Bringing the Past to the Student
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Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. DuBois were two of the most influential leaders in the African-American community during America’s Gilded Age. However, these two men had fundamentally different opinions on the steps African-Americans needed to
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This worksheet has students differentiate between the causes and impacts of the Great Depression by coloring. This activity is designed for upper Elementary or Middle School US History classes and aligns with Virginia SOL USII.6D. The PDF includes a
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This activity helps reinforce attributes of the Progressive Movements (Women's Suffrage Movement, Temperance Movement, and Organized Labor Movement) according to Virginia SOL USII.4E. Students color in a key (reinforcing map skills) and color-code
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This product contains all four coloring activities: The Progressive Movements (USII.4E), Reasons and Results of the Spanish-American War (USII.5A), Causes and Impacts of the Great Depression (USII.6D), and Cold War Conflicts (USII.8C). In each
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This activity helps reinforce attributes of the Cold War Conflicts (Korean War, Cuban MIssile Crisis, and Vietnam War) according to Virginia SOL USII.8C. Students color in a key (reinforcing map skills) and color-code each attribute of the conflict.
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The flipbook includes famous Americans from the Reconstruction, Westward Expansion, and Growth of Cities Eras. This corresponds to Virginia SOL's USII.2, 3, 4a-b and 4d, including Reconstruction figures, Native Americans, Captains of Industry, and
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This product contains all the materials students need to create a World War II Timeline. It aligns with Virginia SOL USII.7b (7th Grade US History II). Students work on sequencing skills by ordering events. Then, they cut and glue primary source
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This hand out guides students through the analysis of a political cartoon about American Expansion and Imperialism due to the Monroe Doctrine. It is a great practice activity to help students keep their cartoon skills sharp or can be used as a
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This foldable is designed to help students learn the selections of artists from the 1920's and 1930's in Virginia SOL USII.6C (US History II- 7th Grade). Artists are divided into those who participated in the Harlem Renaissance and those who didn't.
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In this whole class and small group activity, students will take the role of the different countries involved in the Treaty of Versailles. Students will analyze primary source data to decide on their country's goals for the peace talks. Then, after
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This viewing guide is designed to augment classroom viewing of Episode 5 of Henry Louis Gates's "Many Rivers to Cross." This episode illustrates black history from 1940-1968, focusing on the Civil Rights era, including the tension between groups
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This activity guides students through a difficult primary source. Students will listen to and complete a guided analysis of President Roosevelt’s radio broadcast from October 12, 1933. This chat focused on government efforts to halt the collapse of
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This file contains the materials needed to help students learn about urbanization and industrialization. There are 3 stations: vocabulary, new inventions, and reasons for the rise of big business. This activity contains the majority of the essential
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This interactive notes help students follow along with this prezi- http://prezi.com/fylxe3alustc/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share The presentation helps introduce students to the global causes and effects of the
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This activity is designed to provide a bridge between the Civil War and Reconstruction. In Virginia, students study the Civil War in 6th grade and Reconstruction in 7th. As a result, students returning after a lengthy summer break (or those new to
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This hand out guides students through the analysis of a political cartoon about the difficulty Wilson found in trying to negotiate the Treaty of Versailles. It is a great practice activity to help students keep their cartoon skills sharp or can be
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This sample of informational text comes with 6 paired questions. While the reading level and questions are geared towards middle school, this is also appropriate for remediation at the high school level. The questions focus on standardized reading
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This viewing guide is designed to augment classroom viewing of Episode 4 of Henry Louis Gates's "Many Rivers to Cross." This episode illustrates black history from 1897-1940, focusing on the Jim Crow era, including the Harlem Renaissance and Great
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This viewing guide is designed to augment classroom viewing of Episode 6 of Henry Louis Gates's "Many Rivers to Cross." This episode illustrates black history from 1968-present, focusing on tensions between American communities after the Civil
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This online tour takes students through the major events of World War II. It is designed to take place over two blocks, as students will want plenty of time to explore! The file links to a Google Tour Builder that I have assembled. You are
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my third year teaching seventh grade Social Studies in Yorktown, VA.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to create activities to help students engage with difficult concepts in American History. To often, teachers gloss over difficult ideas, expecting that students have the background knowledge and literacy skills to comprehend them on their own. I focus on finding ways to help students bridge that gap!

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College of William and Mary- BA in History with a Concentration in Secondary Social Studies Education

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