Sixth Grade Unit 4

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1. What is courage?
  c. This means I can read and write about challenging events and experiences.
Subject Title Series
Courage Adventures of Scamper the Penguin
Courage Awakenings PBS Index Database: Eye of the Prize
Courage Banner in the Sky
Courage Call It Courage
Courage Captains Courageous
Courage Come A Tide Reading Rainbow Science
Courage Courage Adventures from the Book of Virtues
Courage Daily Pioneer Life Pioneer Life for Children
Courage Disney's Timeless Tales (Volume 3) Disney's Timeless Tales
Courage Facing Reality in the Age of Aids
Courage Frog and Toad Together Whole Language Plus
Courage I Will Fight No More Forever
Courage Inside Out: The Story of the Towns of Bingham Canyon
Courage John Baker's Last Race
Courage Lion of Oz
Courage Little Quack The Sign Language Storytelling
Courage Magic Voyage
Courage Moments of a Lifetime
Courage Nobody's Useless
Courage Portuguese Explorers Explorers of the World
Courage Puff the Magic Dragon
Courage Secret of Nimh 2: Timmy to the Rescue Secret of NIMH
Courage Thanks, But No Thanks (Peer Pressure) Your Choice… Our Chance
Courage The Sword in the Stone Disney's Classics Fairy Tales
Courage The Tin Forest Reading Rainbow
Courage The Wonderful Towers of Watts Reading Rainbow General Education
Courage There's Something in My Attic The Sign Language Storytelling
Courage Very Wompkee Christmas
Courage Watch the Stars Come Out Reading Rainbow
Courage Westward Expansion in the U.S. Pioneer Life for Children
Courage Where the Red Fern Grows
d. This means I can compare and contrast courageous characters from a variety of stories.
  Subject Title Series
Brave Characters ABC News Classroom: The Civil Rights Movement Part 1: Separate But Equal The Civil Rights Movement
Brave Characters Amelia Earhart Great Americans for Children
Brave Characters America's Black Soldiers America's Military History
Brave Characters Balto Balto
Brave Characters Galileo The Animated Hero Classics
Brave Characters Galileo Animated Hero Classics
Brave Characters George Washington American Heroes and Heroines
Brave Characters Louis Pasteur The Animated Hero Classics
Brave Characters Old Stormalong Greatest American Tall Tales and Legends
Brave Characters Our Friend, Martin
Brave Characters Pocahontas The Animated Hero Classics
Brave Characters Pocahontas Animated Hero Classics
Brave Characters Revolutionary War Heroes Great Americans for Children
Brave Characters Rosa
Brave Characters Sacagawea Great Americans for Children
Brave Characters Seven Alone
Brave Characters The Ernest Green Story
2. What impact did world wars have on the world?
  a. This means I can understand and use content vocabulary correctly in speaking and writing.
    Subject Title Series
World Wars A Nation at War Unfinished Nation
World Wars ABC News Classroom: The Civil Rights Movement Part 1: Separate But Equal The Civil Rights Movement
World Wars Ain't Scared of Your Jails (1960-1961) PBS Index Database: Eye of the Prize
World Wars Among the Wild Chimpanzees
World Wars Atomic Bomb 1945 History's Turning Points I
World Wars Between the Wars Unfinished Nation II
World Wars Civil Rights United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars D-Day and World War II History Happened Here
World Wars Determined to Be Heard Unfinished Nation II
World Wars Eisenhower: Part 1 and 2 American Experience
World Wars Eleanor Roosevelt Great Americans for Children
World Wars FDR, Part 1 American Experience
World Wars FDR, Part 2 American Experience
World Wars FDR, Part 3 American Experience
World Wars FDR, Part 4 American Experience
World Wars Forget Me Not: The Anne Frank Story In Search of the Heroes
World Wars Franklin D. Roosevelt Our Presidents in America's History
World Wars Franklin D. Roosevelt's Hyde Park American Lifestyle
World Wars Germany: From Partition to Reunification, 1945-1990 World Geography and History
World Wars Global Warming Earth at Risk Environmental
World Wars Great Depression and the New Deal United States History - Origins WWII
World Wars Miracle at Midnight
World Wars Nation in Turmoil United States History - Origins WWII
World Wars Pearl Harbor and World War II History Happened Here
World Wars Post-War U.S.A. United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars Post-War U.S.A. United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars Post-War U.S.A. United States History - Origins WWII
World Wars Restless Society Unfinished Nation II
World Wars Right Turn Unfinished Nation II
World Wars Rising Up: New Deals and New Allies An American Legacy, The Great Depression
World Wars Ruby Bridges
World Wars Ruby Bridges Wonderful World of Disney
World Wars Sustainability in the 21st Century Environmental Science for Students
World Wars The Changing World of Work Work in the 21st Century
World Wars The Cold War United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars The Collapse of Peace Unfinished Nation II
World Wars The Great Depression and the New Deal United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars The Great War United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars The Great War United States History - Origins WWII
World Wars The Middle East United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars The Time Has Come (1964-1966)/Two Societies (1965-1968) PBS Index Database: Eye of the Prize II
World Wars U.S. Politics (1960-1980) United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars U.S. Politics (1980-2000) United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars Uncle Sam Symbols of America
World Wars Vietnam World Quest
World Wars Woodrow Wilson: 1913-1921 20th Century Presidents
World Wars World of Uncertainty Unfinished Nation II
World Wars World War I Talking Maps
World Wars World War I: On the Homefront America in the 20th Century
World Wars World War I: The War in Europe America in the 20th Century
World Wars World War II United States History - Origins WWII
World Wars World War II United States History - Origins to 2000
World Wars World War II: The Road to War America in the 20th Century
World Wars WWII: The Music Video
3. How do cold war events continue to affect the world today?
  a. This means I can identify specific causes, major events, important ideas, and key leaders in 20th Century conflicts.
    Subject Title Series
Effects of Conflict Crisis of Authority Unfinished Nation II
Effects of Conflict Fallout Unfinished Nation II
Effects of Conflict Germany: From Partition to Reunification, 1945-1990 World Geography and History
Effects of Conflict Harry S. Truman (33rd), Dwight D. Eisenhower (34th) & John F. Kennedy (35th) Our Presidents in America's History
Effects of Conflict Lyndon B. Johnson (36th), Richard Nixon (37th) and Gerald Ford (38th) Our Presidents in America's History
Effects of Conflict New World (1981-1989) The Century: Decades of Change
Effects of Conflict New World Power Portraits of American Presidents
Effects of Conflict Post-War U.S.A. United States History - Origins WWII
Effects of Conflict Post-War U.S.A. United States History - Origins to 2000
Effects of Conflict Right Turn Unfinished Nation II
Effects of Conflict The Cold War United States History - Origins to 2000
Effects of Conflict The Collapse of Peace Unfinished Nation II
Effects of Conflict The Middle East United States History - Origins to 2000
Effects of Conflict The Vietnam War United States History - Origins to 2000
Effects of Conflict U.S. Politics (1960-1980) United States History - Origins to 2000
Effects of Conflict U.S. Politics (1980-2000) United States History - Origins to 2000
Effects of Conflict Vietnam Beyond Our Borders
Effects of Conflict Vietnam and After Portraits of American Presidents
4. In what ways can heat move?
  b. This means I can describe the movement of heat.
    Subject Title Series
Heat All About Heat Energy for Children
Heat Convection of Heat Eureka
Heat Energy Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat Heat Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat Heat Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat Heat and Chemical Energy Energy in Action
Heat Heat Transfer Mr. Wizard's World
Heat Heat, Wind and Pressure Weather Smart
Heat Heat/Energy Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat How Does Heat Change Material? Science Essentials: Heat Series
Heat How Does Heat Travel? Science Essentials: Heat Series
Heat Magic School Bus Getting Energized Magic School Bus
Heat Ozone and Pollution Weather Smart
Heat Sources and Uses of Heat Science Essentials: Heat Series
Heat Steam Power Way Things Work
Heat The Conduction of Heat Eureka
Heat The Transfer of Energy Energy in Action
Heat What is Heat? Science Essentials: Heat Series
5. What are the properties of light and sound?
  b. This means I can describe the properties of light.
    Subject Title Series
Light All About Light Physical Science for Children
Light Color Wonder Why I
Light Diffraction Starfinder
Light Electrical Current/Light & Optics Bill Nye the Science Guy
Light How Do Lenses Work? Science Essentials
Light How Does Light Travel? Science Essentials: Light
Light Lenses and Magnification
Light Light Way Things Work
Light Light Real World Science
Light Light
Light Light Elementary Science
Light Light Physical Science in Action
Light Light Wonder Why I
Light Light and Color Stage One Science
Light Light and Color Bill Nye the Science Guy
Light Light and Color: Living Color 3-2-1 Classroom Contact
Light Light and Darkness Science Clips for Children
Light Light Instruments Mr. Wizard's World
Light Light Optics Bill Nye the Science Guy
Light Light Reflection Mr. Wizard's World
Light Light Science: You Can Do It
Light Light, Sound and Waves Light, Sound and Waves
Light Light: A First Film First Film
Light Magic School Bus Gets a Bright Idea Magic School Bus
Light Magic School Bus Makes a Rainbow Magic School Bus
Light My Shadow Reading Rainbow Science
Light Nature of Light Starfinder
Light Seasons/Light/Bones and Muscles Bill Nye the Science Guy
Light Shadow Play Fourways Farm
Light Sound/Light and Color Bill Nye the Science Guy
Light The Nature of Light Light, Sound and Waves
Light Thomas Edison Inventors of the World
Light Using Light Light, Sound and Waves
Light Using Light Energy Science Clips for Students
Light What is Color? Science Essentials: Light
Light What is Light? Science Essentials: Light
c. This means I can explain how sound is produced and in what form it travels.
  Subject Title Series
Sound Alexander Graham Bell The Animated Hero Classics
Sound Alexander Graham Bell Animated Hero Classics
Sound All About Sound Physical Science for Children
Sound All About Waves Physical Science for Children
Sound All Done With Strings Instruments of the Symphony Orchestra
Sound Characteristics of Waves Physical Science in Action
Sound Ear Body Works
Sound Ears Hear
Sound Exploring Sound Exploring Earth Science
Sound Fantasia/2000
Sound Forces in Action Science Clips for Children
Sound From Ping to Bong Instruments of the Symphony Orchestra
Sound Hearing and Sound Scientific Eye
Sound How Does Sound Travel? Science Essentials: Sound
Sound Light, Sound and Waves Light, Sound and Waves
Sound Magic School Bus Creepy, Crawly Fun! Magic School Bus
Sound Magic School Bus in the Haunted House Magic School Bus
Sound Mechanical Energy Energy in Action
Sound Mechanical Energy Energy in Action
Sound Melody Music Box
Sound Motion and Sound Science Clips for Children
Sound Musical Instruments Way Things Work
Sound Pitch Music Box
Sound Science of Music Bill Nye the Science Guy
Sound Science of Music/Architecture Bill Nye the Science Guy
Sound Sound Light, Sound and Waves
Sound Sound Physical Science in Action
Sound Sound Bill Nye the Science Guy
Sound Sound Way Things Work
Sound Sound Real World Science
Sound Sound Wonder Why I
Sound Sound A First Look
Sound Sound and Noise Natures Knows Best
Sound Sound Instruments Mr. Wizard's World
Sound Sound Waves and Stars: The Doppler Effect
Sound Sound/Light and Color Bill Nye the Science Guy
Sound The Nature of Waves
Sound The Sound of Waves Our Physical World
Sound Uses of Sound Science Essentials: Sound
Sound Waves Light, Sound and Waves
Sound Waves Bill Nye the Science Guy
Sound What Colors are the Wind? Instruments of the Symphony Orchestra
Sound What is Energy? Energy for Children
Sound What is Sound? Science Essentials: Sound
Sound What is Sound?
Sound What Makes Sounds Different? Science Essentials: Sound
Sound What's In a Horn? Instruments of the Symphony Orchestra