NC Heritage Calendar
In this lesson, students compare cultuarlly appropriate greetings and hand gestures from different cultures. Students learn about Barry White, Jr. and understand how he uses hand gestures to communicate. They also create a unique form of communication.
In this lesson, students identify the obstacles Dr. Burroughs faced as the first African American pediatrician in Wake County, list at least three individuals or groups who helped fight against segregation, and discuss issues or struggles that are present today among minorities.
In this lesson, students create an original dance portraying their feeling if they were faced with a struggle they had to overcome.
Heritage Calendar-Dr. & Mrs. William "Bill" and Ida Friday Lesson Plan-American History I Grades 9-12
In this lesson, students will understand the history of the Social Justice movement and how it continues to shape the political, economic and social development of this country.
In this lesson, students learn about WomenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s movement throughout history and recognize its progress as well as the challenges still ahead.
In this lesson, students will understand the importance of the Native American Cultural Heritage through the lenses of their own home country indigenous cultural heritage.
In this lesson, students learn about soccer, its basic playing rules, and the differences and similarities to American football. This lesson has a world languages focus.
In this lesson, students identify characteristics of successful athletes. Students will identify characteristics of successful academics. Students will recognize the how characteristics of successful athleticism and academics can work together and encourage community leadership.
In this lesson, students demonstrate correct hand placement while attempting to throw and catch a football while correctly following directives for rules and instructions.
In this lesson, students explore and analyze the impact Logan has had on the sport of basketball in North Carolina. Students will create trading cards by using Web2.0 tools that illustrates details of LoganÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s basketball career.
In this lesson, students will read for information, make connections and support ideas about LoganÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s basketball career and his impact on communities in North Carolina.
In this lesson, students research various local volunteer organizations and use technology to explore and promote these organizations.
In this lesson, students create a digital (or paper/pencil) representation of a civil rights character from history.
In this lesson, students will identify an area in the school that could be improved. Students will construct an improvement plan, complete with justification for their improvement method. Students will provide a formal written proposal supporting their claims that the specific area needs improvement and why their improvement plan could work.
In this lesson, students explore their local (or nearby) Communities in Schools chapter and create an infographic for individual services provided.
In this lesson, students examine the issue of child poverty and factors that contribute to child well-being in North Carolina.
In this lesson, students analyze the impact/contributions of Hunter in his local community and regions over time. Students will create a brief digital presentation to demonstrate their understanding of HunterÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s contributions followed by examples of how we can contribute to our communities today.
In this lesson, students create a comic strip that tells a fictional story about a slave's life and how they overcome obstacles using descriptive language.