Objectives for Learners: Students will: 1. Study the early life and innovations of Benjamin Franklin using a variety of media (autobiography, biographies, Internet web sites, condensed history or display boards, dramatic presentation); 2. Prepare written answers to selected Introductory Questions based upon their individual or shared research.
The students will be able to identify the appropriate time to use the Stop, Drop, and Roll procedure, define The Great Escape Method and recite home safety rules in a fire emergency.
In this lesson, students will learn basic music reading, including measures, time, tempo, symbols, and notes. They will perform on percussion instruments.
Take the music a step beyond just notes and rhythms by having your high school choir keep a listening log. They will write informal responses and answer questions to different choral pieces that are listened to in class.
For this activity, one student portrays a psychologist and the other students portray a patient with a psychological disorder. Students complete a chart to identify suspected causes of the disorder, common symptoms of the disorder, how the disorder interferes with daily life, and known treatments for the disorder.
This lesson is intended to teach and inform students about the harms that tobacco and smoking can have on their health and lives as a part of the Drugs, Tobacco and Alcohol Unit.
In this lesson, students read the text, Tiger Rising, to identify ways in which the character, Rob, acts out of character by noting and discussing the times when he acts out of character.