If you use Trashketball as a review, or even if you have never tried before, this editable google slides presentation really ups the classroom FUN! This is a template (you will need to add your own questions) that includes:
Rules for Trashketball
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If you teach a Social Studies class
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If you teach a Social Studies class that
This resource was used as a Final Assessment in a secondary Global Conflicts course. But it can be used as a project for any course that covers environmental concerns. Students are tasked with researching a specific issue and creating a video PSA
10 questions that require students to think and form opinions as they watch the film. This is not meant to be busy work or simple repetition of what is seen in the movie! Any of the questions could serve as discussion starters.
This is a fun and creative project for students to analyze the Renaissance Period. Students select an Italian city and create a flyer meant to encourage tourism to that city. They should include what might draw visitors to that particular location.
Students will watch short clips of some of the jobs people had to do on Manors or in Monasteries in Medieval Europe. Students will then create twitter handles and tweets based on what they have seen. The videos are fantastic at grabbing student
Fillable Google Doc with 7 images for students to analyze the complexity and impact of Imperialism on the colonized people as well as the colonizers. Students are to provide an explanation of the artist's message based on prior knowledge and context