U.S. HISTORY LESSON PLAN--EXPLORING CAUSE AND EFFECT: In this U.S. History lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 3-12, students select two topics in U.S. history and use BrainPOP resources to explore the relationship between those topics. Students will work collaboratively to . . .
5th Grade Reading Enrichment Research Projects for the Entire Year! Thirty-two weekly reading enrichment projects in which students research topics and then answer the follow-up questions. The questions, not only check for comprehension of the topic researched, but review common reading text structures such as author's purpose, tone, mood, theme, compare/contrast, plot, cause and effect and more. Aligned to most 5th grade reading curriculum including STAAR/CCSS. Great for early finishers.$
It can be difficult to start an essay. Whether the essay is expository, summary, persuasive, response to literature, cause and effect, research, or personal narrative, this easy outline will help students brainstorm and organize the fundamentals they need in order to begin actually drafting their essay. Essay Outline Writing Kickstarter - Thesis Statements, Topics, Quotes by Created for Learning
Deborah Sampson (disguised herself as a man to fight in the Revolutionary War). One of the topics featured in the Cause and Effect Unit by The Teacher Next Door. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/The-Teacher-Next-Door
World War 1 Lecture Power Point Presentation. This visually engaging, 72-slide power point presentation reviews the major causes and effects of World War One. Topics include the causes of the war, propaganda, trench warfare, new weapons, The Russia Revolution, The U.S. enters the war, the Treaty of Versailles and casualties of WWI. A Cornell-Notes template is included. #WorldHistoryLessonPlans#teachingstrategies