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$2.00. This simulation has been one of my favorite activities in my freshmen Geography class. It includes the Model UN Simulation, optional student essay, rubrics, and video clips.

Shakespeare's sonnet structure like you've never seen before. Dazzle and inspire your students with this dynamic presentation. From a simple iambic pentameter line ("Trapeze, fall down, go boom, get up, again.") to a discussion of two of Shakespeare's most famous sonnets, there's plenty to amuse and challenge your class here. Full, 50-minute lesson materials included.

Need a Valentine's Day activity? Compare Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind with Alexander Pope’s Eloisa to Abelard: "How happy is the blameless vestal’s lot! The world forgetting, by the world forgot. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind! Each pray’r accepted, and each wish resign’d." Essay questions comparing the two and the poem itself are included in this unit. $

REPIN ME PLEASE :) - Freebie hundred chart in 28 different styles including basic black and white.

Writing a Persuasive Essay - Complete Unit

$2.00. Learn about history and economics with this activity from a popular Beatles song!

Free Pizza Fraction Fun lesson from Laura Candler for introducing students to equivalent fraction concepts - includes printables and directions


FREE EXPOSITORY WRITING LESSON PLAN - Writing a Descriptive Paragraph: This expository writing lesson is student directed because it guides the students through the process of writing a descriptive paragraph, up to and including grading their own final paper before turning it in for teacher evaluation.

Free: The Evidence Based Terminology guide includes the formal language students must use when citing text evidence.

This is an awesome Year-End Teacher Evaluation Survey for students to complete that will provide you the teacher with great insight and data on how your class went, what to change for next year, and how to improve your teaching! I've learned so much from these every year!

Use these 18 half page task cards to help your students understand the difference between literal and inferential questions. Each card includes a a picture and literal and inferential questions about the pictures. $

Let's get ready to learn about US Symbols and Tourist Attractions as The Traveling Tourists! This interactive unit is Jam-Packed with USA goodness! US Symbols, Tourist Attractions, Student Passports, Information, and a suitcase filled with Flip-Flap Books! Don't forget to check out the preview!!! $

$3.50. This handout includes over 60 video clips! Virtually every major economic concept is illustrated in this handout, including GDP, opportunity cost, supply and demand, unemployment, taxation, personal finance, and MUCH MORE! Most of the video clips are from popular movies and TV shows, but there are a few clips that are linked to songs as well. You will either need access to youtube at your school, or you will need to know how to convert video clips via Zamzar.

FREE. In this activity, students are given information about plants that are grown with and without the assistance of mycorrhizae. Quantitative data is given. Students graph the data and answer 8 data analysis questions.

Each of these 24 Task Cards features a short, nonfiction paragraph. Students are challenged to summarize the paragraph in just twelve words or less. $

Chapter Study Guides - for ANY novel unit to replace or support chapter quizzes. Students write summaries, test questions, discussion questions, famous quotes, and more! For secondary English classes

This 121 page resource involves tons of activities (with LESS MESS) to add some creativity and color to your social studies interactive notebooks. The activities apply easily to most areas covered in social studies, and each activity comes with detailed suggestions and ideas about how to use it in your classroom.($)

Lol, Leave it on a day that you don't tell your students you will be absent. Students would love this!!

Perfect for back to school in middle school! How does this activity work? Directions: • Color the map of South America. Each color is worth a different dollar amount. • Make the cheapest map possible. • WARNING! Before you get started, there is a catch... no colors can touch.

$7.00. This supply and demand unit is very comprehensive, and includes SEVERAL cartoons, video clips, activities, PowerPoints, handouts, and tests.