Available Lessons

"Diary of Anne Frank:" A Podcast

Grade: 8
Technology

Students create a podcast surrounding historical events of Anne Frank and the Secret Annex.

A Hidden Child's Story:Accounts from the Holocaust Digital Story

Grade: 8
Technology

Students will create a storyboard (using PowerPoint or Microsoft Word) outlining their movie on a hidden child of the holocaust using photos downloaded from the FCIT site (A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust). Students will include narration in the movie describing the events that unfolded in that child’s life. Students will then use their storyboard, along with their downloaded photos and background music, to create a digital story using video editing software.

All About Me: Journalism Ice Breaker

Grade: 7
Technology

In the lesson, students are asked to create a presentation (PowerPoint or Keynote) introducing themselves and their roles in the Journalism class to other students. This lesson can be used at the beginning of the course as a culture-building activity.

Alphabet Mystery

Grade: K
Technology

In this lesson, the student will prove whether a text is fact or fiction, discuss the main idea in the story Alphabet Mystery by Audrey Wood and complete a snake alphabet worksheet.

An Intro to Google Earth Scavenger Hunt

Grade: 7
Technology

Students will use Google Earth to answer a series of questions. These questions will allow students to explore Google Earth and many of the different features it offers.

Animal Classification

Grade: 3
Technology

Students will learn to classify animals through research and reference presentations. Students will work in collaborative groups, present findings and self-correct.

Dream Vacation: A Math Analysis

Grade: 6
Technology

Students are given the opportunity to select a dream vacation and are give a set amount of money and must plan and execute their trip without going over their allotted funds.

Skittles Fractions

Grade: 3
Technology

This is a review lesson after the students have already learned about representing fractions. The student will find the fraction of colors in a bite size bag of skittles. They will then predict and discover what color there is the most of in the whole class.