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London Calling - EFL Worksheets
☆☆☆☆ How about visiting London! ☆☆☆☆ This is a set of 34 worksheets about the famous capital city of the United Kingdom, London. These original lesson resources were made for EFL learners (beginners). EDIT 2017. A new set of 34 extra worksheets has just been added. They're all dyslexic-students ad
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American Revolution Webquest (War of Independence 1775-1783)
American Revolution Webquest (War of Independence 1775-1783) Students will gain basic knowledge about the American Revolution by completing an internet-based worksheet. The American Revolution Webquest uses an amazing virtual museum website by Smithsonian National Museum of American History. The we
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American Revolution 13 Colonies Bundle of Activities
American Revolution 13 Colonies bundle of activities. This is a 42 page activity packet and answer key to help teach your students about the 13 American colonies and the Revolutionary War. Students will be looking at aspects of the 13 Colonies such as: economy, government, culture, geography, famous
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Revolutionary War Vocabulary Activity
Revolutionary War Vocabulary Basketball Game Activity. This is a fun vocabulary review game about the Road to the Revolutionary War that your students will love! This is a 4-page document that is meant to make learning vocabulary words more enjoyable for your students. This packet includes detailed
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English Civil War, Glorious Revolution, & Limiting the Monarchy Presentation
This beautiful PowerPoint presentation covers the period of English history after the death of Queen Elizabeth I through the reign of William and Mary. In simple, visually engaging slides, each monarch (and Oliver Cromwell) is reviewed and their struggles with Parliament are highlighted. It includ
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13 Colonies PowerPoint (Interactive)
13 Colonies Interactive PowerPoint ***Watch this quick preview video to see the PowerPoint in action! This teaching resource is quite the virtual experience! This Early American / United States History PowerPoint can be used as a powerful classroom presentation or students can click their way th
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World War 2 Cryptology, codes and Code Breaking 4 activities
World War II Code and Code Breaking activities engages students in the importance of codes in World War 2. Students learn about World War II when they: - practice morse code - decipher secret codes - send V-Mail - communicate using code. Students meet the Navaho code talkers, learn about cryp
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World War II Station Activities for life on the Home Front
Students engage in reading and activities about living on the Home front in the United States during World War II. In these 6 station activities, students plan victory gardens, explore ration cards, play with puzzles, and discover the art of radio plays. Children, in particular, were part of the
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Spying in the American Revolution Webquest
Spying in the American Revolution Webquest Students will gain knowledge about the importance of spying in winning the American Revolution by completing an internet-based worksheet. Spying in the American Revolution Webquest uses a great website that allows student to learn how George Washington was
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B.C. and A.D. - Ancient Rome / Romans timeline Lesson plan and Activity
This is a zipped folder with an editable Word / PowerPoint version and a PDF version of each file: - a lesson plan about ordering B.C. and A.D. dates and events from the Roman Empire - an activity on ordering B.C. and A.D. dates and events from the Roman Empire Alternatively you can buy this produ
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Shakespeare Webquest (Great Website)
Students will gain basic knowledge about Shakespeare by completing an internet-based worksheet. The Shakespeare Webquest uses a great website created by the BBC. The website allows students to explore the key events of Shakespeare’s life in a very kid friendly website. http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/
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VICTORIAN ERA & BRITISH WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE: powerpoint, cloze notes, & reading
Victorian Era & Women's Suffrage PowerPoint along with a cloze notes sheet. Lesson plan and short reading on Emmeline Pankhurst included. All items are editable. This product is also available bundled at a discount: WORLD HISTORY POWERPOINT BUNDLE Along with: BYZANTINE EMPIRE: powerpoint,
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Industrial Revolution Station Activities Set #2
Industrial Revolution: City Building, Transportation, Inventions Activities is a set of 3 engaging hands-on activities related to the Industrial Revolution. Students can build a city, design transportation routes using three types of transportation, and explore inventions of the industrial revoluti
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Imperialism in India - Sepoy Rebellion (Reading, Questions, Research)
Imperialism in India - Sepoy Rebellion (Reading, Questions, Research) - This 5 page resource centers on the Sepoy Rebellion during the time of imperialism in India. The resource includes a one page reading on the causes, events and outcome of the Sepoy Rebellion and its significance during the peri
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Boston Tea Party - Review Article Questions Vocab Activities Facts History
Boston Tea Party - Informational Article Questions Vocab Activities Facts History Great Lesson Includes Review Article Questions Vocabulary True/False Word Search
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World War I Video Webquest (Great Lesson)
This is a simple and easy to use lesson plan. Have your students watch the YouTube video and answer the questions. The video is from the great BBC/Military Channel series called 20th Century Battlefields. (1918 Western Front) Watch the video for yourself at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJe2Csdw
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THE GLOBE THEATRE PRESENTATION: SHAKESPEARE INTRODUCTION
The Globe Theatre Presentation: The Globe Theatre, known for its association with William Shakespeare, is the most famous theatre in the world! Transport your students back in time to Renaissance England to give them a tour of this literary landmark. ===============================================
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The Battle of Yorktown - American Revolution
In this lesson students will learn about the Battle of Yorktown, the last major battle of the American Revolution and the eventual surrender of Cornwallis to Washington. Throughout the lesson there is a writing prompt, graphics, illustrations, graphic organizers, maps, readings and comprehension que
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Important Battles of the American Revolution Webquest
The Important Battles of the American Revolution Webquest uses a great website that allows students to get a better understanding of ten major battles during the American Revolution. The webquest also covers battle tactics, generals, and the goals of the major campaigns during the Revolutionary War.
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Complete Lesson - Let's Visit Dublin
Let's visit Dublin ! Or let your students explore the city by themselves with these group work activities !!! They will learn about: -the geography - the history and more precisely about the Great Potato Famine - famous Dubliners - the Dublin Zoo - Molly Malone - Trinity College Grammar: this less
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Chronology - when did it happen? Learning to order dates using BC and AD
This stand alone lesson teaches children about chronology and historical events. Children start by ordering a set of cards with dates on then learning what the terms BC and AD stand for. They can then have a go at re-ordering their cards with their newfound knowledge and then complete and activity s
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Valley Forge Primary Source Worksheet: American Revolution
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the problems the Continental Army faced at Valley Forge. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the websi
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Industrial Revolution Newspaper Activity or Collaborative Project
Can your students get the scoop on theIndustrial Revolution with this engaging newspaper activity? Skip the lecture. Students take on the role of investigative reporters to learn about major figures and events of the Industrial Revolution when they join up to create quick newspapers. Students wri
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World War 2 Evacuee story prompt
This PowerPoint was created to engage my class in what it might have been like to leave their family and be evacuated from the city to the countryside during World War 2. The PowerPoint/lesson comes in two parts. The first gives children a prompt for leaving their family and journeying on a train wh
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War of 1812 Primary Source Worksheet: Dolly Madison Flees the White House
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the destruction of Washington D.C during the War of 1812 and how Dolly Madison helped protect important items in the first White House. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary sourc
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Imperialism in India Skit
We remember what we do more than what we hear. I’ve written a handful of skits (student performed dramas) to get my students out of their seats and living history. The scripts are historically accurate (with assignment included) but also have a lot humor. Of course, the most entertaining part is sim
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The British Surrender at Yorktown: American Revolution Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the Battle of Yorktown and the surrender of British forces. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the we
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Boston Massacre - Full History Review Article Questions Vocab Facts Activities
Boston Massacre Full Review Article - 10 pages PDF 3 pages review article 20 review questions critical review time line true/false vocabulary all the information facts to supplement any lesson
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Industrial Revolution Station Activities including morse code
Industrial Revolution: Morse Code, Urbanization, Factories is a set of Industrial Revolution related hands-on activities. Students can build a city, engage in a factory simulation, and communicate with Morse Code. We learn more through experience, and these activities give students the opportunity
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Boston Tea Party American Revolution Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the Boston Tea Party. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the website to answer the worksheet question
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Stone Age to Iron Age Lesson 1: Introduction to Prehistory
Lesson 1. Introduction: What does Prehistory Mean? This lesson introduces the period of British history from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Pupils will make a timeline to set this period into the wider context of British History and they will discover how we break up this period into distinct Ages.
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War of 1812 Primary Source Worksheet: Battle of New Orleans 1815
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the problems and successes the American Army had at the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for c
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Queen Elizabeth I: Tudors Webquest
Students will gain basic knowledge about Queen Elizabeth I by completing an internet-based worksheet. The Queen Elizabeth Webquest uses a great website created by the BBC. The website allows students to explore the key events of Queen Elizabeth’s life in a very kid friendly website. http://www.bbc.
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War of 1812 Primary Source Worksheet: British Burn Washington D.C. 1814
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the British attack and burning of Washington D.C. in 1814. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the webs
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Boston Massacre (British Perspective) Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the Boston Massacre from the perspective of the British. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the websi
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Shakespeare's Life in a nutshell
Shakespeare - perhaps the greatest British writer in history - what do we know about his life? If your students are studying his plays or poetry then some knowledge of Shakespeare's life and biography is essential. This resources provides you with an overview of his life from birth to death. Con
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Constitution Interactive Notebook
Constitution - Articles of Confederation - Constitutional Convention This product contains interactive cut and paste learning material for students to create an organized social studies interactive notebook on the Constitution 5th Grade United States History Series This resource is designed for a
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Boston Massacre Virtual Museum Lesson Plan & Guided Notes
This is the lesson plan that accompanies the Boston Massacre Virtual museum interactive PowerPoint. In this 11-page file, you will find a comprehensive lesson plan that complies with Pennsylvania State academic standards, a notes packet for students to fill in as they go, a graphic organizer worksh
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The Golden Age of Piracy timeline PowerPoint
This PowerPoint would help to aid any lesson or unit of work on the Golden Age of Piracy, including key dates and why/how it happened. I used this with 3rd and 4th grade children to help them understand that pirates didn't just act like Captain Jack Sparrow! However, it could also be used with older
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Anglo-Saxons Webquest (Early Britain)
This webquest allows students to get an overview the Anglo-Saxons by using the great BBC BiteSize History series, which was designed for use in classrooms grade 4-8. This webquest works great as a way to integrate technology into the classroom. The site is advertisement free and includes interacti
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Paul Revere and the Midnight Ride - The American Revolution
In this lesson students will learn about Paul Revere and the Midnight Ride (along with William Dawes and Samuel Prescott), and how they warned the Patriots that the British were coming and the first shots of the American Revolution would soon be fired. Throughout the lesson there is a writing prompt
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Enlightenment Quick and Easy Newspaper Collaborative Activity
Skip the lecture on the Age of Enlightenment. Introduce your students to The Age of Enlightenment through this quick and easy newspaper project. In this no-prep lesson plan, students take on the role of reporters to get the scoop on the Age of Enlightenment. Working in groups, students investi
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Revolutionary War South Battles Yorktown Worksheet
The Revolutionary War: Battles in the South Yorktown Worksheet. This four page document includes: a worksheet in which students will learn more about battles at: Camden, Guliford Courthouse, Charles Town, and Yorktown. Students will also have to locate these battles, along with the cities, and colon
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Siege of Yorktown Letter Activity (American Revolution)
This writing assignment is designed to allow students to write a letter about the Siege of Yorktown in a fun and creative way. Students will use the following websites to gather information about the Siege of Yorktown: Yorktown National Park Service http://www.nps.gov/york/historyculture/history-o
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Stone Age to Iron Age Lesson 2: Stone Age Cave Art
Lesson 2. Prehistoric Britain: Wasn’t it just a bunch of cavemen? This lesson invites pupils to address their preconceptions of what people were like in the Stone Age. Pupils will discover some of the major achievements of Stone Age society and they will begin to study what early cave art was like,
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Slavery Simulation - Middle School Level
This simulation, of the horrific conditions aboard slave ships, is based on the design specifications of the British ship “Brookes” and excerpts from the journal of Dr. Alexander Falconbridge. Falconbridge was a British surgeon who was forced to sail the Middle Passage in order to avoid being sente
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English Civil War and the Execution of King Charles I Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the English Civil War and the Execution of King Charles I. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the web
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World War 2 Pacific Theater Station Activities for World War II Unit
World War II: Pacific Theater Station Activities is a set of 4 World War II related-activities that investigate the aspects of the Pacific Theater in World War II. Students analyze a primary source from Pearl Harbor, learn about kamikazes, map World War II battles and more. These World War II ac
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Spanish Armada Webquest
Spanish Armada Webquest uses a great website created by the BBC that allows students to get a better understanding of why the Spanish Armada failed during the invasion of England in 1588. The webquest also covers importance people, weapon technology and general chaos that allowed the English to defe
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Graphic History The Boston Tea Party Activity and Answer Key
Graphic History: The Boston Tea Party Activity and Answer Key Common Core Informational Text: 1,4 This is a two-page document that can be used with the Graphic History book The Boston Tea Party. Included are key questions about the important event in American history in a student friendly way. Page
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Jane Eyre Ideals of Womanhood Activity
A descriptive handout packet describing the various ideals of womanhood during the Victorian Age, as applicable to the novel Jane Eyre. The handout is broken up by topic into one page handouts for easy small group distribution: The woman as the icon, ideal woman, at home, household management, ideol
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Stone Age to Iron Age Lesson 3 : Objects and Evidence
Lesson 3. Examining the Evidence: What kind of sources tell us about the Stone Age? This lesson addresses the question of how we can know about a period of British history with a lack of written primary sources of evidence. Pupils will be introduced to the concept of making deductions from evidence
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