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btutino
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2016
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Objectives: To hav e students analyze and evaluate the significance and impact of the First Federal Congress Essential Question: HOW DO PRIMARY...
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Students can read and color using the text describing the flags of three countries in Africa where French is spoken. Note that in Tunisia, French is...
claireensor
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2016
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Distribute copies of this text about the life of Coco Chanel. Students complete the text while you read the full version by listening to the missing...
btutino
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2016
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  • Social Studies
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Essential Question: WAS RECONSTRUCTION A SUCCESS OR A FAILURE? Objective: To have students analyze and evaluate the historical reassessment of the...
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Objective: To have students analyze and evaluate the influences of George Washington on the founding of the nation through his letters. Essential...
btutino
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2016
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Objective: To have students analyze and evaluate James Madison’s gift for forming lasting partnerships that benefitted America Essential Question:...
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2017
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  • Science
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Take your students Chemistry Caroling around the building! Really great fun! Some songs are appropriate for regular chemistry and some are designed...
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Essential Question: HOW DO THE VALUES AND PRINCIPLES CONTAINED IN THE WRITINGS OF FISHER AMES EVIDENCE THE CONSTITUTIONAL FOUNDATIONS AND FORMATION...
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  • Social Studies
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ESSENTIAL QUESTION: HOW CAN EFFECTIVE DOMESTIC POLICY HELP RESOLVE THE URANIUM CRISIS THE NAVAJO NATION IS CURRENTLY FACING? Objective: To have...
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ESSENTIAL QUESTION: HOW DOES EXTREMIST POLITICAL PARTY THINKING RESULT IN POOR CHOICES IN TERMS OF VOTING AND PUBLIC POLICYMAKING? Objective: To have...