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The Battle of Bunker Hill
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This lesson plan is designed to help 5th grade students explore the events and effects of the Battle of Bunker Hill during the American Revolutionary War through research of informational text, video presentation and pictures, with the ultimate goal of understanding the effect of the battle on the war. The lesson is best delivered in an in person whole group setting, but could be modified to be used in an online format. Time Frame: 45 - 60 minutesPhoto by Melanie Nixon

Subject:
Elementary English Language Arts
History
Social Studies
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Activity/Lab
Lesson Plan
Reading
Author:
Melanie
Date Added:
02/08/2022
Creating Poetry Using a Traditional Shoshone Tale
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"How Wood Tick Became Flat" is a tale from the Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation. This tale helps students become familiar with cultural storytelling and its importance in Native cultures. Students will have a brief introduction to the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation and thier location in Utah. This lesson include an experience eliciting discussion and literacy activities. Students will create a diamante poem using a Native American tale. 

Subject:
Literature
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Lesson Plan
Author:
Lorna Loy
Brenda Beyal
Date Added:
03/23/2022
Example Genius Hour for Elementary
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This is an example of Genius Hour for elementary students (5-6th grade). It goes over how to start a Genius Hour in your classroom.  Preview Image: Original Photo created by Kayla Towner

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English Language Arts
History
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Lesson
Author:
Kayla Towner
Date Added:
10/08/2021
How Beaver Lost the Fur on His Tail
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Tookwee’nup, legends, are Paiute stories told during the winter months. They are mythical, often humorous, and they contain a moral. Tookwee’nup teach Paiute children why things are like they are. The stories give spiritual instruction and expose the children to human characteristics that we all possess. This lesson uses this Paiute tale to help students learn about fire myth patterns, wildfires and develop vocabulary. 

Subject:
Elementary English Language Arts
History
Literature
Science
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Activity/Lab
Lesson Plan
Author:
Lorna Loy
Brenda Beyal
Date Added:
03/23/2022