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FDR's Fireside Chat on the Purposes and Foundations of the Recovery ProgramLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Students discuss how they get information on important events or activities that occur in the national government today. They evaluate the New Deal, utilizing document analysis worksheets imbedded in this plan.
SPLASHING FISH, SINGING WHALES & RAINFOREST TRAILS: The Wonder of Nature in Our WorldLesson Planet
Third graders use the internet to explore nature in everyday experiences, listen to the rhythm of nature sounds, examine photographs, painting and sculpture with nature themes, and create an audiotape.
How Typical or Atypical is Your Community?Lesson Planet
6th - Higher Ed
Students analyze and answer specific questions posed by the teacher about their community. They assess how typical a community is by comparing its characteristics to those of the whole nation. They determine how typical or atypical...
Interpreting a Story from a News ArticleLesson Planet
4th - 6th
Students read and retell a story form out of the newspaper. They write to communicate ideas, stories, letters, simple explanations, and short reports. They edit and perfect their projects for homework, and they share their work with the...
Radio Program #14-The Back to the Land MovementLesson Planet
9th - 12th
Students identify the impact of the "Back to the Land" movement on the Appalachian area. They interview people who have moved back or know someone who has moved back to the Appalachian area. Students graph out profiles of "typical"...
Web-Linked Activities Activity: Make a PosterLesson Planet
Second graders receive activity sheets and visit a linked web site. They follow directions to navigate to the correct area. Students answer questions about fire safety, and check their answers on the site. Students create a fire safety...
Computer Multimedia and Animation Technology: Video CaptureLesson Planet
9th - 12th
High schoolers explore multimedia and animation technology. They create an autobiographical film of themselves and an album cover for their CD case. They watch a video and take notes to discover the five camera placements in their...