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The Atlantic Slave Trade and the Middle Passage 13 Colonies Stations Activity
Through this lesson, students learn about the Atlantic Slave trade and the Middle Passage by visiting 5 stations that discuss Triangular Trade and the experience of enslaved Africans along the middle passage. Students practice writing a historical context through their exit tickets. This activity is

Also included in: Stations and Gallery Walk Bundle First Half of U.S. History

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Black History Month: Famous African Americans Mini Research Project
This Famous African-Americans: A Mini Research Project is the perfect Black History Month activity for your middle schoolers. Your students will get to dig into the lives of some of the most influential African Americans in our history, and learn how to conduct responsible online research. To begi

Also included in: The Writing Instruction Bundle for Middle School

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The Development of Race Based Slavery in Colonial Virginia Jamestown 13 Colonies
This lesson helps students to understand the development of race-based slavery in the colony of Jamestown, Virginia, and how this slavery was different than previous forms of slavery practiced around the world. Students first view sections from a video titled "A Class Divided." In this video, a teac

Also included in: The 13 (Thirteen) Colonies Full Unit Bundle 4 Engaging Lessons and Assessment

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Nigeria Case Study Grade 3 PowerPoints Lessons 1-5
Powerpoints for lessons 1-5 (7 days of lessons) New New York City Department of Education Curriculum for Third Grade! Powerpoint's refer to the old and new NYC trade books! Lessons can be done without trade books easily by finding similar resources online Corresponds with new NYC social studies stan
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Amistad Primary Source Analysis Activity
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
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Kingdoms of West Africa Webquest
This webquest allows students to learn about West African Civilizations using the great BBC BiteSize History series, which was designed for use in classrooms grade 4-8. This webquest works great as a way to integrate technology into the classroom. The site is advertisement free and includes intera
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CODING: BLACK HISTORY INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING NONFICTION (FEBRUARY)
Black history month unit: Looking for a comprehensive unit to teach teach your students interactive storytelling skills by coding using the app Scratch or Scratch Jr.? Teaching students storytelling and coding is a critical component to any 21st-century classroom. However, if you are a classroom tea

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A Trip to South Africa - Complete Lesson
Embark with us on a trip to South Africa!Engage your students, right from the beginning with a little quiz and have them learn, step by step, about South Africa:✔︎ the animals (more particularly the Big Five)✔︎ the geography✔︎ Nelson Mandela✔︎ the history of South Africa and its flagTwo fictional charac

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African Masks   Paper Mache   Cross-Curricular   Art + Social Studies !
African MASKS with Textural Head Dress–Paper Mache Mixed MediaThis paper mache mask lesson is a fun art project that is educational and engaging! An Art and Social Studies cross-curricular lesson that introduces students to mask making, the purpose of masks and the customs of the people of Africa.Th
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Atlantic Slave Trade Gallery Walk
In this interactive activity, students will learn about the Atlantic Slave Trade. Students will move from station to station viewing images, reading primary and secondary sources, and answering questions about the slave trade. This resource works well for both Middle and High School levels. It fits
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Medieval West Africa - An Introduction + Assessment
The article creates a brief overview of the geographic and economic conditions in West Africa up to and including medieval times. A great introduction to a Medieval West Africa Unit. Activities and Assessment included.Lesson Includes: - 4-Page Illustrated Article - Multiple Choice / DBQ Short
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Complete Lesson and Interactive Activities - South Africa
This is an interactive activity based on the complete lesson:A Trip to South AfricaIn this bundle, both products are included:✔︎ a 40-pages pdf file (teacher’s intructions / keys answers / students’ worksheets)✔︎ a .gwb file to be used with Workspace 9.5Interactive Tools used:✏ Pencil: you can write t
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Informational Text - Ancient Egypt: Pyramids (No Prep)
A reading assignment about Ancient Egyptian pyramids and their purposes. A great way to introduce the subject. The reading comes from a really great website, ushistory.org, under their free textbook tab. The information presented is theirs, I made up the questions. This can be done as a web quest as
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Informational Reading Text - Ancient Africa Bundle (No Prep Sub Plans)
A bundle of 6 reading assignments about the ancient civilizations of Africa, the culture, the leaders, and the rise and fall of these kingdoms. Includes a crossword puzzle based on terms from the readings and an assessment based on comparing kingdoms using venn diagrams/charts. A great way to introd
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Informational Text - Ancient Africa: Kingdom of Ghana (No Prep)
A reading assignment about the ancient African kingdom of Ghana. A great way to introduce the subject. The reading comes from a really great website, ushistory.org, under their free textbook tab. The information presented is theirs, I made up the questions. This can be done as a web quest assignment
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Women in STEM Science Lesson PowerPoint Experiment Lab Report Writing Prompt
Introduce your students to Katherine Johnson: An amazing physicist and fantastic mathematician with a life story that is sure to inspire future STEM students to follow their dreams, regardless of the opposition they may face. (Yes, if you're wondering, she's one of the awesome scientists featured in
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Mansa Musa + Assessment
Historians aren't exactly sure what year Mansa Musa was born, and they can't even agree on when he died. But they can agree on one thing ....... HE LIVED ! A brief biography of Mansa Musa, the richest man in recorded history - highlighting his accomplishments, including his pilgrimage to Mecca.
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Mansa Musa DBQ Lesson
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
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African Empires and Kingdoms Webquest
Many students enter World History classrooms unable to name a single African Empire other than the Egyptian Empire. They often hold stereotypes of pre-colonial African societies as having been small, violent, technologically deprived, poor, quaint people who were tragically destined to be dominated
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African Civilizations: Kingdom of Benin Webquest
This webquest allows students to learn about the African civilization of Benin using the great BBC BiteSize History series, which was designed for use in classrooms grade 4-8. This webquest works great as a way to integrate technology into the classroom. The site is advertisement free and includes
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Early Africa
Explore the fascinating kingdoms of ancient Africa! This book covers the mighty African kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhay--rich in culture and tradition--that sprang up along the continent s west coast as far back as 300 B.C. Rivaling the great ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece, and Rome, th
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20th Century Dictators March Madness (Lesson & Bracket)
Bring March Madness into the classroom with this competitive lesson on 20th Century dictators. Students will each represent a dictator as they match up head to head to find out who was the worst dictator of the century. This lesson is perfect for student engagement and bringing current trends into
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Africa Continent Study - All 56 African Countries - Worksheets, maps and flags.
Africa Continent Study - All 56 African Countries - Worksheets, maps and flags.With this package your students can create their very own, unique, African continent study booklet!Included in this package:1. Title page with large, colorable map of Africa2. An introductory page that includes key inform

Also included in: Continent Study Bundle - 223 Countries - Worksheets, maps and flags.

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African Ethnic Groups: Bantu/Swahili Instructional Resources
This lesson plan includes fun activities about Bantu and Swahili Africans. The students will be able to answer the following questions: What are the characteristics of the Bantu Africans, such as location, religions, language, gender roles, and culture of past and modern day Bantu Africans? What d
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