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Movie and Book Comparison Activities with Interactive Reader's Notebook Foldables - Use with ANY Novel or Story Aligned to the Common Core State Standards for grades 7-12, Reading Literature RL.7 and Writing Standards W.4, W.7, W.9, W.10 Contains 37 printable pages with numerous prompts, evaluations, and comparison charts. Students will analyze the movie's scenes, direction, cinematography, acting, props, dialogue, and setting, comparing each to the novel. Differentiated for multiple levels.
The Declaration of Independence can be a daunting document for teachers to explain to students, but this primary source lesson will help students understand the major themes and concepts within the document itself. Though Thomas Jefferson's Declaration was written in the 18th century, this worksheet has proven to be a fantastic, big-picture way for today's students to study such an important writing without becoming overwhelmed. The Declaration is really just a big "break-up letter" from the co
A whole year of Art! Here's what people say "Very VERY comprehensive -- I like the concise, student-friendly one pagers especially." "This curriculum is worded beautifully and the lesson progression is excellent. I love it! Thank you"We believe that all teachers deserve the best at an affordable price. Art lessons covering drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, collage and more. A complete Art Curriculum. Over 400 pages of visual art education, including 150 pages of linked lessons. Our Com
This tightly-woven semester course combines Human Geography, Current Events, Contemporary World Issues, and Environmental Science into a must-teach inquiry-driven, real-world, project-based experience.With these thematic, inquiry-driven units that build on each other, ask students to decide for themselves where they fit in this complex, competitive, and connected global village. You will guide them in exploring everything from the human population growth to globalization to natural resource sust
Transform your Civics American Government classroom to be inquiry-driven and project-based and start cultivating authentic learning with this complete semester course, plus bonuses!This is the course I wish existed my first years teaching Civics and then again years later when I found myself teaching it again. Whether you are brand new and overwhelmed or looking to upgrade your impact from the same-old, same-old, this course will fast-track you to cultivating a passion in your students to become
Explore extreme world poverty using a variety of sources with this eye-opening inquiry unit that will leave your students feeling thankful, aware, and empowered to create change.All student resources come in both printable PDF and editable, digital Google files.Almost half of the world lives on $5.50 a day or less. At least 70% of all humans live on $10 or less. While those are shocking, the most extreme, $1 a day, is the reality for nearly 800 million people.************************************
Solar system tour...online of course! With the internet as their resource, students explore current information about our Solar System and discover some fun and interesting information about the planets along the way.Click here to follow my store and receive the latest updates.Original Artwork (©AwesomeScience). For Personal Use Only. Uneditable.Page count does not include Terms of Use and links to supplementary activities. Copyright ©AwesomeScience 2013 – The Present.All Rights Reserved by Aut
Your students will love becoming journalists with these fantastic creative writing templates designed to look like magazines and newspapers! Fully editable, and completely customizable, students will get to summarize any content matter all through the creative ease of Google Drive! Keep your students engaged while creating content-rich material with these visually stunning and academically challenging journalism templates! These templates are perfect for distance learning, a trip to the lab, 1:
Overview:This is a great way to study and know the information contained within the United States Constitution. To better understand the layout and information within the United States Constitution, students will read through the original 7 Articles of this primary source document and find the main ideas. This is a nice addition to Constitution Day or your existing unit on the Constitution.Don't be afraid to have your students study this great document. Being one of the most influential docume
The curriculum is a living bundle that includes Google Drive access with the download, including any other updates I may add this month! The bundle is updated each time the College Board changes the learning objectives laid out in the Course and Exam Description PDF.This complete class curriculum is intended to best-prepare you and your students for passing the AP Test with the exact same model and approach I use. It has helped my students and I consistently achieve 80-90% passing rates, and I
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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OverviewStudents will create a PowerPoint, video, or project about a President of their choice. This project explains what students must research, and includes a grading rubric for the teacher. Students will research both personal and executive events of their chosen Commander in Chief. Great for a President's Day activity, for a substitute teacher, or for any unit that studies the United States Presidents. Helpful websites are even included to help students find appropriate information!This
Explore everything from our growing global population, the demographic statistics that unite and diversify us, and the persistence of extreme world poverty with this eye-opening thematic, inquiry-driven, project-based unit.This is the first unit of the thematic, inquiry course, Global Issues, a semester-long look at current events, human geography, and environmental science.Get a closer look >> scroll up and click View Preview above; also download this FREE Unit Overview.Unit At A Glance16
Challenge your Student Council Officers and Leadership student to this unique, ongoing Random Acts of Leadership challenge to get them practicing kindness, inclusion, and service around campus and the community. Sample of Service Acts: Being a door greeter in the mornings Writing an unexpected note of appreciation Volunteering at an extra-curricular event Showing staff appreciation Cleaning up the campus************************************Greatness is serving others and spreading kindness in way
THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS This is a bundle with 115 pages and 21 Slides. It works with Easel, may be printed, or used interactively with Google Classroom. ** PLEASE NOTE THAT I UNDERSTAND THE ISSUES WITH THIS NOVEL AND MY EDITED PRODUCTS ATTEMPT TO ADDRESS THESE PROBLEMS BY ASKING STUDENTS TO DO RESEARCH ON AUSCHWITZ AND HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS.**THIS IS A BUNDLED PRODUCT - SEE THE LINKS BELOW - IT MAY BE USED WITH THE BOOK AND THE FILM. 20% DISCOUNT!• The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (BOOK AND
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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 in one subject or taught across the curriculum in both a reading or literature course and history or social studies. The materials and lesson plans are a fit for any level of students in grades 7-12.
Explore the urgent crisis growing with our world’s most unhealthy and unsustainable addiction: fossil fuels. Everything from its various forms (oil, coal, and natural gas) to air pollution and greenhouse gases to clean alternative energy like solar and wind is covered in this unit.Grab students attention with shocking numbers, make it real with their own personal audit, guide them to dig deeper with engaging documentaries and current issues, and inspire them with the work of clean energy activis
Explore everything from increasingly concerning world population growth trends, the recent rise of economic and cultural globalization, and ever-growing eco footprints and consumption of natural resources with this eye-opening thematic, inquiry-driven unit. This unit is part of a thematic, project-based course, Global Issues, a semester-long look at current events, human geography, and environmental science. Get a closer look >> scroll up and click View Preview above; also download this FR
Explore the increasingly urgent problem of our world’s 3 biggest environmental dilemmas: how to conserve our water, how to end our addiction to fossil fuel oils, and how to stop generating so much garbage (especially plastic waste) in this 8-9-week inquiry unit on sustainability. Everything from pollution to conservation, carbon footprints to single-use disposables, renewable energy alternatives like wind, solar, and hydrogen to landfills, and zero-waste lifestyles are covered! This mega unit is
The Constitution and the Bill of Rights Interactive Notebook, which works for both print and Google Drive™, investigates and helps gain an understanding of the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.This download contains both a printable format as well as a Google Drive™ compatible format and includes:• Cover sheet in both color and black and white.• Links to helpful online resources.• Informational Slideshow Presentation to use for instruction.• Guide with links to Google Drive file
Alfred Hitchcock's REAR WINDOW stars Jimmy Stewart as a globetrotting photographer confined to his New York City home. He passes the time by watching his neighbors and suddenly thinks a murder been committed in a nearby apartment. Stewart’s girlfriend (Grace Kelly) is skeptical. Is what he’s seen really authentic…and can he convince others? Your 15-page printable study guide features . . .• introductory cinematic notes • vocabulary • literary notes• study questions to use as the film progresses
Explore in this unit the increasingly urgent problem of our world’s biggest growing problem: garbage. Everything from single-use disposable plastic to landfills and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to the myth of recycling and zero-waste living is covered!Grab students attention with shocking numbers, make it real with eye-opening documentaries and videos, guide them to dig deeper with scientific findings current issues, and inspire them to make zero-waste swaps in their own life and encourage o
This is a newly updated 2013 PDF sleep habits questionnaire which works perfectly as an attention-grabber or K-W-L activity to introduce a Psychology 1, 2, or AP unit on Sleep/Dreams and Consciousness. Reinforce the notion that students should answer as honestly as possible, and it'll be a genuine eye-opener. Continuing from here into a full, broader Consciousness unit, teenagers/young adults will soon see they need MUCH more sleep than they are getting on a typical night. In taking this quest
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This worksheet on molecular genetics will prepare your 10th grade science and biology students to walk through the steps of replication, transcription, translation, and protein synthesis. Students will practice pairing nucleic acids with nucleotides in DNA and RNA as well as codons and anticodons linked to specific amino acids. Important InformationAnswer key includedRecommended for 10th grade science, biology, and AP biology Click here for free download - Amino Acid Decoding Chart Worksheet TE
Are you studying stress or wellness? This life survey is fantastic for any Psychology or Health class. Students will take a self-reflective survey regarding their own mental health, physical health, personal life, and more. Answering 6 questions each in 8 areas of their lives, students will complete a total of 48 questions. With the results, students will map out their scores on the included "Wheel of Life." This wheel is a great visual to see how their life is "rolling along."This life asse

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