Lesson Outcomes

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Mr. Joseph combined traditional lecture with media from PBS Learning Media and documentary to enhance student learning.  Students recorded their responses during the lesson on their laptops.Read more

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8
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Students successfully used the first inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt to critically analyze primary and secondary sources. The students were able to critically analyze sources for bias and objectivity and to understand the strengths and weaknesses of primary and secondary sources. Through ...Read more

Grade(s): 
11
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Students work on retelling a story from the book Something BeautifulRead more

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3
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The lesson was a dance performance project created by Erin Leigh, Choreographer and Dance Educator at the College of Charleston.  It features the drawings of Mark Catesby. An English naturalist who came to S.C. to record the plants and animals in their natural habitat. The drawings were used as...Read more

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3
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Behind the Scenes clip, William Richardson talks about the new offering. The Southern Campaign of the American Revolution picks up the story after the fall of Charleston in 1780. After catastrophes at The Waxhaws and Camden, victories in battles and skirmishes such as Brattonsville, Musgrove...Read more

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8
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The Project-based Lesson results in a scientific exploration of bird adaptations to environmental habitats as students journey through activities to represent the work of a naturalist from the 18th century.Read more
Grade(s): 
3, 5, 6
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