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Common Core Lessons & Resources Is your school district adopting the Common Core ? Work these new standards into your curriculum with our reading, writing, speaking, social studies, and math lessons and activities. Each piece of content incorporates the Common Core State Standards into the activity or lesson.
Westerlies Above the subtropical highs in the Northern Hemisphere, and below the subtropical highs in the Southern Hemisphere, winds blow from the west towards the east. These winds are thus called westerly winds, after the direction from whence the winds come. The westerlies generally blow between 30 ° and 60 ° latitude in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres. The higher one travels into the atmosphere, the more noticeable these westerly winds are. At the core of the westerly winds lies what scientists call a jet stream.
Teaching materials Evolution is essential to our curriculum and to scientific literacy. Imagine teaching social science without teaching history; students would lack perspective on events going on today. Similarly, to understand the big picture of biology, students need to understand life on Earth in terms of its history and its future — the changing life forms and ecosystems that have arisen and changed over billions of years, as well as the mechanisms that have brought about those changes. The Understanding Evolution project aims to help instructors develop student understanding of:
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Scientists get to solve puzzles every day, because science and research involve finding solutions from the clues that we are given. Just like with brainteasers (or brain teasers) and riddles, the answers to science mysteries are not always easy to see at first. With time and effort, they eventually become clear. But before solving the hundreds of brainteasers and riddles below, why not learn more about your brain by viewing the parts of the brain and what they do.
I have to tell you that it was a tough call to make these decisions, especially when we’re talking every teacher no matter what grade level or subject, but I hope that you find a couple of gems to put away in your virtual treasure box.
We all know that Word does a whole heap for the business world, but there are some features that work great for educators. Whether you are creating a test or worksheet, or helping your students format a formal paper, these tricks should make things easier. Plus, I just love easy, don't you?
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Design Your Own Games Pre-Made Games Matching Game Directions - In this game you can match up words.
You can use this page to create your own word search puzzle with your own list of words. These puzzles are popular with different groups of people, especially teachers and students. Please enter a set of words.
Pragmatic language :I remember an informal interview I once conducted with a 5 year old boy. I asked this boy, 'what should you do when you feel sick?' The most common response is usually 'tell Mummy' or 'get a doctor,' 'go to the hospital,' etc. This child's response was, 'get a bucket and a towel.' A very practical child indeed!