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50 open ended questions for students to answer while watching Hidden Figures. The Hollywood box office movie is perfect to show History students or any class really. It goes along well with the Civil Rights movement and Space Race during the Cold War. It could also go well in a math class because
This file includes the lyrics to the song "Glory" from the movie Selma. It includes 14 short answer critical thinking questions. This is one of my favorite activities for a poetry unit, and ties in beautifully to the Civil Rights Movement and social justice.
a 25 question and answer movie guide for Blood Diamond
“Teach Kids About Africa – 'Uganda's Royal Dance'” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson about Africa for kids that introduces them to Uganda, a small East African country with a checkered past, and a jubilant Ugandan royal dance known as the Amagunjju. Kids will meet Uganda and learn
q/a for the Ken Burns documentary series, The Civil War episode 1.
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:::::DISTANCE LEARNING FRIENDLY! NO PREP!:::::This product includes instructions on the creation of a Google Slides Presentation about Early Humans. Students may work individually or in pairs/small groups. I recommend this activity be assigned at the end of your Early Humans unit.This product encour
“Teach Kids About Africa – Dance the Malipenga” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson about Afirca for kids that invites them to experience a dance from Malawi called the malipenga. Kids will meet the small Southern African nation of Malawi, learn about the malipenga, a dance that nort
Original photos taken during my time in Egypt as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar to Alexandria, Egypt. Photos are in JPEG format. Free download for personal or commercial use! Please read the Terms of Use for more information. Enjoy a scenic journey through Alexandria, Cairo, Aswan and Luxor! Please
“Teach Kids About Africa – Dance the Kwassa Kwassa” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson for about Africa for kids that invites them to experience the Congolese hip-swirling dance called the Kwassa Kwassa. Kids will meet the Democratic Republic of the Congo, learn (in an age-appropria
25 q/a for the PBS series, Ken Burns' The Civil War episode 5.
This infographic is a basic introduction to the medieval African ruler MANSA MUSA, featuring colorful representations, icons and print-rich information for your classes to experience. Print it out to laminate and use it in the classroom as a visual, print it out for student use, or use it as a .jpg/
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This is can be used as a simple intro to European Imperialism in China, Africa and India. Answer Key is included.
The countries in southern Africa are divided between this song and Southern Africa Part 2. Southern Africa Part 1 includes Angola, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe.A strong knowledge of geography makes history, social studies, current events, and literature come alive! Geography Songs for Ev
Countries in western Africa are divided between this song and West Africa Part 1. West Africa Part 2 includes Liberia, Cote d'lvoire (Ivory Coast), Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, and Cape Verde. A strong knowledge of geography makes history, social studies, current events, and literature
“Teach Kids About Kenya – Jump High with the Maasai” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson for about Kenya for kids that invites them to join the Maasai of Kenya and Tanzania in celebrating the transition to adulthood with the amazing Maasai Jumping Dance. Kids will meet the east Afric
“Teach Kids About Ghana – Dance the Kpanlogo” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson for about Ghana for kids that invites them to celebrate independence by dancing the kpanlogo. Kids will meet the West African nation of Ghana, learn about its British colonial history (in an age-approp
“Teach Kids About Nigeria – Let's Talk Like a Drum” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson about Nigeria for kids that invites them to create their own personal rhythms using an imaginary “Talking Drum.” Kids will meet the boisterous West African nation of Nigeria, where the West Africa
This is a movie trailer to introduce the Judaism unit. I usually use this to introduce the unit as well as close the unit to assess students knowledge of what they have learned. My students make me go back to these movies trailers throughout the year; they love them so much. Your students are sure t
Basic follow along Q&A for all nine episode of Ken Burns' The Civil War
“Teach Kids About Ethiopia – 'The Buna Coffee Ceremony'” is an engaging, participatory world cultures lesson for about Ethiopia for kids that invites them to experience the Buna Ceremony, an extensive celebration of coffee and community that is at the heart of Ethiopian hospitality. Kids will meet t
Countries in western Africa are divided between this song and West Africa Part 2. West Africa Part 1 includes Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, and Sierra Leone. A strong knowledge of geography makes history, social studies, current events, and literature come alive! G

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