Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY

Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY
Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY
Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY
Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY
Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY
Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY
Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY
Writing Prompt Power point with HISTORY
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We have many past lessons and intriguing facts in our American history.

Sharing a tiny piece of that daily with your students can inspire them to think more deeply, to compose their own opinions and to formulate articulate ways to share those thoughts.

This power point is an easy format to simply share one slide a day and let your students' creativity and thoughts flow.

Each slide features two interesting facts that occurred in our nation's history on that specific day in March with a prompt requesting they make a choice, or some ask that students compare and combine the two events.

For less than a quarter a day, you can offer something different to your students.

MARCH has a rich history. Just to name a few.....

Did you know that:

* 1872 Yellowstone became a National Park.

*1931 USA made the Star Spangled Banner it's national anthem.

*1791 Vermont became a state.

*1847 Florida became a state.

*1867 USA bought Alaska.

*1899 Aspirin was invented.

*1913 Harriet Tubman died.

*1940 Chuck Norris was born!

*1881 Barnum & Bailey Circus debuted

*1882 TB bacteria was discovered.

*1795 Beethoven debuted as a pianist!

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