In the Land of the Ever Young: An Irish Myth Tir Na Nog, the mythical Irish land of the fairies, is a wonderful place for your students to visit this Saint Patrick’s Day. Teach your students about this Irish myth in this lesson.
Irish Myths & Legends: Lesson Plan March is a great time of year to take a look at Irish culture and history. In this lesson, students will explore myths and legends of Ireland. Includes a downloadable power point.
History Lesson Plan on Food Typically Eaten by the Pioneers This history lesson plan explores the various foods that were eaten by those who lived in the pioneer world. History students will enjoy learning about the diets of their ancestors! Add this lesson plan and its attached worksheet to your history curriculum!
Maintain Student Interest when Teaching Human Evolution The various genus and species associated with the theory of human evolution. It contains a completed reference worksheet for the teacher, as well as a blank one for students to complete. Definitions, important dates, places, and people are included.
Making History Come Alive With Roles and Reenactment Teaching American history lesson plans by utilizing "Living History" and role-play creates an environment where the students become part of the history. When students reenact history, they are better able to understand, thereby learning more.
Teach About the Decline of the Roman Empire Why did Rome fall? Many historians believe answering this question is central to understanding world history. Imperial Rome spread wide and far, but was eventually destroyed by factors from within and without.