What are 2 things you are doing differently to prepare for this retake? (For example, are you redoing a daily assignment, reviewing your notes, reading the chapter, etc.) Please explain this below and bring in any proof demonstrating your
Overview: Everything you see, touch, use, and even hear is related to geography – the study of the world, people, places and environments. How can you possibly study such a huge amount of information in class? Where do we start? To make things
Overview: Clothing, shoes, jewelry, pens, pencils, and cell phones are common items we use on a daily basis. Not surprisingly, many of these products are not made in the United States. Small percentages are made in Canada, some products in
Overview: Students Teaching Students (STS) is an activity that is designed to give you the chance to assume the role of the “teacher” and actually “teach” a real lesson to the class.
How it works: Students will be assigned to groups. Each
Directions: Create a route map from the school to your house. Use class lecture notes and Google Earth to help create your route map. Make sure to follow the directions below. The map will need to be displayed on a piece of 12x18 sheet of white
Overview: This project is designed to help you become more knowledgeable about the culture and geography, climate, etc., of the countries of Europe. The project will be worth 50 points (see attached rubric).
Directions: Use the guidelines below
Overview: Flag vexillology is the analyzing of flags. A diverse range of colors, shapes, and symbols are represented on country flags around the world. What do these characteristics mean? Why are they significant? Follow the directions below
Directions: Create a travel brochure focused on one country in Africa – South of the Sahara. You will be using your textbook (pages 514-525), the Culture Gram Binders, and the Internet to complete the project. Use the checklist below as you
Step 6: Each of the puzzle pieces needs to have the concept (as stated below) neatly labeled and centered at the top of the puzzle piece. Below the concept, write the correct answer that fits with that concept.
This template can easily be modified to fit your writing purpose. I printed it out in poster-mode and increased the size 100%. It fills up a good size chunk of my white-board and kids love to use it as a reference. It can be modified and easily
Overview: Team projects are an important part of social studies class because they help to reinforce and apply what we are learning during specific units or chapters. Great care is taken to help students experience growth in becoming better
Overview: Now that you have a better understanding of Southern Asia, I am now hiring you to re-introduce/write about a REALISTIC historical disaster that occurred somewhere in one of the Southern Asian countries (India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh,
Lots of posters regarding paragraph writing can be overwhelming, not grade-level appropriate, and unmodifiable. This one is different! Use the basic template and tailor your image to whatever you want. I used an interesting (eye-catchy) sandwich
Overview: A fleet of multi-role super-fighter prototypes are finishing experimentation. The 182nd Airborne Detachment of the United States Readiness Force (USRF) under the command of Lieutenant Schnicklebuffle plans to hide these unmanned