This is a short 15 question viewing guide for the TV show Time Warp Trio. The show focuses on three boys who time travel to the period of the Mongols and the great Genghis Khan. The video illustrates for the students the way of the ancient Mongol
This is a simple 3 category rubric used to assess informative writing. It is aligned to the writing and language Common Core Standards including Writing 2,2b,9 and ELA Literacy L9-10.6. The 3 categories include Focus (topic), Development (content),
Bellwork is used to start the class off after the bell has rung. Bellwork can be a question, riddle, or problem.
The worksheet allows students to review or preview the learning target in a low stakes atmosphere. The students have the time and
Worksheet includes thinking questions and vocabulary words to define for a world religions unit.
The thinking questions may be used as a Think-Pair-Share activity and/or an opening discussion for a world religions unit.
This assignment has two different writing prompts for students to pick from. It focuses on what the philosophy of Confucius teaches and centers around. The first prompt asks the students to apply Confucianism to their lives and the second uses a
This essay quiz includes three questions and one extra credit question. The first question asks students to compare and contrast two political cartoons centered around 19th century immigration. The second question asks students to answer one of
Standards based test or quiz to be used with the teaching of social hierarchies and governments. The quiz has 4 sets of 4 questions based off of the following "I Can" statements:
I can identify and explain social issues that spurred revolutions