Your class can learn about Amelia Earhart and practice important comprehension skills here. Learners answer questions about cause and effect, compare texts, and discuss similes and metaphors after reading Amelia Earhart: Free in the...
Amelia Earhart forever changed the idea of who could be pilots. The activity helps young academics examine a photo of Amelia Earhart to understand what it tells individuals about the past. Scholars participate in group discussions and...
Amelia Earhart's accomplishments and strength of character extend beyond her status as one of the first female aviators in America. Elementary and middle schoolers learn about Earhart's early life and the historical context surrounding...
Fly through the gender barrier! Scholars investigate the impact Amelia Earhart had on American aviation and society. After watching a brief biographical video, learners take a look at primary documents to gain insight into her intriguing...
In this research instructional activity, students use a teacher assigned web site to answer 7 research questions. They read about Earhart's attempt to fly around the world and the theories about her disappearance.
Second graders investigate the accomplishments of Amelia Earhart. They read and discuss a biography of Amelia Earhart, complete a Venn diagram, and conduct an interview with a classmate and write and publish a biography of their classmate.
Eighth graders explore the contributions of Amelia Earhart. In this Amelia Earhart instructional activity, 8th graders research Internet and print sources to find information about the aviation feats of Amelia Earhart. Students write...
Students list characteristics of a brave and daring person and describe contributions that Amelia Earhart made to aviation. They describe how Amelia Earhart contributed to the advancement of women.
Students discuss an article in USA Today in which Gregg Zoroya proposes his theory about what happened to Amelia Earhart. In this reading comprehension and Amelia Earhart instructional activity, students read an article in USA Today...
In this history worksheet, students do research and find information about Amelia Earhart. Students answer 18 questions about her biographical overview, the world flight and disappearance and the search. No information is given on the...
In this history worksheet, students investigate the conspiracy theory surrounding the disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Students answer 12 questions. No information is given on this page; students will need to do research.
Learners view pictures of Amelia Earhart and discuss the social and historical context of her life. They read excerpts of Earhart's autobiography "The Fun of It" and analyze her purpose in writing it.
Examine the life of Amelia Earhart with kids. They will read facts and view a timeline about Earhart's life. They will work in groups to read the last radio transmissions and draw conclusions about what happened in her disappearance and...
Class members use the biography Lost Star: The Story of Amelia Earhart, by Patricia Lauber, in order to strengthen their understanding of how events can change a person. While working through the story, pupils will have a chance to see...
Students study Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt. In this biographical lesson, students read Amelia and Eleanor Go For a Ride. Students write their own biography, create a timeline of events from the book, and write a story based on...
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Betsy Ross, Toni Morrison, Sacajawea, Amelia Earhart, Maya Lin, Sally Ride, Judy Baca. No matter the subject area or the grade level you teach you will find much to value in a manual that focuses on the contributions U.S. women have...
Students explore social practices and technological advancement of the 1920s and 1930s and relate this to modern life. They explore the events of Amelia Earhart's life and her poetry. They write their own poetry.
After reading an excerpt from Amelia Earhart's autobiography, The Fun of It, learners explore various nonfiction resources about her life and write a short newspaper article on a specific event. They then develop a longer piece of...
Students travel the world with Amelia Earhart, mapping out their own route and then comparing it to the one she flew as she attempted to circle the earth in an airplane. They apply military time as it pertained to Earhart's disappearance.
Practice distinguishing biography from autobiography through point of view. Tell a brief story of your morning. Have a class member retell the story to you (using second person). And have another retell the story to the class (using...
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