The Stonecutter Teacher Resources
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Students identify details that support the theme of a story. In this main idea or theme lesson, students view a video of "The Stonecutter's Wish." Students are given a graphic organizer to use as they discuss the main idea of the...
Imagine organizing and providing for a workforce of 10,000, just one of the many challenges facing Imhotep, the architect of the worldÕs first stone step pyramid. Images and re-enactments enliven part three of the series on ancient...
Students travel down the Nile River to survey ancient Egypt in this unit of nine lessons. Data about pharaohs, hieroglyphics, growing crops, pyramids, the geography, and the sacred rituals are explored in this unit.
Students draw like an architect. For this interdisciplinary lesson, students research and draw several examples of different forms of architecture through societies, cultures and times, then present them to the class.
American Museum of Natural History
Talk about rabbit holes! With just this one resource, learners can travel the Silk Road listening to fables, meet a scientist who studies poisons (and whose favorite book is Alice in Wonderland), and listen to a video interview of an...
Middle Tennessee State University
As part of a case study of U.S. immigration during the first part of the 20th century, class members examine a variety of primary sources that present multiple perspectives of the responses of those in favor of immigration and those...
Students write journals in response to the beginning of The Stone Cutter. In this The Stone Cutter lesson, students discuss the opening of the book and the main character. Students look for connections with architecture in the first...