While researching various countries throughout the world I thought it was important for my students to understand the basics of the 5 major religions of the world. (Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism) This project allows them to
No Prep! Introduction guide to New Zealand. Students can explore this easy to use website to answer the following questions about New Zealand. Students can watch the video on the site and take the online quiz for more information!Website:
A power point discussing the Triangular Trade. Includes topics covering: - The areas involved in the trade - The ways slaves could be captured - The 3 stages of the trade (passages) - The negative effects - Rebellions against the slave trade
This project goes along with my 5 Themes of Geography Power Point. This project gives students a chance to research their favorite place using the 5 themes of geography. The directions for the project are included, while giving an example to share
A great way for your geography students to have a little fun creatively while researching various land forms and water forms! Directions and examples provided.My students loved creating their projects in a power point presentation!
This project supplements my Cold War Unit and is a creative way to get kids excited about information regarding the Berlin Wall. My students had a blast working in groups to create and explain their walls to the class!
This web-quest goes along with my World War 2 unit as I show the students the movie Dunkirk. This website gives a great introduction to the evacuation: https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/578885/Dunkirk-evacuation-World-War-Two-Germany-Britain