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Shay's Rebellion Comic Strip {History Guru}
Shay's Rebellion Comic Strip with Standard Based RubricMastery RubricYour comic strip shows understanding of debt, depression, & rebellion.Your Comic Strip identifies the weaknesses of the government under the Articles of Confederation.Your Comic strip analyzes the ideas behind America’s foundin
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Capitalism Project - PBL
Teach your students about the positives and negatives of Capitalism.Capitalism is an economic system that can provide many benefits to a society, however, it can unfortunately provide some disadvantages. Benefits include, economic freedom, growth and innovation, while drawbacks include social inequa
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SS.7.C.1.5 Articles of Confederation Unit
Do you ever dream about being that awesome teacher that has too much time on their hands so that you can make AMAZING unit plans? Don't worry, I have got your back! This unit goes start to finish through the Articles of Confederation. It discusses strengths, weaknesses, and even checks their underst
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Create Your Own Government Structure and Country Civics Activity Project
Create Your Own Government Structure and Country Civics Project is a cumulative or mid term project for my Civics students in high school and includes a rubric and 15 required details to be placed in a brochure or poster. It is an extensive project and will take at least 3-5 hours to complete. My st
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Three Branches of Government Brochure Project and Scoring Rubric
Three Branches of Government Brochure Project and Scoring RubricEngaging project for teaching the branches of our government.Copy the pages front to back and fold. Project images included of The White House, The Capitol, and The Supreme Court (included) so that students can observe and sketch the un
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Government Scrapbook Project
This two page project sheet is a final assessment project for a government class. It outlines 20 different government topics (ex. president, delegated powers, etc.) in which students will have to find newspapers articles throughout the semester that discusses each of the topics. Easily adaptable due
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New Mexico Interactive Notebook
This New Mexico Interactive Notebook is created to help students organize information about their state. The state topics included in this Notebook are as follows: Native Americans, Famous New Mexicans, Recreation Activities, State Symbols, Wildlife, Sports Teams, History of State, Official State In
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Zipped Mock Solving a State or Local problem through Legislation
HOW TO PROPOSE A BILL PROJECT: GETTING YOUR CONCERNS OUT THERE BIG IDEAS: What is a problem in the state of Florida or right here in Lee County that you would like to change? Lets work together to create a solution. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: 1. What is a bill? 2. How does a bill become a law? 3. What a
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Imperialism/Globalization Debate
This is a project created for a class of around 20, but can be adapted to any size. The class will be split into 4 groups. The groups (pro-imperialism, anti-imperialism, pro-globalization, and anti-globalization) will each participate in a debate. pro and anti imperialism will debate one day and
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Choose Your Own Project Adventure for World War II
Allow students to showcase their knowledge and do some research on World War II. You can trust that with the guidelines and your expectations, students will love unleashing their curiosity and creativity building their own project that ranges from a slideshow and essay on the boring side, to a debat
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12 Major Supreme Court Cases Webquest Compare and Contrast Activity
This 2-sided worksheet and webquest collaboratively asks students to work together to research, teach other, compare and contrast, and learn about the significant events and decisions in the Supreme Court's History in the United States. Students get to choose an event from the Judicial Branch, Supr
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Compare and Contrast Essay American History Ideals and Society 20th Century
This compare and contrast essay is given in my United States History class instead of a final. It is 8 pages in length with full instructions, a scoring guide, a peer-review requirements and form included, and a choice of six different decades, 5 American ideals, and 2 special areas of study for stu
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Comparing American Government Issues and Contrasting Presidents and History
This compare and contrast essay is given in my United States History and American Government class instead of a final. It is 8 pages in length with full instructions, a scoring guide, a peer-review requirements and form included, and a choice of six different decades, 5 American ideals, and 2 specia
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Create your own Government Project
Create your own Government ProjectThere are three parts to this project but first you will choose a type of government for your community and write a constitution. You will then create a visual presentation on your community’s government and culture to present to the class. Finally, you will present
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Mega Bundle 150+ Worksheets Tests Projects Activities US History Government Econ
This is it, the MEGA BUNDLE! Basically you can buy my whole store in one huge history resource! More than 150 resources, 579 total pages including 25 tests and quizzes, 50+ assignments, webquests, primary source analysis sheets, and activities, and lots of United States History, Government, Resource
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Campaign and Election Simulation Project Based Learning in Government Activity
This is a really fun way to learn about campaigns, public speaking, and government elections. This is a 22 page document that asks students to watch and review election materials from American history. There are links to commercials, speeches, and campaign data from many different elections. Student
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What is Your Local City Government Doing? Group Project History No Prep
Students explore group projects research local city governments. List 8 local cities on the board, assign them into groups of 4. Allow students a class period to research and organize a presentation. Everyone leaves class with a lot more local knowledge than before. We do this for Civil Rights, and
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Constitutional Learning- Student Workbook- Bill of Rights
This is a file which includes a full page workbook for students who are learning about the U.S. Constitution & Bill of Rights. Can be used with the Companion Digital Powerpoint Pack (link below).https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Constitutional-Learning-Digital-Presentation-4669537Terms
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What Would Historic Leaders think of Modern Events and People? Unique History HW
Choose a historic pair below, and explain what you think the earlier person would write and say about the modern event. This should focus more on ideals than politics. Choose one of the following pairs: Thomas Edison and Elon Musk (inventors) Thomas Jefferson and Ramon Laguarta (CEO of PepsiCo) J. D
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Amendment Project
Want your students to learn the amendments the fun way? This project is an interactive project where students create a presentation and then show a video to teach their classmates about their amendment that was assigned. Included is a detailed rubric! I let students work in groups on the project
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