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High schoolers engage in a good lesson on the court system. Learners will examine how the Judiciary affects the executive and legislative branches of government. The develop and discuss arguments for and against greater public influence over the Judiciary. This incredibly detailed, 14-page plan has everything you need to successfully implement it with your young scholars. Highly recommended!
A trivia-style virtual road trip in which the player's car is moved from state to state as questions are correctly answered. Ideally, a player would learn about different states by reading the simple brochures available in the Visitor Center before visiting the state to answer the questions. Incentives are offered for completing regions or making special deliveries.
Learning about new places around the globe is so exciting. Here is a very good presentation about the Ukraine. Information includes cultural traditions, art, religion, government, economics, and historical facts about the beautiful country. Tip: Have your learners create a similar presentation as a part of a research project on countries of the world.
Send an aspiring aviator from state to state in order to learn their locations. Practice spelling the names of the states, and read information about the state flag, bird, flower, and more.
An ambitious geography lesson plan is geared toward kindergartners. They discover what the differences are between states and countries. They look at maps of Arkansas, and learn what the shapes and lines mean. Additionally, they create a State of Arkansas necklace to finish things up. Everything you need to implement the lesson plan is included in this fine plan.
After listening to the story, Oh the Places You'll Go, by Dr. Seuss, and discussing the multiple meanings of the vocabulary words, 3rd graders wil participate in a language arts unit, consisting of 11 (45 minute) lessons. Learners will write in their journals, create hot air balloons, and study a map. Additionally, they will study vocabulary and rhyming words, create a brochure, and make kazoo style instruments. Adaptation: Any grade level
Students understand how Nevada became a state and the role of Abraham Lincoln in Nevada's statehood. In this Nevada statehood lesson, students listen to background information, primary sources and research about Nevada's statehood. Students write letters, and demonstrate knowledge of vocabulary. Students separate truth and falsehoods about Nevada statehood.
Fifth graders research and create clothing for guy and gal dolls of the Civil War period. In this clothing of the Civil War lesson, 5th graders understand how clothing was different from the ready to wear clothing of today. Students present their dressed dolls and create a multimedia presentation to explain the clothing on the doll.
Students are introduced to the Bill of Rights and US Constitution. In this US government lesson plan, students encounter multiple aspects of the Bill of Rights. Students will engage in an on-going encounter with the national anthem, the pledge of allegiance, posters, images and websites about how the Bill of Rights keeps us safe.