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Students explore industrial design and photography with an emphasis on the history of Paris. In this modern art lesson, students analyze and discuss the images of modern city life in Paris and the Eiffel Tower. Students participate in a debate and research the development of transit systems. Students
Students analyze different perspectives of the history of the Holocaust. They experience primary and secondary sources along with pieces from literature, documentaries, songs and letters. A commitment of honor and dedication is expressed through the thoughts and feelings experienced by the survivors of the Holocaust viewed in this lesson.
A lot happened to European economics, policy, and social systems after WWII. This 24 page social studies packet provides images, reading passages, comprehension questions, and critical thinking questions regarding all things Europe from 1945-1980. Extensive, complete, and well worth your time.
Students study the meaning of The Republic and the symbols of the Republic. They learn definitions and look at images that are meant to be a lesson that comes before a museum visit. They look at images of artwork from this era of French history.
Students examine animal cruelty laws in Great Britain. In this health instructional activity, students visit selected websites to research animal cruelty laws as they consider animal rights and hunting rights.
Students participate in a guide close reading of the Prologue to Romeo and Juliet. They write a prologue sonnet to another piece of literature they have read.
Students study the impact of the printing press on the Renaissance. They examine how the invention of the printing press continues to influence our lives today. They trace the development of other communication technologies from the Renaissance until today.
Students examine cyberbullying. In this lesson on democracy, students discuss the different ways to deal with cyberbullying. They then take a position on the question of whether a democracy should allow schools to take action against off campus occurrences of cyberbullying through a class debate.
Here's the teacher guide to a unit on family and family vocabulary. Sift through the ideas (a pre-test, lesson activity, and closing activity are all included), and include them in your own unit. Since visual connections are a great way to reach beginning language learners, definitely encourage your class to bring in family portraits, as suggested. This will help them recognize the French word(s) for each family member.
Learners explore the importance of technology. In this World History lesson plan, students evaluate the nature of technological development. Learners write an essay explaining the impact of the Printing Press.
Students examine various handouts to determine the value, necessity and potential limitations of assembly and public demonstrations. They then select a side and debate pre-provided questions.
Learners examine The Dalai Lama as a Nobel Laureate and research other men and women who have been recognized as peace advocates, as well. They compare and contrast The Dalai Lama's contributions to the world with the contributions of other Nobel Laureates. In groups, they report their ideas to the rest of the class.
In this Ripley's Game activity and progress test worksheet, high schoolers respond to a total of 32 short answer, multiple choice, matching, and fill in the blank questions pertaining to Ripley's Game.
Students plan a service project. In this philanthropy lesson, students learn about Clara Barton and discuss her contributions before and after the Red Cross. Students discuss the importance of the Red Cross and list times they have given aid. Students review other women studied and discuss their philanthropic contributions. Students plan a service project related to the Red Cross.
Students explain the impact of the printing press on the Renaissance. They see how the invention of the printing press continues to influence our lives today and trace the development of other communication technologies from the Renaissance 'til today.
Students visit French language Websites to research the city of Colmar. They locate hotels, find upcoming events, describe weather conditions, and decide how to take a trip on the Colmar canal.
High schoolers explore why Muslim women wear modest dress based on Islamic beliefs. They describe the general characteristics of Muslim hijab. Students analyze approaches and policies described in three newspaper articles relating to hijab-wearing Muslim women. They discuss the content of the First Amendment as it applies to religious liberty issues such as wearing of hijab in public.
In this social studies worksheet, students find the foreign language terms from France and the answers are found through clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
In this inventors scavenger hunt worksheet, students research 10 different significant inventors known to history. First, they read each question to determine which inventor to search for using the Internet. Then, students write a complete statement that responds to each stated question.
Students investigate the impact of the plague. In this European history lesson, students listen to their instructors present information regarding the black death and then write letters regarding the plague from the perspective of 14th century Europeans.