Mister Harms

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This back to school activity is a must have for any history or social studies class! Start the first day of school, or the first lesson, with “WHY” because students always want to know why? Why am I learning about history? Why do we have to study
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To better understand the basic information within the U.S. Constitution, students will browse through this primary source document and find the main ideas regarding the 7 Articles and 27 Amendments. Included are 17 questions about the articles and
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Oregon Trail here we come! This interactive activity about westward expansion gives students a glimpse of what life was like on the Oregon Trail and it is definitely #oneofmyfavorites! By rolling dice, keeping track of supplies, and following a
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This Current Events Summary is an excellent tool for students to get involved with the news and the current events of the week. A simple writing format helps students find, summarize, and write opinions about current news stories and current
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Make Civics exciting and practical for students using this Legislative Branch, Social Studies Simulation. Students will participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the various stages within the lawmaking
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This primary source lesson will help students better understand one of the most important documents of all time: The Declaration of Independence. After becoming familiar with the Declaration from your textbook or another source, students will be
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The Declaration of Independence was really just a big "break-up" letter written by colonists to the King of Great Britain. This historical document was written to convince the world of the King's abuses and let everyone know that the colonies no
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I am so excited for you and your students to travel the Oregon Trail! With over 140 slides containing historical photos, maps, trail paintings, emigrant journal entries, interactive dice, and informational summaries on each of the 17 trail stops,
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Constitution: The Articles, Primary SourceOverview:This is a great way to study and know the information contained within the United States Constitution. To better understand the layout and information within the United States Constitution, students
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It's the National Anthem! Whether it's social studies, english, or music class, this mini-unit is perfect for any study on the Star Spangled Banner (or the War of 1812). This bundle includes a fun, introductory whole-group PowerPoint-style quiz, a
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Overview Students will create a PowerPoint, video, or project about a President of their choice. This project explains what students must research, and includes a grading rubric for the teacher. Students will research both personal and executive
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The Star Spangled Banner! We sing it every game, what does it really mean? Written by Francis Scott Key during the War of 1812, the lyrics to the U.S. National Anthem will be analyzed and rewritten by students to gain a better understanding of this
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Help your students know all of the States and Capitals of the United States with this huge, MEGA Pack of resources. Crossword puzzle, word search, test blanks, word bank, and so many more options are included in this MEGA Pack! You will even get a
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Ben Franklin: Poor Richard's Almanac Overview: Ben Franklin had many pithy sayings and quotes in his publication entitled Poor Richard's Almanac. Study the wit and wisdom of Ben Franklin by analyzing and explaining 18 different quotes from his
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Overview Can't take your class to Washington DC? This lesson is the solution to getting your students to our Nation's Capital without spending a dime. As tour guides, students will study various attractions and present their findings to the class
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Overview: From adventure, to mystery, to the "starving time," students will enjoy learning even more about historic Jamestown through these 4 content-rich resources. Established in 1607, Jamestown was the first successful English settlement in the
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One of the best videos I have seen in any of my American History classes is National Geographic’s “Lewis and Clark: Great Journey West” narrated by Jeff Bridges. Originally filmed for the IMAX movie theaters, this epic tale is extremely informative
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Thomas Jefferson: Monticello Tour Overview: Have you ever wanted to take your students to Monticello? Now you can with this online, virtual field trip to the home of Thomas Jefferson. Students will need internet access as they take an online tour
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Executive Branch: Introductory Quiz Overview: Enjoy this brief PowerPoint presentation that can be used as a fun introduction to the Executive Branch or the Office of the President. Students will experience 10 multiple choice questions that the
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Studying Industrialization? Learn about the influential inventors and contributors of the Industrial Revolution with these Historical Biography Summaries in both pdf and Google Drive formats. Students will enjoy learning about the past through
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching middle school and high school social studies since the beginning of the millennium (2000). I have taught courses in American History, Economics, Psychology, Government, Ancient World History, Western Civilization, and more.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student engagement. High-quality content. Hands-on activities. Diversified learning. Group collaboration.....This is the goal, but ultimately I desire to make learning fun for my students while helping them become rooted in truth, growing in freedom, and prospering in life!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year - 2009-2010

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I am a fourth generation teacher. My Great-Grandfather taught in a one room school house making $35/month. My Grandmother started in a one room school house then outgrew that to become a lifelong teacher (I even had her as my 3rd grade teacher). Both of my parents were career teachers and now I get to teach another generation of students. I have a degree in History with a licensure in Social Studies Education.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

From the rural plains of Minnesota, I get to teach in the school I grew up going to. I love to learn and teach!

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