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Gather some information, print it onto sentence strips, and then have your class physically shuffle the cards to better understand the importance of organizational patterns in writing. Middle school learners examine information for a research topic, sort the information they found, and create a thoughtful organizational pattern.
7th - 10th English Language Arts
Students read an excerpt from the book Eleven by Patricia Reilly Giff. They answer provided questions for group discussion along themes such as family, belonging, and anger. Assignment suggestions included for math, social studies, careers, et based on reading.
4th - 7th English Language Arts
Northwest Indian Masks
Students explore the cultural importance of Native American masks. In this indigenous cultures lesson, students are first introduced to the tribal groups of the Northwest and how they used masks for medicine, religion, and entertainment. Student will then research, discuss, and construct their own masks.
5th - 7th Social Studies & History
New Review Aztec and Mayan Mythology
Here's a fresh take on a mythology unit. Use the myths of the Mayan and Aztec peoples of Mesoamerica instead of the more traditional Greek and Roman stories. This abstract suggests possible approaches and resources that can be used to craft a unit study of these fascinating cultures.
6th English Language Arts
Let's Go to Korea
Young scholars complete activities to learn about the culture and history of Korea. In this Korean study lesson, students learn facts about Korea by watching a video, complete a KWL chart, and making brochures for the topic. Young scholars also learn about Korean culture by watching a video, playing a game, and making their own games and accordion books.
4th - 6th Social Studies & History
What's In a Noun: Grammar and Usage
Nine lessons in a grammar and usage unit provide endless opportunities for drill and practice. Topics include the four types of sentences, subject and predicates, nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs and prepositions, conjunctions and interjections, as well as capitalization and punctuation.
5th - 8th English Language Arts
Title: "The Time Machine" - Topics: Science-Technology
Director George Pal’s film The Time Machine, based on H. G. Wells’ 1895 science fiction novella and starring Rod Taylor, Alan Young, and Yvette Mimieux, is the focus of a lesson that considers the consequences of time travel. Viewers ponder questions the film gives rise to, such questions as: what three books they would take to the future, the four dimensions, and the Six Pillars of Character (trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship).
7th - 12th Social Studies & History
Illustrations in Report Writing
Students create a short report using all the steps in the writing process including a bibliography. They explore different pictures that relate to their topic and download an image for the internet into their report. A helpful rubric is included and encouraged to give to students to help them successfully add all the elements to their report.
6th - 12th English Language Arts
Sample Lesson on Taking Notes
Have your middle schoolers define the terms outline, summary, paraphrase, plagiarism, citation, reference, and bibliography. They identify the main ideas, topic sentence, supporting ideas in technical writing and create note cards using direct quotes with correct citations and paraphrases.
6th - 8th English Language Arts
Journey to Topaz, a Literature Based Approach
Students view a video clip of the experiences of Japanese-Americans during World War II. They read parts of a book in which a child tells her story about living in the internment camps. They participate in a simulation activity as well.
2nd - 5th Social Studies & History
First graders listen as the book, "Try It With Triangles" is read to the class. They name the geometric shapes that they see in the story and view the Shape Vocabulary Cards as they name them from the book. They then cut out the triangles from the template to make pictures or designs by combining the triangles.
Using Citations in a Research Paper
As a prequel to a research assignment, class members explore writing citations in the modern Language Association (MLA) and American Psychological Association (APA) formats. In pairs, or individually, researchers use books and magazines to create citations on index cards.
5th - 8th English Language Arts
Students study the Gullah culture by watching a video about Gullah, Gullah Island. They discuss the customs and crafts of the people such as basket weaving, food preparation, pottery, and quilt making. While working in centers, they make a Gullah counting book, a quilt design, and model an African dance.
K English Language Arts
Picnic Field Day
Using laminated paper cookies, get your class exploring the concept of division. Read them One Hundred Hungry Ants, by Elino R.J. Princzes, and have learners model what is happening with toy plastic ants. There are many more fun partitioning activities in this plan that help teach the concept of division.
2nd - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
If the Shape Fits
Geometers juggle the idea of polygons. Using a game and manipulatives, they make trapezoids and irregular polygons. They review the algorithms for finding the areas of squares and rectangles. On day one, they find the area of trapezoids, and on day two they find the area of irregular polygons.
5th - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Keyboarding - Correcting Capitals Proofreading
Work on proofreading and editing a document with this keyboarding lesson.Youngsters are given a text with no capital letters. They proofread and retype the document adding capitals when necessary. This is designed for a keyboarding class, but could be modified for a standard language arts class as well.
4th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable