High School Global and US History

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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with a brief introduction to problems in Russia (prior to Peter the Great) and his policy of westernization.Next, students go to four short stations to learn about his different policies. The stations cover the Russian navy,
Subjects:
World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Graphic Organizers, Activities
$2.00
10
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By High School Global and US History
Students read a variety of documents to examine the impact of the Industrial Revolution. The documents include first-hand accounts of the time period, maps, charts, and more. There are three versions of the documents (student a: low, student b:
Subjects:
European History, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Worksheets, DBQs, Handouts
$3.00
16
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with an introduction of a golden age. Then, students are given directions for the class activity, a gallery walk. If you do not wish to do a gallery walk, you can also provide each student with a packet of the stations and they can
Subjects:
Ancient History, European History, World History
Grades:
9th
Types:
Graphic Organizers, Activities, Handouts
$2.00
21
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By High School Global and US History
Students look at the fall of the Byzantine Empire from the Byzantine perspective and the Ottoman Empire's perspective. Students use the documents to determine what exactly happened at the fall of Constantinople in 1453.
Subjects:
Ancient History, European History, World History
Grades:
9th
Types:
Worksheets, DBQs, Handouts
$2.00
17
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with an introduction of the Trans-Sahara Trade and the Golden Ages of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai. Next, students complete a DBQ to gather specific evidence about those golden ages. The documents include one primary and three
Subjects:
World History, African History
Grades:
9th
Types:
Worksheets, DBQs, Handouts
$2.00
18
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By High School Global and US History
*This lesson assumes knowledge of Thomas Hobbes and the English Civil War. The lesson begins with an overview of Cromwell's rise and fall from power, the Glorious Revolution, and English Bill of Rights. After the introduction of content, students
Subjects:
European History, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
$2.00
17
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By High School Global and US History
Introduce students to the rise of the Islamic empire with an overview of the spread of Islam, religious tolerance, and the golden age. For the activity, students travel to different stations to learn about the achievements of the Islamic Empire. The
Subjects:
Ancient History, Asian Studies, World History
Grades:
9th
Types:
Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Activities
$2.00
13
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By High School Global and US History
This lesson is comprised of three mini-lessons about Mao's rise to power and impact on China. The lesson starts with an overview of Sun Yat-Sen and Jiang Jieshi's leadership. Next, students read about Mao's rise to power and the Long March. Students
Subjects:
Asian Studies, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
$2.00
11
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with a map analysis (students use a map to predict what they think might be an impact of the crusades) and a general introduction into some of the big consequences of the conflict.Next, students read a variety of documents to look
Subjects:
European History, World History, Middle Ages
Grades:
9th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, DBQs
$2.00
10
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By High School Global and US History
This lesson can be used as a 3-day lesson or less depending on if you assign the documents as homework. Introduce students to the key ideas of American imperialism by providing an overview of the impact of the Spanish-American War, annexation of
Subjects:
U.S. History
Grades:
11th
Types:
Activities, DBQs, Handouts
$3.00
11
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with an introduction to the break in Christianity between the Western Roman Empire and the Eastern Byzantine Empire. Students also use a chart of the differences to determine what they think is the biggest difference between the
Subjects:
Ancient History, European History, World History
Grades:
9th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
$2.00
8
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with a brief introduction to the development of feudalism in Japan and the role of the shogun. Next, students go to different stations to learn about each social class in the feudal system. The stations include daimyo, samurai,
Subjects:
Social Studies - History, Asian Studies, World History
Grades:
9th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
$2.00
10
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By High School Global and US History
Introduce students to Japanese geography (archipelago and mountainous topography) and the development of religious beliefs based on geography. Next, students then learn about four specific ideas that came to Japan from China and Korea and how Japan
Subjects:
Social Studies - History, Asian Studies, World History
Grades:
9th
Types:
Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Activities
$2.00
13
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By High School Global and US History
Introduce students to Iran with the impact of the Shah and how it upset the conservative clergy, including Ayatollah Khomeini, and ultimately led to the Iran Revolution. Students also read about the power of Iran as a member of OPEC. For the DBQ,
Subjects:
Asian Studies, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Activities, DBQs, Assessment
$2.00
7
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with an overview of the Treaty of Nanjing and the causes of the Boxer Rebellion.Next, students read six documents to learn about both the Western and Chinese perspectives of the Boxer Rebellion. The documents include a newspaper
Subjects:
Asian Studies, European History, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
$2.00
10
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson introduction includes a summary of the European "scramble for Africa" and the causes of calling the Berlin Conference. Students also examine a map to see the impact of the Conference.Next, students look at three primary sources from the
Subjects:
European History, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Activities
$2.00
13
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with an introduction to the key ideas of Adam Smith and laissez-faire beliefs. Next, Students engage in a quote analysis activity. Each student is given one quote by Adam Smith. They read and analyze the quote and explain it in
Subjects:
European History, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Activities
$2.00
9
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with an introduction to the Indus River Valley geography. Students then learn about different aspects of life in the Indus River Valley through pictures and written explanations (this includes information about urban planning, the
Subjects:
Ancient History, World History
Grades:
9th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, DBQs
$2.00
15
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with Gandhi's view of the partition of India, his assassination, and Britain's decision to grant Indian independence with the partition plan.Students analyze four or five sources to gain different perspectives on the partition.
Subjects:
Asian Studies, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, DBQs
$2.00
6
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By High School Global and US History
The lesson begins with a brief review of Japanese society/policies and the impact of the arrival of Matthew Perry. For the main part of the lesson, students analyze four documents to learn about the impact of the Meiji Restoration. The documents
Subjects:
Asian Studies, European History, World History
Grades:
10th
Types:
Worksheets, DBQs, Handouts
$2.00
8
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I currently teach high school in the Bronx, NY. Therefore my lessons are aligned to the global and US history regents exam, but also try to challenge students beyond the information that is on the exam.

MY TEACHING STYLE

The focus in my classroom is to let the students do most of the work. The handouts I give everyday have very clear instructions so all students can follow along with the lesson and there is no confusion. I try to always add "extension" work for higher level students so every student is busy the entire period. I like doing creative projects and having students get out of their seat as often as possible.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Yet to be added

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I went to the University of Virginia and majored in History and Political Philosophy, Policy, and Law. I received a Master's in Teaching Adolescent Social Studies from Fordham University and a Master's in Education Leadership, Policy, and Advocacy from NYU.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Most of my lessons are created in Word Document and are very easy to edit depending on the length of your class and the information you want to emphasize. If there are any problems with the instructions or the formatting when you download the lesson please let me know and I am happy to update the documents and make any changes!

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