Jupiter Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Read the movie description that appears below the movie player on the Jupiter Topic Page. Then use the following prompts to encourage class discussion before, during, and after watching the movie. Be...

Grace Hopper Discussion Prompts and Pause Points

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Before the Movie What do you know about computer coding? (Tap Prior Knowledge) What skills and traits does it take to be a computer programmer? (Predict) During the Movie (Pause Points) Stop at ...
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Celebrate Presidents’ Day at Home With BrainPOP

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Do your students’ families know they can use BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr. at home? With the upcoming Presidents' Day break, now is a perfect time to remind them.   To strengthen the school-to-home con...

Depression Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Suggested discussion prompts and pause points....

Depression Lesson Plan: Create a Medical Brochure

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 4-12, students watch the BrainPOP movie Depression and explore the other features in this topic to learn about the disease’s symptoms, causes, and treatments....

Census Lesson Plan: Class Debate

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 4-12, students explore BrainPOP resources to learn about the U.S. Census. As they discover the benefits and the drawbacks of a population count, students dete...

Parenthood Lesson Plan

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 3-12, students watch the BrainPOP movie Parenthood. Then they use Make-a-Map feature (or a downloadable graphic organizer) to assess the cause and effects ass...

Smoking Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Suggested discussion prompts and pause points....

Parenthood Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Suggested discussion prompts and pause points....

Exponents Lesson Plan: Exponent Battle

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 5-12, students watch the BrainPOP movie Exponents and explore the other features in this topic to learn how exponents provide a simple way of expressing reall...