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United States Imperialism- American Imperialism Map Lesson United States Imperialism Unit must begin with a visual! Before students can critically think about concepts, they must be about to geographically locate the territories that America
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Comparing Economic Systems is a unique lesson. It offers solid content with primary source materials, student brainstorming, class discussion, graphic organized notes, and analyzing video clips. Students enjoy this lesson because it so relevant
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Industrial Revolution- Great Industrialist Research and Present! Students immerse themselves in the Industrial Revolution with this lesson. Students research a Great Industrialist who built America. The activity involves thought provoking
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In order to introduce the topic of Industrial Revolution use a student brainstorm lesson. Students will "add on" to the picture and figure out what items a country needs in order to build a large-scale factory system. A teacher guide is included
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This is a popular lesson whereby it creates energy and excitement in the classroom. This is a great lesson to introduce a seemingly simple concept of "why are factories important"? In doing so, students discover the power structure of 1st world
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An important part of Industrial Revolution is obtaining natural resources in order to make a product in a factory. First, students will complete the Map of America using the instructions on the student worksheet. Students will discover how America’s
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First Day of School Materials- Welcome back to school! Introduction to the new school year made easier with First Day printables. The documents can be edited to suit your classroom. Also, each can be distributed to students, parents and displayed on
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Industrial Revolution- Two Industrial Revolutions There are two Industrial Revolutions! Introduce American Industrial Revolution by laying a quick foundation for students showing that England was the first to create a large-scale factory and trade
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Industrial Revolution- Rise of the Corporation Add to the Picture Activity This is a great activity that taps into the creativity of students! First, students master terms related to the rise of a corporation by using the Student Worksheet. Using
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Industrial Revolution- American Inventions Inventions are an important aspect of Industrial Revolution. Students complete a mini research investigation into the technology that enabled the building of American factories and trade system. A Teacher
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Industrial Revolution Unit- Weekly Lesson Plan Teaching made easy! Plan your daily lessons by following this clear Industrial Revolution Unit Plan. This plan can save you time and effort trying to manage an entire unit. It is designed to include
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Industrial Revolution Unit Bundle! **2 week , 12 lessons **Common Core ** Time Period 1865- 1900 **Use the Weekly Lesson Plan to make life easier! It organizes daily lessons and provides time-pacing. This bundle is creative content! It is
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United States Imperialism- Create an Empire Activity! This is a great brainstorming lesson! Arrange students in groups and let them discover the concept of imperialism on their own! The activity engages students because they can use creativity,
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United States Imperialism- General Reasons Why Nations Imperialize PowerPoint This is an important lesson to introduce a pattern of imperialism. This lesson is helpful in understanding a basic concept that belies imperialism. Students discover
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United States Imperialism- Why is America Interested in Foreign Territories? A great organizational tool for students! This is America’s first large-scale entrance onto the world scene of Imperialism 1860 – 1917. Students are given a chart of
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United States Imperialism- America Moves from Isolation to Imperialism Post 1890s This is creative content! Students learn visually while the Teacher Guide provides solid content in a simplistic manner. America operated in an isolated capacity
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United States Imperialism- Spanish-American War This is a popular lesson because of great visuals with solid content! It is a mini bundle with 4 days of material. Day 1: Establish an image of a young American nation with little international
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United States Imperialism- American Possessions: What to do with New Territories? At the turn of the 19th century, America found itself in possession of new territories around the world! What does America do with them? Using the American
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Imperialism: How America Acquired Territories 1965 - 1914 From the period 1865 to 1914 America built an empire! This lesson analyzes HOW America acquired these territories. What strategies did America use? This is a quick glance PowerPoint that
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Historical Immigration Timeline- The focal point of this lesson is immigration during Industrial Revolution in America. A historical timeline from Colonial Settlement 1607 to World War II is examined to introduce the big picture of migration to
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***I have twenty years of experience teaching high school American History. With a recent addition to the high school curriculum, I have taught Advanced Placement United States History for five years. ***I have also taught a plethora of high school courses: Government, Psychology, World History.

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