This interactive and informative PowerPoint presentation addresses the reform movements of the 1800's: education, prison, abolition, temperance, women's rights. Follwoing each reform slide is a connection to today which will force the students to
This PowerPoint presentation offers up a basic outline of the California Gold Rush and its impact on the nation. Along with two maps to help the kids place the Gold Rush into a geographic context, the slides touch on the start of the Gold Rush,
This Jeopardy(R) style powerpoint review game will help your students prepare for their test on the Reform Movements of the mid 1800s. The board includes the following categories:
The 2nd Great Awakening, Reform Movements, the Abolition Movement,
Have you ever had a tough time trying to explain Transcendentalism to a bunch of high school kids? Not anymore. These colorful, clean, and inspirational note will help you and your students tackle this heady topic. The powerpoint covers the basic
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, Literature
This PowerPoint presentation offers a breakdown of the impact of World War 2 at home. The interactive slides touch on the role of women, families, and the Office of War Information. Thought provoking slides featuring propaganda posters should
This Graphic Organizer chart will help your students sort Reform Movements, Key Figures, causes of movements, as well as the goals and impacts of the movements. The document can be edited to your own liking.
This PowerPoint presentation details the critical Election of 1860 which helped nudge the nation closer to disunion. The slides will lay out the reasons for the fractured parties and votes, provides an electoral map, and presents each of the
This PowerPoint presentation allows you and your students to examine the average day and week of a Lowell Factory Girl during the mid 1800s while comparing it to your students' average day. Plenty of powerful and thought provoking images that
This PowerPoint presentation will help you explain why the South did not industrialize in the first half of the 19th century. The colorful slides and charts will encourage class discussion, questions, and critical thinking. The notes even touch on
This PowerPoint slide provides a simple yet effective graphic organizer detailing the basic arguments for and against the annexation of Texas as well as President Polk's solution.
This could serve as an activator or end of class summary.
This concise, yet informative, slide show will help your students understand just how difficult Washington's presidency was going to be. Included with all of the challenges is an outline of the amzing first cabinet formed to help Washington
This PowerPoint presentation offers a quick breakdown of how the US mobilized for war following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The slides cover the military, the role of women, and American industry (War Production Board and Office of War
this is a study / reading guide designed for use with the Prentice Hall United States History book with Ben Franklin on the cover with the copyright 2009. this provides thorough coverage of the Second Great Awakening, Non Protestant Discrimination,
this is a study guide/ reading guide designed to be used with the Prentice Hall 2009 US History textbook with Ben Franklin on the cover.
provides thorough coverage of the material that you are able to edit to your own liking.
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this is a study / reading guide designed for use with the Prentice Hall 2009 US History textbook with Ben Franklin on the cover. The study guide provides thorough coverage of a slave's life, David Walker, William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass,
This is a study guide/ reading guide designed to be used with the Prentice Hall 2009 US History textbook with Ben Franklin on the cover.
This provides thorough coverage of the political and economic status of women in the early 1800s, the Seneca
This PowerPoint slideshow helps you introduce the Cold War to students by defining the struggle, touching on basic differences between the United States and the Soviet Union, and by looking at "the Iron Curtain" and the Truman Doctrine. The
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, World History
A brief 4 slide presentation that offers the philosophical and religious foundations of the reform movements of the mid 1800s. The slides touch on the "golden rule", the 2nd Great Awakening, Protestant Revivalists and the difference between