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Students make a book about different animals (made as a team). Students take pictures of animals at the zoo. Students research and write papers about an animal. Students work together to make a book about all of these animals.
Sixth graders create a bibliography. For this capitalization lesson students write a bibliography for a research project. Students use a Bibliography Entry worksheet for guidance.
Middle schoolers practice the various processes used in researching and writing a biographical research paper, including brainstorming, notetaking, outlining, creating a bibliography, and writing the final draft.
Second graders conduct experiments with rocks to observe weathering. They read books, examine websites and watch a video to examine how rocks break down into soil.
Students begin the lesson by reading a book on film study. After watching the movie "Citizen Kane", they work together to identify the issues concerning the United States before World War II. As a class, they discuss how the ideas and views of the directors make their way into a film.
Students choose a famous contemporary person to research. The research paper involve visiting a library, finding and copying information, identifying what is valuable, writing a title page, outline, bibliography, and 3 pages of text with endnotes.
Fifth graders complete a unit of lessons on North, South, and Central America. They conduct research on a selected country, draw a map, develop graphs, construct a flag, create a picture book, and develop a Powerpoint presentation.
Students create a list of items with indented text block definitions in an HTML document. They produce a bibliography with a definition list.
Students distinguish between primary and secondary sources. They study about fact, opinion, and recognize bias. Students find out if information is accurate or not and report on it. For the final project students create an annotated bibliography that goes along with their "My Place in Time project.
Students create a nonfiction animal magazine. In this nonfiction writing instructional activity, students use nonfiction books and the Internet to collect facts about a specific animal. Students combine their research notes and create a classroom animal magazine.
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. The scripted unit includes a culminating activity, handouts, worksheets, a bibliography, and an assessment.
Fifth graders read a variety of books about the experiences of slaves during the Civil War. As a class, they use a map to identify the free and slave states and discuss what they already know about slavery. To end the lesson, they discover how attitudes towards African Americans took time to change and examine the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s.
Young scholars research world culture by collaborating on a performance with their class. In this harmony lesson plan, students practice using singing techniques to accompany the voices of their classmates and create melodies from a list of different songs. Young scholars read music books and listen to sample songs from around the globe before performing their own versions.
Fifth graders apply the ABC format to write books about various states. They identify important people, places, and events and include title. copyright, and dedication pages. They have items for all letters and createcovers and "about the author" pages.
Third graders identify the living and non living things in a book read aloud and discuss the interactions represented in the book. Then, they research and include a list of food that each animal needs in an ecosystem. Finally, 3rd graders observe their mini-ecosystems or artificial habitats for at least a couple of weeks, recording daily observations in their science journals.
Third graders read several Magic School Bus books, compile list of criteria for good places to visit, research two possible destinations for magic field trip, and prepare and deliver presentation to "convince" classmates to choose his/her place as next adventure destination.
Students write a thesis paper about the Holocaust. In this Holocaust lesson plan, students use books and the internet to take notes and research a Holocaust topic and write a research paper about it.
High schoolers read and analyze information related to the book Island of the Blue Dolphin. They select appropriate information for the purpose of investigating part of the book.
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.
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.