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Projects

Results 1 thru 10 of 27 total projects.

1.  Universal
Interactive Lessons for Reading Groups...


2.  Universal
The Gingerbread Man Goes Around the World
This project is a K-2, learner-centered, thematic unit introducing children to the clas...
Curriculum: Mathematics, History/Social Science, Fine Arts
Grades: K, 1, 2


3.  Universal
Shaking Up Shakespeare
This template is intended to help you quickly write effective, comprehensive lesson pla...
Curriculum: Technology
Grades: Junior/Community College


4.  Web Resource List (WRL)
Groundhog Day Resources


5.  Universal
Paul Bunyan: Tall Man, Tall Tale
SummaryThis project represents a thorough exploration of Paul Bunyan, "...
Curriculum: Fine Arts
Grades: 3


6.  Universal
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
"Goldilocks and the Three Bears" is a classic tale about young girl and her a...
Curriculum: Performing Arts
Grades: K


7.  Universal
Tuck Everlasting
Imagine coming upon a fountain of youth in a forest. To live forever--isn’t that everyo...
Grades: 5, 6, 7


8.  Universal
Happily Ever After- ?
Students will explore a selection of classic and modern fairy tales, focusing on...
Curriculum: Reading
Grades: K


9.  Universal
Heaven and Hell


10.  Web Resource List (WRL)
Discovering Paul Bunyan
Paul Bunyan is the hero of one of the greatest tall tales of all time. On this page, yo...
Curriculum: Other, English/Language Arts
Grades: 3


Resources

Results 1 thru 10 of 32 total resources.

1.  Web Site
International Children's Digital Library
The International Children's Digital Library (ICDL) is a research project to create a ...
Curriculum: ELL/LEP, Education, Technology, Geography, Foreign Language, ESL, Reading, History/Social Science, English/Language Arts
Grades: All
2.  Web Site
Common Core Curriculum Map
The Common Core’s Curriculum Maps are curriculum planning documents that translate the ...
Curriculum: English/Language Arts
Grades: 3
3.  Web Site
MythWeb
Citing from some of the greatest ancient texts, this site offers a comprehensive mythol...
Curriculum: History/Social Science, English/Language Arts
Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
4.  Web Site
Story Arts Online
At this site, nationally known storyteller Heather Forest shares ideas and articles abo...
Curriculum: English/Language Arts
Grades: All
5.  Web Site
A Book in Time
A Book in Time was written by a teacher for other teachers. The original project starte...
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Reading
Grades: All
6.  Web Site
Learning to Give
At this website, parents, teachers, students, and others interested in fostering though...
Curriculum: History/Social Science, English/Language Arts
Grades: K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
7.  Web Site
Teacher CyberGuide: Sign of the Beaver by Eliza...
Visit this teacher-oriented site for Elizabeth George Speare's book Sign of the Beav...
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Reading
Grades: 4, 5
8.  Web Site
Homer's Iliad and Odyssey
Explore the world of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey in this student-created si...
Curriculum: English/Language Arts, History/Social Science, Reading
Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
9.  Web Site
Aesop's Fables
Learn important moral's from Aesop's fables. This kid-directed site includes crossword ...
10.  Image
Floor Mosaic
This is a floor mosaic from Corinth, Greece, that shows the god Pan. Pan was the Goat-G...
Curriculum: History/Social Science


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Osceola High School - Pinellas, Florida







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