This is a cross-curricular unit plan for the Christmas Truce of 1914. This event took place between the British and German troops along the western front trenches in France. It is explained to students using a variety of media types: readings, videos, and songs. This resource contains individual PDF
This is a study guide for the movie "Ever After," which I use in my freshman World History class to wrap up our unit on the Scientific Revolution and The Enlightenment. It is meant to be viewed as a metaphor, rather than as completely historically accurate. It demonstrates the uses of logic and scie
Welcome Grade 4 Social Studies Teachers
• The following research project has been created using the Ontario grade 4 Social Students curriculum documents.
• The finished research project will address every overall and specific expectation for the grade 4 social students curriculum – Ancient Civiliz
Students will use cartoons as a launching point to explore a country, including geography, economy, culture, language, and more.
This packet includes all applicable links to online resources, links to printable resources, comprehension worksheets, a creative assignment, and two mini-quizzes with a
This is a fill-in-the-blank handout that students will complete while watching Steven Pinker's Ted Talk: "Is the world getting better or worse? A look at the numbers". There are 15 fill-in-the-blank questions in the order of the video and one open-ended question at the end. This lesson can be use