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Taking Action for Human Rights 2: Plan How can ordinary people defend human rights? Students will research and develop an action plan regarding a contemporary human rights violation. Students will gain hands-on experience in grassroots activism which will inform and inspire human rights activism later in life. *Lesson two of four.* 1 year 19 weeks ago
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egartley
Taking Action for Human Rights 1: Define How can ordinary people defend human rights? Students will research and develop an action plan regarding a contemporary human rights violation. Students will gain hands-on experience in grassroots activism which will inform and inspire human rights activism later in life. *Lesson one of four* 1 year 19 weeks ago
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egartley
Student Created Book Talks This stand-alone lesson is designed to be taught collaboratively (SLMS and classroom teacher) during an agreed upon time outside of a fixed schedule. EQ:How can I combine story elements such as setting, characters, plot, and conflict with persuasive language to create a writing piece that will appeal to others? 6 weeks 5 days ago
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chrisms
Space Travel: Lesson 2: Researching your Destination In a third-grade unit on the solar systems in science, students will apply the research process to complete an inquiry based project that will span 5 lessons. In this lesson students will be watching several videos and demonstrating the ability to extract relevant information from multiple sources. Essential question: What are the other planets, stars, and objects in our solar system? Which one should we travel to next and why? 3 weeks 6 days ago
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LCESMEDIATEACHER5915
South Carolina and the Revolutionary War. The students are learning how to select the best sources to conduct research. They are to chose between print atlases, non-fiction books in the media center, dictionaries in the classroom and media center, and online resources. In addition, they must decide which online resource best adds to their knowledge and tell the class why that is so. The students must work in small groups (2-3 students) and then join their knowledge with the entire class. 8 weeks 5 days ago
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Elisabeth Hall
South America: Geography's Effect on People's Lifestyle and Work The essential questions are: What are landforms? Which landforms do we find in South American countries? How do landforms determine how people live and work in South American countries? 1 year 47 weeks ago
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patricialouis
Social Networking Sites: Pros and Cons The concept of this lesson is for students to use the Big6 Research model for organized and succinct research completion. This lesson will encourage students to complete appropriate steps of a research plan to ascertain the pros and cons of social networking sites. 5 weeks 1 day ago
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katcarson
Simple Machines Students will use five pre-selected websites to define types of simple machines and gather examples. They will evaluate the websites as part of this lesson to determine which provided the best information, was easiest to navigate, and most understandable. Following this lesson, students will create a scavenger hunt and video to teach other students about simple machines. 2 years 3 days ago
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judiparadis
Secret Life of Bees Research Students are to use the connection of the setting and time period of the novel, The Secret Life of Bees, to make connections to events in the novel to events in America's history. The essay should provide information about the topic as well as explain its significance. Student's sample essential question will be along the lines of "What is the [insert topic here] and how did it affect the Civil Rights Movement in this country?" 2 years 15 weeks ago
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ldonovan
Savvy Surfers: Website Evaluation and Media Literacy The AASL standards require students to find, evaluate and select appropriate sources. In this lesson, students will learn how to evaluate websites by using a set of criteria to determine their reliability. Essential questions include the following: How do I know if a website is reliable? What is the purpose of this site? Who is the author? Is the content credible? 5 weeks 6 days ago
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klomanno