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This lesson plan takes students on a journey to: discover the secret history of dinosaurs. Where they came from. Where they are now. Who discovered them hunt for facts and secrets that few people know about dinosaurs design their own dinosaur This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 7 to 11. There are 3 Chapters: 1- Dinosaurs Discovered (duration approx 45 minutes) 2- Fierce Facts (60 minutes) 3- Extra Discovery (45 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Extreme Planet: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Extreme Planet: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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This lesson plan takes students on a journey to learn how our planet experiences extreme events, such as volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis. Students will: go on an adventure to discover Earth’s extreme events hunt for facts and stories about these extreme events write a story about earthquakes create a volcano paint a tsunami This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 7 to 11. There are 3 Chapters: 1 - Earthquakes (duration approximately 45 minutes) 2 - Volcanoes (60 minutes) 3 - Tsunamis (45 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Chauvet Cave: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Chauvet Cave: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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This lesson takes students to the Chauvet Cave, a prehistoric treasure trove of art, which has helped us understand more about how we lived in prehistoric times. Students will: go on an adventure to discover the mysterious caves of Chauvet. Where are they. Who discovered them hunt for facts and make discoveries about the Chauvet Cave use a 3D model of the Cave, go on a virtual adventure discover how modern street art compares with ancient art create their own cave art write a short story about discovering the Cave This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 11 to 14. There are 2 Chapters: 1 - Chauvet Caves Discovered (duration 60 minutes) 2 - Extra Discovery ( 45 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Batik: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Batik: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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This lesson plan takes students on a journey to: discover the mysteries and importance of batik. What is it? Who creates it? hunt for facts and make discoveries about this ancient living art form. discover practical skills and techniques. create your own designs. solve puzzles and answer quizzes to learn more about batik. Batik is a form of art using waxes and dyes on cotton and silk, practiced for more than 2,000 years by proud artisans, especially in Indonesia. Discover for yourself how the dots and lines are used to create patterns, how waxes are used to hold back - a process known as “resist” - vegetable and chemical dyes. Investigate the history and importance of batik, and what it tells us about our lives today and the lives of ancient people. This lesson plan is suitable for any age, but we recomment it for ages 11 - 14 years. There are two chapters: 1 - Batik (duration approximately 60 minutes) 2 - Extra Discovery (45 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Kenya: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Kenya: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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Learn about the country, communities, languages and culture of Kenya. Students will: discover the natural beauty and the cultures of Kenya discover how the different cultures of Kenya are expressed through different objects and traditions, music and language find out how Kenyan myths and legends have been transformed into superheroes design their own superhero learn some of the Swahili language imagine a trip to Kenya and write about it This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 11 to 14. There are 2 Chapters: 1 - Kenya Discovered (duration approximately 60 minutes) 2 - Extra Discovery (45 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
The Big Bang: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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The Big Bang: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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This lesson plan takes students on a journey to: discover the origin of the universe hunt for facts and stories about the Big Bang theory write a story or draw a picture about the origin of the universe discover what particles are and how we study them discover the remarkable beauty of the universe explore if we really are alone Designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 11 to 14. There are 3 Chapters: 1 - The Big Bang (duration approx 45 minutes) 2 - All About Particles (45 minutes) 3 - Extra Discovery (45 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Bauhaus Everywhere: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Bauhaus Everywhere: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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The Bauhaus design school is still highly influential today. This lesson plan takes students on a journey to: discover the buildings of Bauhaus. Where they are. Who designed them. What it’s like to live or work in one hunt for facts and secrets about Bauhaus design and build their own Bauhaus model This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 14 to 18. There are 2 Chapters: Bauhaus Influence (duration approx 60 minutes) Extra Discovery (60 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
The Black Power Movement: Learn Together #googleartsQuick View
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The Black Power Movement: Learn Together #googlearts

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In this lesson, you will learn about: some leaders, organizations, and programs of the Black Power movement the push for educational reform to reduce racism and instill pride within the Black community how some Black people found ways to express their history and who they are through art what the Black Power movement was like in the United Kingdom This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet as there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. This lesson plan was created in association with ePublishing Partners
Scientific Superpowers: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Scientific Superpowers: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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Learn how five people are using science to save the world. Explore the power of x-rays, discover the abilities of nano gadgets, learn about mimicry, using lasers to save lives and channeling the elements to protect us all. Students will: discover the science that inspired the superheroes that are popular today hunt for facts and stories about the scientific breakthroughs of the past write a story of their own superhero origin story, based on a science go on a journey of invention and discovery around the world This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 11 to 14. There are 6 Chapters: 1 - Scientific Superhero Origins (duration approximately 25 minutes) 2 - Dr Gadget (15 minutes) 3 - The Shape Shifter (15 minutes) 4 - The Sensational Extra Sense (15 minutes) 5 - Channeling The Elements (15 minutes) 6 - Extraordinary X-Ray (15 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
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History of Magic: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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This lesson takes students on a journey to discover the history of magic and its legends. Students will: go on an adventure to discover the stories behind the magical worlds we read about today hunt for facts and secrets about magic write a story of their own wizarding world create a magical animation This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 7 to 11. There are 3 Chapters: 1 - Magic Discovered (duration approximately 45 minutes) 2 - The Science and Art of Magic (60 minutes) 3 - Extra Discovery (45 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Women in Culture: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Women in Culture: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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Women have shaped the worlds of science, art, politics and more. This lesson enables students to: go on an adventure to discover women inventors hunt for facts and stories about women scientists explore women’s influence on the arts discover what it was like to be the first women elected to the US Congress celebrate women’s success in sport This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet as there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 11 to 14. There are 3 Chapters: 1 - Women in Science (duration approx 45 minutes) 2 - Women in the Arts 45 minutes 3 - Extra Discovery 45 minutes This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Heritage on the Edge: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Heritage on the Edge: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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This lesson plan is about heritage, how we understand it, how it is found, how it is lost and how we protect it. Students will: discover the Rapa Nui island. Who lives on it. Where they came from. Their heritage discover why their heritage is important to them and why it is under threat hunt for facts and secrets about other heritage sites under threat design a moai statue write about local heritage and why it should be protected This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 11 to 14. There are 2 Chapters: 1 - Rapa Nui Discovered (duration approximately 60 minutes) 2 - Extra Discovery (45 minutes ) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Art as Activism: Learn Together #googleartsQuick View
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Art as Activism: Learn Together #googlearts

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In this lesson, you will learn about: the diverse styles of African American artists from the 1920s to the present the ways in which Black artists document the lives of Black people how Black artists use their art to honor their heritage, affirm their identity, and change their communities This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet as there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. This lesson plan was created in association with ePublishing Partners
Fashion & Shoe Design: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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Fashion & Shoe Design: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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This lesson plan takes students on a journey to: discover the art, history, design of shoes discover the science and innovation behind shoes hunt for facts and secrets about shoe making find out how shoes are designed discover myths and legends surrounding shoes be inspired to write a short story design their own perfect shoe This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis, and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet and there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 11 to 14. There are 3 Chapters: 1 - Fashion and Art (duration approximately 45 minutes) 2 - Science and Craftsmanship (45 minutes) 3 - Extra Discovery (45 minutes) This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
Batik: Belajar di Mana Saja #googleartsQuick View
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Batik: Belajar di Mana Saja #googlearts

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Dalam materi Belajar Di Mana Saja ini, kamu akan belajar segala hal tentang batik. Mencari tahu tentang misteri dan pentingnya batik. Apa itu batik? Siapa pembuatnya? Menemukan fakta dan pengetahuan yang hanya diketahui sedikit orang tentang batik. Melatih keterampilan dan teknik praktis. Membuat desain batik sendiri. Memecahkan teka-teki dan menjawab kuis untuk mempelajari batik lebih lanjut. Usianya sudah lebih dari 2.000 tahun. Bentuk seni budaya yang menakjubkan ini dibuat menggunakan lilin dan pewarna pada kain katun dan sutra oleh para perajin, khususnya di Indonesia. Lihatlah sendiri pagaimana titik dan garis dibuat untuk membentuk pola dan bagaimana lilin dipakai untuk memblokir warna (proses inilah yang disebut “membatik”) dari bahan alami maupun kimia. Pelajari sejarah dan pentingnya batik, serta pelajaran yang bisa kita petik darinya tentang kehidupan kita saat ini dan kehidupan orang zaman dahulu. Materi ini cocok untuk siapa saja, tetapi idealnya untuk anak usia 11-14 tahun. Materi ini terbagi menjadi 2 bagian: 1 - Batik: 60 menit 2 - Pengetahuan Ekstra: 45 menit Bekerja Sama dengan Lexicon Learning
International Space Station: Learn Anywhere #googleartsQuick View
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International Space Station: Learn Anywhere #googlearts

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The International Space Station has been orbiting the earth since the year 2000. By following this lesson plan students will: Learn about the International Space Station Explore the habitable quarters within the space station for yourself Explore what day to day life is like for astronauts on the ISS Discover how astronauts carry out basic tasks Discover the scientific purpose of the ISS This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet as there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 7 to 11. This lesson plan was created in association with Lexicon Learning
The Life and Art of Raja Ravi Varma #googleartsQuick View
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The Life and Art of Raja Ravi Varma #googlearts

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In this lesson you will: Find out about Raja Ravi Varma’s early life. Learn how Varma was trained as an artist. Understand why it was unusual for Varma to become a professional artist. Take a look at Varma’s portraiture. View paintings that reflect Indian religious and cultural traditions. This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet as there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. It is suitable for anyone, but we recommend it for ages 12 to 15. There are three chapters: Chapter 1: Blending Styles and Influences Chapter 2: A World of Color and Sound Chapter 3: Varma’s Impact on India This lesson plan was created in association with sixredmarbles
Black Music Sets the Beat: Learn Together #googleartsQuick View
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Black Music Sets the Beat: Learn Together #googlearts

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In this lesson, you will learn about: African Americans who composed, performed, and recorded jazz, blues, and gospel music how phonographs, movies, and radio spread Black music how jazz, blues, and gospel music changed over the years how jazz, blues, and gospel influenced each other and helped create new forms of popular music This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet as there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. This lesson plan was created in association with ePublishing Patners
Black Pop Culture: Learn Together #googleartsQuick View
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Black Pop Culture: Learn Together #googlearts

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In this lesson, you will learn about: the beginnings of modern Black pop culture in radio how Black radio personalities engage the Black community how civil rights leaders used radio to advocate for social justice and gender equality This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet as there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. This lesson plan was created in association with ePublishing Partners
함께 배워봐요: 이응노 (Learn together: Lee Ungno)  #googleartsQuick View
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함께 배워봐요: 이응노 (Learn together: Lee Ungno) #googlearts

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이응노 화백은 끊임없이 도전하고 실험하며 고유한 세계를 구축해 갔던 한국의 선구적인 작가 중 한명입니다. 이 학습지도안을 통해 이응노 화백의 삶과 그의 대표작 ‘문자 추상’, ‘군상’, ‘동방견문록’ 시리즈 등을 배우고 일상과 예술의 관계를 생각해 볼 수 있습니다. 함께 배워봐요 이응노의 삶과 여정: 어려운 환경에도 불구하고 세계 무대에 도전하고, 옥중 생활을 하면서도 어떻게 예술의 혼을 불태울 수 있었을까요? 문자 추상: 서예와 추상화가 어떻게 연결될 수 있고, 이응노 화백이 ‘문자 추상’을 통해 문자에 어떠한 가치를 담았을까요? 군상: 이응노 화백은 작품 ‘군상’을 통해 무엇을 표현하고자 했고, 예술가로서 사회문제를 어떻게 바라보고 작품을 통해 표현하였을까요? 다양한 재료: 예술가에게 재료란 무엇이고, 이응노 화백은 ‘다양한 재료’를 통해 무엇을 표현하고자 했을까요? 이렇게 활용해요 각 소주제별 초등 저학년, 초등 고학년, 중학생별 활동 내용이 담겨 있습니다. 학년별 수준에 맞는 학습 활동을 수업시간에 적용해 보세요. 이 학습 지도안은 디지털 리터러시 교육 협회와 이응노미술관과의 협업으로 제작되었습니다. Lee Ungno is one of the pioneering Korean artists who never stopped fighting challenges, exploring artistic experiments and developing his own unique world of art. With this lesson plan, students can learn about the artist’s extraordinary life, most iconic series of art works, such as ‘Abstract letter’, ‘People’ and ‘Marcopolo,’ and the connection between his art and everyday life. Learn together The journey of Lee Ungno’s life: What drove his unwavering passion for art despite his struggle and time in prison? Abstract letter series: How are calligraphy and abstract painting related? What was the significance of letters for Lee Ungno and his abstract letter series? People series: What did Lee Ungno try to express through his people series? How did he look at social issues and how was his perspective expressed in his paintings? Various materials: What were the art materials for the artist? What did Lee Ungno want to express by using a range of materials? Try this way Elementary and middle schoolers can learn about different subtopics in different ways depending on their level of schooling. This lesson plan was created in collaboration with Center for Digital Literacy and Lee Ungno Museum.
How the National Park Service Commemorates African Americans: Learn Together #googleartsQuick View
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How the National Park Service Commemorates African Americans: Learn Together #googlearts

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In this lesson you will learn about: how the National Park Service (NPS) was established why it is important to examine, explore, and preserve places in the United States some important Black historical sites commemorated by the NPS the lives and experiences of pioneering Black people in the US This lesson plan is designed for students to explore independently at their own pace. It can also be used by parents and teachers, to direct learning on a 1-2-1 basis and in a classroom or group setting. The lesson plan is designed for use on a computer or tablet as there are lots of links to online content, so there is no need to print. This lesson plan was created in association with ePublishing Partners