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History Gallery Walks

History Gallery Walks
History Gallery Walks
History Gallery Walks
History Gallery Walks
History Gallery Walks
History Gallery Walks
History Gallery Walks
History Gallery Walks
Product Description
Gallery Walk | Civil War Gallery Walk | Inventors Gallery Walk | Constitution Gallery Walk | History Gallery Walk | Gold Rush Gallery Walk | Civil Disobedience

Bring this valuable teaching and learning tool to your own classroom with SIX ready-to-use lessons!

During a gallery walk, students explore a variety of texts (both written and visual) placed around the room. This strategy encourages students to share their ideas with their classmates in small groups while viewing a variety of texts that encourage deeper understanding of a history topic. Since this strategy requires students to move around the room, it is especially engaging for kinesthetic learners. It is important to give students guided work to use during the gallery walk. This keeps their focus on the task and the learning taking place.

The following gallery walks are included in this product. A more detailed description of each, including all required handouts, are included in the product:

• Seven Principles of the Constitution – this activity will help students understand the principles behind the Constitution. Students create visual metaphors for each principle, helping them understand and remember each principle.

• Civil Disobedience – this activity will help students understand the concept of civil disobedience and understand its role in a variety of events in American history

• Women in the Civil War – this gallery walk will introduce students to the roles that women played in the Civil War.

• Klondike Gold Rush – this activity will present a variety of images and facts to students from the Klondike Gold Rush. Students will learn and understand how challenging the Klondike Gold Rush was by viewing these images.

• Society and Mass Culture - this activity will help students understand the changes in society and mass culture in America in the late 1800s. The student activity helps students learn how to “close read” an image.

• Female Inventors – this activity will introduce students to a variety of female American inventors. These inventors are not necessarily known by name, but students will be familiar with all of their inventions.

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