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Eighth grade

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The Eighth Grade Science Teacher: Week 6, Day 1: Equation triangle-Speed

We are in the speed unit. I give my students the Speed Equation Triangle. This is so cool, especially for those kids not comfortable with algebraically rearranging equations. I got this from my Friend Mr. Lake at Buchanan High School. Mr. Lake tells me he got it in high school from our chemistry teacher Mr. Wentworth. Thank both of you. I hope this helps, Love to Teach and Teach with Passion Remember...It's not Magic, It's Science http://qp.clovisusd.k12.ca.us/rey_kinney…

I always start off my eighth grade classes with a review of integers. My favorite way to open up our integer review involves a document camera, projector, and some basic round manipulatives with a different color on each side.  My set is represented with yellow for positive and red for negative.  I write out a few basic problems that can be easily modeled using the chips then call on students to help with the modeling.  Post by Free to Discover.

I always start off my eighth grade classes with a review of integers. My favorite way to open up our integer review involves a document camera, projector, and some basic round manipulatives with a different color on each side. My set is represented with yellow for positive and red for negative. I write out a few basic problems that can be easily modeled using the chips then call on students to help with the modeling. Post by Free to Discover.

Helen Keller was an extraordinary person who overcame great hardship to become an author, lecturer and activist. In this worksheet, your student will evaluate a premise that Keller makes in her autobiography. Designed for 8th grade Reading Standards for Informational Text in Common Core Standards, other students may also use it as needed.

Helen Keller was an extraordinary person who overcame great hardship to become an author, lecturer and activist. In this worksheet, your student will evaluate a premise that Keller makes in her autobiography. Designed for 8th grade Reading Standards for Informational Text in Common Core Standards, other students may also use it as needed.