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#### Lesson: Paul Chan: Alternumeric Fonts

Learning to analyze language, symbols, and codes is part of becoming a deep and critical thinker. Young analysts consider their ability to see hidden messages as they analyze the work of Paul Chan. There are two fully developed...

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#### Mastering the Mighty Melville

“Bartleby the Scrivner” as an existential forerunner to The Office? Dense and often dark, Herman Melville’s stories abound with Biblical allusions and complex symbols. If you are considering using Melville’s novels or short stories with...

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#### Two-Digit Inequalities

Youthful mathematicians compare 15 pairs of 2-digit numbers (between 10 and 50) by writing the symbol for greater than, less than, or equal to in a box. Offer your students unit cubes and 10-rods to visualize and make concrete the...

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#### Holes Match 'Em Up Challenge

Upper graders read the book Holes as a class or by themselves. In groups, they identify symbols and discuss how they are connected among the many plots in the story. They create a timeline in which they sequence the main events to end...

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#### Compare Numbers to 100 +-4 (Q)

Let's do some number comparisons! Learners study two numbers in the 75 sets of problems. They write a greater than, less than, or equal to sign to compare the numbers.

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#### The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams

Provided here is a packet of worksheets to accompany The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. To start, readers research words commonly associated with the time period. Then, a list of 30 tough vocabulary words are listed (including...

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#### To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapters 13 & 14

What a great way to study symbols in a text! Give your class some support by offering basic pictures and the page number that is associated with symbols found in To Kill a Mockingbird. Readers analyze the mockingbird, Boo Radley, and...

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#### Outdoor Observation

How do seasons change? Investigate changes in the seasons. Elementary schoolers observe the environment using their five senses and record their findings. They repeat this activity throughout the year when the seasons change.

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#### Ions in Chemical Formulas

In this ions in chemical formulas worksheet, students are given 10 sets of ions to combine to form the proper chemical formula. They are given 10 formulas and they write the symbols of the ions in the compound and the number of each ion...

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#### Cartoons for the Classroom: Campaigns and Gas Pains

Even before they are driving, your scholars have heard the ups and downs of gas prices. Assess the political turmoil behind rising prices using this analysis handout, which features a political cartoon from 2006. Background information...

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#### "Big Three" Bailouts

What does your class think about big business bailouts by the U.S. Government? Find out with this activity, where learners analyze a political cartoon comparing the "Big Three" automakers with the Greek Myth of Sisyphus. Background...

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#### Comparing Numbers - Twelve More to Try

Think about what number values are and how to compare them. Your class can complete this practice sheet by comparing single and double-digit numbers using the greater than, less than, or equal to symbols.

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#### Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To

This resource offers a quick lesson in using the symbols for greater than, less than, and equal to to compare single-digit numbers. However, the practice worksheet included has learners comparing numbers to the 100,000s, as well as...

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#### Using >, < , and =

To practice comparing 2-digit numbers, learners evaluate 8 pairs of numbers and circle the appropriate symbol: greater than, less than, or equal to. Directions encourage use of "tens and ones." So break out the unit cubes and 10-rods to...

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#### Practice Comparing Two-Digit Numbers

To practice comparing 2-digit numbers, learners write a symbol for greater than, less than, or equal to on the line between pairs of numbers. Worksheet has 12 sets to compare. Highest number is 30.

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#### Mr. Wolf's Pancakes

Here is a simple and fun idea that provides learners with an opportunity to use numbers and math symbols to represent mathematical relationships in real world situations. They listen to the story Mr. Wolf's Pancakes, generate Mr. Wolf's...

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#### The Function of Music

Explore concepts of audience, purpose and symbols in this lesson from Media Smarts that asks high schoolers to consider all the functions of music. Through a series of discussions and activities, your class will brainstorm possible...

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#### Patterns of Communication

Scholars examine codes, symbols, and other forms of communication. They discuss Morse Code. Next, they are given messages written in code, which they must decipher.

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#### Common Multiples

In this common multiples worksheet, 7th graders solve and complete 7 different problems that include using a Venn diagram to complete their problems. First, they place each of the numbers listed in the proper place in the Venn diagram...

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#### The Lickity-Split Ice Cream Stand

In this polygons instructional activity, 7th graders solve and complete 7 different problems that include a rental space to sell ice cream. First, they determine the space that would cost the least amount of money to rent each year...

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#### Cartoons for the Classroom: Gridlock in 2010 Elections

Investigate symbolism within a political cartoon in this critical analysis handout, which outlines issues of the 2010 election process. Background information (on the risk of gridlock in legislation and the challenges of either party...

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#### Cartoons for the Classroom: China, Tibet, and the Olympics

Political tensions have surrounded the Olympics for centuries; take a look back at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics with this political cartoon analysis worksheet. Background information gives learners context regarding Tibetan protests...

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#### Cartoons for the Classroom: 2012 Mid-Term Elections

Use a political cartoon to help scholars grasp the significant turnover in Congress following the 2012 mid-term election. A Mike Keefe cartoon uses symbols and current political lingo to convey perspective on the issue, and background...

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#### Grammar - Revise Your Symbols

Explore the different symbols of grammar. Middle schoolers write two sentences using different symbols, including asterisks, apostrophes, and ellipses. They also read and answer guided questions.