Carnival Teacher Resources
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In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students respond to 12 identification questions about famous festivals that occur in the world. Students have 3 minutes to finish the timed quiz.
In these 4 vocabulary unit worksheets, students create compound words, complete word puzzles, finish sentences with the proper words or phrase, and match pictures to the proper word.
in this months and seasons worksheet, learners write the names of the months in the 4 seasons, and write the names of holidays/festival associated with each season. Students list types of clothing, foods eaten and festivals celebrated in spring.
In this map activity worksheet, students determine which countries are shown on a set of 16 maps, then read facts about each country designed to help with a report on that country.
In this filling forms activity activity, 5th graders color the picture and fill in the information requested to get a bookmark from the Hong Kong Museum of History.
Students are introduced to about Caribbean culture through the preparation and sampling of Caribbean food, as well as become familiar with Caribbean folk songs and poetry. They also experience blindness in order to form a deeper understanding of the novel Timothy of the Cay.
Learners engage in a literature study in order to comprehend the times of the Japanese during World War II. Specifically they look at the life of a little girl named Sadako in Hiroshima and how she overcomes her deadly disease of Leukemia.
Students explore and research about the traditional pony round-up on Assateague Island, Virginia. They read the classic book, "Misty of Chincoteague and then create a three-dimensional illustration of the pony-penning events.
High schoolers identify the distinction between literal and figurative language with a focus on metaphors. They complete a metaphor analysis chart, then practice expanding metaphors by composing their own comparisons of elements of the theater to aspects of life. Next, they read a poem using metaphors and answer the given questions.
In this world cultures learning exercise, students research information and answer questions about festivals around the world. This learning exercise gives detailed information on how to do the Internet research. This learning exercise was generated in the U.K.
Students increase consciousness of the history of Canadian success in figure skating and appreciate the pioneers of figure skating in Canada; to examine their accomplishments in their historical context.
High schoolers consider the importance of appreciating a different culture in connection with the language associated with it. They explore how international politics, celebrations and relations are affected by language and culture.
Students create Mardi Gras floats from shoeboxes to illustrate the Six Pillars of Character. In this character education lesson, students discuss Mardi Gras and famous celebrations. Students make floats out of shoeboxes to illustrate the Six Pillars of Character. Students work in groups to complete the floats.
For this ESL reading skills worksheet, students read a tex about the Notting Hill Carnival and complete a matching vocabulary activity, complete sentences and write about a carnival or celebration in their country.
Is the death penalty constitutional? To prepare for a Structured Academic Controversy (SAC) activity on this topic, partners brainstorm questions and read primary source documents to find answers to their questions. Groups are then assigned a position and argue for or against the legality of the death penalty. At the conclusion of the SAC, individuals craft their own position statement, supporting their argument with evidence drawn from the discussion and the source materials
Nearly anything can inspire art. Analyze The Blue Room by Susanne Valadon to help your learners understand that art is everywhere. They'll discuss the line, shape, color, and mood of the piece while attempting to better grasp its context. They then venture through the creative process as they photograph and paint a family member in repose.
Have your class explore the effects of war by reading Eleanor Coerr's story, "Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes." This is a story about a sixth grader who lives in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb is dropped. Learners answer questions, compare texts, and discuss figurative language while referencing this literature.
Young scholars explore the cities of Cairo, Istanbul, Jerusalem, Mecca and Tehran. In this Middle East lesson plan, students complete a map, research one of the five the cities and prepare a presentation that includes details about the city. Young scholars also create a musical instrument that these five cities are known for.
Students research the origins of Samba in Brazil using the internet. After defining new vocabulary, they locate the cities in Brazil using latitude and longitude which practice the Samba. In groups, they compare and contrast the different types of Latin American dances and music and write an essay to end the lesson.
Students discover the significance of similarities and contrasts of three separate cultures of the United States through music. They take out maps and trace the expedition of the Spanish along the coasts of Mexico and North and South America and the Caribbean Islands.