Search Plan-It

February 13, 2011
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As you can tell, I’ve been pretty focused on my lesson plan search engine lately.  I’ve been using the lesson plan search engine on this site to spice up my current lesson plans, and I have shared some Great Depression lesson plans on my Facebook Page if you would like to have a look at…

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Search Sunday: Lesson Plans for World War II

January 30, 2011
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Well, I’ve placed another set of lesson plans on Facebook.  These focus on World War II.  Take a spin on the search engine and post your own results.  I’ve been finding some great stuff. Here’s one that I really like: Primary documents from the Smithsonian: http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/lesson_plans/civic_responsibility/smithsonian_siyc_fall07.pdf Leave me a comment – You can decide what…

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Help Your Students Conduct a Better Google Search

January 25, 2011
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Help Your Students Conduct a Better Google Search

Google is great, but we all get frustrated at times when we just can’t find what we want. And what about your students?  If they are like mine, they try one search and then give up. I think that Google searching is an integral component of developing the  aptitude of Symphony as described by Dan…

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Search Sundays: American History Lesson Plans for the Great Depression (1930′s)

January 23, 2011
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It’s Sunday and I know some of you out there are thinking about what you are going to do tomorrow. Well good news!  I am starting a series of posts called “Search Sundays” in which  will share some the free lesson plans returned by our lesson plan search engine. The topic for week two?  …

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Free Lesson Plans for the 1920′s and the Harlem Renaissance

January 16, 2011
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It’s Sunday and I know some of you out there are thinking about what you are going to do tomorrow. Well good news!  I am starting a series of posts called “Search Sundays” in which  will share some the free lesson plans returned by our lesson plan search engine. This weeks topic: American History the…

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How Do U.S. States Stack Up With Other Countries? : The Two-Way : NPR

January 14, 2011
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How Do U.S. States Stack Up With Other Countries? : The Two-Way : NPR

This is a very interesting interactive map that compares the GDP of U.S. states with the closest corresponding nation.  You might find it useful when talking about GDP and international economics within your classes. Check it out! How Do U.S. States Stack Up With Other Countries? : The Two-Way : NPR. Share

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