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Inside Outside: Habitats and Human Organ Systems
Students examine the way habitats and human organ systems function. In groups, they role play the role of a government group assigned to determine if a settlement can make their home in a specific area. They must discover how humans and the environment might be effected if the area is settled.
4th - 5th Health
Students are introduced to the fur trade era and the lives of some of its most colorful participants, the voyageurs. They describe the rugged life of the Voyageur. Students interpret the role the fur trade had on the exploration and development of the North American continent.
1st - Higher Ed Science
The "Write" Stuff: Strategies and Conventions for Expository Writing
Students develop their expository writing skills while integrating various other subjects. In this writing skills lesson, students complete 4 multiple activity lessons to improve their expository writing skills.
6th English Language Arts
Performance Ideas: Theatre
Students study satirical and political theatre to learn how performing arts can be used for social change. In this theatre study lesson, students read about satirical theatre and create art from issues they see in their own lives. Students complete several activities to study the political theatre.
K - Higher Ed Visual & Performing Arts
Robin Hood: England's Man of Mystery
Students study the tale of Robin Hood to further their knowledge of character traits, improve their vocabularies, and increase their knowledge of the Medieval Ages. In this Robin Hood lesson, students complete 14 lessons that help them define a region and its culture, learn to use context clues, define a story's chronology, write about the text, define different literary genres, identify story elements, and categorize character traits.
5th English Language Arts
Nepantla: Between Worlds
Students explore, examine and experience excerpts from the story "Nepantla" by Olga Loya. They assess issues related to living a bi-cultural life in the United States today as well as the issues of language and bilingualism, belonging and alienation, and the quest to find a place for oneself.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History
NEPANTLA BETWEEN WORLDS : A Story and Lesson Plan Addressing the Mexican-American Experience
Students read excerpts of "Neplanta" and discuss themes in the literature. In this bi-cultural education instructional activity, students analyze topics of race and Mexican American culture in the U.S. Students write a pledge to honor diversity and respect differences.
9th - 12th English Language Arts
Is the Charter Great? An Analysis of the Magna Carta
Students read excerpts from Magna Carta, complete worksheet question relating to Magna Carta, discuss three limitations to King's power highlighted, identify comparable idea in United States Constitution, and complete remainder of worksheet.
6th - 8th Social Studies & History
Fruits and Vegetables
Students make a variety of recipes that include fruits and vegetables. In this fruit and vegetables lesson plan, students make recipes, learn about the proper amounts of fruits and vegetables needed per day, describe how to sanitize them, and demonstrate proper handling of cooking supplies.
6th - 9th Health
Geography: Where on Earth Are the Postage Stamp Countries?
Seventh graders research the six European "postage stamp" (small) countries and research interesting facts about them. In groups, they are assigned to one of the six countries of Andorra, Liechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, San Marino, or Vatican City.
7th Social Studies & History
Banquet at the Alhambra/Place Out of Time Synthesis
Tenth graders cooperatively work together to produce a medieval banquet featuring historical characters from 700-1450 CE. They recreated the artistic, cultural, and intellectual dynamic of the medieval and Christian worlds. Classes are working together on the semester long project.
10th Social Studies & History
Conducting an HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign for Teenagers in Your Local Community
Students in an ESL classroom develop a survey to give to their local community to determine the awareness of HIV and AIDS. In groups, they develop and create a brochure to hand out to teenagers in area on how to protect themselves. To end the lesson, they evaluate their effectiveness in getting through to the young.
12th - Higher Ed English Language Arts