Identifying Similarities and Differences; Geography and Map Skills; Autumn Themes; Central America; Hispanic and Latin American
Students will use research skills to explore countries in areas such as culture, history, geography, economics, and government.
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Introduce your students to the richness of Hispanic heritage with these lesson plans, book lists, and teaching ideas.
Students will engage in researching the history of farm workers, writing a book blog, and creating a book of personal proverbs.
Students will learn about different cultures and celebrate their own culture as they create and share posters about their families.
Encourage students to boost their confidence by writing about what they know through personal experience.
In this unit, students are paired with similar readers in their class to engage in meaningful reading partnerships.
Teach about Ruby Bridges for Black History Month or Women's History Month with a Common Core lesson plan, including vocabulary, worksheets, comprehension questions, and much more.
Students practice identifying words with short-vowel sounds and sound-spellings.
Students build their knowledge of plot, character, setting, and theme as well as the writing process by participating in activities related to the book Because of Winn-Dixie.
Introduce students to the mystery genre and explore the vocabulary and plot structure they will encounter when reading a mystery.