This is a complete activity for students learning about the Marbury v. Madison Supreme Court case. Includes reading and graphic organizer for students to record information. Easily customizable for all ability levels.
This is a reading that covers the weaknesses of the 1920s that led to the Great Depression. This reading can be edited but is more suitable for honors or AP level students. Reading does include fifteen reading comprehension questions.
This is a map activity that I use to show the route of the major Native American Nations to Indian Territory. On the back of the map I include an excerpt from Jackson's Second Annual Message to Congress along with five discussion questions.
This is a map for the election of 1912. There is no reading with this handout, it is meant to accompany a textbook excerpt or class notes. There is a space for each of the three main candidates (sorry Eugene V. Debs!), their political party, number
The 1920s are often referred to as one of three eras: The Age of Business, Age of Conservatism, or the Roaring Twenties. Students must organize terms into one of the three categories and provide a short explanation why they chose that particular