A big ol’ table that looks like comparing, but it’s really more about remembering.
Content Area: Social Studies
We can’t just list multiple perspectives.
A task about famous structures that stops at the bottom of Bloom’s.
Let’s go beyond listing Congress’ powers and consider fairness if a school had a legislative branch.
Let’s design a flag for your students’ civilizations. But let’s do it right! We’ll dig into the language of vexillology, analyze real flags, form some opinions, and only then create our own flag.
As we begin the project, students first consider where on earth their civilization will begin.
Now, let’s see how your students’ civilization transitions from hunters to gatherers.
Most humans want to live near fresh water, which means that most civilizations settled near a river! Let’s add a river to your students’ civilizations.
How one might revamp a “Wax Museum” project into something that focuses more on thinking than product.
My students, as part of their Create A Civilization project, had to select a type of government and explain its consequences. So I loved finding this list of all the different types of government.