Lesson Plans

Available are descriptions of lesson plans created by schools, educators, museums, state and federal parks, and other educational organizations.

South Carolina consists of urban, suburban, and rural communities. Students will utilize maps to label and describe the different land use classifications. 

At the end of this activity, the student will be able to: - describe conflicts between the Native Americans and Europeans over unfair trade practices.

In this activity, students collect litter, add mulch around existing shrubs, and plant flowers in a designated area at a local nursing home.

In this activity, students will assess the amount of garbage that is generated by their school in a typical week.

This lesson is designed to give students a better understanding of life in Charleston during the Civil War.

ETV partnered with the Celebrate Freedom Foundation to provide coverage of the Tuskegee 60th reunion events in Camden, South Carolina. Watch captured clips from this historic event for Knowitall.org.

In this lesson, students will evaluate and critique authors' perspectives. Students will read two first-person narratives and analyze how each text is influenced by its author's cultural background.

In this lesson, students collect and classify macro invertebrates from a nearby water source and calculate the biotic index value.

This activity specifically examines the potential environmental effects and legal consequences of improperly disposing of used motor oil and the environmental and economic benefits of recycling the used oil.

Students apply their understanding of density to determine differences in four unknown salt solutions, using critical thinking skills, testing and observations.