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New York City Clip Art Collection
Our New York City Clip Art Collection has cute designs that will work great in a variety of projects. There are 16 graphics (8 in color, 8 in black and white) in this set. It includes a generous personal and commercial use license with no restrictions on how many times you can use the designs. The
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Veterans Day
Veterans Day. This is a 21 slide power point presentation about the history of Veteran's Day and world wars. This presentation is designed for older children and includes the following information: * History of Veteran's Day * Veteran's Day Proclamation * Armistice Day * Uniform Holiday Bill * Fun
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Harlem Renaissance & Hip Hop: Album Cover
Students are required to choose two songs from the Harlem Renaissance period and one song from the Hip Hop era that surround a common theme then create an album cover for their songs. There is also writing prompt to respond to. Also see my Common Core lesson where students will compare and contrast
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Museums - Debate -  ESL, EFL, ELL adult and kid conversation & debate lesson
This presentation contains a 41 slide PowerPoint lesson in editable PPT format and a quiz activity. Museums are changing fast to fit and adjust to modern times. Some museums manage to incorporate the newest technology into their exhibitions and some fall behind. The need to reevaluate the place of
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FREE 4th July Independence Day Clipart, ok commercial use
FREE 4th July Independence Day Clipart includes 6 files png transparent background+jpg For personal and small commercial use!
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Pledge of Allegiance / Juramento a la Bandera
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Spanish Columbus Day Biography, Questions, Activities
100% in Spanish, appropriate for immersion and dual language classrooms. Students will enjoy learning about Christopher Columbus (Cristobal Colon) with this 3 page text, comprehension questions, and activities. Appropriate for middle school, high school, and adult students. Packet includes: 3 pag
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Colonial Regional Characteristics Powerpoint
My Colonial Regions' Characteristics Sorting Activity is my best seller, but it is a summary activity or closure activity. If you need to expose your students first to the geographical, climate, and natural resources of each region (New England, Middle, and Southern) and then to humans' adaptations
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La Máscara de Zorro- Movie Guide in Spanish for upper-level classes
This is a movie guide for the film “Máscara de Zorro” in Spanish. There is a brief introduction to the historical period, 7 matching character identifications, 25 short answer free response questions about plot and character development and an essay question. Many of the questions focus on the rol
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OLD ARTIFACTS FROM US AND SPAIN CLIP ART PHOTOGRAPHS
This is a set of 20 photographs of old artifacts from the US and Spain you can use to create your own products. The items in the photographs are the following: - Typewriter and candle holder. - Television. - Telephone. - Clock. - Old oven. - Old burners and oven. - Kitchen utensils. - Scale. - Laun
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Economics/U.S. History What Life was like in 1970's economically and cuturally
This is 14 pages of Facts about this decade. The population, unemployed; national debt; average salary; food prices and life expectancy. Also discusses Art &Architecture; books; Children's Book Award Winners of the seventies; education; Anti-war movement; Kent State Massacre; Books; Fads &amp
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Yes, I DID just turn Martin Luther King Jr. Into a lesson in music AND history.
It's hard to figure out how to teach about and honor a political figure like MLK in music class. Let this activity launch your music class into discussions on harmony, melody, history, and Soundtracking. This unique activity combines Samuel Barber's "Adagio for Strings" as a unique soundtrack to t
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Columbus: The True Story: QR Code Fun!
Teach your students about the real story of Christopher Columbus using engaging QR code articles and print & go reading response handouts! Print the two QR code articles ahead of time or engage students by having them access the two nonfiction articles in class using their smartphone devices!
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Martin Luther King Jr. Photos With Worn Edges and Shadow, For All Ages
Looking for MLK images suitable for secondary students? These photos of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are in the public domain. I've modified them by making the edges look worn, and, in some cases slightly torn. I also gave them a little dimension by making them look thicker at the edges and adding a
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The American Dream Activity
This activity is used to inspire others to really contemplate the meaning of, "The American Dream." After reading and completing this assignment, students can debate on their opinion of what the American Dream really stands for.
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The Handmaid's Tale:Political Influences--a Power Point Presentation
The Handmaid’s Tale is a powerful story, even if it had been totally invented—but when students learn of the historical background and political forces that influenced Margaret Atwood’s novel, richly illustrated in this Power Point presentation, they get an even deeper glimpse into the creative mind
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Comprehensible-Input Spanish Story-Lessons -- Harriet Tubman: sample lesson
This 100-percent comprehensible-input StellaLingua Spanish Story-Lesson, requiring no teacher prep, uses an innovative method to transform the story of the abolitionist Harriet Tubman into a whole-class interactive dialogue that is accessible enough to be understood by beginning students, yet engagi
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Sweet 15- Movie guide and questions
"Sweet 15" is a 1990 American film about a fourteen-year-old girl whose dreams of having a perfect quinceanera ( Sweet 15) are suddenly cut short when she realizes that her family is residing in the United States illegally. Although this movie is more than 25 years old, the issues of ethnicity and
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Tenements and Immigration in America Primary Source Project
Using the 1890 book How the Other Half Lives as a supplement to student study of the second wave of immigration to the U.S. from 1890-1920, students travel back in time to see, hear, and feel what it was like to arrive in the U.S. from Ellis Island. Not all of the Riis chapters are appropriate for
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Friday Facts: Famous Women in History
This is a great activity for a high school class to add a little spice and motivation at the end of a long week. I have created a multitude of powerpoints entitled "Friday Facts." These are small pieces of trivia that provide excitement and competition in the classroom while building some backgrou
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Friday Fun Facts: Entertainers from the Past
This Friday Fun Facts powerpoint is entitled Entertainers in the Past. Students are encouraged to number 1 to 15 and guess the famous people as they come across the screen. The second part of the powerpoint provides the answers. This activity is not only fun for high school students, but it keeps t
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AP US History Period 7:  The Letters and Correspondence of Eleanor Roosevelt
In this lesson, students, working in groups, will analyze and examine the various letters written to Eleanor Roosevelt and her response to each letter that she received. By the end of the lesson, students will realize that the First Lady wanted to know the plights of the American public and how the
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AP US History Period 7:  Internment of Japanese Americans
In this lesson, students, through the analysis of excerpts from primary sources, will examine the United States’ policy toward Japanese Americans in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor. By the end of the lesson, students will be able to compose a defense as to whether or not the United States was justifi
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AP US History Period 8:  1920s and 1960s Comparison
In this lesson, students, will examine the 1920s and the 1960s by using the sources below and on their knowledge of the time periods in United States history. To aid them in their analysis, a T-chart has been added at the end of the packet. By the end of this lesson, students will notice the simil
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