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Sharecropping during Reconstruction: Was life fair or unfair for the freedmen?
Sharecropping during Reconstruction: Was life fair or unfair for the freedmen? This lesson is included as part of the American Reconstruction Unit Plan, located here: American Reconstruction Unit Plan! Buy the Bundle and save a Bundle! ---------------------------- In this very engaging and Comm
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Global - Primary & Secondary Sources - 23/24 - 10th Gr - Genocide/Human Rights
Eighteen short-answer questions, worth 23 total points and spanning 14 pages, based on primary and secondary sources about genocide, child soldiers and modern human rights issues. These 14 pages of questions are aligned with the New York State Regents exam, however, they can be useful to any social
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Dred Scott Supreme Court Decision: Common Core Analysis
Dred Scott Case Common Core Analysis of the Justice’s Opinions: Dred Scott was an enslaved African American who sued for his freedom and his case went all the way to the Supreme Court. This is a great activity to help your students dive deeper into the Dred Scott v. Sanford case by annotating prima
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American Government DBQ (Federalism and Physician-Assisted Suicide)
A complete Document-Based Question that includes 7+ documents, charts, visuals that lead students to write an essay as to whether the national government should legitimize physician-assisted suicide.
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Sacco and Vanzetti Stimulus Based Questions
This assignment contains 3 separate primary sources. The sources includes; (1.) Document 1, Background Information; After they were sentenced to death, this poster was made from a comment Vanzetti made to news reporters. (2.)Document 2, “Letters to Supporters from Sacco and Vanzetti” Background
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In Cold Blood: Students Create and Write Synthesis Essay
This assignment, accompanied with a thorough rubric, asks students to create their own synthesis prompt and essay based issues found in Truman Capote's In Cold Blood. There are nine prompt suggestions (or students can create their own). They are responsible for finding five academic sources that cou
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My Lai Massacre Primary Source Comparison
This assignment has students look at the different perspectives of the My Lai Massacre. They read from Lt. William Calley, other soldiers who were involved, a letter from a citizens of My Lai, and look at a cartoon and newspaper front page. They will be asked to make three conclusions about each sou
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Children and Family Law
Students assess certain child custody situations and decide which parent will be the custodial parent, which will be the noncustodial parent, or if the situation warrants joint custody. Next, they analyze infographics and data about the foster care system. This includes data on children who age out
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HISTORY DETECTIVE:  Death of President Zachary Taylor - Primary Source Analysis
For this installment of HISTORY DETECTIVE, students will examine primary and secondary source documents and use evidence from those documents to justify their claim concerning a 170-year-old mystery: Who Killed President Zachary Taylor? Background: On July 4, 1850- after only 16 months in office-
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Nuremberg Trial Stimulus Based Questions
This assignment contains 7 primary source documents covering the Nuremberg Trial. The document is separated into two sections; Section 1 The Crimes, and Section 2 The Trial The sources include; Solomon Radasky Warsaw Ghetto survivor, Jenny Schaner Auschwitz survivor, Nuremberg Trials Charter, Chi
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John Adams' Boston Massacre Diary Entry Primary Doc Interpretation Activity
This activity was designed to be a multi-day warm-up activity, but it can be used as a stand-alone activity. This activity uses an excerpt from John Adams' diary entry from a few years after the Boston Massacre, in which he reflects on his decision to defend the British soldiers involved in the inf
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Hammurabi’s Code (DBQ)
This resource has students complete an analysis of Hammurabi's Code. This would be a great assignment to extend student learning/thinking. Works great in Kagan structures or collaborative assignment.
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Argumentative Writing- Adult Time for Adult Crimes???
Students analyze excerpts of interviews from various lawyers and judges in the juvenile justice system. Students are asked to think about the pros and cons of the juvenile justice system, while evaluating the credibility of their sources. Students then reflect on the question of whether or not juven
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Challenges to Civil Liberties Document Based Questions
This assignment contains 4 primary source documents covering the Espionage Act 1917, Sedition Act 1918. The sources includes; (1.) Espionage Act 1917 (2.) Sedition Act 1918 (3.) Speech in Canton, Ohio 1918 Eugene Debs (4.) Schenck v. United States 1919 (5.) Abrams v. United States 1919 Each docum
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Affordable Care Act and Supreme Court Case Study
This reading has select excerpts on the Supreme Court's decision regarding the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act. Following the majority opinion, there is a excerpt of a concurrence as well as excerpts of dissenting opinions. There are also guided questions to go along with it to help
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Why did suffragettes go on hunger strike in prison - campaign for the vote
This 9 slide powerpoint is animated with sound effects. It covers the topic of women suffrage campaigners or suffragettes experience in British prisons. Excellent for a unit of women's history. I contains information and primary sources on: Arrest Hunger striking Forced-feeding Class divide in pr
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Post-Cold War Primary Source Readings
This packet on the Post-Cold War era (1989-2001) has three primary source reading packets, a vocabulary list and a worksheet. Each reading includes 8-10 document-based-questions or require students to do web research on the topic. It includes: 1. NAFTA debate: H. Ross Perot's "Giant sucking sound,
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Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County War Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use short primary source documents to learn about Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County War. The worksheet allows students to read five short primary sources related to Billy the Kid. The primary sources focus on the Billy the Kid before, during, and after the Lincol
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Principles of the US Constitution
Students will use this presentation of images, videos, and text to learn about popular sovereignty, checks and balances, federalism, separation of powers, and limited government. Included is the student note sheet and the completed answer packet.
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Presidential system Versus Parliamentary system
This is a chart to help students analyze the difference between the American Presidential system and the British Parliamentary system.
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Texas v Johnson; The Supreme Court and First Amendment
This contains 4 documents: 1. A background reading to the landmark Supreme Court case Texas v Johnson with questions about the process and an introduction to problems with first amendment. 2. Answers 3. The decision to Texas v Johnson with questions 4. Answers This is how I begin my mini unit on fr
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Hammurabi's Code History Investigation
In this engaging history investigation, students analyze laws in Hammurabi's Code to construct an argument explaining how the laws should be remembered in history. This resource includes document based questions and writing prompt.
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Tinker v DesMoines - Students and Free Speech
This is a series of brief primary and secondary sources surrounding the landmark Supreme Court case, Tinker v DesMoines. Students will use all of the sources to first, determine what the case was about, and second, understand how the Supreme Court protects a students right to free speech. Includes s
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“The Warren Court Decisions” : Document Based Questions
This assignment contains 5 separate sources, covering the the The Warren Court's Decisions. The sources include;(1.)David M. O’Brien, “The Supreme Court: From Warren to Burger to Rehnquist,” PS, Winter 1987(2.)Kermit Hall, “The Warren Court in Historical Perspective,” Bernard Schwartz, ed., The Warr
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