea of positive and normative issues in economics.

Physical Education Guide to Implementation (K–12)

Provider name: Alberta Education
Area of study: Physical Exercises
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

K–12 lesson plan templates for each grade or course with specific outcomes for that grade printed on the back are provided.

My World Scavenger Hunt

Provider name: Learn to be Healthy
Area of study: Health Awareness
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Middle School

As students begin to learn more about nutrition and fitness, and just how it affects their bodies and minds, it can be helpful for them to know that resources are available in their worlds – that is, at school, at home, and in their communities. Students will participate in pairs or small teams to hunt for these resources, all the while competing to be the My World Scavenger Hunt champion.

Lesson Tutor

Provider name: Lesson Tutor
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

By the end of this lesson the student will be able to: translate a word sentence into a mathematical expression.

Surface Tension (Soap Boat)

Provider name: Tabstart
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary

This activity is written for students of all ages. Students will become familiar with surface tension. Students will determine if soap will affect surface tension. Students will determine if water temperature affects surface tension.

Importance of Flu and Pneumonia Vaccine for Elderly

Provider name: Super Essays
Area of study: Essay Writing
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary

By the end of this lesson, the students are supposed to be well informed on the importance of flu and influenza vaccine, and as adults should lead the community to take the vaccine and protect their future generation.

Imperialism and Expansion: Part 1

Provider name: US History Site.com
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

I. review the geography of the Caribbean and Pacific regions at the turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries.

II. identify territories acquired by the US during the Spanish-American War.

III. list and evaluate the arguments for and against imperialist expansion during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

Provider name: ECED Web Economics Lesson
Area of study: Applied Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary
  • Ask students if they have heard sentences like these: "If you finish your work, you may watch television" or "If you stop talking, you may go to recess."
  • Explain that the first part of each sentence tells something that might happen. It is called the "cause." The second part of the sentence tells what might happen because the first thing happened. It is called the "effect."
  • Ask students to identify the "cause" and "effect" of the sample sentences. Explain that because the work was finished, permission was given to watch television. Because the class stopped talking, permission was given to go to recess.
  • Ask students to predict how this sentence might end: "If you clean your room, you may..." Use student responses to reinforce the cause/effect relationship.
  • Introduce the book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, by reading the first line of the story, "If you give a mouse a cookie..." and ask students to predict what the effect might be.

Dazeball

Provider name: A to Z Teacher's Stuff
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, Middle School

A team activity for P.E. involving running, passing, dodging, and counting.

Everything You Need to Know About Marijuana

Provider name: Human Relations Media
Area of study: Mental Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary, High School, Adult

All You Need to Know about Marijuana in 22 Minutes

Trigonometry Lesson 2

Provider name: NSW Department of Education and Communities
Area of study: Trigonometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

"This activity assesses a starting point for learning trigonometry. It encourages divergent thinking and attempts to address the reasons why trigonometry was developed. Students contribute their own solutions to problems before the introduction of scale drawings or trigonometric ratios.

Advanced Placement Physics

Provider name: Illinois Institute of Technology
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

To have the students oriented to the increased requirements of the Advanced Physics Class over the introductory (first year) class.

Effective Business Writing:Correcting Grammar

Provider name: Money Instructor.com
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School

Students will look for common writing errors both during and after writing. Students will proof-read a document for errors and make necessary corrections.

Dusable Museum Field Expert Lesson

Provider name: The Dusable Museum
Area of study: African History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Middle School, High School

To understand the significance of African civilization

Teaching Ideas for Social Studies, Economics and Business Classes

Provider name: Council for Economic Education
Area of study: Financial Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: College

Banks, financial institutions, interest rates, investment, search costs, middlemen

Tracks

Provider name: Drexel University
Area of study: Sports nutrition
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

As a result of Pennsylvania’s SNAP-Ed plan, students will know, understand, analyze, and apply concepts, as developmentally appropriate, that are consistent with USDA guidance about the benefits of:

  • Being physically active every day as part of a healthy lifestyle.
  • Drinking plenty of water.

Emotional,Social and Mental Health Unit Plan

Provider name: Stacy's Hall
Area of study: Emotional Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Emotional, Mental, and Social Health

Sea Animals And Algebraic Patterns

Provider name: Marine Institute
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

"To gain an understanding of algebra, students can be introduced to the concepts of patterns by exploring relationships in numbers and develop an understanding of variables using simple formulae, expressions and equations.

The Art of Science: Glitter Bottles & Oobleck

Provider name: The New Science Teacher
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary

By exploring the states of matter through art, the students will have a hands on experience with various states of matter, as well as be able to apply science to other areas they are intrinsically motivated by, such as art projects.

English Grammar Lesson Plans

Provider name: The University of North Carolina
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: College

Semestral lesson plan for English Grammar

The Importance of Place: Geography and Civilization

Provider name: Holy Cross
Area of study: Ancient History
Subject: History
Educational Level: College

This class asks students to consider the interaction between people and their environments with the goal of generation discussion and answers to the following questions:

Downing’s Oyster House - Fourth Grade Adaptation

Provider name: Columbia CNMTL
Area of study: American Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary

How did free African Americans contribute to the building of New York? ? How did the unique social and economic fabric of New York contribute to the building of African American social and economic institutions?

Lesson Plan Variety by Jerry Leonard

Provider name: University of Michigan
Area of study: Exercise and Body Building
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School, College

Today we will be getting a full body muscular fitness workout by completing 16 exercise stations! You will be assigned a partner, and you and your partner will rotate from station to station, in order, when time is called. You will be given a peer evaluation sheet that you will fill out as your partner completes each exercise.

Be a Nutritional Entrepreneur

Provider name: Access Excellence
Area of study: Food Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: College

Students research and define nutrition. Students choose a definition of nutrition or a nutritional theme around which they design a restaurant. This activity helps students answer the question "What is a nutritionally balanced meal?"

Calculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic

Provider name: Pearson
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

With the aid of technology, graphs of functions are often easy to produce. The emphasis is on the interplay between the geometric and analytic information and on the use of calculus both to predict and to explain the observed local and global behavior of a function.

Mesozoic Era in Arkansas

Provider name: University of Arkansas
Area of study: Earth Science
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Middle School

This lesson is a revision of a lesson on the Mesozoic Era in Arkansas, based on the research I have done this summer at Great Lakes Chemical Company.

Public Speaking No Sweat

Provider name: The Official Voki Blog
Area of study: Public Speaking
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, Adult

Public Speaking, like any other subject, takes practice — lots of practice. Just think about the most common nightmare experienced by children and adults worldwide: You’re palms are sweaty. You’re feeling nervous. You finally take the stage to make your speech, then from the audience bursts laughter from corner to corner. You wonder what is wrong and you look down…

Worker's Grievances and The Lawrence

Provider name: Using Essex History
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: College

This lesson is meant to provide the student with an understanding of the Lawrence Strike of 1912, and serve as a precursor to a field trip to the Lawrence Heritage Museum. Students will use primary source documents to understand the circumstances leading up to the strike including the working conditions, the pay system, and the dynamics present in the mills of early 20th century New England.

12 Economics LP039 Financial Planning Pyramid

Provider name: Department of Social Sciences
Area of study: Financial Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

This lesson provides students with an overview of how to achieve a secure financial future. It can be used as an independent lesson or as a follow-up to the stock market lessons LP036, LP037, LP038.

Sprint Starts, Relays, Long & Triple Jump.

Provider name: Unicommons.com
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School, College

Students will participate in the daily warm-up.

Lesson Plans for Sexual Health and Vaccine Education

Provider name: NEA
Area of study: Sexual Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

Lesson plan variety for sexual health and vaccine education

Pre Calculus

Provider name: Schools of Cambridge
Area of study: Pre Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

Variety of lesson plans from the school district of cambridge

Teacher Preparation Notes for Regulation of Human Heart Rate

Provider name: Serendip Studio
Area of study: Human Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

If your students are not already familiar with the cardiovascular system, it will be helpful to have available diagrams of the basic anatomy of the heart and the circulatory system to clarify the discussion of the questions on page 1.

Drama Lesson plans

Provider name: BYU Arts Partnership
Area of study: Drama
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

Variety of Drama lesson plans resources and scripts and kinds of dramas

Teaching American History Project

Provider name: Eastconn.org
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

The students will be ask to analyze pictures of red cloud and sitting bull and speeches and documents of the US government

Toothpicks and Timber

Provider name: Idaho Forest Products Commission
Area of study: Applied Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

This is a capstone activity to a two-week unit

Quick Warm-ups Without Equipment

Provider name: Teaching Ideas
Area of study: Warm-ups
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School

Sequential Warm-up exercises

Tobacco

Provider name: NIDA for Teens
Area of study: Mental Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

The student will become more familiar with the neuroscience concepts and terminology associated with the effects of nicotine and tobacco products on the brain and body.

Differential Equations: Calculus AB

Provider name: Linkedin ZachiBaharav
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

  • page summary of the unit plan.
  • Items mandated by the format of this assignment.
  • General considerations in the design of the unit.
  • Short description of lesson plans + Elaboration on 2 lessons.
  • Assessment.

Protein Synthesis-Polypetide Activity

Provider name: Lesson Plans Inc.
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

students will simulate trancscription and translation and learn how proteins are build in DNA form.

Cool Jobs - A Brainstorming & Debate Roleplay

Provider name: Eslflow
Area of study: Debate
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, ESL Learners Intermediate

This is a lesson appropriate for pre-intermediate and intermediate ESL/EFL students. It would be a suitable activity for using with career vocabulary or with comparative adjectives and nouns.

Clues from the Past: The First Cities

Provider name: The Oriental Institute
Area of study: Ancient History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

Discover varied occupations of ancient Mesopotamia

  • Recognize how and why occupations change or remain the same over time
  • Use a variety of sources for research and writing.

The First Bank of the United States:A Chapter in the History of Central Banking

Provider name: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Area of study: Financial Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

In this lesson,through a reader’stheater,studentslearn aboutthe economics ofthe early United States and the debate between AlexanderHamilton and ThomasJefferson overthe founding ofthe first Bank oftheUnited States.

Better Health in Computer Technology

Provider name: Alex
Area of study: Computer Handling
Subject: Information Technology
Educational Level: Elementary

In this lesson students will learn the rationale for proper hand, eye, and body mechanics when using a computer. Students will discover how to properly use a computer by viewing a presentation, researching the Internet, and by creating their own slideshow presentation.

Various Health Lesson Plans for Gradeschoolers

Provider name: NC Healthy Schools
Area of study: Stress
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Lesson Plan curriculum

Teaching Calculus Coherently

Provider name: Oregon State University
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

a branch of mathematics concerned chie?y with the study of the rate of change of functions with respect to their variables especially through the use of derivatives and di?erentials

Physics Special End of the Year Project History and Science

Provider name: New Jersey Institute of Technology
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

Outlined in the rubric which is a separate attachment.

Television, Radio, Newspapers, Internet etc.

Provider name: Xiangtan
Area of study: Conversational English
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

The objectives of this lesson are to promote discussion about the different types of Media in the UK and how they compare to the Chinese Media. To give the students an understanding of the cultural differences between counties media.

AP European History Lesson Plans

Provider name: Northern Highlands
Area of study: European History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

Weekly History lesson plan

Conceptual Analysis in Economics

Provider name: Organization for Community Networks
Area of study: Basic Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

The purpose of this activity is to involve students in making decisions and pursuing their own interests within a social and economic environment.

Floor Hockey and Handball

Provider name: Central Ohio Academy of Physical Education
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School

Sequential exercises for handball and floor hockey

Health Science

Provider name: Mrs.Polson's Class
Area of study: Health Science
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

1.4 Employ principles of basic anatomy and body organization in assessing health.

1.6 Distinguish function and basic components of body systems and relative terms related to body organization.

Math/Science-Engineering Connected

Provider name: Montana State University
Area of study: Engineering Math
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School, College

Mathematics and physics applied to water resources engineering.

Oil Spill Solutions

Provider name: Try Engineering
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: College

Lesson focuses on how engineers use various techniques to provide speedy solutions to oil spills or other threats to natural water resources.

Grammar Lesson Plans

Provider name: Swiss Educ
Area of study: Grammar
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

Power Point Presentations for use in the class room; the files will download onto your computer. Theses presentations are from Capital Community College, Hartford, CT

Lesson Plans on Aging Issues

Provider name: ITHACA College
Area of study: U.S History
Subject: History
Educational Level: College

This three-day lesson plan will engage students in an oral history activity. It is designed to be part of a larger unit on the 1930s and the Great Depression.

Defining Economics

Provider name: Teaching Economics
Area of study: Political Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: College

- Define economics and discuss how the conomy relates to our lives.

- Differentiate between democracy as a political system and capitalism as an economic system.

Adapted Physical Education Lesson Plan

Provider name: University of Wisconsin
Area of study: Physical Exercises
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary

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Coping with Stress

Provider name: Teaching Today's Health
Area of study: Mental Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Talk with students about sources of stress and the effects of stress on health. Describe what might happen to someone who is under too much stress.

Good Math Lesson Planning and Implementation

Provider name: The Math Learning Center
Area of study: Math Teaching Guide
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College, Professionals

Teaching strategy lesson plans for math teachers

Solar System Safari

Provider name: Science Lessons.ca
Area of study: Astronomy
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary

In story, Peter, Mia and Emily visit Jupiter, Saturn and Mars before the ships damaged navigation brings them home to Earth.

The Alternative Ending Exercise is a multi-diciplinary exercise where the teens visit more planets before finally reaching Earth.

Students are guided step-by-step writing their alternative exercise.

The Odyssey Lesson Plan. Homer

Provider name: Secondary Lit
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School

The Odyssey has the reputation of being a difficult text to teach, in part because of its size.

Cleopatra

Provider name: Stanford History of Education
Area of study: Ancient History
Subject: History
Educational Level: College

Introduction: Students should have some knowledge of Cleopatra VIIcoming into this lesson.

Predicting Your Financial Future

Provider name: Illuminations
Area of study: Financial Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: College

Students often ask, “When are we ever going to use this?” Compound interest is a topic that provides an inherent answer to this question.

Dance :: Elementary Lesson Plans

Provider name: Public Schools of North Carolina
Area of study: Dance
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary

Students will create dances through a randomly generated process (such as throwing a dice) and perform their dances for the class.

Freshmen Seminar Lesson Plan

Provider name: Stonybrook University
Area of study: Wellness
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

To enable participants to develop a personal wellness plan focusing on physical, social and emotional dimensions of wellness.

A Music - Science Connection

Provider name: Core Knowledge
Area of study: Musical Instruments
Subject: Music
Educational Level: Elementary

This unit will review and introduce the families of musical instruments. We will review and increase our knowledge of the string and percussion families previously introduced in Grades 1 and 2

Complex Numbers and Transformations

Provider name: Engage Ny
Area of study: Pre Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

Module 1 setsthe stage for expanding students’ understanding oftransformations by first exploring the notion oflinearity in an algebraic context(“Which familiar algebraic functions are linear?”).

Forest Layers

Provider name: Illinois State Museum
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

: Students will be able to analyze the forest layers and environments of each type of forest show in the panorama QTVRs in the Forest Module (one per group) after reading the content of the module on forest layers and examining the tree list information for each type of forest and come to some conclusions about the differences and effects of environmental conditions in these forest types.

Teaching Zorba the Greek

Provider name: BookRags
Area of study: Essay Writing
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

The Zorba the Greek lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles.

The War in the South, 1778–1781

Provider name: Edsitement
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

This lesson will examine military operations during the second, or southern, phase of the American Revolution. It will also study the French alliance and the role of African-Americans, since both of these would have significant impact on operations in the South. Students will use documents and maps to learn why the focus of the war shifted to the South, and why the War of Independence was won there.

Understanding by Design Template for Lesson Plans

Provider name: N8 Search
Area of study: Applied Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Students will compare and contrast myths and realities of the Underground Railroad. Students will analyze actual cases of URR activity at the state and local level.

Lesson Planning for Sports

Provider name: Ice Skating Resources
Area of study: Figure Skating
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: All Levels

Teaching lesson planning in sports, training and physical activities

Healthy Eating

Provider name: Algoma Public Health
Area of study: Nutrition
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

These binders contain curriculum-based healthy eating lesson plans for the Healthy Living strand of the Grade 9 and 10 Health and Physical Education curriculum.

Properties of Numbers

Provider name: Math Mediator
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

activities and calculations

Light and Solar Cell Basics

Provider name: Arbor Scientific
Area of study: Physics
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

: Students will be able to:

  • Explain how white light is composed of all colors of light
  • Compare and contrast the basic properties of light and electricity
  • Use a digital multimeter
  • Calculate the power output and power conversion efficiency of a solar cell

LESSON PLANS with Alternative Teaching Options and Readability Guides

Provider name: Ge Bookin
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School

This comprehensive Literacy Resource binder makes the quality literature in The EMC Masterpiece Series, Literature and the Language Arts accessible to all students via two resources:

Anti-Irish Sentiment – To What Do We Compare this Prejudice?

Provider name: Using Essex History
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

Students will examine anti-Irish sentiment through the primary source of political cartoons and the secondary source of David Roediger’s book The Wages of Whiteness.

Popcorn Party:What the Rest of the World Consumes

Provider name: Affluenza Teachers Guide
Area of study: World Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

Students will learn about how the world's resources are distributed among the world's people. Teachers might want to do this activity before viewing the video.

Field Day/ Track and Field Unit

Provider name: Funding Factory
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary

We end our school year with a Field Day that the whole school K-8th grade participates in. I begin the unit a little early so that I can prepare my 5-8 graders for track and field as well.

Decision Making

Provider name: Teaching Sexual Health.ca
Area of study: Sexual Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School, Adult

Examine the relationship between commitment and intimacy in all its levels

  • Identify expectations and commitments in various relationships.
  • Examine a range of behaviours for handling sexual involvement.

Parabola – From Algebra to Calculus

Provider name: Solidworks Learn,Create,Succeed
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School, College

  • Understand the relationship between different coefficients of a parabola.
  • Calculate area under the curve.
  • Calculate the center of mass and understand its definition.
  • Able to revolve a closed area to create a solid and calculate its volume.

Cell Structure and Function

Provider name: Bedford County Public Schools
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

  • Describe the cell theory and events that led to each point.
  • Construct a model of a plant or animal cell. Explain the function of each organelle.
  • Compare and Contrast the movement of materials across the semi-permeable membrane.

English Variety Writing and Activities

Provider name: XAP Reach Farther
Area of study: Writing,Communication
Subject: English
Educational Level: Elementary

Variety lessons for grades 3-5

Harcourt Horizons – World History

Provider name: Saxon Home School
Area of study: World History
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

We recommend that you briefly review the topics in each chapter of Harcourt Horizons – World History to get a general understanding of how and when they are introduced. We also suggest that you read and familiarize yourself with the following sections of the Harcourt Horizons – World History Homeschool Package that are not included in the daily lesson plans.

The Chips of Trade

Provider name: World of 7 Billion
Area of study: World Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary

The Earth is a finite system with limited resources that people must compete for and share.

Unit of High School Softball

Provider name: Memorial University
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

I chose to do a unit on softball as it is a fun activity that everyone can enjoy. Through softball I plan to get the students outside to get a change of atmosphere.

Emotional Health

Provider name: 21st Century Health Education
Area of study: Emotional Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

Create help-seeking strategies for depression and mental disorders.

College Algebra – Trigonometry

Provider name: Laguardia center for teaching and learning
Area of study: Trigonometry
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

This course will start with a review of basic algebra (factoring, solvinglinear equations,andequalities, etc.)andproceed to a study of polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. These functions will be used in applications involving simple mathematical modeling where students will engage in inquiry activities aimed at improving critical thinking skills.

Chemistry 6-12 (Blacksburg Campus)

Provider name: Virginia Tech
Area of study: Chemistry
Subject: Science
Educational Level: College, Post Graduate

Students accepted for this program must have a minimum 3.0 QCA and have completed a B.A. in Chemistry or 32 semester hours in chemistry, including preparation in inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, and analytical chemistry.

Identity: Coming to Know One’s Self Through Literature

Provider name: Peter Smagorinsky
Area of study: Literature
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School

Identity is a major issue with most adolescents. Students are moving from the identity they have formed in relation to their parents, and embracing an identity of their very own

The Battle Over Reconstruction: The Aftermath of War

Provider name: South Carolina Lesson Plans
Area of study: American History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School

This lesson covers two essential aspects of Reconstruction: the condition of the southern states at the close of the war and Lincoln’s plan for restoring them to the Union.

The Economic Development of Spain Since the Beginning of the Democracy

Provider name: Indiana University
Area of study: World Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

In this curriculum unit students will learn Spanish as a second language through an analysis of the outstanding development of the Spanish economy since the beginning of democracy. C

La Crosse

Provider name: US La Crosse
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School

Students will be able to apply the rules while playing and officiating mock tournament games.

Web Maker

Provider name: Jim Lengel
Area of study: Web Designing
Subject: Information Technology
Educational Level: High School, College

A short course in designing and bulding a web site.

Algebra Lesson 3 - Solving For X

Provider name: Tutor USA
Area of study: Algebra
Subject: Math
Educational Level: High School

Algebra Curriculum

Star Power! Discovering the Power of Sunlight

Provider name: Science Netlinks
Area of study: Astronomy
Subject: Science
Educational Level: High School

In this lesson, students will discover that sunlight and the electromagnetic spectrum are the main tools with which we study objects in the solar system.

Five Elements of Good Writing

Provider name: Richard Walker Teaching Portfolio
Area of study: Writing
Subject: English
Educational Level: High School, College

Class: College of Marin, Low-advanced ESL Writing and Grammar. This is the class I was involved with for my TESL mentorship.

Post-World War II Europe; NATO and the Warsaw Pact

Provider name: Discovery Education
Area of study: European History
Subject: History
Educational Level: High School, College

Understand the political atmosphere of post-World War II Europe and the U.S. foreign policy strategy of containment.

  • Research critical events that occurred prior to the formation of NATO.
  • Identify the countries that formed the Warsaw Pact and NATO.

Economy vs. Humanity

Provider name: NTTI
Area of study: U.S Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: High School

The Triangle Trade, though morally reprehensible, was integral to the growth of the economies of the United States and Great Britain.

PE Gr. 2, 3 Physical Fitness/Basketball

Provider name: Blackboard Learn
Area of study: Sports
Subject: Physical Education
Educational Level: High School

Fitness/Ball Handling Skills: Dribbling/Shooting/Passing/Invasion/Defending

A Healthy Body

Provider name: Health Education
Area of study: Body Health Awareness
Subject: Health
Educational Level: Elementary

Being sick is a reality in a child's life. Yet sickness can be quite mysterious to children and is often a source of worry — even when worrying is unwarranted.

Calculus - Definite Integrals and Differential Equations: 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill

Provider name: Engage
Area of study: Calculus
Subject: Math
Educational Level: College

A study published in Science on October 8, 2010, indicated that the half-lives of much of the oil were between 1.2 and 6.1 days.

Introduction to Immunology

Provider name: The Biology Project
Area of study: Biology
Subject: Science
Educational Level: College

The following problems have multiple choice answers. Correct answers are reinforced with a brief explanation. Incorrect answers are linked to tutorials to help solve the problem.

Adult Education ESL Teachers Guide

Provider name: Adult Education Centar Texas A&I University
Area of study: Conversational ESL
Subject: English
Educational Level: College, Adult ESL learner

This manual is intended to be a survival guide for newly assigned teachers who have had little or no preservice training in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) and who do not have accessto such training prior to being assigned.

Ancient Nebraska Unit

Provider name: Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Area of study: Geography
Subject: History
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

  • Students will review the geologic time scale.
  • Students will predict what the environment of Nebraska was throughout different periods of time.
  • Students will have hands-on experience with sedimentary rock from the state of Nebraska.

Human Rights Lesson Plans

Provider name: University of Minnesota
Area of study: Asian Economics
Subject: Economics
Educational Level: Elementary, High School

Human rights lesson plan development is a challenging task. It challenges the teachers to mix standard educational tools with the practical application of human rights concepts.

Mental Health Awareness Lesson Plan

Provider name: GPS Life Span
Area of study: Mental Health
Subject: Health
Educational Level: High School

Students will be able to: focus on a mental health issue or topic of their choosing under the GPS Personal Plan - Mental Health Issues.



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