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Final TPack Lesson

Title:  Colligative Properties of Solutions Grade Level/Subject:  11th Grade Chemistry Lesson Description:  In this lesson the students will be studying the following colligative properties of solutions:  freezing point depression, boiling point elevation and vapor pressure.  The students will begin with a video introduction where key concepts are introduced.  They will then work through a virtual … Continue reading Final TPack Lesson

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Final T-Pack (Fleisher)

Lesson Description: This lesson is the first part of a module geared towards high school English students in grade 11 (American Literature) dealing with an introduction to The Crucible with a focus on Puritanism.  This lesson will rely on student prior knowledge of Puritanism from their history classes.  After discussing their prior knowledge (both in … Continue reading Final T-Pack (Fleisher)

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Final TPACK

Based on the comments I received from my first draft, I wasn’t sure if I needed to re-post this. But just in case. Here it is! Lesson Description: This modules is designed to introduce web-based learning to students who are new to the online environment. The module will introduce students to the course content, course … Continue reading Final TPACK

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Final TPACK

Final TPACK Lesson Description: This lesson is the first part of a module introducing high school students (10th through 12th grades) to cybersecurity.  This lesson will explore students’ prior knowledge and opinions of cybersecurity and how it impacts them personally.  After discussing their prior knowledge and opinions, they will then be given material to start … Continue reading Final TPACK

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Final TPACK

I appreciated the feedback and hope that I made the appropriate changes. I think I may still be struggling to perfect the lesson plan because I haven’t nailed down each and every resource that I will use therefore making it hard to explain the effectiveness of each resource in the TPACK.  Once I have the … Continue reading Final TPACK

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Final TPACK-Captain

Lesson Description: Students will use Schoology as well as a face-to-face meeting during Indian Time (40 minutes) to review various study skills strategies, identify which ones they have tried in the past and which ones they are willing to implement moving forward.  Study skills will be presented via videos, website links, and workbook exercises.  Students … Continue reading Final TPACK-Captain

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Final TPACK

Lesson Description This is a lesson that introduces the conceptual understandings needed to further study the gas laws.  The lesson will be a qualitative inquiry introduction to the gas laws that will lead to later lessons that have a more quantitative viewpoint.  In this lesson, students will use online interactive computer tutorials, computer interface probes … Continue reading Final TPACK

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Final TPACK

This lesson is being designed for students taking chemistry.  Most students completing this lesson will be 11th graders but a few are in 10th or 12th grade.  Students will be required to add activities from this lesson to a “Forensic Science” ThingLink created during an earlier lesson. The majority of this lesson will be completed … Continue reading Final TPACK

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Final TPACK Myers

Lesson Description: This lesson is being designed for 8th graders who have been learning about the basics of typography. This lesson is a part of a module containing five projects designed to teach the basic principles of working with layers in a photo imaging program. It incorporates Technology Communication Tools C/T 6-8.13 Communicate effectively with… Read More Final TPACK Myers

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Final TPACK Hall

Lesson Description: This lesson is for two fifth grade math classes. There are 43 students in the two classes 23 in the first and 21 in the second.  This module is on naming and measuring angles from. This module will be a combination of in class assignments and online assignments. In class students will be working with a group to complete a project. Online students …

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