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NJTV Learning Live is a class for sixth graders taught by NJ public school teachers.
Students will answer the questions: What is DNA? What does DNA look like? How is it made?
Students will learn about the "other" factors of the Civil War.
In this lesson, students will learn the benefits of acquiring a second language.
In this lesson, students will learn about the three branches of the American government.
Students will brainstorm, plan, and draft a story about surviving a historical event.
Students will learn how to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify with integers.
Students learn how to present in front of a group, whether in a classroom or remotely.
In this language lesson, students will learn all about the colorful world of French!
Students will learn about ecology and water conservation by exploring sewer overflow.
Students will plan their own narrative writing piece by creating a theme and a plot.
Students will explore and interpret distances in our solar system through two activities.
Students will experience the joy of creating, using materials and their own inspiration.
Students will explore the parts and functions of the cell by building models.
Students will learn how our system of government works and how they can participate.
Students will identify feelings and learn how emotional dysregulation impacts the brain.
Students explore real-world to text vocabulary by writing sentences to form narratives.
Students use maps, charts, and cartoons to track the events leading up to the Civil War.
In this lesson, students will journey toward a better understanding of gravity.
Students learn details of the Civil War by analyzing portraits, letters, and pictures.
We meet a farmer who shares some of the ways he uses science to grow vegetables.
In this math lesson, students learn multiple ways to add fractions and about bar modeling.
Learners will understand themes in literature and life through mentor text and stories.
In this lesson, students will use their imagination to create a world within their homes.
Students will review figurative language and write two poems with found items.
Students will complete tasks and demonstrations that relate to Newton's Laws of Motion.
Students will empower their minds, bodies, and souls all while learning coping skills.
Students will journey to five different places on the Silk Road.
Students will review Newton's Laws of Motion before learning what a field force is.
Students will learn how to write and evaluate numerical expressions involving exponents.
In this lesson, you will write a story based on real-life memories of your childhood.
Students will work with ratios, rates, and unit rates in this math lesson.
This lesson will introduce students to the first ten amendments to the US Constitution.
Students will connect air pressure, heat, and phase changes to solve a science mystery.
Color-coding skills are used to identify key ideas and details in non-fiction writing.
Students will solve one-step equations and tackle real-world applications of Algebra.
Take a virtual field trip to many of the stops along New Jersey's Underground Railroad.
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