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England Power point, Learn, history, arts, music, Queen Elizabeth, the royal family, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Beatles, Fish and Chips and much more. Take a ride on the London Eye, a giant Ferris Wheel. Questions and answers included.
How this pack gets used is largely depending upon what grade level it is used for. For grades 1 - 4 Use the 4 page reading passage as a read aloud in the classroom. Follow through with the vocabulary, letter writing, jigsaw, paragraph writing templates and worksheets as provided. For grades 5 -
James Horn's "A Kingdom Strange: The Brief and Tragic History of the Lost Colony of Roanoke" James Horn's hypothesis concerning the Lost Colony of Roanoke which he documented in his 2010 book ""A Kingdom Strange: The Brief and Tragic History of the Lost Colony of Roanoke" will be in the forefront of
The Kindle Edition of the Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie is available for FREE through Amazon. It contains A LOT of historical references about the rise of the industrial revolution and the start of the progressive era. It is a first person account of the time period from an immigrant turned bus
This quiz measures basic reading comprehension of chapter 4 of Bill Bryson’s book Mother Tongue: English and How it Got That Way. I assigned this book as summer reading in an honors-level 10th-grade English class, and I have also copied this chapter and had students read it out of the context of Bry
This resource on responses to the French Revolution gives a forum to students to discuss ideas related to liberalism, conservatism, revolution, and related topics.
This worksheet is based upon the Britannica School "Henry VIII" Article, Reading Level 2. At the bottom of the sheet is the citation to find the article. However, the questions are basic enough that they can be used for most articles or general facts about King Henry VIII. An answer key is included
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A newly-reformatted version of "The History of the Britons" (Historia Brittonum) by the 9th-century Welsh historian Nennius (trans. J. A. Giles). This research-and-reader-friendly version comes as a download-and-print PDF and boasts a clean, two-column layout, attractive font, clear chapter headings
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A newly-reformatted version of "On the Ruin and Conquest of Britain" (De Excidio et Conquestu Britanniae) by Gildas, the 6th-century English historian (trans. J. A. Giles). This research-and-reader-friendly version comes as a download-and-print PDF and boasts a clean, two-column layout, attractive
This is a 2 x A4 page text, with colourful illustrations and sub-titles, all about Victorian toys. Alongside this non-fiction text is a 20 - mark comprehension sheet. The reading text could be used as an independent reading activity, a whole class read or even used by pupils for research purposes.
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A newly-reformatted version of "The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle," originally compiled on the orders of King Alfred the Great, approximately A.D. 890, and subsequently maintained and added to by generations of anonymous scribes until the middle of the 12th Century. This version was translated by Rev. James
This PDF is worksheets for Joan Procter, Dragon Doctor by Patricia Valedez. Included in this packet is:1) Words to find definitions2) A writing prompt3) a word search4) comprehension questions5) character trait worksheet6) design a new cover activity7) design a habitat for reptiles8) coloring page9)

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