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Why do we study history anyway? This back to school activity is a must have for any history or social studies class! Start the first day of school (or the first lesson of any history class) with “WHY” because students always want to know why? Why am I learning about history? Why do we have to study this stuff anyway? When am I ever going to use this in life? Isn’t history about a "bunch of old dead people" and things that have already happened? **Major necessary upgrades have been made to ma
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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Save time and energy with this print and digital FORENSIC SCIENCE CURRICULUM bundle! It includes all of the lessons, notes, labs, activities, mock crime scenes, case studies, practices, worksheets, projects, quizzes, review games and exams you need to teach an entire year of FORENSICS. Need a digital option? No problem!I have included both a print and digital version of the curriculum, making it perfect for:✅distance learning✅flipped classrooms✅online courses✅homeschool co-horts✅traditional clas
CNN 10 (CNN Student News) is the perfect avenue for students to stay informed on current events. This PDF and GOOGLE DRIVE set of graphic organizer worksheets are an excellent way to analyze and summarize the current events of the day using CNN10. These various templates will help students of all ages stay engaged while watching CNN 10. A simple writing format helps students recognize, summarize, and write opinions about the major headlines of the day. I find this resource to be extremely prac
Make civics practical and exciting for students using this Social Studies simulation that allows students to experience the Legislative Branch! Students will participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process. All voices are heard as students become members of Congress, participate in committees, debate on the floor, and watch their President sign the bills that survive the entire process. Not only do students love
This Current Events Summary is an excellent tool for students to get involved with the news and the current events of the week. A simple writing format helps students find, summarize, and write opinions about current news stories and events. I find this activity to be a practical filler for various social studies courses.Included:Teacher directions with ideas for implementation and useSimple student directions: Find, Highlight, Summarize, Importance, OpinionGuided Student writing templates (2
Make persuaders out of your students with several activities that analyze famous World War II posters, then culminate their learning with a propaganda poster of their own to promote a positive behavior to address a current school problem.This resource comes as a printable PDF and digital for Google Slides!This plug-and-play PBL activity kit teaches, reinforces, and assesses your students on common propaganda devices, then has them analyze several posters, writing in-depth about one with scaffold
This tightly-woven semester course combines Human Geography, Current Events, Contemporary World Issues, and Environmental Science into a must-teach inquiry-driven, real-world, project-based experience.With these thematic, inquiry-driven units that build on each other, ask students to decide for themselves where they fit in this complex, competitive, and connected global village. You will guide them in exploring everything from the human population growth to globalization to natural resource sust
Transform your Civics American Government classroom to be inquiry-driven and project-based and start cultivating authentic learning with this complete semester course, plus bonuses!This is the course I wish existed my first years teaching Civics and then again years later when I found myself teaching it again. Whether you are brand new and overwhelmed or looking to upgrade your impact from the same-old, same-old, this course will fast-track you to cultivating a passion in your students to become
This presidential election simulation is an excellent way for students to comprehend all aspects of political parties and the campaigns needed to elect a presidential candidate - "Let's Get The Party Started!" The teacher will divide class into groups of 4 to 5 students per group. Each group will develop their own political party and choose a presidential candidate to represent their party. Using the included criteria, allow students a few class periods, or portions of class periods, to create
Who or What Killed Edgar Allen Poe?Edgar Allen Poe’s death has been the subject of speculation for over 150 years. Have your students meet the suspects, compare and contrast eyewitness statements of his symptoms to current medical knowledge, and write persuasive pieces to promote their theory of who or what killed Poe.Rubrics, a number of extension activities and extra credit assignments are included (in editable format) as well as character dossiers of people in Poe’s life, the lesson plan and
The curriculum is a living bundle that includes Google Drive access with the download, including any other updates I may add this month! The bundle is updated each time the College Board changes the learning objectives laid out in the Course and Exam Description PDF.This complete class curriculum is intended to best-prepare you and your students for passing the AP Test with the exact same model and approach I use. It has helped my students and I consistently achieve 80-90% passing rates, and I
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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Can your students decide who Jack the Ripper was out of a cast of 12 suspects?In this lesson they will compare and evaluate 12 possible suspects before deciding on the most likely guilty person. They will then justifying their decision both verbally and in writing. The lesson works as a knockout tournament, comparing two suspects at a time. They must apply the background information presented to them along with the suspect cards to come up with the most plausible answer. It is great for develo
These growth mindset bell ringers will get your class thinking right away with thought-provoking and engaging prompts. Whether you use them as writing prompts or classroom discussions, they are perfect for daily warm ups, morning meetings, or for that final 5 minutes of class. I’m so excited for your students to experience a variety of growth mindset and life-impacting questions. You will receive a link to a fully editable Google Slides version in which you can re-arrange, add to, export to Po
Your students will be challenged with this fun and creative group project. Students will work with groups to create a large position-paper poster project about the Federalists or Anti-Federalists to be able to understand the ideologies related to the ratification of the Constitution. Both printable and digital versions are included."One of my ss favorite projects of the semester!" KasiAfter groups create their projects students will participate in a gallery walk of the projects while completin
Explore everything from our growing global population, the demographic statistics that unite and diversify us, and the persistence of extreme world poverty with this eye-opening thematic, inquiry-driven, project-based unit.This is the first unit of the thematic, inquiry course, Global Issues, a semester-long look at current events, human geography, and environmental science.Get a closer look >> scroll up and click View Preview above; also download this FREE Unit Overview.Unit At A Glance16
OverviewStudents will create a PowerPoint, video, or project about a President of their choice. This project explains what students must research, and includes a grading rubric for the teacher. Students will research both personal and executive events of their chosen Commander in Chief. Great for a President's Day activity, for a substitute teacher, or for any unit that studies the United States Presidents. Helpful websites are even included to help students find appropriate information!This
This is an economics reinforcement activity on costs, benefits and opportunity cost. Students will evaluate the costs and benefits in given scenarios in order to make the best decision. Students will also be able to recognize the opportunity cost (the opportunity that was given up) in the decision being made. Opportunity cost is a great way to help students understand decision making. Each of us are making decisions and choices all the time. Every time we say yes to something, we are saying
One of the best videos I have seen in any of my American History classes is National Geographic’s “Lewis and Clark: Great Journey West” narrated by Jeff Bridges. Originally filmed for the IMAX movie theaters, this epic tale is extremely informative while keeping students engaged throughout its entirety. I have seen this video over 40 times and still love it! Various links to watch the video are provided in this resource, and video runtime is around 42 minutes.This product contains a double side
THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS This is a bundle with 115 pages and 21 Slides. It works with Easel, may be printed, or used interactively with Google Classroom. ** PLEASE NOTE THAT I UNDERSTAND THE ISSUES WITH THIS NOVEL AND MY EDITED PRODUCTS ATTEMPT TO ADDRESS THESE PROBLEMS BY ASKING STUDENTS TO DO RESEARCH ON AUSCHWITZ AND HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS.**THIS IS A BUNDLED PRODUCT - SEE THE LINKS BELOW - IT MAY BE USED WITH THE BOOK AND THE FILM. 20% DISCOUNT!• The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (BOOK AND
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Supersize Me is great documentary for your Nutrition Unit to shed light on fast food and the unhealthy side effects of eating so much of it!This product is a worksheet (and also a digital worksheet) that follows along with the movie. It's full of questions that students will need to answer as they watch. Also included here is the answer key!
This exhaustive unit contains EVERYTHING you need to teach the Holocaust while integrating reading, research, and writing! Reframe the way you teach the Holocaust in English and/or Social Studies while creating advanced readers, thinkers, speakers, and listeners! The design of the unit could be used in one subject or taught across the curriculum in both a reading or literature course and history or social studies. The materials and lesson plans are a fit for any level of students in grades 7-12.
Hamilton was so much more than just an amazing play on Broadway. Want a great way for students to engage in a group activity while they examine eyewitness testimony, artifacts, primary sources, and solve a historical mystery? Download The Hamilton Duel at Dawn CSI! This exciting activity can be used to challenge individual students or to encourage collaboration in groups of up to five people. Students form CSI teams and examine real evidence from the duel between Vice President Aaron Burr an
Explore the urgent crisis growing with our world’s most unhealthy and unsustainable addiction: fossil fuels. Everything from its various forms (oil, coal, and natural gas) to air pollution and greenhouse gases to clean alternative energy like solar and wind is covered in this unit.Grab students attention with shocking numbers, make it real with their own personal audit, guide them to dig deeper with engaging documentaries and current issues, and inspire them with the work of clean energy activis
The civil rights movement comes to your classroom when students take on Real-World issues of social justice. Students analyze past civil rights movement images and then design a 21st century campaign on the civil rights movement of the 1960s or a current social justice issue of today. Connect the past with the present!This resource includes:- Inquiry image analysis activity on civil rights protests using primary source photos- Student project directions- 10 Social justice campaign templates suc

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