In this series of Freebie Friday Posts, I’m sharing Grade specific freebies. I often see posts online asking for grade specific printables and resources. This week we are focusing on Grade 10 resources.
European Renaissance PowerPoint, Activators, Activities. History 101 from History 101 on Teachers Pay Teachers
This 99 slide PowerPoint covers the entirety of the European Renaissance! This was created explicitly for 9th grade World History but will be useful from grades 6-12. Download for free and see what this funny resource has to offer as it explores Renaissance from the infamous family Medici to Northern Renaissance! Inside you will find primary sources, daily activators, assignment ideas, and more! Thank you for looking!
Renaissance Art Powerpoint- Classical vs. Middle Ages vs. Ren. Art WORKSHEETS from Middle School World History for Today’s Students on Teachers Pay Teachers
These worksheets are designed to go along with my Renaissance Art Powerpoint. All visuals from the powerpoint are on these worksheets to help differentiate between Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance art.
The worksheets culminate with an ORQ on the How Art Reflects the Time Period from which it was Created.
Cask of Amontillado, Edgar Allan Poe, FREE, Literary Analysis Lesson, CCSS from Laura Randazzo on Teachers Pay Teachers
Use “The Cask of Amontillado,” Edgar Allan Poe’s creepy tale of twisted justice, to teach your students the elements of literary analysis. This two-day lesson includes a 14-question deep-thinking exercise (with detailed answer key/class discussion starters) and a Storytelling Arc handout (with key) to emphasize exposition, conflict, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. Finally, this PDF also includes a link to a short anticipatory video clip that will build students’ interest in the American Gothic tale.
This lesson is best for advanced middle school or high school students.
Creating a Dystopia PREZI Lesson Plan from Arik Durfee on Teachers Pay Teachers
A visually engaging PREZI presentation with several group and individual activities to accompany units on THE HUNGER GAMES, THE GIVER, 1984, UGLIES, BRAVE NEW WORLD, FAHRENHEIT 451, THE MAZE RUNNER, CITY OF EMBER, THE HANDMAID’S TALE, or any other dystopian novel.
Graphing Systems of Linear Equations – Math Notes Algebra from
teachmehowtoALGE on Teachers Pay Teachers
Systems of Linear Equations – Solve by Graphing
CHANGE THE WAY your students see Algebra! These walkthrough worksheets can serve as your students notes, their homework, a reteaching resource, an enrichment resource, guided practice, assessment, and so much more!
Factoring Polynomials Graphic Organizer from All Things Algebra on Teachers Pay Teachers
Factoring Polynomials Graphic Organizer
I use this graphic organizer to review all types of factoring just before I play my Factoring “Spin to Win” game. It is a good visual to help students with factoring polynomials. It covers the following:
-Difference of Squares
-“Basic” Trinomials (x2 + bx + c)
-“Slip and Slide” Trinomials (ax2 + bx + c)
-Four Terms (Grouping)
An answer key is included.
Scientific Method PowerPoint and Notes | Printable and Digital Distance Learning from Amy Brown Science on Teachers Pay Teachers
What is included in this resource?
A 26-Slide PowerPoint Presentation
Editable and Printable 4-page set of lecture notes for the teacher
Editable and Printable 5-page guided notes outline for the student
Paperless Digital Version for use in Google Drive, Google Classroom, and /or Microsoft OneDrive
TED Talks, FREE Worksheet to Use With ANY TED Talk, Distance Learning, Gr. 6-12 from Laura Randazzo on Teachers Pay Teachers
TED Talks offer a variety of educational opportunities for our students, from serving as virtual guest lectures on specialized topics to showcasing dynamic models of public speaking. This worksheet was designed to give students a concrete task to guide their viewing of ANY TED Talk.
You could show a TED Talk in class and have students complete the worksheet. You could use this as a homework assignment, where students watch an assigned video at home and complete the worksheet. Or you could take your whole class to the computer lab, have students plug in their earbuds, and complete the worksheet on any TED Talk of their choosing.
Holocaust Reflection Writing Activities from Michele Luck’s Social Studies on Teachers Pay Teachers
Holocaust Who Am I? Writing Prompts
Are you looking for a way to increase student engagement as you study the German Holocaust before and during WWII?
This 9-page activity set includes reflective prompts for the study of the German Holocaust.
Each prompt asks students to reflect on their own character and experiences as they evaluate the characteristics and experiences of perpetrators, victims, and bystanders of the Holocaust.
Includes a Holocaust Study writing assessment.
World War 2 Propaganda Mini Lesson from Stephanie’s History Store on Teachers Pay Teachers
This WW2 (WWII) mini lesson on US home front propaganda includes 21 images of propaganda posters and 17 discussion questions. After studying and discussing propaganda, the students will make their own poster. The requirements and expectations for the poster activity are on the last slide. This is a sample from my World War 2 power point.
Sample questions include:
–Why was propaganda needed to mobilize Americans?
–Why were different posters created for the same audience?
–Compare and contrast the emotions you feel today looking at these posters and the emotions someone in 1943 would have felt.
–In what ways can propaganda be positive or negative?