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Like all of our Google Classroom Interactive Reading Historical Snapshots, this activity includes a Google Forms Quiz that enables students to test out of each section! This key concept for social science lesson was designed to be a Google Digital Interactive Notebook Reading activity! Students read large, clear font paragraph chunks about the geography, religion, economy, and achievements of the Medieval Christians while annotating the text with easy-to-use tools located in the margin. In this skill-based, history literacy activity students:
✅ Identify the main idea in passages
✅ Identify words that are unfamiliar to define later
✅ Summarize in fun, creative ways and
✅ Highlight important information
✅ Outline the history key concepts after each passage
✅ Answer essential questions that relate history content learned to their own lives
✅ Search for content-rich Google images into insert into a fun i-phone format
✅ Take a Google Forms Quiz that is divided by section. Students can re-read the section and re-take the quiz upon teacher request!
The reading details the rise of feudalism in Europe including: geography,the leadership of Charlemagne, knights, lords, the role of Christianity, the Crusades and the Church hierarchy (Popes,Bishops,Cardinals and Archbishops).
This skilled-based Common Core literacy lesson can be done individually, in pairs or in groups! Teachers can simply assign this interactive history reading activity in the Google Classroom. This works great in a Google 1:1 environment or can work in any Computer lab! Both the quiz and reading activities download directly to your Google drive.
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World History includes both Ancient and Medieval history lesson plans and complete unit packets. In the Ancient history and Medieval history curriculum you will find lesson plans and activities that support inquiry-based learning through evidence-driven literacy and writing that aligns with Common Core. Our student-centered Social Science lessons teach students to analyze social studies content by using the key the concepts of geography, economy, achievements, religion, social classes and government. Students use academic vocabulary, in highly engaging, fun history investigations, interactive Google ready content, visually rich graphic organizer resources and thematic assignments.
US History includes content rich, primary source-driven United States history lessons and activities. Students use critical thinking, in our skill-based lessons that have student analyze historical documents, charts and primary resources. Our U.S. History units are also key concept based. Students analyze the growth and challenges faced by the United States through the use of the key concepts of federalism, republicanism government, diversity, territorial expansion, rights and liberties, labor systems and economy. A common theme throughout our lessons is that students support claims with evidence from secondary and primary source text.
Science lessons can be used in the middle and high school classrooms. Our science lessons are student centered and include lab activities, classroom activities, research projects. All of these science lessons are created to encourage student engagement support the Common Core and NGSS standards.