How to Teach High School History the Charlotte Mason Way

How to Teach High School History the Charlotte Mason Way

◾I use an assignment that my daughter and I came up with called a ‘binder-book’, which is basically the child of a lap book and note booking. Within this assignment, they will have research, geography, writing and timeline work.

Great collection of resources, including short stories to teach literary elements, excellent literature to add to your curriculum, and ideas for helping your students to write stories themselves.

Short Story Resources For Teachers; great collection of resources, including short stories to teach literary elements, excellent literature to add to your curriculum, and ideas for helping students write stories themselves

Teach your students about informative and explanatory writing with this CCSS aligned mini-unit. It is ideal for grades 7-10, and it includes an editable, 26 slide PowerPoint presentation, and informative essay handout, peer edit worksheet, and a rubric.

Explanatory and Informational Writing Unit for Secondary ELA

Teach your students about informative and explanatory writing with this CCSS aligned mini-unit. It is ideal for grades and it includes an editable, 26 slide PowerPoint presentation, and informative essay handout, peer edit worksheet, and a rubric.

How to Teach High School Science the Charlotte Mason Way

How to Teach High School Science the Charlotte Mason Way

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Teaching high school and middle school English. My entire curriculum and how I teach in my classroom. The first six weeks of school. Back to school. Short stories. Narrative writing.

Teaching high school and middle school English. My entire curriculum and how I teach in my classroom. The first six weeks of school. Back to school.

LOVE THIS!!  Check out the level of student engagement, the quick transitions, and the effective "check for understanding" at the end of the lesson.  Fantastic!      From YouTube: Watch Kristin DeWit, veteran Whole Brain Teacher, guide her class through a lively geometry lesson.

LOVE THIS! Check out the level of student engagement, the quick transitions, and the effective "check for understanding" at the end of the lesson.

I don't ever plan on teaching high school math, but you never know. This looks helpful.. maybe for friends still in college.

For students I know: I don't ever plan on teaching high school math, but you never know. This looks helpful. maybe for friends still in college.

Are you teaching high school history next year? Here are my best 10 tips.

Top 10 High School History Tips

Teaching high school history: 10 tips from a homeschool that might (some, at least) also work in a classroom.

How to Teach High School the Charlotte Mason Way www.teachersofgoodthings.com

How to Teach High School the Charlotte Mason Way

Teaching high school the Charlotte Mason way - even if you don't use the Charlotte Mason method, there is some good advice for homeschool high school

This is the only icebreaker that I use with my high school science students! I've used it for over 5 years and it is always my favorite day of the year. This icebreaker activity allows you to 1) talk science on day one 2) randomly group students for your seating chart 3) spend time getting to know your students and 4) allowing them to get to know you! -by ⚛ Jen Siler's Classroom

The best "icebreaker" activity for high school students (who hate icebreaker activities). Get a jump start on creating a bond with your students.

Learn how to use inquiry circles in Social Studies class. Great for reviewing topics, and teaching the Common Core.

How to Teach the Standards through Social Studies Inquiry Circles

Need some social studies project ideas? Learn how to make Social Studies more engaging for your students with inquiry circles. Inquiry circles reinforce social studies standards while teaching the research process. (Grab the free social studies project

After sixteen years of teaching, high school teacher Kisaundra Harris switched to flexible seating. Her students now call her classroom a safe haven. | Cult of Pedagogy

Classroom Eye Candy 3: The Funky Science Lab

Classroom Eye Candy The Funky Science Lab - After sixteen years of teaching, high school teacher Kisaundra Harris switched to flexible seating. Her students now call her classroom a safe haven. The mismatched furniture gives a homey look.

How to be successful in your first year of teaching high school: everything you need to know that they don't teach you in school

How to be successful in your first year of teaching high school: everything you need to know that they don't teach you in school (takes you to Barnes & Noble webstore)

How to Teach High School Literature the Charlotte Mason Way

How to Teach High School Literature the Charlotte Mason Way

Ten Fun and Fabulous Secondary Math Freebies

Ten Fun and Fabulous Secondary Math Freebies

Snippets of Video on You Tube for High School Math by Teaching High School Math!

Snippets of Video on You Tube for High School Math

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