eMedia: Explore, Create, Collaborate

The group is a collaboration space for educators enrolled in the "eMedia: Explore, Create, Collaborate" professional learning course from the Utah Education Network. All educators interested in learning more about eMedia and OER are welcome to join.
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Winter Reading Log Bingo

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Use this reading log to make winter reading more fun! Your students can create a Bingo by reading different types of books on the Bingo board. This activity is perfect to increase student engagement in reading during some of the most challenging months of the school year.

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Halloween Long Division Backwards Bingo

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This is a fun long division bingo game that can be done independently, as homework, in math centers, and as a class! This game contains and three and four digit by one digit division but does not include remainders. It also includes three different sizes of printable graph paper to help students align their long division problems correctly.

Material Type: Game, Homework/Assignment

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Google Earth- Law of Cosines and Heron's Formula

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The purpose of this lesson is to show students how to break up land division and survey their own property.  Students will gain a knowledge of how surveyor's come about dictating property lines.  The lesson gives a greater understanding of Law of Cosines and Heron's Formula. Image Reference:Lars H. Rohwedder, Sarregouset - Own work from source files Image:OgaPeninsulaAkiJpLandsat.jpg (GFDL) and Image:Orthographic Projection Japan.jpg (GFDL and CC-By-SA).

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Sharon Pinkerton

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How to Choose a "I PICK" Book

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Guiding students to choose an appropriate library book. The “I PICK” book method.Allowing students to choose their own books in the school library setting is a very important library best practice.  The I PICK the right book method represents a list of steps the students can practice to learn and relearn this skill. This lesson can be used as a first of the year library lesson and retaught throughout the year as a reinforcement for this library skill.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Shawna

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How To See & Draw Basic Shapes Within Objects Lesson

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High School Level Drawing Lesson was developed with the purpose of helping students learn to see basic shapes inside complex forms so that they can create a more accurate drawing or final work of art.  This lesson is a HyperDoc lesson designed to allow students to work at different speeds and navigate learning in a way that works best for their learning. They will be expected to reflect on their learning and apply what they learned to by creating a final work of art using this specific drawing technique.It is a great way to include Technology into your classroom without all the hard work! 

Material Type: Assessment, Homework/Assignment, Lesson

Author: Angelica Barney

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Possessive Nouns

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This lesson introduces and practices both singular and plural possessive nouns.  Students are introduced to the skill through a YouTube video.  Students will then practice writing possessive nouns on whiteboards followed by a worksheet.  There is a Nearpod activity linked for extra practice.  To assess, students will write a paragraph using a minimum of seven possessives correctly, both singular and plural.  Having the students type the assessment paragraph in Google Classroom is very helpful. A rubic is also attached.  The Nearpod is not my own.  It is from the Nearpod team.  Thumbnail credit: Twitter @ApostropheESS.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: ILA

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Framing and & Leading Lines in Photography

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This lesson is created and intended for a Photography 1 classroom at the 10-12 grade level. This lesson teaches students about composition techniques to help improve their photographic compositions. Before teaching this lesson, you may want to review other easier composition techniques with your students (ie. Rule of Thirds, Angle of View, and Filling the Frame). This lesson is interactive, using Nearpod Presentations to teach the main concept. This lesson can be used in an entirely virtual classroom, or an in- person clasroom! It is flexible & fun for all types of learning! 

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Assessment, Homework/Assignment

Author: Robyn

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Opinion Writing: What Pet is Best?

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In this lesson students will practice skills necessary fto writing an opinion paragraph. Students willbrainstorm ideas with their peersuse sentence startersuse linking wordsevaluate their writing using a rubricAt the end of this lesson students will have a one paragraph opinion piece that aligns with the Utah  second grade opinion writing standard.

Material Type: Assessment

Author: Jenifer

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Features of Rational Functions

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This lesson includes a video lesson I did with my Secondary 3 Honors class that is a pre-lesson to graphing rational functions. In this video, we identify the horizontal and vertical asymptotes, holes, domain and range, and the x and y intercepts of rational functions.  There is guided notes, a homework assignment, and a bell quiz also attached.

Material Type: Lesson

Author: Tyrani Bevell

Rule of Thirds

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This lesson, activity, and provided template will guide students to interact with the Rule of Thirds in existing images and encourge them to consider this design concept when capturing images.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: Jeffrey

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Six Basic Nutrients

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Students will explore a Hyperdoc to understand the Six Basic Nutrients.  Each Nutrient has an article for students to explore, and an EdPuzzle.  Teachers need to be aware they will need to update the EdPuzzle links (these are currently shared links).  From their EdPuzzle account, teachers should get the assigned links to assign the EdPuzzles to their students, and update these in the hyperdoc.  

Material Type: Interactive, Lesson Plan

Author: Amy Lloyd

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Subject/object pronoun Nearpod

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This is a Nearpod I created with the use of Nearpods own 1 minute lessons.  It is interactive, with polls, fill in the blanks, quiz, and matching pairs.  There is also a collaborative board.  It can be utilized in either student paced or teacher paced scenarios.

Material Type: Nearpod

Author: Tanya

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Utah Settlement Patterns: Mormon Pioneer and Non-Mormon

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In this lesson, students will explore the differences between early Mormon Pioneer settlement and other Utah Settlement from non-Mormon Groups. The towns of Goshen and Eureka are used as case studies. Students will view maps and photos from these two geographically close locations to compare the spatial expression (layout), built environment (human-made), and place names of each location. Students will generalize these patterns to identify characteristics of Mormon Pioneer settlement and Mining settlements from around the same time. 

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Colby Hawkins

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Letter from Birmingham Annotation Lesson

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This lesson is intended to teach students digital annotation skills and reinforce their knowledge of rhetorical devices using Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham Jail. This resource can be modified to focus on annotating physical copies of a document and with other documents.Cover image: Photo by Mitchell Luo on Unsplash

Material Type: Assessment, Homework/Assignment, Lesson Plan, Primary Source, Reading

Author: Moira