In this lesson, students perform a close reading of an informational text to learn about the history of the Blackstone Canal.
In this lesson, students use primary source documents to research Lincoln's life. Students will then write a journal entry as Abraham Lincoln.
In this lesson, students explore the total solar eclipse of 1900 and how Wadesboro, NC was chosen as a place of study for the eclipse. Through several reading and hands-on activities, students will learn more about eclipses, what causes them, and their paths.
In this lesson, students analyze "The New Colossus" by Emma Lazarus and explain its importance as an example of how the Statue of Liberty continues to bring meaning to different groups of people.
In this lesson, students will explore Emma Lazarus's poem and explore how this written piece has added to our understanding of the Statue of Liberty.