***Revised Product*** This is an interactive viewing guide to the Patriot (starring Mel Gibson). It asks students to complete tasks for specific scenes in the film. Teachers can use the guide to watch the whole film over several days, or only view
**Updated** This Power Point lecture explains the economic and political issues of the 1970s and 1980s. It includes political cartoons, charts, graphs, primary sources, video and additional lecture notes for the teacher. It provides a great
This powerpoint investigates an economic mystery in the late 1800s - Why would farmers in the Populist Movement support monetary policy that caused inflation? The slideshow includes focus questions, charts, key ideas and assessment questions. This
This is a 51 question, comprehensive Unit Exam for the post Civil War Industrial/Imperial Era. It includes 39 questions on the Industrial/Imperial Era and 11 questions on the other periods of US History prior to this era. There is also one Essay
This is a Jeopardy game about the American Revolution for a 9th Grade Honors US History class. Topics include: Causes of the Revolution, Taxes and Acts, Key People, Battles, Theories of Government, and the Bill of Righs/Constitution.
In this simulation, students will hold a press conference of significant individuals from the 1960s and 1970s to discuss the important events and issues of the era. Students work in groups of 4 with defined roles - actors, reporters, press agents
A power point with lecture notes about the New Deal. It includes pictures and documents from the Era. This is a good overview of the programs of the New Deal and how politics changed during the Era. The New Deal Coalition is discussed along with
This power point and lecture discusses how World War II transformed the American Home Front and the American Identity. It discusses government intervention, the ideological side of the war and changes to the way Americans viewed themselves and