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Shakespeare: Introduction to Shakespeare bundle
Introduce Shakespeare to your classes with 3 amazing activities! From a fun and active trail to search out information, to key historical facts about Shakespeare's history and Elizabethan / Jacobean England. These introduction to Shakespeare activities would complement any Shakespeare unit.This bund
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Jane Austen Background Notes and Worksheets
As with most writers, Jane Austen’s work is a reflection of her historical and cultural contexts, including the literary movements in which she lived in work in addition to an understanding of how class and gender functioned during Austen’s time. I designed this for use with my Pride and Prejudice u

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Enlightenment Primary Source Analysis: John Locke & Thomas Hobbes
Engage and challenge your students with this primary source analysis reading activity. Students will practice all the critical reading skills needed in history in one activity! Students will annotate their text, paraphrase main ideas, and analyze the purpose and implications of two essential Enligh
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American Revolution Webquests and Lesson Plan Collection
This great lesson plan collection includes almost 50 lesson plans covering key events and people of the American Revolution. My students enjoy these lesson plans and have become very interested in the American Revolution. Each lesson plan covers big ideas about the American Revolution. You can pick
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Spies in the American Revolution: Valley Forge Writing Activity
This activity includes three American Revolution lesson plans. The first activity is an internet based worksheet on the capture and execution of American spy Nathan Hale. Students read the document and answer the questions. I usually print out the reading for the students, but you can have student
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The Golden Age of Piracy Workbook
This workbook contains various worksheets to study the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean. I used the workbook to link to a unit of work based on pirates, which encorporated elements of history and geography. This workbook could be used in this way or for students to use as a base for research ab
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Middle Ages: How did people FEEL before, during and after the Black Death?
This lesson aims to get students empathising with those that lived through the Medieval Black Death. They must put the events of the 1348 plague in the correct chronological order and then consider the emotions people would have felt at those different times. Each student has a set of emotion ca
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Tudor Christmas Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Edward VI
This three-page history worksheet explains the ways that people in Tudor England celebrated Christmas. It includes information on food, entertainment and the religious celebrations happened at that time. From stuffed peacocks to Christmas sports, student will learn where some of our current traditio
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What happened to the Victims of the Black Death in the Middle Ages? THE SYMPTOMS
This lesson explains the physical effects of the Black Death (plague) on its victims in 1348. It also contains details of the cures people tried when they had no idea what was actually causing the disease. The lesson aims to develop the students understanding of the impact of the disease on the
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