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Holocaust Centers: Students explore 6 Holocaust stations in World War 2!This Holocaust activity is included in the much larger World War II (WWII) Bundle, located here:World War 2 Unit! 10 WWII Resources for Nazi Germany, Holocaust, FDR, Potsdam!Buy the Bundle and save a Bundle!--------------In this
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
History can be difficult for students to understand and experience. Simulations help students put themselves in the past, learning about history in an authentically engaging way. Students love simulations because they don't know what the final outcome will be. It's an exciting learning experience!Wa
This is a full lesson plan to utilize to teach The French Revolution. This is usually a fun topic for students to learn (they tend to love the Reign of Terror), but students often look past the actual causes of the Revolution. To solve that problem in my classroom, I use a simulation that goes in-
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
History can be difficult for students to understand and experience. Simulations help students put themselves in the past, learning about history in an authentically engaging way. Students love simulations because they don't know what the final outcome will be. It's an exciting learning experience!Wa
Students complete a fun and historically detailed simulation of the progression of the Industrial Revolution and urbanization in England, particularly the town of Manchester. This activity especially helps visual and kinesthetic learners grasp the essential points of the Industrial Revolution. Kids
In this highly-engaging World War 1 (WW1) unit bundle, you receive TEN engaging and Common Core focused resources to engage your classroom on WWI. This unit is also included in two larger bundles designed to save you money. Check out the World Wars Bundle or the American History Super Unit 4/6!Th
{Aligned with VA SOL USI.4a and USI.4b)Explorers Interactive Dice Game to Teach Obstacles and AccomplishmentsA very fun interactive game where students pretend to be either Coronado, de Champlain, la Salle, or Cabot. Flags from each country (plus the New World) are hung in corners of the room and d
Act out the social class inequities of Pre-French Revolution in your classroom. Help students feel the injustice of the situation through a simulation that takes one class period. Your students will each be assigned a class and will be given unique card with details to help them make decisions fo
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This is a fun, exciting way to get your students to role-play as gladiators during the Roman Empire. Students will begin as a Gaul Warrior being taken prisoner leading them to the life of a gladiator. Following gladiatorial training school, students will experience the training, lifestyle, and fight
Students will experience world trade and the difficulties explorers faced. This game will help students create background knowledge through a shared experience. This game can be referred back to throughout the unit. "Remember the explorer game we played? What we are learning today is like that game
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
This activity gives students a chance to more fully explore and understand how the different parts of English colonial government functioned by giving them a chance to solve problems experienced by an actual English colony. Students will take on several different roles, and by acting out of their as
In this game, students will all represent one country. Countries will vary in power of course. They have to choose an alliance in secret. After the alliances are set up, some go to war and then the alliances are revealed. It’s a great way of teaching how the alliance system led to World War I. This
This unit of work covers the Black death of Europe in 1348-1349. It consists of a 17 page student workbook, where students cover the entire topic as they work through the workbook. The workbook covers: • The background to the Black death of 1348 • The Spread of the Black Death to England • The caus
What better way to discover the key figures of the Renaissance than a research and role-play activity? Your students will research a person from either the Italian or Northern Renaissance and then become that person in a role-play activity in which they will compete with one another to see who is c
Students will play the role of King Louis XVI - the leader of France as the French Revolution erupted. Through a series of questions, students will be forced to make the same tough decisions that the King of France faced. A great way to introduce the French Revolution or the tough decisions he was p
Battles of World War One Lesson 1: Students will recreate the political and strategic realities of World War One Europe as they simulate the First World War through a board game. Lesson 2: Students will view a PowerPoint lesson including a fill in note to better understand the underlying causes of
The following is a World War I simulation which visually and orally allows students to see how alliances contributed to the start of WWI. Included in the following activity are the following:1.) A Lesson Plan (which clearly instructs how to carry out the simulation from start to finish)2.) A Settin
Students must become explorers in this exciting game of survival. They are commissioned to take a journey across the seas to the New World to claim land for their monarchy. In a letter from the king and queen, they are given a set amount of money to spend on items they would need on their voyage. St
This full lesson plan is a must have when teaching about Imperialism in a World History class or when teaching about African history. Simulations, such as this one, are a great way for students to engage themselves in the learning process and use critical thinking/problem solving skills. This
A Three Event Medieval Tournament INTRODUCTION: Medieval Knights were trained from boyhood to develop the skills necessary to be warriors. They needed to know how to fight on horses with a lance, how to use a sword, and how to shoot a bow and arrow. Tournaments were held to allow Knights the cha
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Take your students on a Walking Tour or Gallery Walk through Florence, Italy at the beginning of the Renaissance to allow them to see the changes in architecture, banking, marketplace gatherings, wool-making, art, guilds, and more. This is a 1-2 day Centers Activity for students to visit various loc

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