# History and Pi

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Have students travel along the Silk Road and work on their bargaining skills! While students travel east and west along this famous trade route, they will have to trade with others to gain the necessary items so they can return home!
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One of the important aspects of teaching about Ancient India is learning about the Caste System. In this lesson plan, a student note sheet is provided with vocabulary words and critical thinking questions. Students are asked to compare the Caste
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Help students understand the relationship between nets and 3D figures while also learning area and surface area. Students color code their net and the 3D figure to make connections between the two figures. This includes a two day task list for
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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**Updated** 8/2017 As part of an archaeology enrichment class, students took part in several activities to decide if Atlantis was a real civilization or just a story. We watched parts of the National Geographic special "Finding Atlantis" to
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Included is a brief set of notes of how to write inequalities from a word problem. Also included are practice problems (8 one-step and 4 two-step). Provides scaffolded support that can be removed through editing the document. Requires that students
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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I used this with students as part of a consumer math unit in my special education pre-algebra class. Students worked on understanding the relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents and then applied their knowledge to real-life problems
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A great way to have your students review inequalities! Includes solving one-step and two-step inequalities, checking solutions, finding the error, graphing solutions, writing inequalities from graphs/word sentences, and recognizing the correct
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Help students learn about the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment as they move from station to station and complete graphic organizers. Students will be asked to continually make connections back to the ideas of the Renaissance and the new
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In this web quest, students are asked to complete tasks based on the History Channel's incredible interactive Civil War Website (http://www.history.com/civil-war-150) to understand why the South lost the war and if the North was destined to be the
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As part of the archaeology enrichment class I taught, I introduced students to the terra cotta warriors uncovered in China. In this powerpoint, we went over the history of how the clay warriors were found and considered what they may have been used
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Fun activity that looks at artifacts from the palace at Knossos, a part of the Minoan society. Students have the opportunity to decide what the artifacts are made from, what the artifacts could be used for, and make connections to today. Should be
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Teach your Civics or Government classes about the election process with a simulated election of your own. Hold town hall meetings and debates, create posters and ads to help get your candidate elected, and research the issues at hand. Students
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Transport your students back to the 14th century with this activity! In order to demonstrate the horror and just how rapid the bubonic plague spread, students travel to different cities in Europe where they may or may not contract the
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A fun activity that in which students must rewrite recipes in order to make enough for guests attending a party. Students must use their knowledge of multiplying fractions and mixed numbers in order to complete this activity. A great review or
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This resource is an introduction to the coordinate planes and includes the following: - Understanding Horiztonal and Vertical Number Lines - Absolute Value - Creating a scale - Evaluating expressions and graphing answers - Labeling the Coordinate
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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Explore some of the basics in art and architecture of the ancient Greeks in this fun PowerPoint. Included is information about columns, reliefs, and other art forms. Pictures included are from my own travels! A quick activity suggestion is included
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This is an interactive way to have students practice their ability to use the inverse operations (addition and subtraction) to solve one-step equations. Students are required to check his/her group members work before they may continue on with the
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Have students create a mini book about the Legislative Branch while learning about the Constitution. This powerpoint includes information about Congress as well as directions for how to make and organize the mini book.
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Help your 6th graders learn about writing and graphing inequalities with this basic note sheet. You can create a presentation from the information or have them use a textbook to fill in the information. Answers included.
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Fun Halloween activity teaching students the relationships between fractions, decimals, and percents.
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