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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and African American History
Links to lessons and resources you can use to teach about Dr. King and African American History.

Presidents of the United States
Fun facts and trivia about he Presidents of the United States. You or your students can use these facts for reports or projects. They are not in paragraph form to prevent copying for reports.

First Ladies of the United States
Interesting trivia on the First Ladies of the United States. You or your students can use these facts for reports or projects. They are not in paragraph form to prevent copying for reports.

Michigan Images
Pictures of lumbering in Michigan. You can download these images for use in classroom projects.

Lewis and Clark Expedition
Lesson Plans, internet resouces and references for students and teachers.

Detroit Triva
Fun facts, historical dates, and information about Detroit, Michigan.

Teaching unit on the Holocaust
Chris designed this lesson for use with her students. She uses the book, Daniel's Story by Carol Matas. You can use the unit with any book on the Holocaust. This lesson can be used in grades 6 -9 since the focus of the lesson is discussion and journaling.

Teaching about the Core Democratic Values
Ideas and resources on the CDV's.

Letter Writing
Whenever we have a guest in our classroom we have the students write a thank you letter to the guest. We do this in the form of a friendly letter, business letter, or a thank you note. We require the students to do a final copy in ink. Directions for a friendly letter. Also look at our guide to business letters.

The Underground RR
Lesson ideas and resources for elementary students.

Using the Internet
Whale Watching on the Great Lakes?

WebQuests

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A WebQuest for 8th Grade Marketing and Desktop Publishing
Designed by
Christine Clark
Titan Trekkers
By Chris Clark
Titan Trekkers was created as a culminating activity in a course on Desktop Publishing and combines several elements which can be used as an assessment of the student's ability to do research and create "publications".

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