Submitted by astriegl on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 2:54pm.
Does geography determine destiny? This Unit encompasses the prehistory eras 1 and 2 of the State of Michigan Standards. It includes essential vocabulary, resources to teach migration, Paleolithic life, and Neolithic time eras. This unit will also help to teach timelines and includes an online book resource along with a reading guide.
Submitted by astriegl on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 2:42pm.
HISTORY H1 THE WORLD IN TEMPORAL TERMS: HISTORICAL HABITS OF MIND Evaluate evidence, compare and contrast information, interpret the historical record, and develop sound historical arguments and perspectives on which informed decisions in contemporary life can be based.
Being able to create with the same process that designers and engineers use is one of the biggest learning super powers we can give our students. The steps are relatively simple to master and create a productive, growth-centered mindset in our learners.
Using the topic of Mythology, students will work through various activities to learn the characteristics of a Narrative Essay. This particular unit will/should take place prior to writing the Narrative Essay.
Submitted by mrlosik on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 11:19am.
Students must understand the lifecycles of the plants that feed our planet, as well as the way technology is making doing so more efficient and responsible. This unit is designed not only to inform students on the basics of plant life cycles but to inspire them to look innovatively at how technology can be used to ensure the feeding of the planet continues to grow in efficiency.
Submitted by dlmalloch on Wed, 06/29/2016 - 1:21pm.
In 7th grade Ancient History, we end the year discussing different governments and economies. Students will be able to describe how individuals, businesses, and governments make economic decisions. Students will be able to describe patterns and networks of economic interdependence, including trade.
Submitted by dlmalloch on Wed, 06/29/2016 - 11:40am.
Students will be able to read a grade level text, the novel “The Outsiders”. As they read they will have to cite information, make inferences and connections, summarize, compare different mediums (book and movie) and learn about the author and how her experiences shaped the novel. Students will also get to write persuasively and creatively during this unit.
Submitted by kcontant on Mon, 05/23/2016 - 2:31pm.
Either during or after the reading of Out of the Dust or another book that takes during the Dust Bowl, students will play the PBS Dust Bowl interactive activity. During the activity, students will pretend they are living in the states affected by the Dust Bowl. They will get to choose where they live and make decisions like whether or not to expand their farms or even move to California.
Submitted by kcontant on Mon, 05/23/2016 - 2:16pm.
For this lesson, students will learn how to cite in-text in MLA. They will watch a video, be directed to an easy to understand web page with citation examples, and even be able to complete a worksheet on citing in-text in MLA. Once students are done with this lesson, they will be ready to cite in-text in their own research paper.