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Speech Writing and Memorial Design
Want a lesson that makes learning relevant for Veterans Day or Memorial Day? Let students honor veterans and other heroes with this lesson and speech writing activity after a close reading of the speech, “The Gettysburg Address" (or other selected speech). This lesson uses mentor texts as models fo

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Civil War Simulation Activity + 1 Year Online Access!
-You will Need to email Mr. Harms to activate your 1 year online subscription(Email included in materials)Civil War Simulation Activity for middle and high school students. This interactive Civil War Lesson plan is easy to set up and customize. This simulation lesson plan starts with the election of
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Orphan Trains - Placing Out in America
During the Industrial Revolution (1890-1920), the Progressive activists countered the capitalist exploitation of labor by fighting for reforms to benefit workers, health care and education. This lesson focuses on the experience of children, particularly foundling children, who were placed out in th
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Professionalism Lesson Plan
This lesson plan addresses professionalism in the workplace. The topics discussed include: ethical behavior at work, potential areas where theft may occur at work, relationships between bosses and employees, and appearance. In addition a KWL chart will be conducted and also a passage will be read th
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AP US History Period 4: 1800-1848
This unit bundle includes 10 lessons that covers all the major themes and concepts within this time period in AP US History. The unit begins with the presidency of Thomas Jefferson and ends with a DBQ on the different views on the institution of slavery from proslavery and antislavery figures in an
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AP US History Period 5:  1844-1877
This unit bundle includes 8 lessons that begins with John Brown and his actions in 1856 and 1859 and ends with life in the South under the Jim Crow Laws.Lesson 1: John Brown - Were his actions justified? A DBQ lesson that features primary sources, including a song and artwork, that describe the ac
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AP US History Period 6:  1865-1898
This unit bundle contains 6 lessons. It begins with the "Captains of Industry" that arose in the post-Civil War era and ends with the closing of the West lesson.Lesson 1: "The tycoons of industry - Robber barons or Captains of Industry?" contains famous statements from the entrepreneurs as well as
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AP US History Period 8 and 9: 1945-1990
The unit bundle, which contains 21 lessons, begins with the end of the Second World War and ends with the domestic and foreign policy of President Reagan.This unit enables students to work in pairs and in groups with the analysis of primary sources, including political cartoons of the Cold War era a
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AP US History Period 7:  The Use of the Atomic Bomb Debate
In this week long lesson, students will be analyzing various primary and secondary sources that highlight the positives and negatives of using the atomic bombs. They will then formulate an analytical essay using primary and secondary sources. By the end of this essay, students will be able to form
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AP US History Period 8:  1920s and 1960s Comparison
In this lesson, students, will examine the 1920s and the 1960s by using the sources below and on their knowledge of the time periods in United States history. To aid them in their analysis, a T-chart has been added at the end of the packet. By the end of this lesson, students will notice the simil
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Progressivism Project
Through this project students become modern day progressive reformers. Students conduct extensive research on social problems that our country faces today and develop a well-planned solution. The project has a chart that outlines the steps to take to successfully complete this project. This is an
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Global Studies Thematic Essay Test Prep Pack
This is a Regents-Based Thematic Essay Pack that includes 20 thematic essay questions and 20 theme-based graphic organizers with guided questions to improve your student's organization, comprehension and writing skills. These thematic essays can also be used for your everyday lessons throughout the
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WW1 Simulation Activity+ 1 Year Online Subscription Included
-You will Need to email Mr. Harms to activate your 1 year online subscription(Email included in materials)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. 
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Common Core Lab Report Rubric
Written Lab Report Rubric based on Common Core Informative/Explanatory Writing Literacy standards. Can be used for high school Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Earth Science or Physical Science.
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Argument Composition unit
This comprehensive composition unit on argument is aligned with the common core learning outcomes and includes intensive instruction, critical thinking, problem solving, research and writing activities on the components of argument which include: logos, ethos, pathos, inductive and deductive logic,
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AP US History Period 3:  The Looming War with Great Britain
In this lesson, students will be learning about the aftermath of the French and Indian War and the British political and economic policies that placed a firm grip on the colonies in America. They will also learn that these policies will, in turn, cause the colonists to respond in a forceful manner t
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AP US History Period 3:  The Road to Revolution
In this lesson, students will be learning about the aftermath of the French and Indian War and the British political and economic policies that placed a firm grip on the colonies in America. They will also learn that these policies will, in turn, cause the colonists to respond in a forceful manner t
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AP US History Period 7:  Imperialism Debate
In this lesson, students, analyzing various quotes from writers, presidents and Congressmen, will examine the pros and cons of imperialism. From their analysis and on their knowledge of the time period in United States history, they will then determine whether the individual was for or against Amer
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AP US History Period 7:  Debate on the Annexation of the Philippines
In this lesson, students, working in groups, will analyze whether or not the United States had the right to annex the Philippines based on the assigned documents below. They will then decide on their own whether or not the United States had the right to add the Philippines. A timeline is also prov
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AP US History Period 8:  Marshall and Warren Courts Comparison
In this lesson, students will receive various documents that delve into the decisions laid down by two of the most influential courts in United States history: the Marshall Court and the Warren Court. These two Chief Justices, along with their colleagues on their respective benches, have had a majo
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Children's Book Project for High Schoolers - Social Studies - Activism
In this project, students will create a children’s book that addresses activism related to gender and/or gender issues. Your book can focus on one particular person or event significant to making strides towards gender equality, or your book can focus on activism related to gender issues. This does
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Simplified Comma Rules Activity Assessment Quiz MiniLesson or Practice w/ Key
This is a 2 page activity (1 page front and back) with sentences for comma practice/assessment. There are 22 sentences with approximately 52 opportunities to show mastery of comma usage/comma justification. The zip file also contains a copy of the One Page Simplified Comma Rules, but here is the
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American History Course (NEW)! 195+ Files and 1000+ Pages/Slides, ANSWER KEYS!
UPDATE - Free access to "Class Flow" online quizzes now provided! UPDATE - 29 new files added to Unit 5! Buy now while the price is low to get lifetime updates! This course is clear, organized and engaging! It covers all the way from the 13 Original Colonies to 2016! Each unit is organized into
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Syntax Choices
This activity consists of: -a handout that gives a detailed explanation of how syntax choices affect an audience’s understanding -a follow-up assignment -the passages needed for the follow-up assignment. Students should have at least a beginning understanding of basic grammar terms. (For help in te
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