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Ecology Mystery: The Case Of The Silent Night (MS-LS2-4)
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.
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Speech Writing and Memorial Design
Want a lesson that makes learning relevant for Veterans Day or Memorial Day? Let students honor veterans and other heroes with this lesson and speech writing activity after a close reading of the speech, “The Gettysburg Address" (or other selected speech). This lesson uses mentor texts as models fo

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The Fall of the Roman Empire + Assessments
The article is an illustrated overview featuring the reasons for the Fall of the Western Roman Empire - Political, Military, Economic, and Social. The Paragraph Assignment instructs the student to select 3 of the most important reasons for the Fall of Rome and explain the importance of their select
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Project Based History:What Is It Like To Be An Archaeologist? (6-8)
IF COMING UP WITHan interesting way to teach your 6-8 graders about archaeology is difficult for you, look no further. What Is It Like to Be an Archaeologist? is a project based learning activity for your collaborative groups that is enticing, challenging and fun. When you see your kids being a
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Expository essay writing - content area middle school writing lesson
Head off badly-organized, meandering essays at the beginning of the year. This one day lesson clarifies the expectations for a well-organized essay, including the perpetually difficult introductory and concluding paragraphs. If you have ever had to review with your middle or high school students wha
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Middle School Life Science- Plant Survival
This lesson is compatible with the Middle School Next Generation Science Standards* MS-LS1-5 where students are asked to “[c]onstruct a scientific explanation based on evidence for how environmental and genetic factors influence the growth of organisms” and MS-LS1-6 where students are asked to “[c]

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Ancient Rome - "The Destruction of Pompeii" + DBQ Assessments
"The Destruction of Pompeii" tells the story of Pompeii's end and exposes students to primary and secondary history sources, as well as, asks them to make a decision, in a paragraph, about why some residents chose not to flee the volcanic eruption. Multiple Common Core-Aligned DBQ Assessments inclu
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US History Middle School Lesson Plan: Bacon's Rebellion
This 60 minute lesson plan helps students answer the following questions. Handout for reading included! Grab and go! Key Lesson Questions For Students to Answer During This Lesson• Who was Nathaniel Bacon?• What were the causes of Bacon’s Rebellion?• Explain the relationship between the colonists a
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Argument Essay - Scaffolded
The Scaffolded Argument Essay allows the student to divide the Argument Essay into separate paragraphs by scaffolding each paragraph. Included with the Scaffold is a page of Sentence Starters, for citing sources, commentary, transitions, counter- arguments, and conclusions. Also included is a Scori
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Was Jefferson a Hypocrite? An Investigation and Essay Activity, including text
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, the Declaration of Independence, and publicly acknowledged that slavery was “a great political and moral evil.” Yet the same man who wrote that all men were entitled to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” acquired and maint
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"Mongol Invasions of Japan" + DBQ and Argument Essay - Assessments
Two articles explain the Mongol Invasions of Japan in the late 13th Century. Students are to read them and respond to the following prompt with an Argument Essay: "Some say that the Japanese were fortunate that, first a tropical storm, and later a typhoon, spoiled the two Mongol invasions. They po
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Across the Curriculum Informational Text 4th-8th Grade KWLA Chart
This “KWLA Chart” is appropriate for reading comprehension and writing instruction in grades 4th-8th. (Two materials, 1st-3rd and 4th-8th, are provided and can be purchased for diverse students and grade levels.)The “KWLA Chart” material is unique, with four interactive formats. Student friendly map
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Why Religion?
Today there are countless global religions and belief systems. Many are several thousands of years old. Why did religion develop? You can help your students get some ideas about the origin of religious belief by using The Big Myth website (http://www.bigmyth.com/2_eng_myths.htm) and the following
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