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Ms. Manglona, Guam History
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ESSENTIAL QUESTION: HOW DID THE 1968 ELECTION TRANSFORM AMERICAN POLITICS? OBJECTIVES: SWBAT analyze, evaluate, and synthesize excerpted primary and...
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In this post, we discuss why to expect cold days in the winter and why low temperatures in one part of the world doesn't mean that global...
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Does a warm day in February or a cold day in June disprove climate change? Today's post explains the difference between weather and climate, and how...
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Students read about SpaceX's new rocket, the BFR, that would be able to take humans to Mars. Students then test how elastic potential energy gets...
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Students will see knowledge of Stock Exchange for Economics classes, in History classes will see how Monopolies form.
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Students read an article about the bat populations in Mammoth Cave National Park and how researchers are working to understand the effects on the...
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Student read an interview with IBM Watson Heath's John Daly, which disucsses how artificial intelligence is being applied to the field of healtcare...
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Students read an article about CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing technology and discuss the social consequences and ethics of designer genes.