This product includes a test and study guide over the following early American history topics.
1. Motivations of colonization
2. Colonizing countries of North and South America
3. Mercantilism to Laissez Faire economics
4. Causes of colonial wars
This product includes an instructional PowerPoint and corresponding scaffolded fill-in-the-blank notes about the strengths and weaknesses of both the Americans and British during the Revolutionary War.
In this three day lesson students will contemplate the role cultural exchange has played in their own lives and will connect their own personal experiences to those of citizens in other countries. Students will read primary sources and view images
In this week long project students will:
1. Learn in detail about one figure of the Enlightenment period.
2. Play the role of that individual during a Parisian salon.
3. Apply Enlightenment ideas, with special emphasis on those of their assigned
This product covers the enlightenment and includes bingo questions, multiple bingo boards, an instructional PowerPoint, and a summative assessment. The teacher will read the provided bingo questions and students will find the correct answer on their
This instructional PowerPoint explains the various debates held during the constitutional convention. Topics include: Virginia Plan, New Jersey Plan, The Great Compromise, Southern States vs. Northern States, Three-Fifths Compromise, and Federalist
This product includes questions (and answer key) that cover the History Channel's French Revolution series. The questions are broken into three parts, making it easy to separate the video over multiple days.
This product starts by asking students questions about the atomic bomb and the morality of the decision to drop the bomb. Then students are asked to research the atomic bomb and arguments supporting and opposing the decision to drop it. Finally
This PowerPoint walks students through the American Revolution, starting with the French and Indian War and ending with the ratification of the constitution. Topics include: causes of the revolution, Stamp Act, Townshend Acts, Boston Massacre,
This PowerPoint on the War of 1812 includes: the causes of the war, battles, the burning of the White House, Tecumseh's death, Battle of Baltimore and its influence on "The Star Spangled Banner", and finally the Battle of New Orleans and General
This products includes a PowerPoint and guided notes covering the Russian Revolution.
Topics include: defeat from Japan, influences of WWI, Czar Nicholas II, Grigory Rasputin, the Bolshevik movement, White and Red Armies, communism, Karl Marx,
Students will connect their own personal experiences with oppression to large scale experiences of oppression in the world. Students will specifically look at examples of artwork created by oppressed peoples and understand how these pieces reflect
This product walks students through major events of The Civil War from the causes of the war to the Appomattox Courthouse. Topics included in the PowerPoint:
-causes of the war
-northern and southern strengths and weaknesses during the war
In this differentiated lesson, students will explore four primary sources in reference to George Washington or Slavery. Students will then complete a worksheet that is geared toward their individual abilities. Included are 4 primary sources and 3
This product includes an instructional PowerPoint on the Holocaust with accompanying guided questions and answer key.
Topics include: Anti-Semitism, Genocide, NAZI Party, Master Race, Lebensraum, Kristallnacht, Gestapo, Nuremberg Laws, Jewish
This products includes an instructional PowerPoint with accompanying guided notes covering the industrial revolution. Topics include how and why the industrial revolution started as well as important inventions during the time.