This lesson was developed around the PBS website based on the DDay Invasion. Students will need a computer and access to the internet. This can be done as individual work or with a partner. Also students can do Cornell notes on specific parts of the
This is a powerpoint presentation that I play with my class to review for the WWII Test. I play it just like Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, and when a student gets the answer wrong I choose another student. We play just like the game and give them
This contains a 1/2 page writing prompt on World War 1. I use this as a final assessment at the end of the World War 1 unit. I give the students 5 questions and I have them choose 3 to answer. Each question should be answered in a paragraph form.
This is a 2 page study guide I use with my unit for the Great Depression. It highlights important terms that students should know for the final unit test. I usually use this as a classwork or homework assignment. When classes are good I let them
I use this as a classwork or homework assignment. It is a quick review which shouldn't take the students too long. It can be used as independent, partner or group work. IN order to make it take a whole class period. I usually give each student one
This is a short powerpoint about the differences between traditionalism versus modernism. It is a great intro into the changing times of the 1920s. I give the definitions of each and have the students write them down in their notebooks while I try
This powerpoint comes with an anticipatory set where I ask students what the most popular dances of the time are and write them on the board. If they come to the front of the classroom and do the dance if front of the whole class I give extra