# AEA Template for Building Lessons

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Add the General description for teachers to see.  And resource added in the "Add Resource" will be for the teacher only.

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Author: Denise Krefting

# Overview of Google Drive & Docs

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This lesson was created to use for staff professional development related to Google Drive & Docs.

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# Google Classroom Student Challenge Hyperdoc

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This hyperdoc lesson will allow your students to work together to building a classroom community specifically in Google Classroom.  Enjoy!

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Author: Jen Van Fleet

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ISTE Standards for Educators - Standard 6: Facilitator     b. Manage the use of technology and student learning straategies in digital platforms, virtual environments, hands on makerspaces or in the field.This lesson is an introduction to Google Classroom for teachers.  The Google Classroom app is a digital tool that allows teachers and students to learn and create in a paperless environment.

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Author: Joan Walton

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# Understanding Slope Intercept Form

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OLO: Students will be able to explain how changing the y-intercept and slope  will change the appearance of the line.This lesson is to help students develop the relationship between slope(m) and y-intercept(b) by using an interactive coordinate plane to explore. This is a 2 part lesson with some teacher clarification in between the 2 parts. The teacher component in between the 2 parts is to make sure the students fully understand the relationships developed in part 1 before applying it to part 2.If you have a Face to Face class and just want a print out/editable version for Google Classroom Click Here

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Author: Marguerite Dasso

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# Understanding hacking/trolling and providing posts & comments

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Author: Heather Whitman

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# Factoring Expressions by finding the Greatest Common Factor

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Students will be finding the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of polynomial expressions and factoring Difference of Squares.

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Author: Bryan Braack

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# Solving Equations

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This activity allows students to practice solving one and two step equations by using an interactive tool teaching zero pairs to eliminate constant values and division and mulitplication properties to eliminate coefficient values.

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Author: Shawn Dykstra

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# Linear Functions

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This activity is a culmnating assessment of students' abilities to describe a linear function in words, in an equation, in a table, in a graph, identify a solution, and explain the solution.

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Author: Shawn Dykstra

# Intro to Systems of Linear Equations

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In this activity, students write and solve a system of two linear equations to explore the numerical and graphical meaning of "solution." The activity closes by asking students to apply what they've learned to similar situations.

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Author: Shawn Dykstra

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# Introduction to Great Expectations

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Students will learn about Charles Dickens through a biography video, and they will use the video to help them to make predictions about what the novel Great Expectations is about.

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Author: Lori Blocker

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# Headings Lesson: Auggie and Me

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Objective: I can identify and explain the theme of a story.After reading the book Auggie and Me: A Julian Chapter as a class (or having students read it), students are going to work in a group to create a headline for the book that captures the core idea or theme that we want to remember. Then, once they have their headline, on their own, they will take their headline and create an article that explains or supports the headline. Finally, they will work through the writing process to publish their article. *This activity should take 2-3 hours to complete.

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Author: Emily Meyer

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# I Wonder Why...?

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21.6–8.TL.4.1 Identify real-world issues and analyze technological resources for developing and refining questions for investigation.This activity challenges students to sharpen their observation skills and ability to wonder.  Know that virtually any source material/topic could be used.  This activity uses the topic hunger as an example.

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# Google Level 1 Certification: Unit 7, Lesson 1: Get Your Class Organized

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Author: Jen Van Fleet

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# Google Level 1 Certification: Unit 7, Lesson 2: Assign Work More Easily

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Author: Jen Van Fleet

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# Google Level 1 Certification: Unit 7, Lesson 3: Collect Assignments Effortlessly

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Adapted from the Google for Edu Training Center Materials:When students turn in worksheets and other physical work, we try to organize it neatly in folders or drawers. We use different colors, labels, stickers, and more to easily find student work later on. Today, we can use a variety of tools to collect and organize students’ digital work too.Simplify the process of exchanging work between educators and learners by using Google Classroom and Drive. These tools can help teachers stay organized.Students can save time and energy turning in assignments in the digital classroom as well.Using Google Classroom, they can submit assignments with the click of a button.Using Drive, they can easily move documents to a folder shared with their teacher, or create a document in that folder to begin with. In this lesson, we’ll hear from a few teachers who are using Google tools to collect assignments in their classrooms.

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Author: Jen Van Fleet

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# What Makes a Video Persuasive?

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Objective: Students will be able to evaluate what characteristics make a video persuasive.This would be an introduce a project where students would create thier own persuasive video using Adobe Spark Video.  Students first watch some example persuasive videos in Adobe Spark and rate them on wether they feel the videos are persuasive. Then students brainstorm a list of characteristics that make a video persuasive. The students would then generate a class list of what charteristics make a video persuasive.

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Author: Noel Hansen