ALEX Lesson Plans
Subject: English Language Arts (1), or Social Studies (1)
Title: All- American Diva, Ruby Bridges
Description: In this lesson, students will discover the impact Ruby Bridges made in history when she became the first black child to attend a white school. Your students will be sure to fall in love with the story Ruby has to tell and how this child's courage changed life in the United States.
This is a College- and Career-Ready Standards showcase lesson plan.
Subject: Social Studies (1)
Title: Alabama Mardi Gras Celebration
Description: This lesson is a very hands-on experience for students. Students will not only learn the facts about Mardi Gras, but they will also be making items related to Mardi Gras. Students will create and design their own Mardi Gras mask or float. Students are engaged at all times!
Subject: Social Studies (K - 2)
Title: Tech Tours using Google Earth-it’s easy, it’s fun…come take a trip with us!
Description: Grab your passport and head around the world as K-2 students become reporters using Google Earth and podcasting to learn and share about maps, globes, people and places around the community, state and world. Tools featured include: Tablet pc’s, iPods, digital cameras, document camera, classroom response system, and free web 2.0 tools.
Subject: Social Studies (1), or Technology Education (K - 2)
Title: Classroom Feud
Description: As part of a unit about the state of Alabama, students spend time collecting information about the state, which they in turn report to a classroom in another state using distance learning equipment. Then the two classroms in different states "battle it out" in a game show about the two states written by the teachers.
Subject: Character Education (K - 12), or English Language Arts (1), or English Language Arts (1), or Social Studies (1), or Technology Education (K - 2)
Title: Helen Keller
Description: During this lesson students learn about the life of Helen Keller and how she communicated with others. Students have the opportunity to use sign language to communicate with others. Students gain an appreciation for their sight and hearing, as well as admiration for those who do not have these senses.
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