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I.C.E. — Introduce, Cite, Explain. An acronym for teaching your students how to properly incorporate citations into their writing. Perfect for English teachers at the middle school or high school level. Print out the poster and hang it up in your room!

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The Using Primary Sources to Meet Common Core State Standards Bulletin Board Set features four charts that can be used as a teaching tool to introduce, review, or reinforce a student’s knowledge of primary sources. Chart One defines primary sources. Chart Two identifies types of primary sources. Chart Three defines secondary sources and gives examples. Chart Four explains how to evaluate primary sources. Aligned with the Literacy in History/Social Studies strand of the English Language Arts ...

3 great and FREE places to find nonfiction articles online! Perfect for 5th - 7th grade :)

Historical Fiction book report

Historical Fiction Book Report Worksheet

This is an excellent worksheet (11 pages) with four fantastic primary sources. Students are asked to explore the complexity of primary sources and ...

Primary Sources - Tracking the "Real Deal" in History

Gameification in the middle school classroom!!! It's like class and a vide game... Score!

To Engage Them All: Leveling Up! My Hand At Gameification

Text Message Generator: Create Book Character or Historic Character Conversations

Text Message Generator: Create Character Conversations

Great final project idea for history classes - make a Superhero from someone they learned about, like Cyborg Stalin!

Historical Superhero History Final Project