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Students research Stonehenge and make a creative project in this lesson. They research the location, origins, and purposes of Stonehenge. They also view pictures of Stonehenge. On watercolor paper, they sketch a scene of Stonehenge.
Students investigate the mystery of Stonehenge. For this Stonehenge lesson, students participate in a classroom activity that requires them to research information about Stonehenge as well as information regarding archeology and...
Students work in cooperative groups to create a theory about the origin of Stonehenge. Each member of the group has a specific role, responsibilities and tasks. The group work can be implemented as a scaffolding technique.
After studying Ancient Civilizations, learners could use this jeopardy-like game as a review. Having questions relating to the Neolithic, Paleolithic Era, and more, this presentation would be a great whole class or center activity.
In this archaeology instructional activity, students complete multiple choice questions about the archaeology of Egyptians, Greeks, Stonehenge, and more. Students complete 4 questions.
Students examine the man-made wonders of the world. In this current events lesson plan, students research selected websites to learn more about the most recent wonders of the world competition. Students also research Stonehenge.
Students explore archeologists and anthropologists and the tools and methods they use to gather and interpret scientific evidence. They research current archaeological excavations and contact the scientists working at these digs.
In this winter solstice worksheet, students read a detailed text about the winter solstice and the historical and religious significance of this day. Students then complete a 15 question fill-in-the-blank and true/false worksheet.
In this ESL Stonehenge comprehension activity, students watch a video of Stonehenge, then fill in blanks in sentences about the video, 12 total. Page has a link to audio and HTML code.
Students encounter the tools they need to begin their journey of reading. They must realize that they must gain comprehension skills to comprehend the meaning behind what is being read. Students use this strategy to pull out key...
In this famous locations crossword grid worksheet, students use a word bank located at the bottom of the page to fill in the 25 word grid. They enter the names of famous locations which include Niagara Falls, the Great Pyramid, and...
By looking at the direction of the parallel streets of New York and figuring which days the setting sun is directly visible along those lines, your class can calculate the degree and angle of the sun. A really nice lesson, giving a photo...
And the prize for oldest living thing on Earth goes to . . . In this video from PBS Digital Studios, viewers learn about the oldest living things on Earth, all over 2,000 years old, such as bristlecone pines, baobab, sea grass,...
Students explore how the centuries-old invention of the lever led to today's applications in mobiles and crowbars. They watch a video on the lever, then utilize worksheets imbedded in this plan to guide their experiments.
Middle schoolers close their eyes and picture the sky. They are asked to brainstorm things they may see in the course of a night and day, such as the movement of the sun, moon, and stars. Students work in groups to coduct their...
Students explore the Photoshop program. In this technology lesson, students use cropping tools to crop photos out of the background on a Photoshop file. Students edit and paste a picture onto a new background.
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