Raleigh Virtual Classroom Resources for Teachers

Teachers, are you looking for online content to support virtual learning?  Several City departments that work with schools have taken their offerings online. On this page you will find links to videos and lesson plans on a variety of topics for various grade levels.

We hope you find Raleigh Virtual Classroom Resources for Teachers a valuable addition. 

Check back soon - videos and lesson plans will be added as they are completed.

Videos

Go on a virtual field trip with one of our videos below. 

Recycling Plant - Virtual Tour

Have you ever wondered what happens to recyclable materials once crews collect them from your recycling bin or cart? Where do they go? What materials are acceptable to place in your recycling bin? Join us for a virtual tour of a recycling plant to see the journey and learn what can and cannot go in the recycling bin. 

Enviroscape demo: Learn about Water Pollution

This hand-on activity shows you where water flows when it rains. Plus, the types of pollution water picks up along the way and how that impacts streams and rivers

The History of the Red Cross in Raleigh

This video explains historical events that influenced the creation of the Red Cross in Raleigh and its effect on Raleigh over time. 3rd, 4th, and 8th Grade Levels

Your Drinking Water - From the Source to Your Tap

Learn more about your drinking water, from where it comes from, how it's treated and how it's delivered to your home.

Worksheets:

Teachers: Share this link with your students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly6PfOvJupA 
Then provide your students with the worksheet for their grade level.

Elementary School worksheet – focuses on North Carolina Essential Standard 3.E.2 and 5.P.2
Middle School worksheet – focuses on North Carolina Essential Standard 8.E.1
High School worksheet – focuses on North Carolina Essential Standard EEn.2.1.3, EEn.2.3 and EEn.2.4

Answer Keys: For Teachers and Parents only!

Elementary School answer key
Middle School answer key
High School answer key

 

Contact

 

Stephanie Caplan
Communications

Lead Department:
Water

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