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The Poetry of Robinson Jeffers: Symbols

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
The hawk is a recurring symbol in Robinson Jeffers' poetry. Ask your learners to consider this symbol in the poems "Hurt Hawks" and "Rock and Hawk." Pupils discuss these two poems and compare them to poems read earlier in this series....
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The Black Hawk War, 1832

For Teachers 8th - 12th
Young scholars read and discuss primary documents about the Black Hawk War. They choose one of the conflicts during the war and investigate primary documents to explain both sides of the conflicts, and to discover inconsistencies in the...
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Perpetual Motion

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students are introduced to the concept of Energy Conservation with the example of: Tony Hawk seems to defy the conservation of energy as he keeps reaching new heights on each pass on the halk-pipe. Actually, Tony is supplying the extra...
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Open Court Literature

For Teachers 2nd
Second graders are working on Literature selection "Dragons and Giants" from Frog and Toad Together. Pupils work individually and simultaneously, 2nd graders become character statues of toad or frog, rocks, cave, snake, hawk, closet,...
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Read and Infer: Emerson's "Self-Reliance"

For Students 10th - 12th
The complete text of Ralph Waldo Emerson's manifesto "Self-Reliance" is accompanied by 9 excellent reflection questions. Encourage quadrant D-level thinking by challenging readers to infer, evaluate, and synthesize meaning from the text,...
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The Guilty Party

For Students 7th - 8th Standards
Why do good people do bad things? That is the question asked by O. Henry's short story, "The Guilty Party," and one at the center of the discussion following a reading of this tragic tale.
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Burning Up! A Look at Global Warming

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Students investigate global warming. In this global warming lesson, students watch movies about global warming, discuss problems in their local community and see how communities have changed over time. Students realize the importance of...
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Preposition Prep

For Students 6th - 10th
In this preposition skills instructional activity, students review the impact prepositions make in sentences and then identify the prepositions in 12 sentences.
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Place Value

For Teachers 1st
First graders practice place value by completing problems that allow them to group 10 items together to create groups of 10 and see what is left over. In this place value lesson plan, 1st graders use cups to put 10 items in them, and...
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The Kansas State Capitol

For Teachers 2nd
Second graders research the Kansas state capitol building. In this historical landmark lesson, 2nd graders explore the Kansas state capitol. Over three days students explore the Governor's office, Senate and House of Representatives, and...
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A Wappo Legend: The Creation of Man

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders read a Wappo creation myth observing the use of symbols or pictures for characters in the story. After discussing the myth, they write their own stories, using pictures for some of the words. They research other creation...
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Oddball Out: Animals

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
For this problem solving worksheet, young scholars analyze a row of pictures of various animals to determine which creature is different from the others pictured.