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This resource is a creative middle school social studies project. Included in the project is an assignment description and rubric. This resource was created to align with the 7th grade social studies textbook Discovering Our Past: A History of the United States, Early Years. However, the project was
This resource is a creative middle school social studies project. Included in the project is an assignment description and rubric. This resource was created to align with the 7th grade social studies textbook Discovering Our Past: A History of the United States, Early Years. However, the project was
After my students finish reading their historical fiction book club book, I have them complete a project called "Quilting the Past." The description of this project is below: You and your book club have been reading your book critically and looking at how power, position, and perspective all intera
TERRIFIC HISTORICAL FICTION BY ELLEN KLAGES, THE GREEN GLASS SEA IS SET AGAINST THE BACKDROP OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ATOM BOMB TRINITY TEST. THIS ENGAGING SET OF ACTIVITIES FOR ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL INCLUDES TIMELINE, ACTIVITIES, FINAL PROJECT, AND RUBRIC. PROMOTES DEEPER LEARNING.
This is a rigorous historical fiction book project that encourages students to research an era that their book took place in while comparing this to events in book. Students will explore struggles of characters and how they dealt with these struggles. Students will also be asked to unfold the plot o
This common core historical fiction book project asks students to revisit specific parts of the novel read and explain how that portion of the novel helped him/her understand more about a certain aspect of history. Because direct citation is required, students cannot "Google" the answer. This is a
In an effort to prepare my grade 8 students for independent work in high school, I have introduced the Independent Genre Study Project. While I use this in grade 8, it could easily be used from grade 6-10. This booklet is handed out at the beginning of September. It asks kids to read five books of
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"Two Research Paper Projects" entices middle and high school students to compose a 6-10 page paper where they deep dive into a general topic to develop a premise that hooks their heads and hearts. They choose the sources from a variety of types including but not limited to: books, periodicals-hardc
This bundle contains 18 United States history projects, related to key topics spanning from pre-history to the Reconstruction Era. Each project asks students to use what they've learned in social studies and/or extend their understanding by engaging in research on a topic. In addition, projects as
This bundle contains 32 United States history projects, related to key topics spanning from prehistory to the present day. Each project asks students to use what they've learned in social studies and/or extend their understanding by engaging in research on a topic. In addition, projects ask student
This bundle contains 15 United States history projects, related to key topics spanning from the Reconstruction Era to the present day. Each project asks students to use what they've learned in social studies and/or extend their understanding by engaging in research on a topic. In addition, project
American Revolutionary War Literature Circles This product is a middle school, literature circle unit, focusing on the American Revolution and deeper thinking question skills. The unit, in its entirety, will take four weeks. “Guns for General Washington” is divided into four sections with 10 Tier I
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This resource has everything you need to teach your middle school students about the ancient Greek Philosophers - Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. At the end of this unit, your students will have an in-depth understanding of their beliefs and teachings. Included in the Resource:✓ Pre-reading questio
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This product includes lesson plans for nine 45 minute classes, needed worksheets and the project rubric. These lessons introduce five fiction genres: historical fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy, mystery and science fiction, allows students to sample different genres and become an expert in a spec
This packet includes: 1. An explanation of what historical fiction is 2. Suggestions of middle school historical fiction books 3. Directions for a "make your own scrapbook" book report 4. A teacher example of the book report
Learning How to Understand a Source? Need to teach your students demonstrate their understanding? Need Material for Distance Learning? Need activities like Notice and Note?These 9 Fiction or Non-Fiction Strategy is designed for success in middle school or high school. The Product includes 9 Great P
This bundle includes my Fiction Genres Unit for Middle School Library and my Dewey Decimal Mini Unit for Middle School Library. The Fiction Genres unit includes lesson plans for nine 45 minute classes, needed worksheets and the project rubric. These lessons introduce five fiction genres: historical
Hi! This is a great activity that incorporates writing and reading into your social studies curriculum! If you are studying immigration with your upper-elementary or middle school students, this book is a wonderful companion! "When Jessie Came Across the Sea" is written by Amy Hest and illustrated
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This resource has everything you need to teach your middle school students about Augustus, the first emperor of the Roman Empire. At the end of this unit, your students will have an in-depth understanding of his actions, improvements and legacy. Included in the Product✓ Pre-reading questions✓ Two
Need to hold students accountable during distance learning? Want to use Twitter for your students? Need a fun project during stance learning?Twitter Tweets: Fiction & Non-Fiction is designed for success in middle school or high school level. This project includes project examples, blank template
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Need to hold students accountable during distance learning? Want to use Twitter for your students? Need a fun project during stance learning?Twitter Tweets: Fiction & Non-Fiction is designed for success in middle school or high school level. This project includes project examples, blank template
American Revolutionary War Literature CirclesEver wonder how to differentiate instruction, teach leveled reading, have differentiated assessments and do it in a classroom with mixed learning abilities?  Literature Circles may be the answer.  My specialty is historical fiction.  My husband is a socia
This packet guides students through the reading of historical, science, realistic (Michigan 8th grade genres) fiction AND a choice other fiction extra credit book. I use these packets (four pages each--2 pages copied back to back) during March is Reading Month to keep them focused on skills/concept
Why Illuminated Manuscripts? Art is an engaging way to give students visual insight into literature, whether it’s mythology, historical fiction, historical non-fiction, or even modern works. It also lends itself beautifully to the writing and interpretation of poetry. The added bonus is that student

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