This assignments has students search for quotes that are relevant to their ideas of culture. It includes elements of research, summarization and explanation, and MLA formatting. The provided worksheet has directions, a rubric, and organized spaced
This project has each class split in to two teams and debate how to best help the U.S. prosper. The two sides are to 1) raise the minimum wage, and 2) make higher education more accessible and affordable.
The contents include two, double-sided
English Language Arts, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Projects, Lesson Plans (Bundled), Nonfiction Book Study
This assignment is a comprehensive essay to be used at the conclusion of reading The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. While this essay should be prepared for outside of class (outline), the stated timeline has students type their final version
This project has students use their real life observations as inspiration for a fictional short story that centers around the idea of "culture." The worksheet provides directions, a rubric, and space to write the story (one page, front and back).
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Writing
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Cultural Activities
The Crucible: A Unit in American Drama
1. Act I Quiz and Key
2. Act II Quiz and Key
3. Act III Quiz and Key
4. Act IV Quiz and Key
5. Summative Test
6. Script Project: Requirements and Rubric (summative grade)
7. Cast list (by Act)
This assignment has students keep a short, three day journal about interactions at their school (or work, home, random hometown interactions, etc.) while exploring the idea of "culture." Each day provide the students with a unique prompt in case
This activity has students watch a video containing advertisements that use fallacies. After the video, students split in to groups and take a closer look at one of the fallacies mentioned. After their brief research, they will share their
English Language Arts, Other (ELA), Informational Text
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Internet Activities
This essay has students answer the question "why is poetry important" in the form of an expository essay. Included are a detailed directions page with grading rubric (page 1) and a Peer Edit Guide to use as part of the editing process (page 2).
This bundle includes the following materials for a research essay:
1) List of controversial topics with sign up page
2) Student packet including a schedule, Essay and Prezi Requirements, Essay and Prezi Rubrics, Bibliography Guide, Outline, and a
The purpose of this essay is to encourage readers to relate to Lily, the main character in Sue Monk Kidd's The Secret Life of Bees. To be most effective, it should be given BEFORE reading begins.
The page include the prompt, directions, and a lined