This worksheet accompanies the Discovery Education "Salem Witch Trials: The World Behind the Hysteria" webquest (http://school.discoveryeducation.com/schooladventures/salemwitchtrials/). By answering the questions, students are guided through the
Think-Tac-Toe activity board. Students select activities that interest them to demonstrate their knowledge of the Jefferson Era. Activities include: mapping routes, creating an advertisement, writing a newspaper article, delivering a speech,
In this activity, students work in small groups to learn about Thomas Jefferson's life, presidency, and achievements through the creation of a timeline, poster, and investigation of his epitaph. tpapandr
Think-Tac-Toe activity board. Students select activities that interest them to demonstrate their knowledge of the American Revolution. Activities include: journaling, writing a speech, compare/contrast, advertisement design, creating an informative
Students are assessed on their knowledge of the War of 1812 by prompting them to free-write. Students will demonstrate their knowledge of key places, events, and people, while drawing connections between cause and effect. This assessment can easily
Think-Tac-Toe activity board. Students select activities that interest them to demonstrate their knowledge of Manifest Destiny. Topics covered: language, geography, Battle of the Alamo, Gold Rush, settlement of Texas, tools and inventions,
Students are prompted to create a newscast about key events and people from each of the four regions of our nation's original 13 colonies. A grading rubric is included and this activity can easily be modified to fit the needs of your students or
Students will use available resources to investigate the causes, effects, and key figures in the War of 1812. The questions posed on this worksheet will guide them through their investigation and help bring focus to key concepts and ideas.
This worksheet corresponds with the McDougal Littell "Classzone" website's Animated History for the Revolutionary War. Students actively listen and further explore the battle formations, uniforms, and supplies of both armies, using the questions to
A list of eight activities and descriptions that can be used for extra credit. The activities are created so that they are applicable to various topics, and is most useful in the social studies classroom. Activities can, however, be easily modified
This worksheet aids students in organizing the causes of the American Civil War and can serve as a study guide/tool.
Slavery, states' rights, economies of the North and the South, extension of slavery, abolitionists, addition of
This activity asks students to critically evaluate the various acts imposed by the British prior to the American Revolutionary War. Students will create a poster protesting an act, and use the questions posed on the worksheet to analyze their point