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Posting lesson plans and unit plans in the humanities for like-minded teachers who want to connect students with content in dynamic and unconventional ways.

Posting lesson plans and unit plans in the humanities for like-minded teachers who want to connect students with content in dynamic and unconventional ways.
Creative Journal Prompts
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Creative Journal Prompts

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Updated Resources Developed over a period of several years, with and for students–these writing prompts are meant to engage students in lower-stakes writing pieces that are self-reflective and creative by nature. Students will be prompted to manipulate the pages, write about themselves from different points of view, analyze their surrounding and more in 45 unique prompts! These prompts make an excellent addition to a creative writing curriculum and as a way to warm up, or decompress after challenging academic writing. They also serve as a great source for supplemental writing activities for diversity and group guidance labs.
Glossary of Useful Visual Art Terms
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Glossary of Useful Visual Art Terms

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Whether you are in the Art Studio, trying to include an interdisciplinary writing element into your curriculum, building a website for flipped classroom work, or an ELA teacher prompting students to write about Art, this handy primer is a valuable tool to encourage students to conduct self-motivated research inside AND outside of the Art Room!
Student Self-Check Rubric for Expository Writing
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Student Self-Check Rubric for Expository Writing

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Customizable rubric for expository writing exercises, which focuses on the key writing elements/skills of: Unity Clarity Grammar Ability to Synthesize Sources Using Sources This rubric is ideal as an editorial step in the writing process, to use as a self-check tool towards proficiency, or as a tool to guide peer editing/small group workshopping. This resource contains 1 fully customizable writing rubric.
Graphic to Introduce Monarchs and Serfs
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Graphic to Introduce Monarchs and Serfs

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Graphic created to add to presentations or digital course content to introduce units in Government in the Middle Ages. Could be useful in Social Studies classes of in Literature, when trying to incrporate historical context. Would be best for grades middle and higher. Contains: 1 comic strip using the Storyboardthat format.