3 Social Studies Lesson Plans from Monica Burns

Hey Elementary and Middle School teachers, are you looking for new ways to connect your students with meaningful ideas? Adobe Spark is the perfect engagement tool!

Monica Burns from classtechtips.com has created a series of lessons with us at Adobe For Education to help make it easier!

Try these strategies:

1. International Interviews

Download the lesson here: https://edex.adobe.com/resource/wGF6gEYib

2. A Historical Figure by The Numbers

Download the lesson here: https://edex.adobe.com/resource/5ILLGVowu

3. A Reflection on the Bill of Rights

Download the lesson here: https://edex.adobe.com/resource/sRdFCzJbt

But Wait! There is More…

The attached resources for this are ready for students to use, including step-by-step guides and all the resources they need to get started. There are over 350 of these lessons on the Adobe education exchange.

If you need help to deploy Adobe Spark in your classroom, check out the Adobe Spark for Education website for options on how to get your student accounts set up.

If you need a tutorial on how to use Adobe Spark in the classroom, here are three short tutorials that will get you up and running in no time.

Good luck with the projects and please share your work with our Adobe Creative Educator community on social media using the hashtag #AdobeEduCreative so we can give you a digital round of applause and learn from you!

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