Miss Pearl's Powerpoints

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This powerpoint covers the presidency of John Adams and the historical events of the time. Specifically, it describes Adams, the start of the White House, the XYZ Affair, the Alien and Sedition Acts, his difficulties with Thomas Jefferson, the split
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This powerpoint picks up where the last battle of the American Revolution ended. What does baby America do? This powerpoint leads students through the Articles of Confederation and its limits, Shay's Rebellion and then the creation of the
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This powerpoint walks students through the basic amendment process and then proceeds to define each of the Amendments in the Bill of Rights. Specifically it discusses the five freedoms in the First Amendment (along with its limitations) the other
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Jamestown vocabulary words: charter, colony, natural resources, cash crop, burgess, House of Burgesses, representative government, Parliament, Magna Carta and archeology. Jamestown people: John Smith and Pocahontas. This goes well with the Jammin'
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This powerpoint covers the Praying Pilgrims and the Really Praying Puritans, discusses why they came to the New World and the governing document they established. It also discusses the first Thanksgiving and Salem Witch Trials. Enjoy!
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This powerpoint establishes how Europe viewed the New World, the motivation for the Jamestown colony (gold), and the importance of John Smith and Pocahontas. In order to help students understand the motivation of the Jamestown colony (gold) the
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This powerpoint is a great introduction to the events that lead to the start of the American Revolution. It first identifies what is a revolution and then walks the students through the consequences of the French and Indian War, the acts passed by
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This powerpoint identifies not only the key people of the American Revolution, but also those sometimes overlooked in the history books but whose contributions were very important. The people in this powerpoint include: George Washington, John
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This powerpoint discusses Thomas Jefferson's presidency, walking students through the key events such as the Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark Expedition, the Barbary War and the failure of the Embargo Act. Furthermore, it attempts to understand
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This powerpoint walks students through the key events in both the Madison and Monroe presidencies (the causes and events of the War of 1812, the writing of the Star Spangled Banner, the burning of the White House, the Battle of New Orleans, the
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This powerpoint presentation explains the basics of the Constitution and includes a description of the phrases of the Preamble, the three branches of the government and a brief biography of James Madision. A handout accompanies this where students
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Students use the front portion of the postcard to draw a picture about a historical time, place or event. They use the back of the postcard to write a letter explaining what happened. Great way to review.
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Picking up with the consequences of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, this powerpoint discusses the divide in the colonies between the Patriots and Loyalist (breaking down who they were and what they believed), discusses the activities of the
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Graphic organizer used with the notes entitled John Adams - the Good, the Bad, the Ugly.
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Students use this graphic organizer to copy down the slides to accompany the notes The New Republic.
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This powerpoint discusses the elections of both 1824 and 1828 as well as the presidency and legacy of Andrew Jackson as the common man president. Slides cover the spoils system, the kitchen cabinet, the common man in changing America, the
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This powerpoint breaks down the two sides of the American Revolution examing their strengths, weaknesses, goals and strategies for winning the war. Then is walks the students through a timeline of major events and battles (New York, Valley Forge,
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This is a fun powerpoint that asks trivia questions about the presidents and the students respond. Each slide has unique facts as well as engaging information, fun pictures and the last slide has three links to fun youtube clips. The students love
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This powerpoint gives an excellent overview of the major events of 20th Century American History: WWI, WWII, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement, political assassinations, the Cold War, the Vietnam War, etc. Can be used in an American
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Students complete the graphic organizer by filling in the leaves with information about the branch. For example in the executive branch they can write Article II, President, carries out the law, Obama, Bush, FDR, etc.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught all levels of social studies, including college courses. I have taught all kinds of students from all kinds of backgrounds.

MY TEACHING STYLE

These powerpoints were a great tool for lecture, but also discussion and story telling, making history come alive. They pulled the student in and made the complicated less complicated, opening the door for them to understand.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Local school and district awards. My students were often recognized on the state level for their understanding of history, government and civics.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I no longer teach public school, but am working on my phd.

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