Lesson of the Week Recap

Catch a recap of all the amazing lessons YOU, our users, are creating!

Each week we select a stand out, top notch, lesson from SoftChalk Share and feature it across our social media platforms. SoftChalk Share is an Open Education Resource (OER), learning object repository with thousands of free learning materials (used in blended learning environments, online learning environments, flipped classrooms and more…) created by educators just like the ones listed below.

These lessons are interactive, engaging and cover a wide variety of subjects. Through these, you can see the endless possibilities SoftChalk has to offer and learn something new in the process. 

BONUS:  Because these lessons are shared under Creative Commons licensing,  you can copy them into your own SoftChalk Cloud account and use as is, or repurpose as needed! 

Simply click the title of the lesson or picture to view it in its entirety. If you like it, share it!



Amy Ferguson
Richland College
This lesson explains what the MLA format is, why it’s important and the various ways to cite sources in your essays.



Chapter 6—Adolescence
Jennifer Owens
University of Louisville
This lesson outlines the three stages and ages of the transition to adulthood. It includes the biological aspects,psychological aspects and social aspects as well as possible challenges adolescents will face along the way.


Juliana Ortilani
Western Kentucky University
The history of storyboarding, how it can help with your online courses and save you time are some of the objectives of this lesson. It also discusses how to create measurable, student-centered objectives.



Taylor Turner
Athens State University
This Kindergarten lesson teaches students about the five vowels and their sounds. It includes many activities and videos to aid in helping students learn how to write and pronounce these vowels.

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