Develop a better understanding of "Blackbeard's Ghost" with this differentiated lesson. Working in groups on a creative project, middle schoolers can reinforce their reading comprehension and literary analysis skills. Use this lesson to...
Students research the pirate Blackbeard and create a technological presentation about him. In this research lesson, students read articles about the pirate Blackbeard. Students research the pirate and then create a technological...
Young scholars read Blackbeard and brainstorm their knowledge of maps. In this language arts and geography instructional activity, students use landmarks on their playground to review north, south, east and west and discuss the compass...
Eighth graders, in pairs, research the era of piracy and buccaneers. Among the topics they investigate are Mary Read, Edward Teach, and other pirates who sailed off the Carolina coast. Using the Internet, 8th graders write paragraphs...
In this recognizing -ew words in sentences worksheet, students use the words in the word bank to complete the sentences and create sentences with new words. Students write 14 answers.
Students assemble details about a pirate voyage and choose which details to include on a postcard that pirate might have written home. They discuss the Pirate Code and determine what should be done in certain "Sticky Situations."
In this Dig Magazine archeology quiz, students answer 5 multiple choice questions covering a variety of concepts. Page contains answer and additional resources link.
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