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Scotland In The Class

In everything we create, we believe students should have the opportunity to engage in meaningful heritage learning.  Making cultural connections that provide meaning and context to standards based concepts. 

THE KIDS TODAY WILL SHAPE THE FUTURE OF TOMRROW

THE BENEFITS OF CULTURE

Social emotional learning is embedded in all Scotland In The Class Lessons as we celebrate diversity.

Language Arts

Did you know the author of Harry Potter is from Scotland? (I'm guessing you do!) However, the author of Peter Pan is also from Scotland! Scottish legends are also magical and meaningful! Explore them with us!

Music & Art

The music and art lessons integrate the history of this magical culture. Learn about the Highland bagpipes, traditional musical forms, the scotch snap, the pictish art and castles through this engaging lessons!

Physical Education

Scotland is not only the home of Golf, it is also famous for the Highland Athletic field events such as the Cabor Toss and Tug of War! Various styles of dance also represent the social and historical Scottish culture.

Standards Based

Teachers can access all these standards based lesson plans for free!

Testimonials

What Teachers Are Saying...

"The Lesson's were very organized, comprehensive and engaging for the students. THANK YOU SO MUCH!"

Kelly Meyer

"All information was presented in an easy to follow way. A great way to teach diversity through the universal language of music.”


Music Teacher
Mandy Bailey

"I am finishing this unit with my fifth graders. It has been a fascinating and superbly fun unit . I never knew anything about waulking before, but this has taught me so much! Through this unit the kids get some great cultural exposure, interesting foreign language, a deeper way to think about work and community, creatIve lyric writing, working together on a task, and an appreciation for what has come before. I love that there are so many extensions all included, from videos to teaching audio, to Maps and flags, to additional language lessons. It inspired the kids to go beyond the unit and investigate their own heritage, ethnic clothing, and playful solo singing. My principal happened to sit in on one of the lessons and was absolutely fascinated! She loved it !”

Episcopal Collegiate School, Arkansas
Karen Clark

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