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Reader's Theater:  The story of Rosa Parks  (differentiated)
This engaging, whole class activity includes THREE reader’s theater scripts on different reading levels to provide differentiation while at the same time providing integration on the history and contributions of Rosa Parks! Students will practice fluency and expression while they learn about this im
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“Dark times have befallen the land. You must embrace the task to build a new colony, a beacon of hope, for the future of humanity. You have been given a ship, supplies and a group of young unknown volunteers to help lead and guide the way for the future refugees coming to your colony, seeking a new
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The Admissions Game, 1840
Your US history class (grades 7 and up) becomes the Admissions Committee for the fictitious United States University, inducting its first Freshman class in 1840. Which movers and shakers of the day will be accepted? Your students will write Recommendation Letters for their candidates and then your w
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Historical Theater Magnum Opus © All Major Events from 1620 to 2000
Looking for an engaging way to explain historical concepts? Tired of giving lectures on complex historical topics? Do you have high energy students looking for an outlet? Ask yourself: which will students remember more: a lecture on the Boston Tea Party or that time Timmy, the Captain of the footba
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