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Kellie has been a Library Media Specialist since 2015 at both the High School and Middle School Level in South Carolina. As a Media Specialist, she enjoys working with all of the different content areas in her school. In her spare time, Kellie is also a group fitness instructor and enjoys using social media to get new ideas for lessons.

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Kellie has been a Library Media Specialist since 2015 at both the High School and Middle School Level in South Carolina. As a Media Specialist, she enjoys working with all of the different content areas in her school. In her spare time, Kellie is also a group fitness instructor and enjoys using social media to get new ideas for lessons.
Encanto Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheet (Latin American Culture and Geography)
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Encanto Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheet (Latin American Culture and Geography)

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Add another interesting element to your Geography of Latin America Unit with this “Encanto” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet. This lesson includes a pre-screening activity with basic questions about Geography and cultural concepts that might require students to conduct a little bit of research. The viewing guide is split into four sections to go along with the movie. Each of the four sections contains questions that are designed to make students think about the people and ideas at play in the film as well as to ensure that students are paying attention to the plot. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to be introduce students to basic concepts in the film relating to Latin American culture and geography before viewing the film. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Research Worksheet is designed to help students investigate the concepts and ideas presented in the movie as well as learn more about Latin American culture. Movie Synopsis: The Madrigals are an extraordinary family who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia in a charmed place called the Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift – every child except Mirabel. However, she soon may be the Madrigals last hope when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is now in danger.
The Hunger Games Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (Government and Economics)
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The Hunger Games Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (Government and Economics)

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Add an element of fun to your government and economics classes with this “The Hunger Games” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheets! This movie can be used as a review of the basic principles of government and economics and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Pre-Screening Guide should be completed before viewing the film and includes basic questions relating to government and economics. The Viewing Guide is two pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the one page Worksheet. On the worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as an introduction to government and economics and the film ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewing the movie in its entirety. Movie Synopsis: In what was once North America, the Capitol of Panem maintains its hold on its 12 districts by forcing them each to select a boy and a girl, called Tributes, to compete in a nationally televised event called the Hunger Games. Every citizen must watch as the youths fight to the death until only one remains. District 12 Tribute Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) has little to rely on, other than her hunting skills and sharp instincts, in an arena where she must weigh survival against love. Required Materials: ★ The Hunger Games DVD or Streaming Capabilities
World War I Customizable Headbandz Game + Vocab Review Sheet
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World War I Customizable Headbandz Game + Vocab Review Sheet

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, asking questions, and collaborating? Look no further! This game can be used as a review of the people, events, and vocabulary from the World War I. The words used on the cards for this game include Allied Powers, Armistice, Arthur Zimmerman, Atrocities, Balkan Powder Keg, Baron Manfred Von Richthofen, Belligerents, Bolsheviks, Central Powers, Communist Party, Contraband, Dreadnought, Economic Sanctions, Ferdinand Foch, Fourteen Points, Francis Ferdinand, Gavrilo Princip, Genocide, League Of Nations, Lusitania, Mandate, Mensheviks, Militarism, Mobilize, Paris Peace Conference, Propaganda, Red Army, Reparations, Russian Revolution, Tank, Treaty Of Versailles, Triple Alliance, Triple Entente, U-boats, Ultimatum, Vladimir Lenin, War Of Attrition, Woodrow Wilson, World Court, and Zimmerman Telegram. Your purchase includes: *Notes for teachers *Instructions for students *A vocabulary review sheets that students can complete prior to playing the game. (This worksheet includes ALL OF THE WORDS from the game with instructions to color code their answers when they’re done.) *40 Game cards *Blank Card Sheets to add your own words *A printable headband template for students *A question chart to help students think of questions to ask This resource includes cards that are specific to the World War I. There are 40 cards included with this purchase, but a blank template is also included in case you would like to add additional cards. Follow me to be the first to know about my sales, freebies and new products! Look for the green star near my store name and click it to become a follower to receive updates directly to your inbox. If you have any questions, please send me an email! -Kellie @ Loquacious Learning
Customizable Game of Life Template
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Customizable Game of Life Template

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This template can be used as a review of various topics. Pick a topic or time period, and let your students get to work creating a their own version of this game using events that deal with that time period. This purchase includes: *Printable and customizable digital templates for the Game Board, Life Tiles, Career Cards, and House Cards A detailed document outlining each template, setup, and running the game *An answer sheet for students to explain the logic behind their decisions for each template *An editable Google Slides document for all of the templates Feel free to download the preview for more information. If you have any questions, please send me an email! -Kellie @ Loquacious Learning
Hamilton Movie Viewing Guide & Research Worksheet *Print & Go Prep*
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Hamilton Movie Viewing Guide & Research Worksheet *Print & Go Prep*

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Add an element of fun to your American Revolution unit with this Hamilton Movie Viewing Guide and Research Worksheet! ** This movie can be used as a review of the American Revolution and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Viewing Guide is three pages and splits the movie into six parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the one page Research Worksheet. On the Research Worksheet, your students will be asked to compare certain events from the movie to the actual historical events and compare/contrast the movie’s portrayal to the historical events. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections: Part 1 - Ends after “You’ll Be Back” Part 2 - Ends after “That Would Be Enough” Part 3 - Ends after “Non-Stop” at Intermission Part 4 - Ends after “Washington on Your Side” Part 3 - Ends after “The Reynolds Pamphlet” Part 4 - Ends at the end of the musical ★ The Review Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewing the movie in its entirety. Required Materials: ★ Disney+ Streaming Service Here’s what other teachers are saying about this activity: ★ My students love Hamilton, and this was a great way to keep them engaged in watching it. It provided great scaffolding to later compare what actually happened vs the dramatization. ★ Extremely satisfied! ★ As always, Loquacious Learning created a top-notch resource.
ACT / SAT Prep Customizable Escape Room / Breakout Game
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ACT / SAT Prep Customizable Escape Room / Breakout Game

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This breakout was designed using The McGraw-Hill Education 1,715 ACT Practice Questions book and includes practice questions based off of those covered in the book. To complete the game, students will have to complete ACT and SAT related tasks in the areas of vocabulary, ELA, math, and science. You can use physical locks and a lock box or digital forms on a Google Form with this game. (The form is included with your purchase. See a free tutorial here!) This purchase includes: ★ A detailed document outlining each clue card, setup, and running the game ★ An answer sheet for students ★ An editable Google Slides document for all of the clue cards ★ A digital breakout Google Form that is pre-set to accept the correct answers for this game Notes: ★ Breakout games involve additional setup such as printing clues, color coding clues (if you let students work in teams), and in some cases writing on supplemental files with invisible ink ★ Supplies needed for this game include invisible ink pens, black light flashlights, and QR Readers ★ If you purchase this breakout and are not able to get all of the supplies, please get in touch with me. I can help you create alternate ways to present the clue to students if needed. ★ Most of these games involve clues that have a uniform answer, regardless of where the game is played. However, some games involve numbers such as pages in a dictionary or atlas. In these cases, the explanation document will tell you that you need to customize the answer based on your resources. ★ Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. Try it out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved. Here’s what other teachers are saying about this lesson: ★ This was a fun and entertaining game. ★ My ACT students love using escape games to review concepts, and this works very well for them. ★ ★ This students were very engaged and used critical thinking during this activity. ★ Fun activity! ★ Students love this! SAT can be stale but this made it fun for the students! ★ Can’t wait to use it again! ★ This was fun and engaging. Able to be converted to a homeschool classroom activity. Really enjoyed it. ★ Great way to end the term of the ACT Prep class. ★ This was fun and engaging for my students. ★ Good stuff! ★ My students loved this! Thank you! ★ This is a great resource for an SAT Prep class, which I am teaching for the first time… Students were engaged. Thanks! ★ My students like this SAT practice much more than the standard passages out of the practice book. ★ Helpful for test prep. ★ Great resources! My students love this activity! ★ Great resource. Kids loved it, worked perfectly for my classroom. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Christmas Around the World Digital Breakout Game
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Christmas Around the World Digital Breakout Game

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***Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This game was designed to help high school students learn about Christmas around the world. This includes traditions from Germany, Mexico, Britain, the United States, Denmark, Japan, Iceland, Italy, Australia, and many other countries. This Escape Room / Breakout Game is completely digital. There is an answer sheet included that you can print for students to fill out. On some digital games, there are also clues that involves a word search that either you or the students can print out. This purchase includes: ★ A detailed document outlining each clue, setup, and running the game ★ An answer sheet for students ★ Access to the Google Sheet document that contains students’ submitted answers Here are what other teachers thought about the lesson: ★ Used this as a fun activity before Christmas Break. The students were very engaged and excited to complete the puzzles. It assisted them with working in groups as well as asking for specific help. I will continue to use this each year with my class. ★ Great Resource! ★ Fun! ★ This was amazing and super fun to do this activity right before Christmas. Excellent way to play & learn. ★ This saved me for sub plans for before we leave for winter break. Thanks! ★ Good source. I added in “hint” cards for my students to use, but overall good product! Thank you! ★ Thank you for this fun, thoughtful resource! ★ This was a challenge, but in a good way. My kids enjoyed it! ★ Educational and enjoyable! ★ Lots of fun! Great resource for a World Literature class the day before Christmas break! ★ Most of these escape room activities are so easy, but this one really offered my students a challenge! It was fantastic! ★ Loved this! My seventh graders really enjoyed this before Christmas break. ★ My students LOVED this! Thank you so much! :) ★ Students loved it! It took some real brain work and team work! Thanks! Click here to see the physical version of this lesson. Notes: ★ Digital breakout games do not involve additional setup, but there is an answer sheet that can be printed out for student use ★ Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. ★ Try each lesson out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved. If you have any questions, please send me an email! -Kellie @ Loquacious Learning loquaciouslearning.tpt@gmail.com Pinterest: LoquaciousLearning Instagram: LoquaciousLearning Facebook: LoquaciousLearning
*Digital* Banned Books Week Escape Room / Breakout Game
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*Digital* Banned Books Week Escape Room / Breakout Game

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! Over twenty five banned books are involved with this breakout game. Students will move around the room to learn more about banned books and authors that they’ve interacted with in their everyday lives. Physical copies of the books are not required. This Escape Room / Breakout Game is completely digital and is hosted on Google Sites. There is an answer sheet included that you can print for students to fill out. On some digital games, there are also clues that involves a word search that either you or the students can print out. ★ Some of the Banned/Challenged books mentioned in this lesson include Eleanor and Park, the Giver, Crank, the Bible, Charlotte’s Web, Harriet the Spy, Fallen Angels, Winnie the Pooh, the Diary of Anne Frank, the Hunger Games, Alice in Wonderland, Harry Potter, Coraline, Looking for Alaska, the Dictionary, Where’s Waldo, Where the Sidewalk Ends, Harry Potter, Lord of the Flies, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Kite Runner, Twilight, The da Vinci Code, The Great Gatsby, Gone with the Wind, The Color Purple, Divergent, and the Lord of the Rings. ★ The clues do not go into a lot of detail about the stories; they mainly mention that the books are banned and some of the books have to be identified by students based on their plot. This purchase includes: ★ A detailed document outlining each clue, setup, and running the game ★ An answer sheet for students ★ Access to the Google Sheet document that contains students’ submitted answers Notes: ★ Digital breakout games do not involve additional setup, but there is an answer sheet that can be printed out for student use ★ Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. ★ Try each lesson out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved.
Suffragette Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (Age of Reform)
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Suffragette Movie Viewing Guide & Worksheets (Age of Reform)

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Add another interesting element to your Age of Reform Unit with this “Suffragette” Movie Viewing Guide and Worksheet! This movie can be used as an introduction or review for your Age of Reform unit and the viewing guide is designed to help insure that students are paying attention and thinking about the information presented in the film. The Pre-Screening Guide should be completed before viewing the film and includes basic questions relating to the Age of Reform and Women’s Suffrage Movement in Great Britain. The Viewing Guide is two pages and splits the movie into four parts. (The parts are labeled for you on the Viewing Guide.) Once your students have completed the Movie Viewing Guide, they can move on to the Research Worksheet. On the post-screening worksheet, your students will analyze the content of the movie in regards to life during the time and the movie’s representation of the topic. These worksheets are also included in Google Form format to be submitted digitally. How the Lesson Works: ★ The Pre-Screening Worksheet is designed to serve as an introduction or review of the Age of Reform and the Women’s Suffrage Movement. ★ The Viewing Guide is split into four sections with short answer, true/false, and multiple choice questions from the movie. ★ The Post-Screening Worksheet is designed to be completed after students have viewed the movie in its entirety. Movie Synopsis: In early 20th-century Britain, the growing suffragette movement forever changes the life of working wife and mother Maud Watts (Carey Mulligan). Galvanized by political activist Emmeline Pankhurst (Meryl Streep), Watts joins a diverse group of women who fight for equality and the right to vote. Faced with increasing police action, Maud and her dedicated suffragettes must play a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse, risking their jobs, homes, family and lives for a just cause. You can also view the trailer here. Note: Please be aware of that there are a few instances of violence and language in this film. Required Materials: ★ Suffragette (2015) DVD or Streaming Capabilities
Customizable Facebook Template - Includes Editable Digital Template & Printable!
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Customizable Facebook Template - Includes Editable Digital Template & Printable!

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Are you looking for a creative way to engage your students? Look no further! This listing contains two documents that are very similar to the Facebook website. One document is a printable PDF File with blanks where your students can draw and write in their information. The second document is an editable Google Slides document where students can replace the images and text digitally. The templates include the following pages from the Facebook website: -------- *Timeline *About *Friends *Likes How to use the printable template: -------- *Print out the template and assign or allow students to pick a topic *Distribute the template to individual students or groups for completion How to use the digital template: -------- *Distribute the link to “Create a Copy” of the template to students (link is included on explanation document) *Students can use the instruction sheet on the document to learn how to replace images and text with their own information on the template Notes: -------- *The document that you will download from TPT is a one page document. This document contains links to the actual files within a Google Drive folder. *The use of a Google Drive folder ensures that the document that you receive can be updated for life.
Nationalism Around the World Scavenger Hunt Style Review Game
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Nationalism Around the World Scavenger Hunt Style Review Game

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This scavenger hunt style game will get your students moving while helping them review content that they’ve learned throughout the unit. How the Game Works *This game includes 20 question cards that include questions and answers relating to the British Empire in the Postwar Era, Turkey, Persia, and Africa, Unrest in China, Imperialism in Japan, and Latin America Between the Wars. (This game was planned using Chapter 29 of Holt World History: The Human Journey). These cards need to be hung around the room. *Each card has an answer at the top and a question on the bottom. *The included student answer sheet has the first question. Your students will find the answer to that question, and then use the question on the bottom of that poster to continue the game. *The answer key is included for teacher use. *The first team (or student) to get all of the answers to the questions in order is the winner! *All files come in a PDF format.
World History Stations Activity - Intro to the Renaissance *Print & Go Prep*
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World History Stations Activity - Intro to the Renaissance *Print & Go Prep*

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This Station Activity will get your students moving while introducing them to the content that will learn throughout the unit. How the Lesson Works: ★ This lesson is made up of six stations that will allow your students to discuss the following topics: Station 1 - Welcome to the Renaissance! (Forming first impressions based on a song about the Renaissance) Station 2 - Can You Imagine Life Without (Inventions from the Renaissance) Station 3 - Oh Snap! (Important Figures from the Renaissance) Station 4 - A Day in the Life (Daily Life During the Renaissance) Station 5 - What Would Our World Be Like (The Protestant Reformation) Station 6 - Two Truths and a Lie (Vocabulary Review) ★ This activity can be completed by individual students or by teams of students with one answer sheet. ★ The stations are designed to be completed in ten minutes. The entire lesson will take sixty minutes to complete. ★ Many of the stations involve writing opinions rather than facts, so there is not always necessarily a correct or incorrect answer. I’ve included a sample answer sheet to give you an idea of how students can respond to these prompts. ★ This purchase includes the six station cards, supplemental files for three of the stations, a student answer sheet, a sample completed answer sheet, a Notes for Teachers document explaining each station with tips and tricks. ★ All files come in a PDF format. Required Materials: ★ Two of the stations require devices for watching videos on YouTube and listening to a song saved on Google Drive. Any device with an internet connection will work.
US Government Stations Activity - The Constitution *Print & Go Prep*
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US Government Stations Activity - The Constitution *Print & Go Prep*

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This Station Activity will get your students moving while introducing them to the content that will learn throughout the unit. How the Lesson Works: ★ This lesson is made up of six stations that will allow your students to discuss the following topics: Station 1 - Who Has the Power? (Close reading about powers of the Executive Branch) Station 2 - Can You Imagine Life Without (Ranking Personal Importance of the amendments in the Bill of Rights) Station 3 - Oh Snap! (The Founding Fathers) Station 4 - Checks and Balances Station 5 - Dear Americans… (The Federalist Papers) Station 6 - Who Wanted the Bill of Rights? (Close reading about the Founding Fathers and the Bill of Rights) ★ This activity can be completed by individual students or by teams of students with one answer sheet. ★ The stations are designed to be completed in ten to fifteen minutes. The entire lesson will take sixty minutes to complete. ★ Many of the stations involve writing opinions rather than facts, so there is not always necessarily a correct or incorrect answer. I’ve included a sample answer sheet to give you an idea of how students can respond to these prompts. ★ This purchase includes the six station cards, supplemental files for three of the stations, a student answer sheet, a sample completed answer sheet, a Notes for Teachers document explaining each station with tips and tricks. ★ All files come in a PDF format. Required Materials: ★ One of the stations require devices for watching a video on Google Drive YouTube and two stations have optional digital versions of the articles that can be used in place of the printed versions. Any device with an internet connection will work.
The Roaring Twenties Webquest
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The Roaring Twenties Webquest

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The webquest was designed for high school students and contains sources including websites, videos, and articles from magazines/journals. There are two documents included in this purchase: the student sheet and the answer key. Both of these are in a Google Slides document, so you can change and adapt the activity if you would like to. Topics included in this webquest include an introduction to the Roaring Twenties, organized crime, prohibition, the Jazz Age, vamps, and important figures from the era.
Customizable Library Orientation Scavenger Hunt **No Prep Work Required**
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Customizable Library Orientation Scavenger Hunt **No Prep Work Required**

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating to learn about the Media Center? Look no further! This scavenger hunt style game will get your students moving while helping them learn about the resources available in the Media Center and how to use the Media Center. How the Lesson Works ★ This single-page scavenger hunt 13 questions that include questions relating to identifying library staff, finding call numbers, searching the catalog, finding materials, and circulation policies. ★ Your purchase includes a customizable file so you can alter this scavenger hunt if it is not suitable for your library program. ★ Students can complete this scavenger hunt as individuals or with a partner. ★ Students will need access to the library catalog to successfully complete the scavenger hunt. There is no prep work associated with this lesson…just print and go!
Customizable United States Geography Jeopardy Style Game
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Customizable United States Geography Jeopardy Style Game

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This lesson can be used as a review or introduction to United States Geography. Round One is made up of the following topics: Name That State, Biggest/Smallest, Landforms, Capital Cities, and Vocabulary. Round two is made up of the following topics: People, Economy, Climate, Disasters, and History. The Final Jeopardy question relates to US Government. This purchase includes: ★ A detailed document outlining the setup and running of the game ★ Two Google Slides Presentations - Round One and Double Jeopardy ★ A score card for each round ★ An editable Google Slides document for both rounds of the game ★ An answer key Notes: ★ The game is composed of two Google Slides Presentations: one for round one, and another for round two. The round one presentation contains a link to the round two presentation so you can transition to the next round if needed. ★ Either the teacher or a designated student keeps score on the provided score card. ★ The game is designed so you can either complete one round, two rounds, or two rounds with a final Jeopardy portion. You can complete as many rounds as you would like to depending on your time constraints. ★ There is an answer key that provides you with all of the questions and answers on the game. Timing can be different for individual classes, depending on your students’ level and what you want to accomplish with the game. Here are a few options for running the game: ★ As a review: Students have 10 seconds to answer the question (no notes) or students have 30-60 seconds to answer the question (with notes) ★ As an introduction: students have 60-120 seconds to answer the question with the help of the internet ★ Please test out the game to ensure that your school district allows the use of Google products Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. Try it out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved.
Digital Citizenship & Online Safety Digital Breakout
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Digital Citizenship & Online Safety Digital Breakout

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This game was designed for high school students to introduce or review concepts related to digital citizenship. The following topics are included on the Google Site: ★ Online Personas ★ Protecting Yourself Online ★ Cyberbullying ★ Website Credibility ★ Online Ethics This Escape Room / Breakout Game is completely digital and is hosted on a Google Site. There is an answer sheet included that you can print for students to fill out. On some digital games, there are also clues that involves a word search that either you or the students can print out. This purchase includes: ★ A detailed document outlining each clue, setup, and running the game ★ An answer sheet for students ★ Access to the Google Sheet document that contains students’ submitted answers Notes: ★ Digital breakout games do not involve additional setup, but there is an answer sheet that can be printed out for student use ★ This digital breakout game is hosted on Google Sites. ★ Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. ★ Try each lesson out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved. Here’s what other teachers are saying about this lesson: ★ Great resource! ★ Thanks! Saved me a lot of time. ★ Love this resource! We have to teach a digital citizenship lesson every year and this does a great job covering the material in an interactive way. ★ Fabulous resource! Thank you! ★ Kids love it. ★ This is the coolest investment ever! I appreciate the effort to put this together! ★ This was put together so well! Thank you for such a great resource. This was the first Breakout I’d ever done with this group of students and although I usually like to show them a video or something to give them an idea of what they’re going to be doing, they did great without one. Almost all my students, 9th through 12th, were engaged and working hard to be the first to solve this. I’ll definitely be looking for more breakouts from you. Thanks again! ★ Great Resource! My students enjoyed completing the activities. ★ Great Tool! ★ I really enjoyed this lesson! My high school students were engaged throughout the period. It took some of my students about a period and a half (52 minute periods). This was a fun way for the students to learn something new!
The Middle Ages Choice Board - *Easy Prep*
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The Middle Ages Choice Board - *Easy Prep*

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Looking for a fun way to get your students engaged in the Middle Ages and differentiate learning? Look no further! This Choice Board Activity will get your students interested while introducing them to the content that will learn throughout the unit. How the Lesson Works: ★ This lesson is made up of six activities that will allow your students to explore the topic ★ The first activity is an Introductory Video (approx. 14 minutes) that all students will complete with four review questions. ★ The next part of the activity provides students with five activities to choose from: Activity 1 - Jigsaw Puzzle with Supplemental Question Activity 2 - Writing Prompt Activity 3 - Biography Creation and Research Activity 4 - Vocabulary Matchup Activity 5 - Advantages/Disadvantages of Feudalism ★ After assigning the activity, just tell your students how many activities you would like them to complete. ★ This activity can be completed by individual students or by teams of students with one Google Slides document. ★Each activity should take students about ten to fifteen minutes to complete. The length of the entire lesson will be determined by the number of activities assigned. ★ Many of the activities involve writing opinions rather than facts, so there is not always necessarily a correct or incorrect answer. ★ This purchase includes a Google Slides Presentation that is preformatted to be… Shared in Google Classroom Copied by students to input answers (without changing the format) Required Materials: ★ The Introductory Video is hosted on YouTube and you may have to allow access, depending on your District’s filtering policies. ★ One of the activities involves a Jigsaw Puzzle hosted on the website JigsawPlanet.com. You may need to share this URL with your District’s Technology Department to allow access, depending on your District’s filtering policies. ★ Any device with an internet connection will work, but this would probably be easier on a laptop or desktop computer.
The Executive Branch Customizable Escape Room / Breakout Game (US)
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The Executive Branch Customizable Escape Room / Breakout Game (US)

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This lesson can be used as an introduction to the Executive Branch or a review. Some of the topics covered in this game include amendments, requirements to be president, cabinet departments, and vocabulary. You can use physical locks and a lock box or digital forms on a Google Form with this game. (The form is included with your purchase.) This purchase includes: -------- *A detailed document outlining each clue card, setup, and running the game *An answer sheet for students *An editable Google Slides document for all of the clue cards *A digital breakout Google Form that is pre-set to accept the correct answers for this game Feel free to download the preview for more information. Notes: -------- *Breakout games involve additional setup such as printing clues, color coding clues (if you let students work in teams), and in some cases writing on supplemental files with invisible ink *Supplies needed for this game include invisible ink pens, black light flashlights, and QR Readers *If you purchase this breakout and are not able to get all of the supplies, please get in touch with me. I can help you create alternate ways to present the clue to students if needed. *Most of these games involve clues that have a uniform answer, regardless of where the game is played. However, some games involve numbers such as pages in a dictionary or atlas. In these cases, the explanation document will tell you that you need to customize the answer based on your resources. *Please try the game at least one day before you would like to try it with your students and get in touch with me if you have any questions. I usually respond to emails within a few hours. Try it out beforehand to ensure that you completely understand how each clue can be solved. *The page that you download is only one page. This document is a PDF that links to a Google Doc with about thirty pages of documents related to the lesson. The file is set up this way to ensure that you always have access to the newest version of the document. Here is what other teachers are saying about this lesson: -------- *My students loved working together to solve this activity! *Lots of fun! Thanks! *This helped a lot! If you have any questions, please send me an email! -Kellie @ Loquacious Learning
*FREEBIE* Banned Books Week Stations Activity *Print & Go Prep*
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*FREEBIE* Banned Books Week Stations Activity *Print & Go Prep*

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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further! This Station Activity will get your students moving while introducing them to the content that will learn throughout the unit. How the Lesson Works: ★ This lesson is made up of six stations that will allow your students to discuss the following topics: Station 1 - Risk vs. Reward (Close reading about the potential pros and cons of having the ability to challenge books) Station 2 - Can You Guess (Learning about different books and trying to determine which two books have not been challenged) Station 3 - Wanted…Dead or Alive (Learning about characters from popular books that have been challenged or banned and creating a wanted poster for that character) Station 4 - What’s Your Opinion (Close reading about the challenges against “The Hate U Give” and “All American Boys”) Station 5 - Banned Bios (Creating their own autobiography after learning about previously challenged or banned biographies/memoirs) Station 6 - Dig A Little Deeper (Choosing a banned book from a list and conducting a little bit of research about the challenges that have been issued against that title) ★ This activity can be completed by individual students or by teams of students with one answer sheet. ★ The stations are designed to be completed in ten to fifteen minutes. The entire lesson will take sixty minutes to complete. ★ Many of the stations involve writing opinions rather than facts, so there is not always necessarily a correct or incorrect answer. I’ve included a sample answer sheet to give you an idea of how students can respond to these prompts. ★ This purchase includes the six station cards, supplemental files for three of the stations, a student answer sheet, and a Notes for Teachers document explaining each station with tips and tricks. ★ All files come in a PDF format. Required Materials: ★ One of the stations require devices for visiting a webpage on ProCon.org and one of the stations has an optional digital version of the articles that can be used in place of the printed version. Any device with an internet connection will work.