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High schoolers explore world history by completing World War II worksheets. In this Marshall Plan lesson plan, students identify the causes of WWII and define a list of vocabulary terms associated with the war. High schoolers discuss George Marshall's plan to protect Europe and complete worksheets based on their WWII research.
Students explore the Carnival traditions of Puerto Rico and compare them to other Carnival traditions in the United States, Latin America, and Europe. In this carnival instructional activity, students discuss the history of carnivals and their importance to the Puerto Rican community. Students examine Ponce costumes and masks and research a carnival that occurs in the United States to complete a graphic organizer. Students write a description of different Carnival celebrations.
Eighth graders discuss the role of trees as one of the most important natural resources. In groups, they examine how the forests nearby helped to shape their urban city. Using the internet, they research the use of the forest in early American History and discover ways to conserve. To end the lesson plan, they revisit the value of trees and what careers are possible.
Sixth graders examine Ancient Greece and its development of democracy. In this Greek History lesson, 6th graders explore the rise of city-states in Greece and its overall effect on the development of democracy. The class continues with an in depth discussion on what their original idea of democracy was, and how it has changed.
Learners use the internet to research the geography of the Renaissance. Using maps of Europe, they identify at least three key cities during the time period and discuss the main types of transportation. They research the various customs and traditions and examine the types of art that came out during the Renaissance.
Seventh graders investigate how the Crusades allowed for the spread of cultural practices, products and perspectives between Europe and the Middle East. This instructional activity contains a brainstorming activity for the pre-assessment, a graphic organizer for guided research and an essay for the post-assessment.
Seventh graders use research skills and visual aides to gain an understanding of how trade on the Silk Road affected the cultures of the people involved. By taking on the role of a Silk Road merchant, 7th graders investigate the trade of items through cities in Asia and Europe.