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"How did We Get Here" is a mini-curriculum devoted to investigating the roots of institutionalized racism in the modern United States. This five-item True/False exercise is based upon the series' 1800-word first installment, which begins with the Civil War's end in 1865. What were the "Civil War
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This lesson plan includes a teaching guide with instructional materials such as reading assignments, discussion questions, quizzes, crossword puzzles, and classroom activities. Lesson plan is in PDF format.
Comprises both of the external assessment series of the IB Film series in one convenient place. This works for both IB Film Standard Level and Higher Level.
I love giving my students an opportunity to dig deep on meaningful topics and express what they've learned in creative and engaging ways! In this lesson, students will learn more about six types of discrimination, past and present, in the United States. First, students will form groups of 3. Each st
This product contains 20 no prep article analysis printable worksheets and graphic organisers which can be used in conjunction with news/current events articles. They can be used either as part of a class project, independent research projects, or to aid in reading comprehension. Having previously
A higher level presentation on the seven deadly sins in medieval life. Includes an introduction to the history, overview of each sin, along with a printable student notes graphic organizer. Also includes QR/internet links to additional online content.
KLW graphic organizer for science reading, called KLEWS. This has helped my students build better arguments and explanations in science by keeping the most important notes nearby. It has helped my students. So, I am sharing! What does it stand for? K is for what they know (claim or statement or expl
This is an amazing three-ish day project about Civics, Persuasive Writing, Collaborative Revision, and Public Speaking! Overall project flow:* Students reflect on their priorities, biases, and reasons for supporting their chosen candidate in an upcoming election.* Students peer-edit their letters,
This is the template I created to engage my neighbors re: 2020 Election season. I shared my background and biases, my top priorities, and who I am supporting in this year's election. It's part of an amazing three-ish day project about Civics, Persuasive Writing, Collaborative Revision, and Public
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This Unit Activity Packet addresses The "Tulsa Race Riots" as well as internment, destruction of property, the KKK, and other timely topics. These activities are perfect to introduce your unit, as areview, as sub-plans, or as homework/extra-credit opportunities.⭐⭐Check out this product on my AmpedUp
This study guide provides students an overview of Topic 9.4 in the Pearson United States History book. Copyright 2016. The page numbers can be changed on the sheet and this study guide can be used on any version going back to Pearson 2001.The study guide contains definitions and questions that I us
Here's a comprehensive mini-research assignment that will expose students to notable people of the Jewish faith who have made a positive difference throughout the world from the 19th century-present day. As students share their findings, they will be entertained and fascinated with important and in
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
THE HOLOCAUST ACTIVITIES GOOGLE SLIDES | THE HOLOCAUST DISTANCE LEARNINGGOOGLE SLIDESINTERACTIVE OR PRINTElie Wiesel: Hope, Despair and Memory GOOGLE SLIDES VERSION (QUESTIONS ONLY)This product is just the slides with the questions!!!! I created this product to go with my complete product but made t
Here's a comprehensive mini-research assignment that will expose students to notable people who have made a positive difference throughout the world. As they share their findings, students will be entertained and fascinated with important and interesting facts about individuals who have helped to m
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a 5 week project where students create children's books that cover various concepts covered in their high school economics and financial literacy course. Project includes detailed assessment list (rubric) as well as vocabulary end of course review to be completed by students as homework. In
Take your students back in time to the tired, dusty days of the 1930s. This instructional guide is loaded with activities that bring the era alive. The no-prep lessons teach students to use easily accessed primary research sources to build critical thinking skills while they discover more about the
PDF & ONLINE Google Forms READING & WRITING TEST PREP ...................................................................TEXT"TITLE MISSING" is a POEM describing SOMETHING that is stuck and is a metaphor poem. Questions help students determine what exactly is stuck.TOPICS APPROPRIATE for stu
PDF & ONLINE Google Forms READING & WRITING TEST PREP ......................................................................TEXT"BLANKET" is a POEM describing a blanket of SOMETHING. Students are asked questions that help them determine the topic.The focus is on IMAGERY & METAPHOR.TOPIC
African American Combat Racism After Reconstruction Cooperative JigsawThis is a jigsaw project that helps students answer the questions: How did African Americans combat segregation after Reconstruction? Students will read and analyze primary and secondary source documents of: Mary Church Terrell, B
Does AP US History instruction get you down? At Mano Koa Enterprises, we say teaching APUSH is "A'ole Pilikia" (No Problem in Hawaiian). Revolutionize your instruction of history with an entire year's worth of culturally responsive instruction which gives students an active role in studying hist
Does AP US History instruction get you down? At Mano Koa Enterprises, teaching APUSH is "A'ole Pilikia" (No Problem in Hawaiian). Revolutionize your instruction of history with an entire year's worth of culturally responsive instruction giving your students an active role in studying history. In t
Did you know that when asked, many of our citizens don’t know or recognize what is in the Bill of Rights? Do these lessons and your students won’t be among that group.After doing this project, your students will have a good, clear understanding of the Bill of Rights. It is a has eight lessons: three
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
$20? Is that all?Here’s your chance to have fun putting on a civil jury trial, while your students learn about the importance of the 7th Amendment.Did you know that there is a right to a civil jury trial if the amount in controversy is $20 (a lot of money is 1789). Use something that happened with
Use something that happened with your class to put on a civil jury trial.Did you know that there is a right to a civil jury trial if the amount in controversy is $20 (a lot of money is 1789). So here’s your chance to have fun putting on a civil jury trial, while your students learn about the importa

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