Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum
Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum
Contains 6 lessons: What Are the Arts?, What Is Theatre? What Is Music?, What Is Dance?, What Is Visual Art?, Combining the Art Forms
Thought-provoking questions are required for class, during which there are critical literature discussions, focusing on the conflict and characters’ actions in the novel.
As the class discusses Langston Hughes’ short story, "Passing," in a seminar, they react and respond to the unique perspectives on equality and oppression.
What are the differences and similarities between how young captive-bred and wild-bred cranes deal with their environment?
Why do some bird species fly in V formation? How do birds fly long distances?
Read and discuss a poem about the migration of the crane. Write your own poem or story.
Researchers observe the individual physical and behavioral characteristics of a specific group of whooping cranes.
What are the dangers whooping cranes face during the migratory journey and what percentage of these dangers are directly related to human activities?
Design your own stamp to help carry the conservation message around the country.
Factor trinomial expressions of the formx2 + bx + c. Use algebra tiles to identify the binomial factors and the graphing calculator to verify the result.
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