Students have four options with this mini-project, meant to help them review the World History unit on Feudalism and the Middle Ages in Europe. Instructions for each option are included. The only prep that is required is the making of copies for
Social Studies - History, World History, Middle Ages
Using the DK Find Out website, students interact with the information about ancient Rome to answer the questions on the sheet provided. The answer key follows. This activity works great as an introduction to ancient Rome.
Each slide includes information on a different review game you can play with your students. Most of these require little prep and are all usable for a quick review at the end of class or a full blown review day. The slides are written so that you
Following the Virginia Standards of Learning, I created this I Have...Who Has review game for my World History I students.
1. On one side of a note card write "Welcome to I Have, Who Has..."
2. On the other side, write the first question, listed on
Students love to compete with one another, and they love it even more when there is a winner at the end. That is why I created this review game. This is a review game that can be edited to work in any classroom!
What is included:
- Game board
Social Studies - History, For All Subject Areas, Test Preparation
Thinking about implementing a flipped classroom this year? How do you explain it to the parents and kids so they truly understand? I have created a "Crash Course" informational sheet explaining the benefits and how the flipped classroom works for my
Do you have a lot of students who turn in work late? This form helps you keep a record of late work and gives students a chance to take ownership over their work. It also allows an easy communication between students and teachers as to how best that
RAFT activity for the Punic Wars. Includes each RAFT option along with a final product sheet for each format. The only prep required is making copies of the documents for your students. Rubric for grading is included.
Social Studies - History, World History, Other (Social Studies - History)
Looking for a fun way to end class each day while ensuring students are reflecting on what they learned? Tired of doing the same thing to end each class? The "So What? Slip" gives 11 different ways students can show their learning for the day. The
Social Studies - History, World History, For All Subjects