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Yoga-ta Do It! – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop gym students’ knowledge of yoga through research and practice. Instructional Objective: Students will research yoga and create presentations on the muscle groups and benefits of specific yoga poses/exercises. Step 1: Students will research the benefits of yoga with the Google app. Step 2: Students will use the app YouTube to research different real life stories of kids ...

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School of Rock – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will provide hands-on practice for music students to expand their songwriting, mixing, and composing understanding. Instructional Objective: Students will write an original song and compose an accompanying musical piece for it utilizing a combination of the piano, drums, and guitar. Students will record their piece to demonstrate their understanding. Step 1: Students will pair up and write a ...

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Creative Conjugations – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop Spanish foreign language students’ verb conjugation and tense understanding. Instructional Objective: Students will learn about proper conjugation for verbs when used with yo, tú, él/usted, nosotros, vosotros, and ellos/ustedes. Students will demonstrate their understanding by conjugating their choice of verbs with yo, tú, él/usted, nosotros, and ellos/ustedes in an original short story. Step 1: Students will ...

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Campaign Reporter – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will expand and deepen social studies students’ understanding of the current presidential race. Instructional Objective: Students will investigate a politician’s poll projections, platforms, and political ideology. Students will synthesize their findings into an infographic. Step 1: Teachers will assign students a candidate and have them use the Frontrunner app to analyze their candidate’s polling numbers, trends, and other ...

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Poetry Comparison – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop English students’ comprehension of poetic tools and structure. Instructional Objective: Students will compare and contrast two poems in a graphic organizer and then write their own poem that mirrors the poetic elements (symbolism, meter, meaning, rhyme, verse, form, alliteration, onomatopoeia, etc.) shared by the two poems analyzed. Step 1: Students will use the Random Poem generator in ...

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