It’s that special time of the year for the Dollar Deals specials. Head over to my new TPT store and purchase any of the following lessons for $1!!! The dollar deal sale ends July 4th!
Accelerate and engage your government students’ with this Electoral College Stations Lesson! This product contains PowerPoint with video links, activities such as true or false, video questions, a handout to take notes, and an investigation assignment. This is a full 55-minute lesson on the Electoral College. This lesson is sure to engage them in the content and make them critically analyze the Executive Branch. This lesson was designed in Google slides for distance learning!
Enhance your Sociology class with this Introduction to Sociology three-day lesson. Help your kids start the course right with this interactive lesson! This is a highly engaging three-day introduction to sociology lesson for any sociology course. Get them starting the course on the right foot and thinking like a sociologist.
Social justice begins with teaching students how to get involved and create change in their community. This social justice lesson is a complete 55-minute lesson with video links, images, examples of social justice, Kahoot game, and methods they can take to create change. There is a postcard assignment to encourage others to create change. Videos are introduced that are kid-friendly and thought-provoking. Google drive link is included to teach this digitally or on paper. Fully editable!
This is a three-page compare and contrast lesson comparing Jamestown and Plymouth Colonies. There is a one-page graphic organizer and two readings on each colony. I usually divide my class in half and they each research one colony and fill in the graphic organizer. They then partner up and share it with their partner to compare and contrast the two colonies with their partner.