Extractions: Special Education ... Language DEBATE The following is a selection of our top rated DEBATE lesson sites. New sites are added each month. Please feel free to recommend a site by submitting your choice to our FEEDBACK page Top Rated Debate Lessons Ask Eric Debate Lesson s Debating the Future ... GUIDE TO DEBATING RESOURCES Know Another Great Site - Please Suggest a link What's New! INFORMATION How to Advertise
DEBATE LESSON PLANS debate lesson plans. This debate format is a synthesis of many styles. For our school, Clinton, I wanted a format that stressed listening http://www.pps.k12.or.us/schools-c/pages/clinton/debateintro.html
Extractions: This page last modified on 2-6-98 Top of Page Clinton School Staff Contributions Portland Public Schools 97227-1804 USA +1 (503) 916-2000 revised November 18, 1998 For techinical or general comments on this page, contact the PPS Web Team. For other questions or comments, contact Jim Clark or Clinton School
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Extractions: MORE RESOURCES FOR CLASSROOM DEBATES Back to Debate Lesson Plan Below you will find links that will take you to the best resources on the Web for Debate Rules Debate Rubrics for Student Assessment Use one of these rubrics to assess student performance, or adapt the rubrics to create one that meets your needs:
Extractions: It's Up for Debate! Debates are a staple of middle and high school social studies classes. But have you ever thought about using debates at the lower grades or in math class? Education World offers five debate strategies and extra lessons for students of all ages. Included: Debate fairy tale ethics, use four corner and inner/outer circle strategies, more! All you need to have a great classroom debate is an interesting topic such as the ones above to engage students ... Well, perhaps that point could be debated but theres no debating the fact that this weeks Lesson Planning article provides all the resources you need for great classroom debates. Aside from high-interest debate topics, this Education World resource provides sample debate formats, a few rules for kids to remember, a bunch of fun strategies, and a handful of great lesson ideas!
VLRC Lesson Plans Links Ask ERIC debate lesson plans http//askeric.org/cgibin/lessons.cgi/Language_Arts/Debate. Provides lesson plans dealing with Debate Exercise. http://www.virtuallrc.com/vlrclessonplanslinks.html
Extractions: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/lessons/index.html Provides lesson plans dealing with Reconstruction, local history, Civil War, Industrial America, Progressive Era, Great Depression, World War II, Child Labor, Conservation, customs, Jim Crow, George Washington, Immigration, Primary Sources, Oral History, racism, Mathew Brady, New Deal, Japanese Americans internment, To Kill a Mockingbird, transportation, Mark Twaim, Dust Bowl, Civil War photographs, leisure, women's rights. Ancient Adventures
Language Arts Lesson Plans And Resources This page contains links to lesson plans and resources for teaching reading writing, journalism, communication, debate, and drama. Resources and lesson plans for children's and http://www.cloudnet.com/~edrbsass/edeng.htm
Extractions: Language Arts Lesson Plans and Resources This page contains links to lesson plans and resources for teaching reading, spelling, writing, journalism, communication, debate, and drama. Resources and lesson plans for children's and adolescent literature have been relocated to separate sites, but are still accessible from the site index. Click on one of the topics below to locate the information you need. All links on this page were checked and updated 11-21-03.
Lesson Plans Using Debates University of New Orleans, College of Education School Partnership lesson plans. 15.Champion Middle School Partnership lesson plans. 16.Candidates debate. 17.MNPOLITICS 21. ASk Eric debate http://ss.uno.edu/SS/TeachDevel/TeachMethods/DebateMethods.html
Extractions: .... part of The Social Studies Web Teacher Explorer Center at the UNO Debate Approach A. Guidelines for Conducting a Debate Discussion often calls for the cooperative thinking of members of a group in search of a solution or approach to a specific situation. Debate, o n the other hand, begins with the assumption that the debaters have already found a solution or approach to a specific situation and their intention is to persuade others that their solution or approach is the proper one. The method of debate can be an effective device for encouraging participants to clearly and logically form arguments based upon evidence to support their positions and to develop a sense of efficacy in their ability to change policy or sway public opinion. A specific example of a way in which debate might be a useful tool I as a follow-up to a policy-making exercise. Participants in the minority who have not agreed with the policy established might use the debate as an effective means of trying to effect a change in public opinion which might in turn lead to a change in policy. How to Proceed (The form of debate described here is widely used but rather formalized. For your purposes, you may wish to make the procedures less formal or use some other form of debate.)
Social Studies Lesson Plans Social Studies lesson plans. Social STUDIES Elementary (K-5) family history sst36.txt mini lesson-political candidate debate (3-8) sst37.txt mini lesson-critical thinking skills http://www.col-ed.org/cur/social.html
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Classroom Lincoln-Douglas Debate (Lesson Plan) handout outlining the procedures of a LincolnDouglas debate; References about Gore and George Bush http//www.teachervision.com/lesson-plans/lesson-2467.html. http://teachervision.com/lesson-plans/lesson-2544.html
Classroom Lincoln-Douglas Debate (Lesson Plan) Hold a LincolnDouglas style debate and learn about major political issues. Students will understand the Lincoln-Douglas style of debate. Join now and see this page and many more Thousands of http://www.teachervision.com/lesson-plans/lesson-2544.html
Extractions: Teacher Home ... Help Lincoln-Douglas Style Debate Procedure A. This style of debate has two sides. The side which favors the proposition is called the Affirmative position , and the side that opposes the proposition is called the Negative position . This style is very reliant on time and good decorum. Join now and see this page and many more on Elections, and Government.
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Extractions: This page is no longer updated ! The site of Sports Media has been reshaped - new structure and navigation. Please surf to http://www.sports-media.org and choose topic " Database: PE Links " PE List Servs Forums Survey: Developing teaching skills in physical education Open the Debate - Replies survey ! Chat Room Index A B C D ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z A B C D ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z A Adapted Physical Education ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION ADVOCACY PAGE (By Leonard Kalakian, PhD Professor Department of Human Performance) Adapted Physical Education and Recreation Opportunities Links Adaptive Aerobics . Getting started - Advanced Topics. The Bill Lounsbury Adaptive Ski Program Aerobics at www.turnstep.com .Basic step aerobics moves/Adaptive aerobics/Relevant Newsgroups and their FAQS/Library of aerobics patterns. Aerobics Patterns. The latest 50 patterns at www.turnstep.com Aquatic patterns : currently 212 Aquatic patterns. Ten Basic Steps in Archery Athletics Shot Put/ Javelin Throw/ High Jump/ Hurdles/ Triple Jump/ Discus/ Sprints/ Hammer Throw. Athletic Animations: sprint/hurdles/relay race/shotput/javelin/discus (animated sport-gifs).
Mr Donn's Ancient History Page Awesome Library Star Rating. lesson plans Activities debates on Censorship (23 days) Qin (Ch'in) Dynasty, debate set in modern times. lesson Plan, Ancient China http://members.aol.com/donnandlee
Extractions: Online Lessons Brown v. Board of Education: 50th Anniversary On May 17, 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education ruled that the Constitution forbids laws segregating public schools by race. This historic decision opened the doors of opportunity for many Americans. Constitutional Rights Foundation presents a series of online lessons marking the 50th anniversary of the Brown decision. 2004 National Teach-In Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF) and Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago (CRFC) will sponsor a national teach-in for 100 classes of high school students in coordination with National Youth Service Day, April 16-18, 2004. The teach-in lessons will focus on curricular units devoted to core American issues: security, liberty, justice, and equality. The registration deadline is February 20, 2004. America Responds to Terrorism War in Iraq , and Reflecting on September 11 Resources designed to help teachers and students understand the tragedy of September 11 and the events unfolding in America, Iraq, the Middle East, and around the world. These lessons, teacher tips, and web resources will be continually updated to address the rapidly changing national and international response to terrorism. Foundations of Our Constitution Readings, activities, and the complete texts of documents that serve as the foundation for American democracy.
World History Lesson Plans Mr Donn's World History lesson plans Units. Persian Gulf War / Propaganda Techniques It's up for debate Japanese Interment. lesson Plan Japanese Interment http://members.aol.com/MrDonnHistory/World.html
Extractions: Persian Gulf War / Propaganda Techniques Can YOU find the secret messages hidden in propaganda? It's not as easy as you might think. What is propaganda anyway? Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Colonial Mexico Learning Module. The Pre-Independence Mexican Indian Uprisings; Did they help or hinder Mexico's drive to independence from Spain? (Rise of Democratic Ideas; 19th Century World History) Includes links to lesson plans about Mexico The Atom Bomb Assignment and Handout
Extractions: 1. Read Carrying Concealed Weapons as if it were written by someone you really respected. 2. Everyone in the conversation group should participate in the conversation. 3. Listen carefully to what others are saying. 4. Ask clarifying questions if you do not understand a point raised. 5. Be respectful of what others are saying. 6. Refer to the text to support your ideas. 7. Focus on ideas, not personalities. Read through the entire selection without stopping to think about any particular section. Pay attention to your first impression as to what the reading is about. Look for the main points, and then go back and re-read it. Briefly answer the following questions. 1.This selection is about 2.The main points are: a) b) c) 3. In the reading, I agree with 4. I disagree with 5. What are two questions about this reading that you think need to be discussed? (The best questions for discussion are ones that have no simple answer, ones that can use materials in the text as evidence.) The next two questions should be answered after you hold your civil conversation.
Education World ® Lesson Planning Center Five "Eggstraordinary" lesson plans Just Add the Eggs! Its Up for debate! debates are a staple of middle and high school social studies classes http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson