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ES9.1 Idea Carousel for Collaborative Regents Problem Solving - Convection Diagrams & Questions
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ES9.1 Idea Carousel for Collaborative Regents Problem Solving - Convection Diagrams & Questions

Students collaboratively analyze important Regents item diagrams, then use understandings they have surfaced to respond to the corresponding Regents questions.

Hudson River Ecology Graphing Tool

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Hudson River Ecology Graphing Tool

Students use an online graphing tool to explore the ecological impacts of the introduction of the zebra mussel in the Hudson River.

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Idea Carousel for Collaborative Regents Problem Solving - Stratigraphy Diagrams & Questions
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Idea Carousel for Collaborative Regents Problem Solving - Stratigraphy Diagrams & Questions

LE8.8 Species Survival Plan Performance Task

Mystery Illness Task

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Mystery Illness Task

In this task, students use evidence to identify a patient's mystery illness.

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Mystery Organism Task

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Mystery Organism Task

Students complete a decision-making chart in order to generate a claim about a mystery organism. Students then use evidence from the unit to construct a scientific explanation.

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Unit 3 Factors of Sediment Erosion and Deposition

Earth Science
Unit 3: Landscapes and Surface Processes
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Unit 3 Factors of Sediment Erosion and Deposition

Students collaborate in groups of 2-3 to review factors that affect deposition of particles.

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Unit 3 Heart Surgery Body Temperature Task

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Unit 3 Heart Surgery Body Temperature Task

This task pushes students to apply content from Unit 2 to the issue of thermoregulation. Students may not understand that the whole purpose of thermoregulation is to keep the body in a range that is optimal for different biochemical reactions. During surgery, the opposite is true! The biochemical reactions need to slow down so that the person doesn't bleed to death.

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Unit 5 Atmospheric Moisture Questions

Earth Science
Unit 6: Weather
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Unit 5 Atmospheric Moisture Questions

Students test out their ideas and misconceptions about moisture in the atmosphere by solving Regents-like dewpoint/relative humidity problems using the ESRT.

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Unit 5 How do winter storms form?

Earth Science
Unit 6: Weather
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Unit 5 How do winter storms form?

Students test out their ideas and misconceptions about front interactions by applying their thinking to new problem about winter storms. Students use what they have learned about air masses and fronts to show these components of a winter storm on a weather map.

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Unit 5 Which station model best represents the weather?

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Unit 5 Which station model best represents the weather?

Students test out their ideas and misconceptions about station models by applying their thinking to new station models reflecting a range of atmospheric conditions. This task connects to prior learning and extends students' thinking.

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Unit 5 Why is there snow at high altitudes?

Earth Science
Unit 6: Weather
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Unit 5 Why is there snow at high altitudes?

Students test out their ideas and misconceptions about temperature in the atmosphere by applying their thinking to a new task that asks them to consider the relationship between temperature and air moisture in the atmosphere.

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