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Winter Olympics History DIGITAL Escape Room: Amazing Race Breakout
Your students' applications have been selected to participate in the Winter Olympics edition of The Amazing Race! They will complete challenges in this completely PAPERLESS adventure to learn about the history of the Winter Olympic Games around the world and reach the ultimate destination, the 2018
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My Brother Sam is Dead Hyperdoc Project
This HyperDoc is designed for use on a computer or tablet to be completed with the reading of the book "My Brother Sam is Dead" by James and Christopher Collier. It includes questions and activities for each chapter, some based on the book and some based on videos and articles hyperlinked within thi
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Webquest or Internet Scavenger Hunt  Grades 5-10
The goal of this webquest lesson is to build your students' research skills and their ability to find reliable resources when asked to research a topic. This is an internet scavenger hunt. Students answer the questions by using a search engine to locate the requested information. There are a varie

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Chains Hyperdoc Project
Included in this HyperDoc are questions and activities designed to aid and deepen comprehension and spark critical thinking—all in line with Common Core—while reading the novel Chains. Perfect for iPads or Chromebooks, more than 50 hyperlinks are included in this PDF, so your students are just click
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Because of Winn-Dixie Hyperdoc
This HyperDoc is designed to be used on a computer or tablet (perfect for iPads or Chromebooks) while reading Because of Winn-Dixie. Included in this PDF are questions and activities designed to aid and deepen comprehension and spark critical thinking—all in line with Common Core. More than 25 links
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St. Patrick's Day DIGITAL Escape Room: Irish History Amazing Race Breakout
Totally Paperless! Visit 5 mystery locations across Ireland and Northern Ireland learning about Irish culture and history in this digital escape room! NOTE: This product does not go in depth into St. Patrick's life or history. Students learn at the first location that St. Patrick's day was origina
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Indiana Spies: A WebQuest
Indiana Spies is a WebQuest designed for fourth grade students but could be utilized in other grades as well. It is created for authentic learning through student exploration while using higher order thinking skills to complete 4 tasks that lead to a final project. Students will imagine they are s
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St. Patrick's Day Webquest
Students can easily follow the links at edyoucational.weebly.com to complete this Saint Patrick's Day webquest. Comprehension and critical thinking. Answer sheet and website included . Enjoy!
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WebQuest:  "I Need a Hero"  Newly Updated!
Newly Updated!! This fun, engaging, and informative WebQuest allows the students time to explore and discover what it is to be a hero. The WebQuest has many activities that enable the students to practice higher-level thinking and problem-solving. Students need to hire a superhero for Hometown,
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Explore Jamestown Colony – A Webquest
Students learn about Jamestown, Virginia in several ways. - This gives the history of the Jamestown Settlement - It has a game to create a colony and see if your choices were good or bad for the colony. - Students create a fort for the colony Created by CC Fisher. Other History Lessons The Mid
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Australia Day WebQuest - Discover the past, present and future of Australia Day
Australia Day WebQuest - Discover the past, present and future of Australia Day *Updated with 2019 event links*To complete their quest for knowledge, students navigate through the past, present and future, learning about the European and Aboriginal history behind Australia Day, exploring modern day
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Evaluating Web Sites - WebQuest Application & Infographic Project
In this lesson, students learn more about how to critically view and judge the validity and trustworthiness of a web site. Included with the lesson is a Webquest to learn about some of the criteria to evaluate on a web site with questions that require reading and critical thinking skills as they le
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Immigration WebQuest- Journey via Ellis Island (role play, travel through time)!
Students take on immigrant perspectives and keep diary entries written in first person as they use strategically selected Internet links to historical primary sources such as journals, letters, newspapers, artwork, and interviews to help them understand immigration in America from 1890-1925. Studen
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NASA Apollo Moon Landings Webquest Worksheet
Using Google Moon, students will explore the Apollo moon landings. The worksheet provided has students use Google Moon to find information about the successful Apollo moon landings. It then lists a series of questions based on the information found there. This is a fantastic resource for interacti
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Great Wall of China Webquest
Webquest - Great Wall of China Fun way for students to undertake a webquest about the Great Wall of China. Students simply go to the link then roll a die and complete the matching activity. There are two dice games in this pack. The first game the students read the information about the Great Wall
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Fun Facts about Columbus Day WebQuest / Internet Scavenger Hunt
In this lesson, students learn fun facts about Columbus Day as they complete a WebQuest (Internet Scavenger Hunt) to answer questions about the topic. A complete answer key is provided for easy grading, along with resources for both teachers and students. Two versions of the WebQuest are included
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Latitude and Longitude Webquest or Internet Scavenger Hunt  Grades 5-10
The goal of this webquest lesson is to build your students' research skills and their ability to find reliable resources when asked to research a topic. This is an internet scavenger hunt. Students answer the questions by using a search engine to locate the requested information. There are a varie

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The Berlin Airlift -The Cold War-Webquest
The Berlin Airlift could be called the first battle of the Cold War. During this search, your students use a variety of strategies and skills that will prepare them to do research using the internet as they learn how western countries delivered much-needed food and supplies to the city of Berlin. T
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World Travel Inquiry Unit
Inquiry activity for use on Chromebooks, iPads, iPad, computer. Students will have a blast planning a vacation to another country using this easy to follow inquiry plan that has about 7 different parts, taking about a week, total, or 3-4 hours, depending on how you teach it. I always start with a wo
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Reaganomics - Webquest
This is a simple Webquest that requires students to examine both primary and secondary sources to research deeper into Ronald Reagan's economic policies of the 1980's. There are also critical thinking questions that require students to use the information they have learned to contextualize, evaluate
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DBQ: Life of a Japanese-American Child Living in an Internment Camp during WW2)
Using PRIMARY Sources in the Classroom. A DBQ activity uses primary sources. Sources can include diaries,posters, music, news articles from the time, anything written by those who participated in or witnessed an event in history. Students review the given documents and use many cognitive skills in p
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Biomes Webquest
This is a 17 page Power Point webquest to help students become "MASTERS OF THEIR BIOME". The end product is a Power Point presentation created by the students and an additional project to be displayed. The teacher's name and grade can easily be adjusted to reflect your own. This will lead them throu
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Then and Now - Comparison of Popular Musicians
An assignment I did with my music appreciation class. I came up with a list of 25 musician pairs that had similar styles; one of pair was an older (usually deceased) musician or group, and the second was a more modern popular musician. I paired Caruso with Josh Groban, Michael Jackson with Bruno Mar
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Berlin Wall-The Cold War-Webquest
The Berlin Wall was built by the communist government of East Berlin in 1961. The wall separated East Berlin and West Berlin. During this search, your students use a variety of strategies and skills that will prepare them to do research using the internet as they learn about the history of the wall
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