Engage your students in this year-long activity: at the end of each lesson, give them a question as a homework. This question will be corrected at the beginning of the next lesson. Easy, isn't it?With these questions, you will be able to give them cultural basics about the English speaking world, in different fields: history, geography (capitals), the UK, the USA, literature and music.The .zip file contains 6 pdf (one for each category).
World History/Geography High School : Final Project -- This 3-day lesson plan is designed to give students class time to complete a final project about the five themes of geography. Students are encouraged to use their research skills and knowledge about the five themes to create a unique project. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/World-HistoryGeography-Lesson-PlanFinal-Project-2097480
A creative way to teach a lesson on the Cold War using the song 99 Red Balloons written during the end of the Cold War about missiles. Students will love this as it incorporated music and red balloons into learning. Good for Middle School and High School Geography, Social Studies, American History, European History, etc.
Students review 19 landforms from geography by matching the term, image, and identification. They also rewrite the definitions in their own words or complete an alternate task. Lastly, students connect what they learned about landforms to where they live.
This fun, engaging Reconstruction activity is designed to reach all levels of learners. The Power to the Students activity is broken into four sections of questions. For each section the students are directed how many questions they must answer. For example, one section lists four separate questions, but the students only have to select two questions to answer. It is their choice, and the students love being able to choose! Differentiation is implemented through the varying range of…