Engage your students as archaeologists and anthropologists!
In pairs or small groups, students examine artifacts from six tribes indigenous to North America. (Iroquois, Navajo, Sioux, Nex Perce, Seminole, Kwakiutl) Once students make observations
Syncs with History Channel's 2005 documentary on the French Revolution (available on Amazon, YouTube)
Multiple options in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
30 questions, completely editable. Includes teacher breakdown if using multiple YouTube clips
Use as review or to introduce new information!
Students will learn/review the causes and consequences of Columbian Exchange.
Includes graphic organizer for students
Uses Crash Course World History to examine the four major impacts. Link to video
A quick lesson on early humans and the order in which they evolved and developed. Students use skills of observation and informed guesses to figure out order. Guided powerpoint with information on each ancestor.
Great as an exit ticket or tool for short summaries - have kids Tweet about historical events, people, and documents!
Can be used as exit tickets, printed as post-it notes, or pinned on a bulletin board. A quick and easy way to see if kids can
Great way to start a world history course that includes religion, or a mini-unit on religion in general.
Reviews purpose of religion, basic beliefs of five major world religions, and graphic organizer to help students.
Socratic method - allows