I teach US History using an Interactive Notebook framework, with mini-lessons presenting content followed by activities in which students analyze or otherwise engage with that content. These are the activities for SSUSH9 that I use in my interactive notebook, which could be used as review or for a flipped classroom, depending on your resources and needs.
For the 2015-16 administration of the Georgia Milestones Assessment, 51% of my students attained Proficient or higher, while 89% achieved Developing or higher, with 15% performing at the Distinguished level. For the 2014-15 administration of the Georgia Milestones Assessment, my scores were as follows: 74.2% Developing or higher, compared to 73% for Georgia, and 41.2 Proficient or higher, compared to 39% for Georgia. I teach in a Title I school and do not have textbooks.
*I do not offer answers keys to any of my products anymore due to the fact that my students have attempted to purchase them but you can find videos of me completing most of these activities at http://www.showme.com/bethany-copeland *