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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
CRITICAL THINKING | CRITICAL THINKING INFORMATIONAL TEXT | DILEMMA ONE SHEETINFORMATIONAL TEXTDILEMMA ONE SHEET (#2)Informational text, critical thinking, debate. This dilemma involves the case of the Siamese Twins (2000): The England and Wales Court of Appeal (Civil Division) Decisions and asks the
This HIV / AIDS mini unit is an essential part to any Sex Ed. (Human Sexuality) area of your class. After this unit, your students will know HIV transmits from person to person and how it doesn’t- so they can ditch all myths and fears while also learning about prevention!---------------------------
Teaching the branches of government is easy when using these two-sided worksheets. Students learn the necessary information about the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. In total, there are 23 literal and 15 inferential questions. This activity can be used prior to teaching the branches,
Online Learning Ready!World War 1 Simulation Activity for middle and high school students. This easy to set up, interactive lesson plan actively involves students in the events of the First World War. 
In this World War 1 Lesson Plan, students begin by learning about the background of The Great War.
CRITICAL THINKING ACTIVITY | ANALYTICAL REASONING | DILEMMA ONE SHEET (#3) (Ethics, Justice)My DAILY DILEMMAS are an excellent supplement to any class focusing on ethics, law, justice, argumentative writing, and debate, and they also work well as last-minute sub plans or stand-alone lessons.Should i
Cold War Simulation Activity This simulation is now Online Learning Ready-You will Need to email Mr. Harms to activate your 1 year online subscription(Email included in materials)-The Cold War Simulation is a hands on, interactive lesson plan that incorporates critical thinking skills and problem so
Grab a bargain - History Mystery lessons for less! (Over 20% off actually!)This bundle contains lessons to help your students deduce, infer and evaluate arguments and evidence. They are suitable for middle and high school and have been a great success in my and others' classrooms. I will be crea
Culminate your American Government / Civics course with this highly scaffolded capstone end-of-course research paper that lets you or your students choose a hotly debated Constitutional issue! It's like three projects in one!Everything is included, from brainstorm to final edit, for your students to
Use this left vs. right survey to assist students in discovering their political ideology. By the end of this assignment, students will be able to explain their stance on hot button issues in politics. They'll explain why they identify with being more left, liberal, and Democratic, moderate, or righ
In a bid to help our students think more like historians we set them various styles of question based on the sources in DBQs. These helpful little cards can be used with any document or piece of evidence in history. They work for any time period and help our students to address real issues of prov
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Are you wondering where to start when teaching your middle and high school students about current events? This choice-based project and presentation will provide you and your students with step by step directions. There are checkpoints so that you can assign mini due dates throughout the assignment.
This Gatsby unit is a Common Core aligned unit developed for 11th grade students that I used in my classroom. The materials are basic, but provide a great structure to anyone looking to develop a unit. The following is included: - Chapter Reading Guides - Found Poetry Activity - Jigsaw Activity -
Culminate your Human Geography, Contemporary World Issues or Environmental Science course with this highly scaffolded research paper and one-pager project that lets you or your students choose the environmental issue of the 21st century! It's two projects in one! Students can either: Design a one-pa
Donald Trump Inauguration President Presidential First 100 Days What is included: 1. Short PPT on what Trump plans on doing his first 100 days2. Worksheet: This is a fantastic way for the students to find out more about his plan and what he plans on doing during the course of his administration. ( 3
Your middle and high school students will be engaged with this activity as they think critically about the principles that help create the U.S. Constitution and how these principles influence the structure of our government. These scaffolded cards have four different levels of DOK (depth of knowledg
UPDATES: Paperless versions of each package now also provided! UPDATE: Interactive Google Classroom versions of the course units now available here!Description: What is the American Dream? Is it a developing story or an already defined ideal? Is the American Dream real or a utopian philosophy? This
This worksheet comes labeled and unlabeled. It also come with a suggestion sheet for teachers on how the posters can be used to teach the 3 sink dishwashing method in their classroom. It can be used to teach the Pro Start Curriculum Serv Safe - Cleaning and Sanitizing J7The poster shows the order
Sam McKenzie Jr. tells us that “Quotes can get into your mind and change how you feel, think, or see a circumstance.”  There is so much wisdom that can be shared in short quotations that often is overlooked when not examined closely.  Quotes are a great way to stimulate reluctant writers and motivat
WWII - Homefront Stations Activity - Completely Student-ledGet your students moving and engaged by taking your students through the major topics of the Homefront!The activity consists of 10 different stations that can be either combined or broken up into smaller/larger stations to suit your needs. T
Hello TpT Community! This is the unit for GET OUT. Compact and Concise. Warning: Contains infrequent language and R rated content along with suggestive opinionated themes about the HORROR Genre. A recent documentary entitled Horror Noire was released that explores this "Black Horror" in Cinema fu
Getting students interested in historical events is virtually impossible! That's why we created our “On This Day in History…March'' resource to provide a historical event for each day during the month of March along with a thought-provoking, Generation Z relevant discussion prompt that you can use
This internet activity helps students learn about the principles that helped create the U.S. Constitution. Topics covered include federalism, popular sovereignty, separation of powers, checks and balances, judicial review, and limited government. Students learn the definitions, examples, and picture

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