Interpret information presented in diverse media and formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) and explain how it contributes to a topic, text, or issue under study.

Mission US Lesson Plan: For Crown or Colony?

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This lesson plan, adaptable for grades 5-12, centers around Mission US: For Crown or Colony?, a game in which students take on the role of an apprentice to a newspaper printer in Boston in 1770--a tim...

Map Projections Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Suggested discussion prompts and pause points....

North Korea Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Suggested discussion prompts and pause points....

Mummies Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Read the movie description that appears below the movie player on Mummies Topic Page. Then use the following prompts to encourage class discussion before, during, and after watching the movie. Before...

Map Projections Lesson Plan: Peel-a-Globe

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 3-8, students watch the BrainPOP movie Map Projections and explore the other features in this topic to learn all about the difficulty of creating flat maps fr...

Apollo Project Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Use these prompts to encourage a class discussion before, during and after watching the Apollo Project movie. ...

Make-a-Map Lesson Plan: Life Cycle

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Students use Make-a-Map to recreate the featured life cycle....

Water Safety Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Use these prompts to encourage a class discussion before, during and after watching the Water Safety movie. ...

Nellie Bly Discussion Prompts & Pause Points

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Use these prompts to encourage a class discussion before, during and after watching the Nellie Bly movie. ...

Citing Sources Discussion Prompts and Pause Points

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Use these prompts to encourage a class discussion before, during and after watching the Citing Sources movie. ...