Affection, Attraction, and Friendship Teacher Resources
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Puberty/Adolescence, Day 4: "Will I Fit in?"
What are healthy friendships? What makes a friendship unhealthy? There are several worksheets for your high schoolers to do to answer some of these questions and more about their friends and ideas about friendship. Inspire some great conversations with your class, who will definitely have something to say about the topic.
9th - 10th Health
A Friend, Starting With You!
Students examine and identify their own positive character traits and friendship skills and how to make new friends. They discuss the importance of friendship, listen to the book "The 329th Friend," and create an invitation for a new potential friend to eat lunch with them.
K - 5th Social Studies & History
New Review Let’s Be Friends
Introduce positive social skills and friendship to young learners with this wonderfully designed eight-lesson unit. It includes several activities to help learners identify positive attributes, build empathy, and understand the qualities of a good friend.
4 mins 2nd - 3rd 21st Century Skills CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Understand Your Depression
What are the warning signs of depression? What contributes to and maintains this disorder? Learners answer several short-answer questions regarding depression using a well-designed student packet. The lesson concludes by considering the various triggers and strategies for healing and challenging self-depressed thinking habits.
7th - 12th Health CCSS: Adaptable
Land Purchases in U.S. History
Go back in time and do the math for the major land purchases in US history. An activity testing skills in scientific notation and exponent rules allows learners to research the three major land purchases and use those findings for their calculations.
8th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed
An Approach to Chemistry via the Analysis of Art Objects: The Scientific Method, Laboratory Safety, Light and Color Theory
Young scholars create a painting that clearly exemplifies the use of primary pigments to make secondary pigments. They demonstrate the distinction between value and saturation. They explain the affect of adjacent colors on each other and discuss Wright's use of color in The Blacksmith's Shop.
9th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
The Math in the Design and Building of Bridges
Research various types of bridge designs. Your class will be asked to consider what it would be like without bridges while learning about how they work. They will construct a model bridge based on given parameters. They then calculate cable circumferences, length and thickness.
7th - 11th Math
Students brainstorm the causes of breakdowns in relationships, learn the main factors of interpersonal attraction and discuss these factors through learning from each other. Students also explore how the pressures of having a busy life can affect relationships and to what extent can a break up be friendly.
Higher Ed Social Studies & History
Students are asked: How can rumors affect possible relationships?, How can a celebrity romance help the careers of those involved?, and Are celebrity relationships doomed from the start? Students are then divided into groups to see if they agree to the following questions: What are the most important factors in forming a relationship?
5th - 8th Social Studies & History
New Review 501 Writing Prompts
Never again will you need to worry about coming up with a writing prompt! This packet contains, as it says, 501 prompts that are suitable for fourth graders on up. The prompts are paired into four categories (persuasive, expository, narrative, and literary response), and each category comes with a general rubric and a set of sample essays.
4th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Literature Circle Guide: The Sign of the Beaver
A thorough, straightforward guide for organizing literature circles in your unit on Elizabeth George Speare's The Sign of the Beaver is both enriching and educational. It includes activities that activate prior knowledge, discussion questions about characterization and plot, and projects after kids have finished reading.
4th - 7th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
New Review The Freedom Rides of 1961
Young historians explore the Freedom Rides of the civil rights movement with an engaging PowerPoint presentation, primary and secondary source analysis, and a viewing of a PBS documentary called "Freedom Riders." They will conclude by working in teams to design a youth summit teaching their peers about the Freedom Rides.
8th - 11th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Puberty Adolescence: Will I Fit In?
Young scholars evaluate human health by identifying pubescent changes. In this sexual maturity activity, students identify the importance of waiting until the appropriate age to have sexual intimacy. Young scholars complete a worksheet based on puberty vocabulary terms and social circles.
9th - 10th Visual & Performing Arts
Disguises and role playing are the focus of a resource that uses Shakespeare’s As You Like It, Twelfth Night, and Henry IV, Part I, to demonstrate how we all play many parts in our lives; how we all are “merely players.” The many activities ask class members to work in groups, pairs, and individually to create roles and reflect on the implications for the characters and themselves.
9th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Character... My Foundation
Students participate in a instructional activity examining the concept of character and how it is the foundation of lasting human relationships. They examine character traits that are considered positive and then define the differences between personality and character.
6th - 8th Social Studies & History
New Review Middle Level Writing with Integrated Reading and Oral Language
Imagine everything you need to teach writing in one packet! Designed to augment instruction in language arts classes, the lessons, activities, and exercises contained in this packet employ AVID methodologies to help learners develop their literacy skills.
6th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Rise of the Silla Kingdom: Native Traditions and Cultural Diffusion
Students consider how the location of Korea has contributed to cultural diffusion. In this Korean history lesson, students investigate the rise of the Silla Kingdom. Students compare the accomplishments of the Silla Kingdom to those of classical Greece and Rome.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History
Women at the Crossroads
Students examine the evolution of women's rights in Korea. In this Korean history lesson, students read 5 articles pertaining to women's lives under the Silla, Koryo, and Choson kingdoms. The articles also make reference to Japanese rule of Korean women as well as the modern era.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History