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Students will produce a multi-line graph, calculate averages, and calculate ranges using positive and negative temperatures.
In this video, students investigate a strange image that asks which has more sugar: a donut or a health drink? What about a salad? Using math and language arts skills, they'll determine if this image shows a complete picture or is misleading.
In this series, students learn about five types of logical fallacies then develop an argument *against* a great idea, invention, or character using these techniques.
In this final part of the caffeine investigation, students will analyze advertisements, and then create a public service announcement.
Students will use multiple perspectives to compose a letter of admiration from one academic subject to another.
Teach your students the persuasive tools of ethos, pathos, and logos by analyzing the packaging of healthy drinks.
Analyze how a character changes across a story using the prompts of depth and complexity.
Move the typical biome or ecosystem study way up Bloom's Taxonomy by asking students to create their own extinct creature.
An intriguing math project investigating how much money we could make by selling an original iPod versus selling the equivalent amount of stocks.