7th Grade Industrialization Activity - Download and save to your Onedrive history folder
Website Evaluation Practice - 6th grade
Immigration Collaborative Lesson
Traveling to America – start at 6:00 – 12:00
6th GRADE ENGLISH CLASSES- CIVIL WAR RESEARCH
7TH GRADE MATH CLASS – MEACHAM (and Mrs. Mitchell’s “just a chillin” kite-making tutorial)
Video 1 – YOU WILL MAKE FOUR OF THESE!
7th grade Science Classes – CELLTACULAR!
Task 1 – Quia Quiz – Please click HERE! Fill in your name on this quiz and choose the submit button when you are finished.
Task 2 – Video inside the Cell Watch this video on the inside of the cell. Once you are done watching the video answer the questions below then proceed to the next task. Please wear your headphones.
Task 3 – Through the Virtual Cell Click on the link and fly through the cell on a virtual tour . This tour will open in a separate window. When you have completed watching the video, close that window to return here for task #4. Please wear your headphones.
Task 4- Cells Alive Virtual Tour Click on the link. Follow the instructions on your screen which will ask you to begin by choosing “Plant Cell” or “Animal Cell”. After you have chosen, a cell will come up on your screen and you can click on the different parts of the cell to learn what they do. This tour will open in a separate window. When you have completed watching the video, close that window to return here for task #5. Please wear your headphones.
Task 5 – Ticket out the Door I hope you had fun today exploring the cell. We will continue with some more cool activities in the library. BUT BEFORE YOU GO, you need to complete a ticket out the door. Please go to the BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE and leave a comment .
Lesson modified from: http://acmscellunit.weebly.com/science.html
7th Grade Science Classes –
8th Grade Propaganda Analysis – GROUP ACTIVITY
- “Ice Cream Cone” (Johnson, 1964)
- “We Will Bury You” (Goldwater, 1964)
- “Children/Achievements” (Ford, 1976)
- “The Threat” (Dole, 1996)
- “Ian” (Gore, 2000)
- “Changing World” (Bush, 2004)
Questions for discussion:
- What theme or issue does this ad highlight?
- What propaganda strategies did they use?
- In this ad, do you find more factual information or more opinion? What factual info did you find? What opinions did you find?
- What is the overall tone of the ad? Is it positive or negative? Give evidence to support your opinion.
- Do you think this ad will help the candidate gain support? Why or why not?
- Does the ad make the candidate seem presidential? If so, how? If not, why not?
8th Grade Propaganda Analysis – INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY
FIND MORE EXAMPLES HERE. Does not include fear.