How Much Sugar is in Bubble Gum?
Most of the flavoring in gum is due to the sugar or other sweetener it contains. As gum is chewed, the sugar dissolves and is swallowed. After a piece of gum loses its flavor, it can be left to dry at room temperature and then the difference between its initial (unchewed) mass and its chewed mass can be used to calculate the percentage of sugar in the gum. This demonstration experiment is used to generate new questions about gums and their ingredients, and students can then design and execute ne
Learn Hindi Daily Show – I live in India, aa, clean, present continuous tense
Where do you live? Today you will learn to answer this question in Hindi. How are you doing on learning your letters? Learn आ (ā) in both its independent...
Professional Learning Communities: Concepts in Action in a Principal Preparation Program, an Element
The Professional Learning Community model has moved to the forefront in the field of education as one of the most effective frameworks to improve student achievement and overall school success. “When a school or district functions as a professional learning community (PLC), educators within the organization embrace high levels of learning for all students as both the reason the organization exists and the fundamental responsibility of those who work within it” (Dufour, 2006, p. 3). The resea
This patient education program discusses glaucoma including the anatomy of the eye, types of glaucoma, symptoms and risks, diagnosis, treatment options, and surgery. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Google Sky in the Upper Elementary Classroom
Elementary School students are becoming more technologically savvy. Google Sky/Sky in Google Earth are two programs that can be used to teach elementary students. These programs can be used when discussing History, Math, and Science. This module will explore ways to do that in the upper elementary grades (grades 3-6).
An Arm and A Leg
Students will design and build a prototype of an artificial limb using a simple syringe system as an introduction to bioengineering. Students will determine which substance water (liquid) or air (gas) will make the appendage more efficient.
How much do you know about our trees? - Quiz
A general knowledge quiz about native Irish trees by Una Hurley
Blossom and Boo Stay Up Late Read-Aloud-Online Storybook-(Bedtime)
This read-aloud is Blossom and Boo Stay Up Late written by Dawn Apperly. It is a cute story about two animal friends who want to see what the forest is like at night. There is a play button to get story started and a pause button on each page. Each word is highlighted as the speaker reads. The speaker changes voices with each character. This is a wonderful resource for building a literacy rich environment in the classroom. It would be beneficial for struggling readers and/or special education st
Landforms by StudyJams
Landforms are natural landscapes, such as mountains, hills, valleys, plains, canyons, and deltas. Some landforms are caused by extreme events like earthquakes, while others are formed over many years by weathering and erosion. Learn more about the various landforms with this slide show from StudyJams. Vibrant images are set to music while information is written under each photo. A short, self-checking quiz and song are also included with this link.
21.05.2011 - Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Samstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. Einen Tag vor den Kommunalwahlen in Spanien haben Zehntausende Menschen trotz eines Verbots ihrem Unmut über Wirtschaftskrise und Sparkurs der Regierung auf der Straße Luft gemacht. Im Zentrum Madrids strömten wieder vor allem jugendliche Demonstranten auf den seit Anfang der Woche besetzten Platz der Puerta del
Developed for third and fourth grade. Students will be given the opportunity to use mathematics to make their own "outrageous ooze" through measuring cornstarch and water. They will use their senses to hypothesize what element "outrageous ooze" is (solid or liquid). Then, they will use scientific observations and methodology to complete a handout and have a "conclusion discussion" about what the ooze is and how it works. Biology In Elementary Schools is a Saint Michael's College student project
Molecular Genetic Analysis in Yeast
This resource is a detailed laboratory exercise demonstrating the basic techniques used in genetic transformation of yeast using plasmids.
Population Genetics and Evolution: A Simulation Exercise
A simulation laboratory exercise to demonstrate population genetics concepts.
Pungency Assessment in Onions
This resource is a detailed manual of protocols and instructional information for carrying out an undergraduate laboratory exercise in plant biology, horticulture, and plant physiology, including student outlines, instructors notes, and suggested questions for laboratory reports.
Using Crustaceans to Illustrate the Principles of Osmoregulation, Acid/Base Balance, and Respiratory
Although intended for third or fourth year students in physiology, the exercises are adaptable to first or second year zoology and biology courses. Blood and tissue samples are easy to obtain without sacrificing the animal and the placement of electrodes for chronic recording of gill bailer and heart beats is relatively easy.
The Use of Echosounding Equipment in Limnology and Ecology Classes
This exercise demonstrates the use of commercially available echo sounding equipment as a tool in ecological studies which are appropriate for class field projects.
Polluted Air = Polluted Lungs
To gain a better understanding of the roles and functions of components of the human respiratory system and our need for clean air, students construct model lungs that include a diaphragm and chest cavity. They see how air moving in and out of the lungs coincides with diaphragm movement. Then student teams design and build a prototype face mask pollution filter. They use their model lungs to evaluate their prototypes to design requirements.
How Clean is that Water?
This lesson plan helps students understand the factors that affect water quality and the conditions that allow for different animals and plants to survive. Students will look at the effects of water quality on various water-related activities and describe water as an environmental, economic and social resource. The students will also learn how engineers use water quality information to make decisions about stream modifications.
Hercules and the 12 Labors (3:55)
The tale of the mighty Hercules, son of Zeus, atoning for the murder of his family by undertaking 12 impossible tasks. These labors of Hercules should hold the attention of students. However, there is a great deal of death involved in the challenges. Many lessons are possible with this video from the importance of not giving up to the world's first super hero.
EE 120 - Lecture 16 - Signals and Systems
Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals - Spring 2007. This course is an introduction to mathematical modeling techniques used in the design of electronic systems. An important keyword here is "mathematical." Subjects we will cover include continous and discrete signals, with applications to audio, images, video, communications, and control; State-based models, beginning with automata and evolving to LTI systems; Frequency domain models for signals and frequency response for systems,