it's a weird way to defend themselves...

Animal Defense Mechanisms: Ostriches

Grade(s):

4

In EL Education's ELA Curriculum Grade 4 Module 2 Unit 2, students continue to build expertise about their animal and its defense mechanisms, writing the first part of the final performance task--an informativ

are tricky, they look nasty, but ...

Donuts

Grade(s):

4

In this performance task, students synthesize their learning about what inspires poets to write poetry by presenting their own original poems inspired by something meaningful, along with a speech, including supporting visuals, about what inspired their poem and where you can see evidence of this

using elephants to bring...

Overcoming Obstacles in Thailand

Grade(s):

3

Learn from Samira, at P.S. 89 in Bronx District 11, on how she applies her learning to EL Education's Grade 3 Module 1 theme: OVERCOMING LEARNING CHALLENGES NEAR AND FAR.

 

Someone stop this guy!

The Plane in the Sky

Grade(s):

4

In this performance task, students synthesize their learning about what inspires poets to write poetry by presenting their own original poems inspired by something meaningful, along with a speech, including supporting visuals, about what inspired their poem and where you can see evidence of this

The Diary of Anne Frank Audio Play

Grade(s):

9, 10, 11, 12

Ten high school students rehearsed together to put together an audio play of The Diary of Anne Frank to be used as a resource for the KUSD middle school teachers and students who study this play every spring as part of the required curriculum.

Models of Excellence in EL's ELA Curriculum

We invite you to explore the Models of Excellence in EL's ELA Curriculum exhibit to see how students bring the three attributes of high-quality work: authenticity, craftsmanship, and complexity to life in the EL Education ELA K-8 Curriculum.

A way to correct the wrongdoings

The Frontier of Indian Law Reform: How Cobell v. Salazar Opened the Door to US Government Accountability

Grade(s):

8

National History Day is an annual academic competition asking students to research any historical topic and apply it to a theme. The competition includes different projects in a wide variety of formats including exhibits, websites, documentaries, performances, and research papers.

Summer of Mariposas

Grade(s):

8

This website features a digital gallery of 8th Grade student's narrative essays that were selected as Best in Class.

when somebody gets hurt

Boo-Boo Station

Grade(s):

1

In Unit 3, students bring to life classroom tools and habits of character as they work collaboratively to solve a classroom design challenge and answer the unit guiding question: "How do we create a magnificent thing?" In small groups, students plan, create, and revise a "magnificent" thing that

Ikezasso(Ikebana with weeds)

Grade(s):

7

Country: Japan

Senate Expedition

Grade(s):

6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Writing with evidence is an important skill for students to learn, but how often do they use mathematics as evidence?

Chicago Water Quality Report

Grade(s):

7, 8

During the 2022-2023 school year, seventh and eighth grade students at Polaris Charter Academy focused on learning physics and chemistry through multiple lenses.

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