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World War II activity.Great for World War II that forces students to think critically!Students are given five scenarios that involve World War II, the Holocaust, and its aftermath. Then they are asked to answer a series of thought provoking moral questions. Each story is based on a true event and t
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This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous landmarks, food, art, and the culture of Ireland. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on Ireland or St. Patrick's Day. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research. This slideshow also has 4
Let's get to know France! This worksheet includes 22 pages with a great variety of activities and exercises about France. The materials have informative exercises about the things that France is famous for, such as Napoleon, the French Revolution, The Louvre, the Tour de France and many other thing
Frohe Weihnachten! Are you getting ready to travel around the world this Christmas? This ebook (PDF) will be a great supplement to your Christmas Around the World unit! Christmas in Germany is full of family traditions, foods, and events that you will love learning about! You can use this to launch
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This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous landmarks, food, art, and the culture of Greece. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on Greece, the Greek language, or mythology. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research. This slideshow
Joyeux Noel! Are you getting ready to travel around the world this Christmas? This PowerPoint will be a great supplement to your Christmas around the World Unit! Christmas in France is full of family traditions, foods, and events that you will love learning about! You can use this to launch or revie
Follow the clues of the stolen Mona Lisa and see if you can determine who the real culprit was. Students will examine the top suspects in the greatest art theft in history and write about who they think took the painting.This lesson has been carefully researched for historical accuracy. The facts, s
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Spain Webquest Beginner Spanish Lesson: This lesson was created for my 7th Grade Exploratory Spanish class. Students are given a scenario and task for which they must use approved internet resources to learn about the history, basic facts, and culture of Spain.This product includes:*Lesson plan comp
Students can discover the roots of the culture in Latin America. This product includes: 2 foldables for interactive notebooks 6 pages of the history of migration and colonization of Latin America **The history is a condensed version, the main focus of this product is the culture of Latin America.
Students will learn some facts about French artist, Henri Matisse, such as his use of wild color in paintings, and his geometric and free-form shape collages. Students will see examples of his work, types of shapes, and then will make their own shape collage. Also included is a worksheet for student
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Today I bring a new resource, which helped me a lot to give the topic "Bullfights" to my students. This is a very interesting topic and very related to Spanish culture. I really noticed them very excited. This resource is ideal for distance learning. It includes: p1: - Interview with opinions for a
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Breakout games are a great way to get your students excited about learning. A digital breakout is even better - no locks to deal with and no papers to hide! This digital breakout is about the French Revolution. Students will learn about the Marseillaise, Marie Antoinette, the execution of Louis XI
The Italy Unit Study is a comprehensive lesson plan for the classroom or homeschool. It is based on a cross-curricular approach to learning, covering topics such as geography, math, language arts, science and foreign language to name a few. Included in the Italy Unit Study is a suggested schedule o
Who doesn't want an excuse to wear a crown in class?! After learning the difference between democracies and monarchies, students can decorate their crown with jewels and fill their "constitution" with descriptions of their own government. So fun!*Also includes a bonus idea: a photo of a monarchy anc
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Your students will learn some of the background history of the Eiffel Tower as well as step-by-step directions on how to draw the Eiffel Tower. This lesson is simple and fun. I've done this lesson with kindergarten and third grade before and both ages have been very successful at it. It's a hit ye
Students are directed through eight lessons to learn about the history and events at Ellis Island.Students will:*Gain knowledge concerning the location of Ellis Island, and discover who Samuel Ellis was*Learn that due to the war the island was used for other purposes*Learn about the construction of
Feliz Navidad! Are you getting ready to travel around the world this Christmas? This ebook will be a great supplement to your Christmas Around the World unit! Christmas in Mexico is full of family traditions, foods, and events that you will love learning about! You can use this to launch or review
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This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous landmarks, food, art, and the culture of Scotland. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on Italy. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research. This slideshow also has 4 questions at the end o
This is a comprehensive template for students to use while researching a country. Includes: - Glossary of important geography terms - Blank dictionary to fill in while researching - Research covers: food, clothing, transportation, shelter, celebrations, traditions, religion, animals, interesting f
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This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous landmarks, food, art, and the culture of Ukraine. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on Ukraine. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research. This slideshow also has 4 questions at the end
This document compares 2 articles: 1 about the Holocause, and 1 about the Genocide in Rwanda. The Holocaust article comes from Heraldnet and the Genocide from cbs.com. I did not write the articles. This is a good way for students to see how elements of the Holocaust are still present in society.
This lesson allows students to watch a video showcasing the arrival of Jews to Auschwitz while answering relating questions. Students will take a virtual tour/trip to Auschwitz, which is free, to view Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II, and the railroad ramp. Students will answer questions on the virtual tou
Are you a French teacher in a bind? Often, it can be very difficult to make substitute plans for a foreign language class. We want our students to be able to answer the questions without feeling the need to translate. These packets are ready for you to print and go when you are in need of an emergen
**Updated March 2020**Canada is a country with many interesting and diverse cultures. This immigration project is an excellent way to enhance your students’ understanding of immigration, but also spark their creativity and imagination. This project asks students to choose an immigrant group and wr

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