• English Language Arts
  • Middle School
Common Core
This is an entire unit that follows: CCSS.RL.7.9 Compare and contrast a fictional portrayal of a time, place, or character and a historical account...
  • Multiple Subjects
  • K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
The Coaching Boys Into Men (CBIM) Coaches Kit CBIM Coaches stand up for respect. They are role models for their athletes and fellow coaches, and are...
  • English Language Arts
  • High School
This is a lesson plan for High School English on the topic 'The Story Teller'. I would appreciate your feedback on the lesson plan.
  • English Language Arts
  • Elementary (Grades 3-5)
New York DOE
Students will be able to determine how characters from fairy tales respond to certain challenges in order to understand the story better. A challenge...
  • English Language Arts
  • High School
California DOE
English Language Arts: 9th Grade. The unit is comprised of six 110 minute lessons (Block Schedule). Each lesson contains a grammar assignment,...
Tips for choosing a school

Surely you the amazing spent this holiday: gifts, friends, wake up late, family, travel, etc.. However, everything has an end, and it came. This does not mean it’s bad, and even if it takes a little motivation to get lazy back to school (or work) after so many days off, it’s a good time to begin to reshape our goals.

So now that you are back in “real life”, first, thanks for the opportunity you have to enjoy and benefit from a school or a job.Many people would be going on right now that “suffering” to return to daily activity!

It is also good to take the start of the year as an excuse to ask yourself new goals in your school and / or work. Make a list of everything that you would like to achieve this year.

Finally, stop and consider all the benefits you get to be studying and / or working, as being closer to a professional degree, coexisting with friends, or in the case of labor, such as economic compensation both enjoy.

So you know, remember to enjoy all your responsibilities and want to throw this back to school or back to the office.

The adaptation period can be a rough time for many kids and may impact badly on academic performance, in that case you have to be prepared to help your kid with different subjects and can be extremely useful for such purposes.

We suggest 10 tips for you to do well in school:

1. If you are new to the school, identifies those most scholars, most fun and engaged relationship with everyone.
2. Although many jobs and tasks are lazy, there is no way to make them in advance.
3. If you are someone who is sleeping in the living room, skip a few minutes to wash my face and take a short walk.
4. If it works, do not choose to do nothing, chooses those who work to make something that everyone, or shared activities.
5. At exam time, turn down to party, over five days worth of hard study all concerned holiday courses and special examinations.
6. Never missing the annoying person who keeps making your life impossible, ignore them, focus on what you’re interested.
7. If your living room is the girl or boy more guap @ school, do not be afraid near him, let him talk as anyone without getting nervous and possibly have a chance to build a relationship with him or her.
8. If there is a teacher who abused his position, fix things with him, never retes, (remember that you can fail and you can not run) become their ally and all will be well.
9. Always sit up front, avoid distractions, and if the teacher puts some activity that is worth points, and only accepts the first, for you are about to win.
10. Never go to school like you’re at a party, because when you are invited to one, you will not know what to wear for fear of being seen equal. This does not mean you’re messy, but it’s good to find a balance.

“The goal of education is not to increase the amount of knowledge but to create the possibilities for a child to invent and discover, to create men...
2018 Women's March in Missoula, Montana.

2018 Women's March in Missoula, Montana.CREDIT: Montanasuffregettes (CC)

The attached PowerPoint lesson serves as a primer for students to understand different types of democracy: direct, indirect, social, liberal, and...