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Research the lives of famous women in this social studies lesson. Middle schoolers use various sources to research a famous woman and create a presentation about the accomplishments of the woman. They can find the central idea throughout each piece of informational text, and evaluate the claims in each.
Explore Egypt with these cross-curricular activities. First, learners practice reading comprehension and character analysis with a short paragraph and three questions about two pharaohs of Egypt. In the second activity on this page, scholars read a paragraph about the measurements of the Great Pyramid of Cheops and apply what they have read to a provided diagram. This could be used in a unit about Egypt, or as reading comprehension and application practice.
Students uncover facts about William Shakespeare. In this reading comprehension instructional activity, students read various articles found in Calliope magazine, then answer comprehension and critical thinking questions. The questions will have students thinking, analyzing, comparing, and explaining the many facets of Shakespearean life.
Do not let Julius Caesar be Greek to your pupils. Rather, make the play a dish fit for hungry minds. Encourage your class members to lend their ears to a series of rich discussion questions so that they can become masters of the play, as well as of themselves. In addition to the discussion questions, vocabulary lists for all five acts of Shakespeare’s play are included. Let the experience be the teacher.
High schoolers examine Shakespeare's language. They select and explore death scenes from plays that they're familiar with and practice delivering famous death lines to one another. They should attempt to recreate the emotions that they think the characters felt based on how they analyze the script.