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Students explore industrial design and photography with an emphasis on the history of Paris. In this modern art lesson plan, 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
The Middle Ages were an extensive period in European history. Discover the beautiful Gothic art and architecture that developed in France during this time period. Gorgeous and visually rich, this resource would nicely accompany any lecture on gothic art from this period.
Students examine cyberbullying. In this lesson plan 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.
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 instructional activity.
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.
How has the Central European map changed over the years? A color-coded map gives the geographic story of the German Empire, with a list of 42 cities, 35 countries and 12 bodies of water to label. A legend indicates colored regions, and is left blank for historians to decipher various acquisitions, territories, battles and fortifications. This could be a great jigsaw activity, and you could even try enlarging the map to create a visual display, so labels aren't so crowded.