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Students learn about Indus River Valley's urban planning and other achievements. The lesson ends with a writing assignment in which students make a prediction about how the civilization declined (the real reason is unknown since no one has
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Students go to different stations to learn about the achievements, activities, and culture in Rome during Pax Romana. The lesson includes 7 stations students can visit based on their interests.
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Students complete a DBQ to gather evidence of the golden age experienced by the West African Kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai. Students complete a creative free response using evidence from the documents.
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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.
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Mini lesson introduces the Bantus and have students draw their migration patterns on a map of Africa based on dates the Bantus settled in new places. Before class cut out the descriptions of the causes and effects and put them in envelopes to give
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Students are introduced to Pericles and how he helped Greece defeat the Persians in the Persian War. Students then learn about Pericles role in starting the Peloponnesian War. Lastly, students read quotes from Pericles to learn more about his
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Students read about Cromwell's rise and fall from power and then the restoration of a limited monarch. Students travel around the room and interpret the English Bill of Rights to understand how it further limited the power of the monarch.
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Introduce students to the rise of the Han Dynasty. Separate students in groups of 3-5 and have each students learn about one achievement from the Han Dynasty. Students then teach each other about the achievements in jigsaw style.
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Students go to four different stations to learn about Gorbachev's policies and how they contributed to the fall of the USSR. Includes an extension station (political cartoon analysis) for students who finish early. After stations students watch a
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Students read about how Napoleon fell from power after attempting to invade Russia in the winter. Provide students with 3 excerpts (can give students all 3 or can give each student one and do a jigsaw activity) on Napoleon's character. Students must
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Students read about the causes of the Boxer Rebellion and analyze a recruitment poster. Students then make their own recruitment posters based off the sample primary source to gain followers for the rebellion.
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In the mini-lesson review Chinese dissatisfaction with Sun Yat-Sen and Jiang Jieshi and how that helped Mao gain power. Lesson explores Mao's rise to power (Long March) and his impact with the Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution. While this
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Students read a variety of documents to examine the impact of the Industrial Revolution. There are three versions of the documents (high, medium, and low). The documents are the same but the questions are differentiated. If students finish early
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Students go to four stations to learn about the positive and negative impact of the Columbian Exchange. They discuss if they believe the exchange had a positive or negative impact on the world.
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Students travel to different stations to learn about the achievements of the Islamic Empire. The stations include architecture, medicine, art, and math/science
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Students read a variety of documents to look at the positive and negative effects of the crusades on different nations. Students fill in a graphic organizer to outline both points of view and then have a class discussion to determine if the overall
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Students analyze documents in the jigsaw model in order to look at the different ways the Meiji Restoration impacted Japan. Students write a formal paragraph about whether the Meiji Restoration had a positive or negative impact on Japan. Paragraph
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Introduce students to why city-states formed and then students analyze the difference between Sparta and Athens. Students engage in a class discussion about which city-state they believe has the superior culture.
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Students go to 5 different stations to learn about the economic changes that occurred during the Commercial Revolution. Students must pick the most important development that helped contribute to the growth of capitalism
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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. Students read a
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I currently teach high school in the Bronx, NY. Therefore my lessons are aligned to the global 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

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I went to the University of Virginia and majored in History and Political Philosophy, Policy, and Law.

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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