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Julius Caesar Obituary
Students are tasked with writing about the life of Julius Caesar in a obituary format. Students have to write from the perspective of one of these individuals/groups: Roman Soldiers, Roman Senators, Roman Working Class, People of Gaul, Slaves, People of Provinces. A newspaper obituary template is
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Nat Turner Obituary
This assignment requires students to create an obituary reflecting on the life of Nat Turner (thus pre-teaching on Nat Turner is required) The directions are setup to work with Google Docs but this is a Microsoft Word editable document so that it can reflect your needs. Some editing will be require
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Obituary: Draco and Solon Assignment
Obituary: Draco and Solon Directions: Please research “Draco” and “Solon” these men were leaders of Athens. Then create an obituary for each man using the information below. You may do the research with a partner but, each person should write their own obituary. How to write an Obituary Begin with
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Salem Witch Obituary
A fun, exciting Internet-based activity for middle school American history or an integrated technology class. Or, buy the entire series of projects "14 Middle School Projects For American History 1500-1799".
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Obituaries of the Explorers of the New World
This unit can be used while studying the Explorers of the New World. In this pack, you will find instructions for researching an explorer, writing their obituary, creating their headstone and presenting the project using an interactive website called “Blabberize.” Additionally, I have included a ru
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Six Quick Ted Talks to Teach Leadership and Build Character
Ted Talks are an awesome way to break up a long class period, transition between units, or provide a little pick-me-up if students seem a bit down or off their game. I've searched through hundreds of talks (not necessarily a chore) and found these six that my students enjoyed the most. This product
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Westward Expansion Project
Students will create a newspaper about the significant events during Westward Expansion (Oregon Trail, Texas Revolution, Mexican-American War, and the Gold Rush). On each page, students will have a headline, summary, and then they will choose a task (For example- Create an Advertisement, Map, Carto
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American History Projects (US History Projects)
The bundle contains 18 engaging projects for essential content in American History (Thirteen Colonies through Reconstruction). Students will be creating a brochure, timeline, booklet, mobile, Google Slides/PowerPoint presentation, poster, flipbook, postcard, foldable, 3D Cube, mini book, advertiseme
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US History Summer School Projects (13 Colonies through Reconstruction)
The bundle contains 17 engaging projects for essential content in American History (Thirteen Colonies through Reconstruction). Students will be creating a brochure, timeline, booklet, mobile, Google Slides/PowerPoint presentation, poster, flipbook, postcard, 3D Cube, advertisement and a newspaper. T
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