Lessons for US History

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  • Outfitting a World War I soldier: Teaching US history with primary sources - Outfitting a World War I soldier: Teaching US history with primary sources What do soldiers wear? Students will say … as an integrated project), 10th grade English, or 11th grade US History. This lesson uses the NCEcho portal to access the material … . Related topics Learn more about American history, North Carolina, North Carolina history, World War I, artifacts, history, oral histories, social studies, soldiers, and weapons …
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  • For the Record - … States Constitution and Declaration of Independence have special significance in US history and have been carefully preserved, other cultures have important items … U.S. Constitution is a primary source that can teach us about history. What is a primary source? What other primary sources … Standard 16- Understands the scientific enterprise. Benchmarks: Knows that throughout history, diverse cultures have developed scientific ideas and solved human problems …
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  • Campaign 2004: Classroom Electorate - … Electorate High School: Grades 9-12 Subjects: Social Studies, Government, US History, Civics Keywords: Electoral College, swing/battleground states, political forecasting, campaigning … on the following themes: electoral votes, issues, key groups, voting history, and demographic breakdown. Use the following example as a simplified … . What makes this one of the closest presidential elections in US History? What other elections in the past have presented a similar …
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  • What are we Taught? - … : 8-10 Subject and California State Standards met: Social Studies, History, Geography Overview: This lesson will compare a specific historical event … there such differing accounts of the same event in history? Whose perspective is US history often written from, and why? Why might a … has the power to write the history books (and math, science, and English books). In the US the white male perspective is …
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  • Campaign 2004: Classroom Electorate - … Reading High School: Grades 9-12 Subjects: Social Studies, Government, US History, Civics Keywords: Electoral College, swing/battleground states, political forecasting, campaigning … on the following themes: electoral votes, issues, key groups, voting history, and demographic breakdown. Use the following example as a simplified … ? What makes this one of the closest presidential elections in US History? What other elections in the past have presented a similar …
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  • Voices Through Time:Character and Characteristics of The Kansas-Missouri Border War - … Subjects - Computers / Internet Grade Level - 11-12 AP-Upper Level US History Note from LessonPlanPage.com: This lesson plan relies heavily on … provide "unique ingredients and various spices" giving unique flavors to history. History does not occur in a vacuum. No two people react … history, world history, and Connecticut and local history. Demonstrate an under-standing of major events and trends in world history, United States and local history
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  • Lexington, Concord and Cont Congress (1) - … Date: June 21, 2007 Period: 1 Subject: 8th grade American History Materials: paper, pen, overhead, textbook, notes from class, transparencies, vis … Studies US History to 1877 1.c; 2.b; 5.b) *TSW identify the first battles of the Revolutionary War. (Social Studies US History to 1877 1.c) *TSW examine contemporary song lyrics as primary source documents. (Social Studies US History to 1877 1 …
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  • Introduction: Rules, Consequences, etc by MG 2008 - … , Parent contact number (cell), Extra curriculars, Did you pass the US History state test, One thing that people don't know about … rewards (Social Studies US History from 1877 5d; DOK 1) *TSW analyze and examine classroom expectations. (Social Studies US History from 1877 5d; DOK … period, we are going to assess your current knowledge of US History and set a baseline for the classroom content. Assessment/Evaluation …
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  • Teaching Critical Thinking: the Believing Game & the Doubting Game - … : High School Topic: Teaching Strategies Description: These two processes offer us an opportunity to think rigorously without polarization and to embrace … , are, though, and we need them." The scene is a history classroom. The subject is Thoreau's essay, "Civil Disobedience," written … you regard as unjust? Or perhaps: At one time in US history it was against the law to harbor a fugitive slave … questions. The subject may be an issue discussed in a history text, a bill being debated in Congress, any controversial issue …
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  • The Manhattan Project - The Manhattan Project (NCSS8) I. General Information Subject: Unit: Lesson: US History World War II The Manhattan Project Teacher: Sarah Hendren Grade … to nuclear arms had at this early juncture in scientific history. (This is seen in the worksheet as Einstein’s letter … in class.) VIII. Standards of Learning Virginia and United States History SOL: 11 Skills VUS.1 The student will demonstrate skills …
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