This activity encourages students to act as archaeologists to analyze various artifacts of the North American tribes.
Students identify the artifact, the region it is from, the cultural theme, and make connections to justify the theme they chose
Students use the world map to become more familiar with the seven continents and five oceans by labeling the map. On the opposite side of the hand out is a quick definition of the 5 themes of geography and an application to describe where they live
You have never seen a powerpoint like this! Students will be engaged from the easy to follow format of informative blue text to take notes, memes, and activities included to break up direct instructions. Activities include an instagram activity
This centers activity focuses on point of view and bias. Students look at different artistic renderings of the Boston Massacre, different eye witness accounts, propaganda of the event compared to propaganda used in other eras of conflict, and
Great to use to compare and contrast the 3 colonial regions. Typically used after students have completed research/travel brochures of colonial regions. Students can work together to teach one another and fill out the diagram.