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Civil War: North vs. South
Students are studying famous persons and events from the Civil War. They will begin with exercises that chronicle the events leading up to the Civil War and ends with learning about the wars famous battle
Date 2011-05-31 Filesize 6.49 MB 719
Sculpture
Students will learn to understand what sculpture is and its different types
Date 2011-04-22 Filesize 8.02 MB 607
The US Census 2010
The 2010 census was released in December 2010. The census affects the number of representatives in Congress as well as funding decisions for the states. Several states in the Northeast lost seats, including New York. Several states in the South and West gained seats; Texas gained 4 seats in the House of Representatives. This project is meant to highlight some aspects of the census such as when a census is taken and how it affects the population.
Date 2011-02-04 Filesize 17.73 MB 683
Five Themes of Geography
Students will be able to identify the five themes of geography: location, place, interaction, movement, region. Students will be able to label a compass rose with N, S, E, W
Date 2010-10-22 Filesize 1.74 MB 1178
Women of the Civil Rights Movements
This file contains resources and links to key famous women of rht Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
Date 2010-10-29 Filesize 0.62 MB 822
Brown vs. Board of Education
Student's will understand public school desegregation during the 1950's.
Date 2010-11-09 Filesize 2.19 MB 965
Egypt: King Tut Past to Present
This middle school Social Studies lesson explores the tomb of King Tut in pictures and video.
Date 2010-11-15 Filesize 6.88 MB 1458
Harlem Renaissance
Students will learn what the Harlem Renaissance was and its significance in American history and use research skills to become more familiar with the artists of the Harlem Renaissance by reading about their lives and their work.
Date 2010-11-15 Filesize 0.73 MB 1195
The Bill of Rights (Notebook)
In this 7th grade Social Studies lesson, students will be able to learn about the different amendments of the Bill of Rights through various interactive activities. Check out the attachments tab for a cool Bill of Rights interactive game!
Date 2011-04-13 Filesize 3.35 MB 2900
Middle Ages

This lesson is intended to be review.  Students will learn about Feudalism through readings and classroom participation.    Throughout this lesson, students will interact with the SmartBoard to review certain aspects of a Feudalistic society such as social classes.  The lesson will culminate with “Ticket Out The Door” questions where students can share their knowledge.

Date 2011-07-08 Filesize 2.72 MB 1117
Ancient Rome

This file covers the ancient civilization of Rome.  It will go through all the aspects connected to the curriculum in sixth grade with interactive activities.  It also includes a SMART Response quiz for a midpoint assessment.

Date 2011-07-12 Filesize 8.75 MB 1022
Gettysburg Address
In this interactive Notebook lesson, students students will explore and learn about the Gettsburg Address. Students will learn about the events leading to Abraham Lincoln's speech dedicating a National Cemetary at the Gettysbirg Battlefield during the American Civil War.
Date 2011-07-12 Filesize 14.06 MB 1071
The Great Wall of China
In this lesson, students will learn about The Great Wall of China. They will learn about the purposes of the building of the wall. They willalso learn how Warring States and the unification of China.Finally, they will compare what they have learned about Ancient China with the previous unit of study of Ancient Egypt.
Date 2011-09-28 Filesize 291 B 905
The California Gold Rush

This lesson is a 7th grade social studies lesson about the California Gold Rush.  It is part of a larger unit on Westward Expansion and utilizes primary sources to evaluate the level of opportunity that existed in the West.  Students will use interactive activities to examine the life of miners and practice source analysis to evaluate the opportunities that arose for various groups of people.  Students will assume various roles, including women, white miners, Native Americans, African Americans, and Chinese immigrants moving to California in 1849.  A performance assessment based on Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is also provided for use with this topic study.

Date 2011-09-28 Filesize 4.92 MB 907
Roman Republic

As part of the Ancient Rome unit for third grade, this interactive notebook lesson allows students to review and apply their knowledge of The Roman Republic.

 

Date 2011-09-29 Filesize 6.34 MB 897
American Presidents
This lesson teaches students about American Presidents.
Date 2012-03-01 Filesize 17.62 MB 369
Bill of Rights
In this 7th grade Social Studies lesson, students will be able to learn about the different amendments of the Bill of Rights through various interactive activities. Check out the attachments tab for a cool Bill of Rights interactive game!
Date 2012-12-17 Filesize 7.56 MB 216
Bill of Rights (ActivInspire)
In this 7th grade Social Studies lesson, students will be able to learn about the different amendments of the Bill of Rights through various interactive activities. Check out the attachments tab for a cool Bill of Rights interactive game!
Date 2012-12-19 Filesize 6.84 MB 192
The American Revolution
In this lesson students will about the American Revolution
Date 2013-01-22 Filesize 1.17 MB 326
Hoover Dam (Notebook)
In this interactive lesson, students will learn the basic beginnings of the creation of the Hoover Dam. Students will learn the basic Geographic features of the Hoover Dam area and the impacts of the Dam to the environment and the population of the surrounding towns.
Date 2013-03-01 Filesize 8.33 MB 223
Hoover Dam (ActiveInspire)
In this interactive lesson, students will learn the basic beginnings of the creation of the Hoover Dam. Students will learn the basic Geographic features of the Hoover Dam area and the impacts of the Dam to the environment and the population of the surrounding towns.
Date 2013-03-01 Filesize 8.41 MB 131
Hoover Dam (RM Easiteach)
In this interactive lesson, students will learn the basic beginnings of the creation of the Hoover Dam. Students will learn the basic Geographic features of the Hoover Dam area and the impacts of the Dam to the environment and the population of the surrounding towns.
Date 2013-03-01 Filesize 8.77 MB 135
Federalism
This lesson is meant to assess students' understanding of the powers designated to the different levels of government.
Date 2013-04-22 Filesize 2.37 MB 281
Alexander Graham Bell Exhibit - Notebook
The invention of the telephone drastically changed the way people have communicated since its invention by Alexander Graham Bell. In this lesson students will explore the history of the telephone and the man behind creating it. Lesson includes an extension activity that focuses on an thematic essay that has students researching and writing informational text.
Date 2013-09-17 Filesize 5.8 MB 164
Alexander Graham Bell Exhibit - ActivInspire
The invention of the telephone drastically changed the way people have communicated since its invention by Alexander Graham Bell. In this lesson students will explore the history of the telephone and the man behind creating it. Lesson includes an extension activity that focuses on an thematic essay that has students researching and writing informational text.
Date 2013-09-17 Filesize 33.37 MB 116
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