This is a resource that has various short quotations about the nature of immigration in America in the 18-1900s. (Included, for example, is "The New Colossus" and an excerpt from "How the Other Half Lives"
This is a note-taking chart that has students first take notes on the progressive reforms made by each presidents. Students then answer a series of analysis questions and decide who was more progressive.
This summative project has students write a series of journal entries about life during WWII from the perspective of someone living at the time. Students are allowed to chose from one of many different possible perspectives. This file also contains
This is a DBQ looking at the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan. Students analyze the arguments for and against dropping the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and take on the role of Truman's advisor in deciding what to do.
This is an assignment created for my AP European History class. This assignment has students read a novel/novella from the Belle Epoque period. It also forces them to work on making their points in a concise fashion.