Submitted by trevorstaples on Fri, 04/21/2017 - 3:07pm.
Throughout the school year, student have studied the five regions of the United States. In the culminating project, students will be assigned a state to report upon. Students will be required to include detailed information about their state, including (but not limited to) descriptions of:
Submitted by 3llen Weaver on Wed, 04/19/2017 - 10:37am.
Throughout the year students will learn about important United States of America symbols, events, and holidays. Students will investigate the importance of recognizing national holidays, symbols, events, and people that are valued and celebrated in the United States of America.
This presentation is used in a unit on prehistoric man. It includes information on the culture and society in which early man lived by looking at different cave paintings and pictures from throughout the world. Special attention is paid to the great caves found in France that show us so much about how early man lived and had a culture.
Using powerful pictures and statistics about prehistoric Mega-fauna students are brought back in time to when human beings lived with huge mammals. Special attention is given to the size and abilities of the animals and how human beings lived along side of them. This presentation was created to give students a picture of what life was like during prehistoric times as well as showing
In this blended unit, designed for 5th grade, the students will explore colonial life in the North America during the 1700s before the American Revolution. They will investigate the various perspectives of the groups of people living in the colonies during this time. They will also explore how different aspects such as economics, location, and beliefs effected the lives of the people.
Submitted by knordstrom on Wed, 04/12/2017 - 7:20am.
Through an exploration of Manifest Destiny, students assess its influence on westward expansion, including the annexation of the Louisiana Territory, Florida, Texas and the resulting Mexican War, Oregon Country, and New Mexico/ California.
Submitted by ELuckhardt on Fri, 04/07/2017 - 9:59am.
Office Lens allows the user to take a picture of a photo, document, or whiteboard. Then, the image is processed so that text can be seen clearly and can easily be exported into a OneNote or many other Microsoft Applications (OneDrive, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word), saved as a PDF or image or sent in an email.