Ohio Resource Center

# COR Lessons

 Discipline Grade Band -- All Disciplines -- Mathematics Science English Language Arts -- All Grades -- Grades K - 4 Grades 5 - 8 Grade 9 - 12

 Results 131 - 140 of 142: Projects(s): Technology Integration
View Results: 1-10 | 11-20 | 21-30 | 31-40 | 41-50 | 51-60 | 61-70 | 71-80 | 81-90 | 91-100 | 101-110 | 111-120 | 121-130 | 131-140 | 141-142
131
Stomach Turner Roller Coaster
ORC# 8982
Resource Information
Resource Type: Instructional Resource -- Promising Practice
Discipline: Mathematics
Professional Commentary: This unit teaches students to recognize, graph, and write equations for sinusoidal curves with and without the use of technology. Students analyze the amplitude, period, horizontal shift, and vertical shift of sinusoidal curves and recognize the connection between the graphical and algebraic representations of a function....
Projects: COR
132
Computer-Assisted Instruction and Science
ORC# 12175
Resource Information
Resource Type: Professional Resource
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: This professional resource discusses how computer-assisted instruction improves instruction for students with disabilities because students receive immediate feedback and do not continue to practice the wrong skills. Many online activities allow students to move through instruction at the student’s pace and keep track of the student’s errors and progress....
Projects: COR
133
Using Current Data for Graphing Skills
ORC# 12211
Resource Information
Resource Type: Instructional Resource -- Promising Practice
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: This promising practice resource focuses on graphing and is designed to help students identify the difference between an effective and ineffective graph, draw their own graphs, and interpret and relay information in a graph into another form of communication. This lesson requires the use of computers and the Internet and will be most effective if real-time scientific data is used, as is found in the following ORC resources:  USGS Real-time Water Data for the Nation, U.S....
Projects: COR
134
How Are Polymers Utilized in Everyday Life?
ORC# 12234
Resource Information
Resource Type: Instructional Resource -- Promising Practice
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: This is a promising practice resource designed around the topic of polymer science.  Students use the Macrogalleria website to gather polymer information, put it into a graphic organizer and then present their polymer information to the class.  By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify chemical and physical properties of the polymer, explain how it's used in everyday life, describe the pros and cons of using this polymer, and identify how the polymer has improved over time.  (author/cb)
Projects: COR
135
Bottled Up
ORC# 12823
Resource Information
Resource Type: Instructional Resource -- Promising Practice
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: This promising practice resource contains video segments for students on the kinetic theory of motion and contains a separate video for teachers that reinforces this topic.  Student video segments are interactive and require students to watch the video, record their observations, make predictions and draw diagrams to demonstrate their understanding of the topic.  After watching the video segments, students are asked to perform a lab to support or refute their predictions. (cb)
Projects: COR
136
Fill ‘er Up
ORC# 12834
Resource Information
Resource Type: Content Resource
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: This content resource focuses on the conservation of mass and points out that volume may not necessarily be conserved when combining two or more elements or compounds as part of a chemical change.  For this resource, you will find a video viewing guide, and two types of video for professional development and student viewing.  (author/cb)
Projects: COR
137
The Heat Is On
ORC# 12846
Resource Information
Resource Type: Instructional Resource -- Promising Practice
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: In this promising practice resource students discover how heat is transferred by conduction through matter by watching interactive video segments.  This is an excellent resource, but it is important to note that convection and radiation are not covered and should be addressed prior to showing these video segments.  Along with the student video segments, a teacher video is also included to provide additional reinforcement around the topic of conduction.  (cb)
Projects: COR
138
The Secret Life of Scientists
ORC# 13292
Resource Information
Resource Type: Content Resource
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: This content resource is a web-based series that shows what happens when the lab coats come off. Every two weeks, a new video is released and a new scientist introduced....
Projects: COR
139
Assessment Professional Development Guide
ORC# 2554
Resource Information
Resource Type: General Education Resource
Discipline: Mathematics, Science, English Language Arts, Social Studies