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In this Stealing Second: History in the Making lesson, students evaluate the internet and newspaper as separate and credible resources. Students analyze Clemente as a baseball player and humanitarian. Students create a class timeline from internet headlines. Then students evaluate how these historical events impact their understanding of Roberto Clemente. Lastly students will dramatize aspects of Clemete's life.
Young scholars read the book Sylvester and the Magic Pebble. In this character traits lesson, students read the book and identify character traits. Young scholars draw pictures of a character from the book and describe the character traits.
Young analysts write a comparative essay, but about what? They compose a paper based on several critical discussion about reality and illusion, and how both are blurred in art. They analyze several theatre pieces that exemplify Brechtian acting, epic theater, and Theater of the Absurd then discuss their relevancy today.
Young scholars complete a unit with cross-curricular activities to learn about a healthy body and maintaining their health. In this health lesson, students complete 8 lessons to learn about good health, a healthy diet, healthy foods, healthy habits, sanitary health, exercise, and the health professions.
Third graders complete pre reading, writing, during reading, and interdisciplinary activities for the book Confetti. In this reading lesson plan, 3rd graders complete journal entries, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Health and H1N1 flu lesson plans may be able to help keep students in school and learning.
You won't get lost, after learning map skills during Geography Awareness Week.
Detailing the stages of language, sound, word, and grammar acquisition for babies, this presentation is a great addition to a lecture that focuses on how the English language is developed in small children. Additionally, the slideshow provides (humorous) links to videos of babies and children in the beginning stages of language acquistion, as well as studying children's development of humor.
Should your dog be watching tV? Read the article and then fill in the blanks by memory. Encourage a friendly debate: would you get DogTV for your beloved pet?
Although summer is gone, these tips for increasing literacy can be used year-round.
First graders develop the skills needed to improve writing skills. They use different practice writing prompts to use different styles while looking at the characteristics needed. Students make connections to their lives while writing and then write reflectively.
Students explore how technology and science have created the plastics that make toys. For this industrial processes lesson students work on their own injected molded product and a blow molded product.
In this filling forms activity activity, 5th graders color the picture and fill in the information requested to get a bookmark from the Hong Kong Museum of History.
Eleventh graders brainstorm personal experiences and create journal entries that reflect these experiences. They select and develop one of these journals into a personal narrative. They revise and edit their narratives through peer response writing and editing groups.
Young scholars engage in a variety of activities in order to increase knowledge about The Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program. They build a model of the ear and demonstrate to the instructor the anatomy of the ear and explain the dynamics of hearing loss.
Students investigate the people and businesses in the community. They identify community workers with the business in which they work. Students discuss the various types of workers in the community.
Read about Jim Henson's Muppets! Cut this worksheet in two, so that each learner can have a bell-ringer activity. As they read the excerpt, they correct capitalization, punctuation, and spelling errors.
In this using extrapolations worksheet, 6th graders use data analysis to answer nine questions about data prediction and extrapolation.
Students examine the concept of American Communication and technology. In this communication lesson, students work in small groups through to complete a variety of lessons and activities that enable them to understand how media is transmitted from one form to another.