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Cuentos Infantiles
High Tech High
Beginner

World Languages

Students produced Spanish children’s books and gave them to Spanish-speaking children. In pairs, students in my Spanish I class were assigned a basic Spanish vocabulary unit such as clothing, colors or animals.

Cultural Encounters
High Tech High
Beginner

English Language Arts
World Languages

Students read historical novels related to their families’ unique histories, presented on corresponding historical topics, and wrote creative pieces related to their families’ stories, significant moments and traditions.

Common Core Standards

Cultural Recipe Book
iEARN
Beginner

English Language Arts
Social Studies

Students interview family members and create a recipe book representing their cultures.

Common Core Standards

Culture Shock
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Arts
English Language Arts

Students will assume the role of a working artist who specializes in ancient cultures.  They will identify contributions of past civilizations and characteristics of artworks from different cultures to increase their understanding of the cultures. They will share their investigations on a class blog.  Using the media and processes of the chosen culture, the students will create a three-dimensional artwork containing organic shapes and forms, symbols, and textures of that culture in order to experience the culture.

Custom Cup Coasters
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Math

Students will create a custom coaster design for a client and pitch the idea to the Design Department Manager of a local firm.

Common Core Standards

Cyrano’s Funk
PBLU
Beginner

English Language Arts

High school students create live or recorded performances to show how they personally connected to a classic play.

Common Core Standards

Dance Out Loud!
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Arts

Students will be introduced to the elements of choreography and choreographic form.  They will understand the difference between dance as art and dance as exercise or sport.  Students will present the elements using media presentation formats of their choice. Students will create phrases and connect them together to reflect a theme that is personal to them.

Debunk Stereotypes
iEARN
Beginner

Social Studies

Students become aware of stereotypes, and give them strategies to avoid using stereotypes.

Democracy Then and Now
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Social Studies

Students will identify the purposes of government, distinguish between limited and unlimited governments and develop a project that analyzes and traces the roots of democracy.

Democracy: Is It for Everybody?
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

English Language Arts
Social Studies

Students will gather, analyze, interpret, and synthesize historical information regarding how past civilizations have contributed to the advancement of democracy in today’s world as well as use that information to make appropriate decisions regarding the advancement of democracy in countries where democracy is not a way of life.

Common Core Standards

Design and Attract
Ohio Resource Center
Experienced

Career Technical Education

In this unit, students will explore how a promotional ad package works by conducting research and developing marketing materials for a department at their school or college.

Design It Clean
PBLU
Beginner

Science

In the Design It Clean project, students work in teams to develop water filters that are dependable, affordable, and can provide clean water for specific communities in the real world.

Common Core Standards

Digital Storytelling
High Tech High
Experienced

Arts
Career Technical Education
English Language Arts

Students created digital stories about a defining moment, a message, or a lesson learned from their own lives or the life of someone they know.

Discovering Long-Term Care Pharmacy Practice
National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science
Experienced

Science

This three-part progressive disclosure case is designed to introduce pharmacy students to the pharmacist’s role in long-term care (LTC) facility consulting pharmacy practice and acquaint them with the essential, basic resources for conducting a drug regimen review.

DNA Barcoding Invasive Species
High Tech High
Expert

Science

Students will take part of a pilot study for a large-scale ecological survey of San Diego Bay to help prevent and slow the spread of invasive species through early detection, rapid response, and eradication, ultimately reducing the effects of bioinvasions on human health, the economy, and the oceans.

Do No Harm
ConnectEd
Experienced

English Language Arts
Health
Math
Science
Social Studies

Students learn about the roles government plays in setting policy and supporting and regulating various aspects of the healthcare industry, and about the impact these activities have on the lives of ordinary citizens.

Common Core Standards

Do You Speak Climate Change?
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Social Studies
World Languages

Students will describe the effect of climate change on the environment and tourism of Spanish-speaking countries.

Does History Repeat Itself?
Envision Schools
Experienced

Arts
English Language Arts
Social Studies

Through writing and recording an audio commentary,students will answer the question: Does History Repeat Itself? Teams will examine the roles of upstanders and bystanders during the Holocaust and relate them to another historical or present day event. In addition, students will create a unique visual art piece related to your commentary.

Common Core Standards

Domino Effect
PBLU
Beginner

Math

In Domino Effect, students find out how much Domino’s is really charging for pizza and explore this even further in three project tasks, Chain Gang, Cover Me and Top It Like It’s Hot.

Common Core Standards

Domino Effect
Mathalicious
Beginner

Math

We’ll use linear equations to find the base price (y-intercept) and cost per additional topping (slope) to figure out how much Domino’s is really charging for pizza.

Common Core Standards

Don’t Pass the Buck
Ohio Resource Center
Beginner

Career Technical Education

Students will recommend to “contacted and corresponded” trucking companies ways to reduce fuel costs.

Down The Appalachian Trail
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Arts
Social Studies

Students will perform Appalachian music with a charged admission to be presented to a charity which the class agrees on.  The students will present this program to the community and their parents.

Dream Big
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Math

Students will explore the possibility of designing a dream bedroom by creating a scale drawing of the room and researching the cost of furnishings, wall and floor coverings and decorations.

Common Core Standards

Dream Vacation
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Math

As a vacation planner, students are to design a coast-to-coast vacation from Washington, DC to Seattle, Washington for a family of four.

Common Core Standards

Dream Vacation
NextLesson
Beginner

English Language Arts
Math
Social Studies

Using a budget of $10,000, students will create their dream vacation. This activity will require them to do internet research, allocate resources, calculate the cost of the trip, convert costs and learn the geography of a new area.

Common Core Standards

Dummies Guide to Visiting an Art Museum
West Virginia DOE
Beginner

Arts
English Language Arts

Students will create brochures designed to educate students in the necessary behaviors expected and the critical thinking involved in a museum visit.

Common Core Standards

E is for Earthworm
Expeditionary Learning
Beginner

Arts
English Language Arts
Science

Kindergarten students at Palouse Prairie School created this book during an expedition on an animal native to their region: the Giant Palouse Earthworm.

Common Core Standards

E is for Egypt
High Tech High
Beginner

Arts
Social Studies

Students will write and illustrate a children’s book about ancient Egypt. After several weeks of “Egypt Exploration Days,” in which they will learn about the features of ancient Egyptian civilization, they will choose one topic on which to become an expert. Then, each student will create a page for our book on their topic.

Earth and Energy Study
Explorer Elementary
Beginner

Science

Students explore our relationship to the earth, including climate change, energy use, and alternative energy. Through art, drama, research, writing, teaching, and hands-on project building, students learn about all aspects of energy, its use, and impact on humans and the earth.

East Meets West
National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science
Experienced

Science

Ying is sick and is progressively getting worse. His parents’ clashing views on Eastern and Western medicine prevent them from agreeing on a course of treatment. As the case unfolds, students follow the progression of their son’s illness. After a physician is finally seen and the results of tests are evident, students should be able to narrow the list of possible etiological agents and suggest a potential treatment. In addition, the students should integrate the different health beliefs into the final treatment as well as the aspects of patient counseling. The case works well as an interrupted case that can be assigned to individual students or student teams. This case is appropriate for graduate courses with a component in health care, therapeutics, medicinal chemistry, medicinal plants, microbiology, epidemiology, or cultural competency. Instructors can choose to focus only on the medical components of the case or incorporate the cultural and ethical aspects, depending on course goals and subject area.


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