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This bundle is a complete Unit for the American Revolution- from the French and Indian War, events that led to the colonists seeking independence, and the Revolution. It includes detailed lesson plans with sources as well as questions for gaining
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The purpose of this lesson is to analyze political, social, and economic factors that led to westward expansion from 1800-1850. Students will investigate Manifest Destiny and the Oregon Trail. It also contains an activity with the famous John Gast
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The purpose of this lesson is to analyze political, social, and economic factors that led to westward expansion from 1800-1850 and Manifest Destiny. Students will investigate events the led to Florida and Texas becoming states in The United States
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The purpose of this lesson is to describe the key events and ideas which led to the Civil War. Students will investigate the Missouri Compromise, The Compromise or 1850, and Fugitive Slave Act. Students will review the parts of each compromise by
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The purpose of this lesson is to investigate the causes of the American Revolution. Students will examine social, economic, and political impacts of British colonial policies in the American colonies. Then they will explain how the policies altered
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Students will examine primary and secondary source documents to establish an understanding of America’s fight for independence against Great Britain. Common Sense by Thomas Paine and the Declaration of Independence are a couple of the primary
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Students will examine primary and secondary source documents to establish an understanding of America’s fight for independence against Great Britain. Students will examine the advantages and disadvantages of the British and Americans in the American
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The purpose of the lesson is to explore the life in the Paleolithic Era. As humans migrated around the world, they learned to adapt to new environments. People migrated out of Africa as the earth’s climates changed. Students will explore reasons for
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This is an engaging lesson that will encourage student discussion. Included is a scripted lesson plan, seven sources (primary and secondary sources), and questions. Some questions are simple recall questions, since the purpose of the lesson is to
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The purpose of this lesson is to analyze political, social, and economic factors that led to Westward Expansion from 1800-1850. Students will investigate the causes of the Mexican-American War, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexican Cession, and
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The purpose of this lesson is to describe the key events and ideas which led to the Civil War. Students will investigate the Kansas-Nebraska Act, Dred Scott Decision, and the Election of 1860. They will describe how these events contributed to the
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The purpose of this lesson is to describe the key events and ideas which led to the Civil War. Students will investigate the secession of the Confederate States of America, Abraham Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address, and Fort Sumter. They will
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The purpose of this lesson is to investigate the key battles in the early years of the Civil War and how they contributed to the outcome. It will also examine the Emancipation Proclamation. Students will write an editorial to explain the state of
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The purpose of this lesson is to investigate the key battles in the final stages of the Civil War and how they contributed to the outcome. It will also examine the Gettysburg Address and Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address. This lesson will also
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The purpose of this lesson is to investigate the French and Indian War and how it contributed to the strained relationship between the colonies and Great Britain which led to the American Revolution. Students will analyze the geographical features
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The purpose of this lesson is to investigate the causes of the American Revolution. Students will examine social, economic, and political impacts of British colonial policies in the American colonies. Then they will explain how the policies altered
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The purpose of this lesson is to investigate the causes of the American Revolution. Students will examine social, economic, and political impacts of British colonial policies in the American colonies. Students will examine the Boston Massacre, Tea
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The purpose of the lesson is to investigate the events that led to the Americans declaring war against the British for their independence. The lesson will examine the First Continental Congress, Battle of Lexington and Concord, Fort Ticonderoga, and
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Students will read and study five primary/secondary sources about the American Revolution. Sources will be used to write a well-organized response to an extended response writing prompt. Students will use evidence from the sources and support their
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The purpose of this lesson is to analyze primary and secondary sources to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation. Students will investigate different perspectives on the Articles of Confederation to understand its
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for twenty years. Previously, I have taught kindergarten, first, and second grade, but currently I am a middle school teacher. For the past five years, I have been teaching American History and World History.

MY TEACHING STYLE

As a teacher, I am a facilitator who engages students in uncovering the past. In my classroom, my students learn history through literacy. They work in partners and discuss with each other throughout the entire lesson while I monitor and check for understanding. My aim is for all students to be engaged at all times throughout the lesson through constant discussions and interactions.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year 2003 Teacher of the Year 2016

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Certified 1-8 Certified Early Childhood Highly Qualified Social Studies and ELA

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am at a Blue Ribbon School.

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