Because I wanted to avoid grading 'papers' for as long as possible today...and I already had the template made anyway, I updated my museum room to highlight Women's History Month. As always, this is just a starting point for discussions. I had to leave out as many things as I included.
Take a look and let me know what you think.
In spite of my best efforts, all of these weather-related changes to our schedule means that I've ended up with some students who have fallen behind and others who are in need of enrichment. For those that fall into the second group, I put together this Black History Month Museum Slide. I tried to capture main ideas and key people I want my students to know about by the end of the year, but this is only a starting point for our discussions. There are loads of additional topics we will analyze throughout the year. And as always, free to make a copy and adapt it for your own needs.
Let me know what you think.
I used this Starting Point Slide at the beginning of the year, but I stopped updating it when our schedule changed from digital to in-person to digital to hybrid. But with all of the weather-related changes complicating our schedule even more, I decided that I needed to it to bring it back in order to keep me and my students organized moving forward.
This version starts with a Screencastify video explaining the expectations for the week and includes our Learning Target, all of the various schedules and assignments for my Cloud, Group A, and Group B students, and a link that students can use to schedule 1:1 Zoom Meetings with me on Wednesdays.
And to help everyone here follow along with my pacing this year, I embedded a copy of the calendar in the sidebar. You can also click on any day to go to the blog post about that assignment.
Let me know what do you think.
My name is Angela Zorn. I work full-time as an educator at Bullitt Central High School in suburban Kentucky where I teach US History. In addition, I provide training & consulting services throughout the United States.
I love sharing my lesson creations with other teachers on Facebook, Twitter, and my website. It brings me so much joy pass on all that I have learned from others over the years.
If you are feeling generous and would like to buy me a coffee, that will keep me energized to continue creating and sharing.