EducA+ion Enrichment Center
Tall Ship Theme (Teacher resources)
Use geography, history, and math to plan a ships course from Europe to Victoria during the 17th century, as well as social studies for research on countries the ship stops at. Students will become swashbuckling sailors exploring the world!
School subjects covered:
- Physical Education (Gym)
Each project theme lays out steps that the students are able to follow in their own style.
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|Tall Ship Theme”In this program you will learn at your own pace and will be encouraged to work with others. The subjects you could be working on include: History, Geography, Math, English, Art, Public Speaking, Food, Physics, Drama, Problem Solving and Computer Science.”|
|Note Book for Tall Ship Theme”How can you find what you’re looking for if you don’t know what you’re looking for? In the Ship Building Program there are many areas of research. You can have your own unique subjects, however, here are some ideas so you can brainstorm.”|
|How to Be a Leader”To achieve greatness you need more than just yourself! Think of it. If you have a great idea and I have a great idea but we do not share them, how many ideas do you have? Just one. However, if we share our ideas then the minimum amount of ideas that come from this is two.”|
|Have Hefty Goals”Make your Team the best. To swim across the Pacific you need a team! To swim across Beaver Lake, you can do it alone. Your Hefty Goals should continue to make the team grow.”|
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|Alien Theme (Teacher resources)|
An alien comes down to grab six students to study the Fertile Crescent, ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. It has come to study how cities are built and the origins of politics.
|Student Project Themes|
These resources will give you new ideas and concepts on how to present your knowledge – you will be able to express yourself, showing your strengths, use your imagination, creativity, show how good you can be — not how bad you did.