Land in Crisis, presented by National Geograpic.
The goal of the IB is for students to be challenged academically, while also finding creative and physical fitness outlets, getting involved in the community around them, and developing a global view that takes the student beyond their immediate environment.
Lamar High School encourages ALL students to be inquiring and knowledgeable individuals who can achieve their highest potential within an atmosphere of shared responsibility, academic challenge, intercultural understanding, and mutual respect.
Vision The vision of Lamar High School is to provide a quality education in a safe, student-centered learning environment that facilitates high-quality educational opportunities for every student.
Both faculty and staff will generate teaching and learning that supports critical thinking, high achievement, ethical behavior, and respect for intercultural diversity. Leadership, service and positive character traits will be nurtured by and for all.
Teachers, administrators, staff, students, and parents alike are charged with preparing each student to be productive citizens in a technological and global society. The new laptops will be handed out on January 8th and 9th during the school day.
These new devices will replace the laptops that Lamar started the PowerUp program four years ago in January.Middle School Social Studies: Columbus Day–Alternative Points of View. Objective: Students will explore the complexity of feelings surrounding Columbus’s landing .
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Find this Pin and more on Teaching High School Social Studies by Allison Nytes Olson. From fun activities to suggested books, we've got your out-of-school time covered. Lesson Plans Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange Elementary School (K-5). 50 lesson plans for primary grade students.
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95 lesson plans suitable for the high school level. Here are six simple social studies activities for grades K-6 that incorporate reading and writing. Activities are adapted from HMH Kids Discover Social Studies, a curriculum that uses graphic magazines with hands-on lessons and activities to support literacy instruction.
The elementary social studies curriculum you choose and how you present it can play a big role in how students retain the information from their lesson.