2022 Annual Report
January 1 - December 31, 2022
All lessons on Knowitall.org have been created and vetted to address the South Carolina State Department of Education's academic standards and include cross-curricular activities, lesson progressions, assessments, and all the media and content links needed to teach the standards down to their indicators. Educators, we encourage you to submit your lesson plan.
Here are the top 10 lesson plans this month.
This Social Studies lesson asks the essential question, "How can we explain Louis XIV’s policies in ruling France as an absolute monarchy and characterize the style of his court?"
Educators can invite their students to create and eat foods made from healthy Gullah ingredients that give a real “taste” of the culture. This lesson goes along great with our Gullah Net series.
You will notice the next three lessons also address Gullah!
This lesson divulges on how the Great Depression of the 1920's and 1930's affected the economic and social lives of rural families in South Carolina.
The goal of this multiple day lesson is to create an electronic storybook to teach younger students about Gullah.
In this lesson, students can read maps, use charts, and go to various sites to discover facts about the Gullah culture.
With this lesson, students can design and play unique, student-made versions of traditional Gullah musical instruments.
Students can learn how things hide in nature, and apply those techniques to create their own Hidden Picture illustrations.
This two week English Language Arts unit uncovers the craft of writing with author Mo Willems. The first week is about Mo Willems's pigeon books and the second week includes his Knuffle Bunny, Piggie and Elephant books.
Students will learn about how animals use behavior to respond to environmental stimuli that allow them to survive and reproduce.
This lesson will help students understand the conflict between the American colonists and England, as they learn about the anger of the colonists over new British laws - The Sugar Act, The Stamp Act, The Tea Act, and The Intolerable Acts.