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Would you like to introduce topics from History into your daily reading schedule? Do you need a no-prep resource to practice literacy skills in your Reading lessons? Want to address Current Events in EVERY MONTH with a Historical twist? This resource is perfect for the classroom teacher, interventionist or librarian looking for fun and engaging nonfiction readings from history!
Take a look at the PREVIEWS to see everything you'll receive with the Complete History in Headline News Bundle. This bundle includes a Headline News Informational or Nonfiction Text Reading for each day in the months of January - December (with the exception of the weekly entries in the summer bundle) with actual events that happened on the corresponding days of the month.
366 History Headline News Readings
1 Reproducible Weekly Student News Organizer
Analysis Guide on Organizer and Readings for Who, What, When, Where and Why
Teacher Guide with Suggestions for Varied Implementation
Topics Vary Each Month. Here are the topics from January.
United Nations Declaration
First Female to Lead Major Movie Production Company (Fox)
Utopia Experiment in New Harmony, IN
French Indian War
New York Yankees and Babe Ruth
Samuel Morse Invents and Tests Telegraph System
Red Nosed Reindeer Holiday Song
President Wilson's 14 Points for WWI
Thomas Paine's Common Sense Published on American Revolution
John D. Rockefeller and Standard Oil Company
Amelia Earhart and Flight Over Pacific Ocean
President Johnson's Appointment of Robert Wagner to Cabinet
Second Treaty of Paris to End American Revolution - Independence
Molasses Flood in Boston
Operation Desert Storm Against Iraq
General Motors Introduces Corvette
First Polar Bear Arrives in America
First Overhead Electric Wiring System by Edison
Presidential Inauguration Days
Black Residents Forced Out of Portsmouth, Ohio
Largest Block of Cheese in the World
First Female Doctor in US, Elizabeth Blackwell
Gold Found at Sutter's Mill - Spark of Gold Rush
Continental Congress Memorials in American Revolution
Chicago Bears Win Super Bowl XX
Apollo 1 Launch Fire for NASA
We Are the World Musician's Charity for Africa Famines
Incorporation of Coca-Cola Company
Lone Ranger Show First on Radio
First McDonald's Restaurant in Soviet Union
Reading informational texts
Examining secondary sources
Identifying evidence in reading
Reading for content
Examining relationships, connections, and interactions in history
Evaluating main ideas of informational text
Text and image analysis
Demonstrating historical understanding
Addresses state standards and national standards (including TEKs, Common Core, and more)!
Use as bellringers as you introduce each day's event in history, set up in Centers for informational or nonfiction text reading practice, or provide as whole class historical discussion starters.
Each day of the month is represented so you can use this resource year after year. Use weekend dates for homework, RTI activities, NTI lessons, or skills practice for struggling readers.
Answer Key is not included since student responses may vary.
Each month is also available individually in my store as well as other great resources for the Interactive Social Studies Classroom!
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You may also want to browse through my TpT Store for other rigorous and collaborative Social Studies resources that can make your in-class or digital and distance learning classroom more interactive for all students!
Thank you for downloading. Happy Teaching!