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Use of World Health Organization and CDC Growth Charts for Children Aged 0--59 Months in the United States
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In April 2006, the World Health Organization (WHO) released new international growth ...

In April 2006, the World Health Organization (WHO) released new international growth charts for children aged 0--59 months. Similar to the 2000 CDC growth charts, these charts describe weight for age, length (or stature) for age, weight for length (or stature), and body mass index for age. Whereas the WHO charts are growth standards, describing the growth of healthy children in optimal conditions, the CDC charts are a growth reference, describing how certain children grew in a particular place and time. However, in practice, clinicians use growth charts as standards rather than references.

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Health, Medicine and Nursing
Reading Informational Text
Biology
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Centers For Disease Control and Prevention
English Language Arts, Grade 12, Unit 1, Episode 2, Lesson 13
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Facts are facts, but often there is more than one way to ...

Facts are facts, but often there is more than one way to tell a “true” story. In this lesson, students will examine the story of the missionaries’ arrival, viewing it from different characters’ perspectives and thinking about the different true versions that can be told about one set of events.

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English Language Arts
Reading Literature
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Pearson
English Language Arts, Grade 12, Unit 2, Episode 1, Lesson 4
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Lesson Overview Students plot the six most important events in “Once Upon ...

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Students plot the six most important events in “Once Upon a Time” and discuss what they think the author is saying about life in South Africa. Then they look at how the story made them feel and where it seemed particularly Juvenalian.

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English Language Arts
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Pearson
English Language Arts, Grade 12, Unit 4, Episode 1, Lesson 7
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In this lesson, students will begin by reviewing the play so far ...

In this lesson, students will begin by reviewing the play so far and then meet again in groups to read act 4. They’ll do a close reading of Prospero’s lines and take on the perspectives of different characters to comment on his meaning. For homework, students will continue planning their essays.

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English Language Arts
Reading Literature
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Pearson
English Language Arts, Grade 12, Unit 4, Episode 1, Lesson 8
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In this lesson, students will write about and discuss this question: Who ...

In this lesson, students will write about and discuss this question: Who is enslaved in The Tempest? They’ll read, annotate, write about, and discuss act 5. Then students will take on the persona of one of the characters and explain their actions.

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English Language Arts
Composition and Rhetoric
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Pearson
English Language Arts, Grade 11, Unit 3, Episode 1, Lesson 3
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In this lesson, students will gain a fuller understanding of the beauty ...

In this lesson, students will gain a fuller understanding of the beauty standards for women in Elizabethan England. This understanding will help them appreciate Sonnets 130 and 18 and how Shakespeare plays with his readers’ expectations.

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English Language Arts
Reading Literature
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Pearson
English Language Arts, Grade 11, Unit 4, Episode 1, Lesson 6
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In this lesson, you will focus on writing description that is effective ...

In this lesson, you will focus on writing description that is effective by using concrete, specific details that send a clear impression to your reader.

In this lesson, students will focus on writing description that is effective by using concrete, specific details that send a clear impression to their reader.

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English Language Arts
Reading Literature
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Pearson