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Claim, Evidence, Reasoning - Classroom Poster
This is a 6 page poster set which features the titles and explanations of the claim, evidence, reasoning (CER) approach. The CER method is a great way to teach students how to argue from evidence. I use the CER method when I have students write lab conclusions. This visual is an easy way to remind s
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Boy in the Striped Pajamas (THREE UNITS COMBINED - BOOK AND FILM)
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (Bundled unit) DISCOUNTED OVER 20% THIS IS A BUNDLED UNIT ON THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS - THREE UNITS COMBINED - MAY BE USED WITH THE BOOK AND THE FILM. MOVE AWAY FROM GENERIC QUESTIONS AND INTO TEXT-BASED ASSIGNMENTS WITH QUESTIONS TH
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Pearl Harbor Webquest / Internet Scavenger Hunt
December 7, 1941, was a "date which will live in infamy," according to the famous words of President Franklin Roosevelt (FDR). This Pearl Harbor webquest (Internet/digital scavenger hunt) leads students through an exploration of seven websites where they will use informational text and video clips
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Project based learning: Who Killed Edgar Allen Poe
Who or What Killed Edgar Allen Poe? Edgar Allen Poe’s death has been the subject of speculation for over 150 years. Have your students meet the suspects, compare and contrast eyewitness statements of his symptoms to current medical knowledge, and write persuasive pieces to promote their theory of
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Psychology: Split Brain Theory ~ Informational Text Critical Thinking Activity
This is a polished, graphic, new, single page 2013 PDF for critical thinking analysis of a 1998 article in Scientific American on the arguments and science behind left vs. right brain or brain lateralization. The question set could be addressed individually by students, in small collaborative groups
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Media Literacy Lesson Plan
An important 21st century skill is media literacy, the careful and thoughtful analysis of the media one consumes. In this lesson, students will construct definitions of “media literacy”; analyze an authentic informational text; discuss the role of opinion in media choice and reaction; debate the vi
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Psychology PPT: Theories of Motivation w/Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
This is a newly revised, polished and graphic MS 2013 11-slide presentation for students to further understand how motivation works in psychological terms. Here, you'll present information in detail about human emotions -- cross-culturally, too, and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, which shifted Psychol
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Great Depression Dust Bowl Photos & Letters Activity 7-Pack
Tap into your students’ creativity, empathy, and critical thinking skills by examining Great Depression Dust Bowl photos in this 7 activity lesson pack covering the struggles of Americans young and old during the Great Depression. These photos taken by famous photographers, inclu
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Psychology: Personality Theory PPT ~ Psychoanalysis, Behaviorism, Humanism
Introductory PowerPoint for a Personality unit in Psychology course. Highly detailed, graphic and accurate 49-slide 2013 presentation and introduction to the following seven theories on personality development: Freudian Psychoanalytic theory; Behaviorism; Humanism; Trait Theory; BioPsychological the
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Writing a Summary
The ability to summarize is the ability to understand the material presented, to see how parts fit together to make a whole. All teachers can ask their students to summarize daily. By giving students a wheel, a formula, and a writing chart, they will quickly learn how to write well-developed summari
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American Government / Civics Course Bundle
Step up your American Government or Civics course this year with this growing PBL bundle! Included in this growing bundle are two full PBL units, two semester-long projects, a culminating research paper project, and stand-alone writing projects. Project-based teaching brings focus
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Writing a Three-Paragraph Essay
Students will learn to write a three-paragraph essay with an introduction in the first paragraph, the body in the second paragraph, and the conclusion in the third paragraph. The introduction intrigues the reader, gives the history of the subject, and defines the topic. The body explains, comments o
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Child Development: Ethics/Genetics Testing Informational Article Analysis
Polished, graphic, 2-page 2014 PDF! Focuses on student reading and critical analysis of a hot Child Development / Psychology topic: genetics testing -- especially pre-natal genetics testing. From the preview, you may note details on the Human Genome Project as well as relevant dates in the last twen
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WINNING World War II: Predicting Allied Strategy Cooperative Activity
WINNING World War II: Predicting Allied Strategy Cooperative Activity Your students will be engaged in this fun and interactive activity. Students will work in groups to predict Allied strategy during World War II. After each group shares their prediction with the class, students will take notes o
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Argument Writing Rubrics Grades 9-12 Common Core
Common Core Argument Writing Rubrics for Grades 9-12 This digital download contains seven grades 9-12 argument writing rubrics (each one a variation). The rubrics are detailed and show the Common Core-alignment for each section/criteria. These ARE included in the following bundles:
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Freud's Ego Defense Mechanisms: Guided Notes ~ Psychoanalysis
This is a detailed, graphic, brand new 2013 PDF document to be utilized in any Psychology course in which you present a unit on Psychoanalytic theory, and wish to hone in on Freudian ego defense mechanisms (Psych I, II, or AP Psychology). The activity could take a full class period, depending on how
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"Body Ritual of the Nacirema": Learning about Cultures and Making Inferences
“Body Ritual among the Nacirema” is a satirical scholarly article written by Horace Miner and published in a 1956 issue of American Archaeologist. In the article, Miner describes the odd habits of the Nacirema culture, specifically their body rituals. While many professionals (and students) who r
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Branches of Government Complete Unit - PPTs, Lessons, Exam, Review Game & more
Fully editable to teach a comprehensive unit on the 3 Branches of Government Less than a $1 a day! Materials include: *Unit Essential Questions *Unit Scope and Sequence *PowerPoint with Lecture Notes and Cloze Note Handouts *Lesson Plans for Unit Enrichment *Common Core Writing A
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National History Day - Proof Organizer
Getting started on the research of a National History Day project can be quite difficult for even the most talented students. In order to construct a sound historical argument for a NHD project, students must be able to develop a “provable” thesis and then “prove” that thesis through logical and re
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Characteristics of Life, Claim-Evidence-Reasoning Activity
Writing is fundamental for high school ACT and SAT testing and the preparation of college. STEM objectives focus on writing using argument and one strategy is called Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning. The following activity uses an article from Popular Science entitled, "Are Viruses Alive". Students' r
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Civil War Simulation Activity + 1 Year Online Access!
-You will Need to email Mr. Harms to activate your 1 year online subscription (Email included in materials) Civil War Simulation Activity for middle and high school students. This interactive Civil War Lesson plan is easy to set up and customize. This simulation lesson plan starts with the election
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"I, Too" by Langston Hughes - Harlem Renaissance Poem Analysis
This 4 page poem analysis features Langston Hughes' Harlem Renaissance era poem "I, Too." Use this poem to teach about the Harlem Renaissance and the rise of black culture and appreciation of black history during the 1920s. The analysis starts out with lower Bloom's questions and has the students
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Contemporary American Society BUNDLE: –SAVE $$$
This product includes everything you need to teach a 19-day unit on Contemporary American Society for your secondary American History class. Purchase in BUNDLE and you will automatically save 20% off of each product! A pacing guide and detailed lesson plans are included! “Work smarter not harde
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Argument Writing - Mock ACT Writing Prompt
A great way to prep your juniors and seniors for ACT writing or introduce your freshman and sophomores to the ACT essay. This essay prompt has three perspectives. Essay prompt uses 2016 format.
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PBL Project: WWII Propaganda Posters Analysis Writing & Create Own Poster
After learning the propaganda devices from famous World War II posters, your students will make their own persuasive poster to promote a positive behavior to address a real life school problem. Interested in trying out Project-Based Learning but get overwhelmed quickly? This
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Writing a Retelling/Directions Essay
Retelling is an important skill, and many students confuse retelling with summarizing. What is the difference? A summary is a paragraph answering the five W’s (who, what, when, where, and why). A retelling is a paragraph telling what happens first, second, third, etc.; a retelling tells the sequence
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Writing a One-Paragraph Essay
When teachers tell their students to write a one-paragraph essay, pupils may not know how much to write, how long the sentences should be, how many sentences they should write, or how to begin. Giving students a structure and a formula will help students to know exactly what is expected of them and
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Comprehension Instructional Sequence for the Declaration of Independence
You are trying to teach the Declaration of Independence -- either as part of your curriculum in American history, government, civics or as part of "Celebrate Freedom Week" -- but the text is too difficult for your students? Check out this lesson plan! This lesson applies the multi-step "Comprehensi
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Introduction to the Progressive Era Lesson Plan
Help your students identify with the goals and desires of the Progressive Era reformers in this interactive, memorable lesson plan. In this lesson, students will get into the mindset of Progressive Era reformers by contemplating current problems and solutions relevant to them as students; summarize
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Supreme Court Case Study with Argumentative Writing on Morse v. Frederick
A High Engagement Common Core Writing Lesson one of the more recent cases commonly known as "Bong Hits 4 Jesus". Materials Included: *Full Lesson Plan aligned with Common Core Standards *Writing Task with Rubric *Relevant article and suggested reso
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Down Syndrome Common Core Reading, Writing and Graphing Activity
This nine page reading, writing, and graphing activity addresses the basic cause of Down syndrome in relation to abnormal meiosis and nondisjunction. It addresses the symptoms of Down syndrome as well as the medical techniques used to identify a fetus with Down syndrome prior to birth. Bioethica
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Historian For A Day
In this activity students try their hand at being historians. Examining bank checks, they draw their own conclusions about the lives of a father and son. By exploring this "mystery," they see more clearly that history is both fact and fiction.
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NGSS Writing with Layered Animation - 2D Collision
Engage your students in scientific argument with this interactive document. Formatted to use the Claim-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) process to allow students to explain natural phenomena in a way that is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), this resource focuses on an interactive l
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Writing PBL Project: Op-Ed Research & Essay Project
Take your American Government or Civics, Current Issues, U.S History, or English class to the next level with this authentic research and essay writing project by engaging your students to gain the confidence of engaging their civic voice with their larger community! Cultivating great writ
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Wilson's Fourteen Points (WWI) Lesson Plan
At the end of World War I, American President Woodrow Wilson offered the world what he believed to be the chance to prevent future wars. This lesson plan explores Wilson's "Fourteen Points" in a way that not only builds content knowledge, but also gives students practice close reading an information
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Analytical Essay Writing Bundle - EVERYTHING you need!
This package includes everything you need to teach an analytical essay to high schoolers. This specific one I used for juniors and seniors, but it could easily be adapted for other grades. It can be used for any book. This package includes: - Theme to Thesis thesis brainstorm and development hando
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Landmark Supreme Court Case Research Packet
This research packet is used to guide student research on a Supreme Court Case. Students will research the constitutional question at the center of the case, the arguments on both sides of the case, as well as the Supreme Court's opinion including information on majority, dissenting, and concurring
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Writing Reflections with "Food Lab" Biomolecule/O Chem Activity, with Rubric
Achieve excellence in the new common core standards by increasing your students' ability to read, research, cite sources, and write efficiently with references using reflective (or argument) writing assignments. In addition to that, help your student's become critical thinkers by having students not
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Writing Reflections with GMOs in Our Food Activity, with Rubric
Achieve excellence in the new common core standards by increasing your students' ability to read, research, cite sources, and write efficiently with references using reflective (or argument) writing assignments. In addition to that, help your student's become critical thinkers by having students not
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World War 1 Project
Want an engaging project that covers a variety of World War 1 topics? This group project is just the thing! Students create a newspaper showing their knowledge of World War I. Students are required to include a variety of articles in this newspaper including editorials, commentaries, political car
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Technology and the Industrial Revolution
Students role play pro and anti technology advocates of the late 1800's, and in the process discover how issues surrounding technology more than one hundred years ago continue to confront us today.
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Meiosis and Gametogenesis e-Learning Activities
This zip file contains many different activities (48 pages of student handouts and 2 PowerPoints with a total of 56 slides) which can be used to compose a unit for AP Biology or advanced Biology students on Meiosis and Gametogenesis. The process of meiosis, errors in meiosis and aspects of gametog
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WWII Photo Gallery & Roosevelt's Four Freedoms Lesson Pack
Guide your students through a sobering Gallery Walk of war-torn World War II Europe and Asia and an examination of Roosevelt’s and Rockwell’s Four Freedoms, culminating their learning in an extended writing exercise on the underlying causes for the U.S. joining the Allied forces.
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US Paired Primary Source Document Writing Activities 7-Pack Bundle
Step up your U.S. History units with a focused reading of paired short high-interest primary source documents, each with an accompanying extended writing template answering a thematic question. When more Paired Document Extended Writings resources are published, they will be includ
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Montgomery Bus Boycott Activity 9-Pack & PBL Project
Tap into your students’ personal passions, life choices, and critical thinking skills in this 9 activity lesson pack covering the events and people, from Booker T. Washington and WEB Du Bois to Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Jr., leading to the Montgomery Bus Boycott. What ma
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US History PBL Unit What Makes an American Hero?
Teach everyone from Alexander Hamilton to Michael Jordan in this study of American history by challenging your students to develop and authentically present their own definition of a hero. Featured Heroes: Alexander Hamilton 2016 Presidential Medal of Freedom coho
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NGSS Writing with Layered Animation - Curve, Car, and Driver
Engage your students in scientific argument with this interactive document. Formatted to use the Claim-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) process to allow students to explain natural phenomena in a way that is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), this resource focuses on an interactive l
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NGSS Writing with Layered Animation - Car on a Track with Free Body Diagram
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Writing PBL Project: Elected Official Research & Persuasive Letter Project
Take your American Government or Civics, U.S History, or English class to the next level with this authentic research and persuasive letter writing project by engaging your students to be real agents of change in engaging their civic voice with their elected official! Cultivating great wr
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CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
Use CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING AND REBUTTAL to discuss the evolution of Eukaryotic cells. Did Eukaryotes arise from Prokaryotes? State a Claim, Back it up with Evidence, Give your Reasoning, and add a Rebuttal! The Endosymbiotic Theory is used in Biology courses to discuss how Eukaryotic cells evolv
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Great Depression - Hoover v FDR Comparison Lecture Power Point (U.S. History)
This 45-slide power point presentation reviews the differences between the Presidents Herbert Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the Great Depression. This lecture focuses on the strategies used by both presidents to combat the great depression. Students will take notes on the creative CL
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Psychology: Daydreaming ~ Critical Thinking Informational Article Analysis
This is a polished, graphic, new, single page 2013 PDF for critical thinking analysis of a 2009 Psychology Today article on the function(s) of daydreaming in our lives, its benefits, and much more! These questions could be addressed individually by students, in small collaborative groups, or as a wh
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