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A collection of primary and secondary sources on 1) Women in WWII, 2) African Americans in WWII, 3) The War Production Board, 4) Japanese Internment. Includes a graphic organizer to be used with each station. Can be put into packet form. I post
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Students will explore the New Deal programs of the Great Depression. Students will share the research that they do in a speed-dating style. Students must be in tables of ODD numbers for this assignment to work. Students should sit in pods of odd
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Students will analyze primary source documents to help them understand how Americans during the 1920s became a consumer society and what impacts consumerism had on America.
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After learning about the Progressive Presidents, students will read a list of twenty words, phrases or sentences, and write them under the appropriate president. Includes legislation, political parties, actions as president and more.
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A work packet on the Industrial Revolution.For a WORLD HISTORY course. It does not discuss the Industrial Revolution in the United States. Part 1: Why it began in Great Britain. Part 2: Agricultural Innovations Part 3: The Cotton Industry Part 4:
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In pairs, students will research Mesopotamia, Egypt, Persia, Assyria, China, and India. (Other ancient civilizations can be easily added). A list of mandatory words are provided for each of these civilizations. Students will use the internet to
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Newspaper Project Template designed for four articles, three features, and four pictures. Can be shared with students on Google Docs or on a teacher webpage to help them to produce a student-generated newspaper in any class. (I used it for students
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Students will use a collection of five primary and secondary sources to respond to the following prompt: ‚ÄčHow did society of the 1920s both fight and continue to embrace traditional gender roles?
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In this assignment, students will research a piece of Renaissance Artwork to determine how the piece reflects and portrays characteristics of Renaissance Humanism including: Classical, Civilized, Dignified, Perfection, and Worldly. Students will
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Students participate in a simulation to better understand the accusations and paranoia that characterized the Second Red Scare. Included: Directions, graphic organizer for students, 22 biographies Directions: You will be posing as a person who
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Students will choose from a variety of projects in a tic-tac-toe style project menu. Regardless of their choices, each student will research the Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen, important people of the Revolution, and important events of
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A graphic organizer for students to use when comparing two perspectives, ideas, or opinions on an issues. Can be used to summarize a lesson or for students to use when reading or analyzing two different sources.
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Students will analyze six primary source documents to determine how the Treaty of Versailles led to the outbreak of World War II. After analyzing the six primary source documents students will answer the Lesson Essential Question: How did the
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Students will analyze a series of primary source documents to determine reasons that people in America both supported US involvement in World War II and reasons Americans were against US involvement in World War II. Each primary source has analysis
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Students will explore the Presidential responses to the Cold War. Students will share the research that they do in a speed-dating style. Students must be in tables of ODD numbers for this assignment to work. Students should sit in pods of odd
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Students will go to the History Channel to learn more about FDR's New Deal and Second New Deal.
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A Webquest that includes four parts 1) Vocabulary 2) Causes of the Great Depression 3) Impact of the Great Depression 4) Presidential Policy Includes an answer key for easy review or grading.
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Includes information on the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, Germany after World War II, Berlin Blockade, and the formation of NATO.
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Before or after learning about the 1920s students will complete a project. Choices include creating a website (weebly.com), making a scrapbook, or writing a research paper. A rubric for all three projects is included, as well as a list of topic
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Great use of primary sources.Scaffolded writing! Students will read excerpts from three speeches on Vietnam. The first is from Martin Luther King, "A Time to Break Silence," speech, the second is from . John Kerry's speech to the U.S. Senate Foreign
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my third year teaching high school Social Studies. I have experience teaching Current Events, Psychology, Sociology, Government, United States History and World History.

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I am a strong believer in project-based learning! I am always trying to come up with new projects for my students to do! I also incorporate a lot of reading and writing into my Social Studies class. I try to limit my lecturing and encourage my students to be the ones talking!

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