Use these mini-lessons to visually support or extend your life science, earth science, and history lessons. #scichat #sschat
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History Mini-Lesson: Where is Ellis Island and why does it hold historical significance in the United States?
Immigrants in Science Mini-Book
Immigrants in Science Mini-Book (Grades 3-5) | Students create their own mini-book about famous immigrants to America who contributed to the field of science. Featured scientists include Elizabeth Blackwell, Albert Einstein, John Audobon, Chien-Shiung Wu, and Alexander Graham Bell.
Use the slideshow in this mini-lesson to introduce students to the purpose of medieval castles and to give them a glimpse of some of the activities going on inside their walls. View it here: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/middle-ages/historic-sites/71845.html #MiddleAges #history #whiteboard
Project this science mini-lesson on your whiteboard to teach students about ocean and fresh water distribution. View it here: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/hydrology/mini-lesson/71860.html #science #watercycle #whiteboard
Knights of the Middle Ages mini-lesson: Students will learn about some of the milestones required to become a medieval knight and the duties required of the position. This history mini-lesson includes a slideshow, teacher notes, and extension activities. View it here: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/middle-ages/mini-lesson/71865.html #MiddleAges #Knights #socialstudies #whiteboard
Give students an overview of life in medieval times with this mini-lesson. Project the PowerPoint presentation on a whiteboard to show students how different people dressed for their different roles in medieval society. View the full mini-lesson and download the teaching materials here: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/middle-ages/mini-lesson/71863.html #MiddleAges
Introduce the amazing rain forest with the PowerPoint slideshow in this science mini-lesson.
In this science mini-lesson, students learn about a desert ecosystem and are introduced to some plant and animal adaptations that help organisms survive in the harsh desert environment. View it here: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/desert-ecology/mini-lesson/71854.html
Use this mini-lesson to introduce the history of the modern Olympics, including when and how the modern Olympic Games began. View it here: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/olympic-games/mini-lesson/71861.html
Project this science mini-lesson on your whiteboard to teach kids about the characteristics of the different ocean zones. This is a great introductory resource for an ocean unit! View it here: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/oceanography/mini-lesson/71857.html