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Get students thinking and talking with this collection of creative and original hypothetical What Would You Do? situations from veteran English teacher Taylor Sapp. The 27 critical thinking prompts here are designed with young learners or elementary school students in mind.This is the Google Slides edition. You can also get for PowerPoint.What would you do if:your best friend stopped showering and people noticed?there was a ghost in your bedroom?you saw a dog locked in a hot car?you could only s
Get students thinking and talking with this collection of creative and original hypothetical What Would You Do? situations from veteran English teacher Taylor Sapp. The 27 critical thinking prompts here are designed with young learners or elementary school students in mind.This is the Google Slides edition. You can also get it in a PowerPoint edition . What would you do if:you had a friend who was a little too touchy-feely?you could teleport anywhere you wanted in the world?you saw a person hold
Get students thinking and talking with this collection of creative and original hypothetical What Would You Do? situations from veteran English teacher Taylor Sapp. What would you do if:your best friend stopped showering and people noticed?there was a ghost in your bedroom?you could drink a potion of immortality?you could only save one thing from your house before it was covered in lava?you had to hire an unqualified US citizen or a qualified undocumented immigrant?These prompts get students tal
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Get students thinking and talking with this collection of creative and original hypothetical What Would You Do? situations from veteran English teacher Taylor Sapp. The 27 critical thinking prompts here are designed with young learners or elementary school students in mind.This is the PowerPoint edition. You can also get it in a Google Slides edition.What would you do if:you had a friend who was a little too touchy-feely?you could teleport anywhere you wanted in the world?you saw a person holdin
Get students thinking and talking with this collection of creative and original hypothetical What Would You Do? situations from veteran English teacher Taylor Sapp. The 27 critical thinking prompts here are designed with young learners or elementary school students in mind.This is the PowerPoint version. You can also get it in a Google Slides edition.What would you do if:your best friend stopped showering and people noticed?there was a ghost in your bedroom?you saw a dog locked in a hot car?you
What's an unfinished story?An unfinished story is just what it sounds like, a story that has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write! Each story is also supported with questi
This original research and writing history project for high-school and college students has students practicing critical thinking skills and historical thinking, as well as expository and creative writing. Students take on the role of Historical Secret Agents.Their mission?To go back in time and find out what happened to the dinosaurs by reading a briefing, participating in a discussion, and then completing their mission to describe what the world was like when dinosaurs were alive, and what hap
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This original research and writing history project for high-school and college students has students practicing critical thinking skills and historical thinking, as well as expository and creative writing as they design a new American holiday.Perfect for English class, Social Studies, or History students in high-school or university, or even homeschooling. ESL and EFL students will also enjoy this introduction to American culture and history!A reading introduces some important American holidays,
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This original research and writing history project for high-school and college students has students practicing critical thinking skills and historical thinking, as well as expository and creative writing. Students take on the role of Historical Secret Agents.Their mission?To go to Loch Ness and discover what people are seeing? Is it a monster, or some kind of newly undiscovered species? Maybe it's an optical illusion or some kind of elaborate hoax.Students can "travel back in time" to any sight
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This original research and writing history project for high-school and college students has students practicing critical thinking skills and historical thinking, as well as expository and creative writing. Students take on the role of Historical Secret Agents.Their mission?To go back in time to 1603 and find out what happened to the settlers of Roanoke Island, an early settlement by the British in the New World. One of the earliest and most famous mysteries in American history, a settlement of E
This original research and writing history project for high-school and college students has students practicing critical thinking skills and historical thinking, as well as expository and creative writing. Students take on the role of Historical Secret Agents.Their mission?To go back in time to 1971 and stop infamous hijacker D. B. Cooper. And maybe discover his true identity and his motive for the crime. One of the most famous criminals in the United States, D. B. Cooper hijacked a plane and pa
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write! Each story is also supported with questions and voca
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This original research and writing history project for high-school and college students has students practicing critical thinking skills and historical thinking, as well as expository and creative writing. Students take on the role of Historical Secret Agents.Their mission?To go to Bavaria in the 18th century and join the real Illuminati society and report on the truth about this secret society. There are a lot of conspiracy theories and myths and misinformation about the Illuminati. Your studen
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This original research and writing history project for high-school and college students has students practicing critical thinking skills and historical thinking, as well as expository and creative writing. Students take on the role of Historical Secret Agents.Their mission?To go to the Singer Tract in rural Louisiana and look for the elusive ivory-billed woodpecker. This woodpecker has not been reliably documented since the 80s in Cuba, but some people think it is still alive. Students think abo
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This original research and writing history project for high-school and college students has students practicing critical thinking skills and historical thinking, as well as expository and creative writing. Students take on the role of Historical Secret Agents.Their mission?To go back in time to 1920 and investigate, hopefully prevent, the Reign of Terror-a series of over 100 murders (most unsolved to this day) of Osage people. Why? The Osage tribe had recently become the wealthiest people in the
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write!Each story is also supported with questions and vocab
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write!Each story is also supported with questions and vocab
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write!Each story is also supported with questions and vocab
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write! Each story is also supported with questions and voc
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write! Each story is also supported with questions and voca
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write!Each story is also supported with questions and vocab
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write!Each story is also supported with questions and vocab
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write! Each story is also supported with questions and voc
What's a story starter?It's just what it sounds like, a story that starts but has no end. More developed than a short writing prompt, this story prompt gives students the first part of a story that ends on a cliff-hanger. Because the story has no end, students will have to create their own drawing on their creativity. Even the most reluctant writer will find themselves sucked in with this deceptively simple method of getting students to write! Each story is also supported with questions and voca

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