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KinderSocialStudies™ Unit One: Rules Save with the bundle! Save by purchasing the bundle! Each of the five units are $10! Save 10% by purchasing the bundle HERE! What is KinderSocialStudies? KinderSocialStudies Curriculum is a social studies curriculum for primary aged students. KinderSocialS
Rule of Law, Types of Law & Sources of Law This lesson teaches students about the Rule of Law, as well as sources and types of law that make up the American legal system. Students who have been following these videos were introduced to the Rule of Law in previous videos including the last video
Aligned to TEKS 8.2 as well as Common Core State Standards 8.EE. and A.SSE.3c. Includes: - Full Color pictures of Flippable and Exit Ticket in Use - Flippable for Multiplying, Dividing and Zero Power Exponents (2 per page) - Rules and Sample Problems to use inside Flippable (4 per page) - Exponent
This is a detailed, highly graphic and engaging 3-page PDF essay (summative) assessment to be implemented in a unit on mythology in any ELA course, a Mythology post-secondary course, or a Mythology high school English elective. The activity assumes some working knowledge on the part of the students
Hello Friends.At the writing of this unit, plans for re-opening schools have not been finalized in most districts in the United States. As teachers, we want so much to do what is best and safe for our students. And right now, at this point in history, it is hard to know what that is! PLEASE NOTE: Du
Understanding Integer Rules are a skill for students to build knowledge on the understanding of working with positive and negative integers using all operations. In the Positive and Negative Integer Rules lesson, students are given a flippable to go through the with the teacher and break down the ru
This notebook includes fun interactive activities about the United States government and the three levels of government in Georgia. It allows your students to stay organized while focusing on the key concepts aligned to the second grade Georgia Performance Science Standards. The notebook is made
Race Riots/ Urban Riots in the United States Essential Question: To what degree is change dependent on Conflict? And Can Conflict be Prevented? Background: Riots are shocking events where the ordinary rules of society break down. London 2011 was gripped by the sight of burning cars and hooded yo
Three Slavery and Abolition worksheets: Multiple choice with 74 questions for a thorough review or test, plus 2 matching worksheets -- one basic, one advanced so you can have differentiated learning materials at your fingertips! All three of these Slavery Worksheets / Abolition Worksheets cover th
Groundhog Day, February 2nd, is a popular tradition in the United States. The first official Groundhog Day was celebrated on February 2, 1886 in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Help Mr. Groundhog decide if there will be 6 more weeks of winter or if spring is on its way soon! Includes game board, 144 g
Ronald Reagan & Foreign Affairs Objectives: • Analyze the ways that Ronald Reagan challenged communism and the Soviet Union • Explain why communism collapsed in Europe and in the Soviet Union • Describe other foreign policy challenges that faced the United States in the 1980s Why it Matters
This product is a bundle of 8 power point presentations that feature the most famous Native American Chiefs who offered the fiercest resistance to the white settlement of the United States. These men were ready to fight to the death (some did) to preserve their homelands and way of life. In the end
This is a bundle of 2 highly animated, powerpoint presentations on the Slave Revolts & Resistance. Both presentations together number 56 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs. As the slave population grew greater and greater in
This is a colorful, animated 52 slide power point presentation on the growth of slavery in a timeline format of how slavery began with a small ship with 20 slaves on it to become a major problem that eventually developed into the Civil War in the United States. The presentation is "editable" so you
This unit focuses on the the factors that led to the creation of the United States including The French and Indian War, The Stamp Act, The Declaration of Independence, and more. It includes all the resources you need to teach this unit! Students are encouraged to use their higher order thinking skil
This is the 2ND Edition! Please note: If you already have the 1ST edition, you will be buying similar content. If you would like the "extras" that have been added (interactive notebook pieces, vocabulary, standards, etc.) please buy the upcoming BOOSTER set :)The United States had won its freedom an
This is a 22 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on the Slave Codes & Laws of the States. each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.Slavery was brought to the United States in 1607 and became the economic engine in early America,
Students will read excerpts from the Schenck v. US ruling on the Sedition Act of WW1 and the First Amendment, 2 excerpts from Wilson and Debs, analyze 3 images, and answer 20 questions of varying degrees of difficulty. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub! Se
This is a 39 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on the Slave Revolts. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.Slavery was brought to the United States in 1607 and became the economic engine in early America, especially in the Unit
Global Aim # 70 What was life like for India under British rule? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe how and why life under British rule
This worksheet requires students to: 1. Calculate approximate real income per person in the United States over the past 60 years. 2. Compare the growth rate of real GDP over a period to the growth rate of real GDP per capita to understand how changes in a country's population affect living standar
A document-based question, also known as data-based question, is an essay or series of short-answer questions that is constructed by students using one's own knowledge combined with support from several provided sources.Students read from a set of guild rules sourced from 1347, analyzing to answer 7
This is a bundle of 6 products on the expanding territories of the United States. The bundle includes 2 tutorials: Imperialism and the Spanish-American War and Territorial Behaviors and 4 stand-alone power point presentations which support the tutorials. The tutorials support the following Florida B
Robert's Rules of Order is the most commonly adopted parliamentary authority in the United States. The problem is it can be difficult to understand. BookCaps makes it simple with this version of the book, which explains each article in a way that makes sense to anyone. The 1915 version of it's book

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