This document provides instruction for students to grade another student's text dependent analysis (TDA) response. This allows students to analyze another student's response with the goal of being able to write a better TDA response themselves.
This worksheet contains the links to three YouTube videos and questions to go along with each video. The first video is 4 minutes long from Discovery Education and gives a basic overview of Imperialism in Africa. The second video is almost 10
This file contains two parts for assessing in-class student debates which can be used together:
Judges Scoring Sheets- This file contains a scoring sheet for debate teams of 2, 3, and 4 students. There is space for judges comments, students'
This is a worksheet/graphic organizer for students to use to organize information presented in a video clip in preparation for writing an essay/TDA response. The directions are worded for a video that presents two opposing sides of a topic,
This Jeopardy-style PowerPoint game touches on the following terms/topics: popular sovereignty, abolitionist, Dred Scott court case, Fugitive Slave Act, Missouri Compromise, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Abraham Lincoln, Emancipation Proclamation, Bleeding
This product contains a study guide, Jeopardy-style PowerPoint review game, test, adapted test (3 multiple choice options), re-test, and adapted re-test. The material covered includes sectionalism, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Dred Scott Supreme Court
This file contains the instructions and rubric for a group 5-paragraph essay assignment. It would work best with 3-5 students per group. With 3 students, each could write a body paragraph and they could write the intro and conclusion as a group.
This download includes 3 social media project instruction sheets: Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat. Facebook should be assigned to higher achieving students, Snapchat should be assigned to lower achieving students, and Twitter is for the students in
This particular chart has been used in a lesson to prepare students to read the book Life of Pi, providing them with background knowledge on world religions that they may not already have.
This is a comparison chart to organize information and
This is a review game in PowerPoint. It contains questions about theme, plot, climax, central idea, point of view, STEAL (characterization), and more. It also contains some application questions with text/movie examples.
This is a Word file for an assignment on a fiction novel using the VoiceThread app. The assignment sheet instructs students to include their novel's setting, main characters, summary, and their opinion of the novel. The instructions also walk
This PowerPoint presentation covers a few of the events and major legislation leading up to the Civil War, including sectionalism, Compromise of 1850, Fugitive Slave Act, abolitionists, Kansas-Nebraska Act, and Bleeding Kansas. Also included are
Students will scan the QR codes with their phones to access primary documents online. They will work through the QR Quest worksheet and answer specific questions about the primary documents.
Documents include Emancipation Proclamation, Gettysburg
This contains a PowerPoint presentation, a set of guided notes for students to complete while watching the presentation, and a quiz. The PowerPoint reviews Reconstruction and the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments. Includes an exit ticket question at
This is an instructions/score sheet for a student-created propaganda poster for WWI. Students have two options: they can create an original propaganda poster, or they can replicate a poster they find online and will automatically be deducted 5