From Marie Curie to Jane Goodall, Alice Ball to Gertrude B. Elion, female scientists have always played a major role in the advancement of our understanding of the world around us. Research and celebrate the achievements of these dedicated experts in their fields.
Teach History with Comics
Students will practice their research and debate skills by creating a comic which explains their perspective on a historic event.
Students will learn about the Great Depression and demonstrate their understanding of this economic downfall.
Students will develop an understanding of the Bill of Rights and how it impacts their lives.
Students will recognize and understand the impact resources have in the development and growth of their region, either locally or statewide.
Students will identify ideologies that led to the American Revolution.
Students will understand the impact agriculture had on culture and daily life of peoples living during the Neolithic Era.
Students will develop an understanding of the reasons why people leave their home and begin a new life in a new place.
Students will understand the impact women had on the developing identity of the United States as it emerged from WWII as a World Leader.
Students will develop an understanding of how the Incas interacted with the Spanish Conquistadors.