LEARNING BLOCK TEMPLATE – COPY

TITLE GOES HERE In “Heading 1” format

{{ Below is the standard wording for the intro and also for a trigger warning if needed… PLEASE TWEAK to fit your block… you may or may not include all of it… but try to use standardized wording for what you do include … delete this part of the text altogether}}}

There are two videos to choose from to learn about …

The first one is better for younger kids, the second one will appeal to older kids. Feel free to watch one, or both!

Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page to test your understanding by taking the quiz!

High school students or any student who wants to dig deeper, continue your study with one of the advanced learning projects located at the end of this learning block!

{{{TRIGGGER WARNING…. don’t call it that… but here is the standardized format to tweak for your topic…}}}

WARNING: Sometimes learning about (TOPIC) is hard. This block might not be appropriate for everyone. If you are (young, sensitive, easily affected by violence… tweak this) then you should check with your grown ups before going any further.

Some of the content includes … (violence, reference to suicide, self harm, emotionally difficult material… tweak this)  

Title for additional Videos in “Heading 2” format

Title for additional Videos in “Heading 2” format

Sometimes you’ll want to include a small description or explanation to go with a video, do that with a regular text box. Feel free to include as many deeper dive videos as is appropriate. We usually have at least two, sometimes 5 or more. You decide based on the topic. 

Please note that where there are invisible divider blocks between videos we select the “do not show” toggle so that it is a BLANK space and does not include a line. 

Now choose an Activity

Activity title in “heading 2”

Activity description. Include any necessary links or materials lists in bullet point format. Please use the bullet point fromat in this editor

  • Like
  • This
  • Please

– Not

– Like

– This

 

You may include a video above this description to illustrate the video, or an image as is appropriate. See a sample block for example.

Activity title in “heading 2”

Activity description. Include any necessary links or materials lists in bullet point format. Please use the bullet point fromat in this editor

  • Like
  • This
  • Please

– Not

– Like

– This

 

You may include a video above this description to illustrate the video, or an image as is appropriate. See a sample block for example.

Include at least two activities. If there are more, be sure to duplicate the line and below the title of each activity for visual separation.

Project Title in “Heading 2”

A project is a an activity that is going to take more time than the shorter activities above. Often a project will span several days and include a deeper dive into the topic. You might include a video at the top for reference, a description in this space, and then several more videos interspersed with descriptive or instructive text. See one of our existing blocks as an example of what this can look like.

Books About INSERT TOPIC in “Heading 2”

Click on a book to buy it from Amazon. Or, you can ask for them at your local library.

 

{{{Make sure the book images you replace below are formatted properly using the 500×600 Canva template that was shared with you. Never put more than two books per row so that they show up big enough. Make sure that at least one of the books you choose for younger children can be included as a read aloud below. You may use as many books as you like… be sure to use the Amazon affiliate link in the “links” section of the settings for the book images.}}}

NAME OF BOOK Read Aloud in “Heading 2”

It’s okay to include more than one read aloud 

Advanced Project

Choose at least one.

Project Title in “Heading 2”

Describe your project options here and the overall goals. You may copy and paste up to three project options from our high school projects list and tweak them to fit your topic, or you may create projects that are unique. It’s up to you.

You might also prefer to use the “accordion” format to create dropdowns for each project.

 Remember to encourage students to upload the results to their portfolios.

NOw Let’s Have some fun!