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George Washington Report Card
NEW! UPDATED! IMPROVED! Students take on the role of the teacher and fill out George Washington's Presidential Report Card. Students will provide rational for all grades in the form of teacher comments. Categories on Report Card:1. Cabinet Selection 2. Handling Hamilton’s financial plan & Je
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The Articles of Confederation Report Card
You students will enjoy grading the weak government "The Articles of Confederation" or "AOC." Background information starts off this packet. Creative EXIT Ticket included. The Zip files includes a PDF, Word, and JPEG copy of everything. Topics for grading are: Raising Taxes Passing Laws: Am
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Reconstruction Report Card
Students will grade (pass/fail) and 'comment' on the progress towards the goals of Post-Civil War Reconstruction. A writing task asks to students to determine if Reconstruction was a success or failure and to justify their position.
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Back to School Night Handouts and Tips Back to School Night is often stressful! Even seasoned teachers are anxious when they have to meet new parents for the first time.This packet of handouts and teacher tips makes less work for you and the preparation for Back to School Night less stressful. So
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6.1 Standards Based Grading Report
What exactly does a grade of an 85 mean? How about a 100? 42? Is it a percentage of what the child knows, based on the learning goal? Does a 100% mean that the child knows 100% of what you were hoping they would learn? Likewise, does a grade of 42 mean they were able to comprehend 42% of what
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*EDITABLE* Self-Assessment Reflection! Great for ANY Content Area, Grades 6-12!
Start the school year off right with the Self-Assessment Reflection!This is a fantastic way to introduce your students to the practice of reflecting on their academic performance, while also allowing for the development of clear lines of communication between students and teacher! Ideal for use as a
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Zombies Invade the US: Learn Geography through disaster planning (PBL)
Zombie virus has been reported in Kazakhstan! Your students will be given a fictitious FEMA memo to read. It details the beginnings of a contagion that has the ability to destroy the populations world wide. Your students, acting as FEMA teams will have to study the national resources to develop a c
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