High school science lesson plans, suitable for ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade, as well as advanced placement grade 8, covering a number of subjects studied in core curricula such as biology, earth science, chemistry and physics. All are written and edited by experienced teachers and professionals within the scientific fields.
Watch as your students succeed in science when implementing the ideas and resources presented in this guide. Enhance your Earth science, biology, chemistry and physical science instruction with these teacher-friendly lessons and ideas.
This HTML lesson plan can be used by high school teachers to teach students how to create basic websites. The lesson plan includes a brief history of HTML, an overview of why it’s important and exercises for students.
Students will use experiments in chemistry, engineering, and forensics to solve a locked room mystery and determine who stole the Golden Mask of King Tut. This lesson can be changed to fit the interactive activities desired for the class.
This Oceanography project provides an outline for students to organize their research on underwater engineering, plant and animal studies, ocean currents and underwater research vessels. A series of lessons will allow students to create their final project and make a presentation to the class.
These web page design lesson plans explain how to teach your students to create their first web page or website, using the familiar mechanics of Microsoft Word. Through a series of simple steps, students can learn to become active participants in the online community.
This list of fun inertia experiments will allow students to experiment with friction and motion. They’ll gain a better understanding of how these forces impact their daily lives.
Want to teach your students about how drugs affect the brain? This effects of drugs on the brain lesson plan goes over how different drugs affect various neurotransmitters and provides activities that you can use in the classroom.
The scientific method forms the foundation of scientific studies. Use these scientific method activities to help students understand how to apply it.
Silly putty is a fun toy that everyone has at least one memory of from his or her childhood. Making silly putty on your own is simple and tons of fun. It’s a great chemistry project that doesn’t require hard-to-get materials or harsh chemicals but instead can be made from store-bought items.
Balsa wood towers are a fun learning project for high school teens. Building balsa wood towers challenges students while teaching them the basic concepts of engineering. Plus, you can turn your project into a competition to encourage the students' progress in their engineer and building abilities.