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Students conduct a survey and create bar graphs. The process standards Communication, Problem Solving, and Representation are integral to this lesson. They plot a variety of data based on their personal experience.
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Writing Prompts for Elementary, Middle and High Schools
Work on descriptive, narrative, persuasive, and expository writing with 110 prompts! The writing prompts are organized by type of writing. Several are separated into collections for younger students so you can find prompts for your...
3rd - 10th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
McCulloch v. Maryland
Beginning with an intriguing anticipatory question on whether the teacher or the school handbook has more authority, your young citizens will proceed to discover how the landmark case McCulloch v. Maryland defined the supremacy of the...
6th - 12th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Court Rejects New York City’s Portion Cap For Sugary Drinks
Should city government be allowed to limit the size of sugary drinks? Class members read and analyze an article from the Huffington Post examining former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed soda ban in 2014.
7th - 10th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Medieval Celebration and Ballads Lesson Plan
Learners participate in a Medieval celebration as a part of novel analysis study for Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. In this novel celebration lesson plan, students participate in costume activities, food...
10th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Words That Hold Court
Students research legal terminology used in the Supreme Court. In this legal terminology lesson, students study a quote from President Obama about the Supreme Court. Students make a list of facts about the Supreme Court and the justices...
7th - Higher Ed Social Studies & History