The site includes historical narratives, an image gallery, a geography section, an American literature book list for middle school, high school, and college-level students and teacher resources with lesson plans and activities.
Although the lesson plans found here were designed to help judges teach in K-12 classrooms, they can be adapted by social studies teachers with an interest in teaching about the law and the Bill of Rights.
Suitable for the middle and high school level, the activity can be used by students collaborating across schools to gain a broader perspective or even participating in a special Civil Rights videoconference with the Museum of Television & Radio.
The White Star Line. The site, created for grades 6-12, allows students to reenact the civil trial brought by Carla Christine Jensen against the White Star Line, the company that owned the Titanic.
Dowling's Electronic Passport Download Page. Mike Dowling has prepared study guides, homework assignments and exams for sixth and seventh grades for a variety of social studies curriculum areas that are free and available for teachers to print or to edit.
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Students can write their names using hieroglyphs, construct a canopic jar, create an equation quilt, participate in an Egyptian market day,and transform a cardboard box into a mummy case.
Teachers can use this chapter with its accompanying Internet based lesson plans in place of a standard textbook or they can use it to supplement existing social studies materials.
The site, developed by teacher Phillip Martin while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Liberia, West Africa, includes lesson plans, the folktales, plays, African recipes, links to other African resources, and ideas for students to create and produce their ownplays.
Click on to find lesson and unit plans covering Social Studies, Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science, a teacher's guide, projects, a library of coin related links and a teacher's network to communicate with other professionals.