Help your students improve their mental mapping skills, while graphically organizing information about Medieval Europe. This is a graphic organizer that I created around a blank map of Europe. The guided notes describe the different kingdoms and
I created a set of notes for my US Imperialism mini-unit. Everything is organized into graphic organizers, and students are still responsible for a major of the content, making it interactive and easy to follow. I included an answer key and a
This is a perfect way to organize the specific information that students need to know about our Founding Fathers and the Constitutional Convention! This chart is designed for a Virginia and United States History course, so it matches our Standards
Why would you just explain the opposing views of the American colonists in the years that led the American Revolution, when you could let the student identify the characteristics of the American Patriots, Tories, Quakers, and frontiersmen for
As a modern world History teacher, it is frustrating to the school year teaching new content, when my students rarely have a background in ancient or medieval history. So, one of my first units is a snapshot of the World in 1500 C.E.
This is a graphic organizer for the five key leaders of the Civil War, according to the Virginia State's SOL for 11th grade United States History. I arranged the images/boxes to represent the Union on the left side of the page, the Confederate
This is a graphically designed set of guided notes about the Cold War. It was created for a high school U.S. History classroom, but could be used for any high school course that is reviewing the Cold War.
The Cold War: Guided Notes by Katie Moran
This is my first year in a digital classroom, and the learning curve for students and teachers is substantial. Although my students are getting better at navigating the iPad, I find that I am frequently describing certain icons and how to solve