Students learn about four Latin American revolutionaries: Toussaint L'Overture, Miguel (Father) Hidalgo, Simon Bolivar, and Jose de San Martin. Primary sources are included as well as descriptions of all four revolutionaries. Students have questions
This Mulan video guide can be used in conjunction with Ancient China units in World History. The video guide focuses on the depiction of culture in the movie, and which themes are accurate or inaccurate. There is a "before you watch" portion to tie
Included is a brief lesson description as well as a blank Twitter template. In the past, I have used this lesson for historical figures. Students choose or are assigned a historical figure, research that figure, and create a Twitter page for their
In this lesson plan, students are given a non-biased description of what happened the night of Trayvon Martin's death. They are then instructed to convince the jury which way they should vote regarding the alleged guilt of George Zimmerman. Included
Students are assigned an important figure from the Renaissance or Reformation. In groups, they research facts about their figure. Students are given a very large piece of paper to trace a body onto. On the body, they fill out information about their
Information chart for five major North American tribes. Students should use notes or a textbook to fill in information about tribes' resources, every day life, etc. Includes a column for how to remember the specific tribe.
Students create an "Egyptian Pyramid" using a shoebox or other supplies. In the pyramid, they represent themselves: a cartouche to show their name, depictions of people or items they would have brought into their tomb, etc. Great getting to know you