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- LessonELA / G6 / M2A / U2 / lesson 7Stanza-3— Identifying Rules to Live By Communicated in “If”The second lesson in the two-day cycle focused on the third-stanza of the poem “If.”
- LessonELA / G6 / M2A / U2 / lesson 5Stanza-2— Identifying Rules to Live By Communicated in “If”This lesson is very similar in structure to Lesson 3.
- LessonELA / G6 / M2A / U2 / lesson 4Notices and Wonders of the Second Stanza of “If”This lesson continues scaffolding students toward the mid-unit assessment.
- LessonELA / G6 / M2A / U2 / lesson 6Notices, Wonders, and Vocabulary of the Third Stanza of “If”Students will continue the two-lesson cycle.
- UnitELA / G6 / M2A / unit 2Analyzing Structure and Communicating Theme in LiteratureStudents closely read the poem “If ” by Rudyard Kipling.
- LessonELA / G6 / M2A / U2 / lesson 8Mid-Unit-Assessment: Analyzing Structure and Theme in Stanza 4 of “If”Students complete the mid-unit-assessment using the final stanza of the poem.
- LessonMath / K / M3 / TE / lesson 17Compare To Find If There Is EnoughSee if there are enough, just enough, or not enough.
- LessonELA / G11 / CP / U1 / part 5If I Had SneezedStudents learn the characteristics of an effective text-based discussion.
- LessonELA / G12 / CP / U1 / part 5If I Had SneezedStudents learn the characteristics of an effective text-based discussion.
- LessonMath / G7 / M2 / TC / lesson 21If–Then Moves with Integer Number CardsStudents understand the properties of equalities in number sentences.
- LessonMath / G7 / M3 / TB / lesson 8Using If-Then Moves in Solving EquationsStudents transition from using arithmetic, to using algebra to solve the same word problem.
- LessonELA / G4 / M2A / U1 / lesson 6Taking Notes Using a Graphic-Organizer: Importance of Religion in Colonial-AmericaInferring About the Importance of Religion in Colonial America
- LessonELA / G4 / M2A / U1 / lesson 9End-of-Unit-1-Assessment: Inferring and Synthesizing about Life in Colonial AmericaStudents infer and synthesize about life in Colonial America.
- LessonMath / G7 / M3 / TB / lesson 9Using If-Then Moves in Solving Equations (Continued)Students examine and interpret the structure between 𝑝𝑥 + 𝑞 = 𝑟 and 𝑝(𝑥 + 𝑞) = 𝑟.
- LessonELA / G7 / M3 / U1 / lesson 13Poetic Tools In Narrative Of The Life Of Frederick DouglassClass discussion of “If We Must Die” by Claude McKay.
- LessonELA / G6 / M2A / U2 / lesson 3Stanza-1— Identifying Rules to Live By Communicated in “If”Students dig deeper into the meaning of the first stanza.
- LessonMath / G12 / M1 / TC / lesson 30When Can We Reverse a Transformation? (Continued)Students explore if transformations can be reversed.
- LessonELA / G6 / CP / U2 / part 3If today were the last day of my life…Students organize evidence to develop and expand claims.
- LessonELA / G11 / CP / U4 / part 2I Still See That Picture Now, As If It Tugs At MeStudents develop the ability to make evidence-based claims.
- LessonELA / G4 / M2A / U1 / lesson 8Taking Notes Using a Graphic OrganizerInferring about Work and Play in Colonial America