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This engaging cooperative learning simulation will help your students understand the start of the Age of Imperialism! Each group simulates a different anonymous country and must conquer "territory" - which are just items in your classroom. The catch is that the rules are different for each group - j
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Skip the lecture and engage students in this inquiry-based gallery walk for the battles of the American Revolution. Students get up and moving on a gallery walk of the images of the American Revolution plus the part of the Treaty of Paris, a primary source. The groups collaborate to draw conclusi
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Effects of the Industrial Revolution Walking Tour or Gallery Walk ActivityWant an easy to prep resource for teaching the Effects of the Industrial Revolution?Want students to practice primary source analysis as they investigate the many effects of the era?This is a 10 card activity which requires st
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Are you for looking for a way to teach your students about early exploration and conquistadors? This resource will help you launch your studies of the first main explorers and the impacts they left behind.Included in this resource:-Vocabulary cards (two versions)-Vocabulary quiz-Bulletin board lett
Before we get to the actual war itself it is most important for students to understand how we got there. The four underlying causes of the war which we will be covering are Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism and Nationalism: which we will refer to as the M.A.I.N. causes of World War I. In this ass
Colony Simulation | Colonial Simulation | US ColoniesIn this simulation, students will discover the challenges and triumphs faced by colonists who established colonies in the New World in the 17th and 18th century. The simulation involves group work, discussion and compromise, creativity, and critic
World War II activity.Great for World War II that forces students to think critically!Students are given five scenarios that involve World War II, the Holocaust, and its aftermath. Then they are asked to answer a series of thought provoking moral questions. Each story is based on a true event and t
This is a fun, exciting way to get your students to role-play in groups as explorers crossing the Atlantic Ocean during the Age of Exploration. Students must work together to make the right decisions along the voyage to avoid losing too many supplies or crew morale. Just print one game card per stud
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Absolute Monarchs Age of Absolutism Centers & Response Activity can be the tool that will save you time and energy in teaching about the era in your history classes. This is a 39 card set for a Centers, Walking Tour, Gallery Walk, Stations or Response Group activity on the Age of Absolutism and
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No prep needed! Appropriate for grades 4-8. Very easily adaptable! This mini-unit on early explorers contains everything that you need, including three days worth of centers! See below for details of packet: 1. KWL Chart 2. Space Exploration Anticipatory Set (makes learning about the explorers fro
The following is a simulation in which students recreate the Paris Peace Conference which followed WWI and students will negotiate and role play to develop the Treaty of Versailles.Included in this simulation are as follows:1.) Lesson Plan --> with 22 clearly written steps on how to carry out thi
Conquer a difficult topic with station rotations! Students focus on a different Enlightenment thinker at each station, answering text-based questions to ensure understanding. After rotating through all six stations, students are ready to connect ideas from Age of Enlightenment to today’s world. Eve
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Bring your social studies curriculum to life with this interactive, NGSS-aligned project that focuses on the ships and accomplishments of the early explorers. This is a project that can be done as part of social studies, as well as engineering. Included in this product: -Lesson plan -Research pag
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Get your students up and moving with a gallery walk? This ready-to-use Renaissance Gallery Walk brings the "museum" to the students. Students work in groups to go on a gallery walk, make notes about 8 masterpieces from the Renaissance, and conduct an initial analysis of their findings. This is an
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Your students will love to get up and moving with this introduction to Ancient Rome. Skip the lecture! This ready-to-use Ancient Rome gallery walk introduces students to Ancient Rome. Students work in groups to explore Ancient Rome topics, make notes about images and text related to Ancient Rome,
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Enlighten your students with this Age of Enlightenment Response Group Activity! Allow your students to investigate the Age of Enlightenment, the philosophes of the 1700s, and the impact of the Enlightenment on the liberty, rights, and equality of man in the modern world with this Reading and Respon
This product is a great teaching strategy to have students understand the causes and impact of the Atlantic Slave Trade. The product includes a copy of the reading and a PowerPoint to guide you and the students through the TRTW (Talk, Read, Talk, Write) Strategy. The PowerPoint also includes a Warm-
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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This inquiry based lesson into the Westward Expansion of the United States gets students up and moving in their examination of 6 events related to Westward Expansion. Students collaborate and discuss information during the gallery walk. Students then analyze the events through the analysis activi
European explorers task cards. Great for reviewing, or use with a board game as question cards. Christopher Columbus, Jaques Cartier, Christopher Newport, and Juan Ponce de Leon.
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American Revolution: Road to Revolution Group Project is an inquiry-based lesson into the events leading up to the American Revolution. Students work in groups to research a cause of the American Revolution. The groups create an activity for other students to learn about the event/cause. Student
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Students actively engage in an investigation of Ancient Rome engineering with this set of informational texts and activities. This resource includes: - Informational text on 6 different examples of Roman engineering such as aqueducts and arches- 5 station activities- Gallery walk option - Teacher
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This product includes everything you need to teach a 20-day unit on The Enlightenment and Revolution for your secondary World History class. Both Print & Digital (Google drive) versions included!Purchase in BUNDLE and you will automatically save 20% off of each product! *This product includes bo
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Want to introduce the Start of WWI in a creative and skill utilizing way? Hoping to practice analyzing primary sources while teaching about WW1 and the Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand sparking the conflict leading to the Great War? Use this Primary Source Analysis Activity to address the NCSS

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