This unit is the first of six in the Panwapa Community Citizenry Project Curriculum. Students are introduced to the idea of community and discuss their community before making avatars and cards to represent themselves. By reflecting on what is important in their own community, students can learn to more
Provided by Marshall Cavendish Publishing, these resources outline the major events, battles, and historical milestones of the American Revolution as well as some of the critical participants.
This unit is the fifth of six in the Panwapa Community Citizenry Project Curriculum. Students are instructed in how to visit someone else's Information Booth, put together and display their own, and reflect on what they have learned by exploring different communities, including their own.
This lesson plan really focuses in on two areas: the life of Black Cowboys and the importance of Cattle Trails. Students engage in discussions, readings, picture analysis, and creating trail routes to better understand the significance of cowboys and cattle trails in the expansion of the United Stat more
Classroom Connection is a program through the MN International Center that provides an international speaker for three visits. The lessons in this teacher guide use a modified format based on the Readers Workshop mini-lesson. The goal of these lessons is for students to practice geogr more