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For this famous people worksheet, students read a selection about the life of Wolfgang Mozart, then complete a variety of comprehension activities. An answer key is included.
A fantastic lesson on urban air pollution problems throughout the world is here for you. Learners understand that there are many factors involved in creating pollution, that there are many health effects brought on by air pollution, and that fixing the problem is not an easy task. This amazing lesson has maps, photographs, worksheets, and all sorts of terrific educational tasks for groups to perform. Top-notch!
What was life like for the early colonists? Read along with an informational presentation, rich in text. Colonial slavery, slave culuture, colonial religion, and the Great Awakening are all described in full. Tip: The resource could be used to accompany a lecture, at an independent work station, or as homework.
This math packet includes four different activities which puts linear equations and line of best fit in the context of real world applications. Each activity uses a different linear math modeling equation and asks the learners to complete several questions. And grading will be a breeze, because answers are included.
Students research European countries. They assess websites related to individual cities/regions in Germany, Austria, or Switzerland. They create a visual detailing what they did during a simulated two or three day visit there.
Classical period music is defined by its characteristics and distinctive sound. A set of notes assists upper graders in recalling and analyzing music from the classical period based on musical terminology. An example analysis of Eine Kline Nachtmusik also helps learners along.
Students become familiar with the young composer through his life's story and his music. They get to make some music of their own by using musical instruments that exist both online and all around them.
Sixth graders carefully analyze a triptych of the nativity, paying close attention to the lines, shapes and symbols included in the artwork. They explore the role of the Catholic church in society at the time the piece was created and consider why the market for religious artwork was so large at the time.
Students read portions of biographies about human rights activists before participating in a jigsaw activity in which they report out on what they read. They made a timeline of one of the human rights activist's lives. They write a newspaper article from the point of view of the person they researched.
In this Austria map skills worksheet, students apply map skills to answer 14 fill in the blank questions about the country. They determine border countries, identify regions, find the capitol, and name rivers. They draw a map of Austria which includes the capitol and at least two other cities.
In this music appreciation worksheet, students listen to "Turkish Rondo" from Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Students read about the composer and the piece. Students follow a "listening map" and complete a music coloring activity and word search.
In this interactive grammar activity, students recognize proper subject/verb agreement. Students complete fifteen sentences by choosing the proper form of the verb given.
Eleventh graders investigate how Hitler was able to harness Germany. In this World War II lesson, 11th graders conduct primary and secondary source research to determine how Hitler used the Great Depression, charisma, scapegoats, and the Treaty of Versailles to take power of the country. Articles and Web links are provided with this lesson.
Young scholars study the life and music of the composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. They practice listening for the downbeat of a musical selection. They participate in a physical exercise where they march around in a circle and clap to the downbeat of a musical selection. Then they bounce a ball to the downbeat of Mozart's' Symphony No. 40.
In this Mozart worksheet, 9th graders read a one page biography about the composer. They answer 10 short answer questions and are encouraged to listen to Mozart's music.
Students explore facts about Hitler's life and the historical events that occurred in that time, his view of history, his theory of race and his political goals. They explore his use of anti-Semitism to advance his career and consolidate power.
Students explore a German website to research the Wagner Festival. They complete a worksheet, identify a performance they would like to hear at the festival, and write an imagined incident from their visit to the festival in German.
The twists and turns in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure could have you guessing for awhile on this quiz. Mostly reading comprehension, the questions are nonetheless more detailed, especially since the plot is complex. See how you do!
Fifth graders utilize primary sources provided to formulate questions to prepare for an interview. Veterans and civilians who lived during World War II are interviewed by students and their work displayed on a web site.
In this music activity, students read a brief excerpt about Mozart's music and life. They respond to 11 questions in complete sentences related to the excerpt on Mozart.