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Now a complete Google Ready Distance Learning unit bundle with scope and sequence, review, and assessment resources! All resources will be provided on a links page for your to copy directly into your Google Classroom for use during distance learning!Religion is such an important aspect of the develo
Why do we study history anyway? This back to school activity is a must have for any history or social studies class! Start the first day of school (or the first lesson of any history class) with “WHY” because students always want to know why? Why am I learning about history? Why do we have to stud
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The Declaration of Independence was really just a big "break-up" letter written by the colonists to the King of Great Britain. This historical document was written to convince the world of the King's abuses and to let everyone know that the colonies no longer wanted to be in a relationship with Gre
This activity is student-centered and Common Core! First, students read a history page about the evolution of cuneiform in Ancient Mesopotamia. Then, students support the main idea of the reading with supporting text, summarize, and draw conclusions in a printable writing guide. Next, students try w
Would you like to teach STEM, COMPUTER SCIENCE, CODING, ROBOTICS and CRITICAL THINKING with absolute confidence in 2021? Discover proven teaching strategies, lesson plans, ideas and resources providing a wealth of information on this innovative and engaging area of the curriculum. Kevin Cummins, (M
This activity is student-centered and Common Core! First, students read a brief history about the Epic of Gilgamesh and an excerpt from the actual tale. Then, they analyze the text and draw conclusions regarding beliefs about polytheism, demigods and society in Ancient Mesopotamia. Lastly, students
CNN 10 (CNN Student News) is the perfect avenue for students to stay informed on current events. This PDF and GOOGLE DRIVE set of graphic organizer worksheets are an excellent way to analyze and summarize the current events of the day using CNN10. These various templates will help students of all ag
*Please note:  This Resource is compatible with DISTANCE LEARNING platforms such as Google Classroom, SeeSaw and Office 365.  Students can confidently WORK INDEPENDENTLY on these, or you can EDIT this unit of work to best suit your needs and share it with your own CLASSROOM.What engages kids even m
Make civics practical and exciting for students using this Social Studies simulation that allows students to experience the Legislative Branch! Students will participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process. All voice
THIS IS A MUST-HAVE FOR ANY TEACHER LOOKING TO MAKE A STUDY OF THE BUDDHISM, CONFUCIANISM, & TAOISM RELEVANT AND ACCESSIBLE FOR MIDDLE-SCHOOLERS. EASY-TO-FOLLOW, PERFECT FOR AN INTRO, DECLARATIVE LESSON, OR EVEN AS A FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT. ENJOY!***In addition to the original slides, this downl
What happens when something disrupts the ability of a system to meet the needs of the organisms within its bounds? In this activity, students will explore what that “something” might be when presented with the problem of a precipitous decline in the native tree frog population of Mayberry, Florida.I
Will it be a political party knock out? Students decide who wins based on seven rounds of political policy issues debated by the Federalists and Republicans in early American history. Students identify the political party that best represents their own opinions. This activity is common core because
An entertaining BUNDLE of unique Human-Environment Interactions resources featuring adaptations & modifications! These guided lessons are FUN for students & the 6-E teaching model is easy for you to use! Each activity includes a Teacher Reference Guide to ensure success in your classroom! T
American Revolution simulation activityHistory can be difficult for students to understand and experience. Simulations help students put themselves in the past, learning about history in an authentically engaging way. Students love simulations because they don't know what the final outcome will be.
Use Lewis and Clark's authentic journal entries to teach students about the famous expedition! Your students will evaluate the success of Lewis and Clark's journey by analyzing primary sources, recording evidence, and answering a document based question. Everything you need for a comprehensive less
This powerpoint contains a writing scaffold to help students frame their paragraphs using PEEL. Most students are familiar with PEE in their paragraphs but the L is what makes students show their understanding to a higher level.The first slide is a writing mat with the sentence starters. This can b
This Current Events Summary is an excellent tool for students to get involved with the news and the current events of the week. A simple writing format helps students find, summarize, and write opinions about current news stories and events. I find this activity to be a practical filler for variou
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
This activity is student-centered and literacy and writing focused! First, students read a brief history of the famous Alexander the Great. Then, they analyze some of his more controversial accomplishments and evaluate his "greatness". Next, students formulate an opinion and use his accomplishments
A comprehensive resource for getting your students up, moving, and thinking critically about the transcontinental railroad! Students begin the lesson by working with the vocabulary necessary for understanding the six transcontinental railroad primary source documents. Next, students rotate through
Recently updated, this activity is student-centered and Common Core! First, students read a brief history about the evolution of hieroglyphics in Ancient Egypt. Then, students support the main idea of the reading with evidence from the text. Students decipher a message and try writing like an Egypti
Sharpen your student’s critical thinking, persuasive writing, and presentation skills this with project on energy sources! This project will give your middle school students the chance to analyze the energy needs of a city and recommend two energy sources. This critical thinking activity is design
Ready or not, SBAC and PARCC are here! Are your students ready? **Now with an editable Google Document template so the students can complete their work digitally!**Also updated to more accurately prepare students by giving three different writing prompts. All students could write on the same prompt,
Now can be used with interactive Google Map! This is a comprehensive mini-bundle with tons of options to fit your personal style and class level. Teachers can choose from two printable student-centered instructional choices: an annotated timeline or stations. Students fill out a graphic organizer an

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