California History is a Common Core and State-aligned Resource with SEVEN Content-Based lessons of Nonfiction Informational Text. For less than $3.30 per lesson, we've packed this Bundle with a balanced mix of engaging lower and higher level hands-on activities that students need to learn about California History:
• Questions after each lesson to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• Thought-Provoking Discussion Questions that encourage Critical Thinking
• How-to-Draw activities following directions to practice Functional Text Comprehension
• Reference Map Skills utilizing Number and Letter Pairs on a Coordinate Grid
• Historical Time Lines using Picture Cues – great for ELL Students
• John Bidwell and Biddy Mason Biographies with follow-up questions
• Creative and Expository Writing assignments-pre-writing questions included
• Grid Math using Number and Letter Coordinates to solve Grid Puzzles
• Vocabulary Activities and Quizzes
California's First People
Spanish Missions in California
Americans in California
The Mexican War
California's Territorial Days and the Gold Rush
We've included a context-appropriate California History Glossary, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the higher level Writing Assignments.
Download the California History Preview to see the complete Table of Contents, Lesson Plans, Common Core and State Standard Alignment, sample lessons, and California History activities.
OUR OTHER CALIFORNIA AND WEST REGION RESOURCES:
CALIFORNIA GEOGRAPHY BUNDLE OF EIGHT LESSONS
CALIFORNIA ANIMALS BUNDLE OF NINE LESSONS
CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT & ECONOMY BUNDLE OF NINE LESSONS
WEST REGION INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK BUNDLE
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