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Holocaust Movies
MOVIE CLIPS. The movies on this site have been grouped into the following ... Twelve movie clips from archival sources including The Liberation of Auschwitz ...
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Teacher Resources
Component Point Modules for FCAT 5th Grade Math Staff Development Tool - These ... Daily Dilemmas - These weekly problem solving activities created by Lynn ...
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Gallery - Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum - Photos
A gallery of Holocaust photographs depicting the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.
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Teacher Resources
Articles; Bibliography; Component Point Modules; Daily Dilemmas; Notes; Lesson Plans; Math Tunes; Performance Tasks for Algebraic Thinking for K- 5 ...
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Exploring Florida Lafayette County Maps
Lafayette County Maps. Click on a thumbnail image to view a full size version of that map. Lafayette County is Florida's 33rd county, established on ...
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Florida Maps - Lafayette County
Historic maps of Lafayette County Florida. ... Map of Lafayette County, Florida showing river drainage, U.S. Army forts, roads, and railroads in 1859. ...
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Ponce de León : Florida's First Spanish Explorer
Juan Ponce de León was the first Spanish explorer to arrive in Florida. Early Spanish explorers were known as conquistadors (kahn-KEYS-ta-dawrz) or ...
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Classroom Assessment | Classroom Interactions
Classroom observation is another form of ongoing assessment. Most teachers can "read" their students; observing when they are bored, frustrated, excited, ...
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FCAT Reading Grade 4 Rubric Scoring
The extended response questions on the FCAT are scored 4, 3, 2, 1, or 0. A score of 4 indicates that the student has a thorough understanding of the reading ...
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Extended Response Samples
Wayward Bears - Extended Response Samples. How are the two bear sightings alike and different? Explain your answer with details and information from the ...
 
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