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Common Core differentiated practice- Author's viewpoint
6-8.6 Identify aspects of a text that reveal an author's point of view or purpose (e.g., loaded language, inclusion or avoidance of particular facts). In this activity, students will be required to use textual clues in order to determine evidence that reveals the author’s argument regarding the cel
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DBQ Practice : US History - Sectionalism
Help your students hone their DBQ skills! Since many students can get overwhelmed doing full DBQs, sometimes they need help and can gather confidence by strengthening their ability to analyze sources effectively. This dbq practice worksheet is a political cartoon analysis. This primary source po
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Bull Run by Paul Fleischman book study and project
When reading the book Bull Run by Paul Fleischman, students are each asked to record important details about one of the characters in the book and then create a poster demonstrating their learning. This purchase provides a form for them to record the information on, instructions for the poster proj
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Manifest Destiny Scavenger Hunt / Document Analysis Lesson
Unit/Class: Social Studies (American History) Unit Essential Question: In what ways can change/progress/growth be positive and negative?Today’s Aim: How did people living in the United States in the 1800’s feel about Manifest Destiny?*Lesson Plan and all worksheets included. (Powerpoint included in
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Investigation: Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire (Station-Learning and Research)
Lesson: Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Investigation Day Two (Station Learning) *Goes along with the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Gallery Walk (Day 1); during this lesson students will research/analyze primary and secondary sources to answer questions they generated during the Gallery Walk
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Common Core-Aligned Informational Text Grades 7-9: The JFK Assassination
I highly recommend bookmarking and saving the video below for use before using this reading assessment/history printable. It is a four-minute summary using news footage from that day and is appropriate for upper elementary children and above: Short Educational Video on Kennedy Assassination This p
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The Cabin Faced West by Jean Fritz: Creative Guide for Westward Movement Novel
Complete guide for close reading that provides options for differentiation. Critical thinking and literal level questions. Help all students appreciate the life of a pioneer family who moved to the frontier of western Pennsylvania in 1784, told from the perspective of a young girl. Students will be
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People, Documents & Government Critical Thinking: Virginia Studies 6a, 6b, 10a
This packet includes materials for enhancing your teaching of Washington and Madison's roles during the post-Revolutionary War period (VS6a), the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom (VS 6b), and Virginia's government (VS 10a). They address the critical think
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Mysteries and Wonders Passage and Assessment #18: The Abominable Snowman
The Abominable Snowman, or yeti, is a giant monster said to live in the snowy Himalaya Mountains of China, Nepal, and Tibet. But is this a real living creature or just an imaginary monster of the superstitious local people? This article examines expeditions and investigations that claim to have prov
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U.S. Constitution Step by Step -- Article I Worksheet
Fully differentiated into two learning levels, this detailed Article I Worksheet provides students with more than a dozen pages of close reading activities that require them to dive deep into a key primary source: Article I of the U.S. Constitution! Liven up your government teaching with this guide
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Oregon Trail on Google Earth
Cross country road trip that follows the original Oregon Trail across northern US, stopping in all the major towns, cities and landmarks. Various activities to do at each site. The activities cover a range of cross-curriculum fun at each point and include maths, science, language, social studies, ge
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Gun Control | Gun Rights
A challenging topic, but one that needed to be discussed in my class. The worksheets cover both sides of the debate about gun control and the right to bear arms, and students are encouraged to develop their own opinions.The worksheets created a lot of discussion by focusing on the slogans, the stati
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Gun Control | Gun Rights Value Bundle
A challenging topic, but one that needed to be discussed in my class. The worksheets cover both sides of the debate about gun control and the right to bear arms, and students are encouraged to develop their own opinions.The worksheets created a lot of discussion by focusing on the slogans, the stati
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KEEPING SCORE,by Linda Sue Park: A Novel Study
Perfect for use during baseball season, this is a ready-to-use, 35-page packet. It is designed to use with a literature circle or book club group composed of students in grades 5-8. Included is a bookmark master (copy, cut in half, and give to students to keep track of vocabulary words while rea
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Revolutionary War Novel Study
Connect reading and history by conducting a Revolutionary War novel study. This resource can be used with any fiction books set in the Revolutionary War time period. Students will identify literary elements and analyze aspects of the Revolutionary War as they read. The documents in this resource
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Civil Rights Song Activity
This activity includes six Civil Rights songs written and performed by Nina Simone between the years of 1965-1968. Put the students into small groups or you can have them analyze the song individually first and then break them into groups for discussion. The worksheet provided will give the student
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Christopher Columbus Lesson Plans, Interactive Notebook, & Encounter Bundle
Christopher Columbus Lesson Plans with Differentiated Interactive Notebook and Encounter Read Aloud MEGA Bundle (Grades 4-6)*** Click on the green preview button above to see what's inside! ***This huge bundle requires absolutely NO PREPARATION ***INCLUDES A FREE TEST PREP PASSAGE***................
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Document Analysis: Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan
This worksheet looks at short excerpts from both the Truman Doctrine and Marshall plan, has students engage in a HIPP analysis of the primary sources, and then students compare and contrast what they have read. This worksheet would work great as an introduction to the Truman Doctrine and Marshall
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DBQ Practice : HIPP CAMEL worksheet : End of Cold War
Help your students hone their DBQ skills! This worksheet was created for AP Level students. Specifically, for AP US History, but could also work in an World History Class. PAGE 1: Source and Description PAGE 2: HIPP CAMEL ANALYSIS Overview: This HIPP CAMEL analysis is the framework by which stud
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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass Reading Passage and Song Part 1
This narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass reading comprehension passage is written in the form of a song that explores the early years of his life from an autobiographical point of view. The passage uses one song that can be accessed on YouTube or TPT for students to listen to as a part of th
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Revolutionary War Cross Curricular Primary Source Activity for Authors Viewpoint
Students who are studying the Revolutionary war and have some background of King George III will enjoy using primary sources to learn about author's viewpoint. Students will use primary and secondary source documents. Students will be able to determine authors or artists viewpoint/ perspective usi
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1970s: President Gerald Ford: Successful Presidency? grade him lesson plan
PRESIDENT GERALD FORD:August 9, 1974 – January 20, 1977 WAS HIS PRESIDENCY A SUCCESS? Background: President Gerald Ford became President August 9, 1974 after President Richard Nixon resigned. Although he had quite an impressive background, President Ford pardoned President Nixon- making Ford unpo
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Martin Luther King, Jr. "I have a Dream" Speech Activity
Students will listen to and read along with the the famous speech. They will then analyze the speech in groups with the worksheets provided by the teacher. When starting this activity you can have a short discussion on what was happening in the US at this time. Students will have a chance to discus
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The Iroquois, American Revolution, and French & Indian War MEGA Unit Toolbox
The Iroquois, American Revolution, French & Indian War MEGA Bundle Toolbox with The Scarlet Stocking Spy Differentiated Read Aloud Activities,and our George Washington Read Aloud Interactive Activities with Test Prep Passage! BONUS!! Now includes our Social Studies Themed STEM: The Iroquois Long
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