Do you find differentiation difficult? Would you like all of your students to be able to work at their own pace and master the content before they move on? Blended Learning may be for you!
Blended learning allows teachers to replace lectures with videos and spend more class time working directly with their students. I have created materials that can be used to create a blended U.S. History classroom.
Each lesson has been adapted to the new streamlined Texas standards, but can be used in any U.S. History classroom to help each student really learn from history to help them make better choices today and in the future.
Included in this lesson are:
Lesson 3.1: America's Changing Foreign Policy
Lesson 3.2: American Imperialism
Lesson 3.3: The Outbreak of World War I
Lesson 3.4: Fighting World War I
Lesson 3.5: Treaty of Versailles & the League of Nations
Each lesson includes a set of guided notes, a powerpoint, and a set of three exit tickets per lesson. Also included is a mastery rubric for metacognition.
You can use the videos that I have created for each lesson or create your own using the resources. The Eagles History Youtube channel has all lesson videos and will be updated as new lessons become available.
If you would like to learn more about blended learning, please visit The Modern Classrooms Project website and consider trying their program in your own classroom.