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Year B Materials List


Secondary School Materials for a Classroom

General Supplies and Furniture


Community meeting space - chairs in circle or multi-level platforms

Conference table for 15 students for seminars, lesson where note taking is needed

Small group project tables for 4-5

Individual spaces - desks, Back Jacks, low beach chairs with writing board

Lockers for student personal belongings

Easel type white board with large tablet paper

Book shelves for resource books (I have 10 6-ft.)

Small, slanted shelves for paperback novels and videos

Low shelves for science material, general supplies, and art supplies

Plastic rolling shelves for storage of project materials

Paper cutter

Easel type white boards with tablets

Podium

VCR/DVD player



Camcorder

Camera


CD/tape recorder

Tapes/CD’s for transitions and background music

Learning with Mozart to environmental music - non vocal

Computers and computer tables

Software - word processing, internet hook up

Inspirations software

Timeliner software

Per student materials


1 3” binder to store completed work

1 1-1/2” binder for portfolio

1 Mead zippered binder

3 blue spirals graph preferred for Pre Algebra and Algebra

3 red spirals

calculator

5 black Clic pens

5 red Clic pens

5 pencils

flash drive

anthology books - see language

novels - see language

handbook- written by teacher

ring for vocabulary cards

15 sheet protectors

protractor

compass

Paper Supplies

lined paper

graph paper

blank paper

colored copy paper - my colors and amounts per year are the following

contracts, record keeping - cream - 25 sheets per student

language - pastel pink - 50 sheets per student

math - pastel blue - 50 sheets per student

personal world/health - orchid- 50 sheets per student

social world/social studies - pastel green - 50 sheets per student

natural world/science - pastel yellow - 50 sheets per student

Spanish - salmon - 50 sheets per student

poster boards

newsprint

markers - thick and thin

carousels

colored pencils

scissors


rulers

hole puncher

tape dispenser

pencil sharpener

file container for student files
Language

Dictionaries

Visual reference books

The Dictionary of Cultural Literacy 0-395-65597-8

Dictionary of Word Origins

Oxford Dictionary of Quotations

Bartlett’s Familiar Quotes 0-316-08277-5

Almanacs


The Macmillan Visual Almanac 0-02-861247-7

The Macmillan Visual Dictionary 0-02-528160-7


English Simplified – Addison Wesley Longman ISBN 0-673-98261-0


Writing


Write Source 2000 0-669-38624-3

General Language Resources


Professional Literature, in order of suggestion:

  1. The Power of Grammar by Mary Ehrenworth

  2. Shades of Meaning by Donna Santman

  3. Assessing Writers by Carl Anderson

  4. For a Better World: Reading and Writing Social Action by Randy and Catherine Bomer


Texts for lessons:

    • The Reviser’s Toolbox by Barry Lane

    • Oliver Button Is a Sissy by Tomie DePaola

    • William’s Doll by Charlotte Zolotow

    • The Other Side by Jacqueline Woodson

    • “Alone” from Days With Frog and Toad by Arnold Lobel

    • Eats, Shoots and Leaves (picture book version) by Lynne Truss

    • The Stolen Part and Other Stories by Liliana Heker (also available in Spanish)

      1. “The Stolen Party”

    • A Puerto Rican in New York by Jesus Colon

      1. Ch. 30: “Little Things Are Big”

    • Sixteen edited by Donald Gallo

      1. “Priscilla and the Wimps” by Richard Peck

    • When I Was Your Age, vol. I edited by Amy Ehrlich

      1. “Everything Will be Okay” by James Howe

    • Dancing Pink Flamingoes by Maria Testa

      1. “Family Day”

      2. “A Cousin Thing”

    • The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros

      1. “No Speak English”

    • Woman Hollering Creek by Sandra Cisneros

      1. “Eleven”

    • Connections edited by Donald Gallo (look for it used on Amazon.com)

      1. “Moonbeam Dawson and the Killer Bear” by Jean Davies Okimoto


Where to start when building your classroom library:

  • A great place to look for books for adolescents: Young Adult Library Services Association: www.ala.org/ala/yalsa/yalsa.htm. Let your students use this website to look for books to request for your library.




  • Great authors for adolescents:

    • Jacqueline Woodson

    • Joan Bauer

    • Francesca Lia Block

    • Chris Crutcher (great for boys who like sports, but definitely geared towards 8th graders who are strong readers)

    • Gary Paulsen

    • Nikki Grimes

    • Sharon Creech

    • Walter Dean Myers

    • S.E. Hinton

    • Lois Lowry

    • Gail Giles

    • Gary DeSoto

    • Christopher Paolini

    • E.R. Frank


Suggested read-aloud novels and the issues they address:

  • Addressing homophobia, coming of age, appreciating writing, teen male narrator: From the Notebooks of Melanin Sun by Jacqueline Woodson

  • Learning about issues in Israel and Palestine: Habibi by Naomi Shihab-Nye

  • Loss of a parent or adjusting to new places: Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech

  • Hearing the sound of beautiful language: The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros

  • leadership, power, community: Lord of the Flies by William Golding

  • self-reflection, learning from big mistakes: Whirligig by Paul Fleischman

  • almost any short story from the aforementioned anthologies

Literature

Anthologies – Houghton Mifflin 800-462-6595 or www.schooldirect.com


Cycle 1 At Odds* ISBN 0-669-32113-3

Cycle 2 Lean on Me* ISBN 0-669-32112-5

Cycle 3 A Place at the Table **

Cycle 4 Changes and Choices* ISBN 0-669-32109-5

Cycle 5 Future Directions* ISBN 0-669-32114-1

Audiotaped version of this series . ISBN 0-669-32190-7

(available through Houghton Mifflin)
** A Place at the Table is a free publications from Teaching Tolerance, 400 Washington Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104. There website is located at www.teachingtolerance.org.

Novels

C1:


Animal Farm by George Orwell ISBN 0-451-52634-1

April Morning by Howard Fast ISBN 0-553-27322-1

Red Scarf Girl by Ji Li Jiang ISBN 0-06-446208-0

Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy ISBN 0-451-52315-6

C2:


Lord of the Flies by William Golding ISBN 0-399-50148-7

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury ISBN 0-345-34296-8

1984 by George Orwell ISBN 0-451-52493-4

Invitation to the Game by Monica Hughes ISBN 0-671-86692-3

C3:


Breaking Barriers, Jules Archer ISBN 0-670-83104-2

The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, E. Gaines ISBN 0-553-26357-9

Warriors Don’t Cry, Melba Pattillo Beals ISBN 0-671-86639-7

Gandhi, Loius Fischer ISBN 0-451-62742-3

Breaking Through by Francisco Jimenez

*Add contemporary about gay rights

C4:

The Jungle by Upton Sinclair ISBN 0-451-52420-9

We Shall Not Be Moved by Joan Dash ISBN 0-590-48410-9


Counting on Grace by Elizabeth Winthrop ISBN 0-553487833

*Add 1 more—recent about industrializaton/labor, outside U.S.

C5:

I Am David by Anne Holm ISBN 0-15-205160-0

Parvana’s Journey by Deborah Ellis ISBN 0-88899-519-9

We Just Want to Live Here by Amal Rifa’I and Odelia Ainbinder ISBN 0-312-31894-4

Parallel Journeys by Eleanor Ayer ISBN 978-0-689-83236-9

Math

Cycle based MS math curriculum Stephanie Romero (sromero@schoolofthewoods.org)

Chemistry Ion Chips Wards

Intro to Covalent Molecules Wards

Negative snake game

Colored bead box

Balance scale (2 choices)

Swedish fish, peanut M&Ms, gum drops, scale

Knobbed cylinders

Metal insets, compass, straight edge

World map with vertical latitude lines, atlas, laminate, poster board

History of Math materials (not complete kit) HMC



Health


Reality Babies 800-830-1416

Video tapes – yoga and tai chi

Relaxation tapes – nature music, visualization, progressive relaxation

Books on Drug Education

Books on Sexuality
Creating Peace, Building Community ISBN 1-878227-46-7

Peace Education Foundation

1900 Biscayne Boulevard

Miami, FL 33132-1025

800-749-8838 or amazon.com
The Heroic Journey ISBN 1-56976-033-0 Zephyr Press

PO Box 66006

Tucson, AR 85728-6006
Dr. Seuss The Butter Battle Book ISBN 0-394-86580-4

Book and/or video (Cycle 5)


Cipher in the Snow (video) www.amazon.com

Social World

All cycles 

Schoolhouse Rock Silver Anniversary Edition



http://www.amazon.com/Schoolhouse-Rock-Special-30th-Anniversary/dp/B00005JKTY 

 

The American Nation Prentice Hall www.phschool.com 0-13-052953-2 



 

A World History textbook 


Suggested support materials 

History of US series 1-800-458-4849 

 

Perspectives on History series 



  The Civil War: The Gray 1-878668-84-6 

  The Civil War: The Blue 1-878668-83-8 

  Iron Horses Across America 1-878668-36-6 

  The Age of Technology 1-878668-64-1 

  The Manhattan Project 1-878668-41-2 

  The French and Indian War 1-878668-82-X 

  The Vietnam War 1-878668-61-7 

  World War I 1-878668-91-9 

  World War II: On the Homefront 1-878668-60-9 

  World War II: The European Theatre 1-878668-76-5 

  World War II: The Pacific Theatre 1-878668-86-2 

  Forward into Light: The Struggle for Woman’s Suffrage 1-878668-25-0 

  The Underground Railroad: Life on the Road to Freedom 1-878668-27-7 

Principles of Democracy: 1-878668-53-6 

The Constitution and Bill of Rights 

 

Cycle 1 



Books on the American Revolution 

 

Cycle 2 



CIA Factbook www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook 

 

Pocket US Constitutions Cato Institute 



  1000 Mass Avenue NW 

  Washington, DC 20001 

  800-767-1241 

 

Cycle 3 



Sneeches by Dr. Seuss

The Shadow of Hate (video) Teaching Tolerance Series 334-264-0268 

  400 Washington Ave. fax 334-264-7310 

  Montgomery, AL 36104 



http://www.tolerance.org/teach/resources/shadow_of_hate.jsp 

 

“The Power of One” video local video store or www.amazon.com



http://www.amazon.com/Power-One-Stephen-Dorff/dp/0790740850 

 

Other video options 



  Amandla 

  Rabbit-proof Fence 

  World Apart 

  Cry Freedom 

  Color of Friendship 

  Emmit Till 

  The Rosa Parks Story 

  Free the Children 

 

Hidden Bias Test



www.tolerance.org_bias/02.html

Anthology – “A Place at the Table” Teaching Tolerance  (no longer available)



http://www.tolerance.org/teach/resources/placeatthetable.jsp 

  

AFSC.org – American Friends Service Club 



Gay & Lesbian Rights/Israel & Palestine 

 

Cycle 4 



Opposing Viewpoints: The Industrial Revolution

A&E Biography of Milton Hershey 



http://www.amazon.com/Biography-Milton-Hershey-Chocolate-Archives/dp/B0002V7NTI 

http://www.oldies.com/product-view/2387FD.html 

 

Industrialization and Urbanization Schlessinger Video Productions 



  PO Box 1110 

  Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 

  800-843-3620 

  ISBN 157225081X 

 

Books on the Industrial Revolution 



 

American History Simulations ISBN 1-55734-480-9  Teacher Created Materials, Inc. 

 Cycle 5 

Time to Abolish War 

  By: Hague Appeal for Peace 

Peaceful Children, Peaceful World 0-939195-02-X 

Peace Begins With You 

  http://www.amazon.com/Peace-Begins-You-Katharine-Scholes/dp/0316774405 

 

Gaia Peace Atlas ISBN 0-385-24190-9 



Voices From the Past (Gay and Gay) Complete set on war

Revolutionary War 0-8050-2844-7

Vietnam War 0-8050-4101-X

World War II 0-8050-2849-8

World War I 0-8050-2848-X

Korean War 0-8050-4100-1

Spanish-American War 0-8050-2847-1

Persian Gulf War 0-8050-4102-8

War of 1812 0-8050-2846-3
Music/Songs about War 

 

Natural World



All cycles

Ward’s Scientific

PO Box 92912

Rochester, NY 14692-9012

800-962-2660

800-635-8439 fax


Frey Scientific

PO Box 8101

Mansfield, OH 44903

800-225-FREY


Nasco

PO Box 901

Fort Atkinson, WI 52528-0901

1-800-558-9595


Bill Nye, The Science Guy videos www.billnye.com or your local library
Physical Science Instructional Fair 1-56822-144-4
Goggles Nasco
Cycle 1

Books needed


Science Explorer – Motion, Forces and Energy and teacher resource book

Science Explorer – Electricity and Magnetism and teacher resource book


Suggested


DK Eyewitness Science Series

Force and Motion 1-879431-85-8

Electricity 1-879431-82-3

Energy 1-56458-232-9

Matter 1-879431-88-2

DK Eyewitness Dictionary of Physics 0-7894-0239-4


Atom Building Board Frey
Inclined to Roll

skateboard

protractor

flat board, about 1.5 m long

small piece of sturdy cardboard

supports to prop up the board (books, boxes)

two stopwatches

meter stick

masking tape
Stopping on a Dime

wooden meter stick

2 stop watches or watches with second hands

tape measure


Sticky Sneakers

three or more different types of sneakers

spring scales, 5N and 20N

mass set(s)

large paper clip

tape


balance
Forced to Accelerate

skateboard

string

several bricks or other large mass(es)



meter stick

masking tape

spring scale, 5N

stopwatch



Building a Galvanometer


compass

small spool of magnet wire (#28 or finer)

piece of thin, stiff cardboard


Design and Build a Magnetic Paper Clip Holder


2 bar magnets

masking tape

container of 150 regular size paper clips

an assortment of types, shapes, and sizes of magnets, including two bar magnets and two ceramic magnets

modeling clay, string, and other materials to build a paper clip holder

Constructing a Dimmer Switch


d-cell battery

masking tape

flashlight bulb in a socket

thick lead from mechanical pencil

uninsulated copper wire, the same length as the pencil lead

rubber tubing, the same length as the pencil lead

1 wire, 10-15 cm long

2 wires, 20-30 cm long

2 alligator clips
The Versorium

foam cup


aluminum foil

scissors


plastic foam plate

wool fabric

pencil

paper


Electric Motor Activity


Science Kit & Boreal Laboratories sciencekit.com/electric-motor-discovery-kits/p/Igoo24321/

Tonawanda, NY/San Luis Obispo, CA 800-828-7777

St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada 800-387-9393

Project – Rube Goldberg Device


balloons

straight pins

various items to build device with
Cycle 2

Books needed

Science Explorer – Chemical Building Blocks with teacher resource book

Science Explorer – Chemical Interactions with teacher resource book

A Guide to the Elements – Oxford Univ. Press ISBN 0-19-512708-0



Suggested

DK Eyewitness Visual Dictionary of Chemistry ISBN 0-7894-0444-3

DK – Eyewitness Science – Chemistry ISBN 1-56468-232-9
Materials
Periodic Table from website

Matter cards (Elementary material) Montessori Services

www.montessoriservices.com

EM68 Matter & Energy



Melting Ice

Thermometer

2 plastic cups, ~200 mL each

2 stirring rods, preferably plastic

ice cubes, about 2 cm on each side

warm water, 40 - 45 C

stopwatch or timer
Making Sense of Density

balance


water

paper towels

wooden stick, ~ 6 cm long

ball of modeling clay, ~ 5 cm wide

crayon with paper covering

graduated cylinder, 100 mL


It's a Gas

strong plastic syringe (with no needle), at least 35 cm3 capacity

modeling clay

4 books of uniform weight


Isolating Copper

glass jar, about 250 mL

two paper clips

wires with alligator clips

or battery holder with wires

copper chloride solution (0.6M), 50 - 100 mL

6-volt battery

index card


Copper or Carbon? That’s the Question

1.5 V dry cell battery

200-mL beaker

stopwatch

flashlight bulb and socket

3 lengths of insulated wire

thin copper wire with no insulation, about 5-6 cm long

2 graphite samples (lead from a mechanical pencil),

each about 5-6 cm long

hot plate

water
Shedding Light on Chemical Bonds

2 1.5V dry cell batteries

small beaker

plastic spoon

sodium chloride (salt)

small light bulb and socket

4 lengths of wire for connections

with insulation scraped off ends

100-mL graduated cylinder

additional substances


Comparing Atom Sizes

drawing compass

calculator

periodic table of the elements


Design and Build a Polymer Package

Water


Hand lens

Weights


Scissors

Packaging tape

Thermometer

Balance


Hot plate

Clock or timer

20 beakers/pastic cups

iodine solution

cookies or hand builded eggs

polymers used in packaging


Cycle 3
Books needed

Science Explorer – Motion Forces and Energy with teacher resource book

Science Explorer – Sound and Light with teacher resource book


Integrated Science Laboratory Manual, 2000 (Prentice Hall) 0-13-436369-8 (Student)
0-13-436370-1 (Teacher)

Suggested


DK Eyewitness Science Series

Light 1-879431-79-3



Materials


Integrated Science Laboratory Manual

Prentice Hall Science Explorer

800-947-7700

ISBN 0-13-434370-1



Can you Feel the Power?

calculator

stopwatch

board, (2.5 cm x 30 cm x 120 cm)

8-10 books, each ~ 2 cm thick

meter stick



Soaring Straws


scissors

marker


balance

rubber band

metric ruler

masking tape

3 plastic straws

meter stick

empty toilet paper tube

Build Your Own Thermometer

bowl of hot water

bowl of ice water

water of unknown temperature

tap water

500-ml beaker

clear glass juice or soda bottle, 20-25 cm

plastic dropper

cooking oil

modeling clay

metric ruler

fine-point marker


Just Add Water

4 foam cups

hot tap water

scissors


beaker of water kept in an ice bath

2 thermometers

balance

pencil


Properties of Waves


meterstick

ruler


masking tape

plain brown paper

paper cup

pencil


string

graduated cylinder, 100-ml

water

stopwatch or clock with a second hand



marker

Plane-Mirror Images – Integrated Science Laboratory Manual, 2000


cardboard (~30 cm x 30 cm)

unlined paper

small mirror and support

metric ruler

3 straight pins

protractor



Bouncing Sound


two paper towel tubes

cookie sheet

mirror

cushion


one 12” x 18” piece of fabric/cloth

one 12” x 18 “ piece of construction paper

a clock or watch that ticks loudly

class set of protractors



Making Waves


water

plastic dropper

metric ruler

paper towels

modeling clay

cork or other small floating object

ripple tank (aluminum foil lasagna pan with mirror at the bottom)


Tuning forks – Integrated Science Laboratory Manual, 2000


2 tuning forks, 320 Hz

400 mL beaker

water

rubber band



resonance tube
Cycle 4

Books needed


Science Explorer – Motion, Forces and Energy and teacher resources book

Integrated Science Laboratory Manual 0-13-436369-8 (Student)


(Prentice Hall) 0-13-436370-1 (Teacher)

Videos

Schoolhouse Rock Science 1-56949-410-X


Simple Machines video Prentice Hall/Pearson Education

ISBN 0130503673

800-848-9500
Advanced Work

Physical Science Instructional Fair 1-56822-144-4



Suggested books


The Way Things Work 0-395-42857-2

The New Way Things Work 0-395-93847-3


Can You Work More Efficiently

Heavy string (not rope) 65 cm

4 thin wooden rods

7 cm, 14 cm, 14 cm, 20 cm

heavy book

stopwatch



Inclined Plane


Wood board 1m by 15 cm

Spring balance

Small wood block with eye hook

String


Meterstick

Ring stand and large ring

Clamp
Levers

Wooden meterstick

Spring balance

String


1 kg mass

fulcrum right angle prism-Wards



Wheel & Axle


Wheel & Axle

Fishing line or string

Stopwatch

Washers


Book
Pulleys as Simple Machines

2 single pulleys

2 double pulleys

nylon fishing line

ring stand with large ring

spring balance

1 kg mass


Quiz Board


box of copper brads

sheet of cardboard

13 pieces of copper wire with alligator clips, insulated, 20-22 gauge, 10 inches long

pair of wire cutters

battery with battery clip

bulb and socket




Series & Parallel Circuits


KitBook-The Electric Circuits www.kitbook.com

OR




Advantages of Series and Parallel Circuits

Building Electric Circuits


Delta Education WW111-2976

800-442-5444

www.delta-education.com


Can You Make Electricity From Spare Change


several pennies

vinegar


paper towel

aluminum foil

salt

cup of warm water



multimeter


Build a Generator


Neo/Sci kit – Cool Circuits www.neosci.com

How to Make a Transformer


Cardboard paper towel tube

Multimeter

Battery

2 – 4 ft insulated copper wires


LEGO Educational building kit 9686 www.LEGOeducational.com
Cycle 5

Books needed


Science Explorer – Environmental Science with teacher resource book

Materials


Green Dreams nationalgeographic.com – free online article

http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2007/10/biofuels/biofuels-text/1


What Now? Our Feverish Planet Badly Needs a Cure.

Time.com – free online article

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1604908,00.html


The Truth About Hydrogen popularmechanics.com – free online article

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/industry/4199381.html?page=1


Readings on Hydroelectric Power

http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/wuhy.html 

http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/hyhowworks.html 

 

Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things 



Wm. McDonough/Michael Braungart 

ISBN-13: 9870865475878 



www.bn.com 

 

Story of Stuff  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLBE5QAYXp8 



Save the Earth


Jonathon Porritt ISBN 1-878685-05-8

The Lorax ISBN 0-394-82337-0

Important numbers/addresses


Pitsco

PO Box 1708

Pittsburg, KS 66762

800-835-0686


Nasco

PO Box 901

Fort Atkinson, WI 52528-0901

1-800-558-9595



Solar Hot-water Heater


10’ flexible black tubing Home Depot or Wards 15W1261

shallow cardboard box 12”x 18”

Flat Black paint or dark cloth

Window glass 12”x 18” Home Depot

Clothespin (spring-type)

Tape


2 empty cans or buckets

Electricity from Sunlight


Silicon solar cell

block of wood

compass

cardboard



small spool of magnet wire(18# or finer)

2 alligator clips

soldering iron

tape


glue

soft old towel



Wind Energy into Electricity


Model airplane propeller -6” long

2 nails 1” long Home Depot

2 nails 3” long Home Depot

4 small nails Home Depot

1” long bar magnet

2 metal strips 1 1/2” by 4”, cut from tin can

magnet wire (see above)

germanium diode, type 1N34A Specialty electronics store or Radio Shack

tape (order in advance from RS)

hot glue gun

soldering iron/solder

drill


wood block 3 1/2”x 5” Home Depot

compass (see above)


Thermal Energy Conversion

Narrow-mouthed plastic bottle

Balloon

2 buckets



Turning Trash into Useable Energy


Household trash

Shallow baking dish

Aluminum foil

Scissors
Getting Methane from Coal

Paper towel

Lump of soft (bituminous) coal size of baseball

Old rag

Funnel


2-pound coffee can

Small glass bottle like spices come in



Model Geothermal Steam Engine


Empty soup can

Heavy aluminum foil (frozen-food tray, pie pan, etc.)

Aluminum wrapping foil

Straight pin

8” length of stiff wire (coat hanger)
Dowel rod about 12” long Home Depot

Small pot

Glue

Tape


Rubber band

Scissors


Making a “Fuel Cell”


Women’s plastic hair roller 3” long by 1” diameter

3 small rubber bands or string

thin sheet of zinc or galvanized steel 3 1/2” by 2” Home Depot

large gauze pad

Powdered graphite

Flour and salt

2 small bowls

Multimeter



Project


Snap circuits Jr.

Solar Car Electronic Puzzles W-08







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