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This resource allows you to guide your students through analyzing primary sources and understanding the difference between primary and secondary sources. Here’s what you’ll get: - Primary vs. Secondary Sources PowerPoint (Editable) - Cloze Notes to
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This activity can be used to introduce or review triangular trade. Students use evidence from primary and secondary resources to understand the parts of triangular trade. Here’s what you get: -2 different versions of the foldable graphic.
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This primary source analysis lesson on the Zimmerman Note is perfect for any study of World War I. Students will watch a film clip, analyze the document with an APPARTS Foldable Graphic Organizer and questions, practice “cracking codes” with two fun
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Studying the Byzantine Empire? This engaging primary source activity asks students to compare elements of the Justinian Code to your state’s law code with scenarios. This resource contains QR codes and the URL links. Help your students to compare
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Help your students to better understand reasons for the fall of Rome by analyzing three different perspectives from historians. It is vital that students understand the process of historical interpretation and that historians don’t always agree.
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This is perfect for primary source analysis in any unit on Industrialization and Imperialism or for an economics course. Students will read the selections from Karl Marx and Adam Smith, answer the questions, and complete the APPARTS foldable graphic
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Help your students to better understand the Ancient Romans through primary source analysis. Students will preview essential vocabulary, read “The Twelve Tables,” complete a cloze activity and an APPARTS foldable graphic organizer, and answer
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This is an analysis of two documents from the Enlightenment—John Locke’s Second Treatise on Civil Government and Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence. Here is what you’ll get in this package: -APPARTS Foldable Graphic Organizer and
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Analyzing primary sources is vital to any study of world history, plus the common core requires it. APPARTS is a simple way for students to do it. This includes a copy of the Flood story from Genesis and The Epic of Gilgamesh, a Venn Diagram for
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Students often have a hard time seeing the relevancy of history. The further back we go, the less relevant it can seem. The Current Event Paragraph encourages students to make connections between the past and the present. At the beginning of a
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This source analysis interactive activity is an interactive Google slides resource to share with your students in Google Classroom, Microsoft One Drive, or you can print them, if you’d like. You will get an explanatory PDF with a link to the
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Primary source analysis is the key to historical study. It’s how historians piece together narratives about the past, and it’s imperative to let students in a history course practice. After studying Ancient Mesopotamia, give these handouts to
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This money-saving bundle gets you all of my world history source analysis activities. Have students compare ancient flood stories, see first-hand how juries in Ancient Athens voted, trace the path of the triangular trade, compare the ideas of Adam
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These Google Classroom or One Drive Ancient Mesopotamia primary source analysis activities include a comparison of flood stories and Hammurabi's Code. Students will analyze and respond digitally, so there is no printing and copying for you! You
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Students will research a poet of WWI, analyze a poem he/she wrote, research a battle he/she was involved in, and create a flip book to demonstrate what they learn. Here’s what you get: 1. An Implementation Page 2. QR Code and URL for
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In this package, you get part 3 of My World War 2 Notes: “Victory” along with the cloze notes, and a Manhattan Project Activity--great for STEM. The activity over the Manhattan Project encourages students to “divide and conquer” using a jigsaw
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This package, designed for a unit on The Renaissance and Reformation, asks students to analyze a selection from Machiavelli’s The Prince. Here’s What You Get: 1. Selection from The Prince 2. APPARTS Foldable Graphic Organizer with
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After reading and analyzing FDR’s declaration of War, students will expand the primary source analysis by visiting the Library of Congress’s website and sifting through “Man on the Street” interviews from December of 1941. Here’s What You
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Use these primary source activities to reinforce a lesson on the Cold War. Students will read and analyze Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech and categorize and explain famous quotes from the Cold War. Here’s What You Get: APPARTS “Iron Curtain”
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These Ancient Rome Source Analysis Materials are an interactive Google slides resource to share with your students in Google Classroom, One Drive, or you can print it, if you’d like. Students will click directly on links, type their answers, drag
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have over 15 years of experience teaching middle and high school. I currently teach world history, psychology, and sociology and have taught U.S. history at the high school level. I have taught English/language arts at both the middle and high school levels. In pursuit of my specialist degree, I conducted field research on generative grammar. I have created many units and activities for history, sociology, composition, grammar, and literature that are aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards; however, upon request, I am happy to edit activities to suit individual needs.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I manage a standards-based classroom that is highly structured and routine driven. With that basis, I plan from a "whatever works" strategy that is student-focused, creative, and, above all, engaging. I endeavor to nurture a safe and collaborative atmosphere.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

The letters and visits I get from former students. My biggest ever honor is when they come back and say, "I majored in sociology because of your class." Wow.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2005, ED.S. in Educational Leadership, Samford University 2002, M.ED. in English Education, Georgia State University 2000, B.A. in history and English, Georgia State University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

My husband and I have been married for 15 years and are both educators. We have subjected our ten-year-old son to endless documentaries and trips to museums and libraries for which, we hope, he will someday be grateful. I read and write fiction whenever I can. Stone Mt photo 32_zps6k10qkpa.jpg Connect with me! My Blog Facebook Pinterest Twitter email: leah@leahcleary.com

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