11-13 yrs old
14-18 yrs old
18+ yrs old
Government, Politics & Civics
Reading and Writing
Students will use knowledge of biology and political science to better shape their interpretation of The Time Machine.
September 12, 2017
Rising CO2 Leading to Changes in Land Plant Photosynthesis
Is Globalization Creating A Single World Culture?
Social Science article
Coffee, Bees and Climate Change Are Linked In Ways You May Not Have Expected
The Time Machine Walkthrough
A video walkthrough of the MEE world.
The Time Machine
Minecraft: Education Edition World
In the novel The Time Machine, HG Wells presents his vision of the future. This vision is specific but open so students have the opportunity to both critique and complete this vision. Through cross-curricular studies students can utilize their knowledge of biology and political science to influence their critique and completion of HG Wells’ vision of the year 802,701.
The ability for students to create the world of a literary text is powerful. The ability for them to incorporate multiple disciplines in this process can be transformational. Students will see just how interconnected various disciplines truly can be. This will also give students experience critiquing a text based on research from multiple sources.
Dynamic Ecosystems Project
Mastering ecosystems concepts, ideas, principles
Moon Craft 2.0 Lunar Learning
Students learn about the Moon & NASA's LOP-G
Differentiate the types of volcanism.