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What Objects Sink and What Objects Float: Special Ed
Pre-K - 3rd
Intended for use with children having severe and profound special educational needs, this resource brings practical science to life. In order to understand what objects float and what object sink, learners will predict and test their...
Special Friends: Challenge Activities (Theme 9)
1st CCSS: Adaptable
Special Friends is the theme of a unit comprised of challenge activities for those who have already mastered the skills in the Houghton Mifflin unit Special Friends. Extended learning opportunities include writing an activity book, a...
Building Analysis Skills Through Art
13 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Useful teaching strategies abound in this inspirational, informative video! Walk step by step through one teacher's two-part lesson in her special education/ELL class as they develop text analysis skills by first beginning with analyzing...
What Objects Sink and What Objects Float Science Lesson Plan
1st - 2nd
Get your special ed students exploring science. They conduct an experiment to determine why certain objects sink and why certain objects float. This lesson is intended for 1st/2nd graders with sever to profound cognitive disabilities.
How Many Verb Tenses Are There in English?
4 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
You don't need a time machine to travel through time—you just need the English language! Explore the 12 possible ways to describe something that happened, something that is still happening, or something that will happen with an engaging...
Aphasia: The Disorder That Makes You Lose Your Words
5 mins 7th - 12th
Do you ever have a moment where you can't get the words in your head to come out precisely? Or do you mix up words that sound similar? For some of us, these are simple errors in communicating, but for others, this is called aphasia. View...
Applications of Cargoes from Three Continents to the Latin Classroom
4th - 12th
Students discuss the importance of communication and writing in their daily lives. In groups, they use the internet to research the development of letters, alphabets and writing materials. They trace the spread of the Latin language...
Exploring the Unknown with Lewis and Clark: Forts and Native Americans
Fourth graders research the expedition of Lewis and Clark and the forts they lived in during their journey and the Native Americans they encountered. In pairs they conduct Internet research, complete a WebQuest, and write a research...
Vocabulary Lesson-Pre-K Through Grade 2 and ESL
Pre-K - 2nd
Students say the name of pictures of simple objects, people and places, choosing 15 to use for the lesson. Students glue pictures in a scrapbook and write the word for each picture beside it. Students complete word recognition worksheets...
Girls Around the World: Communicating Through First-Person Narratives
5th - 12th
Teams select a society to investigate and create a chart comparing and contrasting the status of girls in that society with their own. They then craft and illustrate a personal narrative written from the point of view of a girl living in...
News and News Analysis: Navigating Fact and Opinion in the Times
8th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Help your class understand the difference between fact and opinion by exploring the New York Times homepage and articles. In pairs or small groups, pupils complete a scavenger hunt, answering the provided questions. Next, discuss the...
The Future of the Social Security System: Will it Accommodate Future Generations of Americans?
11th - 12th
Learners investigate the future of the U.S. Social Security program. They conduct research, write journal entries, meet and interview a State representative, create a web page with links, and develop a solution for the Social Security...
Nutrients, Fruit and Preparation Title: Nutrients in Fruits
9th - 12th
Students take part in a comprehensive instructional activity on the study of Vitamins and Minerals, their functions in the body, how fruits are good food source, the deficiency in the body that may occur due to the lack of nutrients....
Ceramics and Patterns with Islamic Roots and the Effect on Christian Europe
9th - 12th
Students examine a variety of ceramic pieces and trace their route through China into Europe. As a class, they discuss how ideas and patterns were carried along with the art itself. To end the lesson plan, they write a report on the...
Jewish Assimiliation in Contemporary American Literature
12th - Higher Ed
Students read a collection of stories and watch videos to learn about the Jewish assimilation in American literature. For this American literature lesson, students watch videos about Judaism, read stories from a contemporary Jewish...
Information about The International Acts of Kindness Day (IAKD)
8th - 11th
Middle and high schoolers take part in the International Acts of Kindness Day. In a simple lesson, some ideas are presented which your charges can choose from. For example: donating to charity, sending notes of thanks, or developing a...