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Have your students research some amazing women in history and then connect it with a STEM project. In this project, students first research a historical woman and then compose a composition about that woman. ***Includes a rubric Students then have an option to complete a STEM challenge that direc
This rubric can be used to assess students on a five-paragraph essay after viewing the film Hidden Figures. This assignment requires students to write a five-paragraph essay, which requires an introductory paragraph, a paragraph on Katherine Johnson, a paragraph on Dorothy Vaughan, a paragraph on Ma
Use project based learning planning to help students research a biographical figure important to History.
Students can download and complete the social media profile using Microsoft Word or print and complete. Template includes space for a profile picture, homepage picture, status, posts, friends and denied friend requests, advertisements, and web history. I have also included a rubric to be used! **Yo
This rubric can be used to efficiently grade a student's project on an individual throughout history. This rubric can also be easily edited for any project within the curriculum. This rubric has been used for Black History Month, Presidents, Women's History, and Historical Figures. keywords--rubr
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Do you want to integrate more timely and essential discussions about current events, but you don't feel like you are the expert? Let's listen to the experts. This podcast episode is called "A #MeToo Moment in the Military" and it details two #MeToo cases in the military. It may be distressing for
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Are you looking for a self-guided research project for notable Women in History? Then this project is just for you!Use this research project to guide your students through the research process. Students will create a timeline of important events, identify key information about their notable contrib
This project is a compilation of several components I used during Women's History Month in my language arts class. It involves, research, creativity, writing, typing, and presenting. It teaches students the format an essay should be written in, including using a thesis statement. It allows their cre
Engage your students by presenting them with a design challenge in honor of Women's History Month. Narrative (Problem Statement): The United States Postal Service is adding a new selection of postage stamps to commemorate Women's History Month. Design Statement: Design a postage stamp to honor an
Provide your students the opportunity to learn about a hero of the women's rights movement with this research guide, designed to shepherd learning from the planning process to a polished essay through the use of L-EA’s thoughtfully scaffolded activities. A “10-second sub plan” (just print and drop o
Students will be able to read the text, answer comprehension and vocabulary questions and create a product using a rubric.Product ChoicesChoose one to complete for 15 points 1. Compare and contrast: Civil War Poster and Police Recruitment Poster. Print one of each and write about the purpose, audie
Bring excitement to the research process by allowing students to have choices in their learning. The Tic Tac Toe approach has moved into the 21st century with options that have students mixing traditional projects like magazine collage with digital design. Students will be highly engaged as they con
March is the time of year to celebrate all of the accomplishments women have made around the world. This Women's History Month project is focused on the life and accomplishments of Harriet Tubman. When you download this resource I will provide you with:A Character Traits Chart for interactive notebo
Who is she? What has she done? What would she do? It is Women’s History Month! Throughout time, women have changed history. Your job is to pick one of these trailblazing women and research them! You will then make a presentation to teach the class all about them. There is one catch- don’t tell anyon
In this you will receive access to 3 self reflections, a research and presentation rubric as well as instructions and templates for a Women's History Month project.
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Bring excitement to the research process by allowing students to have choices in their learning. The Tic Tac Toe approach has moved into the 21st century with options that have students mixing traditional projects like magazine collage with digital design. Students will be highly engaged as they con
Can be used for any subject. I myself used it for a Gifted and Talented Art class and for a Mural Art Elective as an opening lesson.
The project that goes with this rubric is for sale in my store. Thank you for supporting my work!
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2-page assignment guide, expectations, and rubric for a Woman's History Month project: interview.
This rubric can be used to host a poetry comptetition with your students on the topic of women. I created this rubric to judge submissions to a women's history month poetry contest at my school. I hope it can be useful for another educator and their students.
This project is for students to gain more information about the women who have contributed to mathematics. Students will create a text message to send in their class group chat. Their message must include: The woman's name, date of birth and date of death (if applicable), 3 facts/contributions to ma

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