### Acquiring Audience Feedback on a Published Product | ELA Community Activism PBL (Lesson 6 of 6) | 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

In lesson 6 of 6 of this multi-step project, students will use technology to seek feedback about their original product and reflect on their learning.

English Language Arts | 11th-12th, 6th - 8th, 9th-10th

### Synthesizing Research on a Community Issue | ELA Community Activism PBL (Lesson 4 of 6) | 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

In lesson 4 of 6 of this multi-step project, students will synthesize information from the sources they research in part 3 to create an original product for their chosen community stakeholder.

English Language Arts | 11th-12th, 6th - 8th, 9th-10th

### Researching a Local Community Issue | ELA Community Activism PBL (Lesson 3 of 6) | 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

In lesson 3 of 6 of this multi-step project, students will conduct research to examine the history and impact of their selected activist issue by identifying information from reputable sources.

English Language Arts | 11th-12th, 6th - 8th, 9th-10th

### Identifying Community Stakeholders | ELA Community Activism PBL (Lesson 2 of 6) | 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

In this part 2 of 6 of the project, students will identify the community stakeholders of their selected issue/topic/need/focus and select a final product form to best convey their research to their stakeholders through completing a rhetorical analysis.

English Language Arts | 11th-12th, 6th - 8th, 9th-10th

### Research mathematical principles | Math in Action | 3-5, 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

Students first select a mathematical principle (e.g., law, theorem, or other property). Next, students locate an article or image that represents the principle being used in daily life. For example, construction workers using the Pythagorean theorem when determining the length of a staircase. Students will then summarize the information – … Continued

Math | 11th-12th, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, 9th-10th

### Research and justify selection | Building Personas Using Historical Figures | 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

Students choose a significant person from history and conduct online research to develop and share a unique persona profile of that individual.

English Language Arts, Social Studies | 11th-12th, 6th - 8th, 9th-10th

### Write explanatory paragraph | Understanding satire | 6-12

Students will learn more about the meaning, structure, and satire used by “A Modest Proposal” and craft a satirical essay about a chosen issue.

English Language Arts | 11th-12th, 6th - 8th, 9th-10th

### Statistical inference | Be US Census Bureau’s Chief Analyst (Lesson 4 of 5) | 6-8

In this multi-step project, students become the Chief Data Analyst for the US Census Bureau Chief and write a report for a governor of a US state to answer the following question: “Are families in my state better or worse than 10 years ago?” Students will use educational technology and … Continued

Math | 6th - 8th

### Conduct a representative sample | Be US Census Bureau’s Chief Analyst (Lesson 3 of 5) | 6-8

In Part 3, students conduct a 10% random sample from US Census data, through a simulation using google sheets. In this multi-step project, students become the Chief Data Analyst for the US Census Bureau Chief and write a report for a governor of a US state to answer the following … Continued

Math | 6th - 8th

### Understand representative samples | Be US Census Bureau’s Chief Analyst (Lesson 2 of 5) | 6-8

In Part 2, calculate statistics from different types of samples from a population and compare them to determine what conditions make a sample representative of a population. In this multi-step project, students become the Chief Data Analyst for the US Census Bureau Chief and write a report for a governor … Continued

Math | 6th - 8th