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    Learn what slope is in mathematics and how to calculate it on a graphand with the slope formula in this interactive tutorial.

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  • MacCoder’s Farm Part 1: Declare Variables

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  • Moving MADness

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  • Introduction to Polynomials, Part 2 - Adding and

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    Learn how to add and subtractpolynomials in this online tutorial. You will learn how to combine liketermsand then use the distributeproperty to

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  • The Notion of Motion, Part 3 - Average Velocity

    Describe the average velocity of a dune buggy using kinematics in this interactive tutorial. You'll calculate displacement and average velocity,

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  • Pizza Pi: Circumference

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  • The Notion of Motion, Part 2 - Position vs Time

    Continuean explorationof kinematics to describe linear motion by focusing on position-time measurements from the motion trial in part

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  • Alice in Mathematics-Land

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  • Untangling Food Webs

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  • Pizza Pi: Area

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  • Scatterplots Part 6: Using Linear Models

    Learn how to use the equation of a linear trend line to interpolate and extrapolate bivariate data plottedin a scatterplot. Youwill see the

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  • Scatterplots Part 5: Interpreting the Equation of

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    Explore how to interpret the slope and y-intercept of a linear trend line when bivariatedata is graphed on a scatterplotin this interactive

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  • Scatterplots Part 4: Equation of the Trend Line

    Learn how to write the equation of a linear trend line when fitted to bivariate data in a scatterplotin this online tutorial.

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  • Scatterplots Part 3: Trend Lines

    Explore informally fitting a trend line to data graphed in a scatter plot in this interactive online tutorial.

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    Grade Level(s): 8

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  • Scatterplots Part 2 Associations

    Explore the different types of associations that can exist between bivariate data in this interactive tutorial.

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    Grade Level(s): 8

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  • Long Division With Polynomials

    Use long division to rewrite a rational expression of the form a(x) divided by b(x) in the form q(x) plus the quantity r(x) divided by b(x), where

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  • Scatterplots Part 1: Graphing

    Learn how to graph bivariatedata in a scatterplot in this interactivetutorial.

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  • It's Raining....Cats and Dogs

    Learn how to make and interpret boxplots in this pet-themed, interactive tutorial.

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  • What's for Lunch?

    Learn how writers and speakers create arguments by stating a claim and backing it up with reasons and evidence. In this interactive tutorial, you'll

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  • Predicting Outcomes at the Carnival

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  • It Can Be a Zoo of Data!

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    Grade Level(s): 6

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  • Home Transformations

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    Grade Level(s): 8

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  • Data and Frequencies

    Define and recognize marginal frequencies, joint frequencies, and conditional frequencies in the context of the data. Interpret relative frequencies

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    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • Finding the Maximum or Minimum of a Quadratic

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    Quadratic functions can be used to model real-world phenomena. Using functions to model the relationship between quantitative variables can help us

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    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • The Radical Puzzle

    By the end of this tutorial, you should be able to rewrite products involving radicals and rational exponents using properties of exponents.

    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • Helping Chef Ratio

    Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text. You will be able to organize information in a table and write

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    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 6

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  • Changing the Driving Age?

    In this interactive tutorial, you'll learn how to evaluate the soundness of several speakers' arguments as they debate whether or not the driving

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    Grade Level(s): 8

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  • Where Have All the Scrub-Jays Gone?

    Investigate the limiting factors of a Florida ecosystem and describe how these limiting factors affect one native population-the Florida Scrub-Jay.

    Subject Area(s): Science, English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Comparing Mitosis and Meiosis

    In this tutorial you will compare and contrast mitosis and meiosis. You will also relate them to the processes of sexual and asexual reproduction

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    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • Amazing Adventures

    Learn how to explain the meaning of additiveinverse,identifythe additive inverse of a given rational number, and justify your answer on a number

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Hot on the Trail

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    Grade Level(s): 8

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  • Changing Rates

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    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • Justifiable Steps

    Learn how to explain the steps used to solve a simple equation and provide reasons to support those steps. Being able to explain and justify your

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    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • Yes or No to GMO?

    By the end of this tutorial you should know what genetic engineering is and be familiar with some of the applications of this technology. You will

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Swimming in Circles

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  • Finding Solutions on a Graph

    Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text. You should know how many possible solutions a linear equation can

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    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • Solving an Equation Using a Graph

    Explain why the x-coordinate of the point of intersection of two functions is the solution of the equation f(x) = g(x).

    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • Golf: Where Negative Numbers are a Positive Thing

    Learn how to 1) create and use number lines with positive and negative numbers, 2) use those number lines to graph positive and negative numbers, 3)

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    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 6

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  • Graphing Quadratic Functions

    The graph of a quadratic equation is called a parabola [puh-ra-bow-luh]. The key features we will focus on in this tutorial are the vertex (a

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    Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

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  • Constructing Functions from Tables

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    Grade Level(s): 8

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  • Scale Round Up

    Howdy yall! Im Deputy Design, a cowboy architect. I am going to use my architectural scale drawings for a new horse arena to teach you how to solve

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  • Cancer: Mutated Cells Gone Wild!

    By the end of this tutorial, you should be able to explain the relationship between mutations, the cell cycle, and uncontrolled cell growth which

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  • Arguing Mars

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  • Climbing Around the Hominin Family Tree

    Learn to identify basic trends in the evolutionary history of humans, including walking upright, brain size, jaw size, and tool use in "Climbing

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  • Avoiding Plagiarism and Citing Sources

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  • MacCoder’s Farm Part 2: Condition Statements

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    Subject Area(s): Science, Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 6, 7, 8

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • MacCoder’s Farm Part 1: Declare Variables

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    Subject Area(s): Science, Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 6, 7, 8

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  • Capitalization: A Crash Course

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  • Family Trees and Pedigrees

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  • Math Soup: Creating Equivalent Expressions by

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    Learn how to combine like terms to create equivalentexpressions in thisinteractive tutorial.

    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 7

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    Describe the average velocity of a dune buggy using kinematics in this interactive tutorial. You'll calculate displacement and average velocity,

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  • Pizza Pi: Circumference

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • The Notion of Motion, Part 2 - Position vs Time

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    Grade Level(s): 6, 7, 8

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  • Judicial Review: Brought to You by Marbury v.

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Vocabulary Mastery

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    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 7

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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    Subject Area(s): Science

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  • Addicted To Lotteries: An Analysis Of Text

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    Learn about text structures found in informational texts by reading an article about lotteries in this interactive tutorial.

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Exploring The First Amendment

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Vocabulary Power

    Learn 12 new academicvocabularytermsin thisinteractivetutorial! You'll practice the words' synonyms, antonyms, parts of speech, andcontext clues in

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Government: A "Systematic" Approach

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Solving the Puzzle: Where do Living Things come

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    Living things come from other living things. This is something you already knew, and probably thought was obvious. Who could possibly think anything

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Writing Style: Sharpen Your Skills

    Learn how to tailor your writing based on your task, purpose, and audience. In this interactive tutorial, you will review the differences between

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Spread Your Wings: Structure & Meaning in Poetry

    Explore the structure and meaning of poetry and learn how poems are organized to express and develop themes. Along the way, you will also learn some

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Game On: Finding the Central Idea

    Select a character and learn to identify and explain the central idea within a text. In this interactive tutorial, you'll analyze an article about

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Food For Thought: Analyzing Authors' Approaches

    Discover how different authors can approach the same topic in very different ways. You will learn how to analyze an author's approach based on the

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Sacagawea: Evidence of Fearlessness

    Learn to identify and understand the evidence presented within a text. Using the story of Sacagawea, you will learn to analyze information within a

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Federal Government: The Three Branches in Action

    Examine the powers and processes of the three branches of our federal government. In this interactive tutorial you'll learn what Congress, the

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Learning the Ropes: Applying Comma Rules

    Learn how to use commas to connect two sentences, how to use commas with coordinate adjectives, and how to use the Oxford comma. In this interactive

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • We Have 3 Governments?

    Review federalism - the division of power into federal and state governments - and learn about an entirely different level of government: local

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • International Conflicts: 1961 to Present

    Learn about 5 international conflicts involving the United States from 1961 to the present, including the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Iraq War. For

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Heredity

    Explore the inheritance of genetic information and its relationship to traits in offspring.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Predicting Outcomes at the Carnival

    Learn how to use probability to predict expected outcomes at the Carnival in this interactive tutorial.

    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Sunshine State Government

    In this tutorial, you'll explore the state government of Florida. You may be surprised to learn that Florida's government ismodeled after the

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    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Influencing Government

    Identify the impact of individuals, interest groups, and the media on monitoring and influencing the government of the United States in this

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Constitutional Amendments: The Expansion of

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    Learn about 6 crucialamendmentsto theU.S. Constitution. These amendments ended slavery, ensured equalrights forall citizens, and guaranteedvoting

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Understanding Rule of Law

    Learn about one of themost important principles in our American democracy: rule of law. You'll explore this important concept and learn about its

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Mastering Language: Beware of the Wordiness

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    Improve your writing by identifying language that is too wordy or repetitive. Learn how to replace wordy sentences with more clear, concise

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    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Election Time in Tutorial Town

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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  • Evaluate the Candidates: Who Will You Choose?

    Learn how to evaluate candidates running for political office. You'll play the role of a voter choosing between 2 candidates running for mayor of

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    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

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    Grade Level(s): 7

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    In this interactive tutorial, you'll simulate the experience of serving on a jury and deciding a case! Learn all about trial by jury and why it's

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Journey to the Center of the Earth

    Learn how to label each layer of the Earth and identify each layer's physical characteristics. That includes the layers of solid earth; the

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    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Weathering, Erosion, and the Rock Cycle

    Learn how to sequence surface events that lead to the formation of sedimentary rock.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • The Great Debate: Federalists vs.

    Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text In this interactive tutorial, you'll become familiar with the

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Get in the Game: Understanding Sentences and

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    In this basketball-themed interactive tutorial, you'll learn what separates clauses from sentences, and you'll learn about four different sentence

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Know Your Rights: Examining the Bill of Rights

    Analyze all 10 Amendments that make up the Bill of Rights in the US Constitution. In this interactive tutorial, you'll learn not only about

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Identification of Variables

    By the end of this tutorial you should be able to identify the independent variable and the dependent variable in an experiment.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Finding Civic Solutions

    In this interactive tutorial, you'll learn about responsible citizenship and how you might make positive changes in your own community. What can

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • What's Law Got to Do with It?

    Explore the sources and types of laws in the American legal system as you complete this interactive tutorial.

    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Where Have All the Scrub-Jays Gone?

    Investigate the limiting factors of a Florida ecosystem and describe how these limiting factors affect one native population-the Florida Scrub-Jay.

    Subject Area(s): Science, English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Mantle Convection and Earth's Features

    This tutorial covers movement of material within the Earth and the geologic processes and features associated with this movement.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Paul Revere's Ride - What Really Happened?

    In this interactive tutorial, you'll read the famous poem "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" and see how its author embellishes historical fact to

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Amazing Adventures

    Learn how to explain the meaning of additiveinverse,identifythe additive inverse of a given rational number, and justify your answer on a number

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    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Different Perspectives: Analyzing Points of View

    In this interactive tutorial, you'll read an original short story about a car crash to analyze the points of view of the different characters in the

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Frederick Douglass: The Art of Interaction

    In this interactive tutorial, you'll read an excerpt from the famous autobiography The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass and analyze the

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • The Story of Our Start

    In this tutorial you will compare and contrast asexual and sexual reproduction.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Analyzing Word Parts: Follow the Signs

    Find the meanings of unfamiliar words by analyzing their word parts, like roots and prefixes. In this interactive tutorial, you'll see how these

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Comparing Constitutions: Florida vs. the United

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    In this interactive tutorial, you'll explore the similarities and differences of the federal Constitution of the United States and the state

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • International Conflicts: 1914-1975

    Learnabout 4 internationalconflictsin whichthe United States was involved between 1914 and 1975: World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Finding Buried Treasure: Uncovering the Theme

    Learn how to read several short stories about pirates and treasure in order to learn how to summarize a story, identify its theme, and tell the

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Scientific Knowledge Changes

    By the end of this tutorial you should learn how scientific knowledge can change when new evidence is discovered or new ideas are developed. We will

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    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Yes or No to GMO?

    By the end of this tutorial you should know what genetic engineering is and be familiar with some of the applications of this technology. You will

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    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Swimming in Circles

    Learn to solve problems involving the circumference and area of a circle in this pool-themed, interactive tutorial.

    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Britain vs. America: What Led to the Declaration

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    Learn why Great Britain and her 13 American colonies experienced severe conflict during the years 1763 to 1776. By the end of this time span,

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Hey Rock, How Old Are You?

    Learn how to identify sedimentary rock from other types of rock formations and use the Law of Superposition to determine the relative age of rock

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    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Analyzing POEtry

    In this interactive tutorial, you'll learn how to identify sound devices such as repetition, alliteration, and assonance in the poems of Edgar Allan

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • "The Last Leaf" -- Making Inferences

    In this interactive tutorial, you'll read the short story "The Last Leaf" by O. Henry to learn how to make inferences based on explicit and implicit

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Antarctic Food Web Challenge

    Help Brian solve the mystery of the declining krill population by exploring energy transfer in his ecosystem.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Scale Round Up

    Howdy yall! Im Deputy Design, a cowboy architect. I am going to use my architectural scale drawings for a new horse arena to teach you how to solve

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    Subject Area(s): Mathematics

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Citizenship:It All Starts Here!

    Learn all about citizenship in the United States of America: What citizenship is; How the U.S. Constitution and laws define who is a citizen; How

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Fossils: Evidence of Evolution

    Learn how to recognize that fossil evidence is consistent with the scientific theory of evolution, that living things evolved from earlier species.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • "Do you Have an Eraser?" Amending the

    Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text. This interactive tutorialteaches you all about the process

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Foreign and Domestic Policy

    Learn about the United States' foreign and domestic policy. You'll also "take an international flight" to see how the U.S. conducts foreignpolicy

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Analyzing the Declaration of Independence

    Learn how to analyze the ideas, complaints, and language foundin the Declaration of Independence, one of the most importantdocuments in the

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Understanding the Preamble

    Analyze the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution - line by line, word by word. You'll be a Preamble expert by the end of this interactive tutorial!

    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • International Organizations

    Learn about the international organizations with which the United States government and its citizens are involved. You'll learn about

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Go Figure: Learning Figurative Language

    Learn how figures of speech like simile, metaphor, and personification are used in the speeches of famous individuals like John F. Kennedy, Barack

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Party On: Political Parties in America

    Learn all about political parties in the U.S., including what they are and how they function in our political system. You'll learn lots about the

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Conservation of Energy

    Learn about the Law of Conservation of Energy. This law states that energy can't be created or destroyed, instead it is transformed from one form to

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    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Journey Through Justice: Our Federal Courts

    Learn about the different levels of our federal judicial system, from federal district courtsall the way up to the one and only Supreme Court. Along

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Measuring Amounts of "Stuff": Exploring Density

    Learnto find the density (how many g/cm3) of three different objects, and explain what that number means.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 6, 7, 8

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Heat and States of Matter

    Learn how to demonstrate that adding heat to a system can result in a change in state in this interactive tutorial.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Arguing Mars

    Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text. In this tutorial, you will learn how to identify a speakers

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Jeans for Learning: Argumentative Writing

    Learn how to write a strong introduction for an argumentative essay as you complete this interactive tutorial. When you master argumentative

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    Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • The Supreme Court and Equal Rights: Two Famous

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    Learn how the decisions of the United States Supreme Court have affected the equal rights of Americans. In this interactive tutorial, you'll also

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • From Confederation to Constitution

    The Articles of Confederation was our nation's first written constitution. Learn how to identify its major weaknesses and their consequences, and

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • The Three Branches of Government

    Learn how to identify the three branches of the federal government as established by the Constitution of the United States. These are the

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Which Government Is Which?

    By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to compare and contrast different forms of government, including democracy, socialism, communism,

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Do or Die: Extinction in a Changing World

    Learn to explain that the environment on Earth is constantly changing, and that organisms must adapt to this change by evolving via natural

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    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Enlightenment Ideas and the Founding Fathers

    Learn how Enlightenment ideas like separation of powers, natural law, and the social contract influenced the Founding Fathers and their design of

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • The Main Event: Scientific Theories vs.

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    Learn to recognize and explain the difference between scientific theories and scientific laws in this interactive tutorial. You'll also explore

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    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • From Flowers To Freckles: Mendel's Mighty Model

    Learn how to explain how scientists use models to simplify and understand the world around us. You should also be able to explain the benefits and

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    Subject Area(s): Science, English Language Arts

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • We Have Two Governments?

    Understand how and why American citizens are governed by two governments which share power: the federal government of the United States and the

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Colonists: What Were They Thinking?

    Learn how documents like Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights, the Mayflower Compact, and Thomas Paine's Common Sense influenced the views of

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Your Ice Cream Is Moving

    Learnto sequence a series of diagrams to create a model of a substance transitioning from a solid state to a liquid state in this interactive

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    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 6, 7, 8

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • How Are Laws Made?

    Learnhow a bill, an idea for a law, becomes a law. You will see how bills are passed by Congress and signed into law by the President. And you will

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    Subject Area(s): Social Studies

    Grade Level(s): 7

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

  • Physical and Chemical Changes

    Learn to distinguish a physical change from a chemical change.

    Subject Area(s): Science

    Grade Level(s): 6, 7, 8

    Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial



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Use mathematical properties to explain why a negative factor times a negative factor equals a positive product… instead of just quoting a rule.


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