I am really looking for resources for my students to do content/skill based lessons. They are currently studying pride, prejudice, and stereotyping. I (we as a team of 25 teachers) are creating an interactive learning journey that incorporates movies, animations, and other content/skill to create learning opportunities. Thank you!
I would love some recommendations for teacher resources to use for unit planning, lesson design, and student engagement. For my upper elementary students - letter writing (3rd grade), graphing (4th grade), and statistical inference (5th grade).
I am looking for resources to use to engage my 5th graders in the Reading Difference unit. I would like to have them think about how text is written. I have been experimenting with a flipped learning approach in my classroom. No previous experience or planning, but maybe this will work.
I have a 3th/4th grade team of 25 teachers. We are doing an ELA unit on historical fiction about the Korean War. We are using a flipped learning approach to get the students started and that is a challenge - they need to see the precalculus examples. I need help with the precalculus. There is a group of 6 40 students that I want to tutor them on precalculus. I would really love something like a precalculus/algebra combo unit.
I teach a 4th grade Language Arts class and we are studying the Harlem Renaissance era and as a part of that, I would like to show a movie about Isomerism. I would like the movie loaded with questions that we would then use the discussion 25 minutes later. d2c66b5586