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Continental Drift
This lesson is a basic introduction to Alfred Wegener’s theory of continental drift. Students contrast the words “static” and “dynamic” and discuss the difference between a static Earth and a dynamic Earth. Students look the various pieces of evidence for Wegener’s theory.
Date 2013-04-22 Filesize 815.55 KB 226
The French Revolution
This lesson teaches students about The French Revolution.
Date 2013-01-22 Filesize 22.23 MB 396
Origins of Humankind: The Great Rift Valley (etng)
Students will gain and understanding of the origins of humankind and the evolution of society. These concepts will be taught through use of several different interactive activities, highlighting a wide range of skills. Students will have access to various multimedia applications.
Date 2012-08-31 Filesize 3.85 MB 213
Origins of Humankind: The Great Rift Valley (flipchart)
Students will gain and understanding of the origins of humankind and the evolution of society. These concepts will be taught through use of several different interactive activities, highlighting a wide range of skills. Students will have access to various multimedia applications.
Date 2012-08-31 Filesize 3.83 MB 170
Origins of Humankind: The Great Rift Valley
Students will gain and understanding of the origins of humankind and the evolution of society. These concepts will be taught through use of several different interactive activities, highlighting a wide range of skills. Students will have access to various multimedia applications.
Date 2012-08-31 Filesize 4.87 MB 269
How has geography influenced the development of the United States?

This is lesson intended for one of the first few days of an 11th grade United States History and Geography class. It introduces students to the different elements of geography, especially through looking at maps. The aim of the lesson is to connect geography with the development of the United States, particularly through migrations and human-environment interactions.

Date 2011-09-29 Filesize 11.09 MB 850
Fingerprint Analysis
In this interactive Notebook lesson, Criminal Justice/Sociology students will investigate and explore the process of taking and identifying fingerprints. Though not exact process, students will gain insight to complexities to Law Enforcement attempts to solve crimes. This is a week-long lesson.
Date 2011-07-12 Filesize 33.09 MB 864
The Haymarket Riot
In this 11th grade lesson, students will understand the events surrounding the Haymarket Square Riot and discuss the different prespectives of the participants.
Date 2010-11-15 Filesize 0.74 MB 1157
Stalin
This lesson teaches students about Stalin.
Date 2010-11-10 Filesize 1.14 MB 1050
The Stock Exchange
In this lesson, students will be able to read a stock market report and predict which stocks will be successful for trading.
Date 2010-10-20 Filesize 36.32 MB 1522
2008 Election
This notebook file is for the up-coming 2008 Election. This file helps students understand the Presidential election process and includes a free Teq Learning Object--the Electoral Map.
Date 2010-11-01 Filesize 47.22 MB 1574
Women's Suffrage of the 19th and 20th Centuries
This lesson covers many aspects and issues of women of the 19th and 20th centuries struggleing for suffrage. Included are ways to incorporate document analysis.
Date 2010-10-29 Filesize 32.55 MB 895
Protestant Reformation
This lesson explores the history behind the Protestant Reformation and Martin Luther. It includes some historical images and great interactive activities geared for high school students. This lesson was created by a Teq certified user who completed the certification class.
Date 2010-10-26 Filesize 1.93 MB 1234
Prejudice and Stereotyping
This Smart Notebook Lesson was designed to illustrate the differences and similarities of prejudice and stereotyping. Students will see and explore different examples of the two using interactive examples. This lesson was created by a Teq certified user, who completed the certification process.
Date 2010-10-22 Filesize 3.77 MB 935
Greek and Roman Architecture
Students will examine the basic concepts of Greek and Roman architecture. They will be able to differentiate between the two civilizations' basic desgins and see how they impact us today.
Date 2010-10-22 Filesize 4.61 MB 998
New Deal
In this interactive lesson students will learn about the New Deal. This lesson includes pictures, videos and sound clips. Students will learn about New Deal measure and then participate in review activities from the Lesson Activity Toolkit. This lesson was created by a Teq certified user who completed the certification class.
Date 2010-10-22 Filesize 12.42 MB 1225
World Religions
Students will be able to describe the beliefs and birth location of the World's major religions. This lesson utilizes the lesson activity toolkit, three color reveals, pull tab reveals and links to usefull online activities. This lesson was created by a Teq certified teacher that completed our certification course.
Date 2010-10-22 Filesize 3.27 MB 1155
Immigration and Urbanization
Students will be able to describe the effects of immigration and urbanization on American life. This lesson utilizes sound, object manipulation, rich pictures, and the lesson activity toolkit to engage students in the content. Created by high school teacher.
Date 2010-10-21 Filesize 1.46 MB 1142
Causes of the Great Depression
In this interactive lesson Notebook lesson, students will explore the events leading up to the Great Depression through the government's attempts to fix it.
Date 2010-10-21 Filesize 21.59 MB 1036
Silk Road
In this World History interactive Notebook lesson, students will explore the regions along the Silk Road. Also, they will eplore the cultural and geographical diversity of these regions. This lesson was created by a teacher who participated in the Teq Certification program.
Date 2010-10-21 Filesize 9.49 MB 958
Fight for Civil Rights
In this US History interactive Notebook lesson, students will explore the many actions taken by people who fought against the laws that perpetuated segregation and "Seperated but Equal." This lesson was created buy a teacher who gad particiapted in the Teq certification program.
Date 2010-10-21 Filesize 27.40 MB 1143
Political Parties
Created by high school history teacher. Students will be able to identify the symbols of major politacl parties, identify political party members, and general characteristics of politacl parties.
Date 2010-10-21 Filesize 3.62 MB 855
Constitutional Review
Students will be able to describe constitutional rights as either federal or state mandates. This interactive lesson utilizes color reveal, object order, lesson activity toolkit, page links, sounds, and various links to help keep students engaged.
Date 2010-10-19 Filesize 10.59 MB 963
The Russian Revolution
Studetns will be ablt to identify Rusian leaders associated with Russian civil change, describe some of the propaganda used to encourage Russian patriotism. Videos, links, lesson activity toolkit, and image filled shapes keep students engaged with the content.
Date 2010-10-21 Filesize 16.01 MB 822
The Great Depression
Studetns will be ablt to identify major projects employed by Hoover and Roosevelt to end the depression, describe problems faced by Americans. This lesson includes Power Point presentations, and Word documents related to the Notebook lesson. This lesson keeps students engaged with lesson activity toolkit, videos, weblinks, and interactive pages.
Date 2010-10-21 Filesize 6.17 MB 881
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