Lesson Plans

You can introduce or augment technology skills with these lesson plans. They’re ready to use as they are or you can customize them to fit your specific teaching and learning goals.

Lesson plans: Science

Science Ages 14 to 18 3 to 4 45-minute class periods

Charting the effects of earthquakes on buildings

Microsoft lesson plan on earthquakes. Student activity using Office Excel 2007.

History Science Ages 5 to 10 3-4 45 minute class periods

Compare the topography of Earth and Mars with Microsoft Worldwide Telescope

Microsoft lesson plan on science. Use your PC as a telescope. Teacher tips for engaging your students.

Science Ages 11 to 13 4 to 5 45-minute class periods

Create a timeline of famous scientific experiments

Microsoft lesson plan on science and history. Teacher tips included.

History Language arts Science Ages 11 to 18 2 to 3 45-minute class periods

Discover the Science of Archaeology

Microsoft lesson plan on science and archeology. Send your students on a discovery.

Science Ages 11 to 13 4 to 5 45-minute class periods

Explore the Stars with Worldwide Telescope

Microsoft lesson plan on science and solar system. Turn your PC into a virtual telescope. Engaging teacher tips for student activities.

Geography History Language arts Science Ages 14 to 18 5+ 45-minute class periods

Giants of the Century

Microsoft lesson plan on important influencers of 20th century. Engage your students. Teacher tips included.

Science Ages 11 to 13 2 to 3 45-minute class periods

How frequent seismic activity affects societies

Microsoft lesson plan on geology. Engage your students.

Mathematics Science Ages 11 to 18 3 to 4 45-minute class periods

Investigating annual daylight patterns

Microsoft lesson plan on science, space, weather and math. Engage your students using Excel 2007.

Mathematics Science Ages 11 to 13 2 to 3 45-minute class periods

Work as a meteorologist for a day

Microsoft lesson plan on weather using Office PowerPoint. Engaging student activity.