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Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: Common Core Nonfiction Unit
42 page unit plan — “As our case is new, we must think and act anew.” These famous words from Abraham Lincoln are guideposts for teachers who are seeking ways to adopt Common Core State Standards in their classrooms. Common Core is going to redefine education for the 21st century, and as educators w
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Letter from Birmingham Jail Background Knowledge Infographic
In this focusing activity for Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail, students will experiment with a fun and effective technological tool for conveying complex information: the infographic. Because of the infographic’s visual appeal, students have a better chance of learning and reta
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DATA NOTEBOOK BUNDLE! 5th Grade, All Subjects, Entire Year, Common Core Aligned!
This package is perfect for any 5th grade classroom wanting to implement Data Notebooks into their classroom. This is an ALL INCLUSIVE BUNDLE over 330 pages of printables! This notebook encourages independence and development of individual ideas and goals through leadership. The data notebook inc
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Colonial Region Research and Commercial Project- 4th, 5th, 6th
Overview: Students will work in a small group and research one of the 3 colonial regions (New England colonies, Middle colonies, and Southern colonies) and create a commercial persuading Europeans to move to their colonial region. This project includes research and persuasion skill
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Franklin D. Roosevelt's Four Freedoms Speech:A Common Core Nonfiction Unit
79 page unit plan — Roosevelt’s address to Congress, otherwise known as the “Four Freedoms Speech,” is one of the defining speeches of our nation. In it he realized that America’s geographical isolationism was no longer possible. Nor was it smart. To wait until the rest of the world’s democracies ha
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Fighting For A Cause Pausing Point
This PowerPoint is intended for use as a review of historical figures covered in the Engage NY unit, Fighting For A Cause. It can also be used as an introduction. Historical figures covered: Jackie Robinson Eleanor Roosevelt Mary McLeod Bethune Susan B. Anthony It is not a timed PowerPoint. You
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Gettysburg Address Memory Activities
Help your students memorize the Gettysburg Address with these activities: Study Cards (19 cards) Parent Info Sheet Recitation Assessment Record Sheet Oral Presentation Rubric 2 Fill in Practice Sheets with Answer Keys Word Search with Answer Key Wordle Word Bank Close Read using the Icons of Depth
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Border States in the Civil War
ACCESS FREE FULL LESSON HERE Includes: -full lesson plan -public radio audio -vocabulary -listening comprehension questions -listening guide -worksheets/activites Students will know and be able to: -analyze
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Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail: A Common Core Nonfiction Unit
71 page unit plan — We are proud to release our unit on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” to recognize the fifty year anniversary of his struggles for basic human rights in Birmingham, Alabama. His movement’s peaceful demonstrations, the suffering they endured at the hands of
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George Washington’s Farewell Address: Common Core Nonfiction Unit
61 page unit plan — Our unit on George Washington’s Farewell Address is designed for both English Language Arts and history teachers. It is a self-contained unit appropriate for comprehensive, charter, and home school instruction. Each lesson covers a variety of ELA Common Core Standards for grades
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Letter from Birmingham Jail Nonviolent Protest Activity
What better way to really understand Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision than for students to “walk in his shoes” and create their own protest demonstration on an issue they feel passionate about. After studying Martin Luther King, Jr.’s views about nonviolent protest in his “Letter from Birmingham Ja
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Mex-American War: Flipped & Differentiated
The lesson is intended for middle school social studies, but the model of running a flipped, differentiated lesson should prove useful in far more content areas and grade levels. The flipped aspect of the lesson involves students preparing for an in-class project by frontloading their instruction at
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Roosevelt's Four Freedoms Speech: World War II Armaments Presentation
The purpose of Roosevelt’s Annual Address to Congress (the “Four Freedoms Speech”) is to appropriate more money for defense spending. He states that America’s “immediate need is a swift and driving increase in our armament production.” He mentions airplanes and warships, but during World War II, Ame
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13 Colonies Project
I use this in my classroom as a project to teach the colonies. We used i movie to create a movie, but you can also use powerpoint, prezi, or any other technology you use in your classroom. Students need to answer the questions in way that is interesting to the person they are “selling” their colony
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Presidential 45 in 15 Challenge
Presidents' Day fun. Short lesson challenging students to find presidential firsts, match dates to find the person who was president when history happened, and use logic skills to narrow answers down to the correct choice when the information might not match perfectly. This is a way to quickly revie
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Presidential 45 in 15 Challenge
This is the same product, but in Word format to allow you to edit the items and time for students. Presidents' Day fun. Short lesson challenging students to find presidential firsts, match dates to find the person who was president when history happened, and use logic skills to narrow answers down t
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Hard Knock Life Song Comparison
In this lesson, I took my class through the evolution of music between Annie's "Hard Knock Life" and how it has morphed into Jay-Z's "Hard Knock Life" rap song. It is a lesson that was well received by students in American Literature and even AP American Lit or Contemporary U.S. History The assign
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