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In a Land Far, Far Away – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop students’ sense of developing well-written narratives. Instructional Objective: Students will showcase their understanding of the writing process by creating an outline and narrative. Step 1: Students will use the FarFaria Children’s Storybooks app to read an assigned, imaginative narrative. This will serve as the example for students. Step 2: Students will use the Inkflow app to create ...

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The Revolution that Wasn’t Televised – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop elementary students’ knowledge of the American Revolution and how it led to the Declaration of Independence. Instructional Objective: Students will research and analyze key components and events pertaining to the American Revolution and then create and present a recording of their interpretation of the component or event based on their research. Step 1: To get a ...

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Multiplying Master – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop math students’ ability to multiple numbers in order to solve word problems. Instructional Objective: Students will apply mathematical skills by creating and solving their own word problems. Step 1: Students will review and sharpen multiplication skills using the Sushi Monster app. Step 2: Teachers will compose word problems that require students to use multiplication skills in order ...

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What a Cute Angle! – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop mathematics students’ understanding and knowledge of measuring, naming, and classifying angles. Instructional Objective: Students will watch an instructional video on measuring, naming, and classifying various angles and will then measure a pre-constructed angle on paper with a digital protractor. Students will digitally draw another angle of their choice, name that angle three different ways, and ...

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Which Side of the Issue are You On? – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson requires students to analyze political topics from multiple perspectives. Instructional Objective: Students will select a current topic of debate, research and compose an editorial that expresses their opinion regarding the topic, and then create a website that propagandizes each side of the topic. Step 1: Students will use the Countable app to select a current topic of debate ...

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