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Money, Money, Money, Mon-ay! – App Lesson

Description: In this app lesson, students will learn and practice coin counting skills. Instructional Objective: Students will create and solve real world math problems by reviewing basic multiplication and coin counting skills before applying them. Step 1: Students will use the Math Workout app to sharpen their multiplication skills. Step 2: Students will use the Counting Coins app to review the values of ...

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Test Prep Made Interactive – App Lesson

Description: In this app lesson, students gain experience with SAT and ACT questions while being creative! Instructional Objective: Students will prepare for college entrance exams (e.g. SAT and ACT tests) by completing a practice test and then explaining how to correctly solve a math and reading comprehension question. Step 1: Students will complete a practice test using the ACT® Test Prep TestBank 36! ...

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Tracing Letters for the Early Literacy Learner – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson develops young students’ letter-writing skills. Instructional Objective: Students will learn letter-writing skills by first tracing letters using a variety of templates before writing letters independently. Step 1: Students will use the Write – Paint Alphabets app to learn how to correctly write letters using a template.  Step 2: Teachers will upload pictures of words into the ShowMe app, and ...

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Applying the Literacy Terms – English – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson develops English Language Arts and English as a Second Language students’ vocabulary and grammar skills. Instructional Objective: Students will study a literary term by selecting one from a glossary, creating a graphic that defines and exemplifies the term, and then explain how that term is part of a literary work. Step 1: Students will be assigned a literary ...

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Change Over Time – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson develops students’ ability to discern historical patterns and analyze them for meaning. Instructional Objective: Students will view a documentary about an important event from United States history and create a newspaper page about the event from the perspective of someone who witnessed it. Students will then pick a theme represented in the documentary and write a “change-over-time” analysis, ...

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