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These charts of British Literary Periods can be displayed in a number of ways. Each period includes: Genre; Style; Effects; Aspects; Historical Aspects; Historical Perspectives; and Literary Examples. A good resource to blend history and literature.
This activity brings the Boston Tea Party to life for students as they help characters from the Boston Tea Party come to life in the classroom. Students will work together to help their small group create a character for a scene from the Boston Tea Party. Students will then act the scene out in fron
*THIS UNIT IS PART OF A BUNDLE* This lapbook contains all the required curriculum for the Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the Grade 6 social studies program of studies. It lists the questions, has a vocabulary booklet, an outline of each of the rights and freedoms and a folder that covers the Can
This fun and exciting play that I wrote for students takes students from the origins of the weaker English Monarchy through the troubles of Charles I, the interregnum under Oliver Cromwell, the Restoration, and the Glorious Revolution using historical information but also fun pop cultural references
This is a mini pack all about Bonfire night. Including a fireworks safety page, colouring pictures and the story of Guy Fawkes.
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Another article from my History's Mysteries file. The article discusses the recent find of Richard III's lost remains under a parking lot in Leicester, England. The articles describes the reconstruction of his face and how it compares to past portraits and also talks about the two ways he is seen
This set includes 30 line art and colored graphics for:Bozeman TrailChisholm TrailCumberland RoadErie CanalForbes Road and Braddock's RoadIditarod TrailInterstate 80Mormon TrailOld Spanish TrailOregon TrailPony ExpressRoute 66Santa Fe TrailTranscontinental RoadWilderness RoadThese graphics have 300
Wanting to meet the HASS Curriculum in an engaging and motivating way? Wanting to use an inquiry approach and promote student research skills? Then this activity would be a perfect inclusion to your program. Use this report booklet to structure students inquiry and research on Captain James Cook;
The Anglo Saxons loved their weapons. They especially loved their swords! Their literature is filled with battle sounds and sights--involving swords, spears, and arrows. This assignment is done after students have read a few examples of Anglo-Saxon literature and understand their culture and the his
A teachers' guide to the period of British history from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. From the pack with lesson plans and resources for teaching about changes in British history from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, available at www.ks2history2.wix.com/stoneage Includes: - Stone Age - Bronze Age -
This set includes line art and colored graphics for:EUROPE:• Charlemagne’s Empire• Germany 10th-11th centuries• Europe Around 1000• Migrations and kingdoms of the Goths in the 5th and 6th centuries AD• Norman Conquest• Anglo Saxons 8th CenturyMEDITERRANEAN SEA• First and Third Cr
The Six Wives of Henry VIII takes you back in history to learn about six individually strong and prominent women who helped shape English History. These Worksheets can be used in a Station Activity, as an extension, or as a Reading Comprehension assignment. Students will get to learn MORE about the
Resource Title British Values - BREXIT Discussion and Research Task Cards Age/Year Group 7th - 12th File Type PDF Resource Content ❂28 Discussion and Research Task Cards based on BREXIT (ideal for essays, powerpoint presentations or group tasks) Reviews and feedback are appreciated, I value a
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A brief project for inventions of the Industrial Revolution. Break students into groups of six or less, each student picks or gets assigned an inventor and their invention and find the required information. Each student then gets a cube and makes it into an info cube on that person and their inv
This set includes line art and colored graphics for:• Charlemagne’s Empire• Germany 10th-11th centuries• Europe Around 1000• Migrations and kingdoms of the Goths in the 5th and 6th centuries AD• Norman Conquest• Anglo Saxons 8th Century*INCLUDES THE MAPS WITHOUT LABELS*These graphic
This activity asks students to use their creative writing skills to write a 'myth' about the War of 1812. The assignment is really looking to address the issue of fallacies that have arisen about this war. Based on the Voices and Visions Text used in the Alberta grade 7 Social Studies curriculum.
This lapbook is created in PowerPoint so the text is editable for whatever language you are teaching!This lapbook contains all the required curriculum for the Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the Grade 6 social studies program of studies. It lists the questions, has a vocabulary booklet, an outlin
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Southern Colonies Digital LessonWith this resource you will receive a PDF with a link to Google Slides files that you can copy and distribute to your students. It is compatible with Google Classroom. It is not made to be used in printed form. You and your students must have a free Google account in
The Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, England, 400 years ago, carrying a group of settlers, who would later come to be known as the Pilgrim Fathers, to a different life in the New World. The ship made landfall in present-day Massachusetts in November of that year.The colonists departed from Plymouth
An interactive pdf is a great tool for your students to use on their own and test their knowledge. With this file, they will revise or learn about the British Isles and the United Kingdom.Hand this file to your students and let them learn about : the different countriestheir capitalstheir symbolsTh
Teaching A Christmas Carol, Great Expectation or anything else by Charles Dickens again this year but don't have time to sift through the internet looking for student background resources? Need a go-to resource that accommodates all learning types and a variety of reading levels? Look no further!
There are 2 comprehension exercises about Guy Fawkes and the invention of fireworks, a mind journey to stimulate creative writing and a traditional rhyme and suggested art activities. Links for Bonfire night food, more ideas etc are also included.ENJOY
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QR codes linked to websites and videos to support the teaching of Romans in Britain topic.
THE ROMANSA Unit of Work (adaptable), a list of vocabulary and a 60-slide PowerPoint covering:Slide 3: Who were the Romans?Slide 7: Roman Slaves & Roman CitizensSlide 10: Roman TownsSlide 21: Roman ClothingSlide 34: The Roman ArmySlide 45: Roman Conquest of BritainSlide 53: Roman Shields & A

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