A tool that visually organizes information.
A student is required to manipulate/move aspects of the document to complete an assignment.
Multi-step activity that follows a lesson plan.
A document designed to convey/teach information for student consumption.
A document designed to convey/teach information, for teacher/administrator consumption. (I.E. Shape libraries, state standards)
Students will use the graphic organizer to create a story map about their novel.
Create a 5 step cycle outline.
Use the template to create a wheel graphic organizer for students to use.
In this lesson, students will take on the role of ancient travel agents promoting an ancient civilization of their choice — Mesopotamia, Egypt, Rome, Greece, China or India.
This lesson challenges students to recreate a cover for a recent book they have read.
Students will take on the role of British or Colonist reporter during the onset of the American Revolution to write a newsletter from 1775 detailing the causes of the revolution and other major events of the time.
Students will explore how people express themselves online and offline and analyze the difference between person and persona.
In this lesson, students read O. Henry's "The Gift of the Magi" and are asked to prepare a digital timeline that maps the sequence of events.
In this lesson, students explore the rock cycle using common materials to create a collaborative model in the form of a rock cycle diagram using Lucidchart.
Students will sort prime factors of two (and then three) positive integers as a strategy to determine prime factorization and develop a definition of greatest common factor.
In this lesson, students use Lucidchart's diagramming software to demonstrate understanding of the transfer of energy through the food chain.
In this lesson, students will work in groups to design a classroom floor plan using Lucidchart. Students will understand the concept of scale and how to use ratios to calculate a proportional scale model.
In this lesson, students produce a flowchart quiz "Which [Book Title] Character Are You?"
Use the pyramid template to convey hierarchies and provide more information on the side.
Customize geometry shapes and formulas to use in your assignments, resources, and documents.
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