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  • Multiple Subjects
  • 3-5, MS
New York DOE
This 32 page children's book, with 25 child-friendly photos, is an ideal introduction to the facts and themes surrounding the September 11, 2001...
Bridgette Francis
Updated: 
2018
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New York DOE
A high school or workplace / community group- appropriate lesson on the concept of gender binarism and LGBTQ rights. The lesson focuses on gender...
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  • World History
  • Middle School
California DOE
Between World War One and Two, Germany experienced several changes in government: from an emperor to a democracy to the rise of a new dictator, a...
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
California DOE
The story opens on a hot summer day with three small children and their aunt sitting in a railway carriage on the way to Templecombe. Together with...
ben_2894167
Updated: 
2018
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • 3-5, MS, HS
Standards aligned
Wordcraft ( www.playwordcraft.com ), is a new computer game that teaches the morphology (prefixes, suffixes, Greek and Latin roots). The game was...
Fun Shapes Video
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Illinois DOE
Teaching Tip: Instruct your learner the meaning of corners and right angles prior to watching the video. Discuss where you can see specific shapes in...
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With thousands of men fighting in World War II, women are offered jobs in fields that had not previously been available to them, including aviation...
Empatico skills
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New York DOE
Created by valued Ashoka partner Empatico , these engaging lesson plans cover key changemaking skills including Respectful Communication, Cooperation...
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
New York DOE
The 45th President of the United States uses the term "fake news" a lot in his responses to the press corps. Is he referring to entire news stories...
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
Standards aligned
This lesson was developed by Hanna Nielsen at the Coastal Ecosystems Institute, and it centers on a short animation called “ Worse than Poop! ”,...