Submitted by rdevries on Tue, 12/15/2015 - 2:06pm.
This lesson will guide your students into a deeper understanding of how the three main branches of the American government check and balance each other. This activity can be utilized ideally in a classroom setting but could also conceivably be moved online in the form of a google plus or skype exercise.
Submitted by rdevries on Tue, 12/15/2015 - 1:59pm.
This lesson will require students to glean all the purposes that the founding fathers embedded into the preamble, and then by contemplating upon what life is like in America today, grade our country on the completion of these goals. The lesson can be conducted in class, or online in the LMS of your choosing.
Submitted by Mchammout on Mon, 08/31/2015 - 6:49pm.
These are two lessons from a larger unit on WWII, each lesson could take up to 2 weeks. The first lesson is about events leading to WWII and the second one is about WWII propaganda and war strategies. These lessons incorporate a variety of face-to-face as well online activities.
This unit provides an introduction to the key concepts presented in the semester course of Economics. Through this unit students with various activities and multimedia tools students are able to effectively answer the essential: What is economics? Students will create online project-based products using Prez, Wiki, and Noteapp.comI.
Submitted by BLgailhall2015 on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 2:38pm.
This course is designed to engage and motivate every student. Through the stories of intriguing people, exciting places, and fascinating events that makes "Social Studies" relevant to your life. As a student you will gain a global perspective.
Submitted by JamesLEvans on Tue, 04/14/2015 - 7:43pm.
This lesson plan is designed to give students a basic overview of the US Civil War and the events surrounding this time period through both face-to-face, classroom/group learning opportunities and independent online activities.
This is a 5 day blended learning center activity on fur trading in Michigan designed for 3rd grade. It can be used alone or with your current textbook lesson. Students will be reading stories, doing online activities and role playing with each day's instructions being given on Powtoon.
Submitted by bperry0101 on Tue, 02/17/2015 - 5:21pm.
This lesson, using online video resources, recorded Powerpoint lectures, and online simulations, allows the students to grasp a full understanding of what social psychology is (as presented in a intro to psychology format), and to give meaning to why people do what they do, and interact in specific ways with one another.