This simulation is designed to teach students how a market is affected by monopolies. Students act out two scenarios as a part of this simulation.
Four to five students are identified as "sellers." They will decide on a price for their
This webquest is designed to be used with the Scholastic Interactive Tour of Ellis Island. This is a FABULOUS site that provides detailed information on the immigration process.
This product includes 5 documents connected to the sinking of the Lusitania. There are several questions to go along with the documents.
Allow students to examine the documents in small groups and discuss answers to the questions.
This document contains 10 images (political cartoons, photographs, illustrations) that relate to the Industrial Revolution. Each image is accompanied by several questions designed to get students thinking! There is a student response sheet and an
These task cards are great for centers! The cards require students to use critical thinking and research skills to evaluate how these famous inventors have changed the world.
Excellent for a unit on the Industrial Revolution, scientific inventions,
English Language Arts, Science, Social Studies - History
To teach students about American Propaganda in World War II, show your students three short films made by Walt Disney during the War.
As they watch, students answer the questions on the worksheet to assess their understanding of the
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, World History
This PowerPoint can be used to run center rotations in the classroom. The set up allows for 6 different groups. The timer is set for 20 minutes per rotation with a sound effect marking a transition. Each slide tells the groups where to go and what
This product contains three different activities to teach your students about idioms.
1. Worksheet: An alien has intercepted text messages from Earth to try to learn our language. However, she keeps getting confused by the idioms we use! Can you