This is a Powerpoint which outlines class and group discussions, and contains links to digital worksheets (which may be printed) and a "Kahoot!" quiz. This lesson works best with students who have access to a phone, tablet, or laptop.
This is a
After reading Seedfolks, students write individually to create a character. They can do this digitally in Google Docs and the teacher can combine the documents into a “Seedfolks Sequel,” or they can use a standalone program like Microsoft Word or
This is an introduction to descriptive statistics. It covers mean, median, mode, range, and standard deviation. It includes two embedded YouTube videos, and there is a link for lab practice at the end.
This PowerPoint includes discussion points as well as a "4-Corners" Activity to get the students up and moving and talking about cultural norms.
Students are asked to write a guide to cultural norms in a fictitious place (this links directly to an
This slideshow can be used as a standalone lesson on muslim stereotypes. It contains discussion questions and links to get students thinking about their own prejudices. It is suitable for grades 7-9 in one 90-minute or 2 45-minute classes.