This project has students use shoes as a means of demonstrating their understanding of "The Odyssey."
They chose obstacles and motivational factors for both Odysseus and themselves. They use those factors to decorate/design a sneaker or heel.
This project is designed for students in groups of 3-5. Each student has their own job on the campaign trail. They must work together to create a cohesive campaign for one of the presidential candidates.
I used Goggle Classroom to simulate a Social
This project is a research based approach to studying serial killers. It includes directions and rubrics for a paper and presentation.
The paper requirements include biographical information, psychological disorder research, and a look at nature vs
This is a brief, end of the year assignment for government.
It asks students to examine/study a Dystopian Society and then answer a set of questions about it.
At the end students compare it to our society today and answer if we are close to a
A large project that spans about 4 days. The project has students draw a large figure and then trace in the various elements of biology that affect your thoughts and movements. Students have fun creating the project!
This project asks students to compare and transform the Cabinet into a group of people/figures from pop culture. For example: Each department could be compared to a member of the Justice League (Attorney General could be connected to Batman because
This assignment has students use anxiety and mood disorders to create a backstory for a superhero. There is an example (Batman and his fear of bats) as well as grading guidelines. It is a word document so it can easily be changed!
This editable activity asks students to complete the chart with Kohlberg's Theory of Morality Development, and then find a character from a movie, tv show, or book that is currently in each stage. There is an example included. This is a quick review