This seven day unit of study emphasizes the importance of the election process in the United States. Since recent presidential elections have become divisive, students nominate and then elect a candy as the head of state of their Confectionery Country. The unit begins with students developing idea
When teaching our February units on Washington and Lincoln, it occurred to me that my students didn't really understand what the president does. I created this unit in response to that question...what does the president do anyways? This unit is filled with hands-on learning experiences, rich vocab
Are you looking for a way to introduce cultural proficiency to students? What about using the upcoming election?
Introduce this one day lesson by getting students out of their seats and acting out what it means to communicate with culturally diverse groups. Students will then be then be tasked to
1930s- Great Depression: Franklin D. Roosevelt: “The New Deal” Propaganda Lesson Plan
Objective: Identify the various New Deal Programs and define and describe those New Deal programs through the accurate use of Propaganda
Scenario: students are members of FDR’s “brain trust”. They have been plac