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Resource includes four primary and secondary sources about the role of Constantinople in the Byzantine Empire. The emphasis is on how Constantinople's location made a strategic military and economic asset to the Byzantine Empire. Include a page
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Resource packet includes four assignments that have students explore the major beliefs of capitalism and communism. In the first assignment, students read excerpts from the Wealth of Nations about self-interest and supply and demand. Difficult
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Resource includes worksheet with four different political cartoons about monopolies and "Robber Barons" during the Industrial Revolution in America. Each political cartoon has structured questions to help students arrive at the main idea. Great as
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Resource includes an easy to understand explanation of the Great Compromise using visuals, which can normally be a difficult concept for students to understand. Resource also includes an assignment with three short response questions and three
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Resource includes two assignments about apartheid in South Africa. The first is a reading comprehension activity, where students read an article about the background to apartheid in South Africa with difficult words defined for struggling readers.
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Resource includes four documents relating to westward expansion and the transportation revolution. Students read and analyze these documents and write a paragraph describing how improvements in transportation aided westward expansion. Sentence
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Resource includes two political cartoons about Bleeding Kansas. The first depicts the beating of Charles Sumner by Preston Brooks in Congress. The second depicts pro and anti-slavery settlers fighting in Kansas. Each political cartoon includes
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Resource includes guided notes on the paleolithic and neolithic ages with powerpoint slides. Also includes an assignment that has students practice summarizing and identifying main ideas while reading. The reading is about major changes during the
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Resource includes three primary sources related to the American Revolution: "Common Sense," by Thomas Paine, "Declaration and Resolves of the First Continental Congress," and a political cartoon. The first two sources have a modern English version
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Resource includes four assignments about European imperialism in Africa in the 1800s. The first assignment has students examine a map of Africa showing European imperialism and answer questions. The second assignment is on Rudyard Kipling's "The
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Resource includes a reference chart that outlines the four candidates in the election of 1860, their views on slavery and the union, and where their support came from. Other assignments ask students to analyze a map of the election results and the
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Resource includes a reading about how immigrants have been viewed throughout American history, with difficult words defined for struggling readers. Then a series of four political cartoons shows students how different groups of immigrants were
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Resource includes four primary and secondary sources about the role of geography in the Roman Empire. The emphasis is on how Rome adapted to its geography to become an economic and military powerhouse. Includes a resource for outlining and sentence
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Resource is a handout to help students understand the major teachings of the three Greek philosopher: Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. The resource uses examples, images, and primary sources to help students come to understand what can normally be
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Resource includes a brief description of the differences between the northern and southern economies prior to the Civil War. Students then analyze six images, explaining why they are images of either the north or the south. Great for struggling
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Resource includes a page that explains the concept of yellow journalism using a page from the New York Observer after the sinking of The Maine. Assignment asks students to analyze the front page of a current newspaper and find an article that
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Resource contains four assignments that relate to British imperialism in India. The first two assignments are offered for individual sale at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Imperialism-Perspectives-on-the-Sepoy-Rebellion-929369 and
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Resource includes two readings that give students a background of how the Korean War ended and North Korea's path to becoming a nuclear power. Page 3 and 4 is an assignment with three political cartoons about nuclear proliferation and human rights
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Resource includes guided notes, powerpoint slides, and stations activity related to the Meiji Restoration. Using the resource, students take guided notes about the background to western imperialism in Japan. Then, students rotate through four
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Resource educates students about the different ways that southerners tried to get around the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments during and after Reconstruction. The handout starts with a brief review of the three amendments, and then poses different
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The son of two teachers, I was raised to believe that access to quality education is a right that all children should have. After finishing college, I joined Teach for America and ended up in Brooklyn, NY. I taught in Brooklyn for five years at two public schools. One was a large career and technical education high school, and the other was a small arts high school. Currently, I teach at an arts charter high school in Los Angeles, California. Since most of my experience has been working with at-risk youth, you'll find that many of the resources on the site have built in literacy and differentiation strategies to appeal to multiple types and levels of learners.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Rigorous. I design my resources in a way that requires students to engage in higher level thinking. I also enjoy a cross-curricular approach, incorporating literature and art as often as possible.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in History with a minor in Education MSEd in Adolescent Education with focus in Social Studies

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During my first year teaching, I was always frustrated at the lack of ready to use resources for the high school level teacher. In searching the internet and sites like TpT, I always found an abundance of resources for the K-6 teacher. Therefore, I always ended up spending a lot of time and effort in creating my own resources and rarely using the textbook. Over the last five years, I've found myself sharing lesson plans, worksheets, and handouts with colleagues on flash drives, who have been very happy with the results. Therefore, my ultimate goal in joining TpT is to provide rigorous, ready to use resources for the high school level history teacher at an affordable price. I hope you enjoy the products found on my site, and please provide positive feedback if you find them useful!

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