Introduction CONTENTS Introduction
[RECYCLING] [HISTORY] [GEOGRAPHY] [CRITICAL THINKING]
[STUDENT QUESTIONING] [GAMES] [MISCELLANEOUS] [DROP ME AN E-MAIL]
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NOTE: The General section was compiled with the student teacher in mind -- the remainder would be useful to all.
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RELATED PLANS & ACTIVITIES
Read all about it:
History -- up close and personal:
Sequencing of events:
A relevant approach to History:
A concept collage:
The trial of Napoleon Bonaparte:
You can find it:
Developed or underdeveloped:
Name that town:
Assorted Creative Thinking Activities
Classroom Strategies To Engender Student Questioning
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At the time this page was compiled the author had few Web design skills and no idea of the importance of honoring copyright issues. The information contained in this section is extremely useful to educators; however, I now realize the importance of receiving permission from the author(s) of work to be posted and the great need to include acknowledgment of your sources when they are used. We do this all the time when we use "BOOK" sources -- It is time to wake up and give the same credit to electronic sources as well.
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Thank you Mr. McKenzie for your fine work, your patience, and your understanding.
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