This project is a fun project to do with students as they explore the immigration to the US at the turn of the century. Students conduct research into particular groups of people who came over during that time. They write a paper about that group
Students will utilize research techniques to create a museum exhibit suitable for elementary students. While this tool focuses on European countries, it could easily be adapted for any area of the world or other content areas.
Cross-curricular project between English and US History class. We viewed Singin' in the Rain together in class during our unit on the Roaring 20s. During the movie students jotted down notes for changes they saw that happened as depicted in the
Students will be able to explore local cemeteries and research gravestones. This project provides a unique opportunity for students to learn about their community's history as well as learning to use research techniques.
This project can be adapted for multiple subject areas. The idea is to get the students to think about a particular subject and utilize a question and answer format to reveal information about their topic. In this project, students research former
Students use a debate format to challenge presidential policies. This project is an excellent way to teach about political policies and their longevity as well as how propaganda techniques are used in campaigns. Once groups are established, set up