This 92-page file is a unit about the key people, events, and developments in America since 1975 (as outlined by the Georgia Performance Standards – SS5H9). The presentation includes notes (facts, dates, events, etc.) and images related to this time period. There are also many printables, activities, and review games included in the file. The graphic organizers and foldables are perfect for your students' Social Studies Interactive Notebooks!
~Read My Lips Anticipation Guide – slides 4-5
~Who’s and What’s graphic organizer – slides 6-8
~CLOZE notes and Key (for note-taking during the presentation) – slides 9-17
~America Since 1975 Notes (facts, images, dates, etc.) – slides 18-76
~America Since 1975 Comprehension Questions & Key (could also be used as a quiz) – slides 77-79
~Middle East Events (Snapchat-inspired) printable – slides 80-81
~A Novel Event printable – slides 82-83
~Dumpster Diving printable – slides 84-85
~Commemorative T-Shirt activity – slides 86-87
~Find Someone Who Knows About… review activity (or study guide) – slides 88-90
~Tweet All About It (Ticket Out the Door) – slides 91-92
*This file is aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards for 5th grade Social Studies:
SS5H9 The student will trace important developments in America since 1975.
a. Describe U. S. involvement in world events; include efforts to bring peace to the Middle East, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Persian Gulf War, and the War on Terrorism in response to September 11, 2001.
b. Explain the impact the development of the personal computer and the Internet has had on American life.
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United States History Bundle
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