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Be the Change: A Service Learning Research Project for Grades 7-12
Our students CAN make a difference in their own lives, their school, and their community, so why not challenge them to do so with a new project?BE THE CHANGE is your solution! Designed with the Genius Hour methodology in mind, Be the Change is an inquiry-based, research-driven long-term project in
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Nonfiction Close Reading - September 11 Memorial Museum
Nonfiction Close Reading - September 11 Memorial Museum This fall, reflect on the history of September 11th with your students. This nonfiction close reading focuses on a National Public Radio article titled "At September 11 Museum, Promises to the Future About the Past” and makes connections with

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Nonfiction Close Reading - How Thanksgiving Became a National Holiday
Nonfiction Close Reading - How Thanksgiving Became a National Holiday This nonfiction close reading focuses on the New York Times article titled "How the Civil War Created Thanksgiving” and makes connections with excerpts from President Abraham Lincoln's Thanksgiving proclamation. After reading, st

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Pet Unit Informative Writing, Journal Prompts, and Project Ideas
This packet has a writing activity that will help K-2 students write to inform or explain while using their imagination! After reading descriptions online of animals at your local animal shelter, your students can try their hand at writing descriptions themselves! The forms have students fill in i
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Nonfiction Close Reading - Election Day Voting
Nonfiction Close Reading - Election Day Voting This Election Day, teach your students more about voting, polling, elections, and democracy. This nonfiction close reading focuses on a National Public Radio article titled "Why Are Elections on Tuesdays?” and makes connections with excerpts from Presi

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World Without Fish by Mark Kurlansky Book Club Discussion Guide
Included are 53 questions that can be used to complete a book club or literature circle on World Without Fish by Mark Kurlansky. These questions can also be used as study guide questions or for a quiz. You may also enjoy the following products: I Am Malala WebquestI Am Malala Book Club Discussion
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Community Service / Non-Profit Organization Webquest
This webquest is great supplement to a community service unit. Students visit the websites of 5 national non-profit organizations and answer questions about the mission and impact of the organizations. There are 30 questions in total including fill in the blank questions and short answer question
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10 Favorite Arabic Expressions
These 10 expressions/phrases are used on a daily basis. It includes: greeting, apologizing, thanks, congrats and polite phrases. If you are interested to learn Arabic or want to visit Arab country you need to know these expression, how can be used and when. http://www.everyday-arabic.com/2013/12/10
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The Issue of Child Labor: The Labor Behind the Label
Looking for a current event? A global issue captured in today's headlines? A way to make a difference through community service? An issue that will inspire and bring out the best in your students? THE ISSUE OF CHILD LABOR: THE LABOR BEHIND THE LABEL is the answer. This unit puts students on the
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Nubs: The True Story of a Mutt, a Marine and a Miracle: Character Traits Writing
This resource is a supplement to use with your humane education unit and the picture book, Nubs: The True Story of a Mutt, a Marine, and a Miracle. After reading through the story and having a classroom discussion, students will be able to determine vocabulary from context clues, write a short summa
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A Child Called It Study Guide and Service Learning Activities
This study guide to accompany Dave Pelzer's A Child Called It features discussion/short answer questions to go with each chapter, a character chart, notes sheets for important novel notes and themes. Included with the study guide are pre-reading activities including musical activities and an antici
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Nonfiction Close Reading - Pearl Harbor Day, Few Veterans Survive
Nonfiction Close Reading - Pearl Harbor Day, Few Veterans Survive A perfect activity for Veterans Day, Memorial Day, or National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, This nonfiction close reading focuses on the New York Times article titled "Pearl Harbor Still a Day for the Ages, but a Memory Almost Gone”

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HEART Humane Education: Real Stories of Food Justice Advocates (Gr. 6-8)
Students will research specific concerns related to the negative impact food production has on people, animals, and the environment. They will read about the work of a few modern-day food justice advocates and the strategies that they are implementing to improve the working conditions of farmworkers
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Do-Bee Goode and the Baby Food Drive
This book was written and illustrated by the Kindergarten Kids, with the help and guidance of Sandy Warrick. The children came up with the idea of writing this book in order to encourage other classrooms to join us in the worthy cause of collecting baby food for the homeless and working poor famili
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HEART Humane Education: The Cost of a T-Shirt (Gr. 6-8)
By looking at the way a t-shirt is produced, youth will consider the impact that low-cost, low-quality, mass produced clothing has on people, animals, and the environment. Youth will explore the current impact the clothing industry has on others and the planet through readings and small group work.
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Seasonal/Holiday Nonfiction Close Reading Bundle
Whether it is fall, winter, spring, or almost summer, these nonfiction readings will have students closely examining the text for evidence. Engage your students in interesting holiday/seasonal articles with rigorous CCSS-aligned, text-based questions followed by suggested after reading activities. P
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Sample Communication Chart - Nurses Chat
This is a communication chart that I made for a client with limited mobility and who would use his eyes, along with teamwork from the nurse at his residential home when expressing his needs. Colour coded by items; in addition to ease of access per item categories. Feel free to use as a template.
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Earth Day: Climate Change from the Perspective of a Soccer Ball
Earth Day: Climate Change from the Perspective of a Soccer Ball presents some major problems that can be tackled by students via their favorite toy to give Earth a voice on its day. Earth Day usually comes as an after thought, but this lesson engages student to the degree that the student's toy bec
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What's the sign?
We use this in my Life Skills class at a high school level. You can change information throughout the Power Point to have your students guess what sign the clues are talking about
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Social Activism/ Challenge Based Learning
This unit was conceived as a senior term project. Having spent the year talking about perspectives and how we form perspectives, I asked my seniors to find an issue that needed some attention--and they delivered. Using the Challenge Based Learning model (also Problem Based Learning) they developed a
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It Takes Only One Child to Raze a Village!
School Lawsuits by angry and grieving parents who have lost their children to school shootings and other violent acts, are working their way into our nation's court system, with the coming summer months being a good time for lawyers to conduct pre-trial Depositions. Violence in our schools, includi
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Change Makers: A Project-Based Fundraising Activity
This presentation simulates a fundraising project and helps your students become more globally conscious! Learn about Brazil, global poverty, meet some children who live in favelas, go on video field trips, engage in classroom discussions, activities, and much more! Your purchase goes directly to su
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Meet My New Friend
Spend time developing student writing skills with a purposeful mission to encourage cultural competency and understanding among your students. Through this lesson set students will engage with meaningful academic instruction, learn to appreciate their classmates similarities and differences, as well
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Object Attribute Flashcards
This packet contains 27 individual object attribute flashcards with images to help student determine the correct attribute addressed on the flashcard. These flashcards can be printed and used in classroom stations, independent practice or in an intervention setting.
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