Students will be able to interpret key documents that influenced our founding fathers as well as writings of philosophers that were inspirations of the founding fathers. Students will also be able to describe how these readings were incorporated into the writings of Jefferson, Mason and Madison.
Subject: Applications of Newton’s 1st Law
Title: The Moving Company
For an object to remain at rest, all forces acting on it must be in equilibrium.
The following lesson is for my gifted Visual Arts students, grades 9-12. It demonstrates differentiation (Collins, 2016) and student grouping based on ability and interest (Doubet, 2016).
- Create a quantitative graphical representation of the energy stored in a system, and allocate it in different storage modes.
Distinguish between an energy transfer or dissipation.
TSW explain what the atmosphere is in his own words orally and in written form.
TSW identify the main gases in the atmosphere.
TSW describe the composition of the earth’s atmosphere.
TSW identify the four layers of the atmosphere.
To understand the definition, types and origins of the major greenhouse gases.
Objectives: Students will …
Create a town with all the elements to sustain human life.
Discuss how the activities of the people in the town may create greenhouse
Make a connection between small unrelated activities and their cumulative
affects on emissions of greenhouses gases.
Students will understand how fossils are created and the use of fossils in rock formations identify the geological time frame.
Materials & Resources
Shells, Clay, Plants, Snail shells, Shrimp shells, Sand, Plaster Paris, Water, Sifter, Clear plastic containers, Plastic animals
Students will understand at least 3 different types of energy. They will explore and judge which energy source is the best for renewable energy.
Students will understand how and what gear they need to be able to travel through space. They will also understand what a planet needs to be sustainable for life on the planet.
Students will be able to observe and read a map/globe. They will be able to plot a course and understand how far it is from an origin to their final destination. Furthermore, they will understand how latitude and longitude is used a definite place on a map or globe.