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How Well Do You Know the States?
Use Kidspiration ® to geographically arrange a puzzle of the 50 United Sates. Then students will show what else they know about the states by adding interesting symbols and written details.
Students will use Kidspiration ® to develop a multi-panel cartoon based on their research related to a historical event.
Comparing Native American Tribes
Compare and write about two Native American tribes or groups in several categories of information using Kidspiration®
Globalization: Mapping Our Stuff
Students will use Kidspiration ® to create a diagram that documents the origin of their possessions. They will then research and write about the factors that led to the production of the items.
Symbols and Leaders of the United States
Match names with symbols to identify the people and symbols that have shaped US democratic values. Then students will write details about the people and symbols, conducting research as necessary.
Writing Myths Lesson Plans : This page contains large sword templates for students to write their myths on. This set includes an idea web, first draft ...
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Book Reviews, Annotation, and Web Technology
Integrating technology, research, and the language arts, students work collaboratively on this lesson reviewing books and creating hypertext on the Web. Reading, writing, purpose, and audience are synthesized, resulting in a challenging and creative student project.
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