Curious about what causes a chemical reaction? Discover the many elements at play during a chemical reaction. Understand why some are safe, and others can be quite violent.
Need ideas for state projects? Here are three to keep you going. One is the most obvious–using posters. However, the other two ideas get a lot quirkier and can be a lot more fun to try out.
Entertain yourself or your students as you learn about Robert Frost and “The Road Not Taken.” Learn why there is so much controversy over this poem and what Frost’s intentions were in writing it.
Teach your students the damage lies and secrets can cause in interpersonal relationships by showing and discussing the movie Mrs. Doubtfire. Showing students how secrets make it difficult to carry on a relationship with friends in this creative lesson plan.
One of the most vexing problems that some secondary teachers have is trying to remember who their students are and what they did during class while still teaching a full lesson. Fortunately, that’s easily solved with student seating charts.