Learners read news reports and first-person accounts of a blackout in a large city and keep weblogs or journals. They take on different roles of people who live in the city or commute there to work and then use their journal accounts to...
Introduce young poets to Blackout Poetry. Much like Found Poems, Blackout Poetry challenges scholars to rethink the process writers may use to craft their poems. After watching a short video in which poet Austin Kleon describes his...
Students discuss the importance of power grids in power generation. In this physics lesson, students explain the impact of power failure. They investigate the power blackout in 2003 and discuss their findings.
In this blackout situational instructional activity, students recall an experience when there was no power, share their feelings and reactions, and explain their answers. Students write three answers.
In this recycling vocabulary worksheet, students read 15 clues that include both a definition and word puzzle. Students must decide what recycling word the definition and puzzle describes and write the word on the line provided.
In this U.S. state capitals worksheet, students read 15 state capitals along with a hint for which state they're in. Students must write the correct state name that matches each capital.
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After watching West of the West's documentary The Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island, class members imagine how Juana Maria/Karana may have felt about living alone on the island for 18 years and craft a blackout poem or a narrative in her...
Students describe the impact of modern technology inventions on daily life. They create a graph of the class's favorite item of technology and draw a picture of their favorite piece of modern technology.
In this holidays worksheet, students are given the definition of a holiday vocabulary word and then they write the word. Students write words for 15 definitions.
In this math vocabulary worksheet, students read the definition of the math vocabulary word and then write the word. Students write 15 math vocabulary words.
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Let's play an out-of-this-world Bingo game! Using pre-made Bingo cards and an online randomizer, host a game of Bingo to practice identifying the objects of the cosmos. Pupils must match a picture shown to a similar picture on their...
What do Abraham Lincoln, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Amanda Gordon have in common? They all believe in the power of words—the power of words to create change. After analyzing the rhetorical strategies in several poems and speeches,...
Life in the UK changed a lot during and after WWII. Review major events, pop icons, and life during wartime with a game. Kids play a Millionaire-style game to test what they know about rationing, blackouts, The Beatles, and British...
In this top 100 misspelled English vocabulary list worksheet, student read the definition, then find the word hidden in a matrix of letters for 12 words.
Students reflect on the role of electrical energy in their daily lives. They consider ways in which they might prepare for a blackout. They examine role of energy deregulation in the August 2003 blackout. Finally, they present this...
In this crossword puzzle about the Blitz worksheet, students read clues about the Battle of Britain, fighter planes, raid warnings, blackout, etc. and write the answers in the squares of the puzzle. Students write 10 answers.
Drugs can affect all parts of the body including teeth, skin, heart, brain, and lungs. Use an interactive that explores topics like addiction and the brain, steroid use and skin breakouts, methamphetamine use and rotting teeth, smoking...
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