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Sixth graders tell short stories about when they had lied and also choose topics to research. In this research lesson plan, 6th graders explore how to provide a bibliography with their research by filling out a worksheet.
Students compare and contrast the Vietnamese and American plans for government. In this government systems instructional activity, students analyze and compare excerpts of the 1945 Vietnam Declaration of Independence, the Vietnam Constitution of 1992, the United States Declaration of Independence, and the U.S. Constitution. Students write analyses based on their findings.
Young scholars study honey bees by researching handouts and books. In this honey bee lesson plan, students make a comb out of polygons, learn about the 4 stages of insect development, and view how the hive hierarchy works.
Students read a book about life in the city and complete literary and reading activities. In this city life book lesson, students complete book preview activities. Students read individually with teacher coaching. Students practice fluent reading, complete a phonics focus, and text response.
Students learn skills for evaluating information they retrieve from searching book catalogs, article indexes and Web search tools. They evaluate print and Web materials that they have collected for a specific topic. Use before a research report!
Students are introduced to the culture of African American art. Using the internet, they research the events surrounding the Harlem Renaissance and discover how it produced a wide variety of art and literature. To end the lesson, by analyzing different pieces of artwork by various artists to identify the political statement in the art.
Students discuss the reasons why oil and gas are the United States' main source of energy. In groups, they use the internet to research how the resources are formed and the amount of consumption by the United States. They choose books from a reading list to identify careers in this field of study.
First graders are exposed to a variety of texts that deal with mice. The use of the library is recommended to saturate the classroom with available books. Young students work in groups with the help of the teacher to define traits and categorize them.
Tenth graders analyze organizational patterns in analytical writing by reading the book, Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss. They apply these patterns to their own writing by creating studenT books about success.
First graders examine the ways families provide basic needs to their members. They listen to the book, The Important Book, by Margaret Wise Brown, and create a flip book that demonstrates the important things about a family.
Fourth graders write a narrative or biography of an interesting story from their lives. They review the main elements of writing a story and practice writing everyday. Teachers help students put their book together.
Students study plant parts by building plants, publishing a book and observing plant growth. They observe and record the parts of a soaked lima bean in this multi-day set of lessons.
Second graders identify information from a non-fiction text on weather, by asking questions, and focusing on the text features of the book.
In this lesson, students read the book that focuses on the ascpects of citizenship/ Students imagine a scene in which each statement is actually happening. Students descirbe rights, repsonisbilities. Assess students by asking what is the difference between rights, responsibility and priviliege.
Students recognize and identify a variety of farm animals. They role-play animal movements and sounds, sing songs, listen to books, take a field trip to a farm and create a graph of the animals at the farm, create a farm animal book, and participate in a farm animal puppet show.
Students examine the life and works of Paul Laurance Dunbar. In groups, they read various poems of his and use a database to examine the covers of his books. They also discuss the criticism he faced during his life and how he dealt with them.
Students view several different types of triangles. They discuss attributes of a triangle with a partner. Students use a straw cut into pieces to create a triangle. They complete a Triangle Hunt worksheet (teacher created). Students search the room for triangles. They create a page for a class book of triangles.
Second graders explore shapes. After reading books about shapes, 2nd graders describe the properties of various shapes. They identify shapes if they have been rotated, flipped, or slid. Students create shapes using drawings and geoboards.
First graders explore Canadian history by investigating the First Nations. In this Canadian heritage lesson, 1st graders identify the contributions made by the First Nations to the country of Canada. Students collaborate to create a class book which demonstrates the legacy of the aboriginals.
Study historical events by combining the study of historical fiction and non-fiction. Learners read about true past events in historical fiction novels and then research non-fiction accounts of the same events. What are some differences they find? Compare and contrast the similarities and differences. Looking for an activity to extend this lesson? Assign each writer a specific event, and have them write a journal entry or two about the event as if they were living during that time period. 

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