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Students investigate the Aztec civilization and locate it on a map. They explain the legend of the city of Tenochtitan and investigate the symbolism of the Mexican flag.
There are several important components in this how to build a PowerPoint presentation. Luckily there are some explicit instructions on how to put these components into the PowerPoint. This is a short, 3 slide, assignment on finding a...
Lesson three of this unit focuses on multiculturalism in soccer. Begin class by showing video clips of soccer in other countries. This lesson includes a link to Rwandan youth playing soccer in an open space. Playing soccer in third...
Center for Civic Education
In September we celebrate Constitution Day. Begin the celebration with a grand conversation about the US Constitution. Follow up the in-depth discussion with a learning game in which scholars match terms to images such as the...
Students compare and contrast the German flag to the American flag. In this diversity lesson, students view an example of the German flag and American flag. Students list the differences and similarities between both flags. Students...
Learners memorize poems and songs to recite and sing at a Fourth of July concert. In this poems and songs lesson, students practice reciting 9 songs and poems while holding small flags.
Sixth graders research Veteran's Day and wars that affected the United States. In this research lesson plan, 6th graders work in small groups to create an oral presentation based on Internet and conventional research. They complete...
Pupils explore the impact of world events on past Olympics as a springboard for understanding the cultural, political, and social climate surrounding the 2002 Winter Olympics after the events of September 11, 2001.
Core Knowledge Foundation
Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, and England are four countries united by more than a monarchy. Academics explore the geography of the nations that make up the United Kingdom. The resource is broken into six lessons focusing on the...
Where is Australia? How is an Australian Christmas from other Christmases around the world? Learners participate in a mini-research project where they discover what an Australian Christmas is like.
US National Archives
Of the images that have permeated history to define American courage, perseverance, and patriotism, the 1945 photograph of United States Marines raising the flag at Iwo Jima is one of the most well known. After researching the pivotal...
Students solve problems with ratios and proportions. In this algebra lesson,students apply the concept of ratios and proportions to the real world.
Students research a country. In this research and computers lesson, students select a country and research various aspects about it including the capital city, the flag and fun facts. Students create slides about their country and then...
Students take a closer look at historical maps. In this primary source analysis lesson, students examine the first world map produced by Martin Waldseemuller. Students complete the included map analysis worksheet and then write letters...
Students examine how to read maps for historical information. They listen to a lecture on the history of D-Day, analyze a historical map of the invasion of Normandy, and answer discussion questions.
Students investigate the historical use of flags on Earth, debate ownership issues for interplanetary exploration, and design a flag for Mars. The implication of placing a flag at a location forms the focus of the lesson.
Students survey flags of Europe. Students read news stories dealing with the European Union. They discuss the importance of symbolism and identity. Students design one flag to represent all members of the European Union.
Third graders brainstorm and write summary of things they learned about American Flag, edit another student's summary, rewrite their own summary, and conference with teacher before writing final copy.
What does the American flag represent to different people? An interesting assessment is a useful tool for teaching about primary sources. Academics analyze a photo of the flag raising at Iwo Jima to explain its significance to history....
In this social studies worksheet, students examine a black line drawing of the flag of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Students color the flag. Instructions are not provided and students will need to research the appropriate colors for the flag.
There are shapes everywhere you see! Use a presentation about shapes to encourage young learners to find squares, circles, triangles, and rectangles in a series of pictures. One slide shows kids what the shapes look like, and then a...
Students read You're a Grand Old Flag as well as other provided books about flags. In this flag lesson, students cut, decorate and bake cookies as flags, practice the letter f, the number 4, the rectangle shape and use the color white....
Students explore the nature of island combat on Iwo Jima during World War II. They examine the association between the Pacific Theater of World War II and Iwo Jima. Students evaluate Charles Lindberg's oral history, propaganda posters,...
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