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Westward Expansion Simulation Project
The Westward Expansion Simulation Project allows students to put themselves in the place of those who traveled the rough terrain of the Oregon Trail from Independence, MO to Oregon City. Students will be put into parties that will travel the trail together. They will each be assigned a job to be res
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Minecraft: Harvesting Solar Energy
Minecraft: Harvesting Solar Energy is a common core lesson that teaches students how solar power works and allows the students to use the Minecraft game to make a model of a house that uses solar energy. ELA and math skills are integrated into this fun activity.
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Minecraft:  Constructing a Floating Garden
Minecraft: Constructing Floating Garden is a lesson that teaches students how the Aztecs constructed their floating gardens in swampland and produced food for their population. Students will construct a model of a floating garden in the Minecraft game.
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Virtual Field Trip:  Shakespeare's London {A PreReading Simulation for 7-12}
As you’re preparing to teach one of Shakespeare’s plays, host a simulation where students take a virtual field trip to London! This half digital, half paper experience will provide students background knowledge about The Globe, costuming, architecture, Shakespeare’s birthplace, and also give student
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Foreign language dream house 4 part project
I have used this successfully in German I, but the assignment is written to apply to any language. This is a 4 part project set up around a hypothetical radio contest. Part 1, the students design a house to enter a contest. Part 2, the students won, but forgot to pay taxes and must write an ad to
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Frankenstein Closing Argument Speech
Students take on the role of either a prosecutor or defence attorney in a criminal trail based on the events from Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein. Students must determine what crimes were committed and whether these crimes are punishable. A great activity to evaluate persuasive writing technique
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Roosevelt's Four Freedoms Speech: A Presidential Press Conference
A great way to engage kinesthetic learners in reading nonfiction by having them get out of their desks and act out portions of what they have read. In this student-directed activity, students have the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms Speech through role pl
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Into Thin Air Interactive Jeopardy Unit Review Game
Students today learn best by manipulating and visualizing content. Although a staple in the review game strategies, this Jeopardy game is very different. Features: Three character contestants Three rounds, 8 categories, 40 total questions, final Jeopardy Interactive scoring (no writing necessary!
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Minecraft; The Solar Crop
Minecraft: The Solar Crop is a lesson that teaches students about solar farms and their usefulness in generating electricity on a mass scale. This activity allows students to build a model in the Minecraft game.
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Into Thin Air Everest Climbing Simulation Unit Activity
After years of tweaking, I have finally gotten to the point to share this great activity. Teaching Into Thin Air can be difficult, and I was in search of an activity that could catch my students attention. I decided to put the students in a fictional mountain climber setting. After breaking the cl
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Supplying Washington's Army Role Play: Revolution & Articles Of Confederation
The first United States Federal Government struggled to support its army during a revolution against Great Britain because it feared to possess the resource it needed most-- power. A brainstorming activity, reading, reading strategy, and whole-class role-play illustrate the Articles of Confederati
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student evaluation form for AP synthesis essays
This form helps students evaluate AP synthesis essays that have been written by other students -- the released test items. Through this evaluation process, students recognize how essays are evaluated on the AP English Language and Composition scale.
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Escape the English Classroom- Blind to Failure- English
ELAR- 9th grade- English I Escape Classroom. Students have 6 missions that they must complete as a group to get to "escape" the classroom. Missions include reading, a revise and edit sheet, vocabulary, labeling a map, answering questions, and an obstacle course. Students will be engaged during th
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Sample or Teaching Model of a Persuasive Essay with Rubric
The products contains a full persuasive essay about school how teenagers would benefit from later school start times, with a focus on middle and high schools. This can be used as a sample or teaching model essay. Writing Whiz has also included a rubric to grade student essays and notes on how to beg
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Oregon Trail Westward Expansion Simulation Project
The Westward Expansion Simulation Project allows students to put themselves in the place of those who traveled the rough terrain of the Oregon Trail from Independence, MO to Oregon City. Students will be put into parties that will travel the trail together. They will each be assigned a job to be res
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Rhetoric - SOAPS, RAFTS chart for writing
This chart can help students write in different modes as they consider the "SOAPS" elements of writing: Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, and Subject. Use this to guide students as far as "Role/Speaker" and "Format/Purpose" when coming up with writing prompts.
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Dissecting Advertising
This looks at a couple of popular advertisements and allows students to dissect them.
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Refugee Camp Project
Version 1: This project runs the length of the semester, where students slowly build their understanding of who the refugees are and where the refugees' place of origin, until ultimately culminating in the students designing their own refugee camp that meets the needs of the people, while also demon
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Scanning: A Reading Strategy
Scanning is a skill that is often overlooked! It needs to be practiced. Especially with the amount of standardized timed test our students are taking. The following is included in this product: This four-page resource is designed with the real-world in mind. It uses two pages of ads from the paper
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Human Body Corporation Debates
Fantastic constructivist curriculum unit integrating reading, research, oral communication, peer collaboration, technology, and debate with the content of the human body systems. Sure to be a motivating, memorable learning experience for elementary intermediate aged students on up through high scho
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Human Rights Fair Share Decision-Making Game and Reflection
Watch as your students scramble to make smart financial decisions over the 30 Universal Human Rights in this distant future game where they are given limited funds to design their ideal human rights balance. This game includes all 30 pages of costly decisions, their score and reflection sheet, and a
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Angles and Demons: A Journalist/Bystander/Police Simulation about Evidence
Take on the role of journalist, police on the scene of a jewelry heist, or a bystander who watched it all go down in this interactive simulation about reliable testimony and evidence. Uses gathering evidence tools, interviewing skills, and inferences to draw upon! Pack includes bystander cards, jour
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