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This bundle has two informational articles: one on Apartheid and the other on Nelson Mandela. More specific details below. Each product has a color and BW version, as well as a key. There is a preview of each item, so be to check that out so you see exactly what you're getting.The ZIP file of each
This excellent activity for the famous Amistad case is an excellent way to get your students to engage with primary source documents and learn about this fascinating moment in American History! This download includes a 1-page introduction reading that explains all about the case of the Amistad, fr
The lesson begins with an introduction of the Trans-Sahara Trade and the Golden Ages of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai. Next, students complete a DBQ to gather specific evidence about those golden ages. The documents include one primary and three secondary sources that describe the civilization. There are
Now that 1 to 1 is all the rage schools want to utilize their technology and expose their students to new ways of learning especially Blended Learning. This product will give the teacher everything they need to successfully implement a blended learning station rotation lesson on the Atlantic Slave
Looking for an easy to teach the European colonization of Africa while integrating maps? Then this is the activity for you. The activity is in a mini-DBQ style lesson. It looks at the causes, analyzes a cartoon on the topic, and explores the areas where the European countries settled during the
This is a common core aligned lesson plan to accompany a vdeo on Mansa Musa. The lesson includes a warm-up activity, the exploration of a primary source, as well as a multi-flow map, and a “write-discuss” activity after with a graphic organizer to support students writing. The video used with this
Nineteen short-answer questions, worth 21 total points and spanning 12 pages, based on primary and secondary sources about the Spanish Empire, Colombian Exchange and Trans-Atlantic African slave trade. These 12 pages of questions can be useful to any social studies curriculum based on world/global h
This assignment contains 3 primary source documents and 1 secondary source covering Harriet Tubman's fight against the institution of slavery. The sources includes; (1.) San Francisco Call, Volume 102, Number 121, 29 September 1907 (2.) Letter from Thomas Garrett; Source: Scenes in the Life of Harr
This lesson takes students through a full length DBQ that analyzes Apartheid in South Africa. Students will analyze four documents and construct a two paragraph analysis essay that answers: "How was Apartheid used to stop Black South Africans from gaining power."
Sixteen multiple choice questions, spanning 12 pages, all based on analyzing maps. These questions can be used in any social studies curriculum. The repetitive nature of the questions, as well as the specific ordering of them, is meant to help students develop confidence answering multiple choice qu
Seventeen multiple choice questions, spanning 11 pages, all based on analyzing maps. These questions can be used in any social studies curriculum. The repetitive nature of the questions, as well as the specific ordering of them, is meant to help students develop confidence answering multiple choice
Fifty-six multiple choice questions, spanning 39 pages, all based on analyzing artifacts (photographs, sculptures, drawings and political cartoons). These questions can be used in any social studies curriculum. The repetitive nature of the questions, as well as the specific ordering of them, is mean
Twenty-three multiple choice questions, spanning 10 pages, all based on using timelines, charts and graphs. These questions can be used in any social studies curriculum. The repetitive nature of the questions, as well as the specific ordering of them, is meant to help students develop confidence ans
***Includes a Google version for DISTANCE LEARNING..... Please make sure any resources placed online are password protected so that only your class has access (no free public access). Thanks so much!In this 44 page/slide lesson your students will be able to answer the following questions: By 1860, t
A DBQ composing of 9 documents to help students answer these essential questions: How did the white South African government keep black South Africans from becoming educated, wealthy, and united? How did black South Africans use their power to create positive change?
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Activity: Online Museum on Slavery It's the start of the school year, and there is a laundry list of skills students need to develop after 8 or so weeks off during the summer. This online museum activity will capture student's interest and function as a good rust-buster for reading and writing with
Primary source DBQs from a ship's doctor describing the cruel conditions aboard slave ships. Has vocabulary, questions, and room for annotations.
Three sets of primary sources describing the conditions of African slavery in Colonial America. These sources are grouped by topic - white justification of slavery, the Middle Passage, Colonial laws related to slavery. There are 8 documents in total, each about 1 paragraph.
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LEARNING TARGET: I can investigate the reasons for European interest in Africa and the horrors of the African slave trade. Key Terminology 1. Atlantic Slave Trade 2. Triangular Trade 3. Middle Passage 4. West Indies 5. Molasses **Purchase the Day 057_African Slave Trade - PowerPoint that goes a
DBQ: Civil Rights Events and Leaders Pt. 1 This 45-60 minute lesson plan is appropriate for teachers or to use as emergency sub plans. Brief short readings are included in the packet for students to analyze and complete a final activity about the Civil Rights Movement. Everything is included for thi
*All primary sources Includes documents from: -enslaved Africans who recall the process of being captured as well as being sold at an auction -European who commented on how the slave trade disrupted social structures in West Africa -Images depicting the sale of African captives in West Africa and t
This DBQ allows students to analyze documents dealing with a variety of economic indicators to determine if Nigeria or South Africa would be the economic giant of Africa. Students will analyze documents showcasing investment in human capital, capital goods, natural resources, economic articles, tran
Thirty-one short-answer questions, worth 38 total points and spanning 23 pages, based on primary and secondary sources about the collapse of the USSR, the British Empire, Genocide in Cambodia and Apartheid in South Africa. These 23 pages of questions can be useful to any social studies curriculum ba
Thirty-five multiple choice questions spanning 18 pages, all based on analyzing artifacts (photographs, sculptures, drawings and political cartoons). These questions can be used in any social studies curriculum. The repetitive nature of the questions, as well as the specific ordering of them, is mea

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