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Handout#10: Glucose Regulation Graph #1
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Handout#10: Glucose Regulation Graph #1

 

Handout#11: Glucose Regulation Graph #2
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Handout#11: Glucose Regulation Graph #2

 

Handout#16: Thermoregulation Data Analysis
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Handout#16: Thermoregulation Data Analysis

 

Handout#19: How water moves in onion cells investigation
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Handout#19: How water moves in onion cells investigation

 

Handout#4: Gas Exchange Data
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Handout#4: Gas Exchange Data

 

Handout#5: See-Think-Wonder Organizer
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Handout#5: See-Think-Wonder Organizer

 

Intro to the Performance Task & Wegener's Theory of Continental Drift Activity (online puzzle)

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Intro to the Performance Task & Wegener's Theory of Continental Drift Activity (online puzzle)

The activities challenge students to identify and explain the evidence for Alfred Wegener's theory of continental drift.

Intro to the Performance Task & Wegener's Theory of Continental Drift Activity (paper puzzle)

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Intro to the Performance Task & Wegener's Theory of Continental Drift Activity (paper puzzle)

The activities challenge students to identify and explain the evidence for Alfred Wegener's theory of continental drift.

Locating the Epicenter of an Earthquake

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Locating the Epicenter of an Earthquake

Students apply what they have learned about earthquake waves properties and seismograms by carrying out a Mystery Epicenter investigation.

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Planet Data Cards

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Planet Data Cards

Students sequence planet data cards according to their distance from the Sun in order to surface patterns of mass, volume, density, and composition in the structure of the solar system.

What Types of Stars are in Our Universe?

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What Types of Stars are in Our Universe?

Students explore the relationships between color, luminosity and temperature of a star by creating and analyzing their own HR diagram.