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## From Patterns of Input and Output to Algebraic Equations

Students explore the relationship between input and output values and learn to use algebraic expressions and equations.

4-8

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## Abraham Lincoln: A Good Man? or A Good Man!

In this lesson, students use video from American Masters: Bill T. Jones: A Good Man along with primary sources to investigate the life of Lincoln and write a one page argument essay on whether Lincoln was "a good man."

9-12

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## Accidental Discoveries

This lesson will help the students understand that science theories change in the face of new evidence, but those changes can be slow in coming.

5-8

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## Acid Rock WebQuest

Acid Mine Drainage and Its Impact on Water Quality

9-12

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Students examine some of the behaviors and physical characteristics that enable organisms to live successfully in their environment.

6-8

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## Addition of Decimal Numbers and a Common Error

Students practice carefully lining up decimal places while calculating sums of decimals that total more than one.

4-7

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## Air Is Matter

Students investigate air and how it is something that occupies space, has mass, and exerts pressure.

K-2

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## Alaska Native Ways of Knowing

In this media-rich lesson, students prepare classroom science fair projects that demonstrate the application of traditional knowledge to a scientific topic.

3-12

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## Alexander Hamilton: Most Likely to Succeed?

Explore the conditions and circumstances of Alexander Hamilton’s youth and the strengths he carried with him into his adult life.

5-8

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## Analogies - The Baka of Cameroon, West Africa

Students complete analogies and connect them to information about the Baka of Cameroon, West Africa.

6-8

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## Analyzing and Comparing Perspectives on Issues - Gorillas

Students compare and contrast their perspectives on raising gorillas in captivity with their peers and with scientists. They summarize their perspectives and the perspectives of others.

5-12

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## Analyzing an Issue From Three Perspectives - Smoking in Public Places

Students note various perspectives on the debate about smoking in public places in NYC and create an interview to research the perspectives of peers and community members. They write a report to present their findings and opinion on the issue.

6-8

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## Analyzing Information - Can Pigs be Pets?

Students identify a main idea as well as analyze, evaluate and interpret new information, personal experiences and prior knowledge to form an opinion which they then write about.

3-5

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## Animal Hearing

Students explore how sound is created, the importance of hearing in certain environments and some environmental causes of hearing loss.

6-8

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## Animal Intel

In this lesson, using video segments from Nature episode “A Murder of Crows,” students will explore different aspects of animal intelligence, with a focus on crows.

9-12

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## Animal Mouth Structures

Students observe several animals' mouth structures and explore how these structures help the animal obtain, handle, and eat food.

3-5

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## Art in the Muslim World

Through the materials presented in this lesson, students will explore basic elements of Islamic art, learn about the origin and styles of the specific art of Islamic calligraphy and create their own piece of artistic calligraphy.

5-12

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## Artistic Interpretation of a Classic: The Author’s Role

This lesson uses video segments from Great Performances: The Little Mermaid from San Francisco Ballet to help students explore the role of the author in relation to his/her work.

9-12

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## The Art of Forces and Motion

Students learn about Forces and Motion by creating art that helps them to visualize, identify and explain these phenomena.

4-12

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## As the Rotor Turns: Wind Power and You

An Investigation of Wind Power as an Energy Resource in Pennsylvania

6-8

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