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Save time and energy with this print and digital FORENSIC SCIENCE CURRICULUM bundle! It includes all of the lessons, notes, labs, activities, mock crime scenes, case studies, practices, worksheets, projects, quizzes, review games and exams you need to teach an entire year of FORENSICS. Need a digita
This Distance Learning bundle includes the first TWELVE technology lessons we have available in our store.Middle school and high school students LOVE these lessons! We developed these lessons for a project-based working environment and works great with any Project Based Learning or STEM goals. We gi
Your students will be challenged with this fun and a creative group project. Students will work with groups to create a large position-paper poster project about the Federalists or Anti-Federalists to be able to understand the ideologies related to the ratification of the Constitution. Both printa
This bundle includes the first SIX technology lessons we have available in our store.Middle school and high school students LOVE these lessons! We developed these lessons for a project-based working environment and works great with any Project Based Learning or STEM goals. We give you the option to
Can your students decide who Jack the Ripper was out of a cast of 12 suspects?In this lesson they will compare and evaluate 12 possible suspects before deciding on the most likely guilty person. They will then justifying their decision both verbally and in writing. The lesson works as a knockout t
This exhaustive unit contains EVERYTHING you need to teach the Holocaust while integrating reading, research, and writing! Reframe the way you teach the Holocaust in English and/or Social Studies while creating advanced readers, thinkers, speakers, and listeners! The design of the unit could be used
Hamilton was so much more than just an amazing play on Broadway. Want a great way for students to engage in a group activity while they examine eyewitness testimony, artifacts, primary sources, and solve a historical mystery? Download The Hamilton Duel at Dawn CSI! This exciting activity can be
In this student-centered, engaging activity, your secondary students will be able to understand the impact of Mexican Immigration in the United States from the turn of the century until 2000. Both Print & Digital (Google drive) versions included! Perfect for Distance Learning.This activity follo
Online Learning Ready!World War 1 Simulation Activity for middle and high school students. This easy to set up, interactive lesson plan actively involves students in the events of the First World War. 
In this World War 1 Lesson Plan, students begin by learning about the background of The Great War.
This purchase includes a 37-slide PowerPoint presentation about the structure of the U.S. Constitution. It includes detailed information on the three branches of government and an introduction to the Bill of Rights. Both print and digital versions are included! Perfect for distance learning!Students
Grab a bargain - History Mystery lessons for less! (Over 20% off actually!)This bundle contains lessons to help your students deduce, infer and evaluate arguments and evidence. They are suitable for middle and high school and have been a great success in my and others' classrooms. I will be crea
Culminate your American Government / Civics course with this highly scaffolded capstone end-of-course research paper that lets you or your students choose a hotly debated Constitutional issue! It's like three projects in one!Everything is included, from brainstorm to final edit, for your students to
Middle School Technology Beginning of the Year Bundle will start your year off right! We include all the life-saving essentials for any Technology/Computer teacher especially if it is your first year as a technology teacher. While these lessons are created for middle school students, we have used an
In a bid to help our students think more like historians we set them various styles of question based on the sources in DBQs. These helpful little cards can be used with any document or piece of evidence in history. They work for any time period and help our students to address real issues of prov
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This Gatsby unit is a Common Core aligned unit developed for 11th grade students that I used in my classroom. The materials are basic, but provide a great structure to anyone looking to develop a unit. The following is included: - Chapter Reading Guides - Found Poetry Activity - Jigsaw Activity -
Culminate your Human Geography, Contemporary World Issues or Environmental Science course with this highly scaffolded research paper and one-pager project that lets you or your students choose the environmental issue of the 21st century! It's two projects in one! Students can either: Design a one-pa
***UPDATE: NOW INCLUDES A GOOGLE SLIDE PRESENTATION TO PRESENT THE PROJECT TO STUDENTS! ALSO UPDATED ARE NEW TEACHER DIRECTIONS, STUDENT DIRECTIONS, AND RUBRIC FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. You will still all the same documents directed towards in person learning.Public Service Announcement (PSA) ProjectYo
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
"What is essential is invisible to the eye. It is only with the heart that one can see rightly." In the dedication to The Little Prince, the author, St. Exupéry says, "All grown-ups were once children — although few of them remember it." We live in a society in which children are forced to grow up
UPDATES: Paperless versions of each package now also provided! UPDATE: Interactive Google Classroom versions of the course units now available here!Description: What is the American Dream? Is it a developing story or an already defined ideal? Is the American Dream real or a utopian philosophy? This
Written Lab Report Rubric based on Common Core Informative/Explanatory Writing Literacy standards. Can be used for high school Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Earth Science or Physical Science.
The Super Bowl is an amazing sports event and interesting to dig into with this graphic organizer. After reading the linked article, students go on a webquest to learn about the sports marketing of the NFL's big event at the Super Bowl. By utilizing online resources, students dive into economics,
WWII - Homefront Stations Activity - Completely Student-ledGet your students moving and engaged by taking your students through the major topics of the Homefront!The activity consists of 10 different stations that can be either combined or broken up into smaller/larger stations to suit your needs. T
Causes of the Great Depression is an assignment perfect for distance learning or for a classroom with access to computers. Students begin by reading about a variety of causes of the Great Depression and their effects. Then they are provided with two images and have to choose the one that best repres
This is the perfect summative assessment after you have taught types of government! These differentiated writing activities include activities and writing prompts for three levels in the classroom. Level A-Students evaluate types of government Level B-Students respond to a quote and use a reading pa

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