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This passage provides an overview of the Arms Race during the Cold War. 20 questions (matching, multiple choice, and DBQ) assess students' understanding. Please check out the PREVIEW to see exactly what you are getting. The ZIP file has a PDF student version for posting on personal sites, such as
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This is an activity that can either be used as a homework activity, in class independent activity, or used with a small group of students. The passages are taken from npr.org and biography.com and are both easily accessible. Links to the article are included in the packet. Enjoy!
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This 2-page, common-core aligned activity will help students to understand the Berlin Blockade. Diverse types of sources are included for your students to analyze. The SoapsTONE strategy is used. Print and digital versions included. Perfect for distance learning.This product includes both a print a
This slideshow pages explains the Industrial Revolution in Europe to students. The guided notes directly correspond with the slideshow. You can post the PDF slideshow to your Google classroom or Canvas, or email directly. Please do NOT post on public sites. Students should be able to guide themselve
The “BAG” method allows students during the peer editing process of writing to provide quick, specific, helpful, and understandable feedback. There are two copies of the BAG sentence starters on the page. I have my students glue this reference sheet into their ELA interactive notebook.
One of the shifts of the common core is "Reading, writing and speaking grounded in evidence from text, both literary and informational." Is it always warranted that a student cite using MLA format? No. Teaching students how to informally cite text to support what is explicitly stated and to suppo
In this Puritan primary source activity, students learn first hand about the influence of John Winthrop, the "city upon a hill", the rules Puritans were expected to follow, plus much more!
This DBQ provides several documents, including numerous primary sources (Federalist Papers, Brutus), and relevant background information on the battle between federalists and antifederalists to ratify the U.S. Constitution. Students should work with a partner or in small groups to work through the d
This is a worksheet that I use during my Unit on the Reconstruction. It is a popular political cartoon from this time period. It is an awesome cartoon that the students are required to identify the items in the picture, explain their significance, the purpose of the cartoon, and then their opinion
Enjoy a collection of posters for your classroom that give step by step directions on how to craft a througho response to any DBQ question. If you are looking for more detailed student handouts. See my DBQ Toolkit which contains a student booklet that steps students through the entire process.
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"There they were - dead and scalped - horses gone, and wagons on fire. The Indians had taken all the freight they could use, piled wood under the wagons, and set it on fire.”This engaging NO PREP reading passage will leave your students with an unforgettable understanding of the hardships faced by s
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This NO PREP stations activity presents a variety of trench warfare topics with intriguing primary source accounts and visually appealing photosets. The resource is available in PDF and Google Docs formats! Increase student growth and engagement using fun and effective methods!Each station contains
The purpose of this DBQ is to analyze why the French and Spanish settled in the locations they did throughout Louisiana. Students will investigate and come to the conclusion that both natural resources and physical features play a major role in determining the locations for settlement. This activity
Holocaust & WWII DBQ Freebie!This DBQ will engage your students to examine the propaganda of WWII, the Holocaust, and Hitler’s reign. SS.7.C.2.11Analyze media and political communications (bias, symbolism, propaganda).Document Based QuestioningWhat will the students learn?The students will be le
As the nation was reconstructing after the Civil War, various viewpoints arose as to how newly freed slaves would be incorporated into society. Two prominent men in this debate, Booker T. Washington and WEB DuBois, had differing viewpoints about how African Americans would achieve the equality gran
This product was developed to put thousands of primary source documents that engage students in the study of world history at your fingertips. It is a list of 10 websites containing hundreds of texts, manuscripts, photos, prints, maps, oral histories, political cartoons, motion pictures, sound recor
These "historical thinking" sentence starters help students write and think like historians. You'll be amazed at how much their writing changes!
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Civil Rights Movement Document Based Questions DBQ #KINDNESSNATION #WEHOLDTHESETRUTHS Click here for the digital classroom version if you are a 1:1, Google, or Paperless Classroom This practice will allow your students to dig deep and analyze the various aspects concerning the Civil Rights Moveme
This Mini-DBQ Worksheet covers some of the causes of WWI. It works great as an introduction to the causes of World War I and can easily be given as a subplan as all instructions and resources are on the two page worksheet. Answer key is provided. Students analyze maps, charts, and primary sources
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“He was dressed in buckskin, and was on his hands and knees. He had been shot through the side, and there was blood coming from his mouth. He seemed to be watching the Indians moving around him. Four soldiers were sitting up around him, but they were all badly wounded. All the other soldiers wer
Primary source analysis worksheet containing excerpts from Thomas Paine's 'Common Sense.' 2 page reading with 6 short answer questions. Great for guided practice with class discussion to follow. Recommended for high school, especially AP US History. Many higher-level thinking questions, designed to
The following FREE resource is a nonfiction article about genetics and heredity in athletics including Common Core questions with standard alignment. Science Genetics and Heredity in Sports Article - FREE DOWNLOAD!! by Dr. Joel Boyce is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Lic
The Road to the American Revolution: The Boston Massacre This assessment/activity includes a primary source document, scaffolding activities, and a page for the final writing process. This can be used as an activity in your lesson/unit plans to teach the Boston Massacre or serve as an assessment f
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Students read 2 primary sources (one on Washington's inauguration and one on his death) and answer 10 questions of varying difficulty. They then complete 5 creative tasks to fill in the gaps between Washington's inauguration and death, including a timeline, social media posts, and discussing the pr

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