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Calculating the Areas of Rectangles
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This lesson focuses on calculating the areas of rectangles. It is designed to enable adult students to successfully master basic geometry knowledge in order to achieve their High School Equivalency (HSE). Areas to be covered include types of polygons, quadrilaterals, rectangles; calculating areas of rectangle and calculating costs. Students will apply this knowledge to practical areas of their lives such as calculating the costs of purchasing carpets or painting of walls

Subject:
Mathematics
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Interactive
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Author:
Winston Lawrence
Date Added:
05/05/2016
Calculating the Areas of Rectangles - Remix
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This lesson focuses on calculating the areas of rectangles. It is designed to enable adult students to successfully master basic geometry knowledge in order to achieve their High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED). Areas to be covered include types of polygons, quadrilaterals, rectangles; calculating areas of rectangles and calculating costs. Students can apply this knowledge to practical areas of their lives such as calculating the cost of purchasing carpet or painting walls.

Subject:
Mathematics
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Interactive
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Author:
Sandra James
Date Added:
11/21/2017
Calculating the Areas of Rectangles - Remix
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This lesson focuses on using the properties of rectangles to calculate area. It is designed to aid adult students to successfully master and apply basic geometry knowledge in a professional setting (construction and related) and can also contribute to achieving High School Equivalency (HSE).
Areas to be covered include properties of rectangles and squares; definition of ‘square’; right-angled triangles; calculating areas of rectangles and right-angled triangles; decomposition of area into manageable units; and calculating costs. Students will apply this knowledge to calculating the costs of purchasing building materials.

Subject:
Mathematics
Material Type:
Interactive
Lesson Plan
Author:
david cowell
Date Added:
04/26/2017
Calculating the Areas of Rectangles - Remix
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This lesson focuses on calculating the areas of rectangles. It is designed to enable adult students to successfully master basic geometry knowledge in order to achieve their High School Equivalency (HSE). Areas to be covered include types of polygons, quadrilaterals, rectangles; calculating areas of rectangle and calculating costs. Students will apply this knowledge to practical areas of their lives such as calculating the costs of purchasing carpets or painting of walls

Subject:
Mathematics
Material Type:
Interactive
Lesson Plan
Author:
Winston Lawrence
Date Added:
05/15/2016
Creating an E-Portfolio
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You would have to simulate a scenario where they have graduated and are preparing themselves for the workforce.They will be reflecting among themselves to identify the experiences, character traits, goals and objectives that are closest to them. They will use these items that they have identified and look towards creating an interactive medium. They will look for you on feedback to improve the interactive medium that they have created, to see if it's relevant to the learners or not. You will have to be familiar with the rapid growth of educational technology, these include platforms that will showcase the portfoliosPathbrite - An easy way of creating an E-Portfolio and placing your reflections and experiences into.About.me - This is an easy portfolio builder that acts as a start up page to link you to your videos or images. It even provides a free email signature as wellWeebly -  Weebly is a drag and drop no frills web page builder. It is really easy and intuitive to use.Wix - Wix is similar to Weebly, it is also a page builder for building up your own web page. Wordpress - Create a wordpress site that stores all the relevant information available on the site.It will also include interactive media that will be used to create different forms of videos, animations and images.Canva - Canva allows you to create images such as resumes and infographics that will present your learner's journey.Powtoons - Powtoons allows you to create animations that will highlight your experiences to your future employers

Subject:
Electronic Technology
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Module
Author:
barry ng
Date Added:
04/06/2016
Ideas - Write a Screenplay for a Movie!
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____________________________________________________________________________From Albion Movie, Inc.:  "BROUGHT TO YOU BY OUR SPONSOR:Our lesson plans are available at no cost to educators, thanks to the generosity of our education sponsor. Please visit the Bradenton Gulf Islands on Florida’s Gulf Coast". ____________________________________________________________________________This lesson is to foster an understanding of how screenplay ideas are written, developed and supported with events, characters, dialogue, and other elements.Note: Original .01 Ideas Lesson Plan created by Albion Movie, Inc.; this version modified for Adult Learners with their permission.  Learner Audience / Primary UsersAdult, 9th-12th grade reading level , non-traditional student working towards achieving a high school diploma Addresses: College & Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) AlignmentLevel: Adult EducationGrade Level: CCRS Grade Level E (9-12 grade reading level)Subject: CCRS English Language Arts Strand: CCRS Writing StrandSub-strand: Writing of Literature, History/Social Studies, or Technical subjectsStandard Description: CCRS description(s) for the specific standard(s) and supporting standard(s) that align with your lesson:CCR Anchor 3: Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details and well-structured event sequences.Prior Knowledge Students must read and write at the 9th grade level; have the ability to navigate the Internet, and type into a Word processor.Lesson Author & License Lesson Author: Suzanne Ensmann (Modified for Adult Ed students; original .01 Ideas Lesson Plan created by  Albion Movie, Inc.: "BROUGHT TO YOU BY OUR SPONSOROur lesson plans are available at no cost to educators, thanks to the generosity of our education sponsor. Please visit the Bradenton Gulf Islands on Florida’s Gulf Coast"). License for .01 Ideas Lesson Plan: Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 license 

Subject:
Languages
Material Type:
Module
Author:
Suzanne Ensmann
Date Added:
05/13/2016
Integers Lesson 1.4:   Adding same signed numbers using number line
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For many adult students, positive and negative integers are an example of when math “keeps changing the rules.” This is the fourth of six lessons guiding students in constructing the abstract concepts necessary to understand adding positive and negative integers.
This lesson will review previous knowledge about negative numbers and teach adding integers with the same sign. The previous lesson focused on “real life situations” and this will teach expressing those real life situations on a number line. The actual problems will still be adding integers of the same sign because of the prevalence of confusion with adding two negative numbers.

Subject:
Mathematics
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Author:
Susan Jones
Date Added:
09/13/2017
Integers lesson 1.2
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This second lesson in negative integers carries the "real life" concept (temperature and debt) to the number line. Students will work with number lines with positive and negative numbers.

Subject:
Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
Homework/Assignment
Author:
Susan Jones
Date Added:
03/10/2018
Main Idea-Details-Sugar glider
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This lesson is aimed at finding the main idea and details in an informational text. The text is at grade C reading level. The learner should be able to identify, sort, state and write the central idea and it’s supporting details in a given text. The terms central idea, theme, thesis, mainly about, will be used as synonymous with the main idea of a text. The students will create a brochure/flyer, conduct research and build fluency during the course of this lesson.

Subject:
Career and Technical Education
Education
English Language Arts
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Assessment
Diagram/Illustration
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
Sandhya Lakhanpal
Date Added:
01/20/2018
The Present Perfect to Discuss Work History
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This lesson is designed to benefit adult learners who are studying at a 6th to 8th grade level. The lesson would be most useful for English Language Learners but could also be useful to native English speakers who are finishing up their formal education. The lesson reviews how to use affirmative and negative present perfect, such as “I have (not) done”. It is assumed that learners have already studied and can recognize the formation of the present perfect, but the grammar will be reviewed briefly. Learners will practice forming the present perfect with vocabulary in the context of work and finding work. They will work in pairs, reading excerpts from job ads and writing present perfect sentences that indicate that they have done that job/task. Finally, learners will practice creating present perfect sentences with relation to their own work experience. This lesson is designed to take 30 minutes.

Subject:
Career and Technical Education
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Homework/Assignment
Author:
Lauren Sullivan
Date Added:
06/01/2016
Use vocabulary and role playing to help Learners in Adult Basic Education have better chances of positive interactions with Law Enforcement (police, cops, security, etc)
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Interacting with law enforcement can be a very negative experience. This lesson provides vocabulary and body language exercises that may help students have more positive interactions with police. The ‘ponder’ activities are designed to give students tools to change how they are perceived.

Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Simulation
Author:
Edward Wilson
Date Added:
04/26/2016
Writing in the Googleverse
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Overview:  In this lessopn students will use Google Docs, Search and Drive to research, organize, write, and defend a point of view essay. Content/Context: The content area for this is writing for History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects. In addition several key digital literacy skills will be put into practice. Length of lesson:  Multiple lesson sessions up to a couple of weeksNorthstar Digital Literacy Standards: Locate potentially relevant information in media found online, including text, video, images, etc. Locate the source of the information.File/store information in a format that facilitates ease of access for future use (e.g., file naming, folder organization, bookmarking, etc.)Synthesize relevant information from one or more sources.Integrate new information into current knowledge and use it to support understanding, views, perspectives, or opinions.CCRS Standards addressed:W.9-10.1WHST. 9-10.1Lesson Objective(s): At the end of this lesson, students will be able to:Search For and bookmark relevant and reliable sources for a persuasive essay.Be able to navigate in Google Search and save links and information to a Google DocFormat and write an essay in Google DocSave to a Google Drive folderAssessing Mastery of the Objective(s):  By the end of this lesson, students will be able to access information, format and write an essay, with sources cited and make the essay available in a shared Google Drive folder  Materials/links:computersPen and PaperOutline:Introduction:Explain that students will be writing a persuasive essay of their choice of topic using sources cite from the internet..  Explanation/Modeling:Demonstrate on a computer (projected if needed) the workflowIdentify topicSearch for sources; assess reliability and relevanceSave citations and relevant quotes or notes in a Google DocFormat and write essay in Google DocSave essay to a Google folderGuided Practice:Start by asking for topic ideas. Have students pair up, with each taking an opposing view point. When students have a topic, have them each list 4 or 5 points in support of their idea and organize them in a logical order. Discuss how to identify and assess the reliability and relevance of information found on the WebAllow time for searching sources, aiding the students in refining their search terms to find information supporting their claim and refuting it. Use pen and paper to take notes and refine essay plan.Have students open their Google Doc and begin formatting and writing a 5 paragraph essay in support of their idea. Make sure they use the points against to acknowledge some potential weaknesses in their argument.Walk students through the process of creating and sharing a Folder with their partner and the teacher. Partners are then encouraged to read and comment on their opponents essay. Students should continue to refine their essay in response to comments.At end of lesson, have students share folders with all students and vote on which ones are most persuasive.

Subject:
Composition and Rhetoric
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Douglas Lowthian
Date Added:
05/30/2018