This is a 20 question video guide for the PBS special "Hamilton's America", which details the creation and rise of the popular broadway musical "Hamilton". This is a great program to show students after introducing them to the musical in your
This is a 20 question video guide to the Farnsworth vs. Sarnoff episode of the National Geographic series "American Genius". The teacher key to this film guide is also included. This episode details the race between teenage (later adult) inventor
This is a 60-slide power point presentation that covers US history from 1865-1914. Topics include Reconstruction, the Progressive Era, the Industrial Revolution, the Gilded Age, and US imperialism.
The following topics are discussed in detail in the
This is a 42-slide power point presentation on World War II. In my history classes, my students use the Cornell note taking method to write notes from this power point while I verbally explain the people and events on each slide. The power point is
This is a graphic organizer that I use in my 8th grade American history class to supplement my lessons on the Civil Rights Movement. I use various scenes from Lee Daniels' The Butler to emphasize major events including sit-ins/civil disobedience,
This is a 34-slide power point presentation of the First World War. I have my students take notes from this power point using the Cornell note taking method while I verbally describe the person or event on each slide. This power point is very
This is a 42 slide power point presentation about Colonial America from 1587-1776. My students write notes from this power point using the Cornell note taking method while I verbally explain the places and events detailed in each slide. This power