History with Mrs Walker

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This activity helps students identify the bias and reliability of sources through the story of the Three Little Pigs. Students will compare two different versions of the famous story, and analyze them for their reliability and potential bias. They
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Appropriate for U.S. History, AP U.S. History (APUSH) This activity has students sorting cards with images of items from the Columbian Exchange. Students will deduce whether each item originated from the Old World (Europe) or the New World (the
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Appropriate for U.S. History, AP U.S. History (APUSH) This activity is fantastic for introducing students to historical argumentation! The lesson provides students with a series of accounts as to the founding of America. Their challenge is to
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This map asks students to identify the major regions of Native American settlement, and the unique features of the tribes that live there. This coincides with Key Concept 1.1.I.A-D from the 2016 Course Outline and matches information found in the
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This graphic organizer helps students put American political parties in chronological order, as well as categorize them by ideology. In each box, students should list when it was established, what kind of people supported the party, where their
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This bundle includes all the activities and lectures for Key Period 3 (1754-1800) from the 2016 redesigned program. Unit Activities included: * Key Period 3 Vocabulary and Essential Questions * Key Period Timeline Lessons include: * Seven Years'
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This PowerPoint has been created with the 2016 APUSH redesigned Course Outline in mind. The lecture covers European Contact in the New World, with specific focus on Spanish, French, Dutch, and English exploration. Content covers European
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This PowerPoint has been created with the 2016 APUSH redesigned Course Outline in mind. The lecture covers Native American society, belief systems, politics, and regional differences. Ample lecture notes are listed for each slide. Videos are
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This timeline worksheet is usable for any of the nine Key Periods in the revised APUSH program. Students are asked to identify major events during the period, focusing on a few key events and turning points, as well as define the period.
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This set of pictures of Medieval and Renaissance art pieces can be used in an activity helping students determine changes in society during the Renaissance. Students compare images, determine similarities and differences, and determine possible
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This bundle includes all the activities and lectures for Key Period 2 (1607-1754) from the 2016 redesigned program. Unit Activities included: * Key Period 2 Vocabulary and Essential Questions * Key Period Timeline Lessons include: * Southern
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I use this "QuickSheet" for each unit in my class. The page consists of vocabulary and essential questions that help students with content information and analysis. Vocabulary: BOLD words pulled directly from the AP Course Outline, ITALICIZED
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This PowerPoint has been created with the 2016 APUSH redesigned Course Outline in mind. The lecture covers the French and Indian War/Seven Years War, the imperial impacts of the war, struggles on the frontier, and the Proclamation of 1763. Major
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This PowerPoint has been created with the 2016 APUSH redesigned Course Outline in mind. The lecture covers the events of Jefferson and Madison's administrations. Topics include: The Revolution of 1800, the Marshall Court,Louisiana Purchase,
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This PowerPoint has been created with the 2016 APUSH redesigned Course Outline in mind. The lecture covers the events of Andrew Jackson's administration. Topics include: the Corrupt Bargain, Jacksonian Democracy, the nullification crisis, the Bank
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This activity prompts students to think critically about a text, aiding in analysis beyond simple fact or recall. The activity is based upon the familiar story of the Three Little Pigs. Students create analytical questions about the story,
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This activity focuses on turning points within a specific era, which is one of the required Historical Thinking Skills described in the 2105 redesigned AP US History Course Outline. Students are presented with three historical events that affected
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This PowerPoint has been created with the 2016 APUSH redesigned Course Outline in mind. The lecture covers major sources of conflict that came as a result of European conquest of the New World. Ample lecture notes are listed for each slide.
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This PowerPoint has been created with the 2016 APUSH redesigned Course Outline in mind. The lecture covers Washington and Adams' administrations, including presidential precedents, the Judiciary Act of 1789, Hamilton's financial plan and debate,
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This PowerPoint covers the very beginnings of America - from pre-Columbian Native Americans through the early colonization of the New World by Europeans.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching high school history classes for ten years, and A.P. United States History (APUSH) for six years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

History should come to life! Students need to be able to read, think, and write like a historian.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Do copious history gifts and Doctor Who drawings from my students count?

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA History from University of California at San Diego MAEd Curriculum and Instruction from Concordia University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I love history, all things nerdy, and Angels baseball. :)

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