This set of 8 readings plus 8 pages of questions summarizes the rise of Nationalism as a powerful 19th century force (it also includes lesson suggestions). The set examines Nationalism, and the effects of the force on Germany, Russia, Italy, The Ottoman Empire, Austria-Hungary and China. They are designed for middle school or high school students. The readings are visually appealing and broken into chunks. They can be used for classwork, homework, research or as a platform for projects. Questions are content based and designed to target essential content acquisition.
Useful materials working with my special education students
April 15, 2013
Great materials as always!
April 2, 2013
April 2, 2013
This is an excellent way to provide students with an easy to read overview of nationalism in many different contexts.
March 3, 2013
Love your products. I've bought quite a few of them and they never disappoint.
February 15, 2013
The resources from Lady Lion have transformed my class!! Excellent, accurate and easy for the students to work with!! I have bought most of her items and will continue to purchase from her until the end of the year..as her materials cover my entire curriculum..would love to meet her, see how she runs hers class..maybe some staff development!!!
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I love your summaries and questions, they have been very helpful in my classroom. I have one suggestion/favor, the hyphenation in the readings are difficult for my students. If there is ever a chance you create them without using the hyphen I think I would probably buy more.
Hyphenation? I'm not sure I understand... Do you mean the way that words are sometimes divided at the edge of the text box? That is not really something I control, as words are automatically divided in the box for "best fit".
I am reluctant to override the automatic hyphenation because it would cut down on the amount of text I can put in a box. Already I am challenged trying to simplify complex historical concepts to four simple textboxes. I just don't know that I can cut them down further.
I'm sorry. Thank you for your previous purchases, and if you feel the hyphens are too annoying to purchase additional materials from me, then I understand!