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United States of America and Canada Reading & SPRITE Activity Set
United States of America and Canada SPRITE Activity Set Introduce a Geography or other unit on the United States and Canada with this Reading, Organizing, Activity & Writing Set. Use to cover the entire unit or as a packet for absent or homeschool students. All activities require students to
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Close Reading: Girl Power!-Women's Suffrage to Beyonce and "Independent Women"
The goal of this lesson is for students to be able to explain how views of women have changed across time by analyzing texts for author's craft. Perfect for the Reading or Language Arts teacher looking to include informational text or the Social Studies teacher looking to incorporate reading skills
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The Gingerbread Gazette Newspaper Activities
THIS IS NOT A SEASONAL NEWSPAPER--NO MENTION OF CHRISTMAS, SANTA CLAUS, ELVES, ETC. About the Activities The Gingerbread Gazette (newspaper) Using Text Features How Well Did You Read? Word Splash Describe a gingerbread Man Gingerbread Man template Favorite Character (poster) Character Traits (black
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Honors World History Enlightenment Primary Sources
Guided Practice Primary Documents of the Greatest Enlightenment Philosophers What did Locke, Hobbes, Rousseau and Montesquieu have to say when it came to law, government, natural rights, civic responsibilities? Each primary source document includes specific excerpts and guided questions that allow
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Text Dependent Analysis Independent Study
This is a short unit intended for students who can work independently in a small group. While teaching text dependent analysis (TDA), I have found that, usually, about a third of the students understand, can respond properly, and need a bit of a challenge when dealing with TDA. Students are expected
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Compare and Contrast Historical Documents Writing Analysis With Sample Responses
Students read excerpts of Patrick Henry's speech to the Virginia Convention and the Declaration of Independence and then are asked to compare and contrast the themes and style of the pieces. A sample annotated response is given to show an exemplary response. Teachers can first go over the speeches w
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Close Reading Template Jamestown
This close read focus' in on "Children for the Colony of Jamestown". This gives guided questions, time to reflect and digs into the vocab. This is a great way to incorporate Marzano strategies alongside ELA annotated text strategies to increase gains by 35%. If your students are struggling with c
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American Revolution Unit: Lessons, Readings, Breakouts & Tests/ Middle School
Experiencing History is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of Early American History & Social Studies. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, refined over many years to provide students with a wide spectrum of learning experiences. There are
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Expansion West Unit: Lessons, Readings, Breakouts & Tests/ Middle School
Experiencing History is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of Early American History & Social Studies. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, refined over many years to provide students with a wide spectrum of learning experiences. There are
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Constitution Unit: Lessons, Readings, Breakouts & Tests / Middle School
Experiencing History is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of Early American History & Social Studies. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, refined over many years to provide students with a wide spectrum of learning experiences. There are
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Andrew Jackson's Speech on Texas Independence
Students read excerpts of President Jackson's address on Texas' Independence and potential annexation into the United States and answer 15 questions. This would be great for a sub and the answers are included where appropriate! The reading itself is a bit more than a page and a half.Sample questio
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American Colonies Unit: Lessons, Readings, Breakouts & Tests/ Middle School
Experiencing History is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of Early American History & Social Studies. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, refined over many years to provide students with a wide spectrum of learning experiences. There are
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New Nation Unit: Lessons, Readings, Breakouts & Tests/ Middle School
Experiencing History is a complete social studies curriculum designed for middle school students of Early American History & Social Studies. Each Google Slide/PowerPoint is a stand-alone lesson, refined over many years to provide students with a wide spectrum of learning experiences. There are
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Communism and Capitalism: Adam Smith vs. Karl Marx activities
Look no further on how to explain communism and capitalism to your students. This has students analyzing communism and capitalism as well. These governments are vital for world history, government courses, and explaining United States history. For your students in Maryland taking HSA government, thi

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Louisiana Social Studies Standards, 4th Grade, Unit 3 (Full Unit!)
United States Government, 4th Grade Louisiana Social Studies, Unit 3**The materials in this unit were designed for Louisiana Student Standards, but can be used in any state since the focus is on the American Revolution.** If you teach social studies in Louisiana right now, you know it can be challen
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Student News: The Life and Words of Martin Luther King Jr. (4 Lessons)
First off, thank you so much for considering this lesson. I hope this lesson blesses you as it has my students and I! This download contains four lessons. They are designed to be delivered sequentially, spread out once a week for a month, given for homework or however you like. The main text in th
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Perspective and Point of View Skills Lesson: Analyzing Background Blurbs
This is an excellent skills lesson for students to analyze perspective! When history students are provided a text that is accompanied by some background or sourcing information, often times it is overlooked. This lesson is designed using the Gradual Release of Responsibility model to teach the skill
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Student News: CBS Anchor Maggie Rodriguez
First off, thank you so much for considering this lesson. I hope this lesson blesses you as it has my students and I! The main text this lesson centers around is Maggie Rodriguez and her contributions to the world of Journalism. This lesson also discusses the importance of being a smart, intelligen
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Student News: Journalist Convicted in Iran
First off, thank you so much for considering this lesson. I hope this lesson blesses you as it has my students and I! The main text this lesson discusses is the conviction of Washington Post Journalist Jason Rezaian by the Iranian Government. This lesson also discusses Iran's stance on free speech
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Student News: Popemania!
First off, thank you so much for considering this lesson. I hope this lesson blesses you as it has my students and I! The main text this lesson covers is about Pope Francis and his papacy. There is a review of some of the Catholic Church's beliefs and some of the controversial issues the Pope has s
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