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American Revolution - Battles of the American RevolutionAim: Why did colonists choose sides and why were the battles of the American Revolution important?Included in this resource:• Title page • Americans Divided reading passage with Patriots vs. Loyalists definitions• Sides of the American Revoluti
American RevolutionThe British Enforce Acts & Taxes Aim: Why did the British enforce certain acts and taxes on the colonists? Why were the colonists frustrated with these policies?Included in this resource:• Title page • British Acts & Taxes background passage• British Acts & Taxes read
Students love solving crimes. Put your super sleuths to work and use it as a jump off activity to my Colonial America Unit: Why do people move? Students are given a background history to kick off the activity. Together they will create a hypothesis about what they believe occurred. Next you hav
Students work together in small groups to make decisions about how to save or spend their money in Colonial America. They have to choose which job to do (weaver, farmer, wheelwright, carpenter, or apothecary.) They receive a monthly paycheck and must subtract their bills from their total amount of
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Your students will LOVE this entertaining project. Students will work in groups to create a commercial and advertisement for an important invention of the Industrial Revolution. To assess students’ knowledge they are to write a 5-paragraph essay about the impact of the inventions on society. All nec
Bring the new Escape Room game trend into your Science classroom! No locks and expensive supplies needed!The game can be played in either an escape room style or Amazing Race style. You may see as you play that you may want to adjust it to what fits the needs of your classroom. The students should b
This lesson provides a fun educational gallery walk for students to learn about the various methods of protest utilized by the colonists. Each station depicts a different type of protest, including, boycotting, a spinning bee, a boycott of merchants, a tarring and feathering and an effigy hanging.
World War I Simulation Game (Student Favorite!)This product is a game-changer for your World War I unit. Your students will love this game and ask to play again and again. Best of all, they will learn a lot about the war. The game is based off a realistic simulation of the First World War. Your stud
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Get your students excited about the AMERICAN REVOLUTION with this digital breakout! This breakout is purely digital, no kits necessary! Works through Google Forms! Did I mention that this breakout is editable?!? Use as is, add, or subtract questions and then post the link through Google Classroom, a
This group activity includes directions and primary sources for the activity. You will need as many envelopes as you have groups. Place directions and primary sources in the envelopes and give one to each group - the rest is self explanatory! The taxes/acts covered are: The Sugar Act, The Stamp A
While studying the beginning of the industrial revolution, this is an interactive and fun activity for students. They work with a small group and move around the room to seven different stations. Each station examines a different part of the industrial revolution. Some include; new machines, work
Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution in England UNIT BUNDLE (suitable for upper grade Global History students: 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th) 5 Lessons and Activities Included in this download: 5 resources including lessons and activities! AN $18 VALUE FOR ONLY $14!! This bundle is priced to save y
This packet contains everything you need to perform a classroom simulation on Industrial Reform: Capitalism Versus Socialism. This is a perfect simulation to perform after your students have learned about the Industrial Revolution in England and all of the positive and negative effects the revolutio
This activity supplements any French and Indian War unit as students are asked to look at primary and secondary sources to analyze the Proclamation of 1763 and the Battle of Quebec. The activity is short and aligned to only hit on the key aspects students need to know. While the activity does not st
This lesson asks the big question 'why did the Great Fire of London Spread so far and so fast in 1666?'. Your students have to evaluate the evidence available to decide what they think was the biggest contributing factor. Students have to infer and reach a reasoned judgement based on the evidenc
Updated!! A fun game that will introduce students to the daily life of serfs in the High Middle Ages. They will learn not only about the serfs' obligation to the lord, but likewise the lord's responsibility to the serfs. They will also learn about the daily activities, food, and difficulty of the pe
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Skip the lecture on the Age of Enlightenment. Introduce your students to The Age of Enlightenment through this quick and easy newspaper project. In this no-prep lesson plan, students take on the role of reporters to get the scoop on the Age of Enlightenment. TOPICS INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE:- Th
Graphically Organized Notes 1. Causes of the American Revolution: Students summarize the Main Idea of French & Indian War, Proclamation of 1763, Stamp Act, Boston Massacre, Tea Act, Boston Tea Party, Intolerable Acts. 1b. Students match the picture with the correct event. 2. Graphically Orga
37 slides. United States History: American Colonies Bellringers (1492-1763) Teach Like A Champion calls them Do Now: I have used these for years with excellent results. This is a great way to set the tone for your class. I have students do these in their history notebook when they walk into class
This lesson was designed as part of a unit on the causes of the Industrial Revolution in Britain. The main purpose of the unit was to encourage pupils decision-making and reasoning skills in history.Includes:- 3 versions of the 24 slide powerpoint - differentiated for ability.- hot air balloon writ
Print enough sets for each group in class. Groups will put the cards into chronological order. The order the cards are in is the correct order.
High level questions for discussion, review, and writing after screening Ang Lee's version of Sense and Sensibility.
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Introduction to the Mughal Empire Stations Activity - Prominent Rulers & AchievementsGet your students moving and engaged by taking your students through an Introduction to the Mughal Empire!The activity consists of FIVE interactive and differentiated stations that can either be combined or brok
In 1066 William, Duke of Normandy won the Battle of Hastings defeating King Harold and beginning the Norman Conquest of England.When he came to the throne, William I faced many problems. This lesson gets the students to think what those problems might have been and to come up with their own solution

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