Students support their opinions about whether Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk is a hero and write a persuasive essay.
Students read and discuss Jack and the Beanstalk and then decide whether Jack should be deemed a hero. Using the Showing Evidence Tool to structure their support, students write a persuasive essay to answer the question of Jack’s heroism.
Chemistry students investigate the source of a potential toxin and use the tool to draw conclusions for a mock trial.
Chemistry students analyze evidence and apply gas laws to determine the most likely source of a potential toxin. They use the Showing Evidence Tool to organize clues and draw a conclusion, then argue their case in a mock court of law.
Students engage in 21st century learning in elementary math as they explore fractions using ArtRage* to draw with different brushes and colors.
Students engage in 21st century learning in high school science as they investigate temperature at different locations using My Note* and SPARKvue*.
Students engage in 21st century learning in middle school science using a lab camera for real-time data and ArtRage* to explore abstract concepts.