## Available Lessons

#### Animal Classification

##### Science

Students will learn to classify animals through research and reference presentations. Students will work in collaborative groups, present findings and self-correct.

#### Bench Press Math: Mean, Median and Mode

##### Mathematics, Physical Education

Using reps and max of weightlifting, students will create a frequency table and compute the mean, median and mode.

#### History Through Words: Frederick Douglass

##### Language Arts, Social Studies

Students will perform a picture analysis. Afterwards, a passage will be read from a narrative in Frederick Douglassâ€™ My Bondage and My Freedom and then complete the Pick-a-Pair worksheet.

#### Measure of pH using Vernier Probes

##### Science

Students will work in groups of two to measure pH of freshwater system when crayfish are present in water sample. A control will be set-up and the biology of the crayfish will studied. The pH should increase as the crayfish releases ammonia as a waste product. (Ammonia is a base)

##### Mathematics, Social Studies

In this lesson, the student will learn to compare and contrast between different coins. Using hands-on examples, a document camera to review as a class and presentation software (PowerPoint or Keynote) or video editing software (iMovie or Movie Maker).

#### People of the Holocaust

##### Social Studies

Students will work in heterogeneous groups of three or four to create a news presentation on an assigned group of people involved in the Holocaust. Groups will research information from a website to highlight important details to use in their presentation. Groups will use the information to create a news presentation. Each group will present their news clip to the class while the class takes noted on the details and important information regarding each topic.

#### Political Cartoon Analysis

##### Social Studies

Students will perform research for political cartoons and analyze their features and significance. Web browsing will be implemented as well as spiral-question analysis in order to complete the first segment of the activity. Further assessment includes a brief writing assignment.

#### Skittles Fractions

##### Mathematics

This is a review lesson after the students have already learned about representing fractions. The student will find the fraction of colors in a bite size bag of skittles. They will then predict and discover what color there is the most of in the whole class.

#### Timeline of the Holocaust

##### Social Studies

Students will work in mixed-ability groups of three or four to create a documentary on an assigned period of time during the Holocaust. Groups will research information from a provided website to highlight important details to use in their presentation. Groups will use the information to create a documentary. Each group will present their documentary (in video or live form) to the class while the class takes notes on the details and important information regarding each time period.

#### Tulsa Riots of 1921: History Uncovered

##### Social Studies

Students will perform a webquest on the Tulsa Riots of 1921 and other historic tragedies as well as perform comparisons. Critical thinking will allow students to develop a deeper understanding of tragedies and consider approaches to societal problems through discussion and presentation.