Because you can never have too many map skills in today's day and age. I always go over these kinds of map in all of my classes. A simple foldable to start the year and refresh memories on different types of maps.
A brief review to use at the beginning of the year, if your US History starts at Reconstruction, or as a review for your Civil War unit. It is brief, so it does not contain all people, events or terms. I use it with my high school classes as a
Notes for Oklahoma History over the Five Tribes in the Southeast United States before the Indian Removal Act. This is a brief overview. It is not intended to be a comprehensive understanding of all the tribes.
Basic Vocabulary for an interactive Social Studies unit on the the French and Indian War. I use this as review with my 8th graders...they will have gone over this in 5th grade.Glue the one side to your interactive notebooks, hotdog fold it, and cut
Download will contain an editable copy of the items I use in the beginning of my interactive notebooks. This download contains a page on general interactive notebook guidelines, how to do Cornell Notes, and an all about me page for high schoolers.
A power point that I use as an introduction to Oklahoma for my Oklahoma History Class. Speaker notes are included. This one is over climate and geography. I have another one that goes into detail on the land forms/land areas of Oklahoma
To introduce students to artists of the Impressionistic Movement. Students are given a worksheet to fill in on 7 different artists. QR codes are provided to short biographies on artists, and a page with their most famous works. A spot is left on