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In this English worksheet, learners read "New Computer Art Mirrors Viewer's Mood," and then respond to 47 fill in the blank, 7 short answer, 20 matching, and 8 true or false questions about the selection.
Students explore the Microsoft paint program to examine artwork styles and recognize certain features. In this graphic art lesson plan, students incorporate computer technology with visual arts while acquiring basic computer knowledge....
Young scholars use PhotoDraw software to create original drawings. Using the basic design elements, line, shape, form, texture, value, and color, students create original drawings on the computer based on drawings previously rendered by...
Learners use PhotoDraw software to create original drawings. Using the basic design elements, line, shape, form, texture, value, and color, students create original drawings on the computer based on drawings previously rendered by hand.
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Give your students something to work for with this simple incentive program. Requiring children to earn three stars in order to meet their goal, this is an easy way motivate them to try their hardest and be on their best behavior.
Here's a great idea for writing portfolios. Kids decorate all four sides of their portfolio, introducing themselves, their families, goals, dreams, and favorite things. Detailed directions for all four panels and a rubric are included in...
It’s poetry T.I.M.E! Individuals use the T.I.M.E. format (T = Title, thought, and theme; I = Imagery and figurative language; M = music and sound; E = emotion) to study a poet, collect poems that have a similar theme, and create a...
Fifth graders discover the value of trees in our society. In this ecosystem instructional activity, 5th graders read the book, A Tree is Nice, and discuss with classmates how trees are essential to our existence due to creating oxygen...
Students create a brochure advertising a state for vacation. For this internet research lesson, students do research on a state and create a brochure with the information. Students write a commercial and videotape them.
Fifth graders dig for fossils. In this fossil lesson, 5th graders read about the oldest found fossils and discuss the process of fossilization. They dig for their own fossils in a fossil box made of several dirt layers.
Learners communicate their thoughts on the environment by creating picture books for middle school students. Learners include their thoughts on population, deforestation, water, energy, endangered species, and waste in their picture books.
Students investigate the world of advertising and video production by creating their own commercial. In this advertising lesson, students discuss a fictitious product which they create an advertising campaign for. Students create a...
Students research a possible career in computer animation. In this computer animation lesson plan, students research the amount of money you could make in computer animation and the kinds of jobs you could acquire.
First graders in groups develop a sense of story by making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. While one student makes the sandwich, the partner takes digital pictures of the five steps involved in the process. They switch roles. The...
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Students investigate the concept of personal hygiene and its contribution to the prevention of disease. They focus upon the practice of handwashing while conducting research looking for its proven effectiveness. Then students answer some...
Ninth graders examine their human right to education. In this American Government lesson, 9th graders evaluate how well the world is doing when it comes to providing a free, equal, quality education to our youth.
Young scholars look at the painting The Red Studio Shows the Way, and critique the art piece. In this critiquing art lesson plan, students discuss how the painting expresses ideas and feelings and history.
Eighth graders conduct Internet research as well as visit museum Web sites to become acquainted with the period of Impressionism. After completing their research, they sketch ideas for a landscape painting in the Impressionist style...
National First Ladies' Library
Students engage in a instructional activity that focuses on the events of the War of 1812. They conduct research using a variety of resources that includes the internet. Students then find images on the internet and then draw one of the...
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