Publication date: 2018-05-29 04:28
This lesson explores the practical, scientific, ethical, and environmental issues that emerge in building ‘smart buildings’ that rely on ‘the internet of things’.
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The lesson begins by asking how a Stone Age man managed to go home to his cave and tell his family he had caught 66 fish when he only has 65 fingers?
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Popcorn Pickles, Popcorn Stew
How does popcorn pop? Why does it make a noise when it pops? Share a popcorn treat with your students as you read about popcorn. Teach a cross-curricular theme by including popcorn experiments in the unit. Includes classroom resource picks.
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Be a Weather Reporter!
students love to become weather reporters with this "weather turtle." It is guaranteed to produce lots of language and to give students practice in following directions in English. Includes downloadable activities.
TPR is a Valuable Tool!
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