I use this activity after teaching about U.S. foreign policy in the years leading up to WWII. Students analyze political cartoons made by Dr. Seuss on the policies of isolationism and appeasement.
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Blank map of the world with a zoomed in portion of Europe. Students are instructed to label countries and color coordinate Allies and Axis powers paired with an internet source or pages from your textbook.
My students really enjoy this activity! After learning about the Robber Barons in the Gilded Age Unit, students can decide whether Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, or Carnegie are "heroes" or "villains" based on their achievements and contributions. This is
My students really enjoyed this activity. I use this activity in my Executive Branch unit! Learning about the line of succession can be a little dry, but this puzzle gives students the opportunity to work with the information in an engaging and
My students love doing activities in class to get away from the same routines! This is an activity that demonstrates social mobility in Hinduism of Ancient India vs. Social Mobility in the United States. Includes instructions for students as well as
In this assignment, students will read a modified excerpt of Buddhist scripture describing the founding of Buddhism and transformation of Prince Siddhartha Gotama into the Buddha. Students then produce a creative storyboard based on the
This is a primary source excerpt of the speech by Andrew Jackson called 'On Indian Removal' that I use in my Westward Expansion unit. Students read through the excerpt either together or for homework, with instructions to annotate in the blank space