ELA Elementary Lessons

ELA Elementary Lessons

Throughout this lesson, students will read and discuss several aspects of Haudenosaunee tribal leadership and how they function. Students will draw comparisons between the processes of Haudenosaunee leadership and the laws and frameworks of the United States government as outlined in the Constitution.

Throughout this lesson, students will have the opportunity to learn about and experience the role that simple machines play in their daily lives. Students will examine various simple machines and what makes them go, and then participate in a school scavenger hunt to identify as many simple machines as they can.

Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books have been immensely popular in the decades since the writer’s death. Using the NYS Historical Association’s history newsletter, “The Story of Almanzo Wilder: Farmer Boy, Part...

Throughout New York State's past, individual visitors and the state government have promoted the natural beauty, history, cultural attractions, and recreational activities that the state has to offer. Explore New York State through photographs, documents and...

This curriculum was created in accordance with a continuing effort to incorporate local government archives into social studies instruction in New York City public high schools. As the new State learning standards call for examination of massive immigration and how it leads to new social patterns and conflicts, the study of birth and...

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