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Social Studies American History 1 Bell Ringers Bundle (Google Slides Compatible)

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    Engage your students right when they walk in the door with bell ringers that will support your middle school early American history curriculum!

    Inside this resource, you'll find 200 bell ringers to use throughout the year while you teach about American history.

    Along with a PowerPoint version of the slides, the bell ringers are also compatible with Google Slides! There are links to digital versions of the bell ringers included for easy use in your classroom.

    This bundle includes the following American History Bell ringer sets:

    American History Critical Thinking Bell Ringers

    Engage your students right when they walk in the door with thought-provoking questions that prompt them to think critically about the American history content you're teaching in class.

    This resource includes a 40 page PowerPoint (non-editable) containing one unique writing prompt on each page that encourages students to use critical thinking skills and previously learned knowledge about American history to craft a response. There are also two versions of a response sheet that students can use when answering the prompts.

    A link to the slides in Google Drive is included.

    Please Note: Each unique critical thinking prompt requires students to have knowledge of early American history. These questions are designed to support your curriculum content.

    This resource is designed to be used once a week in your classroom. There are 40 slides – enough for each week of the school year!

    Questions relate to the following topics in American history:
    1. Exploring the New World
    2. Colonial America
    3. Causes of the Revolutionary War
    4. Revolutionary War
    5. Constitution
    6. Federalist Era
    7. Jefferson and Madison Eras
    8. Westward Expansion
    9. Jackson Era
    10. Industrial Revolution
    11. Causes of the Civil War
    12. Civil War

    American History Vocabulary Bell Ringers

    Engage your students right when they walk in the door with vocabulary terms that relate to your American History content in Social Studies!

    This resource includes a 40 page PowerPoint (non-editable) containing one vocabulary term and definition pertaining to U.S. history on each slide. There are also two versions of a response sheet that students can use during their vocabulary practice.

    A version for Google Slides is included as well, for the vocabulary slides.

    Please Note: If you would like to see a list of all vocabulary words included, please review the PREVIEW.

    This resource is designed to be used once a week in your classroom. There are 40 slides – enough for each week of the school year!

    Vocabulary terms relate to the following topics in American History:
    1. Age of Exploration
    2. Colonial America
    3. Causes of the Revolutionary War
    4. Revolutionary War
    5. Constitution
    6. Federalist Era
    7. Jefferson Era
    8. Westward Expansion
    10. Jackson Era
    11. Industrial Revolution
    12. Causes of the Civil War
    13 Civil War

    American History Quote of the Day Bell Ringers

    Engage your students right when they walk in the door with bell ringer questions that prompt them to analyze quotes from notable people in American history!

    This resource includes a 40 page PowerPoint (non-editable) containing 40 quotes from notable people in American history, a writing prompt on each page and two versions of a response sheet that students can use when answering the prompts.

    A version for Google Slides is included as well, for the slides - not writing prompts at this time.

    Weekly Writing Prompt: What does this quote mean? Do you agree or disagree? How does this quote relate to an event in history or in your own life?

    This resource is designed to be used once a week in your classroom. There are 40 slides – enough for each week of the school year!

    Quotes from notable people cover the following areas of early U.S. History:
    1. Age of Exploration
    2. Colonial America
    3. Causes of the Revolutionary War
    4. Revolutionary War
    5. Constitution
    6. Federalist Era
    7. Jefferson Era
    8. Westward Expansion
    9. Jackson Era
    10. Industrial Revolution
    11. Causes of the Civil War
    12. The Civil War

    American History Historical Thinking Bell Ringers

    Engage your students right when they walk in the door with bell ringer questions that prompt them to analyze maps, excerpts, historic images and mini biographies from topics related to early American history!

    This resource includes a 40 page PowerPoint (non-editable) containing questions related to maps, document excerpts, historic images and mini biographies. There are two versions of a response sheet that students can use when answering the prompts and an answer key for the teacher.

    A version for Google Slides is included as well, for the slides.

    This resource is designed to be used once a week in your classroom. There are 40 slides – enough for each week of the school year!

    Historical thinking questions cover the following areas of early U.S. History:
    1. Age of Exploration
    2. Colonial America
    3. Revolutionary War Era
    4. Constitution
    5. Federalist Era
    6. Jefferson Era
    7. Westward Expansion
    8. Jackson Era
    9. Industrial Revolution
    10. The Civil War Era

    All historic documents and images used are Public Domain.

    Growth Mindset Bell Ringers

    Engage your students right when they walk in the door and help them cultivate a growth mindset with these bell ringers!

    This resource includes a 40 page PowerPoint (non-editable) containing one writing prompt pertaining to growth mindset, goal-setting and/or positive thinking per slide.There are also two versions of a response sheet that students can use when writing their thoughts to the prompt from the bell ringer.

    A version for Google Slides is included as well.

    This resource was designed with students from 5th - 8th grade in mind.

    Please Note: Please check out the preview for a closer look at the resource.

    This resource is designed to be used once a week in your classroom. There are 40 slides – enough for each week of the school year!


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