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## Module 1: Preparing To Teach Proportional Reasoning

This teaching module introduces proportional reasoning in the classroom and its place in the Common Core Mathematics Standards, the related teacher resources available at the Scale City website, and what students should know and be able to do to understand proportional reasoning. Module 1 of Using Scale City to Teach Proportional Reasoning.

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## Module 2: Using Scale City To Teach Proportional Reasoning

This teaching module introduces you to the resources found in Scale City: The Road to Proportional Reasoning, including the mathematics explored in each module, descriptions of the videos, and tutorials for the Flash activities. Module 2 of Using Scale City to Teach Proportional Reasoning.

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## Module 3: Introduction to Scale City Learning Modules

This module includes videos of middle grades students tackling some of the problems in four of the Scale City modules. You will explore ways you might assess, support, and challenge your students as they learn about scale, scaling, and proportional reasoning. Module 3 of Using Scale City to Teach Proportional Reasoning.

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## American Stories: Teens and Immigration

In this lesson designed to enhance literary skills, students explore the experience of four teen immigrants to the United States.

5-12

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## Analyzing Primary Source Media

In this media-rich, self-paced lesson, students analyze primary source news footage to gain insights into public sentiment toward historical figures, issues, and events of the past 50 years.

6-12

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## Baseball and Social Change: The Story of Roberto Clemente

In this lesson designed to enhance literary skills, students explore how a culture changes as new groups of people enter it, focusing on the experiences of baseball player Roberto Clemente and the influence of Latino culture in the United States.

5-12

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## Building the Erie Canal

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students look at how the construction of the Erie Canal brought about major changes within United States, particularly in New York City, upstate New York, and the Midwest.

5-12

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## Building the Pyramids of Ancient Egypt

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students learn about the pyramids of ancient Egypt, the pyramids' role in Egyptian society, and historians' theories about how the Egyptians were able to build these massive structures.

5-12

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## Bullying

In this lesson designed to enhance literary skills, students think about the impact of bullying on individuals' rights in a democratic society.

5-12

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## Character Change: The Diary of Anne Frank

In this lesson designed to enhance literary skills, students examine how Anne Frank's character changed while she was in hiding from the Nazis in World War II.

5-12

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## Character Conflict: Language Immersion

In this lesson designed to enhance literary skills, students explore conflict as a plot device through the story of Moises, a fictional young immigrant to the United States.

5-8

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## The Columbian Exchange

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students explore the movement of plants, animals, and diseases that characterized the Columbian Exchange and learn how it changed the world.

5-12

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## Conflict Over Western Lands

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students explore how the differing worldviews of white settlers and Native Americans led to conflicts over land when Americans surged westward in the 1860s.

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## Continental Drift: What's the Big Idea?

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students learn how the theory that explains the position of Earth's continents was established and later modified, and gain important insights into how science and the scientific community operate.

5-12

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## Energy Transfer in a Roller Coaster

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students examine energy forms in moving objects and discover how changes from one form to another move cars through a roller coaster ride.

5-12

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## Fact and Opinion: Parents, Teens, and Texting

In this lesson designed to enhance literary skills, students explore the debate between parents and teens over texting and interpret facts to form and support their opinions.

5-12

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In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students explore brain injuries called concussions: what they are, how they occur, the challenges in diagnosing them, and ways to protect yourself from them.

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## Florida's Everglades: The River of Grass

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students learn about the unique environment of southern Florida's Everglades and gain insights into the interrelatedness of living things, nonliving things, and climate.

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## Forces of Gravity and Air Resistance

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students learn how the forces of gravity and air resistance affect the motion of falling objects.

5-12

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## From Slavery to Freedom in Colonial Times

In this lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students examine the life of Venture Smith, an African man enslaved in America, to learn about the experiences of enslaved and free African Americans in the New England colonies.

5-12

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