Looking for instant differentiation? Project-based or hands-on learning? Academic accountability and rigor? Look no further!
This document includes eight projects that can be used with any type of content that you want to use for your American history classroom: an art analysis, two projects presenting either a group of people or an influential person in American history, a book report, a front page newspaper project, a research paper, an exploration of an invention or technology and an analysis of a law.
The best part about these projects is that once you introduce the process, students can apply them to any topic that you want them to learn. For example, once students learn how to do the "On the Front Page" project, you can have them do one for August 28, 1963 for a unit on Civil Rights. Later in the year you could have them do March 28, 1979, exploring the Three Mile Island explosion for a unit on Technology. The projects are ready to go--just add content!
Note: Digital models will be posted on my blog at ihslamerican.blogspot.com, but if you purchase this product and leave some feedback on my store page, I will email you the models for free!