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Twenty-one lessons and two exams make up a math unit all about decimal operations and division of fractions. By way of direct instruction, discussion, guided practice, collaborative learning, and independent practice scholars solve...
Ten lesson plans for track and field include safety tips and class activities. The class activities include basic teaching instructions on how to perform each skill. There are some diagrams included to help you see what to do. Use this...
A lesson from track and field is all about hurdles. It's a difficult skill that takes time and lots of practice to be able to perform well. In this lesson, the class learns step-by-step techniques to performing getting over a hurdle...
Here you'll find a list of ideas and activity descriptions for hosting an adaptive physical education or special olympics event. It includes the setting, rules, and pointers for over 10 different track and field activities.
No fair! I had to run more than they did! Young mathematicians first measure various lengths on a school track. They develop strategies and show calculations to prove that all participants will run the same length using a staggered...
Second graders read a book about track and field events. In this guided reading lesson, 2nd graders review the table of contents and discuss the track and field events presented. Students read the book, discuss events covered, pick an...
Are you starting a track and field unit? Do you want to introduce the basic components of the unit? What are the track events? What are the field events? What are the rules of each event? What's the exchange zone? Show this PowerPoint...
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students read facts and examples of events, choose multiple choice answers, and evaluate their comprehension. Students choose three multiple choice answers.
Students identify animal tracks outdoors. In this animal life lesson, students go outdoors and find several different animal tracks to identify. Students also discuss how animals must adapt in the winter months.
Discover how Jesse Owens paved the way for African American athletes as a track and field legend, while still challenged by the obstacles of a segregated American society during the mid-twentieth century.
Don't run from the resource—sprint to it. Using an engaging performance task, scholars consider a set of constraints on the creation of a track. Given several possible designs, they determine if the designs meet the constraints. If not,...
Students explore animal characteristics by participating in an animal anatomy activity. In this animal tracks lesson plan, students identify the differences between specific animals and the shape of their footprints. Students utilize a...
Stay on track to learn about proportions. Scholars watch an introductory video that shows the split time for a runner on an outdoor track. Applying concepts of proportional reasoning, they determine what the runner's split time would be...
Students cast animal tracks on a field trip. They split up to capture tracks from different areas and use plaster of Paris to mold to the footprint. They bring casts back to class, create a negative mold and paint it black.
Did you know physicists can identify new particles by observing the path they take in a particle accelerator? Scholars explore the variables that determine the direction and radius of the circular path different particles take. They...
Seventh graders participate in a mini-olympics, each representing a different country. They research their country's population, culture, language, food and government. They create a bio sheet using their research information. They...
In this mammals worksheet, students research the internet to find information and answer short answer questions about mammals of fields, meadows, and hedgerows. Students complete 12 questions.
Students (with a partner) draw and describe a leaf in its natural setting, and then re-find leaves drawn and described by classmates. The point is to have them start to think about observations in science, what to put in a field...
Do curves slow runners down or help their speed? Pupils simulate a 200-meter dash to calculate the angular and linear velocity of a runner. They then determine whether the runner is faster around the curved section of the track or the...
Mid-Unit Assessment: Identifying Author’s Opinion, Reasons, and Supporting Evidence: “Courage on the Field”
New ReviewWhat do you think? Scholars complete a mid-unit assessment in which they identify an opinion in Courage on the Field along with evidence that supports it. After the assessment, pupils complete Tracking My Progress, Mid-Unit 2 recording...
Even though the PowerPoint slides for this lesson are not included, you may find it useful for the wildlife track preservation instructions provided. After demonstrating the steps for making track casts, take your class outdoors to make...
Give learners a chance to shine. The last installment of a 21-part series is an end-of-module assessment. Scholars show their understanding of operations with decimals and division of fractions by solving problems in the context of a...
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