Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (11 lessons)

Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (11 lessons)

This richly illustrated theme consists of 11 lessons -- 8 on Florence Nightingale and 1 each on Mary Seacole, Queen Victoria, and Clara Barton -- plus a set of worksheets. An extension to this lesson is available covering 7 other people who lived at the same time as Florence Nightingale--Alexander Graham Bell, Louis Braille, Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Thomas Edison, Jean François Champollion, and Albert Einstein. In addition, a unified version of this theme is available that includes all 18 lessons plus worksheets. Florence Nightingale was born in Italy, grew up in England, and traveled and studied in Germany. Information on the 3 countries can be found in separate “Passport to the World” files. The theme is designed for cross-curricular teaching of all subjects--including literacy, reading, writing, spelling, role playing and drama, science, geography, history, art and technology, music, math, dance and movement, and Circle Time. It was written primarily for lower-grade primary students, but it can be adapted and enriched for higher grades. Theme 1. Why was Florence Nightingale famous? 2. Background information on Florence Nightingale 3. What is being a nurse like? 4. Where is the Crimea? 5. Listening to Florence speaking 6. Hospitals of the past and present 7. Sequencing events in Florence Nightingale’s life 8. Role playing on Florence Nightingale 9. Mary Seacole, Jamaican nurse 10. Queen Victoria: Queen of England 1837-1901 and Empress of India 1876-1901 11. Clara Barton: American nurse and founder of the American Red Cross Worksheets Page 1. Title page and ToC Page 2. Lesson 1 (advanced) Page 3. Lesson 1 (less advanced) Page 4. Florence Word and Spelling Card Page 5. Vocabulary List Page 6. First Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 7. First Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 8. Second Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 9. Second Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 10. Victoria, Third Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 11. Victoria, Third Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 12. Student Account Page 13. Mind Mapping Page 14. Role Playing, Lesson 8 Page 15. Seacole, Lesson 9 Page 16. Victoria, Lesson 10 (advanced) Page 17. Victoria, Lesson 10 (less advanced) Page 18. Barton, Lesson 11
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Passport to the World  -- Germany

Passport to the World -- Germany

A richly illustrated Passport to the World lesson on Germany, including the following aspects: Flag Map Cities Bodies of Water Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport
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Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (18 lessons)

Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (18 lessons)

This richly illustrated theme consists of 18 detailed lessons and 22 worksheets on Florence Nightingale and others who lived at the same time. Contents for the theme and worksheets appear below. This resource is also available in two separate parts—lessons 1 to 11 and 7 additional lessons. The theme is designed for cross-curricular teaching of all subjects--including literacy, reading, writing, spelling, role playing and drama, science, geography, history, art and technology, music, math, dance and movement, and Circle Time. It was written primarily for lower-grade primary students but can be adapted and enriched for higher grades. The lessons are based on US grammar and spelling. Please feel free to adapt spelling, add or subtract material, use fewer than 18 lessons, and customize the theme in other ways. Florence Nightingale was born in Italy, grew up in England, and traveled and studied in Germany. Info on the three countries are in separate “Passport to the World” files. Theme 1. Why was Florence Nightingale famous? 2. Background information on Florence Nightingale 3. What is being a nurse like? 4. Where is the Crimea? 5. Listening to Florence speaking 6. Hospitals of the past and present 7. Sequencing events in Florence Nightingale’s life 8. Role playing on Florence Nightingale 9. Mary Seacole, Jamaican nurse 10. Queen Victoria: Queen of England 1837-1901 and Empress of India 1876-1901 11. Clara Barton: American nurse and founder of the American Red Cross 12. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone 13. Louis Braille developed a system that enabled blind people to read 14. Mark Twain, author of “Tom Sawyer” and “Huckleberry Finn” 15. Helen Keller paved the way for deafblind people 16. Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb 17. Jean François Champollion was the first Westerner to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics 18. Scientist Albert Einstein discovered the theory of relativity Worksheets Page 1. Title page and ToC Page 2. Lesson 1 (advanced) Page 3. Lesson 1 (less advanced) Page 4. Word and Spelling Card Page 5. Vocabulary List Page 6. First Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 7. First Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 8. Second Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 9. Second Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 10. Third Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 11. Third Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 12. Student Account Page 14. Role Playing, Lesson 8 Page 15. Seacole, Lesson 9 Page 16. Lesson 10 -- Victoria (advanced) Page 17. Victoria, Lesson 10 (less advanced) Page 18. Barton, Lesson 11 Page 19. Bell, Lesson 12 (advanced) Page 20. Bell, Lesson 12 (less advanced) Page 21. Braille, Lesson 13 (advanced) Page 22. Braille, Lesson 13 (less advanced) Page 23. Lessons 14 to 18 Worksheet
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Chinese New Year 2016

Chinese New Year 2016

This richly illustrated theme consists of six lessons on Chinese New Year and a section on cross-curricular activities and ideas. A summary of the theme’s content can be seen in the index below. The theme is designed for cross-curricular teaching of all subjects--including literacy, reading, writing, spelling, role playing, science, geography, history, art and technology, music, math, dance and movement, and Circle Time. It was written primarily for lower-grade primary-school students, but it can be adapted and enriched for higher grades. The theme is based on United States grammar and spelling. As teacher, you are free to adapt spelling appropriate for any other curriculum. Some teachers may want to add or subtract material to or from the lessons or use fewer than six lessons. Please feel free to adapt the theme for your environment and location. Lesson Index 1. Introduction and the Chinese Zodiac 2. Calendars 3. Lantern Festival 4. Customs and Traditions 5. Traditional New Year Foods 6. Fifteen Days Of Celebration Cross-Curricular Ideas
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Passport to the World -- Germany

Passport to the World -- Germany

A richly illustrated Passport to the World lesson on Germany, including the following aspects: Flag Map Cities Bodies of Water Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport
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Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (11 lessons)

Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (11 lessons)

This richly illustrated theme consists of 11 lessons -- 8 on Florence Nightingale and 1 each on Mary Seacole, Queen Victoria, and Clara Barton -- plus a set of worksheets. An extension to this lesson is available covering 7 other people who lived at the same time as Florence Nightingale--Alexander Graham Bell, Louis Braille, Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Thomas Edison, Jean François Champollion, and Albert Einstein. In addition, a unified version of this theme is available that includes all 18 lessons plus worksheets. Florence Nightingale was born in Italy, grew up in England, and traveled and studied in Germany. Information on the 3 countries can be found in separate “Passport to the World” files. The theme is designed for cross-curricular teaching of all subjects--including literacy, reading, writing, spelling, role playing and drama, science, geography, history, art and technology, music, math, dance and movement, and Circle Time. It was written primarily for lower-grade primary students, but it can be adapted and enriched for higher grades. Theme 1. Why was Florence Nightingale famous? 2. Background information on Florence Nightingale 3. What is being a nurse like? 4. Where is the Crimea? 5. Listening to Florence speaking 6. Hospitals of the past and present 7. Sequencing events in Florence Nightingale’s life 8. Role playing on Florence Nightingale 9. Mary Seacole, Jamaican nurse 10. Queen Victoria: Queen of England 1837-1901 and Empress of India 1876-1901 11. Clara Barton: American nurse and founder of the American Red Cross Worksheets Page 1. Title page and ToC Page 2. Lesson 1 (advanced) Page 3. Lesson 1 (less advanced) Page 4. Florence Word and Spelling Card Page 5. Vocabulary List Page 6. First Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 7. First Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 8. Second Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 9. Second Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 10. Victoria, Third Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 11. Victoria, Third Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 12. Student Account Page 13. Mind Mapping Page 14. Role Playing, Lesson 8 Page 15. Seacole, Lesson 9 Page 16. Victoria, Lesson 10 (advanced) Page 17. Victoria, Lesson 10 (less advanced) Page 18. Barton, Lesson 11
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Passport to the World -- Italy

Passport to the World -- Italy

A richly illustrated Passport to the World lesson on Italy, including the following aspects: Flag Map Cities Bodies of Water Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport
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Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (11 lessons)

Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (11 lessons)

This richly illustrated theme consists of 11 lessons -- 8 on Florence Nightingale and 1 each on Mary Seacole, Queen Victoria, and Clara Barton -- plus a set of worksheets. An extension to this lesson is available covering 7 other people who lived at the same time as Florence Nightingale--Alexander Graham Bell, Louis Braille, Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Thomas Edison, Jean François Champollion, and Albert Einstein. In addition, a unified version of this theme is available that includes all 18 lessons plus worksheets. Florence Nightingale was born in Italy, grew up in England, and traveled and studied in Germany. Information on the 3 countries can be found in separate “Passport to the World” files. The theme is designed for cross-curricular teaching of all subjects--including literacy, reading, writing, spelling, role playing and drama, science, geography, history, art and technology, music, math, dance and movement, and Circle Time. It was written primarily for lower-grade primary students, but it can be adapted and enriched for higher grades. Theme 1. Why was Florence Nightingale famous? 2. Background information on Florence Nightingale 3. What is being a nurse like? 4. Where is the Crimea? 5. Listening to Florence speaking 6. Hospitals of the past and present 7. Sequencing events in Florence Nightingale’s life 8. Role playing on Florence Nightingale 9. Mary Seacole, Jamaican nurse 10. Queen Victoria: Queen of England 1837-1901 and Empress of India 1876-1901 11. Clara Barton: American nurse and founder of the American Red Cross Worksheets Page 1. Title page and ToC Page 2. Lesson 1 (advanced) Page 3. Lesson 1 (less advanced) Page 4. Florence Word and Spelling Card Page 5. Vocabulary List Page 6. First Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 7. First Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 8. Second Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 9. Second Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 10. Victoria, Third Lesson 2 (advanced) Page 11. Victoria, Third Lesson 2 (less advanced) Page 12. Student Account Page 13. Mind Mapping Page 14. Role Playing, Lesson 8 Page 15. Seacole, Lesson 9 Page 16. Victoria, Lesson 10 (advanced) Page 17. Victoria, Lesson 10 (less advanced) Page 18. Barton, Lesson 11
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Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (7-lesson addendum to 11-lesson theme)

Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (7-lesson addendum to 11-lesson theme)

This is a richly illustrated addendum to a separate 11-lesson Florence Nightingale theme. It consists of 7 lessons on people who lived at the same time as Florence Nightingale plus a set of worksheets. Contents of the lessons and worksheets are shown below. The theme is designed for cross-curricular teaching of all subjects--including literacy, reading, writing, spelling, role playing and drama, science, geography, history, art and technology, music, math, dance and movement, and Circle Time. It was written primarily for lower-grade primary students, but it can be adapted and enriched for higher grades. A complete 18-lesson version of the theme and worksheets is also available. Theme 1. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone 2. Louis Braille developed a system that enabled blind people to read 3. Mark Twain, author of “Tom Sawyer” and “Huckleberry Finn” 4. Helen Keller paved the way for deafblind people 5. Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb 6. Jean François Champollion was the first Westerner to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics 7. Scientist Albert Einstein discovered the theory of relativity Worksheets Page 1. Title page and Table of Contents Page 2. Alexander Graham Bell, Lesson 1 Worksheet, for more advanced students Page 3. Alexander Graham Bell, Lesson 1 Worksheet, for less advanced students Page 4. Louis Braille, Lesson 2 Worksheet, for more advanced students Page 5. Louis Braille, Lesson 2 Worksheet, for less advanced students Page 6. Lessons 3 to 7 Worksheet -- Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Thomas Edison, Jean François Champollion, and Albert Einstein
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Passport to the World -- England

Passport to the World -- England

A richly illustrated Passport to the World lesson on England, including the following aspects: Flag Difference between England and UK Countries in the UK Map of UK Cities Rivers Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport
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Passport to the World -- Italy

Passport to the World -- Italy

A richly illustrated Passport to the World lesson on Italy, including the following aspects: Flag Map Cities Bodies of Water Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport
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Passport to the World -- England

Passport to the World -- England

A richly illustrated Passport to the World lesson on England, including the following aspects: Flag Difference between England and UK Countries in the UK Map of UK Cities Rivers Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport
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Passport to the World -- Italy, Germany, and England

Passport to the World -- Italy, Germany, and England

Three highly illustrated Passport to the World lessons – on Italy, Germany, and England. This set is also available as separate files. Contents of each file are shown below. Italy: Flag Map Cities Bodies of Water Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport Germany: Flag Map Cities Bodies of Water Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport England: Flag Difference between England and UK Countries in the UK Map of UK Cities Rivers Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport
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Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (7-lesson extension to 11-lesson theme)

Florence Nightingale Theme and Worksheets (7-lesson extension to 11-lesson theme)

This is a richly illustrated addendum to a separate 11-lesson Florence Nightingale theme. It consists of 7 lessons on people who lived at the same time as Florence Nightingale plus a set of worksheets. Contents of the lessons and worksheets are shown below. The theme is designed for cross-curricular teaching of all subjects--including literacy, reading, writing, spelling, role playing and drama, science, geography, history, art and technology, music, math, dance and movement, and Circle Time. It was written primarily for lower-grade primary students, but it can be adapted and enriched for higher grades. A complete 18-lesson version of the theme and worksheets is also available. Theme 1. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone 2. Louis Braille developed a system that enabled blind people to read 3. Mark Twain, author of “Tom Sawyer” and “Huckleberry Finn” 4. Helen Keller paved the way for deafblind people 5. Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb 6. Jean François Champollion was the first Westerner to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics 7. Scientist Albert Einstein discovered the theory of relativity Worksheets Page 1. Title page and Table of Contents Page 2. Alexander Graham Bell, Lesson 1 Worksheet, for more advanced students Page 3. Alexander Graham Bell, Lesson 1 Worksheet, for less advanced students Page 4. Louis Braille, Lesson 2 Worksheet, for more advanced students Page 5. Louis Braille, Lesson 2 Worksheet, for less advanced students Page 6. Lessons 3 to 7 Worksheet -- Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Thomas Edison, Jean François Champollion, and Albert Einstein
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Passport to the World -- Italy, Germany, and England

Passport to the World -- Italy, Germany, and England

Three highly illustrated Passport to the World lessons – on Italy, Germany, and England. This set is also available as separate files. Contents of each file are shown below. Italy: Flag Map Cities Bodies of Water Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport Germany: Flag Map Cities Bodies of Water Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport England: Flag Difference between England and UK Countries in the UK Map of UK Cities Rivers Language Currency Neighboring countries Famous people Foods Architecture Animals Mountain ranges Transport
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Weekly lesson plan template with tips

Weekly lesson plan template with tips

A weekly timetable that helps teachers organize their teaching activities on a daily basis. You can modify the timetable to reflect your own subjects and schedule. Once you have completed your timetable, you can pass it along to substitute teachers, enabling them to continue your teaching program seamlessly in your absence. It is also a valuable way to record what you have done, and it can be recalled and adapted to new classes in each new school year. Tips in the file include suggestions for various activities.
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Weekly lesson plan template with tips

Weekly lesson plan template with tips

A weekly timetable that helps teachers organize their teaching activities on a daily basis. You can modify the timetable to reflect your own subjects and schedule. Once you have completed your timetable, you can pass it along to substitute teachers, enabling them to continue your teaching program seamlessly in your absence. It is also a valuable way to record what you have done, and it can be recalled and adapted to new classes in each new school year. Tips in the file include suggestions for various activities.
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Classroom decorating tips

Classroom decorating tips

Examples, photographs, and tips for decorating a classroom -- to stimulate student participation and create a dynamic learning environment. The examples shown are from my Primary 2 class (ages 5 to 6) in Hong Kong.
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