Use this template to set up a group debate on any topic. It includes the roles of opening statement, closing statement, and 4 argument sections which could accommodate up to 6 students per team.
It also includes instructions for the format of the
This Civil War focused web quest prompts students to research Civil War generals, battles, death tolls, and roles of women and African-Americans. Website links are included for each question. This would be good to use in US History courses as an
Guidelines for a Final Project in a Current Events/Global Issues course. This project asks students to choose a "focus topic" and then create a higher level question with that topic. The instructions include a detailed rubric and a graphic
This graphic organizer asks students to analyze the Civil War secession documents and reflect on reasons for why the Union disintegrated. There is a graphic organizer for 4 states, and it includes 3 summarizing "exit slip"style questions.
This assignment asks students to analyze three political cartoons from the early 1900's concerning child labor, large corporations, and dangerous factory conditions. The assignment also asks students to make global connections regarding factories in
Webquest activity that asks students to research key economic terms of the Great Depression, analyze the current national debt and the unemployment rate, and evaluate the causes and effects of the depression. This is a good introductory activity to