This exit slip can be printed out (multiple pages per sheet) and then photocopied to use to allow students to reflect and self-assess after a cooperative learning group work assignment. The purpose of this is to help students improve their
This activity allows students to think critically about the use of the atomic bombs at the end of World War II, making them think about commonly used arguments on both sides of the issue, and ultimately debating the issue.
Handouts include graphic
This RAFT assignment on the New Deal includes steps for completion and a rubric to assess students on their work. The RAFT strategy is used to promote student engagement, critical thinking, and creativity.
This handout includes before watching, during watching, and after watching questions. It accompanies the final episode (episode 11) in the History Channel miniseries America: the Story of Us. Episode 11, "Superpower," focuses on the post-1945
This PowerPoint covers the causes, course, and consequences of the Civil War. It emphasizes student-centered learning and includes many questions and suggested activities to engage students in learning the material as opposed to simply copying down
This handout of questions based on the Video America the Story of Us, Episode 12, "Millennium," helps students get the most out of watching. Topics covered in the video include late 20th century - early 21st century events and themes like the baby
Print this poster set and post on a bulletin board or wall to remind students of relevant themes from US History (taken from the AP US History themes). Making themes visible in the classroom allows students to make connections during day-to-day
This set of activities to assist teachers in teaching the Civil War and Reconstruction is in a "tic-tac-toe" format, allowing students to choose activities that reflect their learning style and abilities, while also allowing teachers to