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Perceptual Regions World Geography – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson develops students’ understanding of perceptual regions. Instructional Objective: Students will illustrate and categorize their perceptions of the Northeast, South, West, and Midwest regions, and they will then contrast their interpretations and the states they included in each perceptual region with their peers before writing an analysis of their reasoning Step 1: Students will use the My World Atlas-Lite ...

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Reading Made Interactive – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson develops English Language Arts students’ comprehension, research, and testing skills. Instructional Objective: Students will practice their reading comprehension skills by first answering questions about different text passages and then choosing articles to create their own questions for their classmates to engage. Step 1: Students will use the QuotEd Reading Comprehension app to engage different texts and answer text-dependent ...

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Me as a Scientist – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson develops students’ understanding of the scientific method. Instructional Objective: Students will complete a scientific experiment by first viewing videos of experiment before recording themselves conducting a scientific experiment on their own. Step 1: Students will view scientific experiments using the Video Science app in order to see a model of the type of video they will create. Step ...

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“Divide” and Conquer Using Apps – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson develops students’ decimal division and measuring skills. Instructional Objective: Students will watch an instructional video on dividing decimals and will measure (to the nearest tenth of an inch/centimeter) two objects they find in the classroom. Students will then create flashcards representing the division of each measurement and demonstrate their understanding of dividing decimals by completing their division ...

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English “Mad-Lib” O-Mania! – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson develops students’ creative writing, parts of speech, grammar, and vocabulary ability. Instructional Objective: Students will review parts of speech and engage in a creative writing activity by completing practice Mad libs before researching an article, converting it to a mad lib, and then posting it to a class website. Step 1: Students will complete 1-3 exercises using the Mad ...

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