This lesson was designed to help my students really understand the difference between a democracy and a republic. I've actually used it with younger students and older students. FREE - Lesson Length: 45 Minutes Add To Cart
This lesson will guide students through "The Hunger Games." This lesson includes a pre-reading strategy, visualization activity, and project. Let the book come alive with this activity! FREE - Lesson Length: 1 Hour Add To Cart
-Listen to a fluent reading of the story.
-Choral read as a class.
-Define unfamiliar vocabulary.
-Identify parts of the story that are reality and fantasy.
-Find examples of reality an... FREE - Lesson Length: 30 Minutes Add To Cart
This vocabulary log is for all subjects and grade levels. It is an opportunity for students to display their creativity and basic understanding and application of words. Use this for revie... FREE - Lesson Length: 30 Minutes Add To Cart
14 slides that uses a workshopping approach to guiding students through using abbreviations and acronyms in sentences and essays. Covers definitions, rules, examples, and reviews for using abbreviatio... $2.50 - Lesson Length: 45 Minutes Add To Cart
This is an all encompassing lesson that I typically use as a follow up to an Introduction to Government unit. This activity has the students pretend that they are on a deserted island and they n... $2.50 - Lesson Length: 1 Hour Add To Cart
What's more important than learning how to become an Intelligent Thinker? Develop thinking skills, define a problem, access knowledge, research unknowns, evaluate findings, application of soluti... FREE - Lesson Length: 1 Week Add To Cart