Enlightenment Thinkers Webquest
Includes links to internet sites for students to research the major Enlightenment thinkers including their major publications and beliefs.
Montesquieu, Rousseau, Voltaire, Wollstonecraft, Diderot
for World Cultures,
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, World History
Viewing Questions for PBS Documentary Jonestown: The Life and Death of People's Temple
10 Questions spanning the length of the video cataloging the rise of Jim Jones, the People's Temple, and the events at Jonestown in 1978.
by Winston's Whimsies
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, Criminal Justice - Law
In this project, students will select one genocide, Cambodia, Rwanda, Darfur (or others) and create a scrapbook in which they give history of the genocide, trace the eight stages of genocide, and explore themes such as displacement and international
WebQuest exploring Italian Renaissance Art
Comparisons to Middle Ages Art
Characteristics of Italian Renaissance Art
Includes links to various websites for exploration, videos, as well as links to interactive museum "field trips" to the Metropolitan
Social Studies - History, World History, Art History
Viewing Questions for the National Geographic documentary movie, "Inca Mummies: Secrets of the Lost World"
Great for world history study on Mayans, Aztecs, Incans
Covers the structure of Inca lifestyle and introduces the arrival of Europeans to
Social Studies - History, Native Americans, World History
This assignment asks students to write a biographical poem about Peter the Great. A chart and example help to scaffold the process for students as they research Peter the Great's life and legacy. After filling in the chart, the students use what