Students will: compare and contrast the city-states, Athens and Sparta, using a Venn diagram. compose an essay including the similarities and differences between the city-states, Athens and Sparta.
Students will read and analyze the poem "The Bells", by Edgar Allan Poe. Students will collaborate with their peers to identify and share examples of literary techniques used by the author.
In this lesson, students will be broken into different groups representing the Hindu caste system. Each group will be given and list of tasks and responsibilities to complete during the lesson in an effort to earn karma points. At the end of the lesson, there will be a rebirth ceremony where students will be moved into higher classes based on how many karma points they earned.
Using Inspiration, PPT, or Word, students will determine the similarities and differences between Hinduism and Buddhism. Website links for research provided. 30 day free trials for Inspiration are available: http://www.inspiration.com/freetrial
This lesson includes information pertaining to the ways in which man lived during the Old Stone Age and the New Stone Age. Students will acquire knowledge through the utilization of a PowerPoint presentation while completing a graphic organizer throughout the lesson.
Students will spend time learning and using common prefixes. Students will use prefixes and create words that they will share. Students will attempt to use prefixes properly in order to better understand their meanings.
This lesson challenges learners to share individual writings while their peers attempt to identify the clear purpose of the work. Students will focus on forms of expository writing as well as author's purpose.
Students will spend time familiarizing themselves with suffixes. Students will work in small groups to read a provided newspaper to find examples of suffix in use and define the words they are attached to.