Lesson of the Week Recap

September 28, 2018 in Higher Education, K12

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Anna Grau
DePaul University
The objectives of this lesson are to be able to distinguish between the various citation styles, format Chicago-style bibliography citations and to format Chicago-style footnotes.

2018-09-28_7-41-53 Doug Mossengren
Van Buren High School
In this lesson, students learn about different species concepts including ecological, evolutionary and phylogenetic. They also learn about the issues with the various concepts and why we don't know the exact number of species.
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Wendy Arch
Indianola High School
This lesson discusses how authors use figurative language to reveal the hidden meanings embedded in the words and phrases used to write their stories. Students learn to define and identify examples of similes, metaphors, personification, imagery, and symbolism.

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Rachel Dorn
Yakima Valley College
This lesson serves as an overview of the organization for an ART 150 class, including individual and planning assignments, project requirements and due dates, creative problems, and project ideas.

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