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The following is a SPANISH PowerPoint about Weathering and Erosion. The Preview is in PDF format but the actual file is in PowerPoint format. The concepts seen in the PowerPoint aligns with concepts in the 5th Grade Science Spanish STAAR. The Power point includes-40 slides -Defines key concepts seen on the 5th Grade Spanish STAAR-Explains the process of weathering-Explains the process of erosion-Explains the formations of land forms seen in 5th grade science STAAR (Deltas, Canyons, Sand…
Essentials of anatomy & physiology. Elaine Marieb's clear and friendly writing style emphasizes the relevance of anatomy and physiology to students' lives and careers. It clarifies concepts, defines key terms, and offers just the right balance of anatomy, physiology, and clinical coverage to make the content complete without being overwhelming. Available from Campbelltown campus library. #anatomy #physiology #humanbody
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Chapter-20: World War II 1939-1945 is one of 27 crossword puzzles that concentrate on the U.S. History STAAR Test. Chapters 20-23 are grouped together to cover World War II to The Sixties-Minority Movements & Counter Cultures. The crossword puzzles compliment the readers and are a good source to introduce and define key terms.
Super great quiz that has been a wonderful assessment tool after my fiction/non-fiction mini-unit (check it out on TpT!). This f/b assessment tests students ability to: - Define key terms of F & NF literature - Identify F & NF subcategories - Identify F & NF passages, composing short answer/constructive responses Quick to give, easily modified, and super results!
Illustrate the Water Cycle Student Book- This is an original, eight page cut and staple style book describing the steps of the water cycle at a second, third, or fourth grade level. Students will show their understanding by illustrating the steps described and defining key words of your choice in the glossary on the final page. $ #watercycle