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21st Century 6th-Grade Learners

This list covers lesson plans for 6th graders that are focused on 21st Century content.

Tabletop Twitter - Conversations in Literacy


This lesson is a great way for students to interact with each other in writing.  All students get to participate at the same time and it gives them a chance to voice their thoughts to each other.  On top of that, it is a quiet activity and who couldn’t use a quiet activity that gets everyone participating? 

Million Dollar Project

Problem Solving

This project is developed to help you plan for your future and develop the math skills that you have acquired and put them in a real-life situation by spending money within a budget!

There's a Monster in My E-Mail!

Collaboration and Teamwork

In this lesson students participate in a collaborative e-mail project. They will create a monster and email them along with their descriptions to other team members.

Information Literacy | InCtrl

Digital Literacy

InCtrl is a series of free standards-based lessons that teach key digital citizenship concepts. These lessons, for students in grades 4-8, are designed to engage students through inquiry-based activities, and collaborative and creative opportunities.

Ethics/Copyright | InCtrl

Social Responsibility and Ethics

This lesson will give your students the tools to navigate this often-complicated world of digital media, and mass information by exploring the rights they have as content creators, how to protect their own work, and how to respect the work of others.

In My Other Life

Global and Cultural Awareness

In this lesson plan students will find out what it might feel like to grow up in an Asian, African, or Latin American country.

Active Imagination Lesson Plan

Creativity and Imagination

In this lesson students learn how they can use their active imagination to solve problems, create, and have a positive impact on the world around them.

Developing Students' Critical Thinking Skills Through Whole-Class Dialogue

Critical Thinking

"That's my position and I'm sticking to it!" After reading about the Korean War, students will take a position in response to an open-ended question, support their position, and evaluate that support.