Life in the West is a colorful 15 slide Power Point describing the customs and environment of the Makah, Great Basin, Pueblo, Navajo and Apache Indians. This beautiful presentation is a concise, well organized introduction to Native Americans for the younger student or a comprehensive review for a N
The resources focuses on life in West Germany in the 1960s and 1970s and youth tensions. The student riots of 1968 are explored. The resource also provides guidance on developing essay writing skills. The resource is designed to be used inside and outside of the classroom by teachers and students.
Handout with primary documents on life in the West/homestead act. Includes a modified reading (personal letter by a settler), and two Homestead Act posters.
Students are to read, highlight key info, and annotate as they do. Students must then analyze the reading by filling out the Analysis Work
71-slide PowerPoint covering life in the United States West after the Civil War. This is a slide set, created by a professional university historian that can be used for college, high school, adult learning, and home schooling. This is one slide set in a full US History, Part 2 course. It has been u
Have you ever attended a recruitment fair - such as a college or career fair? The recruiters use so many different skills to encourage you to join their team. In this PBL activity, students develop those same skills to recruit visitors at the fair to join their group in the West. Students are divide
A must have for elementary and middle school teachers of West Virginia History! Topics this reading passage touches on: Origins, age, and range of the Appalachian MountainsHistory of Timbering in WV Creation of the WV Division of Forestry and Monongahela National ForestCommon mammals, birds, reptile
This 54 slide PowerPoint demonstrates a variety of pictures and detailed text highlighting the daily life of Native Americans in the West. The author includes informative text and original photographs as well as pictures taken of old photos of Native Americans that were in museums and gift shops.
In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will rotate through a series of mini-activities to learn more about life in the Wild West for women, Chinese, children, miners and more. (See free preview download for detailed lesson information.) Lesson warm-up, teacher instructions, teach
This product features a picture symbol story naming the students' school, address, city, county, state, country, continent, and planet. To follow up the story, picture symbol sequence cards are provided along with a matching worksheet.
This story is the West Virginia version but I would be glad to
This is a set of 5 different challenges centered around the story of a pioneer family. After hearing about their travels west in the Land Rush of 1889, students will read 5 diary entries. Each one will challenge them to design something to help the family build their new life.Includes 5 different ch
NEW IN 2020: Rigorous! Thought-provoking! Discussion-based! This 165-page MEGA-BUNDLE promises to elicit dynamic engagement from all students without compromising on intellectual rigor. The pre-reading slideshow, daily quizzes, discussion prompts, close-reading exercises, creative writing assignment
The Medieval Period Quick Guide in Music History is a quick guide to music samples, videos, fun facts, and major composers of the medieval period of western art music history. This interactive slideshow allows you to introduce middle school or junior high students to music in the medieval period.**N
As Native Americans continued to hunt, they came into conflict with American settlers in the West in the late 1800s. Soldiers clashed with Native Americans at the Massacre at Sand Creek in 1864. The Native Americans at Sand Creek in Colorado were slaughtered. United States Militia killed 150 people,
Slavery in the South Brochure! This foldable brochure was created to address the following ideas of Slavery in the South:
Slaves from Barbados and West Africa
The daily life of a slave
The Gullah culture
Originally, this was created to cover South Carolina third grade state standa
For less than a Starbucks coffee, you can have 11 easy assessments for that hit all the outcomes related to topic 5.2 Histories and Stories of Ways of Life in Canada.I love projects and using them in the classroom but sometimes my students want a break from big projects and I need to do a quick asse
Boy howdy folks . . . we have a hot one! The Wild West: Cowboy Flavored Math & Reading Activity Packet has everything you need to keep your little buckaroos engaged, working hard, and learning. This packet is filled with standards-based activities, math centers, literacy centers, writing temp
Language Arts Fun in the Wild West PackageAligned with Common Core Standards 5.L.5.1 and 5.L.5.1.aStandard 5.L.5.1: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.Standard 5.L.5.1.a: Explain the function of conjunctions, prepositions, and interj
This is a 31 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on the Western Expansion in the United States - The Mountain Men. Each of the slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.A mountain man was a trapper and explorer who lived in the wilderness. They were most comm
This Google product contains the second of four lessons from the late 1800's in the United States.Lesson objectives:Analyze the impact of mining and railroads on the settlement of the West.Explain the impact of physical and human geographic factors on the settlement of the Great Plains.Analyze treat
WEST VIRGINIA STATE SYMBOLS:The West Virginia symbols included in this notebook are: the capital, the state flag, state bird, and state flower.This set includes links to learn about each symbol. Wall charts are included with real photos so your children will have a better understanding of how the sy