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Christopher Columbus: Hero or Villain? Think like a historian with Columbus DBQ!The Christopher Columbus, Hero or Villain, activity is also included as part of the much larger Renaissance Unit Bundle, located here:Renaissance Bundle! 10 resources for Renaissance, Reformation, and Exploration! Buy th
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Alexander the Great: A Hero or a Villain? A common-core ready investigation! This Alexander the Great, Hero or Villain, lesson is included in the larger "Ancient Greece Unit" located here: Ancient Greece Unit: 15 engaging lessons to teach Ancient Greece! Buy the bundle and save a bundle! --
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American RevolutionDocument-Based Questions (DBQs) are a great way to expose students to primary sources as well as to make them think about an event in history and respond to it. This unit can be used in a few ways. You can project the full-page images on my board so that we can discuss them, and t
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Boston Massacre, American Revolution, and Primary and Secondary Source Analysis! Uncover Bias! This Boston Massacre lesson is included in the larger Causes of the American Revolution Unit, located here: Causes of the American Revolution Unit! Buy the bundle and save over 25%! ------------ In thi
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Fall of Rome: A Student Investigation! Explore 7 Documents For Why Rome Fell!This Fall of Rome Investigation is included in two bundles to save you big!Ancient Rome Unit: 14 fun, student-centered activities to teach Ancient Rome!Middle Ages Unit: 16 Engaging Lessons to teach the Middle Ages (Medieva
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Japanese Internment Camps Primary Source Reading & Worksheet This is a marvelous first-person account of what it was like for a 19-year-old girl from California to be placed into an internment camp during World War II. Told in a passionate, engaging style by civil rights activist Yuri Kochiya
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American Revolution Primary Sources! Stamp Act & More in the American Revolution!The Primary Sources in the Revolutionary War lesson is included in the larger Causes of the American Revolution Unit, located here:Causes of the American Revolution Unit!Buy the bundle and save over 25%!-----------
Understanding the causes of the Civil War can be a complex task for elementary-age students. This series of worksheets hooks students with primary sources and critical thinking prompts to provide an engaging introduction to the Civil War.This is not an in-depth primary source analysis activity, but
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6 page September 11 (9/11) package includes a two page engaging and informative reading (visual and text) related to the terrorist attacks. This is a great activity for having students analyzing a reading and for analyzing the September 11 (9/11) Attacks and the aftermath. The reading and questions
This packet includes everything you need to teach a great theme lesson using the book The Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles. This is a powerful story with many meaningful themes throughout. If you have a different book about Ruby Bridges, the activities would work well with that book as well.
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To better understand the basic information within the U.S. Constitution, students will browse through this primary source document and find the main ideas regarding the 7 Articles and 27 Amendments. Included are 17 questions about the articles and 27 questions about the amendments. All questions (
Do your students know who Jim Crow was? My students are always shocked to learn about this interesting topic. This reading comprehension and DBQ product will give your students a basic understanding of what the Jim Crow laws were and how they impacted African Americans. The article is 1100-1200 Le
Before we get to the actual war itself it is most important for students to understand how we got there. The four underlying causes of the war which we will be covering are Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism and Nationalism: which we will refer to as the M.A.I.N. causes of World War I. In this ass
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Students read 3 accounts of the events at Pearl Harbor from the point of view of an American soldier, a Japanese bomber, and the White House, answer 23 questions, and compare and contrast the accounts. Two questions have students connect the material to today. They also complete an image analysis
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Monroe Doctrine: Students investigate & make inferences to learn Monroe Doctrine! Google 1:1 Compatible! This lesson is part of the "Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe" Unit Plan, located here: Jefferson, Madison, Monroe Unit Plan! 12 fun lessons for Jeffersonian America! Buy the bundle and save
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Louisiana Purchase Investigation: Primary Sources to Navigate Jefferson's Deal! This lesson is part of the "Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe" Unit Plan, located here: Jefferson, Madison, Monroe Unit Plan! 12 fun lessons for Jeffersonian America! Buy the bundle and save over 20%! -------------------
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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 Common Core f
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13 Colonies - Pilgrims vs. Puritans - Reading and Comparison Chart - This 5 page resource relates to the 13 Colonies of American history and centers on the similarities and differences between the Pilgrims and the Puritans in early 13 Colonies history. The resource includes a detailed 2 page readin
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Native Americans Myth-Busters! Students "bust" 5 American Indian myths! In this highly-engaging lesson, students seek to prove or "bust" 5 myths surrounding Native Americans (American Indians). Students examine SIX different sources and gather evidence to prove or bust 5 myths regarding Native Ame
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For this common-core aligned activity students will analyze primary and secondary sources to determine the causes of the Great Depression in the United States. First, students will read and answer critical-thinking questions to obtain historical context about the time period. They will then analyze
This excellent analysis of the Book of the Dead from Ancient Egypt integrates Common Core reading strategies with a fantastic primary source document! The resource features an introduction and then several excerpts from the Book of the Dead followed by open-ended analysis questions, a chart, and fi
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This thorough packet includes 6 documents from the American homefront during WW2 along with background readings on each. Students analyze key information from short paragraphs, posters, and more to answer questions for each. This is a fantastic overview of how life changed for Americans during the
This DBQ addresses the Common Core State Standards. It has been updated with a page outlining the English Language Arts/History/Social Studies grades 6-8, 9-10, and 11-12 CCSS that it addresses. **You can buy all SIX Ancient History DBQ's in a separate listing here and SAVE over $10.00 vs. buyin
Through this reading passage, students will learn about the landmark trial Brown v. Board of Education. 20 questions (matching and multiple choice) assess students' understanding of the topic. Some of the questions are document-based to further assess them. Please check out the PREVIEW to see exa

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