Lesson 31  it's a small world
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Web Tool To Explore: Global Collaborations – ePals- Friendship Through Education 


Background information: Global Learning: Connecting the World
Creating Meaningful Global Connections | Edutopia
Resource Link
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Global Learning: Connecting the World with ePals
Magical Lesson Plan-Activities and Suggestions:

 Activity 1  ePALS SchoolMail
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ePALS SchoolMail is a suite of safe and secure online communication tools, designed for easy integration into education environments. ePALS SchoolMail safely introduces email accounts to schools and districts, supplementing email with a comprehensive collection of learning and communication features. 
Web site: www.epals.com

Activity 2
The Way We Are
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Produced in conjunction with teachers from different nations, this project aims to break down commonly held stereotypes about people in other regions of the world. Students exchange information and become personally familiar with an individual, a culture, and a community. This project also leads into discussions about International Development issues and is a simple email project promoting tolerance and respect.

Lesson 32    The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

 Video/YouTube Link: Ride Attraction
The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh Complete Experience HD Magic Kingdom Walt Disney World
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 Web Tool To Explore: ELA  - Winnie-the-Pooh MadLib  http://bit.ly/MyMadLib

Alternative Project Ideas: 
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Who doesn’t love Pooh?  If you are looking to keep little hands busy, you might enjoy one or more of these free Winnie-the-Pooh Printables.

Link to Printable Here:  https://homehearts.com/2014/07/24/6-winnie-the-pooh-printables-free/

All handouts and printibales for projects here:
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Web Sites To Explore Winnie The pooh   

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Just Pooh: With this website, teachers can access a biography of A.A. Milne as well as background information on all of the characters. The site also offers quizzes, games, video clips, recipes, and more. Teachers can also access short stories they can read with the class. 
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 "The Case of the Missing Tail": In this activity provided by Topher's Castle, students will be able to participate in an interactive story where they help Winnie-the-Pooh find Eeyore's tail. If the students successfully find Eeyore's tail, they will be given an award. 
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Winnie-the-Pooh: Everyday Edit: With this everyday edit provided by Education World, students can read about the significance of January 18 and then use their grammatical skills to find ten errors in capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. 
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Winnie-the-Pooh Character 'Poohsonality' Test: Students can take a "Poohsonality" test and see which Winnie the Pooh character they are most like. 
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 75 Years of Winnie-the-Pooh: With this lesson unit provided by Penguin, teachers can read Winnie-the-Pooh by A.A. Milne and complete the activities provided for each chapter. Here are some examples of what teachers can do to kick off the unit:

Invite a principal, grandparent, superintendent, or a local celebrity to come in and read a Pooh story.

Create a growing list of favorite “Poohisms,” like “Isn’t it funny how a bear likes honey?” Post them around the room.
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Word Search Puzzle: Students can find 27 words related to Winnie-the-Pooh such as "A.A. Milne", "hunny", "silly old bear", "ttfn", and more. 
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Five Books to Celebrate Winnie-the-Pooh Day: This article provided by Education World offers a list of five original Winnie-the-Pooh chapter books by A.A. Milne. 
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Video Roundups: Winnie-the-Pooh Day: This video list provides teachers with Winnie-the-Pooh videos they can share with their students on Winnie-the-Pooh day. 
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Lesson 33    Mad Tea Party 

 Video/YouTube Link: Ride Attraction
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Web Tool To Explore: Search/Research - Where Is Wonderland?

 Alternate Lesson Plan
A Trip to Wonderland: The Nursery 'Alice'

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Lesson Activities

Activity 1. Entering Wonderland
Activity 2. Down the Rabbit-hole
Activity 3. Aiding Alice
Activity 4. "Wonder"-ful Creatures

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Alternate Lesson Plan
Students will understand the fundamentals of gears and drive systems of physics

Design Thinking Project
What do gears do... and how do they do it?

Virtual Gear Simulation
Software simulates mechanical systems with chains, gears, and belts
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 Lesson  34     Seven Dwarfs Mine Train 
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Ride only:
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Web Tool To Explore: Research – WolframAlpha – Physics of Roller Coasters

 Activity 2
Learn about the different types of roller coasters and different materials used to build them.  Learn the basic laws of physics that affect roller coaster success.

Select one of the following Internet Web resources to explore:
Types of Roller Coasters - Roller Coaster Know How!
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Types of Roller Coasters - How Roller Coasters Work | HowStuffWorks
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Amusement Park Physics -- Roller Coaster - Annenberg Learner
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 The Best Materials to Build a Roller Coaster for a Science Project ...
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The Business of Building Roller Coasters - Priceonomics
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Perhaps no other creation in history has navigated the divide ... making people poop their pants as possible, then have them step off ... This technology would be developed into an anti-rollback device used in roller coasters.
Activity 3
Conduct simple experiments to help in designing a safe but exciting roller coaster.
Simulators and Ride Design Tools -Search for the following or go to
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 Disney Imagineering (Build a Coaster)
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Funderstanding (Design a coaster)
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 Amusment Park Physics (KE, PE, & Friction)
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Energy Skate Park (PE vs. KE)
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 PBS Kids
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 Discovery Channel (Build a roller coaster)
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Phineas and Ferb's Coolest Coaster Designer Ever
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 Roller Coaster Creator (roller coaster game)
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Jason Coaster Simulator (Build and Ride)
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Activity 4 
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The Physics Of Roller Coasters
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Energy Transformation on a Roller Coaster - The Physics Classroom
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Multimedia Studios › Work and Energy
A roller coaster ride is a thrilling experience which involves a wealth of physics. Part of the physics of a roller coaster is the physics of work and energy. The ride often begins as a chain and motor (or other mechanical device) exerts a force on the train of cars to lift the train to the top of a tall hill.
Roller Coaster Physics - How Roller Coasters Work | HowStuffWorks
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The purpose of the coaster's initial ascent is to build up a sort of reservoir of potential energy. The concept of potential energy, often referred to as energy of ...
Physics of Roller Coasters - Lesson - www.teachengineering.org
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 Gravitational potential energy is greatest at the highest point of a roller coaster and least at the lowest point. Kinetic energy is energy an object has because of its motion and is equal to one-half multiplied by the mass of an object multiplied by its velocity squared (KE = 1/2 mv2).
Force & Motion Simulators (PHeT)
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Fear of Physics (Ride a loop demo)
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 Activity 5
Build a model of a Roller Coaster

Building Roller Coasters - Activity - www.teachengineering.org
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Students build their own small-scale model roller coasters using pipe ... Prior to conducting this activity, teach students the physics and engineering concepts ... real roller coasters to help them imagine the possibilities for their own coasters. ... to design a roller coaster that provides a thrilling experience that is safe for riders?
Rollercoaster Investigations This activity will allow students to explore ...
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Lesson 35    The Barnstormer

 Video/YouTube Link: Ride Attraction
Video: Goofy's Barnstormer Roller Coaster Backseat POV Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom
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Kdei remember Goofy's Barnstormer
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 Scared Granny riding Walt Disney World's Goofy's Barnstormer Rollercoaster, Funny Ending.
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 Goofy's Barnstormer queue and ride at Mickey's Toontown Fair, Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World
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Web Tool To Explore: Creativity/Make/Build - How to Make the Fastest Paper Airplane 


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Activity 1
Play Flight Simulator - FlyWings 2016, a free online game on ...
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  Kongregate free online game Flight Simulator - FlyWings 2016
What is it like to fly a plane?  Explore and discover the keyboard controls to power the engine, turn left and right and take off and land.  Can you figure out what keys on your keyboard make everything work?

Activity 2 
Up, Up, and Away!
Education World: Up, Up, and Away! Aviation Activities!
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 Forces of Flight Lesson Plan: CSI Flight Adventures
In this lesson plan which is adaptable for grades 3-12, students will use BrainPOP resources (including two online games) to explore the properties and physics of flight.
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 Wind and Wings
Students participate in simple hands-on activities that demonstrate Daniel Bernoulli's principle of air pressure and air flight. (Grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8)
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Aviation Firsts Scavenger Hunt
Students use online or library sources to complete a scavenger hunt about fascinating aviation firsts. (Grades3-5, 6-8, 9-12)
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 Those Magnificent Flying Machines: Past, Present and Future
Students create displays showing types of aircrafts that might include airplanes, helicopters, balloons, blimps, and rockets. (Grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12)
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 Aviation Pioneers Hall of Fame
Students write short biographies about pioneers in aviation.
(Grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12)
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Design a Paper Airplane
Students study examples of paper airplanes and then create their own paper airplane models. (Grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12)

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Activity 3
Fold N Fly

The first real airplane was designed, built and flown in 1903 by the Wright brothers. Today, over 100 years later, there’s still something enchanting about watching your own paper version sail through the air.
Most paper planes begin with the same series of folds, but there are some more unique designs to keep you, and the kids, on your toes.
 Fold N Fly   


A database of paper airplanes with easy to follow folding instructions. The Basic. Easy time aloft. Basic Dart. Easy distance. The Stable. Easy time aloft, acrobatic. The Buzz. Medium distance, time aloft. The Sprinter. Medium distance, acrobatic. The Sea Glider. Medium distance, time aloft. Hunting Flight. Heavy-Nosed ...

Activity 4
Designing Paper Airplanes
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Instructions link here: 


Activity 5
How to build the best paper airplane in the world
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Activity 6
FoilSim from NASA
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FoilSim - Student was developed at the NASA Glenn Research Center in an effort to foster hands-on, inquiry-based learning in science and math.
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Alternative Project Ideas or Question to ask: 
Aerodynamics refers to the movement of air around an object. Understanding the laws of aerodynamics was essential to people learning how to develop the first planes. The four aspects of how air moves around a solid object are lift, weight, thrust, and drag.

Learn more about Aerodynamics:

Challenge of Flight, PBS LearningMedia
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Aerodynamics: What Causes Lift?, PBS LearningMedia
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Background on Amelia Earhart | Aviator, Record-breaker, and Activist

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Activity 8
Introduce Amelia Earhart:
Video and Class Discussion
Play the 4 min Video: 
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Activity 9
Amelia Earhart's Famous Flights
Materials needed:
Free Amelia Earhart printables from Bright Ideas Press
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Amelia Earhart (Story Time with Mr. Beat)
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Give the students an atlas with blank maps
Look at each map and try to guess which city and country the dots represented. With each guess, offer a little hot or cold response. When they guessed the right answer, have the students copy it onto their maps.

Amelia Earhart (Story Time with Mr. Beat)
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What was Amelia Earhart Final Flight Route?

Find a map with all stops:  

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Internet Biography Sources:
Charles Augustus Lindbergh:  Biography.
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