Each group will research the life right before, during, and after World War II of Simon Wiesenthal and write a short summary of what he went through as well as what he accomplished. Also, each groups opinion about the hunting of Nazi war criminals should be included.
Also, each group will choose a Nazi war criminal that Simon brought to justice, and research their actions during the holocaust that led to their charges. Also, each group should have solid information about where their designated criminal was from, their age, or any other interesting facts that the group may discover. These summaries of each criminal should be displayed with a PowerPoint, along with a photograph or picture that is associated with that criminal.
The WebQuest that my group and I created for my EDM 300 class was called "Make Your Money Count." This lesson was designed to show 11th grade students how to budget their own expenses when they graduate from highschool. We created this lesson plan to be incorperated into any math course that deals with this topic. It could also be taught in a family and consumer science class. This lesson was designed for to be administered in a group of two to three members. In this group each person was responsible for keeping track of their own budget using a microsoft excell spread sheet that we created. It was designed for the group to be put in a hypothetical situation where they had to find a place to live, a job and a source of transportation with out exceeding their income.
You and two of your high school friends are considering moving into your own living space after graduation. In order to do this you must know how much income you have and what your expenses will be. You will have to consider many things including where you will be living (renting a room/apartment/house), who you will be living with (alone or with roommate(s), and how you will get to work (purchasing a new/used car or another alternative). As the responsible young adults you are, each of you will create a budget based on your personal income to help you make sound decisions and manage your financial responsibilities associated with living on your own. In addition you and your friends will research various options for employment, housing, and transportation in order to make a final decision regarding living arrangements after graduation. You must live within your means.